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Nickelodeon Creeps and Graffiti Tower Dreams

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Cubanos Pa’lante founder Marley Pulido on Cuba’s latest protests, artist CJ Conde wants L.A.’s graffiti tower turned into a gallery, actor Laith Ashley opens up about anti-trans legislation and Jean hits the streets to find a real Bad Bunny fan.
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Yeah. What's up guys?
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Welcome back to Lincoln Bio.
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I'm Gene and I'm Jenny and we got a packed episode for
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you guys today. Elon is in a K hole.
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Can't get out. Dan Snyder has ruined our childhood sick bastard
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Incest is happening way more than we think.
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Stop DM and your cousins Nyc Mansion squatter battle tenants have all
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the rights. Plus we got what's happening in Cuba with Marley
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Polito, hate crimes with Lathe Ashley and graffiti skyscraper with CJ
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Conde. Have you seen it?
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I need to go.
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Let's get into it,
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Jenny. I know you've been watching the news.
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You seen what's up with Nickelodeon and all that drama from back
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in the day? From Nickelodeon?
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Oh my gosh, dude.
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It's, it's crazy what that was,
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what was going on behind all the cartoons and the,
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the shows like all that and stuff.
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So now the documentary Quiet on set is exposing the executive
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Dan Snyder. Have you seen Dan Schneider before?
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Are you familiar with him?
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Yes. And I always knew that guy was off.
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Did you leave your kid alone with Dan?
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No, he looks like somebody that walks around with like mustard
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and ketchup stains all over his shirt all day long.
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So on set, Jenny Snyder was toxic as hell.
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He wrote inappropriate jokes and mind you,
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this is all for kids.
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Yeah. So like he's writing these jokes and,
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and these scenes with like kids in mind and like,
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why are you sliming somebody's face like that?
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She's like 12 years old.
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I would never look at slime the same way again,
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1000% even their logo is questionable now like bastard.
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So Drake Bell, a popular actor came forward in,
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in episode three of the documentary and he confirmed that he was
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a John Doe in a sexual assault case that he was
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you know, sexually assaulted by a acting coach hired by Nickelodeon
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and guess what you would think that they would have caught on
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and like fired him.
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No, my man went and got another job at Disney after
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he got caught up in Nickelodeon.
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So these dudes are,
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I don't understand, man,
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getting more horrible than felons like what the fuck.
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And yesterday Snyder came out with a statement finally after years of
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this, you know,
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of this behavior, he basically said,
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yeah, I did that shit.
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My bad. That's exactly what he said.
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I'm not in those words but like that's how that's the vibe
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you gave off. Like my bad.
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Like my bad, your ass should be in jail,
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bro. Like it's like the trauma that he caused all those
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kids that. I mean,
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he's stressed though. He's lost like what you say like £10.15
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pounds in yo, £20.
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Damn sick. I'm like we still know you,
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bro, you could grow all the beard you want.
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Like still know it.
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You dad. Nice.
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Try, stop looking at y'all primas like that.
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She's family, man.
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Stop DM me, stop forwarding her pictures to your boys.
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That's your little cousin.
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The latest data suggest that incest occurs in about what in one
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in 7000 people in the United Kingdom,
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one genetic genealogist says she knows over 1000 cases,
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guys, over 1000 cases of incest,
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these people were born to parents who are first degree relatives.
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So like a brother and sister or parent and child.
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And contrary to popular belief,
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many are born healthy.
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So a lot of these cases,
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I think you know,
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there has to have been some form of sexual abuse.
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So yeah, it's family tree is short as hell.
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Just one branch. Yeah.
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Like mom, dad,
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his brothers and sisters.
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That's my grandma and dad and grandma.
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Yeah. And I have a few cases in my family too
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some people have found out the truth after doing
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ancestor DNA and 23 and me tests which connect you to your
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biological parents. So imagine doing that like with your partner
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and being like, oh shit,
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we're primos oh my God,
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like the telenovelas. But it's crazy because even in my
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family, I mean,
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it's not like, like brother and sister or nothing like that
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But it's, it's like primos,
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you know, and it's like,
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like primas and primos and,
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you know, they've got married and,
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and it's like, so it could,
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it's either our second primos.
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There was one case,
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there was one case where they were first.
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That's was the baby born with the tail.
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No, they were good.
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They were good. But it,
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I mean it happens especially in the Latino family is like next
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story guys, Johnny,
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you drive a Tesla,
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right? I got some cheese smack on line.
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You're familiar with Elon,
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right? So apparently in an interview he admitted to using Ketamine
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Exactly. Right.
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That explains the cyber truck design.
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So Lan says that he it's prescribed by an actual real doctor
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and that he uses it every other week to treat a depression
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to get out of a negative frame of mind.
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Wait, so you can get a one,
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you could get a prescription of ketamine and two.
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That's a horse tranquilizer.
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I mean, Lan is like a billionaire you in he probably
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paid the doc the doctor for that prescription.
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Yeah, he says it's good for the Tesla investors.
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He's building value for investors and he's taking something he should keep
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taking it. So he's basically saying like it's working for me
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shut up and let me do my job because I need
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this or I will go crazy.
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Tesla and spacex executives were concerned about his drug use
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and saw the stock owners because that shit is going down and
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you know, I don't know if you've seen his comments
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on Twitter, I can't call it X I don't know why
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I just can't. But yeah,
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so maybe his Ketamine news can explain his insults about black
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pilots and all this other shit.
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He's rambling about all the time.
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But like what is Ketamine?
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What does it do to you like when you take it?
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Like why, what,
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what is it like?
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So it's like an hallucinogen,
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you know, like it's some shit that they give to horses
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So what do you think that shit is gonna do Jenny
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It's gonna fry you.
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Does it make you like does it make you like just I
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mean, I've never done it but you see the Elon's face
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he don't look normal when he,
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he's off the cage and he has no equipment to get out
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Not even the cyber truck you get out of that ho
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who? Let's move on Jenny?
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You're familiar with squatters,
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right? Yes. Isn't,
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isn't that when people move in somewhere?
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And they just kind of just don't pay rent,
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they just literally squat there.
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They squat. So a New York City woman was arrested trying
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to kick out squatters from her own family home.
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Crazy, right? She was arrested,
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she was arrested. So she inherited her parents home in Queens
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That's valued at a million dollars.
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And in February 2 squatters moved in before she could sell the
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home. And now they've taken over the house.
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So they just went in and just squat like she didn't even
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rent it out to anybody.
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And then they just stopped paying rent.
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It's just, they just,
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they just took over.
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So I, I believe like last week she had a,
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a news team reporting on the squatters at her home and she
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called the NYPD on them and on film,
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you see them take the squatters out,
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remove them. Everything's all peaceful.
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Then she goes and changes the locks to the house and that's
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where she fucked up because in New York City squatters have tenant
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rights after 30 days.
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So it's illegal for homeowners to change the locks on them,
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turn off utilities and remove their belongings.
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So she got locked up for changing the locks to her own
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house and it could take up to a year to fight it
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in court. So the alleged squatter is saying he is renting
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the home, but the homeowner denies this and is fearful that
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they're going to get away with stealing her home.
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D damn these squatter rights man that your parents home or like
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I know like you grew up there,
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like you imagine growing up there and then the sentimental value there
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I mean, what would you do to a squatter?
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Well, I would throw a Mexican party every weekend at that
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house Mexican parties. Now the Paredes Reginan like,
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dude, I'm not gonna like,
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they're gonna leave after that.
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You know, I'll be like,
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that's the house guys.
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Pull up, pull up flyers everywhere.
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Squat party. Let's squat together.
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Fuck it. So what would you guys do if you guys
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were dealing with squatters at your family home?
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Second amendment. No.
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Transition to the next story.
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So what's happening in Cuba?
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To help us understand.
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Here's one of the founders of Cubanos Palante Marli Polio.
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Hey, what's up,
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Marley? Hi, welcome,
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welcome. So how are people's daily lives affected by the recent
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long power outages in Cuba?
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This is a very sad situation.
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We're seeing people demand freedom,
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food and power outages in like the same sentence.
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power outages are not new growing up in the nineties,
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we would spend many hours of the day without electricity.
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But the economic crisis right now is worsening because the way
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we're governing ourselves, like living in dictatorship with the centralized economy
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we're made to rely solely on the government to meet our
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basic needs. So what happens on the island is that
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power outages don't hit everybody the same way.
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Power outages know what zip code not to hit out and,
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and how are families and communities dealing with the shortage of food
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in Cuba? This is equally sad because as I said
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we're made to rely on the government,
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but we're also made to rely on the government to stay fed
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We're made to rely on them to eat rice and
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beans and a fried egg.
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So when we see people in power,
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the government, the families running the country,
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they are unable to provide,
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we can't even have a healthy breakfast or a healthy lunch.
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Just like with electricity.
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Food knows with zip code to just like disappear from and
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some neighborhoods are, some are more of a food desert than
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others. It's a really weird situation that we're seeing right
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now because the crisis just doesn't seem to end.
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And what we are also seeing with the government is that they
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know there's a crisis,
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they know people are not happy.
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So they're just introducing in a very like neo liberal capitalism
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way introducing austerity measures like raising prices of food,
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raising prices of transportation,
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raising prices of electricity.
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So people are unable to pay at the current prices.
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There's no food, there's no electricity and prices are going up
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It's bonkers Esan organ like they're like drowning and instead of
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like helping them, they're like throwing more water,
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you know, and how are Cuban citizens helping each other during
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these tough times? This is a very tricky question.
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I'm a historian and sometimes I wish people would learn about more
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horizontal ways and people center ways to help each other.
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We've done it before and our history,
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mutual aid societies were crucial to poor neighborhoods and poor communities before
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1959. But right now,
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as you said, people feel like they're drowning.
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So it's even difficult to think about your neighbor.
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So, are there any ideas being talked about to help fix
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the crisis? I think before thinking about the ideas,
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I wanna say that this crisis is not new.
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We saw the largest protest that I had ever seen in 2021
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and there's still over 1000 political prisoners from those protests.
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People were demanding the same things or it's not just the economy
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And until we get rid of the current political system,
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until we get rid of the dictatorship or this like very centralized
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way of running the economy,
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we're not gonna be able to build the economic system that works
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for all of us.
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People are tired of the government,
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they're tired living in fear,
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they're tired of being over policed and silenced.
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And today for the first time I saw someone post,
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it was kind of like a serious post thinking about what would
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transitioning to something else look like because this is not working for
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us. And in a different political system,
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these people in power will be removed from power.
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But on the island where we have a centralized economy and a
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centralized political way of running the country,
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a dictatorship, it's difficult to remove people from power and find
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different ways and experiment.
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I'm also seeing people talk about the right that we don't
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necessarily have constitutionally but the right to peaceful protest.
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So I'm seeing an awakening of the political consciousness of folks on
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the island and it's beautiful to see even when we're in a
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really terrible crisis. Yeah,
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the unity of the people and I hope they get their points
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across and hopefully that there's change soon in Cuba.
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Well, thank you so much Marley.
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We really appreciate you coming on and,
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and speaking more of this huge issues that are going on in
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Cuba. How can people follow you and Cubans Palante?
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What's the social handles that you guys have?
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Yeah, you can follow us at Cuan Palante on Instagram and
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Twitter. We're one of the organizations trying to truly mobilize
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Cubans across the United States.
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So yeah, Palos A Cu Palante.
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Thank you so much.
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Thank you so much Marley,
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bullying and attacks against LGBT Q kids are up across the country
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Experts say it's coming from politics with laws going after trans
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kids and adults. Well,
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today we have artist Lathe Ashley to talk about his experience.
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Hi Lee. Hey,
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how are you? Thank you for having yourself.
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I'm doing well. I'm you know,
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trying to do the best I can with like what like
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Mariah Carey said with what I got.
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There you go. Same on this end.
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So we wanted to talk to you about what's going on
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The Washington Post found that hate crimes against LGBT Q
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have quadrupled in high schools,
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does this sound familiar?
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It's not surprising at all.
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If you look at,
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you mentioned politics,
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if you look at what a lot of politicians are saying about
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the trans community, of course,
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it's going to incite violence.
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I think that parents want the best for their Children.
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But when they're constantly being bombarded with a negative commentary about
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trans people in the trans community and the safety of their Children
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which is, which was what they're saying is a,
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is a complete lie.
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It's going to incite violence,
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it's going to make it so that our visibility is it
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becomes kind of a catch 22 where we're told,
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for example, if I'm doing an interview or if I'm being
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called to do something for the trans community,
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for example, for trans state visibility,
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that's at the end of this month,
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you're told you you're brave,
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you're resilient for being visible for being who I am.
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But we've always been here.
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It's our erasure that's made us have to be visible in
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the first place and then it causes,
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it's kind of a ripple effect.
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It causes trans people being more visible to lead to violence against
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us with no institutional support and nothing to protect us.
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Have, have you felt that getting worse recently?
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I mean, look at all the bills that are,
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are, are attempting,
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they're attempting to pass over 400 anti trans bills,
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which again initially started with protecting the kids.
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but it's now moved into blocking trans adults from accessing health
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care. So it was always about moving an already marginalized group
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further into invisibility if you will to ostracize us to keep us
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from existing within the social realm.
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What do you think it will take to for things to get
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better? I have no idea,
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to be honest. I mean,
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the internet has done so much for us.
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We're able to have this conversation right now.
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We're able to post our ideas and our thoughts on social media
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But I don't,
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I don't think that social media is going to be the thing
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that brings people together.
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I think that having real personal conversations is the only
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way where people can see each other's humanity.
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And I know we've been throwing those words around,
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throwing around humanity, dignity,
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nuance, empathy, togetherness.
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And I don't think a lot of people actually understand what
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those words mean because it may start that way,
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but I don't think anyone is really listening to each other and
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what ends up happening is bickering again,
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online violence, anger resentment,
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and that's what we're seeing now manifest in real life.
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And I mean, what would you say to the kids in
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school? Dealing with the bullying?
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I don't know if you want me to say what I would
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say to them. I mean,
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look, I'm Dominican my mother taught me like to stand up
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for myself. And I know that everyone is different and I
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know that depending on where you are in the world,
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you're not going to have the same resources or the,
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or the ability to do.
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So, especially in a school.
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like next Benedict's school where as we saw that no support
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And even the the politicians there saying that we there was
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no remorse, There was no empathy for this child's life
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that was lost. It was just like,
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oh we have to get rid of this gross thing that's happening
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in our society. So I don't have the answers.
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I just hope that people really open their eyes and see like
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these are, these are people,
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they have families that care about them.
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Is there anything your mom would tell you to tell these bullies
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Like I'm Dominican as well.
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So you already know my mom,
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my mom would mama said knock you out.
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But a again,
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again, not everyone has the capacity to do to do to
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do that. So I'm I'm speaking,
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this is what for myself.
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I didn't stand for bullying.
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In fact, anyone would try to bully me.
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I would stand up,
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stand up to myself and they would back off and I would
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usually be the one defending any other kids that were getting
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that were getting bullied for being different.
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I've always, I don't like injustice.
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I don't like when,
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a group attacks a smaller minority or a group that's,
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or a person and an individual that's,
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that doesn't have a way to defend themselves.
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I don't like injustice on a macro level.
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It kind of, it can weigh on you and it makes
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you sick and you,
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you, you wonder how do we get here and how do
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we move forward?,
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I think ultimately, if there's going to be any change,
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we have to move past the binary systems that we live in
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and really take time to listen and get to know one another
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Like I said before,
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ultimately, what I'm saying is to care about people and try
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to have an understanding that's like bigger,
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see the bigger picture,
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not just, you know,
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here people put blinders on and they're like,
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these are my beliefs and I'm not changing my beliefs and I'm
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just like everything is changeable,
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things are constantly changing.
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They say change is the only constant.
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So when you discover something new,
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it's ok to change your mind and you're going to continue to
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discover something new because that is life.
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I wish for the best.
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I want people to be able to live and be themselves to
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make, you can make mistakes and then learn from them.
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That's again, that's the beauty of being here and being
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alive. I agree 100%.
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We just want to thank you so much for your time for
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speaking with us. I know,
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you're exhausted. So it really means I wish I almost was
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like I rolled out of bed.
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I was like, oh my,
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I have to get cute for this and I'm like,
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you look great. You look great.
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Well, before we go,
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we wanted to ask,
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is there anything big coming up?
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And where can people follow you so you can follow me
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on, you know,
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all social media platforms at Lathe underscore Ashley.
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and things coming up.
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I don't know if I'm supposed to talk about this yet,
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but I'm going to say it anyway.
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I'm the thing,
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the project that I'm working on here in Atlanta is called
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Wicked City. There,
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we're filming season three right now.
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So I'm one of the new cast members,
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which is really exciting.
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It's it's kind of kind of witches in,
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in Atlanta, in the Atlanta area and kind of how they
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they it's almost,
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I hate to say this but it's like they say it's like
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a black charmed. But yeah,
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I, I don't want to give too much away.
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It's on, it's on the all black network and yeah,
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the cast has been amazing.
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The crew has been so cool.
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It's been a lot of work,
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but I think it will be,
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it will be worth it.
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Oh, yeah, I'm so excited for that.
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That's awesome. That's so cool.
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Congrats on that. Leit.
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Appreciate it. Thank you so much.
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We appreciate it again.
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Have a good one.
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Love, take care,
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take care, take care.
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All right. So everyone's heard about the graffiti tower in downtown
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L A. It was a billion dollar project that was abandoned
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and it's slowly becoming L A's coolest art piece.
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And today we have CJ conda artist based in L A to
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give us the downlow on how this tower came about.
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What's up with it?
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What's so CJ, what's up with it?
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How you doing, man?
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So why did artists pick this tower?
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You think? Honestly,
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I don't even know,
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but I do know that graffiti artists like to choose like very
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challenging and very exposed buildings to kind of like show their mark
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tell people who they are and just,
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you know, choose something that is big and bold.
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Got you and clearly like from I was there the other day
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It's like that's like the 15th floor.
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So you gotta climb,
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there's no elevator in that shit.
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So you gotta climb and you know,
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ain't no emergency staircases,
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none of that shit.
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You gotta climb up there.
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How many people do you think it took to pull this
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thing off? Do you guys all hang out or have like
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a group chat? Like,
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what's going on? Is there like a,
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a Reddit thread that I don't know about?
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Like all look straight up.
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I'm not part of that group,
23:33
so I don't know,
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but I do know that it probably took hundreds of people.
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They're all down as fuck.
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And can I cuss?
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Yeah, they're all down as fuck for doing some shit like
23:44
that is crazy and shit.
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They're ninja turtles to me.
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For real. That's dope.
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Like what do you think the city will do about it?
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For one? They're gonna complain.
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But straight up, this is what they should do.
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They should turn that place into a giant art gallery,
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set up galleries in every floor and the profits should go to
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community based art projects and stuff like that.
24:05
But yes sir, capitalism,
24:08
corruption. What are we gonna do?
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Right. We'll do that for one week and then they'll start
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charging people and then the money won't go nowhere.
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You know how it is,
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bro. So why is graffiti important to the city?
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Are there any new art trends you're seeing?
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I, I think graffiti is important for any city.
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It's like artists reclaiming a space that was probably owned by like
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corporations or city officials who don't really give a fuck about like
24:30
the community or the people there.
24:32
But I don't,
24:34
I don't know, I'm,
24:35
I'm not wanna pay attention to trends like that,
24:37
but I am seeing more people kind of like taking a grip
24:40
of this com like this community of this world and just doing
24:44
amazing things with it.
24:45
And I feel like graffiti artists are transcending the street space and
24:49
they're also going into like galleries.
24:51
there's this graffiti artist called Ozzy,
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he's killing it and that's pretty much what he's doing is just
24:56
transcending the street space.
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Got you. And I prefer this over.
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What, what's that Jacob?
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Dude, he's everywhere.
25:02
Like give me this,
25:03
fuck, that lawyer,
25:04
whatever his name is the other one.
25:07
Adriana. Yeah. Get that shit out of here.
25:09
Give me the fucking upside down,
25:11
upside down fucking with me,
25:13
man. Like, what's this?
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Hey, oh that's one of my pieces.
25:18
Hey, so we got,
25:19
so what do you have coming up?
25:20
Let's talk about your art.
25:21
I got a piece right here,
25:22
man. She looks sick.
25:23
I appreciate it. So this is an oil on canvas painting
25:26
It's kind of like a little tribute dedication to my
25:29
pops. But right to that car.
25:33
Yeah, but I got a art show on the 29th
25:36
of March. It's in Koreatown.
25:38
Y'all could pull up a lot of dope artists,
25:40
some graffiti artists, some more studio based artists,
25:43
but it's gonna be tight.
25:45
But it was good,
25:45
bro. Can I keep this piece?
25:46
My, my walls are dry as hell in my room.
25:48
I'm not gonna lie.
25:50
Let me keep that sweater.
25:51
Then he wants to do sweater.
25:55
And where can we find you online?
25:58
I'm obsessed on Instagram like I'm on that app 24 7
26:01
So just follow me there at Carlos CJ Conde.
26:04
I'm always posting my art,
26:06
my Rios, my animations,
26:07
my murals all that good stuff.
26:09
So check me out at Carlos CJ conde.
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Thank you, bro.
26:13
Much. Look forward to that show,
26:14
bro. Yeah. Yeah.
26:20
Hi Jenny. You know who's in town?
26:23
Bad bunny, baby.
26:25
Yep. So, you know,
26:26
we had to pull up and interview some fans before the concert
26:30
and let me just tell you some of these fans are questionable
26:36
Oh, why,
26:37
why do you see that?
26:38
There's certain things as a fan you should know like what,
26:43
at least the man's full name or where he's from.
26:48
But let's, let's,
26:49
let's, let's check out some of these fans shoot.
26:55
Oh I don't know his full name.
26:57
I just started listening to him last year.
27:00
Ignacio Benito Benito something.
27:09
Benito Antonio, Benito Ocasio,
27:12
Martin. Where? Oh my God,
27:16
I Puerto Rico. We're going to ask you guys to do
27:22
your best impression of bad bunny.
27:25
Yeah. Yeah. Yeah.
27:26
Yeah. Yeah. Yeah.
27:28
Yeah. Yeah. Yeah.
27:29
My funny baby. So j you were there?
27:34
So would you say that like,
27:37
well, have you ever been to a bad bunny?
27:38
Cause here before I have in New York?
27:41
OK. But what's,
27:42
what, what do you think is the difference between the west
27:46
coast here and the east coast in New York?
27:49
Like based on bad bunny fans?
27:51
Well, I have to say it probably has a lot to
27:53
do with, you know,
27:54
the islands are on my side.
27:56
East coast, close,
27:57
close, we're closer to the source pr the Little island that
28:03
controls this whole Latino fucking movement music,
28:05
reggaeton, whatever you wanna call it.
28:07
But yeah, out here there's fans,
28:08
everybody dresses up, you know,
28:10
they, they play the part but they play,
28:11
they play the part.
28:13
You know, if I'm walking down the street and I see
28:15
you. I'm like,
28:15
oh, he's a bad bunny fan.
28:16
But are you really a bad bunny for shit?
28:19
But you know what?
28:20
There's, there's more Dominicans and Puerto Ricans in the east for
28:23
sure. Like I remember when I used to live in New
28:25
York. I'm like,
28:26
oh shoot like wow,
28:28
like different than out here.
28:30
Yeah, it was cool but I was also like we're the
28:32
Mexicans at but it is dope.
28:34
It was dope seeing like real bad bunny fans that are from
28:37
out here that are Mexican and know everything about him.
28:40
Like that shit is dope.
28:42
Yes. Yes, I agree.
28:43
Like those are the real fans and those fans are everywhere.
28:46
So you're right, you're right.
28:52
So that does it for this episode of Lincoln Bio.
28:56
I'm Jenny. I'm J and I don't have a car so
29:01
I know y'all seen Doom.
29:03
Better call my ride over here.
29:04
You ready, Jenny?
29:08
What's your R Gene?
29:11
You know them big ass worms and dune,
29:14
you know, ain't no traffic in the desert,
29:16
baby. We're riding these shits all day since you're doing the
29:21
you're, you're calling the worms.
29:22
I'm gonna do the sound.
29:30
That's Yeah, I think you're scaring them.
29:37
All right, we out take care guys.