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Rauw’s New GF, Trump Catches 91 Charges and Fabulosity

Rauw’s new girlfriend may be 18 but Oklahoma’s youngest legislator, Rep ARTURO ALONSO-SANDOVAL is all of 25. Plus, Rolling Stone reporter Nikki McCann Ramirez explains why former president Donald J. Trump is in legal trouble, how to flush a public toilet and the fabulous story of one of Latin America’s most beloved cleaning products.
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Do, do. Do.
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What is the music?
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We No music today.
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Oh, I proud of the song is Yeah,
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me too. But we're,
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we're here. We're vibing.
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We're, we're back.
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What episode are we on now?
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Oh, I lost count but we're out here.
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We're out here. Hello guys.
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I am Jenny Arias and I'm Alejandro Perez and we are here
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for, oh, was that Siri?
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I don't know that we are here with Lincoln B for Lincoln
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Bio. So welcome back.
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We have some fun stories.
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planned some not so fun.
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I know you have a shirt on with oh,
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you know what? Let's go a little back.
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I wanna look a little more sad.
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Hi guys. Welcome back.
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I'm Jenny Aria and I'm Alejandro and we are here bringing you
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Lincoln Bile. What,
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what's wrong? You seem a little like not yourself,
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not Jenny. I'm like just a little bummed.
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Why? I don't know like I was like,
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dude, I was,
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I had high hopes for this is gonna sound dumb,
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but I had high hopes for Rosalia and Raul to get,
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but she's with the chef now.
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She's with the bear.
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I love Jeremy Ellen Roy.
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I do. But I was just like,
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I don't know, like,
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I, like, it just sucks to see Raul,
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like, already moved on too.
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Wait, he moved on.
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Oh, you didn't see?
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No. Mhm. They found him,
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like, with some chick at a restaurant.
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Mhm. Some blonde girl.
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I don't know. Details,
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brother. But we actually have someone on the line that knows
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a little bit more and that has an update for us.
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Camila Camila. Can you hear us?
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Good? What's the update and friend?
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That's what the news says.
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She's allegedly just dating and the internet is in.
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Vase R has no girlfriend and he says what the news says
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but make that two girlfriends.
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Yeah, it's a big con.
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Wait, wait, wait,
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wait, wait, wait,
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wait, wait, let's back up a little bit.
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Rewind. You said,
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wait. So Raja has a new girlfriend 1st 18.
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So he actually might have two girlfriends.
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We don't know. At least he's been seen with two different
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girls actually in the past week.
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he was spotted with an 18 year old influencer.
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Her name is Yasmine Barberi.
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And then he was also spotted with a 24 year old
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model influencer. Her name is Roman.
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Romaine Roman. Not sure how to pronounce it.
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Roman Inc she said,
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but were they just seen together or were they seen together?
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Was there any snake out?
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Yeah, there are no pictures of them kissing or anything like
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that. But so he was spotted with the 18 year old
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supposedly in Miami as per some reports at a jazz club.
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We're not sure though.
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And then the 24 year old they were also spotted together at
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dinner at Paris Fashion Week actually.
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So he's like globe trotting and living his best single life.
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I feel like the Paris Fashion Week sounds more like a serious
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relationship. The other one is just a little jazz show,
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like, at a local coffee shop or like,
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what was the deal there?
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But I mean, oh,
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you have, ok,
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let's see. What do you think?
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I don't know. I'm just saying like,
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there's a little Sus after,
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you know, Rosalia and Jeremy Allen,
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why? Like those rumors of them being together and then now
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he's like, out with two girls.
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Like, it kind of feels like a,
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like a rebuttal or something,
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you know, like a revenge or something.
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Look at me, you got,
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you got a boyfriend?
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I got two girlfriends.
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There you go. What do you think,
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Camila? What do you think?
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Definitely., like,
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that's definitely true. But apart from that,
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yeah, I think that Rosalia is going out with Jeremy Allen
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White. They're like,
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all over L A,
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you know, and I think,
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yeah, that was definitely playing the field.
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I don't think he has a girlfriend or anything like that.
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But, yeah, I don't know.
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There's definitely way too many pictures going on in the past week
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with him. With other girls.
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So maybe it's us.
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I don't know. Well,
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I mean,,
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I guess,,
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we'll keep our eyes peeled but if you hear anything,
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please let us know Camila.
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I know you're,
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you know, you're,
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you're scaring the web.
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So thank you so much for the cheese man.
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That was beautiful. You,
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you gave me ears.
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Thank you, Camila.
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I appreciate it.,
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keep us updated. Bye bye.
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Has a new girlfriend.
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I mean, he has every right to date other people.
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I get it. I get it.
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But like the other thing I have opinions about you too.
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Well, I mean,
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they, they do say,
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but with him is do clas.
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So now we're gonna toss it over to a more of a
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serious man matter. Oh,
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Trump has 91 cases against him.
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Did you know that I knew he had a lot of cases
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I didn't know 91.
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Exactly. So, actually to break down a little bit of
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what's going on in Trump's world.
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we have Nikki mccann Ramirez,
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a politics reporter from Rolling Stone joining us right now.
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Nikki. Can you hear us?
05:43
Yes. Hi. Thank you for having me.
05:45
No. Yeah. Thank you so much for the time and
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for coming on. I'm not sure if you caught what we
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were talking about right now about Trump's,
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91 cases against him.
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Well, I did,
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but I have to clarify one point.
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It is not 91 cases so much as 91 specific individual criminal
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counts that does not however include civil litigation.
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Sorry, what was the last word?
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It was a big word.
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So it's 91 criminal counts spread across maybe half a dozen cases
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That number does not include any other civil litigation like criminal
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versus civil court that Trump is involved with,
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involved with one example of the civil cases is the ongoing Eugene
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Carroll defamation trial. What would you say is the most serious
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case? Like in your opinion,
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the most serious case?
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So the way I look at it is,
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there's sort of what I call the big 32 of them I
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think are a little bigger than the third.
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The two big ones that are ongoing right now being the DOJ
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election interference trial and Georgia's Rico case against Trump and more than
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a dozen of his allies alleging that the president tried to interfere
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with the election results in the state of Georgia.
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The third one is the Eugene Carroll case mostly because I think
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now that a jury has found Trump liable for abuse and
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defamation. It goes to show that juries in this country are
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amiable to ruling against a president even if it's in a civil
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court. The DOJ election interference case is currently in a
07:30
bit of a stalling phase because Trump is arguing before the DC
07:34
Federal Court of appeals that he as president or that presidents have
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the right to commit crimes.
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Basically with impunity. The argument that Trump and his attorneys are
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making before the US Court of appeals is that a president cannot
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be convicted or prosecuted for a crime that was committed while he
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was in office unless he's first impeached by the Senate.
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So basically, if you're president,
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you could do whatever you want.
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Like that's just what it sounds like.
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That's insane. To me,
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the Federal Court of Appeals is a panel of three judges and
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they'll decide on the question.
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One of the judges asked Trump's attorney.
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So hypothetically if the president ordered seal team six to kill his
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political opponent, would the,
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would we be able to prosecute the president for that crime?
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The crime of murder,
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of ordering an assassination?
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And Trump's attorney responded?
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Yes, but only if he was impeached first,
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which that just sets up the scenario that,
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you know, if a president hypothetically had his political opponent assassinated
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and then resigned from office,
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you couldn't prosecute him or if the plot wasn't discovered until after
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he left office, you couldn't prosecute him.
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It's, it's an absurd proposition,
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but it's currently being argued in court and we expect a decision
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from the Court of appeals later this week.
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And if the court does not rule in Trump's favor,
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it's expected that he will appeal to the Supreme Court.
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Wow. Well, yeah.
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Yeah, it's a lot.
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But thank you so much.
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Thank you for your time.
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We honestly appreciate all the knowledge you shared and hope you can
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join us again in the future because as we know,
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this is only like scratching the surface.
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So, you know,
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we're excited to keep diving in with you.
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I had so many note cards any time.
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Well, good to know.
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But again, thank you Nikki.
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And hopefully again, we have you back on soon.
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Of course. Thank you both.
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So much. Take care.
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We're gonna shift gears a little bit.
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We're actually gonna get a little serious and talk about being Latino
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in Oklahoma. Do you know what happened recently?
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I did not. Well,
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let me tell you.
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So Oklahoma is trying to fix it.
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Is fentaNYL problem and gang related problems,
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right? And this Republican state rep Justin Humphrey said Hispanics and
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only Hispanics with gang related offenses would be considered a terrorist
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But no, no,
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it gets better then he's like,
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oh, wait, I'm sorry,
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I'm sorry. I,
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I didn't mean to call them Hispanics.
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I, I didn't,
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I apologize for using the word Hispanics.
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He says I'll change the word Hispanic to undocumented illegals.
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So again, like,
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bro, just me.
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Yeah. But you know,
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the funny part is this is the same guy,
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the same senator wants to ban furries in public schools.
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So his priorities are to whack.
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Yeah, he's I don't know,
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Justin, what's going on,
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buddy. We actually have Arturo Alonso Sandoval in Oklahoma.
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Born and raised legislator in Oklahoma.
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being the youngest Latino lawmaker.
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Homeboy. Sorry, I'm gonna call you homeboy.
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I know, sir.
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He's 25. Thank you so much for joining us.
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I know, I don't know if you caught our story
10:51
but it sounds like again,
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Latinos in Oklahoma are not,
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you know, they're under a lot of scrutiny this guy.
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Was it Justin Humphrey just likes to categorize people and
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you know, make assumptions and it's not cool.
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So I wanna know,
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what was your experience growing up in Oklahoma?
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It was it always like this or is it just because of
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these people in Congress are kinda making things uncomfortable for everybody?
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For sure, man.
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Yeah. So, I mean,
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growing up in Oklahoma,
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it's definitely an interesting experience.
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I love the state of Oklahoma.
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This is the part of town.
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I mean, I've always grown up in people.
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It is important to know that people like Justin Humphrey,
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they're definitely coming from a place of ignorance because there's a
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lot of people that I work with now because right now I'm
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serving as one of the few Latino legislators.
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So one of the few people of color in the Oklahoma State
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Capitol. And you,
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I definitely recognize a lot of the legislators have never really had
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a conversation with a young Latino.
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And that's one of the big reasons I decided to want to
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throw myself into running for office because,
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you know, because they don't surround themselves with people that don't
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look like them or talk like them,
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then all they really,
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like, their perception is made based off of what they see
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on Fox News that portrays Latinos as criminals and all these different
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negative stereotypes that are typically pretty false.
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I've never been to Oklahoma so I don't think OKC.
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Right. Yeah, I guess while I have some,
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some, some soal peps and,
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and what, what is the perception of Oklahoma to,
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I guess some people,
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oh, just being honest,
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I mean, I just thought it was a bunch of white
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people. Yeah, same,
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I guess because I,
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I only seen like a movie and it was based in Oklahoma
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It was like a bunch of white people and the only
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the only reason I know Oklahoma or like,
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you know what I've seen on TV is when the Lakers were
12:45
playing against OOKC. Thunder in the playoffs in like 20 I
12:48
forgot when, and just a bunch of white people in the
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stadium and meat packing plants.
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I don't know why I thought of that.
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Yeah, I know.
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So legislatively, I'm in the AG committee because I got one
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of the biggest cattle stock exchanges in my district and meat packing
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Like there's a lot of big ag in Oklahoma which kind
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of tends to be bad for the environment.
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But y'all might see me at some point fighting the big companies
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Arturo random question,
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random question straight out of left field.
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What's your hype? Song when you have to get on the
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floor, man, man.
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I listen to a little bit of everything lately.
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I've been on some chain Sanchez.
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I'm big into Bad bunny.
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So there's this one called La,
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well, Nieves de Nero because we're in January.
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So Charito Sanchez is one of my top artists right now and
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Nieves De Nero is one of the ones that I,
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I got, I got,
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I'm like, OK,
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let me, let me get,
13:47
let me get hyped up to combat some of these kind of
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crazy legislators that we have in Oklahoma.
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Love peace. We lost the real one and my boy the
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Oklahoma and Oklahoma got the range from you don't mess around.
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We got a real Latino representing us in Oklahoma.
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He, hey, hey,
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if I'm ever in the L A area,
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I'll make sure to hit y'all up.
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No. Yeah, of course.
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Take care. Thank you.
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Bye. We need more people like that in the government.
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Goddamn it. I don't care what anybody says.
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That's my boy. Now that is legit in Oklahoma.
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I wanna get some freaking fun with him,
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right? Like I wanna go get some sushi,
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go to take him to freaking get some Michelada.
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Me too. Me too.
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I wanna pick his brain.
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Let's talk about Fabu Loso.
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Oh I'm there. All right.
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Well, let's let's pour it up,
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shall we? And I mean,
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do not drink Fabu Loso but let's dive in right.
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So the history of Fao.
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So do you know anything about the history,
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how it came to be?
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How did it come to be brother?
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I know not my memory.
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Ah freshen up your memory,
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I got you. Well,
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it actually started in Venezuela around the eighties to Venezuela.
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Shout out to the VZ Venezuelans.
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and then it came to Mexico and eventually,
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obviously in the nineties came to the US and originally it is
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just the purple, not flavor.
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I almost said of flavor do not,
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do not drink it,
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don't drink it, don't you fucking drink it anyways don't mess
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with her. So eventually it came to the market and we
15:33
started with just the purple.
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But now there's a variety of flavors.
15:36
I believe we have flavors.
15:37
Fuck flavors. Oh no scent,
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which is your favorite.
15:42
I'm gonna be the basic bitch and I'm gonna say the
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purple, the lavender one iconic,
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iconic. But then again,
15:50
I've never ever bought the other ones.
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So it's kind of like trying something and saying that it's your
15:56
favorite without really like trying exploring the other ones.
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I heard the apple ones good.
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I was about to say I never bought it either.
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That's my second fa favorite scent.
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So he said in that quote,
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he said I'm a basic bitch and I like the purple one
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Well, I'm also a basic bitch.
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So nice to meet you.
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Probably also helps you clean,
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freshen up the the house.
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But how does like all these cleaners work?
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How does soap work?
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How does it clean good?
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How does it smell good?
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The science behind it all?
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Like I wanna know and I'm not gonna pretend to know.
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So I'm gonna bring someone in that does know Rachel Aguilar,
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a high school science teacher is gonna be joining us,
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Rachel. Can you hear us?
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Hi. Thank you for having me here today.
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Let's go ahead and get into it.
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So the way that soap works is pretty complex,
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but we're going to just look at it in a pretty simplified
16:48
way today. So,
16:51
yeah, no problem.
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So as you know,
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oil and water don't usually mix right naturally,
16:58
they don't like to be together.
16:59
So molecules are special molecules that act as a bridge between oil
17:04
and water. So let's talk about the structure of soap.
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If we look at the picture,
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the image from Harvard,
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on one end of the soap molecule,
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we have an end that loves water,
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we call that hydrophilic.
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It's also called polar.
17:21
And on the other end of that same molecule,
17:23
we have part of the molecule that hates water.
17:29
It, it prefers oil,
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which we refer to as nonpolar.
17:34
So these salt molecules are able to seek out dirt and
17:38
oil and they're able to basically engulf them in like a sphere
17:43
which we call a mill.
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And so with that,
17:46
they're able to put dirt inside of that bubble.
17:50
And then the part that loves water is basically on the outside
17:54
And when we rinse our hands with water that washes away
17:59
with the part that loves water,
18:01
so it grabs onto the dirt and then once again the water
18:04
comes on like, you know,
18:05
it, it holds on doesn't let go and it takes it
18:08
with it down the drain.
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Romantic and all the attraction in chemistry and biology.
18:17
It's all about molecules,
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attracting to each other and loving each other basically.
18:22
So, so is that what people say?
18:24
Hey, I sent some chemistry here if they would have taught
18:30
me this in school,
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like in this way,
18:32
maybe I would have done better in science.
18:33
I'm not gonna lie.
18:36
Yes. Science is a beautiful topic and it's romantic.
18:41
Well, thank you so much.
18:43
I really appreciate it.
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You know how stuff works.
18:46
Now we're good. Yeah,
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I think we're good.
18:48
You, you explained it pretty well.
18:50
All right. Thank you so much for having me again.
18:53
Take care y'all. Thank you.
18:55
Bye Rachel. Hi.
18:57
So moving on, let's live out our fabulosos,
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shall we and try some of these flavors.
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I mean, OK.
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Sense made by our own in house mixologist Joel.
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You down before we do that.
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Do not drink fo this is inspired,
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drink, inspired hashtag Inspo.
19:19
All right, Joel.
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Well, what do we do we order or how
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does this work? Yeah.
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So we're doing some drinks inspired by Fos flavors.
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I mean scents, not flavors.
19:29
So what flavor do you guys wanna drink of the cocktail
19:33
Not the paso ladies first.
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the the purple one please.
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The purple one, the lavender French 75.
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Ok. I am making this for the first time.
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So be gentle. This is all acting.
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I'm a paid actor.
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I'm not a real bartender and again,
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do not drink Fabu Loso please.
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I hope you like Gin.
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Oh, so we're gonna need two ounces of gin.
20:03
Mind you, you loading them up starting the day,
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right? So we're gonna do half ounce of orange liquor.
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It's giving Paul Losso vibes.
20:21
It's getting there right?
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Oh yeah, it does because of the g the gins got
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very like piney kind of soapy.
20:27
But when you mix it,
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you know nicely you get a really good flavor.
20:32
You get one ounce of lemon juice.
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Oh yeah. And one ounce of this beautiful lavender syrup sampling
20:42
of that. I Oh Take your time.
20:56
All right. Let's see how it came out.
20:57
But a lot. That's a super watered down purple.
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I'm sorry, Jill.
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No, no shade.
21:03
I hope we it tastes like Pablos.
21:05
I mean smells like Pablos at least,
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you know, we're we're on a budget right now.
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So we're spilling one drink.
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We wanna top it off with a little bit of Prosecco,
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a little go, go,
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go, go, go,
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go, go, go.
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What do you guys think.
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Does that give you Paul Loso Vibe?
21:23
Thank you. And this one's supposed to have frozen blueberry
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garnish, which I forgot in the freezer.
21:30
So sorry again. Not a real bartender.
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All. Well cheers.
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You're very welcome. Of course.
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Oh 00, good or bad.
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He make signals over here.
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It has a clean finish.
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Yes. There we go.
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Once again. Not Rio Paulos.
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So it's a cocktail.
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Yeah, I can tell there's no purple here.
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00, we put too much water because of the mop.
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You know, when you put a little bit,
22:05
that's the, yeah,
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we only, we were he like,
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go, you know,
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when you put water in the bottle and I switch it around
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hoping to get every last drop.
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That's what happened here.
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But we're gonna put more recipes on the website.
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Thank you. You're welcome.
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Oh, right on to the next,
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we're doing toilet story.
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All right.,
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what is going on?
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All right. So how do you flush a toilet in public
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I,
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ok, so I courtesy flushed.
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I used to courtesy flush,
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but now I don't do that anymore because my mom told me
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when you flush and you're still in the toilet,
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say say the fecal matter.
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So I, so I low key,
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I've been having fecal matter just right back to me.
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So then, ok,
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you say you don't wanna,
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you don't do the courtesy flush,
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but when you're in the auto flush ones and you move like
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a CD. That's awkward.
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Yeah, because it's other fecal matter and it's,
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like shooting up. It's like,
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yeah, that's what I heard too.
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Like, I've been hearing that so now I don't care to
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see Don Courtesy Flush.
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But it's funny because there was AAA tweet a post going viral
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that, like, of how people flush a toilet in public
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I mean, the picture shows a foot pressing on the
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handle and apparently that's not necessarily like,
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the only way to do it or people think,
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you know, there's other ways to do it.
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That's more courteous and just,
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I guess more ethical.
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Let's, let's look at some of the comments,
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shall we? Ok.
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So,, we have Sibila counseling.
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Yep. May AUA taught to do that and never sit down
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Wait, wait,
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wait. So you don't like you crouch?
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Yeah, I know.
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Like,, I mean,
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I, I kinda like crouch but,
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and, and the good thing is like,
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it gets your glutes like,
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you know, working out too while you're doing your business.
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But, yeah, so you like,
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just hover over it,
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you know what I mean?
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This might be a do thing.
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But I remember my friends used to refer to that as,
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hey, yo, Sumo,
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that shit, like a Sumo wrestler.
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Like it kind of like,
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kind of like, and,
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you know, like you said,
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it burns the next day,
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like, ah, what a work out and you're like,
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I'm ok, I'm sore.
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It's like what happened?
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You went to the gym?
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No. Posa Rando Pero.
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I saw all that shit,
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you know, but it's like,
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I feel like if you were to do that like it,
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I, I mean,
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this is coming from a woman's point of view.
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Like I feel like I don't get everything so I have
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to like shake a little bit.
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What do you mean?
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You don't get everything?
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Like like the poop out?
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No, the, the,
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oh my God. I know the,
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the, the liquid all of your,
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if you sumo it.
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Yeah, I feel like,
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I don't know. I mean,
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I have to shake a little bit a little.
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All right. Let's,
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let's see the next one.
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ok. So, yeah,
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so you step on the,
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the handle with your foot but then you still walk in the
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house with your dirty shoes on and that is so true.
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This is true. And that is why some people take their
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shoes off before they enter the house.
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I used to think that was strict but I get it now
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No. Yeah.
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I was thinking about that because my wife's Filipina and when
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I go to the house they take off their shoes,
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they never go charita.
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It's like I never,
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I would take off my shoes but I never thought anything of
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it. And now it's like now it's the,
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the rule in our house and I'm like,
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that makes so much sense.
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You bring into your house.
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This is true. And then what else?
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You don't know what else?
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I mean, what's dirtier than my friend who is in a
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wheelchair said he hates when people use their foot because now he
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has to touch it.
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And that's so true.
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We don't think about that because again,
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we're just like our,
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what is,
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what's, what's the,
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what's the term? I mean,
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it's, it's, it's,
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it's, well, no,
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but we're being able it because yeah,
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it's like we have,
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you know, we,
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we with our foot,
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we're pushing that shit and we don't think that those are the
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people that, you know,
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can, yeah, that,
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that they have to touch it.
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They have to or they can just let the shit sit there
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But, you know,
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they would probably flush and,
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and this is a great point as to why we should do
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That's a great point.
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Yeah. Yeah, I,
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I do this if I have a long sleeve just,
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but then it gets on your,
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oh, never mind.
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That's gross. Never mind.
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And you're like, hey,
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we gonna eat. So how are you?
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And like you, so don't judge me.
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I mean, let us know in the comments if we post
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it as a social clip.
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How do you flush the toilet?
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Well, let's,
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end this and flush it down the toilet.
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Thank you so much for,
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oh, there's a toilet.
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Yeah, we're gonna go in there and closed.
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Yeah, let's close the lid on this one.
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Let's close the lid on this show because it's Andy.
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We'll see you soon for another episode of Lincoln Bio.
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Again. I'm Alejandro and I am Jenny.
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Thank you guys so much for joining us.
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Join us next time.
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We'll see you soon.
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Bye. Make sure to flush the toilet.
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Right. Yeah.