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Teens on Pot, Rosalia’s Real Rose and Border Patrol Cutting Through Fences

Is pot making teens go psycho with Edwin Sparks, Rosalia’s real rose and why President Biden took Texas to the Supreme Court (hint: so that Border Patrol can cut through fences). Plus, how to say dude in every Latin American country.
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21 action. Do,
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do, do, do,
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do, do, do,
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welcome to Link in Bio with Jio and Alejandro.
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What's up y'all? Welcome back.
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They said we could keep shooting.
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So we're back for another episode of Lincoln Bio.
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Thank you so much for tuning in.
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How are you sister?
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I'm good, bro.
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I'm good. I mean,
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I got you coffee.
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Did you like it?
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It was good. All right,
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cool. Well, that's all for the banter today.
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We're gonna dive right into the stories first up apparently.
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there's more teens using the devil's lettuce marijuana mota
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whatever you wanna call it.
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And they're actually suffering from psychosis.
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Well, let me know what psychosis is because I have no
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clue. You're lucky because I also wasn't too sure.
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So I googled it prior and apparently it's actually a mental disorder
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characterized by this connection from reality.
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You partake in. Well,
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that actually happened to me the first time I smoked weed.
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And were you a teen?
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Yes, I was,
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I was a teen.
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So there is again some truth here,
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but we're actually gonna go,
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go down the, the article and get to the points
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So yes, some more potent cannabis and more frequent use
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are contributing to higher rates of psychosis especially in young people.
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A study published by the National Institute on drug abuse concluded the
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following that cannabis might speed up the arrival of psychotic disorders like
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schizophrenia. And if you've got a family history of other
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risk factors, it's like adding fuel to the fire and it
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turns out those who had to use cannabis daily had significantly higher
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odds of having a psychotic disorder.
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Oh, wow. Well,
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I mean, I can totally see that happening because I only
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did it like once and I got weird after that.
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There's no way I feel like I had like a psychotic breakdown
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when I did. It was crazy.
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I thought my hands were on my lap and I put them
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up and they were still in my lab and it was,
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I was just like this,
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I was just doing this.
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My hands are still on my lap but they're up here.
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It's crazy. I can see the psycho the psychosis that you
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that you say like,
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yeah, I don't know.
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I get the more high potency cannabis use,
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the higher the incident rates of psychosis.
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Oh, that is a blunt.
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Oh, the average amount of THC Yeah,
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from 90 1995 to 2023 as you can tell by this visual
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here has significantly increased.
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So we actually have Edwin sparks dialing in today.
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Edwin can you hear?
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Hey, there he is.
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What's up? What's up?
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Nice to meet you.
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Thank you so much for taking the time to join us today
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I'm not sure if you caught any of our conversation
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but we were talking.
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Oh, ok. Awesome.
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No. Yeah, it is interesting.
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And I know that you're you know,
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an influencer in the space of,
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of cannabis use and stuff like that.
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So we kinda wanted to get your input on this conversation
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that we were having about,
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you know, the psychosis,
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what are your thoughts?
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There's too many like variables to really like put a measurement on
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this. A perfect example is people can experience psychosis never doing
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a substance in their life.
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PTSD, they can go to war,
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get in a car crash,
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being in a fire and lose a dog,
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et cetera, et cetera.
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So I don't think there's a correct way or variable to
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measure this, I will say.
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However, with stronger THC there are definitely higher chances leading
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up to that, especially with misinformation and peer pressuring
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I think that's where the real issue is where friends call
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you like B you know,
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I don't wanna say bad words or whatever.
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You're A B if you don't get it or whatever.
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But if we take this substance like cannabis and we compare
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it to alcohol. If it's your first time drinking,
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you're not gonna wanna drink fucking like 30 bottles or whatever.
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So it's your first time smoking.
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You shouldn't be smoking so much.
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If it's your first time eating an edible,
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you shouldn't be eating so much.
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And there's actually on the packaging it says how much you should
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eat. Nobody reads it.
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I didn't read it and I have done my fair share of
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ruining cannabis for a lot of people.
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but now that I'm in this space,
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I'm just trying to do what I believe is my job
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and just teach people,
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educate them. No.
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Yeah. So I guess it's kind of like,
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again, like portion control,
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I guess, right?
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Like you don't wanna start off like at the,
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I don't know if it's a crazy number 500 mg of an
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edible. And it's like,
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yeah, it's like,
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hey, my God,
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you're going 0 to 100 literally really,
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really quick. Shout out Drake.
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Do you think maybe this is kind of like a,
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a situation where our parents or adults out there that kinda are
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looking for something to blame this bigger problem on?
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And they're like, oh,
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it's, it's the weed because again,
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like, I mean,
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I, I've heard of other stories where people are,
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they, they consume marijuana,
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whether it be THC or CBD,
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it's for, you know,
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health reasons and it helps.
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It's not always again,
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the negative side of things.
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I'm a what I consider a realist and I see both sides
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yes, people are abusing it and overdo it and it's leading
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to these issues. But there's a whole part that like,
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nobody overlooks and it's just like,
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oh let's just blame this,
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let's blame that. But,
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and we could look in and see like,
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did we take the proper precautions to taking the substance?
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It's a fucking substance?
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Like, you know,
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when you get your medicine from a doctor,
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you get like a whole booklet of side effects.
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This in a way has some side effects.
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And we just need to educate ourselves more,
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we need to have more people educated,
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we need to stop peer pressuring people.
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because this is how we end up with people who have
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psychosis. This is how we end up with people who never
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want to do something like this again.
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And the benefits are there,
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but there are two sides to the coin.
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How would you recommend people get some kind of education on this
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Whether it be like a website or going to a dispensary
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That's like just asking questions.
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What do you think if they do wanna,
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you know, partake in this recreational use of marijuana?
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I think simply Google,
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if you're at the dispensary,
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ask, you know,
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you mentioned 500 mg.
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I don't know if you know what the correct or the the
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dose is. but the dose is 10 mg.
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So essentially you're like what 500% more than the dose in
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inside. But who tells you that?
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Right? Nobody tells you that,
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you know, you get the brownie,
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eat half of it stop,
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you know. So I would just say literally ask people
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google it. ask your BT tender at the store.
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I do overconsumption videos.
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You guys can check me out.
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I do it. So you guys don't have to,
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you know, so I'll take 1000 mg just you,
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you just get to watch it instead of actually have to take
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it. But that would be the best way.
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Just ask, you know,
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you have a phone Google.
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The answers are right there.
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You just gotta look for them.
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OK? We're actually gonna put up your video really quick.
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So we'll figure it out with you.
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Let's get it. I know I want to get into it
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Yeah. Talking about over consumption.
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This is something you guys definitely don't want to do it.
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That is 10 pens and when you hit it for enough seconds
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it'll power out its battery making alike,
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which is the maximum hit you can get and I took 10
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you disappear for a moment.
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Yeah, you couldn't see.
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What is that? The Benjamin what what brand do
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you use if you don't mind me asking me for,
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I use all sorts of brands dizzy plug play.
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I work with basically every brand in the game.
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and they're, they're all good if they're legal that means
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they have to be tested clean,
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a bunch of things that go into it.
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All right. Well,
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I mean, I'm glad we got to watch that with you
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But again, thank you so much for joining.
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We'll plug your socials here.
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But thank you.
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Thank you. Thank you for having me.
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Oh, yeah, thank you.
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Have a good one,
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Edwin. Oh my God.
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I didn't expect that.
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Like, again, he disappeared.
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It's like a magician.
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And for my next trip,
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I'll disappear and he was like,
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and then he literally disappeared.
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He's like I'm done.
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Like damn. Anyways,
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let's get into the story.
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So a recent Chee that's bubbling up is that Rosalia's alleged boyfriend
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Jeremy Allen White.
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Yes. Chef from the bear cousin.
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As some people may know him just is that on the other
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show? The one you told me on HBO?
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No, he's la Cosine.
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She calls him Jeff.
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She does, she calls him Jeff because chef sounds like Jeff
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Anyways. OK.
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I didn't know that.
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But yeah, so Jeremy Allen White just wore a red
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flower pant to the Critics Choice Awards that many are calling the
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Rosalia Rose. La Rosalia.
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OK. Anyways but something interesting that people are pointing out
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is that Rosalia's ex Raul Alejandro Sharo,
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my to call wore it first to the 2022 Latin Grammys when
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they were still together.
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Do we have a picture of like the roses likes?
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OK. So here's his rose Ok.
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So that's Raul. And where's,
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Jeremy's? We have a picture of Jeremy's.
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We do. That is the same rose.
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But is it the ex,
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maybe she got on like a,
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like a bundle pack on Amazon or something,
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or from a jeweler?
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I'm sure she didn't go on Amazon.
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No, brother. I,
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I don't know, I don't know about that.
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I would, I,
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I wouldn't give, like,
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I wouldn't give an ex a,
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like a sweater and give my new guy the same
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sweater because then it's like,
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and he's going on,
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like, national television.
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I, I don't know,
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this might be a statement.
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I don't know. So,
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do you think it's official?
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I'm, is that what I'm hearing that there?
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It's, I mean,
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it's a legend that it's a boyfriend that they're dating.
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So they're together. But,
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yeah, I agree with you.
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I, it's kind of weird.
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It's like if you know,
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you break up with someone and say,
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hey, I got my,
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my boyfriend, these same Jordans.
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I'm getting you. It's like,
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that's my thing. Yeah.
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Ok. No, rosal.
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Oh, you know what?
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I, I've been corrected because it's not from Amazon.
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It was actually,,
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so the rose is actually from Tiffany and Co that sells for
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either 875 or 5500.
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I think she probably got the 5501,
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you know, because she got it like that.
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But I don't know.
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What do you think?
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Oh, dang. That's a lot of money and to get
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two. Yeah, but not one but two.
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Well, she was,
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she, she finished her tour recently.
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I think she has money.
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Right. And where's it at?
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Beverly Hills? So,
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now we know where she shops at.
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Tiffany come and Beverly Hills.
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It's actually not a rose either.
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What the hell is going on?
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So, it's actually meant to be a poppy flower or a
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amapola., let me ask my,
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my lowe's garden guy.
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How do you pronounce that?
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The pin might have some connections to Catalonia.
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Spain. Oh Catalonia,
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Spain Espana or Rosalia is from the Italian designer Elsa Peretti lived
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in Catalonia and died there in 2021.
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Did Jeremy Allen White A K,
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the chef A K cousin A K A.
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What's his name from the show?
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Shameless, shameless lip from shameless.
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That's when I, I had a crush on him.
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All right. Well,
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that's, that's her man now.
10:56
So why we,
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this is a tribute to his possible girlfriend,
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Rosa Liia. Wait.
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Yeah. So did he wear as a tribute to his girlfriend
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or did she give it to him or how do you think
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he got access to this pin?
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And even though like,
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it's like you would know,
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like, dude, her ex were at first like,
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did he know that,
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you know, like,
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do you think he knew that he's gotta know his stylist at
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least is like, let me do some research I mean,
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I would hope, let me see.
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I mean, like more research than we did but you know
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hey, like,
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so why should,
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what should he wear?
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Oh, she likes the rose?
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Ok, cool. And like,
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you know, like is it like,
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oh my girl got me this kind of thing but my girl
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likes, I wear these kind of shirts,
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you know, like,
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you know how it would be or maybe I just try to
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stir up some controversy,
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you know, get people talking.
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I mean, we're talking about it.
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So it works. Rosalia Jeremy.
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Let us know what's going on over there or Alejandro if
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you know, let us know.
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Huh? So speaking of awards,
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Pedro Pascal attended the 2024 Emmy Awards on Monday with
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a mystery woman who is she her his 31 year old sister
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Lux Pascal. So who is Lux Pascal?
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Pedro Pascal's youngest sibling was born in Orange County,
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California. Not too far off to Chilean parents,
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however, she moved back to Chile at three years old.
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So Alex is an actress too.
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in fact, in 2010,
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she studied acting at Pontifical Catholic University of Chile.
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by 19 she moved to New York City and graduated from
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the Juilliard School with a Master of fine Arts and acting in
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2023. So,
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I mean, I guess they're,
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they're a family of talent,
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talented people, the Pascals man dude,
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the Pascals. So this the 31 year old
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Lux came out as a transgender woman in February 2021 years before
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that, she came out as a gay man and later identified
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as non binary. She once said,
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coming out of the clo coming out of the closet as a
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gay man didn't cost me anything but deep down,
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it wasn't who I was.
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So I feel like as the years come along,
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you start to get more in touch with who you really are
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So by 2020 she began her transition with her brother
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Pedro always supporting her.
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I love that. I love that for them because I feel
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like he's always like La Chula,
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you know, I feel like he's so cute about like his
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sister, his captions like when they post together,
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I'm like, yeah,
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like I, I hope my my siblings not that close.
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Yeah, he hypes her up.
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I love that. I,
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I really do. Yeah.
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So Lux Pascal appeared in Narcos as a character,
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Elias back in 2015 alongside her brother.
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Yeah, she started different stuff like this is Christina
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And yeah,
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there's they, they got a lot of history.
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I mean, I think their parents their parents were exiled
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from Chile due to their liberal political ideals.
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Yeah, they were like involved in an opposition movement according
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to Pedro Pascal. So,
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yeah, I mean,
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they're an interesting family for sure.
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Like, I feel like it's just like it's all about Pedro
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and Pedro is awesome.
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But, like his sister,
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like, I mean,
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I feel like she has a lot of,
14:37
she has a lot of interesting stuff going on.
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It has a lot of history there for sure.
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I mean, again,
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they're both very talented people and,
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again, it's always,
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like you said, it's so nice to see their relationship through
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through the lens.
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I love it. Like brother and sister love.
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Yes, Latinos. Depending on where the region,
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the country, wherever you're from.
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We all have our own slang,
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right? And we actually thought it'd be fun to like go
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through a list of how people say,
15:06
dude, like bro and the different countries.
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So being Mexican obviously,
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what, what's, what's ours that way again,
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in two episodes now two episodes gone anyway.
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Way on. Mm It sounds like maybe like a Puerto Rican
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Dominic. Maybe I would say,
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hm. Oh Chile le le le on man.
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On. Interesting. I like that I think.
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Is that Colombian mostly?
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Is it Colombia? Yeah.
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Right. I'll say I know guys in full disclosure.
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Like, dude,
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man, Panama, you're gonna test me in all these flags
16:07
too, bro. Oh my God,
16:09
we just went to Panama.
16:11
I would have, that would have been my guess.
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Venezuela. Hey,
16:16
you got it. It's Venezuela.
16:23
I gotta get one but like,
16:27
like, yeah, like that's what I thought.
16:31
And you like the country.
16:33
Peru. Peru. I like that.
16:36
I like Pata. I call you Pata next time,
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brother. That's like Argentina.
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Oh, yeah. Is it?
16:47
Don't tell me for that accent.
16:48
Maybe I got it wrong because they're not showing it yet.
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Oh What, what,
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what is p though?
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Because they do p too,
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right? Para Wait,
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is it Paraguay, bro?
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Well, Ludo. OK.
17:02
God damn it. Uruguay.
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Paraguay. Uruguay. No,
17:08
we did. Paraguay Uruguay.
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Hey, shout out Luis Suarez.
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I said all the my,
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my Oh Wait, yeah,
17:20
wait, hold on.
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What is he? Is he?
17:23
Where is he from?
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Hold on. Don't tell us.
17:27
No. Costa Rica.
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Yes. OK. May God.
17:33
Oh my God. This is the pressure.
17:35
Mae Uruguay. One of the whites.
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Yes. No, I don't know.
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Yes. No. Yes,
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no. Yes. That's on.
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Oh no, you don't know.
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It's OK. We're learning,
17:53
we're learning with you guys.
17:55
Honduras. We love you.
17:56
Ho is that the one another?
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Ma we did that.
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Yeah, they're doing,
18:03
they're doing this to us.
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I'm gonna cheat Mexico.
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Let's just see what happens.
18:10
But no. Nicaragua.
18:13
huh. Nicaragua Frog.
18:24
Oh my God. I'm learning.
18:29
We did Colombia. We're doing every country or are we repeating
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some? Oh, shoot just once.
18:40
Well, Mexican. No,
18:41
no, no. Hold on.
18:43
I give up somewhere next to Mexico.
18:46
We do it. Bolivia.
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Oh I like that.
18:51
Ace. Ace. Ace.
18:54
I said oh my dude,
18:57
this is tough. My brain's hurting.
19:04
Pr No, Cuba.
19:06
No. How dare you?
19:07
You fuck. I'm canceled.
19:09
Cancel me if I,
19:10
this is my, this is my downfall.
19:12
I got canceled over the flags wrong Manito Dominican Republic
19:24
which is the the little one.
19:25
Shout out and it be Puerto Rico.
19:34
Ecuador. Ecuador made me thirsty.
19:37
No Colombia, right?
19:39
Similar Chero one of them have to be Puerto Rico because we
19:44
have not done Puerto Rico.
19:46
So this one, no,
19:48
El Salvador. No,
19:49
that's El Salvador. El Salvador an emblem.
19:52
The other one was,
19:53
yeah, it blends in,
19:54
bro. I'm like,
19:56
well, yeah, because OK,
19:58
cuate Gu Puerto Rico.
20:01
We do Guatemala yet.
20:02
Oh yeah, we haven't done Guatemala is Guatemala.
20:04
This is Guatemala. Gu Cuate.
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That's cool. I think it's like super close.
20:08
Who's left? Who's left?
20:10
Boricuas? Pr Puerto Rico.
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Puerto Rico. Wait,
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is that the right flag being sure I don't want to get
20:18
canceled. OK. In all honesty,
20:20
you can't see red because your color anyways let's move on
20:24
to the next story,
20:24
shall we? So,
20:28
this is a little,
20:30
it's more on the serious end.
20:33
So basically 23 migrants actually passed away while
20:40
attempting to cross the border.
20:43
So Texas Governor Greg Abbott,
20:47
he let me,
20:48
I'm gonna go back a bit.
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So there's this intense situation going on between the Biden administration
20:55
and Texas, Governor Greg Abbott,
20:57
three migrants tragically drowned near Shelby Park in Texas.
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a Mexican mother and her two Children,
21:06
Governor Abbott isn't holding back in his efforts to stop illegal crossings
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so he fenced off Shelby Park and a hot
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spot for,,
21:15
illegal entries to make things more complicated border patrol.
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agents are being denied entry and now the feds are
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turning to the Supreme Court for help.
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I'm not familiar with exactly what's going on.
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So we have a professional here with us.
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She is a senior litigation attorney with the American Immigration Council.
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So Soita Marther, thank you so much for joining us.
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Can you lead us into what exactly is happening over there
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at the border right now.
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So for the most part,
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what we're talking about who we're talking about when we're talking about
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this family, this young mother with her two Children and many
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many other people like her is we're talking about asylum seekers
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people who are fleeing their homes.
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We're hoping to come to the United States in order to seek
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protection. And the background to that is that there are
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many countries in Latin America right now that are experiencing political crises
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devastating violence perpetrated by organized crime,
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economic shocks related to the pandemic and you know,
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also the disastrous effects of climate change.
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And many of these phenomena,
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many of these what we call push factors that are forcing
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people to leave their homes,
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the United States has an important role in creating these crises,
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right, historically, in the past and in the present.
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And that generally doesn't get acknowledged by politicians in the country
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but that's super important context.
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And so as you said,
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what we saw this weekend is kind of the inevitable tragedy that
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results from these really xenophobic based racist policies perpetrated by right
22:58
now Governor Abbott in,
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in Texas. But that we've also seen,
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you know, kind of proffered up by Republicans in the Senate
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even Democrats in the Senate and unfortunately by the Biden administration
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And so a young mother and her two small Children died
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while trying to cross the Rio Grande river.
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And the fact that they were trying to get to Eagle Pass
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tells you that they intended to turn themselves in.
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They were not trying to enter the country and hide and evade
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immigration authorities. Their goal was to get to the United States
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find a border patrol agent and most likely tell them we're
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fleeing for our lives.
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We want to seek asylum and protection in the United States.
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And as soon as the United States officials,
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the CV P or customs and border patrol agents learned that there
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was this group of migrants,
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including his family in distress in the river.
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And they learned that from their Mexican counterparts to observe them trying
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trying to cross the river.
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They basically show up at Shelby Park in Eagle Pass and they
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demand access And as you said,
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the, the Texas National Guard,
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the Texas officers said,
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no, not even in emergencies,
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even after they were told by us officers that there were people
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at risk of dying.
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Is there anything that the US government can actually do?
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I, I know again,
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they're kind of also at fault.
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So it's just kind of like,
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but what can they actually do to overpower the Texas authority in
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that specific space? It seems like Texas is like,
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not like we're not going to let this happen,
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but the government, I would assume has more power over that
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but apparently not.
24:32
Yeah, I think you've really,
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again kind of captured like the really confusing nature of what's going
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on because anyone who's gone to,
24:40
you know, school in the United States has been taught about
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the federal government, the state government,
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usually the federal government gets to tell the state governments what to
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do to some extent,
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especially in things like immigration.
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And so there are a number of different court cases right now
24:54
in which Texas and the federal government led by the Biden administration
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are fighting about what Texas,
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Texas is doing. And one of them is this ongoing
25:04
lawsuit that Texas actually filed last year against the Biden administration
25:09
saying that the Federal Court should order the administration to
25:13
stop cutting down the razor wire that Texas had put up along
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the border. And why was the government cutting down Texas's razor
25:22
wire. The answer to that is it was essentially an emergency
25:26
situations. Border patrol agents were groups of migrants trapped and they
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were cutting through the razor wire in order to reach them to
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access them and process them and assist them.
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And we're seeing, you know,
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filings as recently as Monday from the Biden administration telling the Supreme
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Court, look, this is what's happening.
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A mother and her two Children are dying and more of this
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is going to happen because Texas is not only doing things like
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erecting razor wire, but they're blocking our access to the park
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So right now,
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we're waiting to see what the Supreme Court does,
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you know, common sense like you say,
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and legal precedent would really seem to indicate that the Biden
26:12
administration should win in this case and should be able to order
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Texas to take down the riser wire,
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which is incredibly harmful and dangerous.
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And you know,
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as you said, the optics really are like they're treating people
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not like their people,
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but like their animals.
26:28
And while a lot of these root causes,
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these push factors that I mentioned are easily fixable.
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There are solutions. I mean,
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all we can hope for is a step in the right direction
26:37
Like you said,
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there are solutions to this,
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but it seems like we again can't figure it out,
26:43
figure out war with each other,
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you know, the government in Texas.
26:46
But so basically Biden is asking the Supreme Court if he can
26:53
cut a fence that the Governor of Texas put up to keep
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people out from Mexico.
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Again. The president,
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I need things to be dumbed down for me.
27:03
So, basically,,
27:06
corporate, like a CEO is telling a store manager to like
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oh, do you know,
27:13
do something? And the store manager is like,
27:15
nah, like, I feel like that's like our government in
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a nutshell. Ladies and gentlemen,
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it doesn't make sense.
27:24
I know. Yeah.
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What do you think of when you hear the word fresa?
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Fresa? I think of a juicy red strawberry.
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How about like again,
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let me, let me rephrase that like slaying like in Mexico
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like you not Fresa frea.
27:42
Oh OK. So like a frea,
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right? Like a like that OK.
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Interesting. You say that because yeah.
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So I found this video where this guy is talking about
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fresas and how fresas in the States aren't necessarily the same fresas
27:58
that you come face to face with in Mexico.
28:02
You know, it's different levels to this frean.
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So what do you think?
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I think? Yeah,
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I mean like I know you visit Mexico and you have family
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over there. I have families whose I have my own thoughts
28:10
But one time I went to Mexico to visit my cousin
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and she was introducing me to her primas from her other side
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of the family, from her dad's side.
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And when I tell you these girls are straight Fresa.
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So my prima was introducing me to her other prima and she
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was like Mira Estes,
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mi prima Jenni Vienna de los esta soos.
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And I kid you not,
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her fresa cousin was just like,
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looking at me like this.
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And at this point I have my hand out to shake her
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hand and she's just like,
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she's like this your last stupid lassie.
28:45
And I'm like, waiting there like append,
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I just, and all she says is,
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ah, just, ah,
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like these girls, these friends are,
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girls are mean, they are the mean girls of Mexico.
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That's what I think.
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All right. Well,
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that is the show,
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everybody. Thank you so much for watching.
29:08
Episode two of Lincoln Bio.
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We'll see you for episode three maybe.
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Knab. Shout out to all the fresas that are nice.
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Not the ones that Jenny encountered because I'll go,
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ah, to you guys.
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anyways,,
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have a good day.
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Tune in for the next one.
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Bye bye guys.