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TikTok Ban and Latina Fishing

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Astronaut Jose Hernandez breaks down the science behind Leap Year, the Zamarripa family (no bangs!) chimes in on social media bans and Karina Martinez of Drafted chimes in on the Mexico vs USA women’s soccer showdown.
Show transcript
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Do we on brother?
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Hi guys. Welcome to Lincoln Bio.
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I am Jenny Alejandro and this is episode 19.
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Thank you guys so much.
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We appreciate you guys coming back on and it's official.
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Look at this. Look who is?
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No, that's not a I don't know what is.
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I don't know what is guys.
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So thank you so much.
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We got an action packed show for you today is there.
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We have Wendy's surge pricing,
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we have cheating on the go.
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We have Latina fishing and what the fuck is a leap year
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Oh, we're talking serial ceo social media band with a
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very viral family and a soccer showdown.
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So yeah, let's get into it.
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All right. Did you hear about Wendy's surge pricing?
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You know what I have not.
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You have not. Well,
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let me, oh well,
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let me, let me tell you what's going on over there
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at Wendy's. So Wendy's Ceo Kirk Tanner said the fast
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food chain will have dynamic pricing starting early 2025 and this is
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giving us kind of like those like Uber,
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right? Like, yeah,
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I'm like, is this Uber?
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Is this lived or what it literally it feels like that.
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So depending on the time of day,
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different prices, right?
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And social media went crazy.
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I always see Twitter did not hold,
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sorry X did not hold back Instagram.
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When they heard that when is gonna get more expensive?
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Depending on the time of day,
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it's gonna have like people buying and selling bacon or like it's
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like stock prices. I don't know,
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man, it's crazy.
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And however, this might just be a false alarm because
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Wendy's came back and the CEO said,
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I never said the word surge pricing.
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No, sorry I said and so apparently people are saying
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there's some cheese man,
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but I don't know.
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I've seen the digital menus at Wendy's.
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I, I love Wendy's.
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Shout out the biggie bag and all that.
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Wendy's date. My dad,
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my dad loves the fucking baked potato and he loves the baked
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potato. Yeah, but I guess it was all cheese,
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man. And now they said,
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oh, just kidding,
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we're not gonna do that anymore.
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But you know what?
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Shout out to Wendy's because I knew you were gonna do it
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But all of a sudden you're like,
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no, just kidding guys,
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Kiki and like, you know,
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give me that four for 45 for five.
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This was just a tactic to get.
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Yes, do the pie and make everyone crave Wendy's because now
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I'm craving Wendy's. Let's go to Wendy's.
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Let's go to Wendy's.
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Oh brother. I have some cheese on one of your football
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guys, Saba Tom Brady.
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Of course to go.
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Yes. So, apparently Giselle and her boyfriend went public with
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their relationship. Pero El Chisme is queer.
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Tom believes his ex wife was cheating on for quite some time
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So he thinks that they were together before their official,
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like, split. Well,
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I guess that, I mean,
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that's the speculation. Rosa Conquin brother with her jujitsu instructor,
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Joaquin Valente. So,
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looks like they've been doing more than jujitsu in just kidding.
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I guess all that grappling and slamming eventually turned into something more
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significant. You know what?
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Viva la more they split up,
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Tom Brady. You know,
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you, you, you had your moment with her.
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Yeah, I don't know if he's OK with it.
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You do you king?
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I like, I like how we do this but at the
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same time that that's a,
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that's a thumbnail. But anyway,
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you know what? And it's crazy because Homeboy has seven Super
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Bowl rings, but he lost the one that mattered most.
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Do you know what I'm saying?
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That was crazy. Talk about a fumble.
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Oh, shoot. Ah,
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that was good. All right.
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Well, let's go ahead and throw the pass over to
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our next story. Shall we,
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you know the copy and paste Latina makeup trend?
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I remember it. Yeah.
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What if I told you it was created by someone who wasn't
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a Latina Una Gutierrez.
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Just one. Una Una Gutierrez got pretty famous online last year
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after posting a video that kicked off the copy and paste Latina
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lots of Latinas made stitches with her videos and she became
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one of the faces of the trend.
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Now tiktok users have a wild theory and claim that Una Gutierrez
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is actually a white woman named Brooklyn Chipman.
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So Una is not Una Latina.
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No brother, no,
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no photos show that she allegedly has natural blonde hair and blue
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eyes. Oh shit.
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But dyes her hair black and uses dark brown color contacts.
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Oh Well now a man claiming to be Brooklyn Shipman's dad made
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a tiktok about it.
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He says people are just attacking her.
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She had a Latina style for a few years there.
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She went through the phase.
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So being Latino, Latina is a phase.
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Now I say you're Latina.
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So I mean sorry I keep cutting you off.
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No, no, no,
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no, no. I'm just saying that III I don't get
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it and, and I mean we come in all different colors
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shapes and hair colors and I mean if she would have
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blonde hair, blue eyes,
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I mean there's Latinas that have that too.
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But the dad said that while Brooklyn's mom is white,
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he may have something else in his bloodline.
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He said if my daughter wants to use a little bit of
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Mexican we have in our family,
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she's allowed to do that.
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Is he actually Latino or he's just kinda like,
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yeah, I feel a little Mexican,
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you know, I have like a Mexican cousin,
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I think. Or like bad bunny todos.
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Latino. Right. I,
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I mean, I get it but I don't know,
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I think that's a little,
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that's gone too far to,
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you can be in the Carne Asad.
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Yeah. Like you can be invited.
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Just don't say you're something when you're not.
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Hey, brother does this month feel long to you a little
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bit. Yeah. That's because it is,
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this year is officially leap year,
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which I don't, I don't know what the hell that means
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But we know someone who does Jose Hernandez,
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an astronaut, an author.
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And there was actually a movie on his life that came out
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last year. A million miles away.
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He is the father who inspired our very own show,
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astronaut's daughter. He is actually overqualified to talk about this silly
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topic. Welcome, Jose.
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Good morning Jenny. How you doing?
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Good, good and yourself.
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I'm doing very well.
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Thank you. It's great to have you.
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I wanted to ask,
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can you explain why we have leap year?
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Like we're 1/5 grader because I have like we're kids because I
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have no idea. I've never known all my life.
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So I wanna, I wanna know as you know,
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when we go, when we go through what year we
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orbit around the sun,
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that's approximately the time it takes to go around the sun once
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is one year. This is how we have our four seasons
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correct? And and I say approximately because guess what
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it takes a little longer than one year to
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go around.,
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one year has 365 days.
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But if, if you,
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mark where the earth starts going around and when it
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comes back, it's actually,
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365 days.
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0.2422. So a little over a day,
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almost a quarter of a day.
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So this is why we,
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we have to make up that day.
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If not, that error air is gonna propagate and pretty soon
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instead of having summer in June,
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we're gonna be having summer in December and we don't want that
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So what, what do we do to fix it?
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Well, since it's about a quarter of a date,
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each year, every fourth year,
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we add a day to the calendar in February,
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February 29th, which is this year,
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we have a February 29th and that's how we get rid of
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that extra quarter day for those four revolutions around the sun,
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those four years. So every four years,
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we have a February 29th.
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So it's yeah,
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so it's like all the changes left over,
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it adds up to a day.
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But why February? Because that's the short this month of the
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year. So we say let's add it to the shortest month
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of the year and it's,
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it's great if you're born on February 29th because then you only
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have to celebrate your birthday every four years.
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So, if you're a 40 year old,
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you're really 10 years old.
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It's like, it's like dog years,
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right? Like dog years.
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my dad,
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my dad gets mad too because he has to pay the rent
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for his business. So he's like,
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no, is those menu Diaz or he told me?
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No, I, where's my change at?
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Yeah. Yeah. The,
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the,,
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landlords make a killing on a monthly basis on the month of
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of February because it's only 28 days.
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But you still have to pay a full month.
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Exactly. We lose.
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But, ok,
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so while we have you,
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what are your thoughts on the Odysseus mission?
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Why does that mean for the next generation of astronauts we
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haven't been to back to the moon,
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whether it's a rover or anything.
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And I'm talking about the US United States since 1972 in December
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Apollo 17. and and just recently a few
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days ago, we landed a,
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a lunar lander by a company called Intuitive Machines in Houston.
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This company made up of ex NASA engineers built this
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lunar lander and they launched it on a SpaceX Falcon nine
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rocket to the moon.
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it landed almost perfectly.
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It actually, instead of it let sticking the landing,
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it kind of tipped over a bit.
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And and so it's,
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I would call it 90% success.
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It's only designed to operate for a week or two.
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But it's interesting to note that it wasn't NASA who returned
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the US back to the surface of the moon,
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but rather a private company intuitive machine.
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And we're gonna do another mission with intuitive machines and we're
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gonna have another bigger payload.
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And then after that,
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we're gonna send a full size data center and start generating
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revenue by having customers in an ultra secure repository for digital data
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in the event of any type of disaster recovery needs.
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They may have my company,
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Tierra Luna Engineering is pioneering that effort with our customer
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which is Lone Star data holdings.
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Wow, that's so interesting.
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And like, again,
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the science of it all just like it was so like 90%
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there. But again,
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this is like only the star,
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like you said, and where can people find to keep
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up with all your missions?
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And like, again,
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all your consulting efforts?
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Because again, like this is so interesting.
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I wanna dive in deeper but I know you're,
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you're a busy man.
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So if you wanna plug your socials,
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that'd be great. I would go to Tierra Luna engineering.com.
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You can see what we do at Tierra Luna engineering.com,
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but I also have my own line of wines.
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You know, I grew up as a migrant farm worker
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and there's a saying you can take the kid out of the
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farm but not the farm out of the kid.
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And and so I when I left NASA came back
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home here in the central valley of California.
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I decided to invest in a vineyard.
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I make my own line of work called under the label,
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Tierra Luna Sellers. I make two breads,
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a, a red blend,
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a red Zinfandel and then I make a white salon blanc and
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youtube can order it,
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it comes to your house.
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It's direct to consumers.
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So it's it's there for you from space to the wine
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Thank you so much.
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It's full circle. It's coming.
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I literally thank you so much,
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Jose. We really appreciate you coming on and we hope
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you have a great leap year.
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No problem. Thank you very much.
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OK. Talk soon.
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Bye. That's crazy.
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Engineer. Everything he owns a vineyard.
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The man could do it all.
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Let's enjoy his extra day sister.
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What do you say?
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II, I agree,
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brother, but I kind of feel like I've been stolen it
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a day too. Porque Trin Trin Trin Uno.
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I still feel like I don't know but anyhoo,
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I get it. The Kellogg CEO just called us broke.
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Inflation is killing us all.
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And the company started a campaign cereal for dinner.
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The CEO said the serial category has always been affordable and tends
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to be a great destination when consumers are under pressure.
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Essentially saying poor people are good for business.
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Huh? Well, listen here,
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Mr $5 million a year.
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Salary. Stop watching my pockets because you know what,
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this cereal is actually a five star meal that y'all are sleeping
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on. Let me put you on something come in closer,
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you know about this,
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right? Do I fuck with that?
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Let it go, dude.
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Con place some sliced bananas,
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put that on there.
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Look at that fresh,
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right? It's healthy because it's un chingo.
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Er, but it's a lot of bananas fruit and then you
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put sugar too ssss OK?
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Sugar overload. But you get the idea Mr Ceo and then
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a little bit of milk by the way,
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who the fuck puts milk first and then cereal?
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Oh I never do that.
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I always have cereal and then you just me,
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I'm, I'm making a mess so I look at my hand
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shaking but anyways this is how jam packed you want it and
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then typical Latino dad freaking like,
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you know, dude,
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I don't know about you but I use the bowl of the
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fucking pozole. No,
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the pozole bowl you need like the walls like that way.
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You can take it to your couch and you know,
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haven't watched your favorite show.
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But look at this Mr Ceo.
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You've been missing out on this.
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If you wanna talk ideas,
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you know where to hit me up.
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That's right. Mm I don't feel broke eating this.
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I don't, that's a,
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that's a breakfast for champions and I ate it before.
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I like at night time.
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I like having cereal at night time more than the morning.
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Listen here, Mr Kellogg CEO.
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Don't call me poor and corporate speak.
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Don't tell Steve cereal for dinner because we've been doing that.
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So let me enjoy my cereal.
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You stay in New Orleans,
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I'll stay in mine being broke.
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But no pasta, nada just,
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yeah, we've been doing that shit.
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Like he trying to take credit.
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Oh, I think like,
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he's a freaking genius,
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Jenny. Are you into sports at all?
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What do you like to watch?
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I like to watch.
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OK, I like to watch the World Cup when it's in
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season or like when like intense soccer games are like when they're
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competing for something, not just for fun,
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you know. I like to watch baseball,
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basketball. Get cool.
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Super Bowl has to be like,
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yeah, like, like the more intense matches games,
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the US women's national team and Mexico played against each other earlier
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this week, right?
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And the US women's national soccer team lost to Mexico for the
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second time in history.
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Like you can see them so happy,
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the look of defeat over here and then the happiness over here
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So women's soccer is currently in the group stages of
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the gold Cup which determines which country in the Americas has the
17:01
top team. Although both the US and the Mexico teams are
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both moving on to the next stage.
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That clearly didn't stop either team from giving it their all
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during their most recent match.
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So Mexicans game winning gold was scored by none other than
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a player that actually used to play for the US as a
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kid. Interestingly enough,
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Maya Pallo was born in Florida,
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but her Mexican roots also allowed her to claim dual citizenship in
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Mexico. And once you reached a more senior level,
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Pelayo decided that she was gonna represent Mexico instead of the US
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And thus the seeds for this historic moment were planted.
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Did you happen to watch this game?
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I did it. And I'm so sad that I didn't even
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know about it. Just I believe that I,
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and I don't think they amplify women's soccer enough like I would
17:46
have loved to watch it like I wanna,
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yeah, like I'm bummed.
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I'm same girl and the worst part is they played here in
17:54
L A. What I would love to see the person I
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know. Well, you know what,
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we actually have someone who went to the match and she's gonna
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get to talk to us about what happened,
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the energy, like what that was like.
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We'd like to welcome,
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of course, Karina Martinez,
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co founder of drafted and fellow sports fanatic.
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Welcome, Carina. Hello,
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nice to be here.
18:18
Nice to meet you.
18:18
Nice to meet you.
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Thank you so much for joining.
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So you, you were at the game,
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right? Like what was the energy like when Pelayo scored that
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second goal? Oh my gosh.
18:28
So from the get,
18:29
it was so clear that there was probably an overwhelming amount of
18:33
Mexican fans versus United States fans,
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which I've gone to a lot of friendlies and I think this
18:37
is the first time that I've ever seen a non US team
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have more fans in person.
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So I knew already from the get it was going to be
18:45
just a magnetic game.
18:47
And so I think the best way to explain it was electric
18:50
I mean, I think the,
18:50
the tension was there,
18:52
the excitement, you know,
18:54
they scored fairly early on.
18:56
So it was 10 and then when Belay made that Clint
18:59
that game clinching win,
19:01
I think that the crowd just erupted.
19:04
And I think it was one of those moments where as
19:06
a fan and I know that this is gonna be a thing
19:09
that will go down in history for the first time.
19:13
Not just because they won and they're making,
19:16
you know, they're the first team to break this kind of
19:17
long withstanding triumphs of the US.
19:20
But I think it's a marker of how far Latin America
19:24
and Mexico and other teams have come in the progress of women's
19:28
sports. So, I'm so bummed that you both weren't
19:31
there, but it sounds like we might get another opportunity later
19:34
this week as the competition unfolds so exciting.
19:38
And I mean, the US women's team is like,
19:41
was the team to beat for so long.
19:44
Oh, yeah. I mean,
19:45
I think that's what's been exciting is,
19:47
I think for the longest time,
19:49
you know, the United States was kind of the mark of
19:52
excellence for women's soccer and sports.
19:54
And I think now,
19:56
like you mentioned, the World Cup really changed that,
19:58
you know, we,
19:58
they didn't even make it to the,
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I think, semi finals and quarterfinals.
20:03
And you had other teams like Colombia and Spain really for the
20:07
first time making a global announcement that there is a new wave
20:12
and a new movement in women's sports.
20:13
And it is just so exciting to see.
20:16
I know that your work with drafted,
20:18
you kind of help amplify Latinas in sports,
20:21
right? So would you say that the landscape of women
20:24
in sports has been changing?
20:26
Oh my gosh. Yeah,
20:27
I think there's a global investment.
20:30
not just financially for women's soccer,
20:33
but you have, you know,
20:34
leagues like Liga MX coming up and getting some incredible names coming
20:39
out of those teams.
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You have ESPN and CBS are finally covering these sports live,
20:45
which we know is important to create that next generation fan and
20:48
be able to build,
20:49
you know, our messi in the world,
20:51
our lebron James. And so I think overall it's,
20:55
it couldn't be a better time to be a woman athlete,
20:58
it couldn't be a better time to be a,
20:59
a fan of women's sports and it's just going to get bigger
21:02
and better. I feel like women in sports too.
21:04
They're so much more committed.
21:06
Like, you know,
21:06
like we hear about men's soccer and it's like,
21:08
ok, cool, all dramatic.
21:09
They'll fall like these women,
21:11
I've been to a match myself and dude,
21:14
like they hit hard like they take some serious falls.
21:18
So it's about time to get the record and they deserve
21:20
for all of their hard work.
21:22
Karina lastly, who are you rooting for?
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Like who should we keep an eye on?
21:27
That's tough. So I'm Cuban and Paraguayan Cuba didn't make it
21:30
And I think Paraguay is on their way out as
21:32
of today. So that leaves me.
21:35
I, by default,
21:36
I, of course,
21:36
I've always gonna triumph for and when want the US to win
21:39
But I think as a,
21:41
as a Latina and somebody who just loves the progress of women's
21:44
sports, I would love to see Colombia take the win.
21:47
I would love to see Mexico really use this momentum and make
21:51
their, their global stamp on the progress that they had.
21:55
or even Brazil.
21:56
I mean, I think they've also made big strides and so
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I'm rooting. I'm,
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I'm keeping an eye on those three teams and I'm hoping that
22:04
one of them makes a,
22:06
a really strong contention for the title.
22:07
OK. We'll definitely keep an eye on them as this
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cup finals as everything continues with these.
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Thank you again,
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Karina so much for joining us.
22:18
Where can we find out more information about what's happening in sports
22:22
Yeah, you can find out through on social media.
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So on, we are drafted,
22:25
co are on tiktok through,
22:28
we are drafted where we're covering all of the stories of Latinas
22:31
in sports and of course,
22:32
taking a big interest right now in the,
22:34
in the Gold Coast.
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Thank you so much.
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Thank you. Thank you,
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dude. We're definitely going to have to make it to the
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next. Honestly, like I said,
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I got FOMO just hearing about it.
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I'm like I would love to be there.
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I'm gonna look at the schedule.
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I know so you can buy these ticket.
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Florida lawmakers are back in the news but this time it's about
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a bill that would limit social media access for minors.
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Mhm The controversial bill is created as a response to Florida's concerns
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about minors access to social media platforms and it would raise the
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minimum age for social media users to 16.
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Even if their parents gives them access and approval to get on
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these platforms and if their parents give them the permission,
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it sounds like the law is the law no matter what your
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parents says. Isn't that crazy.
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So even the government has more control over the parents on this
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one. That's pretty well it in Florida.
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But yeah, so the Senate in the House already approved
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the bill and the state hopes that it would prevent more Children
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from falling victim to the addictive programming of some of these apps
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I mean, Tik Tok,
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I'd be addicted too sometimes.
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So sometimes I just go in on a downward spiral on,
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on tiktok. But in addition,
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over the last few years,
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there has been an increase in suicide rates and cyber bullying
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And so the supporters of the bill are hoping that this
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kind of helps that and you know,
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lower those numbers. But yeah,
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again, social media,
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there's good, there's bad.
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It's, it's, it's a mixed bag I think.
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Yeah, and like a growing up,
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it's like we didn't have that myspace was when I first got
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a taste of it.
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It's a whole another monster now,
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you know. Yeah,
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it's so different now.
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So yeah, I mean,
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to kind of bring more light to this,
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we actually have the Sarria family which you,
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you're gonna recognize right away when bring them on to share
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their own take on social media and going viral and stuff like
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that. But let's bring them on Zamaripa family.
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Thank you for having us.
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Thank you girls and we appreciate it.
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First of all, what are your thoughts on this band?
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I feel like I understand where Florida is coming from,
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but it's not fair for those kids that are actually and for
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those families that are actually using the social media in the right
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way. So it's kind of like a double edged sword,
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you know what I mean?
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And as a parent,
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how do you navigate social media with your kids?
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So, for example,
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since they have their own account,
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they like to make their own videos and they'll go to my
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mom and they're like,
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mom, can we post this and my mom will check everything
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She's like, hm,
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I don't know, hold on,
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take this part off or take this.
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So she kind of helps us.
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So we will target and stuff like that and they're not allowed
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to answer any messages.
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They all come to me.
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They have curfews, they do have curfews on their phones.
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They both have parental control on their phones.
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Screen time, screen time.
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She used to have screen time for a long time because they
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did not have phones.
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It is our job to protect our kids.
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You should be using those parental controls as it is already they're
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there for a reason.
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I understand that some people aren't educated on social media.
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I know because my mom,
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that's my mom. You know,
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if something comes up,
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I always tell them,
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hey, you don't answer anything like just like she sends us
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videos saying, oh yeah,
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I'll be in school.
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My mom's like, and it's a whole tiktok of people putting
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pills into the smarties and stuff like that.
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So I'm like, ok,
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so what kind of reaction did your family get when your,
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when your video went viral?
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Was it was it like,
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all positive? Do you also see where,
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you know, like some concerns all they've been doing videos since
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they were in diapers?
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I think she started,
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she started it. They've been doing videos and I used to
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have like Snapchat and,
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and everybody that knew us so they knew me.
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They're like, oh my God,
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it says N tu oh my God,
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you guys should have a show.
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Then Tik Tok came along,
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they showed me how to use tiktok.
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But then I was like a family one and then it just
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went back and forth and everything was positive because everybody's like,
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we always knew me and my sisters always had a mentality.
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We like, we're going to get famous.
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We're going to be famous on Tik Tok.
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We can do this and then when it hit us,
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we're like, OK,
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what do we do now?
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For another thing? What do we do?
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And even me and I'm like,
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everybody, they'll send messages be like,
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oh, Miss Mara this and that.
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I'm like, God,
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I'm like, at least you guys got famous for something funny
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I let everybody know me for like we don't have,
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I feel like, oh,
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well, it is what it is.
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They have big personalities.
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Like definitely I was telling the Morita I'm like,
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imagine if they took social media away from you,
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what would happen? They would have to go back to doing
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our dishes. Our no.
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Oh my God. It's so I can only say for what
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happens here in my household,
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I can, as you can see,
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I have my hands full with the five girls.
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So this is what works for me.
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The parental controls, the educating them,
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the speaking to them and uno de papa a macron your policy
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like La Ya. I is like the,
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oh, I have to do it because now I'll get my
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phone taken away. You get,
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this is very sneaky.
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So I know who as a parent she's like who you need
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to spend more time with that name.
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And before we hop off guys,
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Camila have your bangs grown back.
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I know. Not really.
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And now every time she complains that her BS poke out my
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mom's like Valentina, we need to cut her hair again because
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I'm officially her stylist when it comes to cutting hair.
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I don't want to,
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she wants him and she's like,
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I don't want, I don't want to cut him.
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I wanna go to professional honey.
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I am a professional.
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So. Oh, well,
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thank you guys so much for coming on.
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And where can everyone find you?
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What are your social media handles?
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Mine is ours,
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you know, PP 956 EC with 11 F so it's in
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Spanish P 96 on tiktok and then Grecia Zamaripa on Instagram and
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also P 956 on youtube and same for Facebook,
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Grecia Zamaripa and Valentina.
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Mine is Valentina Zamaripa on Instagram and tiktok.
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Awesome. I'm happy.
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I'm smiling. I'm so glad I finally got to meet you
29:54
I was like,
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I'm never going to meet them.
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I was excited but I got to meet you guys.
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I watch your stuff.
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I was in the car and my mom's like,
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do you know them?
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And I was like,
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I think he said,
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I don't know. And she's like,
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look, it's them finding that you need to look at their
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job. I'm so I love it.
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I strive to have a family like yours that you guys are
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goals. We didn't say go back to school.
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I know you guys went out but you guys go back.
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It's lunch time guys.
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Thank you. Oh Those are beautiful.
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Honestly, Cemento Joyas.
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I have baby fever like I'm good at,
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I am gonna have five kids and,
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and we're all gonna be Tik Tok famous.
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I'm excited. It's so cute.
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It looks like such a beautiful,
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like loving home. Like there's always laughs and,
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and mama is gonna lay down a lot too.
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That's why I like it's like,
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you know what like,
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you know, we can have fun.
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Yeah. Honestly like that,
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that super mom right there.
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Well, what a show.
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You, sorry. Well,
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what a show. What a show.
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Yeah. Are they gonna keep copying me?
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Anyways? Thank you guys for tuning in.
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I'll see you next time.
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Maybe I won't. We had a false alarm last night with
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the baby. But still not here.
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So she's still chilling.
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The show goes on and I'm Jenny and we'll see you on
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the next one. See you guys.