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Viral Bad Boys, Latina Mom Hoarders and Partnerships vs. Rings

La Comadre on dealing with elderly Latina hoarders, a ranking of criminals who induce thirst, the signs you’re getting engaged and the funniest sounding Spanish language words. Plus Bloomberg columnist Leticia Miranda on the declining fortunes of the engagement ring business.
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Welcome to Lincoln Bio.
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Bio. Bio. Lincoln Bio.
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Where's the sign? We're not doing,
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signing today, I guess.
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Welcome back to Lincoln Bio.
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Episode three. I'm Alejo and I'm Jenny and we are here
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to give you a daily dose of news and trending topics.
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So let's get into it.
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Ok. Starting off.
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We're talking about bad boys.
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Is that correct? Oh,
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yes, we're talking about bad boys.
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So today we're ranking all of these bad boys that would
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make even our abuelitas clutch their pearls.
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Ok. I love that.
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So, real bad boys.
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Are you a fan of bad boys like in your dating like
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life or are you like the,
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the nice sweet boys or?
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I honestly, I think I'm at that point in my life
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where I do not want a bad boy.
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I want like a serious thing,
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but I would say,
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let's see, you have a little fun with one.
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I'm just kidding. No joking.
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Maybe not. So,
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first up we have the most recent viral bad boy Yemeni influencer
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Rashid Al Haddad.
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Oh, I love Mia Habibi King.
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Let me see him again.
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He's a hot pirate.
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Ok. All right.
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So he people are calling him the hot pirate.
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Nice. And Al Hadad filmed a Tik Tok of himself on
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a ship allegedly captured by healthy revolutionaries.
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A Shia Islamist organization that President Biden called a terrorist group.
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We don't know if Al Hadad is actually a healthy member or
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what is going on,
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but people are still calling him the hot.
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How the pirate and even Tim,
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how the chalet when people are thirsty,
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they're thirsty. That's all I'm gonna say.
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So. Mhm. What do you think sister?
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Would you date this bad boy?
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I'm a little thirsty.
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All right, I guess I'll take that as a yes.
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So let's add a little green check mark to that one.
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And next up who we got.
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Ok. So next up we have the OG hot convict Jeremy
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Meeks, the most famous criminal to go viral for his good
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looks. He became famous in 2014 after Stockton California police posted
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his mug shot on Facebook.
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Ok. All right.
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I remember this guy.
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And where did he go?
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Like so yeah, he does Tommy Hilfiger and even the hashtag
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was made hashtag free Jeremy Meeks was trending,
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of course, especially about women,
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women wanted freed, especially the Facebook girlies.
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I feel like a sera on there were like Jeremy Mio get
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whoo Jeremy and then now he has a net worth of $5
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million. So he's bad and rich bad and Bougie,
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you may say I love that.
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You know, that's a nice combo.
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and,,
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we had to include the hot fugitive Jonathan Cahill from England who
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is giving us peaky blinders vibe.
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Mhm. Is that the show with the hats?
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Oh, dang. What is always good looking criminals?
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Well, yeah, they're literal bad boys,
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I guess so. Cahill served a jail sentence for burglary but
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once out of prison in 2021 he violated his parole.
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Oh, that's hot.
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West Yorkshire police posted Cahill's mug shot on social media to try
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to find him but people were very unserious about it.
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Users wrote comments like,
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what's his crime breaking hearts or houses?
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Oh, that's funny.
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Hey, that's clever.
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And I hope he's not out in the cold.
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I have a spare room if he wants thirsty,
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thirsty. oh,
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and a pair of handcuffs.
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Oh, people are thirsty out there.
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Last up is Steven Perry who almost dethroned Jeremy meets when he
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became the new hot felon in 2021.
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0, let's have a look.
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Wait. Which one is it?
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This guy right here?
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Oh, I like,
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I like the bull cut.
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It's a bull or the Edgar like a UK Edgar maybe like
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Derby Shire England. Police arrested Perry with several others during a
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drug bust. When police posted about the arrest,
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they included mug shots of the two men.
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They charged Perry's mug shot stood out.
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So the other guy was ugly.
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I don't know, I guess because he stood out but with
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people going wild over him.
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So one ex user wrote I can fix Steven.
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I swear while another added,
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what prison is Steven in?
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I would just wanna chat.
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I'll be a little visitor.
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But actually, you know what,
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before we move on,
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which of these do you think?
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Is your bad boy?
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Your bad boy. He's cute.
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But the last one,
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the Stephen Perry dude,
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Stephen perry him and the hubby B King because I love you
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to hubby B King.
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All right. Well,
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if you guys are watching this,
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if you're locked up,
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you know, you need a pen pal.
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We got Jenny right here.
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DJ. All right,
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cool. Well, next story.
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What is the next story?
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Yes. And I mean,
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it's crazy with all these bad boys and felons.
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It's people don't care.
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I guess they just overlook the,
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the shit they've done.
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They might have killed somebody,
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they might have assaulted somebody and,
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but you know what,
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when you're thirsty, I guess love was it?
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Love blinds? You don't matter.
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Crazy world. We live in Pero Para.
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Anyways next story Coachella line up has been announced for
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2024 and people have thoughts.
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What do you think the thing I love about Coachella nowadays is
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they're adding more Latino artists.
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So I love that because I remember the back then I think
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the first well well known like Latino artist was Cafe Te Cuba
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and then Los Angeles Azules and people got so crazy over
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that. So they know they're like Latinos.
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That's the way to go.
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So, I'm like happy that they're putting more Latino artist.
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We should have our Crema resident Joshua Galvez dialing in with his
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own thoughts. Just if you,
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in case you don't follow crema.
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It's our music page here.
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A Mitu covering the news updates,
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you know, reactions to all this,
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anything. Music. Exactly.
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Josh, are you there?
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Can you hear us,
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bro? Where are you,
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bro? You told me to go south and I think I'm
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in the wrong south.
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It's snowing out here.
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I was gonna say I'm like,
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I thought we were talking about Coachella and you're like in the
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winter wonderland over there.
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You gotta send me some line up is hot.
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You guys see Peso Puma,
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Peso Puma young Miko.
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Yes, dude. Spice Tre the creator.
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Oh my gosh. Car,
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car. Yes. Thoughts on the overall line up.
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What do you think?
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Is it hot? Not?
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Is it like so,
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so let, let us know,
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I know people are hating on the lineup but they don't,
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they don't know the game yet.
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We gotta put them on game,
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right? We got Girl Ultra on Day two.
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I wanna see that song with her and CCO live.
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I mean, we're gonna have some L A love in there
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for sure, you know.
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and then we have Santa Fe Clan,
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the clan Banger.
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He's gonna do, I see soy.
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That'd be a sick song to see.
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Hopefully the whole stage is just jumping when we see that
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I mean, look at him so sick.
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I want to get tattoos like that for sure.
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And then we got,
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and then we got day three,
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our boy Eddie Zuco bringing the reggae vibes with the Latino vibes
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He's gonna,
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you know, he's gonna hear the song still coming out.
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I suck at it but I'll do it.
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I, oh my God,
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Josh, you know what?
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You should join him on stage.
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I think you have something there,
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buddy. Damn. I,
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I think I could do it right.
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I hopefully I don't get lost again though.
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Yeah, maybe. But again,
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thank you so much for calling in,
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bro. We really appreciate it.
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Thank you. Stay warm.
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We'll try to get you a Tamales Asap because it was
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nice to see you,
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especially just the bottom half of your face.
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But we'll let you go take care and hopefully
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we see you in L A soon,
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buddy. Bye bye.
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I think that was Josh.
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That was like the smile and everything.
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I'm also excited for J Balvin.
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J Balvin can put on that man.
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Could put on a show.
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I've seen him before.
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He's freaking amazing. I love him.
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No. Yeah. And actually I think he follows us.
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So J Balvin to UJ Balvin and I'm gonna just like be
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that guy. But if you have tickets for us and we're
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down to go out there and Golden Boys come through,
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you heard it? Like we're here just,
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you know, we're here.
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Just waiting. Chilling.
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Anyways. Hoarding is actually recognized as a diso disorder.
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I don't know if you've seen the show and,
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there are different levels to it.
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Ever wonder if hoarding could be linked to trauma.
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I mean, there's something there.
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It's like you don't wanna let this go.
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This my dad, he has his computer in the garage.
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I, I don't know,
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but he probably has a bunch of viruses from limewire and stuff
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like that. Shout out lime wire.
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He won't let go of,
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I'm like, I don't even know what turns on anymore,
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but he won't let it go.
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It's like why there's misdo coos,
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I'm like, I don't think so.
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So. It's definitely something there like the attachment,
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the psychological thing to it.
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Maybe we should explore this further,
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like understanding the five stages of hoarding and figure out ways to
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support our parents in a way that respects their experiences and culture
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What do you think?
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Yeah. And speaking of parents,
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I think, you know,
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it'd be good to have a parent join us is how do
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we tackle this discussion with them personally?
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So, if you don't mind,
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I wanna invite the Comadre on Comadre.
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Can you please join us?
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Yeah, I'll give her this one.
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Are we good? Ok.
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Exactly. I wanted to see your thoughts as an adult.
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As a mom. Are you a hoarder?
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What are your tips for other parents to kind of?
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Well, I, I have a mess.
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Pero is organized, you know,
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mess. Yes, I know where everything is.
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and it's clean.
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It's not, it's not.
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No, no, no,
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I see. No,
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it's a, no,
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no. Demi casa my house to limp to Don Deba
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I hear you talking about Rama,
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you know my com madre.
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I don't know how to say Comadre in English Pero,
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my comadre friend. Anyways,
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go ahead. Sonora,
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sorry. So Michael Madre she invited me to
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Rupo I it todos,
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everybody was talking about trauma and you know,
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the things they do and because of trauma and yo I just
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listen, you know John,
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I just listen. Yes.
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Yes. You, you were talking about it.
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Rama de Los Papas coming to America from,
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you know, from their home,
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they leave behind their family,
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their friends, everything they own.
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And so I think that hoarding does happen because we try to
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hold on Casa when you're gonna need something.
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No. A La Bolsa.
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You don't know how many times I wanted something that I did
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not have. Una bolsa de Regalo.
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Simple, simple things.
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Que mejor guards being organiz.
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No, PAA Graces Aio Aa.
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You know, we're no longer over there.
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P pe A but it's so,
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like you said, sparks joy and spark joy,
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you get rid of stuff.
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So what has been the hardest thing for you to let go
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Like, que,
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because I have done,
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did you donate it at least,
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or like, ok,
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Senora. I mean,
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yeah, that's tough.
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I mean, the,
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the collection of Coa Marcos is,
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oh my God es me that I have,
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I have double. Ok,
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so I got rid of like Juan of the Tre ones.
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the, the Rosa one,
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you know, the Flores.
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Is that one? That one?
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Yeah. All right.
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Well, I mean,
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I think,,
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we're gonna ask if you could maybe talk to our parents and
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just, you know,
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for sure.,
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actually our producer will get it from you on the way for
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your time. Well,
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yeah, let's,,
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let's reset real quick.
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All right. That go madre,
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man, she's something I love her.
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She's so funny. She's the best.
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But speaking of what's not the best,
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partnerships are actually killing the engagement ring business.
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I guess people just aren't as committed as they used to be
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I guess you can say,
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let's just say this story hits home.
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This story hits home and we'll leave it at that.
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But yes,,
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the bridal industry is still betting on good old fashioned marriage.
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But as we know,
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again, times are changing.
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So people, it seems like people are afraid of commitment or
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they're just the wedding.
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The fantasy of weddings is just not again,
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the big fairy tale.
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Everyone thought it was back in the day.
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It's not the goal.
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Yeah, I get it though.
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I know some couples,
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like, it's not really important to get married.
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That's not what they want.
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And that's totally fine.
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And then there's other couples that,
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like, I mean,
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they're maybe not in sync and that is ok.
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Crazy ex girlfriend over here.
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Oh, my God.
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Well, I mean,
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speaking of marriages we actually are gonna have Leticia Miranda
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a columnist for from the Bloomberg,
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join us to discuss more on this topic and show what's actually
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happening with this. Yeah,
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I wanna know what's up.
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So let's invite her on.
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Hey, Leticia, how are you?
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Hi, Leticia. Thank you so much for taking the time
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to join us. Yeah.
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Thank you. I appreciate it.
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I'm excited to talk to you all.
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Oh, yeah, same.
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I mean, let's unpack here.
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Partnerships and situationships are killing the engagement ring industry and you wrote
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a piece you know,
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kind of dissecting this more spec specifically with CNET.
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I don't know if you wanna get into that and kind of
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give us a little rundown of what's going on with them
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Yeah. Sure.
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So Cyne is the largest bridal jewelry jeweler in the country
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You probably know their stores.
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Kay Jewelers, Jared's Yeah,
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so they're kind of when you think of bridal jewelry,
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you think of a cygnet company.
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so, yeah,
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they're the biggest and,
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the last few years,
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they've had this theory that engagements have been down because
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of the pandemic. So people were putting off dating,
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and weren't really getting together in person as often as
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they did before.,
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but they,,
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they also have this theory that,
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you know, we're going to see a bounce back,
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in the next few years,
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more people are going to get engaged.
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And things will be back on track as they were before
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the pandemic. So you specifically said a word of that comment
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and you said it's a story.
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Is there some skepticism there of like,
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again how true this story is,
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is, I don't know,
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they're painting a different picture than what's actually going on.
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Yes, my read on things is that engagements likely won't
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bounce back to the way that they were before the pandemic
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even before the pandemic,
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marriage rates were falling.
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Fewer people are getting married.
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There's a higher number of people who cohabitate,
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live together with their long term partners but may not be
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thinking about marriage or even consider that.
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And there's just all kinds of new ways that people are
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committing to each other for the long term.
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And so it shows up in the data.
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And it's kind of hard to square that with Cnet's theory
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Cet is saying that their data,
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which is based around the set of metrics that they've created.
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It's a proprietary metric.
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But they have this metric that shows that in a
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couple's lifetime together, in up until they get engaged,
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they hit 45 milestones.
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And by the time they hit 27 of them,
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they're pretty likely to get engaged.
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So some of these milestones can be like,
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you know, adopting a pet together,
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going to a concert together.
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And one of the ones that they say means that
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a couple is highly likely to get engaged is to go on
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a trip together. And so my argument is that all
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of these things are happening,
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but people may not actually want to get married at the end
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of that, that doesn't necessarily say that people are going to
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go out and buy a ring and do the whole thing.
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I mean, who knows?
17:59
Maybe s that might start a campaign hashtag you know
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rings for situationships,
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who knows? I'm sure they'll think of something but it'll
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be interesting to see how this rolls out and just plays out
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We'll keep tabs on my sister here and also
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keep you in the loop to see.
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Again, here's a market strategy research thing going on.
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But thank you so much for your time and I appreciate all
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the again, the whole breakdown.
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Yeah. Thank you for having me on.
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Thank you. So much,
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Leticia and speaking of sketchy stuff happening in the business world,
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a new study is showing that,
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fast food franchises are actually,
18:36
you know,
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there's a rise in child abuse hiring kids as early as 13
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overworking them kids that are still in high school again,
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they, they're allowed to work but the hours and the stuff
18:48
they're making them do on the clock are a big,
18:51
no, no. But like why is it happening?
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I mean, a lot of it's just the franchise themselves,
18:55
not corporate, but the franchise again,
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individually owned and operated up,
18:59
you know, locations of big brands are again violating the child
19:03
labor laws. Yeah,
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they're hiring the teens to work illegally again.
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More than three hours on school nights,
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work late and just do tasks that are specifically not for,
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they're not allowed to legally fast food companies.
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Again, the franchise are the worst culprits with having some of
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the highest violation rates.
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It's so bad that even the Biden administration announced a crackdown on
19:24
child labor last year.
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They see that the rise of immigration from,
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of Children, from Latin America,
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arriving without their parents,
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the employee employers are trying to,
19:32
you know,
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get this out of,
19:35
can we not? Thank you.
19:39
So, yeah, I mean,
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again, they're just finding any way they can to bend the
19:44
rules and get around all the regulations.
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So something's gotta be done.
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Oh, and actually while I thought this was trying to get
19:52
you know, under control.
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Apparently some states are actually letting kids as early as 12 ask
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for a permit to work at these again establishments,
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businesses and go into the work force.
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Yeah. So as early as 12,
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dang, that's crazy.
20:09
I mean, I started working at like 16,
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at 16. What,
20:12
what was your first job at Carniceria?
20:16
Ironically, what, so what did you do at the Carniceria
20:19
I was a cashier.
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Yeah, I was a cashier but I don't know,
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I can't imagine working at like 12.
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Like I was just being a kid,
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you know, hopefully Congress is doing its thing to get solved
20:32
resolved. Next story,
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funny words from child abuse to funny words.
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This isn't going in the right order,
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right in the episode.
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It is, this is this order.
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All right guys bear with me here.
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So we're back up,
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we're, we're back baby.
20:50
We're so back. funny words in Spanish.
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I mean, I feel like you have a few that you
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want. So I said squint because I think that's pretty
21:00
funny, like, like squint like it's fun to say squint
21:04
squint. It's funny to say I love it.
21:07
But let me give you guys some context.
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So we actually posted a a post on our Instagram asking
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you guys what's a funny word in Spanish?
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And you guys are not disappoint as always sometimes like a lot
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of times the comments are funnier than the actual post itself and
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you guys went off and we're one,
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we're gonna go through our favorites and actually James covered the first
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one. Twinkly. I love that one.
21:27
It's so fun to say,
21:28
but it comes from NAAT.
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So it comes from like the Nahua language.
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And yeah, I mean,
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it does sound like it,
21:39
it's an indigenous word for sure.
21:43
Like a, like a,
21:44
like a tr so maybe like,
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yeah, like a little kid.
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Like, I cannot try the soles.
21:53
Like, don't bring her her little Travis.
21:55
You know, like a little like,
21:57
or like when you,
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it's also candy. Have you ever had the Quiles?
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It's a candy. Yeah,
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it's a, it's a Mexican candy.
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It's good. It's so good.
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It's like maybe we can try it next time.
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We'll try next time.
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And,, next up we have Bumpies bumpies.
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That's, I love that word it means but,
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you know, booty.
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But it's just, again,
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it sounds funny. It's like,
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instead of what's, I'm sure there's a scientific term for this
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we could use. But instead Mijo,
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I like, you know,
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like as a baby.
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Yeah. OK. Pom,
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pom or, or like when,
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when someone say I Tunas pompa,
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pompa Popi is like the pompa is like pompa,
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those are pompa like,
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you know. Yeah.
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All right. And then next up we have Sapta.
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Sapta. I don't even think this is funny but it sounds
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like it's misspelled. Well,
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anyways. you know,
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that's the beauty of the Spanglish and the no Sao generation
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Shout out to all the noso out there.
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But Zacapa essentially it means a pencil sharper.
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Exactly what it zaps and that's,
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that's why I like it.
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It like, it literally is Zacapa.
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It gets the point out of your pencil.
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Exactly. Exactly. Yeah,
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I like that about it.
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And then next up we have Chipote,
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dude. I love that word.
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Like I, I imagine when someone says Chipote so fun to
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say but it's like when in Loy tunes when they get hit
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by A PP and then it's just like a Chipote,
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that's when you hit your head somewhere.
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I know ono little bruise on your head.
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That's a fun word.
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That's a fun word.
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What is it? A but again,
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I think like the immature person child in us caca,
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I like how that the hate but I think technically it's,
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you know, taca from the earth.
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That's why I like it.
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I mean my immature as like,
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OK, anyways caca hate what do we call this pants
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OK. And shout out the fucking the user name.
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Donald J Trump is a bach Shout out to the for
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commenting this we have pan which is like slippers like chunk
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class. I, I mean,
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I think like fuzzy slippers and I think the pan class,
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right? And maybe it was me.
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I thought it was ah dude,
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I was gonna say the same thing.
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I thought it was pans.
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That's how I pronounce it.
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Yeah. Interesting. But I mean,
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shout out to Pan Tula out there.
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So yeah, what's the next one?
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And ok, and we,
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oh the f the king himself.
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Fluffy, fluffy Pelota.
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That is a funny word.
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Pelota. Let's just,
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yeah. Where does it come from?
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Let's see. So,
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you know what,
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this isn't over yet?
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Hold on. Ho can we hold?
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I'm trying to. Ok.
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You know what Pelota?
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That's the last word of this round up.
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Thank you, everybody to that commented.
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Keep watching. Hopefully we're back for the next one.
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This is so bad.
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Ok, let's thank you.
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Scared. It might stab me anyways because this is not Jonathan
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so bad. All right,
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can we just turn off the lights?
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We're done? Thank you guys for tuning in and we'll see
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you on the next one.
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Hopefully. Bye guys.