19 Burst results for "Alondra"

Officials: Violent extremists pose 'elevated threat' to US

AP News Radio

00:54 sec | 3 months ago

Officials: Violent extremists pose 'elevated threat' to US

"Intelligence officials say violent extremists pose an elevated threat to the U. S. B. and warning more violence is almost certain to calm this year the blunt assessment echoes a warning from FBI chief Chris ray earlier this month the problem of domestic terrorism has been metastasizing across country for a long time now and it's not going away anytime soon and one yesterday from homeland security secretary Alondra may Orchis who call domestic violent extremism the biggest threat to the homeland fueled by different ideologies including ideologies of hate against particular social groups the report says racially motivated extremists and the malicious pose the most lethal threat and given what the officials called contentious socio political factors motivating violence the threat is likely to grow this year Sager mag ani Washington

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"alondra" Discussed on WBEZ Chicago

WBEZ Chicago

02:53 min | 3 months ago

"alondra" Discussed on WBEZ Chicago

"Was wearing a suit. So he was. He's been wearing suits this whole life like he's always wanted to be a professional man. After earning his associates degree from Fresno City College, David started his business and family. He and his wife, Frances, Calderone had six kids. The youngest is 12. David was proud to give them more than he had, and he worked hard to do it. During tax season. Alondra says she go days without seeing her dad he leave for work early in the morning and come back late. This past tax season was especially long. Because the pandemic extended filing deadlines into July. So in June, when David's oldest daughter, Paloma Becker, got a call from her dad on her 25th birthday, she knew he was swamped in work. They just told me like, Oh, happy birthday, but like I could already hear him coughing and I just assumed I'm like, Oh, maybe it's because of tax season. He usually gets a cold every talk season, but it wasn't just a cold. David started having trouble breathing. Even getting up to use the bathroom became difficult. Had covert 19. Wait a week After Paloma's 25th birthday, the family called 911 David was admitted to the hospital and put on oxygen. Three days later, Paloma Alondra and the rest of the family had a facetime call to celebrate their brothers. 19th birthday. David joined too. Hey, had his hospital gown on was doing very little. Talking, but like he had a small in his face, and they seem to be breathing better that day on, we all just talked, and we're like, When do you think you can come home? You know, just normal chit chatting like that, and then Still had a sense of humor. He was playing with his hair. And he was like pretending to grab a bug out of his hair and eat it because, like he hasn't showered in a long time, like like he would be like, Oh, like I'm getting my dinner. I would. I would just be like you again. He would laugh because he thought he was so funny, you know, always laughing at his own jokes more than other people honestly. Don't think it necessarily felt that great though, And so I think he was trying really hard to Make all of us feel better. I think I think he was afraid by then. It's just something that I like new, like Deep down. I'm like I know my dad's afraid. Even as his condition worsened. David tried to reassure his kids. We we have a group shot for his Children and him on Lee and we were like, Poppy. How are you feeling? And he's like I'm feeling great guys with like a smiley face Emoji smiley face. But the next day he.

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"alondra" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

02:51 min | 3 months ago

"alondra" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Always wanted to be a professional man. After earning his associates degree from Fresno City College, David started his business and family. He and his wife, Frances, Calderone had six kids. The youngest is 12. David was proud to give them more than he had, and he worked hard to do it. During tax season. Alondra says she go days without seeing her dad he leave for work early in the morning and come back late. This'll past tax season was especially long because the pandemic extended filing deadlines into July. So in June, when David's oldest daughter, Paloma, beggar, got a call from her dad on her 25th birthday. She knew he was swamped at work. They just told me like, Oh, Happy birthday, but like I could already hear him coughing and I just assumed I'm like, Oh, maybe it's because of tax season usually gets a cold every talk season, but it wasn't just a cold. David started having trouble breathing. Even getting up to use the bathroom became difficult. Head covert 19. A week after Paloma's 25th birthday, the family called 911 David was admitted to the hospital and put on oxygen. Three days later, Paloma Alondra and the rest of the family had a facetime call to celebrate their brothers. 19th birthday. David joined too. Hey, had his hospital gown on was doing very little. Talking, but like he had a small in his face, and they seem to be breathing better that day on, we all just talked, and we're like, When do you think you can come home? You know, just normal chit chatting like that, and then Still had a sense of humor. He was playing with his hair. And he was like pretending to grab a bug out of his hair and eat it because, like he hasn't showered in a long time, like like he would be like, Oh, like I'm getting my dinner. I would. I would just be like you like that he would laugh because he thought he was so funny, you know, always laughing at his own jokes more than other people honestly. Don't think it necessarily felt that great though, And so I think he was trying really hard to Make all of us feel better. I think I think he was afraid by then. It's just something that I like new, like Deep down. I'm like I know my dad's afraid. Even as his condition worsened, David tried to reassure his kids. We? We have a group chat for his Children and him on Lee and we were like, Poppy. How are you feeling? And he's like I'm feeling great guys with like a smiley face Emoji smiley face. But the next day he Had to get intubated..

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"alondra" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

02:50 min | 3 months ago

"alondra" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Suit. So he was. He's been wearing suits this whole life like he's always wanted to be a professional man. After earning his associates degree from Fresno City College, David started his business and family. He and his wife, Frances, Calderone had six kids. The youngest is 12. David was proud to give them more than he had, and he worked hard to do it. During tax season. Alondra says she go days without seeing her dad he leave for work early in the morning and come back late. This'll past tax season was especially long because the pandemic extended filing deadlines into July. So in June, when David's oldest daughter, Paloma Becker, got a call from her dad on her 25th birthday, she knew he was swamped in work. They just told me like, Oh, happy birthday, but like I could already hear him coughing and I just assumed I'm like, Oh, maybe it's because of tax season. He usually gets a cold every tax season, but it wasn't just a cold. David started having trouble breathing. Even getting up to use the bathroom became difficult. Head Covert 19. A week after Paloma's 25th birthday, the family called 911. David was admitted to the hospital and put on oxygen. Three days later, Paloma Alondra and the rest of the family had a facetime call to celebrate their brothers 19th birthday. David joined too. Hey, had his hospital gown on was doing very little talking. But like he had a small in his face, and they seem to be breathing better that day, and we all just talked and we're like one. Do you think you can come home? You know, just normal chit chatting like that, and then Still had a sense of humor. He was playing with his hair. And he was like pretending to grab a bug out of his hair and eat it because, like he hasn't showered in a long time, like like he would be like, Oh, like I'm getting my dinner. I would. I would just be like you like and he would laugh because he thought he was so funny, you know, always laughing at his own jokes more than other people honestly. Don't think it necessarily felt that great though, And so I think he was trying really hard to Make all of us feel better. I think I think he was afraid by then. It's just something that I like new, like Deep down. I'm like I know my dad's afraid. Even as his condition worsened, David tried to reassure his kids. We? We have a group chat for his Children and him on Lee and we were like, Poppy. How are you feeling? And he's like I'm feeling great guys with like a smiley face Emoji.

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"alondra" Discussed on WLRN News

WLRN News

02:49 min | 3 months ago

"alondra" Discussed on WLRN News

"Wearing a suit. So he was. He's been wearing suits this whole life like he's always wanted to be a professional man. After earning his associates degree from Fresno City College, David started his business and family. He and his wife, Frances Calderone had six kids. The youngest is 12. David was proud to give them more than he had, and he worked hard to do it. During tax season. Alondra says she go days without seeing her dad he leave for work early in the morning and come back late. This past tax season was especially long. Because the pandemic extended filing deadlines into July. So in June, when David's oldest daughter, Paloma, beggar, got a call from her dad on her 25th birthday. She knew he was swamped in work. They just told me like, Oh, Happy birthday, but like I could already hear him coughing and I just assumed I'm like, Oh, maybe it's because of tax season. He usually gets a cold every tax season, but it wasn't just a cold. David started having trouble breathing. Even getting up to use the bathroom became difficult. Had covert 19. Week after Paloma's 25th birthday. The family called 911 David was admitted to the hospital and put on oxygen. Three days later, Paloma Alondra and the rest of the family had a facetime call to celebrate their brothers 19th birthday. David joined too. Hey, had his hospital gown on was doing very little. Talking, but like he had a small in his face, and they seem to be breathing better that day on, we all just talked, and we're like, When do you think you can come home? You know, just normal chit chatting like that, and then Still had a sense of humor. He was playing with his hair and he was like pretending to grab a bug out of his hair. It eat it because, like he hasn't showered in a long time, like like he would be like, Oh, like I'm getting my dinner. I would. I would just be like you like that He would laugh because he thought he was so funny. You know, I always like to get his own jokes more than other people honestly. Don't think unnecessarily felt that great, though, And so I think he was trying really hard to Make all of us feel better. I think I think he was afraid by then. It's just something that I like new, like, Deep down. I'm like I know my dad's afraid. Even as his condition worsened. David tried to reassure his kids. We we have a group shot for his Children and him on Lee and we were like, Poppy. How are you feeling? And he's like I'm feeling great guys with like a smiley face Emoji smiley face. But.

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"alondra" Discussed on KFI AM 640

KFI AM 640

01:33 min | 6 months ago

"alondra" Discussed on KFI AM 640

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"alondra" Discussed on KCRW

KCRW

01:41 min | 7 months ago

"alondra" Discussed on KCRW

"Up too, right lanes there, and that's got to slow from Alondra Boulevard And in Riverside. This one is the 2 15 north bound of Martin Luther King Boulevard, got a crash in the middle lane That's got to slow from about Van Buren. Warm out there right now. Currently 81 degrees in Burbank 77 of Woodland Hills at 70 in Inglewood at 3 20. This is all things considered from NPR news. I'm Ari Shapiro and I married Louise Kelly. Millions of school Children around the country are learning in front of a computer screen this year. Most are being taught by traditional public schools. But more and more their parents have been turning to a very different model, a model with a checkered history virtual for profit charter schools while we're going to dig in these next few minutes on the subject and our guide Is on your cabinets of the NPR education team. Hey, Anya. Hi, Mary Louise. I am not sure that I know what a virtual charter school is. Explain. Okay, So the virtual part means it's all online. Many of them offer a combination of pre recorded video lessons and written assignments. That charter school part means that families are choosing to enroll in the schools. They are free to families but paid for by taxpayers like any other charter school. And on the back end many times. There's a for profit company that's operating these virtual charter schools. So some big names are K 12 ink, which is changing his name to stride very soon, and connections Academy. Both of them are owned by publicly traded companies, and they've been around for about two decades. Other names include epic in Oklahoma and Excel in Ohio. So these schools were already online already doing virtual learning. How has the pandemic change the.

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LA Traffic Update

Behind Closed Doors

00:44 sec | 1 year ago

LA Traffic Update

"KABC KABC dependable dependable traffic traffic right right down down we we have have a a single single word word make make should should be be a a hole hole on on the the five five freeway freeway north north bound bound at at La La Paz Paz wrote wrote the the off off ramp ramp to to shut shut down down the the cleaning cleaning up up after after an an earlier earlier car car fire there until further notice also single learning what here six oh five freeway southbound rose hills road police activity has the offramp blocked there and stop and go from Peck road llama Radha the five south bound at valley view disabled vehicle on the shoulder and enough the whole thing slow from Alondra and in Monterey park on the ten was founded new avenues of the left lane is blocked with the crash of as traffic stop and go from San Gabriel Boulevard we'll have another KABC dependable traffic updates coming at seven oh three I'm ready fuller AM seven ninety KABC

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"alondra" Discussed on Latinos Who Lunch

Latinos Who Lunch

03:29 min | 3 years ago

"alondra" Discussed on Latinos Who Lunch

"You to purchase. A lot of them are handmade. So it's a cute kind of area to go shopping when you have a Sunday with your family. There's a lot of food to sell. It definitely worth stop in case you're looking for something to do on a Sunday show to who started this awhile ago. They're expanding to some Francisco. They're going to other cities. Wait on the LA LA LA, and I'm very proud of coma. Yes. Awesome. That took me. So I am going to recommend a podcast that I have been obsessively listening to. It's called Martius plate and it is three trans people, three people of color base set of New York, and I love him so much because they just kind of talk about their past experiences. They all have very varied backgrounds. Two of them are trans women. One of them's a trans man, and I really have been obsessed with the TV show pose lately that just out on FX they do recap shows of that. So I watch an episode of pose and then I go listen to the marshes plate episode of them, like breaking down the episode, which is so awesome. So again, hashtag Martius plate look them up. It's a beautiful podcast. So I. I am excited because there's so much good music coming out. It's the summer. It seems like the beginning of the summer at the end of the summer is when everything comes it because there's a market for the summer, but there's a market for the fall. And right now we had. Singer from some Francisco, but she actually grew up in Chile. Her name is Francisco violence, Wella. She hasn't come out with music since two thousand fourteen. And I remember casually hearing about her even though she's big in in Chile, and I just listened to the latest single. So I mean, it's been three years since you for years, and she came out with music. She's going into a completely different direction a little bit more electronic. There's a little bit more of even. I don't know. There's different sounds that I haven't heard from her because in a way she's more pop commercial in Chile. But if this single is any indication of the material that is coming from her is going to be off the hook, the name of the single asto mommy in once again, that is five Francisca violence Wella everybody checkout. Yeah. Thank you. Thank you. Thank you. All right. Any final words everyone. Now, just thank you for letting this beyond here and kind of share a story. And you know, we're just looking to see where this company takes us and hopefully keep getting posts or keep getting pictures from our customer than join what we're doing. So thank you and thank you. We're just so happy that you reached out and we love your stickers, and we're so happy that you're part of Latinos who now which is so cool in our listeners are also obsessed with you guys. Whenever we do your giveaways people for free. It's so awesome. Yeah, so awesome. Yes, and thank you because this is a good example of when you want something you can just go for it. You went to store and that spark a whole thing that can end up being your your whole futures. So congratulations to both of you and thank you again for representing us in all kinds of different ways. Not just the same way over and over again. He has his aesthetic. Thank you so much. And as.

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"alondra" Discussed on Latinos Who Lunch

Latinos Who Lunch

01:42 min | 3 years ago

"alondra" Discussed on Latinos Who Lunch

"And we're back, all right, it's time for recommendations. This is a part of the show where we give shout outs to whatever we want. All right, who wants to go. I I give shout out to be side label in Japan. The company that inspired us with that weird sticker. Nothing is going to become legendary. We should make. We should ask we just by this image. Okay, good luck. I want it. Yes. Yes. Yeah. Okay. That'd be awesome. So do they have an Instagram? Do they have? They do be said label five, eight, nine, two down. Okay, awesome. Islander. I wanted to give shot at Tim, my fellow Lambda data Nusa Verdy Inc, sister and small business owner. France is. She is also a vendor at Monka headed omen, ghetto and her Instagram is Leah, underscore crafts to make super q gunshot inspired thing. She has a little gunshot many badge real for your work badge. So there's a lot of cute stuff that she had makes in case. And if it is interested in checking her stuff out. And just so people don't know what to them and. And ghetto is their first time listening because we talked about it all the time. Can you explain what what that is sill Ed? I think they said they're the biggest Latin necks pop up in the country. So every I think it's a second Sunday of the month. They get together last across the street from let it over in Los Angeles by downtown, and there is over one hundred vendors onsite. They have a tons of cool let the inspired items for.

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"alondra" Discussed on Latinos Who Lunch

Latinos Who Lunch

05:07 min | 3 years ago

"alondra" Discussed on Latinos Who Lunch

"It's nice appropriating their culture so much goes in Tokyo. There. Yeah. Yeah, it's pretty cool. When I got out there, I realize that there's the clubs. I think they'd love your stickers over there. Yeah, thank you. I mean, what I know about Asia as American culture super-popular. Yeah. So we bring our stickers, they're, they're considered American stickers, not just Tino stickers? Yeah, I think it will work in that sense. Although I wanna bring make our culture more known over there as well. So that's that's the plan. Your story. In my head, I'm like, oh my God. How are we going to do this? While he telling you dreams? That's a good balance. Yeah, I have a question for you. Sure. If you had the choice of requesting a sticker, which one do you wanna? Do you guys have a good salary? We don't. I would want sicker. Yeah. Okay. That's what I want. Yeah, people. Yeah, pretty often. Yeah. Requests for cassette. How about you? I wanna buy little. We buy little, it's a toy to Mexican toy is like a stick. And then. How different we call it in El Salvador, recall it. A stick written, the new bounce it and it has to fit in the whole career? Yes. All I can think of it. But yes, I know exactly what you're talking about. Like central Americans are the best words probably such a good word. I think it's, I don't want to say also, no, this not not a good word. I think it's a feeding Nola. Radio. Well, let's go on top. I just I'm totally blanking, but I've played with them before. I don't know what. What do you want. I want you never told me what sticker you wanna make. I don't know. Have we ever made that I get to choose what stick. We still mine mine. I really wanted to in Lebanon Fritos, and it took me forever to make to make him get me the Blethyn. Oh, Fritos, but those are. That's really, Yep. That's what I do have an one. We don't have now one. Pusa. You got the, I just don't try to draw China. Y'all kinda like. No, you can't go wrong. The one I want the most kimchi just can't do it in to be. It's so hard. There's hundreds of kimchi and never like the same thing when you get it. Maybe if it's like an a bowl of rice with an egg, like with kimchi my read. Yeah idea. Yeah, work. Awesome. Okay. Well, it's time for a little break. And then when we come back, we will have some recommendations for everybody. Did it. A my God by believed to that big on my way. You know what I love. That was the original Linda Mitchell gone on east as ERT in Las Vegas, Nevada. Do you know how hard it was for me to come here and record this episode instead of actually going directly into Linda Mitch kind. You know what be the first thing I did when I got back to Las Vegas crystal and I got off the plane from Portland, Maine, and we went straight to Lindow Mitchell gone. They will study. What did I get? Oh, I got. I got tacos this last time and then all and you know that you know, we talk about the bowl of all a little little Cup of though you order the whole thing. I ordered a bowl and I was feeling a little under the weather when I came back, and that's really what I want. I want just like soup feel like home. Yes, I just wanted, you know, like when you're sick, you wanna eat soup. Yeah. Like all cumin therapy there or say like a bowl of they'll and the guys like you want the big one Kimmy. The biggest bowl, you have. Probably this big ass boulevard hill, but you know what? Bitch, I finished it. I finished. So you had that we know on this and you know what's awesome said, hey, guess what Mimi. His name was Scott guess what? I was like I am from Latinos lunch and listen to the Tino's who lunch, and he said, well, that's great. You get a discount and quantity. He actually gave me twenty five percent. I know. So go to image kind and say, hey, I am a Latino lunch listener, and they will give you twenty five percent off in that amazing Domingo crew go get them and you'll be set for Roda minute. Oh. Linda Majorca. The original save water drink..

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"alondra" Discussed on Latinos Who Lunch

Latinos Who Lunch

04:58 min | 3 years ago

"alondra" Discussed on Latinos Who Lunch

"Co girl and I have problems. No, I discovered when we started dating curry, Japanese, curry God. Yeah, I'm not a huge fan of it. There's a better place in. Little Tokyo tools. It's it's a tomah crew place. It's yeah, it's really good. Some we have that. Then there's cut to what's the process of the Korean concert. And we all fried pork. Here where they can bitch salad. I don't. It's called, but on the door or something. No idea. Brown Brown cuts new. It just opened like. Yeah. So I was a lot of Asian food. I think that's what, yeah, I didn't need a lot of. I didn't go outside of my comfort food before, but ever since we started dating, he is everything. So I'm kinda learn to Johnson exposed to more stuff and I like spicy food. So Korean food is super spicy, and it's it's amazing. So I think we gear a lot towards Asian food in terms of one where together at least. So I wanna talk about Asian restaurants just a little bit because I have I like to eat out a lot in Las Vegas, and there's a lot of really good Asian restaurants in Vegas, and I can tell right away when I walk into a restaurant, what kind of food it's going to be or like the quality of the food, it's going to be right by walk in and it's mostly Mexicans or Brown people and Asians. It's going to be like a step above a step. I was gonna have flavor. Labor, but sometimes they trick you and it's just like a step above panics press because we let the knows love. Latinos, love panics, say. Us from Vegas. I was drunk. I started crying, I sort of crying because he couldn't find paddock's fraud. It was was closed and. It was like the Gallup says, it's open. Why is it my panic. Open. I mean, we had hope. Yes, so panicked, I totally get you because life in terms of in terms of any sort of food. And then when you walk in and you feel like you walk into somebody's house or like your like, am I interrupting a family meeting You know that going. she is going to be right, like that's like the different levels. Right town, yeah, right. Like supposed to be in. No, go away. Quest, you feel unwelcome. That's the best food found. I love those places where you just like point at the pictures. You're like, I'm going to have. Yeah, yeah, yeah. I don't know how to pronounce it, but that's the one that I want. Yeah. So what's the future of blank tie because some people may think like, okay, stickers, but I feel like the possibilities are endless. Yeah, since you. Tough because it's it's your. It's your role to plan and you to. We're going to do. That's good. The business? Yeah. So the future, it's we get a lot of requests for for new products. So we give quest for pins patches. We've got about sticky notes, but that's just between the two of us. We're still thinking about access Sary's. Planning. Stationary. Station, you know? So now since we own the images, the possibilities for us really unless because that we can stick the images on whatever it is that we want. So right now we're focusing on obviously increasing our images because that's really where value is since we own after that we can print them on whatever we want. So for now I think we're going to focus on on just new stickers. And then once we get comfortable with this, then we're probably at that point we have no idea on the product side yet heavily stickers for another six months we, yeah, we pumping a ton of images. One about five hundred thousand in the next year. Just a lot of images in terms of operations. We do want to open a store or kiosk LA, but to go back to like full Sergio signed. I've been telling you since day one though. I want to open a shop in Tokyo that to me, you be fulfilled. Blink tags goal which is open to stop, opened a store next to decide. Okay. It's possible. I mean, the, there's a lot of there's a lot of Japanese subcultures that are like obsessed with Mexican culture, which I find really interesting because usually it's us..

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"alondra" Discussed on Latinos Who Lunch

Latinos Who Lunch

02:48 min | 3 years ago

"alondra" Discussed on Latinos Who Lunch

"And there is no creativity involvement is just the flag that's basically business comes onto when you work with a partner. That's your girlfriend boyfriend? Yeah, tons of communication. You're gonna. You're gonna have tons of disagreements, but when it comes to major things like this, this, this flags action big deal for us, but we really talked to this figure core. Why is a such a big issue where the pain points, how can I dress them each individually? Do you guys rest like 'cause it's all business and and balancing? Is there a place either mind space or actual place that you can go and like no sticker conversation at all? Let's just do our thing right now. It's taken over lives right now. I mean everywhere. The deadly. Linked to my. No. I mean, I feel like my safe place is department. I live with my parents and my grandparents, a lot of people still my safe places here because it's just him. But when I'm here, I sleep a lot. So I can't complain about like twenty four seven cigarette in this because I sleep and Remmy handles it for the most part when I'm when I'm here. So I have an out my is is pretty much here. I don't think Remmy has an out you're out of sleep. I'm sleeping. Time I have. No, I'm tired too. But the thing is that something you like everyone has a hobby? Right? So you go home, you do something to me. This is a hobby to the business. So I feel no burn out, like I love every bit of it. The only times I feel kind of house like we do events to. I have to haul things every morning the morning. Yeah, that's the point. We start thinking bigger picture, like, what do we do? We hire someone to do this, but everything else, the online stuff I do as my day job. So I love everything about it. So even like coating the site or even figuring out potential operations issues. So a big one was ship shipping and tracking like because we got a lot of emails like, hey, where's my sticker? What's taking so long. It really wasn't us as soon as can order. We ship it out ship here from home. We shift from the secret. Don't tell anyone. I'll let people your headquarters. Tech each q. Those kind of operational issues. I love those issues because it also applies to my day job. When my clients at work they have some like ecommerce issues. How would they even think through this kind of operational problem? I reference back to, I do my sticker business and my boss actually those he loves it. He loves that fact that can bounce back and forth, like trade ideas between my job and my stickers..

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"alondra" Discussed on Latinos Who Lunch

Latinos Who Lunch

03:11 min | 3 years ago

"alondra" Discussed on Latinos Who Lunch

"We realize that there are so many sources and and context that we can find inspiration from your eyebrows are so good. Notice. Actually done. Don't tell you about their good. They're good. But anyway. Yeah, you're right. Yeah. Pay attention. You can high ass. It's getting. So what was I going to ask you guys? I'm gonna end it all the shit out by the way. Live. Pay? What were you going with the question the question about the eyebrows or the novel four? No, about boxing us about how you are in a way breaking that mauled. I think I kind of have something to that. Yeah, but I think it's I, at least in my case, it's very important. My parents are Doran still going through and figuring out what images we making. I grew up in a place where there wasn't really a home for Salvadorans. We were boxed into Mexicans, and that was kind of what was expected that you were to the public who didn't understand Latin American countries. So growing up, you know, that's that's kind of what we were boxed into, and it's not obviously it's a completely different culture and sputum full, but it's not my culture specifically. So it was very important for me like knowledge, the existence of different cultures that people don't think about as much so we had to make as we had to make a Fritos, we had to make the sticker the first year that we made in terms of words with voting. And that was very important to me to acknowledge that there's a lot of different cultures that people just aren't kind of exposed to. And I think we're taking that right now to the next level because we keep getting. Read all the obviously us, and there's a lot of people who are just like, oh my God. Thank you for knowledge in that, you know, making Takata win cystic or you know what? Thick sticker. I mean, there's all of these other countries that just in at least in the LA market aren't represented and just to have something that you're just like, you can look at it and you can say that to me, that's why am and being able to showcase that in a certain way after for so long, not having any sort of product that was made tailored for you. I think that's a huge deal in terms of what we're trying to do because you know, we rely on our audience a lot. So when we get the DM saying, can you make a Hortus? That was one where I didn't know what it on hold. Yeah, it's a South American desert Leona misuse soccer player that's eat, supposedly. He loves it. Got. So we got its case, treat the election, I think. And it has sugar powdered sugar on top. And it's kind of like a cookie from what I've kind. Understand and don't say in the middle. Intrusive from Hindi. Yeah, but I think it's a lot in in South America of it. So we got a request when we went to, we all grow. So I was, we'll grow..

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"alondra" Discussed on Latinos Who Lunch

Latinos Who Lunch

03:33 min | 3 years ago

"alondra" Discussed on Latinos Who Lunch

"Yes, we balance each other out. He does think that I was like, oh, what are we doing? And sometimes like, no, we shouldn't do that. And he says, we need to when he tries it and it works. So you know, it's a lot of checking each other and making sure we try to stay on the same page. We have different perspectives for stuff which helps. But you know, it's working car, but you never know. I think we just, we just have such different personalities that somehow we manage to work together. We just have to the string. So we kinda like split out what we do in the business. Now that's getting a little bigger. We have to divide Inter's what we folks on. So she's events. Which used to do you notice that a lot here in LA. I don't know if it's just here places, but it seems like more and more couples are jumping on actually doing something together because the passage seem like that was a big, no, no, like you don't go into business with with your boyfriend or your girlfriend or your husband or wife, but I don't know. It seems like the rules of dating and the rules of relationships work, of course, have changed a lot so that allows room for something like this. How do you guys balance that relationship and then a business. For me, I knew early on that if we did something together like business, it would work because we had this weird game. We played on accident. So so she king my apartment one day and we had the same color iphone. It was white. The white back. I think silver white background. And one day she left. She took my phone. I had her phone. So the game of chicken, who's an opening. I read all the messages and we did. We both did it. And from there I was like, if we don't break up after this, I don't think I don't know what else could break us up. So now going to business, I always think about back then how that didn't break. So this business won't won't do that all, but I feel it has a lot to do with communication because of because I'm so risk averse. I like knowing exactly where we stand on the business side because that's going to make sure I, I know how to manage it relationship side sell, you know, we, we talk about stuff like prenups we talk about how much each person own. So those are conversations that you have to have. And the very uncomfortable, you know, but at least we know going into it, this is what I'm bringing to the table. And this is what you're bringing to the table and in case this doesn't work out. Obviously that's never what we plan. But if it doesn't work out, we know where we're at and we know how that affects the other one. So I think having that open line of communication and being able to have those hard conversations is what keeps us good on the business side. But also it doesn't let it interfere with where we are in terms of our relationship and also on the financial side to be more transparent with each other. Yeah, because we can't just take huge and her defining where the money, the money. When it comes to big time, risk always ask for her input, smaller risks that it's not going to really effective is-is just do it. Yes, sir. Forgiveness later. So looking at your at your website, blank tag, dot co. I really love the designs of the work I mean, and also the variety. Right. So you have a lot of Latino symbols. You know, the usual conscious. Everybody loves. Has been yet tacos, but then there's a lot of I saw a lot of Asian dishes noodles, different things like that, which is really cool. Your favorite co yacky. Yes. And so I wanna I wanna know how what?.

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"alondra" Discussed on Latinos Who Lunch

Latinos Who Lunch

04:12 min | 3 years ago

"alondra" Discussed on Latinos Who Lunch

"We have been together four and a half months for no, sorry, four and a half years. This whole company. If you went to Japan. Everything. I want her to hear that mistake. Yeah, I'm definitely ready. Yeah. What. Guess I wanna get a little background on both of you. So I know that you were. You're born here on the west coast, south LA, and then you kind of traveled all over because your family's a military family. Right? I was born in Korea. You're born in Korea. Okay. And, but you also said you were raised a lot of your time was spent in Maryland on the east coast and stuff? Yes. So when people ask where I'm from, I say Maryland because I don't want my whole life story. Yeah, but basically we're on a podcast grow head. Yeah, I was born in Korea, and then my parents, my dad's military. So we moved around a lot soften Korea to Alabama. That's a natural transition, of course. And then you go back to Korea and then Japan, Florida, Germany in Maryland. And then I moved to Nashville. LA forgot, Oklahoma, Oklahoma. Remember it was about. And. LA I have always lived in LA. I didn't move for college because it's too scared. And I, I just can't imagine being far away from families, so Remmy hot to move to LA so that we can make this work. And how did you to meet. A real. We've now line, and there was a point where I was not confident and comfortable in sharing that I met online. So. Now it was, but like we met four and a half years ago. So back then, I mean, you know, it's just I was just not comfortable saying we've online because it wasn't a thing yet, but we used to say we met at school since we were both USC alum and he was attending USC for a while. So that was the fake story that some people may know, but we actually met on. It was online that we met on. Okay. Cupid. Yeah, so that's that's how love story began told him or since you know, what was it? I'm I'm in severity, and there are a couple of of authorities out there. Still. He confused me for belonging to a different let the severity that I don't actually belong in dairy. That music. Confusing for another woman. Who would not be the. Started, and I was like, so upset that I had to respond to the message and then kind of, yeah. So I mean, worked out in long run, but at that point I was like, oh my God, how dare you. Talked to. He remembers you. Okay. So now I know professionally, you have different experience, and it's interesting to see both of you working together because you seem like you're very grounded here in LA, and I know that your professional work is very administrative and. Can I say what you do you? You were HR big company and then you traveled all around the world home to you is can be anywhere. Right? And then you're also into marketing and taking risks, and so having you to work together, it's kind of like the perfect team because you guys kind of push each other and check each other, which is really awesome. So can you talk about that a little bit? Yeah. I mean, I am. They're process oriented berry. You need to follow the process. You can't SRI away. We can't take risks. We have to very careful for making decisions and Remmy is. My job is digital marketing. So I always hoped clients, like, how do you find new ways to grow and new new revenue streams..

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"alondra" Discussed on Latinos Who Lunch

Latinos Who Lunch

04:05 min | 3 years ago

"alondra" Discussed on Latinos Who Lunch

"And from there I was like, all right, there's a lot of opportunity online because you can scale almost infinitely in time and space. So you don't have to be tied to any location and it did fine. But I was like, I want to do something different. I helping cook, but I wanna help people actually get closer with culture for me. I'm half Korean, Mexican. I feel more Korean, but I want to get in touch with the other side too. So what By better the way way to to do do it it. then to stickers. Right. So. Went to Japan. I saw that sticker of that really weird looking sticky on stick. It's really weird. I don't know how we're gonna post on. We're not gonna post on our Instagram page, but we'll show them. We'll put it in our story. Yeah, so that's ticker was really interesting. I was like, why people buy this doesn't click to anybody. It's just really strange. I heard about that. I bought it. Maybe you should recreate it. I totally would. Yeah. Said, no. Doing so we're walking Juku. We walked into the store and my mind was like like blown because there's basically been to stores ever that actually went the second chain in my life and how I perceive business businesses in like you just sell something to somebody, you want to help them, help them fill some need, right. That's how you really grow business. So when I won there and they immediately struck quarterly because these people, customer service was amazing, walked in, we don't speak Japanese English. They handed us a little basket and they just showed us how to put a sticker in and somebody was like more relevant to us like the sticker that little relevant animals. Not something super Japanese. Yeah. And so it was absolutely amazing. That's why I feel like go to our pop events. We have a little basket for people, their stickers and shout out to Markelle Hitomi type thing. Geyser three times. It's a cool van for people to go out to anyone's interest in. Yes. So the big aha moment was when we left the store and we were inherited Ukraine, it was like a really popular street where almost all tourists to that has to be real expensive in in order to sustain that, you need to sell a lot of stickers or you're parked has to be really good or your average order values. We just incredibly high. So I thought doing something really good now, how can we try something that relates to us in the US and something that's like I can grow online kinda last business. So it's online. It's scalable and it relates culture? Yes. So I got stickers were actually perfect for this. At the same time. We're on the bus going back to the airport from Korea, listening to another podcast, and they're talking about this guy that was selling stickers to middle school something and he was doing great. I was like, there's something sticker is how come there's nothing in the US that I think of stickers and this company. Yeah, right. You'd think soda Coca Cola, things like that. There are some more are synonymous because you think of thicker and everybody do their own. He's not like I, you guys were the first company that I can think about that you can have us election because everybody that is doing something is coming out with their own stickers. Yeah, that's exactly it. We couldn't find any company so she thought of stickers. He thought of that company, somebody wanted to brand herself immediately. But the other point was it has to be scalable. It has to be like culture driven, but we wanna be like the best in terms of stickers. So another little thing is on the flight to Japan. I read a book, it's called delivering happiness. So it's by Tony Shay, the founders apples. Oh yeah, we're familiar. We are. Gentrify. Right? So the thing. That book was there not a shoe company, a happiness company that just happens to sell shoes. So we thought the same thing, let's be happiness company. We deliver customer happiness happens all stickers that same time. So that was our model and still our model actually to this day, and it's going to be for me. Yeah. And you guys are together? We are together full. How long have you guys been together?.

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"alondra" Discussed on Latinos Who Lunch

Latinos Who Lunch

04:00 min | 3 years ago

"alondra" Discussed on Latinos Who Lunch

"So let's put together a huge which reflects the company because you're gonna have mazing product and everybody like everybody tells me when I opened my my computer, they're always, they're always want to know more about it. So why don't you tell us a little bit about the beginnings of of blind tag dead on? So we used to be in a long distance relationship. So we would actually travel to see each other. One of the trips that we took, we went to Tokyo. So we were into Gill and kind of stationary starts called Tokyo hands. And when we were in that store, we found some cool looking stickers that were different. They were. It was a little a little heavier naked. Asian man is what the sticker. I mean, it's really hard to trip, but it with a funny sticker and it was very, it caught your eye. You know, we saw and And it's. it's. We might post it just everybody knows. So we saw that sticker Remmy actually bought it for his sister. So then we kept walking. One of the places we visit was hairdo. So when we were in Harju we saw the flagship store for the company that made me stickers and the the company, the company's name, speed labels. So we walked in there and it was literally probably ten by twenty space floor to ceiling with stickers. It was. It was packed. There was a lot of people in there and the employs where super friendly. So we walked in automatic got this little basket, and it was stickers that were made to kind of represent Japanese culture. So I think that's what we liked about it. We were able to take something with us. That kind of was a symbol of our trip. So we came back here and Remmy had this bright idea of he wants to start a sticker company. So we came back. It was probably three months later two or three months later, and he was like, I'm going to to company and I. Who was crazy. I was like, I've always been very anti-risk and businesses just like super risky is okay. You do you, you know, you start sticker company? I don't think it's gonna work, but you give it a shot. So he started and he started making. None. So we were he when he started his if you start to the bottom of right, Instagram, you can see that he started with part stickers and then zombie stickers. Zombie name was Ed at zone v on the odds of it started with or that's what he started with. So he was marketing not. And you know, it wasn't selling, we weren't making it. He wasn't making any money. So that's when I got involved knows like, look, let's try something. Let's try something different that represents Latino culture. So I grew up in LA so I obviously know more culture more Latino culture than he was exposed to growing up. So we started with our three still their bestselling stickers, which were going Shah that Dacles and the load is. So after we release those, I mean at some point I was giving them away for free to my friends for the just for them to market it. But after that, it kinda got two words that now. So we found our niche, we found what we wanted to be focused on and just like beside label focused have. Only on Japanese culture. We started focusing heavily on Latino culture, which kind of represents me and ever since then now we're going more into Asian cultures that represents Remmy a lot more. So we're trying to make something that people can look at and identify with and be proud to show off and say, yeah, this is totally me. And I think that's kind of what we're trying to do. I think he's working, but I wanna know your, you just got an how moment when you went inside that store or was it later when you're flying back that you like, okay, this is what I wanna do. Well, just take a step back. I actually had another online business before this. She's a phases changing, but. So it was actually an online subscription business. So we've basically sent meal kits to people and they cooked on their own..

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"alondra" Discussed on Latinos Who Lunch

Latinos Who Lunch

04:45 min | 3 years ago

"alondra" Discussed on Latinos Who Lunch

"Hi, this is Bobby. This is Bobby lethal and we are Latinos lunch. The podcast retired about important things like. Hello? Hello. Oh, how are you a lethal? It's been a long time on my gosh, we're in the same room. Know people are probably so confused because they listened to the podcast always together what they don't know is a record a lot of our interviews a head of time. Yes, because we like to interview people together. And right now we are in beautiful, sunny, warm, very warm, Los Angeles, California, with some special guests. So here in the house, we have the creators, the masterminds behind your favorite stickers blank tag that co islander in rhyming, Silva, Benito's. I'll park. Support Brown businesses baby. That's right. Are you guys doing good? Thank you. How's the summer treating you guys? Hot. It is other than that, you know, we, we are from Vegas for us. This is not hot. However it Vegas, we're so afraid of the heat that there's crazy air conditioning everywhere you go. So you actually have to carry a sweater in Vegas because that's that's how sustainable we are. We just got an air conditioner and it was too late for the heat wave. Some water. Yeah. Now we're good. Now we're ready for the heat. So let's talk a little bit about our food because food was bomb. Yes, we talk about the restaurant there. Yeah, whatever. Okay. So we are right now in town Koreatown for you, ignorant. People. And they'll lay, and first of all, can I just say, I love Koreatown. It is one of my favorite places not only because of the Korean food, but there's a lot of fusion restaurants, and that's where we went today. We had. Escada and it's so Corinne Colombian fusion place. The only inlay you're gonna get a mixed like, so what are you order? I do. I ordered the fried rice gives you can't you Fred rice chicken and Korean hot sauce. It was Gasol Kim. Boy with a or the web on it. So it was, it was delicious. I couldn't finish it, but. Took to capacity stay where you order dance. No, it's not what you thought you heard. Not been there. One of those. What did you also good also got out of composer kimchi. It was. It was our eating. She like the whole time. On top. I had a kimchi fried rice and banana, which was really good and then like a keen wall salad with like jalapeno and stuff all over it. Yeah, you're hoping grilled. It was so Dori Aldo. Yeah. The only difference between Chile k. model and Chile audio is that that after they burned the live for thirty others, they put it in south. So yeah. And what say that again? Okay. So there's thirty though. Yes, which is where they put hot sauce on it. Yes, that's what she let you burn it. You burn the skin and he gets a little saggy and then you do like you put in a bath of soy sauce, and then it sucks. All the good that's and the first step. So it's just like when she let that the Milo I guess, just like like burn just to get this game body of it, but then the skin little burned. Yeah. Yes, I'm like really turned on right now. Okay. Sorry. Skin. Okay. It was. It was a really great meal. It was. It was good. I mean, I remember before we used to come here all the time. I came here a couple of times and I went to show right here. I went to go see one of my favorite bands. Remember just come here. Koreatown eat food. Go to the show dry back Vegas. Yeah, this is the best has a lot of restaurants, a lot of barbecue. And then a lot of just random food that you wouldn't get anywhere else. So where do you? So you are from fellow writer. And I am from south LA central was used to known a, you have Korean, Mexican. Okay..

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