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Mitch McConnell Speaks Out Against Trump Meeting With Nick Fuentes
"Let me just play a clip from Mitch McConnell. His arch enemy, in the Republican Party. Listen to what he has to say about what happened with Donald Trump meeting and ended up in a meeting with Nick Fuentes, roe clip one. First, let me just say there is no room in the Republican Party. For antisemitism or white supremacy. And anyone meeting with people advocating that point of view in my judgment for highly unlikely to ever be elected president of the United States. I can just see his chant flapping. Brother father, and I'm horror. I can't stand these people, man. They all fake. Like, I don't expect people to come out and disavow anything. You don't have to come out of this. Nobody gonna make me come out and say, I'm against racism. Shut up.
America's Progressive Problem
"A three three share 24. That's a three three SHA 24 8 three three share 24. The officer Tatum show. Ladies and gentlemen, gentlemen, ladies, welcome back to the oscillator show. My whole stance on whether or not this country survives or fails whether or not it's getting worse or getting better is predicated upon ideology. You know, when people like Nick Fuentes and other races, folks come out and say that the country is better because of white folks exclusively, I think they forget about liberals. The most the most destructive person on Planet Earth right now is to me white liberals. The most destructive group of a mentality is progressives that are white. Because you have access to one of the greatest experiments ever, you know, I would say ever presented to mankind. America is the greatest place to live ever. And it could be much better than it is. But you have people in our country that are absolutely deranged, where they want to turn back everything that we've built in this country because of their lack of knowledge and hatred of God. I just wish people will acknowledge the only reason we are here because the people who came here believed in God and they were not perfect, but they had a concept about God that led us to this point,
The Big Lie About 'Great Replacement Theory'
"Let me get back to finishing up my thoughts on the replacement theory. Some people believe that it's because of the color of your skin, which I think is an absolute most stupid thing that I've ever heard in my life that somebody believes that because you're black, you're dumb. You know, and it's a concept that I think people generalize others with. Like, for instance, if you're Kanye West, and some Jewish people screwed you over. They don't mean that every Jew is like this. That just means the people you mess with. Screwed you over and you have a disdain for them. Same thing with I know some black people that have done me wrong that have said the most hurtful evil things to me. Does that mean that all black people are like that? No, it doesn't. That just means these people are like that. The same thing when it comes to crime. Yeah, black people commit disproportionate amounts of crime in this country. It's not because they're black. It's because of culture. Because black people who follow the law and who are not engulfed in that culture, they are not out here killing and stealing and drug dealing. That's just the way it is. People who come to this country that are from India that are from Africa that are from, I don't know, Saudi Arabia, whatever you want to say these people are from the Middle East. People come to this country. Some people that migrate here that are brown, they do well. Why do they do well? It's not because the color of their skin is because they have adopted the American Dream.
Kanye West Believes Jews Are Attacking Him
"Let me get to what I'm saying. Kanye West has said some things and brought to light some things that most people are afraid to say and that are true to some degree. Now, the whole Jewish thing, I'm not talking about that. I'm talking about other points of contention about fatherlessness and the black community about the music industry. All of these things have some truth in it. But they discount what he said because he say crazy things sometimes. And things that I think are ridiculous. However, on temple show, and we got to a short clip of it. But tempo is a podcaster. He got probably one of the biggest podcasts on YouTube. And he brought Kanye on there. Milo yiannopoulos, who's, they banned him on everything. He used to be a pretty big gay conservative. Now I think he's not gay anymore. At least it's from his mouth. He said he's not gay anymore and he changed his life or something like that. And now he's kind of Kanye West's campaign manager or I call him Ye west's campaign manager. And then Nick Fuentes, and I'll talk about Nick Fuentes the other day. That kid is clearly a racist. He's clearly a racist. He don't even care about saying he's a racist or not. The only reason he's around Kanye who's black and he's white is because it's clout. He don't think black people are very smart and a while. He's on video. I saw a video today I shared with one of my friends who claimed to like Nick Fuentes. I shared a video. He dropped the N word right on there. And then said, oops, I'm sorry that slipped out. And he literally says that black people are dumb and educated. As if they're dumb in an educated and it's because only the color of your skin makes you a dumb and uneducated person. I'm gonna get to that in a minute. But I'm gonna play the clip of Kanye walking off of the podcast from Tim Poole because Tim pool refused to say that it was Jewish people that were attacking him. I believe that's the clip we have. Go to clip too. Been extremely unfair to you. Who is they, though? We can't tell you they is, can't we? I'm not using I don't use the word as the way I see you guys. I'm sorry. It is them, though, isn't it? I mean, because when you think about it, consider it. In 2018 what do you mean it's not? What do I mean like, okay, so how about you leaving? Are you afraid of the press? He's on. So he gets up and walks out because he said they have been unfair to me. Tim poo said, I agree, they have been unfair to you and he said, who is they? And Thimphu wouldn't say who Kanye believes is that. And so Kanye walked out. Is this a good look for Kanye now?
Kanye West Abruptly Leaves Tim Pool Podcast
"I want to talk about Kanye West walking off the set. At the temple show. Why do I think that Kanye situation is important? Because this is an interesting dynamic and trajectory into our political climate that I honestly believe that's going to have a tremendous impact moving forward. I think it's going to be some crazy impact. Let me just say this. And Kanye West has said a lot of brilliant things that make a lot of sense. That's real. But with Kanye West do other stuff, it kind of suppressed the things that, you know, he has said in the past that are absolutely 100% true. If you don't think that there are, and you can say whatever you want to the people that's doing it. But if you don't think the music industry is controlled, then you've got to be kidding yourself. If you think about this for a minute, I want you to I want you to consider this. Tell me how this makes any sense. That rappers like Kanye and others can say the N word a million times on their rap songs. And nobody will bat it on. They can brag about killing other black men. And nobody bats an eye, it's not violating any policy, it's not taking off the radio, they can literally degrade black women on their music, 24 hours, 7 days a week. It will get played on the radio, they have music videos, YouTube will never take that down.
BLM and New Marxism in America With Mike Gonzalez
"Know I'm jumping forward your next book and if you haven't got this, you really must because there is no other book like it. It is your book on the Black Lives Matter movement. You call it the making of a new Marxist revolution. It was inevitable. After what happened with the 70s, the Hispanics, the victimhood, it would be inevitable that sooner or later something like Black Lives Matter would be created on top of all this. Well, right. I mean, if you look at the architects of Black Lives Matter, if the organizations. By the way, the concept is unimpeachable. Black lives have, you know, if black lives don't matter to you, I don't want to talk to you. I mean, you have to be a crank. You might such an effective phrase. Yes, exactly. Exactly. The architecture didn't know what they're doing. They really know, the architects of the organizations are all, in fact, I say this for usually people say three, they have open instructed in Marxism. By marxists, by in color's case, by a guy who was a weatherman terrorist who spent time in prison, in the case of Alicia Garza, by an actual gram scene, a cultural anthropologist who is a very good follower of Antonio gramsci, so they know what they do. And the instructed and they train it for years into Marxism leninism, a maoism. And lo and behold, all of a sudden in 2013, they created this organization that the stabilizers society throws into question our society, at least regardless that goes around saying we have to dismantle the organizing principle of society. So what they seek to do is to change deeply the way we're constituted as a nation, the constitution both with the cap C and small C
Which Side Cares Most About Your Vote?
"I love what the guy Antonio said that called in, you know, I just wanted sometimes what I mean Antoine. I said Antonio Laura helped me Jesus. Antoine, one of my good friends name is Antoine. But I like what he had to say because I like for people to give perspective to me about certain things, you know, sometimes I'm like, you know, I like for people to talk to me like I talk. And if a person would sit me down and telling me, hey, man, you know, let's keep it real. You know, you're allowing yourself to just only pick one side and you're going to pigeonhole yourself. And the reason why I say these things because I want black people to understand this is that you're going to get yourself to the point that if you only vote for one side, the other side is going to find a way to not need you. And they're never going to do anything that you want them to do and they'll try to find a way to survive. Let me just give you an example. Donald Trump won the election pretty significantly in 2016, and I think he got like 8% of the black vote. I mean, that's, I mean, y'all, that's almost no black people voted for Trump. Compared to out of the voters, 92% voted for Democrats and Trump won by a lot against Hillary Clinton. And also out in Georgia, you have the Georgian governor, winning by, I don't know how many hundreds of thousands of votes he beat. Stacey Abrams by and black women voted like 90 something percent for the Democrat party in black men voted a little less 80 some percent. And when you do that, you have to, you have to look at this. You have to say, am I being pursued equally by both parties? This is about money. It's about numbers and strategy. It's not about emotion or even race. If you spend $20 million on advertisement and you know that black folks ain't really going to vote for you anyway. For whatever reason, they don't even want to hear what you have to say. You're going to spend less of that money and you're going to speak less to that community than other places because you're not going to get their vote. That's what I think ends up happening.
Eagles, NFL’s Last Unbeaten Team, Fall to Commanders
"The commanders have the eagles their first loss of the season as they went on to a 32 21 win Washington took the lead late in the second quarter when a one year touchdown run by Brian Robinson Antonio Gibson also had a touchdown run Taylor heinicke threw for 211 yards for the commanders who even their record the 5 and 5 We understand where we're at and we just need to keep winning The guys come in every day and work hard So you know I'm very excited where we're at Jalen hurts through for two touchdowns ran for another in a loss that dropped the bird's record to 8 and one Michael Luang
Morant, Bane help Grizzlies beat Spurs in overtime, 124-122
"John morant and Desmond baine each scored 32 points Devin bassel missed a three point attempt at the buzzer and the Memphis Grizzlies beat San Antonio one 24 one 22 in overtime Wednesday night The grizzlies opened the extra period with an 11 to two run before San Antonio reeled off 8 straight to pull within one Moran hit one of two free throws that proved to be the difference Every player on his team every coach on the staff you know no you know when it's that time that I want the ball in my hands and you know I love having that pressure on me you know what I go do I just take what the defense gives me and try to get us a win But sell and yaka purtle paste the spurs with 22 points apiece Roy Flores San Antonio
Edwards scores 34; Wolves beat Spurs 134-122
"Anthony Edwards dropped in 34 points and back up jail and Noelle at a 23 in the Timberwolves one 34 one 22 downing of the spurs Edwards had 16 points by halftime highlighted by 5 three pointers The wolves were 20 of 34 from downtown and led by as many as 17 in the second half Carl Anthony towns chipped in 21 points to help Minnesota bounce back from Monday's loss to San Antonio Calvin Johnson finished with a team high 27 points and Doug McDermott added 19 for the spurs Both teams are three and two I'm Dave ferry
UN: World "nowhere near" hitting emissions targets
"The UN says the world is nowhere near hitting its emission targets The United Nations climate office says global warming and climate change continues to be a big concern Its latest estimate based on a 193 national emissions targets finds even if countries achieve their current pledges greenhouse gas emissions will blow past the limit countries agreed to in the 2015 Paris climate accords and temperatures would rise 4.5°F over pre industrial averages by the end of the century The report forecast emissions will increase by 10.6% from 2010 to 2030 that's a slight decrease from earlier estimates but scientists say emissions need to be cut by 45% by the end of this decade to prevent what UN secretary general Antonio Guterres has described as uncharted territories of destruction The UN will hold a climate summit starting November 6th in Egypt where countries will again try to ratchet up their targets I am Jennifer King
Ex-Texas cop charged for shooting teen eating hamburger
"A rookie San Antonio police officer has been fired and arrested after shooting and gravely wounding a teenager earlier this month San Antonio police say 25 year old James Brennan has been fired and arrested charged with two counts of aggravated assault by a peace officer for shooting 17 year old Eric cantu who was in his car eating a hamburger in a McDonald's parking lot In body camera video Brennan opens the car door and tells Ken two to get out Car drives backward door open the officer fires multiple times He continues to shoot as a car drives away In a statement through their lawyer cantu's family says he is unconscious and on life support I'm Tim McGuire
Kane nets winner as Tottenham ends tough week with victory
"Tottenham capped a difficult week with a one zero victory against Brighton Spurs dedicated the victory to their fitness coach who died during the week at age 61 Harry Kane scored for the 8th time in 9 league matches getting his head onto a cross from sun Yun in the 22nd minute Having played to a loss and a draw in his previous two matches manager Antonio Conti went with a three 5 two formation that kept brighten at bay Goalkeeper Hugo loris made a nice stop on Danny Welbeck inside the box in the first half Spurs remain third on the table I'm Dave ferry
UN chief: World is in `life-or-death struggle' for survival
"The head of the United Nations says the world's environment is in a life or death struggle for survival I Norman hall UN secretary general Antonio Guterres warned world leaders that immediate action is needed to prevent further environmental disasters such as historic flooding and Pakistan and powerful hurricanes that have struck recently including Ian The world can not wait Emissions are at an all time high and rising And meanwhile the war in Ukraine is putting climate action on the back burner while our planet itself is burning Guterres challenged leaders especially from developed nations to ten next month's climate summit in Egypt I Norman hall
Why Did Alejandro Mayorkas Previously Visit San Antonio?
"You see he recently did something That flew under the news radar That is outside of officials within San Antonio In August Mallorca's traveled to San Antonio for a round table In which he happened to praise the city's handling of migrants Now what is it that San Antonio just happens to be doing that is just so spectacular so worthy a bean price Oh look at this They opened a migrant resource center A migrant resource center oh and this is oh yeah It's federally funded Huh Okay so we have a federally funded migrant resource center in San Antonio Now what is the center do Citing the intended purpose from the San Antonio report Migrants are now brought directly directly from the U.S. Mexico border straight to that center And what does this center do once it gets them Oh look at that It feeds them And shelters them And it transports migrants seeking asylum
One year later, growing global perils as Biden returns to UN
"President Biden is said to make his second address to the UN General Assembly facing no shortage of tough issues White House national security adviser Jake Sullivan says the president goes to New York in good shape with the wind at his back Touting U.S. alliances unity and backing Ukraine amid Russia's war and historic investments at home but UN chief Antonio Guterres sees a world in trouble We can not go on like this citing conflicts climate change economic woes And yet we are gridlocked in colossal global dysfunction Last year President Biden focused on a post Trump return to American leadership and global partnership One analyst says this year demands more The president is expected to do heavily focuses on the war in Ukraine Sagar Meghani Washington
Sheriff Javier Salazar: The Facts of the Case so Far
"This is this Texas sheriff. Javier Salazar, he is known as a sort of a progressive activist sheriff, law enforcement all over the country despises this guy. I don't know why. I don't really get into that. I've gotten a lot of email and text messages from police officers and sheriff's deputies who can't stand this guy because of his activism. And sure enough, true to form, now apparently he wants to criminally investigate the Florida governor Ron DeSantis. We are opening up a case with an investigation with regard to the suspected activities involving the 48 migrants from Venezuela that as we understand it at this point. The facts of the case at this point are that on Wednesday, September 14th here in bear county and the city of San Antonio, our understanding is that a Venezuelan migrant was paid what we would call a bird dog fee to recruit approximately 50 migrants from the area around a migrant resource center on San Pedro here in San Antonio. As we understand it, 48 migrants were lured, and I will use the word lord. Under false pretenses into staying at a hotel for a couple of days, they were taken by airplane at a certain point. They were shuttled to an airplane. Where they were flown to Florida, and then eventually flown to Martha's Vineyard. Again, under false pretenses, as the information that we have, that they were promised work, they were promised the solution to several other problems, they were taken to Martha's Vineyard from what we can gather for nothing for a little more than a photo op video op. And then they were unceremoniously stranded in Martha's Vineyard.
NBC Poll: Immigration Is a Crucial Issue for American Voters
"NBC just had a poll out saying that illegal immigration is a crucial issue for the American voter. So if it's really important, what do you make of the Shan Antonio sheriff investigating Ron DeSantis of Florida? Isn't there how does a Texas sheriff investigate a Florida governor? What in the world are they talking about? How does this happen? And don't you love the way the left has victimized the criminals? We have lost sight of the fact that it is illegal to come across the border. In the manner that these people did, they are breaking the law, this is wild. And not so much wild that it's happening to me the wildness of it is that they took the bait.
"antonio g" Discussed on The Psychology Podcast
"People that are very much like his people that can think of that is nothing wrong with it other than being wrong. There's nothing wrong with this. There's wrong issue called it. If you fall for it forever. Well, I will say sort of ending here today. I really do see the logic of what you've outlined and why consciousness seems to require the coordinated effort of these three systems in a way. These three elements of the body that interacting with each other in very unique ways. But this element that the nervous system is an important part of it does have deep implications. We never answered the machine question. So maybe we should end on that one because we had that thread that's a thread that's still open. Can we ever have filling machines and you have argued in your book, a new generation of filling machines can probably become efficacious assistance to really feeling humans as hybrids of natural and artificial creatures, no less important, this new generation of machines would constitute a unique laboratory for the investigation of human behavior and mind in a variety of actual realistic settings. So that's exciting coming down the pipeline and when we can start to meld fast computer processors with the nervous system. So we can get the coordinated effort of the elements you talk about in a way where it has like a super duper hyped up processing capability. That could produce some interesting forms of consciousness, right? And you would have to have some kind of body aspect to it. In other words, you will need to mimic certain properties of a living organism in order to get to it with any hope of success. And right now we don't have that. But I think it's perfectly possible. Yeah. It's possible. And my man, thank you so much for this chat today. It really was delightful to talk to you. We should keep up the nerdy conversation. Very good. And any time I enjoy talking to you, he's fine. Okay. Okay. You too. Thanks for listening to this episode of the psychology podcast. If you'd like to react in some way to something you heard, I encourage you to join in the discussion at the psychology podcast dot com or on our YouTube page, thus psychology podcast. We also put up some videos of some episodes on our YouTube page as well. So you'll want to check that out. Thanks for being such a great supporter of the show and tune in next time for more on the mind brain behavior and creativity..
"antonio g" Discussed on The Psychology Podcast
"Things were extremely informational. They were giving you their useful information to maintain your life. There's no way you could have proceeded life in a complicated organism with multicellular nervous system. If you did not have that information. In other words, you went rapidly from 500 million years ago. You went through rapidly from having organisms that unless they were lucky. They would die. To organisms that, even if they were not like lucky, they had enough information to do something useful about their life and to reduce the risk of death. And this makes perfect sense from the evolutionary perspective. And that's where I think cautiousness began at the level of feeling. Now, because you wanted me to say things about feeling for your listeners, then I would also say that the confusion with emotion is a problem because what developed in living creatures as emotions, which don't develop with humans developed before, of course. Theatricals. There are certain kinds of expression that you can have in the body and in the face once you have a face that is manipulable with different muscle groups is certain kinds of expressions that register.
"antonio g" Discussed on The My Future Business™ Show
"So although you'll gathering that research data directly from from the people that met which are your client said it's that's fantastic code city and i think to myself well if i wanted to get on board and i've never done this before. Is it very difficult for somebody to go through. This process and especially smaller. Businesses resources are limited. Had no i totally rick. It's great that you mentioned that because small businesses really do own a constant right which is why we try to price price points for every level of business and in order to get in touch with us. It's it's as simple as visiting the website hockey media dot com and booking strategy. Call with me personally. I don't know how long i'll be taking these calls moby to eventually shift away from it but for the time being it's still me taking the calls and this is on the call and get a ton of value a ton of insights and it's a really a no pressure situation content is really a- delegates industry you know so there's nothing sports anyone and it's really about realizing these new this new mindset around content. Can you take us back to that moment. You know where you realize you. You're onto something because you've got a lot of testimonials he had it you. You realize the something year. Well you know my eyes. I don't think we made it. But i think that when when we started to see clients. Stay with us for six months. Eight months I started to think okay. These people are happy to work with us. And there's a lot of love that's that's being thrown back and forth and and the reality is it's the constant battle with baseball with youtube with these platforms that are charging us. Exorbitant amounts of money to to have quite finite position systems so it really needs to be some level of collaboration between the content team and the client. So when i had when i started seeing a lot of people saying you know big names coming and asked me for my opinion. Yeah i when. I feel like i don't really know the answer this is this is just a matter of testing like okay You know we've done two thousand pieces of content. I i'm starting to have a sense of what's working what's not working. This intimate is starting to love to cook. Switch our focus a momentary antonio audio tame. You've got a wonderful group of people.
"antonio g" Discussed on The My Future Business™ Show
"A very very risky way of operating. It's not a way that really allow stranding consistency. Which is why we totally scrapped that. So although our editors are extremely talented in our copywriters as well nothing gets done without the step because this is really the only way to ensure that we're doing content based on data iverson based on some kind of creativity that comes from you know. I don't know where so that's really one of the key things that i tried to establish on. Start as soon as you started telling me about the husky process. You live up like a candle or continue very passionate about this is this is where your sweet spot is in. It's a credit to you. Another thing took away from this antonio's that research he's king guesstimates not gonna cut it anymore and a wonder now with is storytelling coming to it. If you do have to create new content for a client. I guess that depends niche. That's it does depend of the nation and usually the the story comes from the pain point. So for example. We have this I i it does a great. There's a there's a great brand out there it's an. It's an electric toothbrush. And one of their concept lead be spent thousands and thousands of dollars on studio ads and the address one specific thing so their toothbrush cleans the team with radio frequency. Now if you go into restoring tell someone this. They're going to think that you're making things up. They're not going to spend thousands of dollars addressing this one pain point this one objection rate where where we're customers are like. Oh that's never gonna work so for example in one of the ads. The person says the law. This is the toothbrush. It cleans your teeth with radio frequency and the person next to him. Says that's never gonna work. And then they have a. They have a comparison. Seem where there's two cavemen and there's and someone's trying to light a fire and person saying that's never going to work and they have these little comparison scenarios where they're showing Points in time where people were very docile innovation..
"antonio g" Discussed on The My Future Business™ Show
"I think it's been over a year. Now we've got it in lettering is starting to get worn off and people are still yet. You know repping repping. So i'm saying later. Who is leading. He's the spousing vision that he has for the business. And just say. I guess that's slow moving train starting to get that momentum soon enough you you might be able stop it no matter what you do. Yeah i feel like it's alive. No matter what's It's kind of outgrowing me in the sense where people know the name and they don't know me necessarily binded and his lot with the talented true that i work with you know. Obviously a lot of them are contractors working on bigger hoagies big objects so they smell more than i do. And when they go to these sets they People usually ask them also house hostile going not really knowing okay. This is the new founded if they know more as an entity which that's excellent In the information that from you antonio tobacco influence a marketing among few can elaborate on what that actually means clarify for those of us who don't actually know and whether or not it's relevant thing for maybe every business selection of businesses to be using. Yeah we're we're actually seeing it work in a number of different issues not just e. Commerce should wear started. We've expanded to even local businesses restaurants..
"antonio g" Discussed on The My Future Business™ Show
"Risky here. Or i'm your host a quick second to thank you so very much for all of your support for the show because it is making all of the difference knowing that the show is making a difference for your now speaking about making a difference today online with founder. Ceo and chief content strategists at husky media. Mr antonia balkan so. Welcome to the show attorney. Thank you for having me rick. Absolutely my pleasure are just talking entirely. You've had a long day already. This is your last co for the day. Is it that you any time to relax. Oh well the reality is we try to fit it in. But it's actually not a it's not so it's not so evident because during the week i'm taking calls and Sometimes during the weekend we're scheudled so You know. I don't necessarily have to be there all the time when filming but you know depending on the size of the project i sometimes have to be there so you know sometimes my weekends. Aren't you know they're. They're taking away but thursday. Fridays pretty competent. So usually that's what i think. There's a lot to unpack here because to learn more husky media and how it works. I guess the genesis and all that sort of stuff but full but before we do that i want to know. Where's home few much. Canada beautiful location. So if you love all my life i'm.
"antonio g" Discussed on Los' Lounge
"Reminds us. We have so much more work to do right. So we've come to this new administration or what have you in. A there seems to be a little bit more morality right at in the white house. But it's like this is still so much that we need to do so right. We experienced look at bustle. Going on the judge floyd verdict yet. Thank you and but that's just one example so hopefully were now experiencing the sift But it sounds like you have your the freedom fighter freedom fighter in you and you still have to do in your area and whatnot. So is that something you want to continue to do like you know like a make your voice more her around that area. Are you kind of just like over that area. I'm done from this area on my. I don't wanna at his area. I'll be racist them. But whatever they're their world when they want big dig they look for the latine on the black but dan. they don't want to support you just like or do anything you know i. It's just very hypocritical when they're desperate warning this look for the black and latinos this over the over this towel on allow be surrounded by gays anymore. I'm like even like shit and we'll do manner. I'm just going to the rich area with the jews. Jewish soft grey to west. Well don't don't punish all the gays you get tired of the scene. Yeah i understand you and that's something up because like when you're one dog i'd say holding Like when i was in my twenties and stuff you know. I used to dance a lot and i used to always like backup dancing for the drag queens at the clubs and stuff like that and just to see the aid the showing from the community like mostly from the guys you know. Have your pretty boys over here. Who were the same. You know you'd have just everybody else who it was just crazy. It's like man. Were all here for the same reason to come. Have a big time so unite to be amongst all your bills and stuff so my next question. I say that to say Have you experienced like i. Don't wanna use the word backlash. That's kind of according word but have you experienced that friction between our community like i don't know people talk because there's always a shit soccer isn't there our communities divider like every tweak don't talk to the bears like fifteen year old girls and they don't want to talk to the wings or don't wanna talk to the daddies niger in the community the letter community. They don't talk to the you. Know the bogey queens devonian queens. They just think they're so fucking fashionable on so fucking high and they don't talk to the did just like the community so invited and then you've got the the wire like every this so many like like e she they whatever the fuck they having their frigging break is just too much right. Hand old snow. Day guy.
"antonio g" Discussed on Los' Lounge
"Offensive by but You know. I was trying to give her a shadow. Just graduated from school. She was really a lot of fun. Probably inappropriate fun showing her boobs. That's really funny. But like a lot of the guys they want to have a facial by a women. And i guess black girls so i found this really dark siona..
"antonio g" Discussed on In The Pews
"That day we're praying the chocolate the divine mercy chaplain on the phone. Call pete sally's husband He told me a antonio today. Three o'clock in the afternoon. Say jesus i trust in you three times. And i said sure we pray everyday chocolate in but this time i'm going to remember i'm gonna say it. You know because you you told me to. Yes all right. So here is three o'clock. In the afternoon we start playing the divine mercy chocolate. It's sunny humid hot like regular day in houston yes in with brain next to the window is also l. between we're praying and Right at the end. I clearly remember. Pete's voice telling me say jesus addressing your three times and i did but this time i said jesus i trust in you in. I felt that i sit. I said it differently. I said it loud. I said a very strong. I said it with a lotta conviction that that i do trusts you. I'd do trustees. When i finished saying the third time in his star raining it would rain so hard for like are no forty something forty five seconds okay and then stopped in remain sunny in and we said back in. We filled the presence. God saying i am listening to you while i'm listening to you. Don't worry you're going to heal. The weeks are gone. I go back and then the doctor said now. I'm going to an infectious disease doctor. This is the number one doctor in the country while all this and aldermen very nice man and he's a hey yonder something different. Let me put you on a different antibiotics. Okay not i mean we're going to do orally now i'm gonna give you a very aggressive doses. Let's leave your system host to it because this is your only chance you i'll take it. I'll take it. let's do it okay. So i got another three months without very aggressive. My system starts working fantastic against that. And i'll start getting better in better manages back gaining weight.
"antonio g" Discussed on In The Pews
"Did my part ammonia person. I got no bed habits. I'm serving yes taking very good thermal body. i'm working. i'm doing what i did. I did wrong sometimes Situations like this happen in when you us human keep just can't comprehend and you can't handle feeling i was going to go crazy. How him so. They're telling me the problem to die in a couple of days in two weeks or something. I was so so desperate. Then i decided you know what jesus i trust in you. Jesus i trust in law. I am just going. I can't with this. So i put everything on his feet. All my doubts. All my anger all my anxiety. All my questions. Yeah and i said here it is. I trust in you if you want me to go. I'll go wow am. I went to sleep the next morning. I wake up with this unexplainable piece on piece. I am feeling like nothing happened. I feel perfect. I call my wife to console her. I'm a worry that obviously nancy is like. Why did this happen. Yes in high told the doctor. There's a lot of people praying for me doctor. All my brothers and sisters from they've music ministry all the parisioners from saint faustina my brothers and sisters from acts my brothers and sisters from the healing ministry. Everybody's rain from me brought propre is powerful. Yes i know i'm going to be okay. Whatever it is. I am going to be okay because being okay. Adoptable meant that non necessarily mean that i'm going to survive. Yes frawley means. That is my time. And i'm gonna go. He's going to take care of me over there in more than me. He's got take on my family here. being a better place so my conviction i trust in you will do whatever you think is fine. He works again and the doctor comes in the afternoon and he says i have different news. I have talked to an expert on this type of infections and It's very strange. There you are reacting. The way you're reacting so we're gonna put you on this pro. This antibiotic treatment for two weeks. Okay we're gonna let your goal. You're gonna go home for two weeks in as all going to depend on where you're gonna react on this. Two weeks.
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"Response and then he he. I guess he sees me. Like if i will see my own son reacting or behaving in a certain way and he has been giving me things here in their here in there so the business was bouncing back a little bit to her a little. Nothing like before. I have in all honesty. I have no expectations of any of that. I know something. Most of my professional life is being very successful And i know the whatever happened to me. It was for a very good reason. I am completely different. Person is full of blessings. Every time i see my kids. I listened to the uncomfortable other rationing. They're singing in they're going in. That's worth more than any success. That is my success that is worth more than any million dollars or whatever so i'm doing my part of course i'm doing business here and there and everything is going well is going well and something else else happen During this time everything was going back to normal Some of my kids graduated so my kids move up and their school. Yes i was able to pull everything in a certain way. We're happy to the dom alive. Everything is going great. Everyone is moving forward in The pandemic hits right in. We see all this changes in with trying to adjust in all the sudden. I start feeling sick again. Feeling tired okay. When are very strange. Fatigue I go to the doctor. Of course. Because i mean my cardiologists is been like my best friend since i got my surgery and Try got mcardle. And he's probably this probably they run all different types of tasks by now. I have insurance. Thank god i have american shirt. So i they run all stifled tests. Then i started losing weight. And i started losing all this energy. I don't have appetite. I don't have the same strang. I always have because i love to exercise. I really love to jog in swaim. And i wasn't able to do any of this and one day i was just feeling really bad in. Someone recommended me another Cardiologists okay. all right. Well let me. Go and see this cardiologist. But i already have one. Yeah i go and see this realities this. This doctor didn't run any tests on me. He's just saw me and he's.
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"And our tom. He's as normal will have on arisen people will have an onerous or two centimeters. Okay and What goes When it grows to five centimeters you are a candidate for surgery. Okay you were seven centimeters. We have no idea how you are walking. I mean you basically a dead person. So you're supposed to be dead at. Did they only seen does on on on corpse and then Dog i said okay. I told him. I don't have insurance. this is You know this is a big operation in can be conducted only by certain specialists. Because it's hoping hard they need to remove you that reconstructed ford anna A mechanical volve and it anyway. Something like really really big and of course if you don't have insurance that a no yeah. How would you do something like that. Right so I call some friends. Some doctors in the told me how to maneuver this in in in i did it in my. My health was deteriorating psych. Almost to the end. I clearly remember when they are among the living room. In my house anna. Of course all my kids are there already. I already called everybody call tony. I call Handy because both of them one was in college station. The other one was in Austin told me you need to come home There's something wrong with me I'm going to get you know an operation. So you guys come home. So everybody's there and i'm other leaving rome. I can barely talk or walk in. I felt this is the very first time. I felt that i was going to die right down moment i i felt like a little tiny oxygen inside of me. We were getting ready to go to the hospital so this was after. The doctor called you up. Correct the doctor. Call me the the night before. This is the next day. And i'm sitting in the living room and i i asked god i said. Please help me get to the hospital. I don't wanna die. I knew i was going to die. But i don't wanna die here in the living room in front of my kids i don't want i don't wanna make this more dramatic. That is ready is okay. Please just allow me that. Lemme get to the hospital. The toll i want and she did it too key. Allow me to move in. Go to the hospital so we walk into emergency room. Add memorial hermann in downtown on another downtown out the medical center. Okay with my symptoms. Obviously they admitted me. Like in one second i was i was a dead person Then all the sudden this surgeon comes some. I forgot one part The cd of what the results of the of the Tasdid iran to find out about the size of the aneurysm. Nancy wisely to them to that specialist the morning. Okay took the city by doing that. I'm reading legally officially his patient. Even if he doesn't know me just by admitting that city okay. it was borrowed the The devices in my friends told me so. Now i'm an emergency with all the symptoms..
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"The till i e continuing doing things that were developing very slowly but in allow me to survive. If if you can put it that way i went through a lot of legal battles and a lot of things in order to pay my all the people that i owed the money and and things like that and during that year again it was. It was very painful. But i had a different connection with gal and with my church it was different in i was it was like i was feeling stronger inside of me. Okay but the problems were getting bigger and bigger and bigger up to A moment adding even know what i was going to do. What how different would it have been if you had not gone to the retreat. I don't even wanna think about it. Because i don't know i i'm i i have no idea how would i will Reacted to what was coming to me. If i if i didn't go to their retreat in were prepared in my spirit To to a ferrante. This problem that i was coming to me In two thousand and eighteen always on a business trip. Lemme lemme back a little bit. I've been very helpful my life. Yes harley got he calls or flus or anything. I've been very blessed with a good health. Yes never had any surgery absolutely nothing. No broken bones. No nothing and i play football and i play basketball and i play a lot of things in nothing happened to thanga two thousand and eighteen I was on a business trip in louisiana and i start feeling Different weird Like i couldn't breathe to make a long story short. I i got heart attack And i ended up in a hospital in all. I was thinking. It's i want. Whoever dr kung to come here give me a shot. So i can go back to my hotel. Take a shower and go. Bot can take care of business. Get back to work to get back to work. Because i was doing something that it was gonna get me through the next three months of all the payments. Okay in when it was so important to.
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"Ah and it was It was so so full. Every no there was completely full. Con- i don't know how to explain it as i said i don't know too much but i can tell the difference in my ear That's the only thing i have I have a musical ear in in. Atkins i could tell like this is it. I mean this this is my dream is going to be way better than me. This is this is great because again he he can he. He has the ability to interpret the the song but he completes with an amazing roisin. All is rangers that he uses in all. It's it's a beautiful as it is Mostly the same case with vivian. Viana can t again she's been inquires for here's In she has this amazing ability to do to harmonize moseley anything in because obviously their brothers their siblings in same jeans and all too does why the sound the come from them is unique. Yes and you know. I guess it's because they're related to the voices just blend really well together. Yes now i notice. You're wearing your shirt. Oh yes saint faustina expert and you also have your fishers of men bracelet. Cry here you go. What year did we do acts together. We did it in two thousand seventeen two thousand seventeen. That was the first acts retreat here at saint faustina correct. Did you jump at the opportunity when you heard about it or did somebody pressure you. Somebody pressure me. Who was it. It was closer. Jose salsa pressure All the way probably to the boss. I mean the only at the end i was going through a very very bad economic situation in my life. terribly terribly financial hardship I was so desperate and The last thing and my mind. According to my old way of thinking was going into to a retreat i needed. I needed to solve my problem. Myself your financial broncos must-win answer brown myself. So what am i gonna go to. How am i going are abandoned. This situation for four days. That is impossible. I'm not doing so you've got more important things to worry about exactly so. He pushed me hard us again all the way to the boss. I am writing the boss to the to the retreat in. I'm thinking to myself one of my doing here. So i'm already a murray denial marina bell out. You know attitude saying. I don't understand why i was so nice to this guy i say yes i have better things to do. I shouldn't come here. I shouldn't be in this bosnian. I was just the hallway. There i will never forget that. Because i was i was very very mad at myself for. Yeah for for getting on the bus and going to a retreat. Yes you felt like. You're leaving your financial responsibility. Your family behind correct while you felt like you were not being a good father. Good anything i was like. This is wrong. this is a mistake. I shouldn't have done this.
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"Than you but you were able to build a connection with your audience. Yes and i had no idea about any of that. So that day i discovered that i have something you know that to tell stories in a different way of my voice. I realized the yes. I don't have the best boys or anything like that. Not even remotely close to that. But i had something. That's why i was. I was always curious why people like when i sing. I didn't know until then. And yes that's That's how i found out about that gift. How how old were you at this time. I was holid- you said right. Yeah i started. I was probably eight eighteen or nineteen years old and unfortunately about that time i was not singing for god at all. It was just for the sake of making music. Yes it was just for fun and will you. Were a teenager a lot of teenagers. It's all all about yourself right. Where did you go to college. If you don't mind me asking how into college monterrey mexico University call on will not. Okay yes. i study business administration. Evan when did you come to the united states. Well i get married. I know no. I became a banker of was one working at the banking industry in mahyco affair in when i was young I got transferred to hawaii while hole. And i i worked for hawaii national bank and i had that beautiful experience delivering and i Allow for Something close to a year sideline totally forgot that. We have that hawaii connection. We have that connection as you did mention it. When i told you one of the first times that i i grew up in hawaii you were there. What years were you in hawaii. mistake and it was a nineteen ninety. Okay nine thousand nine hundred and nine nine hundred ninety somewhere around there at. How long were you in hawaii there. Just for a year okay. Yes after hawaii after hawaiian back to mexico. Okay work a little bit more than there. And then i moved to To dallas to work for a stock brokers firm financial brokers firm. And then. After that i went back to mexico and then i moved to san diego to la. Hoya california even everywhere. Well some places because of my my work. And that's when i got married when i moved to two la hoya Nancy my wife. She's been my sweetheart. We've been together for a long. And by by then she was probably tired. Saying you're not going anywhere else anymore by yourself so we got married In both places we got married. Want the rim kiko. Okay and then we got marian san diego. You have a lot of family in san diego. No i do not We don't have families. San diego was there Studying and working okay for the Brokers firm from mexico they opened a branch in in california in san la hoya. So how did you make it to houston from there. I will from there. I went back to mexico. Okay and we're start doing some business here in houston through the broker firm with With a nationsbank it was the named nations back here in houston. Okay downtown and i start. Developing allow relationships Huston in i ended up Acquiring some real estate here in here in houston okay. earning commissions and things like that And so Probably twenty around twenty Twenty years ago. Twenty one years ago Times were pretty difficult in my hometown. Okay there was a lotta safety problems. A lot of issues with a crime. Okay and things like that..
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"Antonio welcome thank. You already have you here thanks. I'm glad to be here. Thanks for the invitation. Oh it we always wanted to have you on the show and we're glad that you're able to make time especially on short notice to come and visit us right. It was pretty short notice. But i i'm loving it. I i love the idea to be here in and share my story and your story is an amazing one so let. Let's say tina for how many years now. Well i m. Since the very beginning. I i remember i was With my wife At mass ave epiphany qian katie and fathered that came in and gave a little talk and he mentioned that you know another parish was already authorizing the name was going to be safe o stena and back then. We were studying in her diary adam moment. Oh wow yes so It was awesome. Yeah it was. It was great. We felt the called. Ride there right at the moment my life and i and i call father about the very next to ask him if i can. You know do anything for him and he said well what are you. What are you do and i said well i can sing and i did join the choir immediately. After that nice and then we saw each other with us. Write a the first practices even before mass start. It was a month ahead of time. I think that's right and you've been serving with the choir ever since. Yes and even your kids now. My kids are serving and it's just a blessing. It is a blessing. Yes out Bbn started with a children's choir in later on During the summers tony asked me if he can come and join the adult choir during the summers and he started like dad and now they're serving four thirty mass and it's just a blessing to win. Tony joined the for the adult. I got to step up my game. A little here is good last with a gift definitely and had them. We love music at home and we love to worship and praise of is this is just a. It is a huge blessing for my family. Have you always been musically inclined even even since you were young. Yes yes. I have never taken any Formal music education. But i always like to sing. And i had a little band when i was in highschool the guitar. Yes i do. I don't know. I mean i don't know the the the i don't know how to read music or anything like that but play by ear and And and it was fun during those. They singing sang with mariachi in nice. Where did you grow up..
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