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"boys jesuit school" Discussed on The Emma Guns Show
"John smith and jane doe. I mean even you your is in. Your last name isn't guns. What's her full last. Name gonna wardner there you go. Your podcast is not called the emma gonna wardner podcast and ends. Yeah so the rebrand and calling myself. Res- if i did not it was all like written in the stars. Had i never changed my name. I probably would not have achieved the success. That i did. I'm curious about one of the things about you getting into. I know you said you've always loved pop culture. As did i growing up. And the reason why. I didn't become a pop star or an actress. I wasn't targeted enough but a great career to go into if you have. Those designs is celebrity journalism. Because you get to basically live that life in town of just out of the spotlight was that one of the reasons were drawn to it because you were an aspiring actor. Don't think i haven't seen you in the soprano. Because i did. But it was like. Furthermore i remember before i even knew paris hilton laws. I was watching the vh one mtv. I was watching a show cooled from flab to fab which you never get away with now and you were contestant and that's the thing that's important the thing that's important is that when i first grade you great great tv but what was important about that. Was that the show that i watched for forty five minutes. We'll have a long many months later even years later when i saw you again i recognized you so you do have star quality. Don't you think that's helped you. Yes and i own it. I embrace it i celebrated. I have always been different. Even when i was in high school. And it's a miracle that i was able to retain that because i went to this all boy jesuit school were. It's hammered in you to be like everybody else in your uniform. Individuality is rarely celebrated. They want you to conform to think alike you. That's one of the reasons why people in america are shocked surprise or this might explain it but a lot of latinos. Maybe i would say even most in the united states are liberal meaning. They would vote for the democratic party but most cubans in miami are conservative and they wrote for republicans and that's because the power groups and social conditioning and religion. And that's what your parents do. And that's your grandparents do whatever blah blah blah blah. But ever since. I could remember like i just always draw outside the lines march to the beat of my own drummer as they say. And that's one of the best pieces of advice that i can give your listeners. If you want to be successful in anything that you do you need to find that star within you. She's the if that is because i am star. I own it. But i also believe that you and everybody. Listening is a star. Is well even. If you're not an extrovert what i mean by that is. Ideas are not special. People are special that sounds cheesy. But it's true or when. I talked to young people because i'm the big gay up quote one of my favorite musicals of all time gypsy. You gotta get a gimmick if you wanna get ahead and that gimmick is find what it is about you that separates you from else because there is no other you in this world you might think ideas are special you might think wow i just came up with the most ground breaking rab aleutian airy never before thought of idea that's to make me trillions of dollars and check this out somebody by freak of nature right at the same exact moment that you had that idea might have thought of the same never before thought of idea in another part of the planet. You know you're in the uk. Somebody australia might have had that thought. Same never before had idea. But here's what will happen to different people will execute that same idea to very different ways the idea if not special you and how you execute the idea is special. So when you're able to do that successful just come to you. And that's what. I did at the very beginning. Because when i started not only were the celebrity magazines not using their websites to break celebrity news but the way that celebrities were covered was very different. How we spoke about them was different. I talked about celebrities like they were real people and not these larger than life personalities pedestal and perez hilton dot com. No and just as important. I never talk down to my readers and more than that. I always made my readers feel because they were like friends to me. Like i was talking my friends. And you know naively or stupidly. That's one of the ways that i would also justify a lot of my bad behavior because i would say you know i'm just talking to my friends and this is what i tell my friends in the real world like my friends and i talk about the gay celebrities that are closeted. So i'm just talking to my friends online or my friends talk about that person being ugly or whatever like a lot of the dumb stupid wrong hurtful crap that i did when i was younger. That's one of the ways that would justify. I'm just saying what everybody's thinking. I'm just talking to my friends. Like i would talk to my friends in the real world and now that i'm older you realize i've realized you shouldn't say everything is think and that might seem really simple but not everybody adheres to that. I mean we have a big baby in the white house. That says everything he thinks and he got all the way into the white house in his seventies. I mean that did you because you have very open about it in the book. That are mistakes that you made and there are things that you wish that you haven't done. Obviously you've had to make peace to them now but at the time i'm always curious about how ambitious particularly singular ambition when you're working for yourself in your case you regret example because your name is on. The website embody the did the idea of the acceptance of getting seven million visits day. But then pats not being liked when you're going to parties and people actually starting to your face. I like you and how do you develop a bulletproof skin to that..
"boys jesuit school" Discussed on Scheananigans with Scheana Shay
"Yeah, and then I got in trouble or lake. Whomever like if I if I give my opinion on a Madonna. Madonna, is my number one artist of all time my biggest inspiration in life. I don't have to prove myself as a Madonna Fan I am and I'm a fan forever but I'm sheep and I'm not stand is just blindly following somebody if Madonna says or does something that I think needs to be called out, I, will some people are like? No, you should just keep that to yourself. Don't talk about it publicly at your her fad your job what I love about. This story about Madonna and I am obsessed with her as well. She's idol to but you had said I, think she's playing guitar in this tour and she brought you back the next night put you on the front row and said Pres- things I'm playing guitar with, and that's the way to handle it I. Love that about her I love that story. Yeah. The boss and I'm jealous you met her I've met her a few times. That was like the wildest dream come true for me because I grew up fantasizing about even seeing her in concert because she didn't tour for a decade the longest time. Yes. She took off from touring from ninety three to two thousand and one when I was a teenager and I wanted to go see her in concert so bad and then when she finally did go back on tour her first tour back drowned world tour in two thousand and one I had just graduated college with a broke post Grad. So I charged my two hundred fifty dollar ticket which I didn't have the money for and a few years later I ended up filing for bankruptcy not because of. Because, they're making a bunch of poor decisions that was the star You know what I had tickets for that tour as well and I remember she canceled because I was in I was Gonna go see her in New York City. I was living on the east coast at the time and she was sick or whatever, and she canceled at night at that point she was saying that was going to be her last tour and I remember crying, I, called it my dad crying never going to see a Madonna and so this day haven't seen her live but I've really ever seen her either Valerie so iconic. Dan got a great show next to Madonna who would you say you've had your biggest like starstruck like Oh, my God moment meeting. It was in the fall of two, thousand and six. I had only been doing what I do for two years. So it's still very early on and I was working on a pilot for a TV show for vh one. And Gloria. Estefan was right up there with Madonna for me because I'm Cuban from Miami and gay. So she was royalty for me that I share the story on Heather's podcast now read about it in your book. Okay. So listen I don't know if people listening know how things work on television if a stranger asked me to do a pilot for them I'd be like okay how much you pay because I'm not gonNA waste my time for a stranger if it not gonNA air it, it's only for pilot. But Gloria. Did that for me as a favor and her time is mummy by that point. Now, two thousand six was already one of the biggest stars on the planet and was so kind and generous and it's Come full circle because now she's got a new talk show on facebook Wa to her daughter's Red Table Talk Stefan's. I'm obsessed with it. I love it knows that I love that I love the Jada with her daughter and mother. So this one is just it's compelling to me too. That's awesome. I loved her growing up as well. the nineties. It was a good time to be a kid so you grew up in. Miami for us. Good, what was that like I mean it must have been very There's a lot of music coming out of there and every time I always go Miami I just love it because it doesn't really feel like the US almost it feels just I. I love it. I love all the passion and you can walk into any place on I'm sure it's not like this right now but any restaurant people are dancing on tables and just it's just a very sexy vibe. I love it. There it was. The best thing for me and the worst thing for me. which do you want me to start with the positive or the negative? The negative will end on a positive right It was the worst thing for me because and I hope it's changed but I don't know I mean I don't think it's changed that much I was just watching the glorious death on show and they had an entire episode dedicated to her daughters coming out because glare step daughter is dating a woman and she didn't quite put a label on herself. She didn't say I'm gay or lesbian or Queer or whatever. But she's been in a same sex relationship for four years and to this day I still think it is like the Latino community is not be most accepting. Gay, people but not even that, and this is what's sad to me. They're not even accepting of just different people if you grew up in Miami and you're a heterosexual girl or guy, and you tell your mom and dad, I wanna be a playwright or I wanna be a sculptor and passionate about sculpting, I wanna be you know in the the best museums in the world your parents would probably be like that's weird. No I don't want you to be a sculptor. I want you to have a a dependable job as the be a dentist or an engineer or a nurse or a politician. That's what all of the people that that went to my school did. I grew up in the Cuban cloyd right like everybody was Cuban and even then it was even even much more of a monolith thankfully now while it still Latino dominating, it's grown more diverse. There's people from a lot of people from Venezuela that have moved to Miami and from other parts of south and Central America. But in the eighty to ninety, it was mainly just Cubans and I went to the all boy Jesuit school where your differences weren't celebrated..
"boys jesuit school" Discussed on Majority 54
"Great Show about coaching to the point where Diana has said, she wants to use it like in her presentations in her in her speaking stuff that she does for groups highs. Yeah and so you've played basketball in high school and college. So I was wondering if it's based on a coach that you had not exactly it's based on it's based on a bunch of things because 'cause coaches are just like A. Great teacher a great mentor, a great partner. You know whether it be romantic or platonic, but just someone that someone that I've always sort of looked at it. Someone that sees something in you sees more new than you can see in yourself that point 'cause I think often you know we are personal baggage especially as we get older and accumulate more and more even though it might be nicer luggage it's still baggage not. That that that can cloud our intuition and the way we view certainly the world. But then also the way we view ourselves in the world, and so you know a great example that that doesn't necessarily coach. But when people know Tina Fey Tina fey with someone that when I got hired as a writer at Saturday night live told me like hey, if. You can improvise you can write and she she knew I had a knack for for doing. Improv. So she was she came in there as like a, you know an an actor from second city main stage and we we write our own stuff for ourselves but then she got hired to write for other people. That's a little bit of a a mine home. and and she she just again was like, no, you can do this. You can do this and Lorne was the same way I had that in high school to my high school basketball coach. Him Donnie Campbell who ended up having a really successful career at oblivion north. West. After China's west, we at a camp in between right before junior year and I transferred from rockers to. Know all boys, Jesuit School in Casey Amo- to China's West Public School, and he was a new coach. So it was like starting fresh with this this place as a junior and I remember him saying that after this week practice that we had it was like there's no reason you can't be the best point guard in this league and I remember writing that down on a strip of paper hanging above my door and it I don't know if I actually I. Don't think achieved it I i. don't think I cheated that but it at least the any bit of me that would hold myself back or want to do something on behalf of someone else. As a guy who I don't think it was never been in a bar fight but would fight someone if they insulted like a friend or a family member or like my Gal that I, it felt like I was being called to do more and try harder and be the best version of myself by someone that saw that me and so you know coach Campbell was one of those people you know a lot of the the it was kind of like They'll self met John Wooden like you know John Win the Great Ucla Coach who who has tremendous philosophy. I mean people know his pyramid of success it's taught and business. That's the thing I used to teach win coaching Improv in Chicago because it is found the two cornerstones of enthusiasm and industriousness is hard work to be objectively outstanding things to bring into any endeavour you do in life and I don't care. If you know running for office racing, go karts if you if you have those two things that people are GonNa want to kick it with you. and. The show makes that point by like it starts with the absurd premise of a football coach American football coach becoming a football football coach and demonstrates that will you know coaching is coaching and leadership and leadership has many different ways. It doesn't all have to be like Michael Jordan the last dance it doesn't have to be a guy motivating through fear and intimidation are not saying necessarily Michael did that. But because he certainly walked the walk to I think that's the most impressive thing he was always. Always. winning. The suicide raises in practice. Is Like I like your Michael Jordan a tyrant take. I don't think I don't think. I'm alone there. We did not hear much from Luc Longley in that. Now. What's crazy? The one that I do want to say about this in regards to like what we were talking about for the first few minutes of this is that I believe that a dangerous combination and The worst cocktail of a human male is one that is ignorant with with arrogance that that combos you know been played comedic dramatically for a while you know in great in great ways and I just felt like Ted is is you know ignorant but curious and the importance of curiosity and empathy and an active listening and restorative justice, and there's elements. There's elements to that throughout this show that informed show that we're all existed long before trump was you know President. Because the crazy thing was the whole idea for the show is is a big high-concept premise that we really took. Careful. Reasoning of how we can make this, justify it justify it as a premise where it could be believable because the jagged little pill you had to accept in two thousand fifteen was this question was wait I dunno Jason How can someone who has no idea what they're doing be in charge of something as important as a professional soccer team. No one asked that question now Would bring up everybody's just like, Oh, I, get it. That makes sense. Long. One thing you know it's it's hilarious show but I think the real core of it is the idealism of this coach and his outlook which I think is actually super substantive and something. I think a lot of people can learn from in a world that feels kind of cynical right now I think so you know. I talked about a lot and he talks a lot about using your platform and I'm not active on social media and I think they'd comes from a little bit of when all that started kicking off. You know we I'd a weekly platform on snl you know and and so it I didn't feel this call to you know also put myself out there that way and nor did a lot of people my generation. But this show has a lot of a you know a lot of my beliefs. That actually segues really nicely into a segment that we call unsolicited campaign advice you and I, met right. Before I started to become more well known and you've given me a lot of great advice about navigating that changed my life and then throw a friendship i. feel like I've sort of had the chance to see up close and personal a celebrity figuring. Out How to go about using their platform to occasionally talk about politics. So what do you feel like you've learned first from Olivia's example because she's very active obviously has been for a while and the second from your own experience over the last few years about the opportunities and then the potential misteps of somebody in your position becoming more outspoken I had very. Neat opportunity to see the highs and lows of fame with my uncle George who is joining played norm on. Cheers. So I got to view it as a little kid. I saw people be excited to meet him but also call him by his wrong name calling norm you know and and how depending on how he was feeling how that feels. You know especially. When he's back on Chicago or what have you, and with one of the things again, not being on social media when we first started doing it what I what I love about is that that is one of the themes of of the last show Islamic people get put in Boxes Meghan putting boxes, women put boxes, women that are pretty get put in boxes and People Thought Olivia Wilde was this and then I got to know Olivia. Wilde. As Livia then I got to see that her personality really came across in her in her social media and it wasn't just you know how? How funny she is now smart she is. But also how passionate she is about activism and I think you gotTa, you gotTa be authentic. That's the thing you know me, Jason I talk a lot about is that this feels a little cynical glib but authenticity has become a currency. The same way that shamelessness has you know I think it's the the force in the dark side right there you like..
"boys jesuit school" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM
"Eight priests who worked at Brophy college preparatory in central Phoenix had been credibly accused of sexual assault. Their names were on the list released by the Jesuit west province today. Father provincial, Scott Santa Rosa, Jesuit west says the church needs to reexamine things need to dig deep and say, you know, there are churches sinful, and why do we still participate? Those accused worked at Brophy between nineteen fifty and nineteen Ninety-three only one of the eight broke priests accusations happened during the time that he worked at the all boys Jesuit school KTAR is on immigration is continues to release Central American migrants seeking asylum to valley churches almost daily yesterday about one hundred fifty migrants were dropped off at the grove church and Chandler, a rally o- from Guatemala and his seventeen year old son or among them. He says he came to the US to find a job and provide a better life for his wife and thirteen year old son who had to say backing Tamala. He and other migrants were connected with families in the valley who are hosting them in their homes until they're able to reunite with loved ones in the US a Buckeye father rearrested today for allegedly murdering his three month old baby. Twenty five year old John Anthony Santana was originally arrested in may for second degree murder, but the court dismissed that case now after police say additional evidence came to light Santana is being charged with first degree murder and child abuse. Sontonga originally told police he'd found the boy unresponsive in his home in early may KTAR is on the economy as volatile week on Wall Street has some economists suggesting that another recession is on the horizon Bank rates. Mark Hamrick tells KTAR you need to start preparing for the worst. Now in case things do go south.
"boys jesuit school" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM
"Jack's number is two zero one six nine three to five five seven. We're talking to smallest Roman Oben. We're talking about what it's like to be a former NFL player having your son goes through the recruiting process, and what that's involved tail and it's an interesting kind of situation, particularly if you are a sports parent yourself, and we're taking calls at one eight seven seven three three seven sixty six sixty six Roman. Let's continue on let's go to. Let's go over to the west orange and Roland is standing by rolling. Good morning. You're on the fan. What a wonderful topic. You know, I'm sixty six years old, and I coached children thirty three consecutive years. Not in football. But I noticed when they change that you could go to any school. They changed districts and everything I wanna address Roman on this you mentioned very prestigious high schools. My question is. Does that make a difference? What high school you choose to send your son or daughter to where they're going to be looked at more than another school? That's a good question. Roll. Thank you for that Roman. What about that doesn't make a difference about why did you send your son at Saint Peter's prep? Well, I went to I grew up in Washington DC and went to Gonzaga high school, so it's all boys Jesuit school. And and I I just believe in philosophy. So it it had nothing to do with with anyone that lives in New Jersey understands the Bergen Bosco and in all those, you know, all that competition. What's had nothing to do with that by any means? I just wanted to go to an all boys school just for that that part of male development, but just from athletics standpoint, it's probably best to go to a high school where you.
"boys jesuit school" Discussed on KQED Radio
"-tainer. Thank you for speaking to us on the USA. I'm so happy to I'm a fan of the show. It's truly a really special moment for me to be on this with you and to be able to hopefully, inform enlighten your audience enlighten. So Perez, actually. Is a word that you would apply to yourself and to the work that you've done in the past in the past. I used to do things a lot differently than I do now. But yeah, we use that word enlightened even back. Then even though I would say, I was definitely diluted. But in my mind, I was saying, well, I'm just shining the light on celebrities behaving badly, and those that get it. Right. Well, let's let's go back to the beginning. Sure. So you grew up in Miami, your mom and dad both of them were born in Cuba. And I think that they left Cuba with like seriously nothing. So tell us a little bit about how you remember your childhood in many ways, my childhood was the opposite of what it is. Now, like, I would say I was not a very active participant in my formative years because my parents were more than just fine. Allowing the t. To be my baby sitter. So since as early as I could remember when I was young that's all I would do is watch television. And I was like a zombie in front of that screen. My childhood. I would say was very traditional normal for Miami. And I would also say that it was not easy for me. Not because of anything my parents did. But just society as a whole, you know, I was born gay. I've known I was gay since I could remember, and I grew up in a Latino community. I went to an all boys Jesuit school from sixth grade through twelfth grade and back in the nineties, people weren't out. And I remember vividly eleventh grade, my theology teacher said something to us about homosexuality. She said, you know, studies say that one out of every ten is gay. And I'm like, wow. That's so progressive hurt or even acknowledge that. And then immediately. Afterwards. This teacher said the chew boys are not like other boys. And not only was I struggling with being gay and in the closet, but I also grew up very fat. I would eat my rice and beans and steak maybe all of that. And my mom's idea of us being healthy back. Then was giving me a salad of iceberg lettuce with tomatoes and Megan as. That's what.
"boys jesuit school" Discussed on KQED Radio
"My childhood. I would say was very traditional a normal for Miami. And I would also say that it was not easy for me. Not because of anything my parents did. But just society as a whole, you know, I was born gay. I've known I was gay since I could remember, and I grew up in a Latino community. I went to an all boys Jesuit school from sixth grade through twelfth grade and back in the nineties, people weren't out. And I remember vividly eleventh grade, my theology teacher said something to us about homosexuality. She said studies say that one out of every ten is gay. And I'm like, wow. That's so progressive hurt or even acknowledge that. And then immediately. Afterwards. This teacher said the chew boys are not like other boys. And not only was I struggling with being gay and in the closet, but I also grew up very fat. I would eat my rice and beans and steak maybe all of that. And my mom's idea of us being healthy back. Then was giving me a salad of iceberg lettuce with tomatoes and mayonnaise. That's what she thought was healthy. I've always been just very intrigued obsessed fascinated by celebrity and pop culture. And I think I also attributed that to being Latino my mom was super teeth. Most is they.
"boys jesuit school" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"Us on team USA, I'm so happy to I'm a fan of the show. It's truly a really special moment for me to be on this with you. And and to be able to hopefully, inform enlighten your audience as to who. I am enlighten. So Perez actually is that a word that you would apply to yourself and to the work that you've done in the past in the past. I used to do things a lot differently than I do now. But yeah, we use that word lighten even back. Then even though I would say, I was definitely diluted. But in my mind, I was saying, well, I'm just shining the light on celebrities behaving badly, and those that get it. Right. Well, let's let's go back to the beginning. Sure. So you grew up in Miami, your mom and dad both of them were born in Cuba. And I think that they left Cuba with like seriously nothing. So tell us a little bit about how you remember your childhood in many ways, my childhood was the opposite of what it is. Now, like, I would say I was not a very active participant in my formative years because my parents. For more than just fine allowing the TV to be my baby sitter. So since as early as I can remember when I was young that's all I would do is watch television. And I was like a zombie in front of that screen. My childhood. I would say was very traditional a normal for Miami. And I would also say that it was not easy for me. Not because of anything my parents did. But just society as a whole, you know, I was born gay. I've known I was gay since I could remember, and I grew up in a Latino community. I went to an all boys Jesuit school from sixth grade through twelfth grade and back in the nineties, people weren't out. And I remember vividly eleventh grade, my theology teacher said something to us about homosexuality. She said, you know, studies say that one out of every ten is gay, and I'm like, wow, that's so progressive for her to even acknowledge that. And then immediately. Afterwards. This teacher said the two boys are not like other boys. And not only was I struggling with being gay and in the closet, but I also grew up very fat. I would eat my rice and beans and steak maybe all of that. And and my mom's idea of us being healthy back. Then was giving me a salad of iceberg lettuce with tomatoes and mayonnaise. That's what she thought was healthy. I've.
"boys jesuit school" Discussed on KMJ NOW
"And give me your strictest. Attention. You got to hear the story. That's breaking right now. Oh my God. This is just great. You know, the Democrats are trying to get anything. They can break Cavanaugh who is the Trump nominee for supreme court Justice, correct? Well, they got him Dianne Feinstein. Sent a letter to the feds that reportedly includes allegations of sexual misconduct. Between the supreme court nominee, Mr. Cavanaugh, judge cavenaugh and a woman. When they were both in high school. Now, this is a decades old allegation of sexual misconduct. Okay. Now Feinstein, of course, the top democrat on the Senate Judiciary committee said the information was brought forward by a person who wants to remain anonymous, and she declined to detail the letters contents, but the New York Times citing two officials familiar with the matter reported about the nature of the allegations against this fifty three year old gentleman who's the Trump nominee. Now Feinstein said a statement I have received information from an individual concerning the nation of Brett cabin out of the supreme court that individuals strongly requested confidentiality declined to come forward or press the matter further, but I've heard that decision I have ever however, referred the matter to the federal investigative authorities. The information came in a letter which was first sent to the office of the California Democratic Representative and S U S H O E S H O and included the allegation of sexual misconduct. Now, the White House has issued a furious response. And the Trump team is blaming you know, Chuck Schumer and the rest for this last minute revelation, but there's one problem. With his allegations of sexual misconduct from this woman who went to high school with camera. One one one little problem. Kavanagh attended the Georgetown preparatory school. Which is an all boys. Jesuit high school in Maryland. Oh my God. How embarrassing is that stretch and fail miserably? First off. Totally ridiculous that we're going back. You know what three or four decades on sexual misconduct. From an individual who wants to remain totally anonymous and keep everything strictly confidential yet, the Senator thinks it needs to be reported and the New York Times wants to get into the whole thing. And then we find out that the judge went to an all boys Jesuit school. Right. That's the funniest thing. I've heard this year so far while not to mention the fact that anyone that went to high schools guilty of sexual misconduct. And no doubt about it. We we all did something or said something for crying out loud. Oh, man. Just shows you how Democrats have nothing. I mean, they have they're so desperate. They're so desperate for any little morsel. They fell into that. And again, they didn't look at the big picture. They didn't do their homework. And once again, we have an anonymous source. Yeah. I mean, come what's to remain confidential? And not supply any information about what was allegedly done in Diane's going to respect that. Yeah. But yet it becomes news. And she wants to report it my God moving right along US secret service has launched a formal inquiry after the legendary Broadway star Carole cook. And I mentioned this last hour joked about the President Trump being assassinated over the weekend pie, leaving the West Hollywood steakhouse, which is called Craig's the media caught up with Carol cooking. Her husband who's Tom troupe? And they asked what she thought about the frozen Broadway musical actor, Tim Hughes. Stealing a Trump twenty twenty flag from an audience member the previous week. She said I didn't see that and asked if the Broadway musical was the proper venue to wave a pro-trump flag and kill cook. Replied, my answer to that is where is John Wilkes booth when you need them. Now, you're going to ask me who the hell is John Wilkes booth. He kills presidents. He was president Abraham Lincoln's killer. So the remark is sparked concerns among the secret service, and they're going to interview her as a precautionary measure, she's ninety four years old. But the secret service has now indicated they're not taking anything off the table anymore. Because of what we talk about in the last hour, this this big uptick in violent acts against individuals on the right Republicans and conservatives so she's on the list, and it's an inquiry even though she's ninety four years old. Feinstein, isn't that the best story? Oh, you went to an all boys school a Jesuit school to boot. Well. Whether this woman exists or not women could very well exist, but she's just making this up to ensure that you know, he he doesn't get the nomination. But the fact that they ran with that how embarrassing I mean, this this is sounding more and more like the Clarence Thomas, Anita hill thing, they want to turn this thing into a circus, which which it already is. Yeah. We're already there. But I mean, he's going to get the gig. Anyways, we've discussed a thousand times. All right. We're going to change hats dramatically here before Dan growing and his attorney coming in the next hour and talk about how we won. And those votes will be counted if indeed they still exist. That's the big worry. The Harris poll the subject of our daily buzz question about Taco Bell as America's favorite Mexican restaurant. This. This is a survey of over seventy thousand people big Harris poll nationwide customer survey of favorite brands, and that Harris poll they finally released their two thousand eighteen results on more than three thousand different brands on which companies are the favorite companies amongst consumers and the respondents of weighed in on everything from printers the pizzas. And the results are somewhat surprising. And as you know, the best Mexican restaurant. Is Taco Bell. I don't know what to say. Maybe most of America hasn't tasted real Mexican food. I'll say it again, I have nothing against Taco Bell. I go Taco Bell often. And for whatever reason I go late at night, and I go to Taco Bell because I want talk. Oh, bill. I don't go to Taco Bell from Mexican food. You know, I go to Taco Bell. Because I want Taco Bell to me Taco Bell is singular in the food that a tough it's Taco Bell food Mexican food. Now the best burger in this. This Harris survey was five guys can't let people would agree with that fifteen hundred locations there in thirteen countries. I've had it once and it was very good five guys. Best burger best coffee shop Donut crispy cream. Mine, but I'm not surprised best chicken restaurant. Do you think? Colonel. No. Chick-fil-a? Oh. Surprise. I can I can see that. I can see that. I mentioned this yesterday. Best pizza never heard of him. Thirty five states there in Canada, and they're in Kuwait and they're known because they can they can do your pizza in three minutes. Lebron James big investor and they're called blaze pizza. And this survey in a very big way. According to what I'm bringing here. Blaze pizza, number one. And I don't know about a pizza in three minutes. That doesn't doesn't charge me up know good food takes time L mind waiting time certain amount of time for good food. So a three minute pizza. Well, we we have one Clovis what we do. Oh. And we have on coming to river park soon. We we gotta blaze pizza gotta blaze pizza never heard of it. I just looked it up. I'll be darned. Yeah. Well, I'm gonna have to try it best sandwich. Shop subway. Pinera? There you go tie. I like them both. I'm Vic subway fan. Alright. Well, I mean, I I like it because I can just go in there and get what I want I build it my way why big it, you know, I don't ever order anything off their menu. I just do my thing. I I've been staring towards Delhi delicious lately. I've never done that. Pretty good. Pretty darn good San really. Oh. Yeah. All right. Hop astronomy. I record is one by my house. So I can I can give that a hoot. They're all right. And then I can go on and on cable network HBO, you know, best Bank Capital One. Who gives a damn, oh, I do I like Capital One. Yeah. I'm I'm I'm not surprised by that. At all best wireless carrier. Verizon who I had the worst experience with God. They were terrible. All right. We're gonna have serious talk about Taco Bell. Again, I'm not discipline. I'm not putting them down. I like talking about. All right. I know. But that question, and it's our daily buzz question here. It is again, gene dot com. And also on the air Taco Bell is America's favorite Mexican restaurant, isn't yours. Answer that for me. And if it isn't. Where is your favorite Mexican restaurant? So we're going to do kind of a best of something. We haven't done in ages. Now, I know because we're in central California Taco Bell is not going to be your favorite Mexican restaurant. Even though we have no complaints about Taco Bell Taco Bell. Because we want Taco Bell food. But. Answer. The question Taco Bell is America's favorite Mexican restaurant, isn't yours. And then a land the caveat. If it's not. What? And where is your favorite Mexican restaurant? And I'm dying to know because I'm an aficionado of Mexican food. I. Of Mexican food. So what where is your favorite Mexican restaurant? And if it's Taco Bell could for them you'll be in sync with the rest of America. Four nine zero fifty eight fifty eight eight hundred seventy seven six fifty.
"boys jesuit school" Discussed on Latino USA
"Mattia Raimondo Avenida junior, aka Perez Hilton is perhaps the most well known celebrity and gossip writer of our time. In the mid audits, he became famous. Well, some people might say infamous actually because of his blog, press Hilton dot com where he wrote about the latest exploits in scandals of Paris, Hilton Lindsay, Lohan, and the like his signature style also included giving celebrities nicknames that they probably didn't like a lot. Here's a clip of him. Naming some of these on the Jimmy Kimmel show in two thousand and seven. Jessica Simpson, you call jugs jugs. Brittany spears is she's a hot mess. Hotman I call her a lot of other things. Kirsten Dunst kinky drunks pres- Hilton was also known for the drawings of genitalia that he would put over the pictures of celebrity. That he posted would Peres does, and I'm assuming that's not your real name is he draws penises on people's faces, but he came true when he began to out gay celebrities like Neil Patrick Harris and clay Aitken. Is that true? The rumor that you're gay? Ask clay. I'm sitting on the cake and Sal. Still, none of this deterred people from flocking to his website with its signature hot pink color scheme at its peak. It received seven million views daily. Now at a time when we have the first quote reality, television president, it's illuminating to talk to someone who was instrumental in the rise of reality TV show stars and who in fact was part of establishing a kind of bullying rhetoric that's common now, not just in social media, but also in our politics. So today, Chris Hilton speaks to me about his Latino identity. His regrets and what comes next for the Cuban-American info -tainer. Thank you for speaking to us on the USA. Oh, I'm so happy to him a fan of the show. It's truly a really special moment for me to be on this with you and to be able to hopefully inform enlighten your audience as to who I am enlighten. So pres- actually is a word that you would apply to yourself and to the work that you've done in the past in the past? I used to do things a lot differently than I do now. But yeah, I would use that word lightened. Even back then, even though I would say I was definitely diluted, but in my mind, I was saying, well, I'm just shining the light on celebrities behaving badly and those that get it. Right. Well, let's let's go back to the beginning. Sure. So you grew up in Miami, your mom and dad? Both of them were born in Cuba and I think that they left Cuba with like seriously, nothing. So tell us a little bit about how you remember your childhood in many ways. My childhood was the opposite of what it is now. Like I would say I was not a very active participant in my formative years because my parents were more than just fine allowing the TV to be my babysitter. So since as early as I can remember when I was young, that's all I would do is just watch television and I was like a zombie in front of that screen. My childhood, I would say was very traditional normal for Miami. And I would also say that it was not easy for me, not because of anything. My parents did, but just society is a whole, you know, I was born gay. I've known. I was gay since I could remember. And I grew up in a Latino community. I went to an all boys Jesuit school from sixth grade through twelfth grade, and back in the nineties people weren't out. And I remember vividly eleventh grade my theology teacher said something to us about homosexuality. She said, you know, studies say that one out of every ten is gay, and I'm like, wow, that's so progressive hurt or even knowledge that and then immediately after. Words, this teacher said, but chew. Boys are not like other boys. And not only was I struggling with being gay and in the closet. But I also grew up very fat. I would eat my rice and beans and steak me because EEO all of that and my mom's idea of us being healthy back then was giving me a salad of iceberg lettuce with tomatoes and Megan as that's what she thought was healthy. I have seen your your mom. On your different channels and social media..