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"christina lopez" Discussed on Circle Round
"Oh that is so lovely jacqueline. Yes your poem tells us so much about you and your mom and your great. Great grandfather jacqueline. What is you to begin writing. And how long ago was that That's such a great question. I've known i wanted to be a writer since i was about heaven and two things really inspired me. I remember the first time a teacher read to me. A book called The little match girl by hans christian andersen. I know it. I know. I love that book. And i fell in love with the story and the way it was being told and i fell in love with a little girl and i wanted the world to be different so i wanted to write a different narrative also when i was a kid i got in trouble for lying a lot and i would always get in trouble and i had a teacher who said instead of lying. Write it down because if you write it down. It's not a lie anymore it's fiction. Oh is she worships ma. Well thank you both for having me at the library today. Jacqueline the pleasure is all hours. Yes it was such a treat to hear you read. Come back again soon. Won't you please. I definitely will buy you too. Bye bye thank you bye jacqueline. I am so inspired by jack. Lynne's characters and a great great grandfather. They've made me feel much braver than i did before. Isn't it amazing. How stories can do that. And now i'm feeling quite ready for my first cello lesson and i'm more excited than nervous wonderful. Oh you've just reminded me before i go. It's time for wonderful wonderful. every week. We share the words we love and our listeners do too. I heard a wonderful word. Jacqueline's book today homeland it means where a person originally comes from. Oh that is a special word. My homeland is england. I was born there and lived there for many years before i moved to america. Yes me to another word. I love from jacqueline's book. Is souvenir in french. Means to remember but a souvenir is also what we call an object. That helps us remember something. It could be a snow globe. You buy to remember vacation or maybe a photo that helps you remember a person even if they're far away that's a souvenir that is a wonderful word. Let's hear our listeners. Wonderful words to my wonderful word is inspired. Because it means someone's brilliant practice your work sassafras because it's fun to see and it sounds silly. My were is a green because it's so young house because his cozying nights by favor word is gurgle because so funny i say oh those are great words. Yes every one. Do you have more wonderful words. You'd like to share with us. You can send them to us by visiting julie's library show or egg. Oh look at the time mom. You'd better run to your chiller lesson. Oh you're right. Oh wish me luck good black. We'll be back next week with another book that we picked out just for you so until then happy reading goodbye. Everyone dooley's library is hosted and produced by julie andrews in me emma walton hamilton. The featured book in this episode was the day you begin by jacqueline woodson illustrated by rafael lopez and published by. Nancy paulsen books. Thanks to the team at penguin. Random house we always recommend picking up the book for yourself. You can find the day you begin at your local library or bookstore. Rafael's illustrations of all. The students in this book are gorgeous. You can read more of jacqueline's poetry in her award winning more brown girl dreaming for more book recommendations head to julie's library show dot org sign up for our newsletter and you'll receive special activities and notes from mom and me dooley's libraries produced by molly bloom illicit dudley. Rosie dupont tracey mumford. Mark sanchez and sandon talking. Our executive producer is loren d digital production is by christina lopez and original. Music is from allison leyton brown engineering by sam. Hamilton and sound mixing is bhai corey shrapnel and romani special thanks to lily kin and associate professor sara park of saint catherine university for consulting with our team. We always love hearing from our listeners. Today you heard the voices of sarafina from connecticut lily from ashland north carolina. Evelyn from richmond. Virginia pippa from macon georgia. Charlie from farmington new york amelia from san diego california freda from maryland and gussie. Julie's libraries libraries a.
"christina lopez" Discussed on WTOP
"Easy. A 20 on w T o P CBS News Special Report. It's a turning point to end the fighting Israel and impossible Cease fire across the Gaza Strip border in 30 minutes. Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu's office says his security cabinet had voted unanimously in favor of a mutual and unconditional Gaza truce proposed by Egypt. It comes after Netanyahu and President Biden spoke six times in the last 11 days. I believe the Palestinians and Israelis Equally deserved to live safely and securely and enjoy equal measures of freedom, prosperity and democracy. My administration will continue our quiet, relentless diplomacy toward that act. CBS News correspondent Holly Williams has been covering the fighting from Tel Aviv. They've really positioned themselves pretty successfully during this conflict as a defender of all Palestinian people, not just in the Gaza Strip, but also Arab Israeli citizens here in Israel and people living in the West bed. CBS News Special Report on that Piper again to clarify and update It was seven o'clock tonight D C. The time that the cease fire officially kicked in. We're watching the global TV channels that also social media and we can't cover every corner of the region, of course, but the widespread reports that things are quieter tonight. As this ceasefire settles in, we're gonna keep you updated on w t o P. There are many ideas about how to reform the D C. Police department. But which ones will lawmakers actually run with? Wtl peacemaking clarity reports reshooting the war five just last night Gun violence is a seemingly ever present issue from council member Kenyan McDuffie, who says while policing reform elements from his neighborhood engagement achieves results Act five years ago have yet to be implemented. He's ready to take legislative action to reform policing in the city could not support suing the same solutions, the generational problems. We've got a public safety and police. The council heard from dozens of public witnesses, who weighed in on four bills proposed from the recommendations by the Police Reform Commission, including changes to how do See police search cars and pursuit Vehicles Commission Co chair Christina Lopez People are dying. We cannot be timid and we do not have time for cynical political games. Meghan Cloherty w T o P NEWS NEW tonight. There's an effort underway to get vulnerable veterans in Northern Virginia Vaccinated for Cove it inside Nova reports that the Northern Virginia Veterans Association.
"christina lopez" Discussed on WTOP
"May 20th 2021 87 in Washington down to the fifties and sixties overnight. Good evening. I'm Brendan Hazleton. I'm Sean Anderson. Our top local story this hour. You heard a little bit of that on CBS news. There are two million reasons why Marylanders might want to get a covert shot. If they haven't already. That's how much cash is up for grabs for residents who've rolled up their sleeves. At least 67% of Marylanders have received their first dose of a covert 19 vaccine. But Governor Larry Hogan says he knows that last group is gonna be Harder to get, Which is why we're trying to get even more creative to incentivize vaccination. Starting next Tuesday, the state will begin selecting one vaccinated resident each day at random for a $40,000 prize. Then on July, the fourth of $400,000 reward will go out to a vaccinated Marylander. It's clearer than ever that these vaccines are Extremely effective, You only need one does to be eligible. The state hopes to reach 70% of all adults being vaccinated by Memorial Day weekend. Mike Murillo. W T. O P. News. There are many ideas about how to reform the D C. Police department. But which ones will lawmakers actually run with? Here's wt. Opie's Meghan Clarity just last night gun violence is a seemingly ever present issue from council member Kenyan McDuffie, who says while policing reform elements from his neighborhood and gay Judgment achieves results Act five years ago have yet to be implemented. He's ready to take legislative action to reform policing in the city. I could not support assuming the same solutions, the generational problems we've got in public safety and policing. The council heard from dozens of public witnesses, who weighed in on four bills proposed from the recommendations by the Police Reform Commission, including changes to how D. C police search cars and Pursuit Vehicles Commission Co chair Christina Lopez people are dying. We cannot be timid and we do not have time for cynical political games. Meghan Cloherty w T o P News. Student is arrested and I just school in the district. That student could well suit could soon be publicly reported. That at least, is the name of new the aim. Rather of New D. C Council legislation, D. C. Police will be required to report police involved incidents by race, gender and disability. Right now we're getting bits and pieces, but nothing fairly consistent to let us know like what's the magnitude of the issue here? At large. Council member Kristina Henderson introduced the bill along with former colleagues, she says there's some data showing that black students in D C are more likely to be arrested than white students. But she's as much more transparency is needed. It helps school communities understand, you know, Perhaps some unintended harm that's happening in their communities based on practice is that they have salary bonked. W T O P NEWS 605. The five candidates seeking the Democratic nomination for Virginia governor get together in less than an hour. For the third of four planned debates. We're talking former delegate Jennifer Carroll Foy delegate Lee Carter, Lieutenant governor. Just in Fairfax State Senator Jennifer McClellan and former governor Terry McAuliffe. That debate is on NBC. Forget it starts at seven and you can watch on w t o p dot com If you'd like the winner of the June 8th Democratic primary will face Republican Glenn Young kin in November. Breaking news on Double D T O P. We have Israel and Hamas agreeing to us. Cease fire in the Gaza Strip. President Biden is talking about it at the White House as we speak. We'll have more on his comments in the minutes ahead, but also we're going to talk to former Morocco ambassador ambassador to Morocco from the U. S market. Zberg, who's an expert on Middle East affairs, will talk to him about the cease fire coming up..
"christina lopez" Discussed on WTOP
"Parkway in Prince George's County, Triple A's Says in that one area more than 105,000 speed camera tickets were given out to drivers last year. That's roughly 300 every single day, and it represents a nearly 12% increase over the year before tickets were given to driver's exceeding the speed limit by at least 12 MPH and tickets are 40 bucks apiece. Nick I. Nelly w. T. O P. News. There are many ideas about how to reform the D C. Police department. But which ones will lawmakers actually run with? Let's talk to double D T O peacemaking. Clark reshooting the War five Just last night Gun violence is a seemingly ever present issue from council member Kenyan McDuffie, who says while policing reform elements from his neighborhood engagement achieves results Act five years ago have yet to be implemented. He's ready to take legislative action to reform policing in the city could not support the same solutions, the generational problems we've got in public safety and police. The council heard from dozens of public witnesses, who weighed in on four bills proposed from the recommendations by the Police Reform Commission, including changes to how D C. Police search cars and Pursuit Vehicles Commission Co chair Christina Lopez People are dying. We cannot be timid and we do not have time for cynical political games. Meghan Cloherty w T o P. News. There is a new effort to fight crime in Prince George's County, in the form of a task force created to develop programs that focus on prevention task force is made up of the people I used to brave boy. Prince George's state's attorney says It'll involve partnerships for crime prevention solutions. People.
"christina lopez" Discussed on WTOP
"In Maryland. That's the bridge replacement zone on the Beltway over the Suitland Parkway in Prince George's County, Triple A says in there One area more than 105,000 speed camera tickets were given out to drivers last year. That's roughly 300 every single day, and it represents a nearly 12% increase over the year before tickets were given to driver's exceeding the speed limit by at least 12 MPH and tickets are 40 bucks apiece. Nick I. Nelly w T O P News after a Police Reform Commission issued its report last month, DC lawmakers are now trying to decide what to do next. That story now from W. T. O. P s Meghan clarity. We have three shooters. The war found just last night Gun violence is a seemingly ever present issue from council member Kenyan McDuffie, who says Well policing reform elements from his neighborhood engagement Achieves results Act five years ago have yet to be implemented. He's ready to take legislative action to reform policing in the city could not support suing the same solutions, the generational problems. We've got a public safety and police, the council heard from dozens of public witnesses, who weighed in on four bills proposed from the recommendations by the Police Reform Commission. Including changes to how D C police search cars and Pursuit Vehicles Commission Co chair Christina Lopez people are dying. We cannot be timid and we do not have time for cynical political games. Meghan Cloherty w T O P News When a student is arrested at a school in the district, it could soon be publicly reported. That at least, is the aim of a new legislation out of the D. C Council, DC police would be required to report police involved incidents by race, gender and disability. Right now we're getting bits and pieces, but nothing Fairly consistent to let us know. Like what's the magnitude of the issue here at large. Council member Kristina Henderson introduced the bill along with former colleagues, she says there's some data showing that black students in D C are more likely to be arrested than white students. But she says much more transparency is needed. It helps school communities understand, you know, Perhaps some unintended harm that's happening in their communities based on practice is that they have salary bonked w. T O P News, two of five There is progress to report today in the effort to Bring a full service supermarkets and affordable housing to DC's Ward seven. Mayor Muriel Bowser today announced $50 million in funding and broke ground on a planned development near Minnesota Avenue and Benning Road Northeast. The so called Northeast Heights Development will include retail restaurants and homes. Well, tomorrow is a big day for the National Zoo. It is reopening after the pandemic. Shut it down back in November and double DT Opie's John Aaron got a preview to them here at the National Zoo. Mama Panda, Mei Xiang is chomping down on some bamboo. As cubs shout, She G hangs out in a tree. I'm not usually the kind.
"christina lopez" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM
"Following a shooting your twenty Seventh Avenue McDowell road police say they responded to a burglary call involving a suspect was trying to get into several homes when officers arrived they found an adult man was knocking on doors and windows for help because he was shot a female corrections officer accused of having sex with an inmate and and he like private prison has changed her plea to guilty forty four year old Christina Lopez scheduled to be sentenced on October eleventh the inmate remains in prison custody you never more than fifteen minutes away from today's top stories on Arizona's news station KTAR news. our we check in now with ABC's Alex stone who is covering this story involving the boat fire in the Ventura county and this is news that tech came in I'd be just within the last hour the key T. A. R. news from Alex first the first question I've got is where is the boat in relation to the coast as it docked. yeah well I was anchored off the coast of Ventura county where I mean really off the coast of Santa Cruz island which is in southern California not Santa Cruz itself but Santa Cruz island off the coast of inter county just got off the phone with unofficial in Ventura county and they say that this was a dive boat the number of missing right now is it thirty four so it's higher than than we thought even a few minutes ago they quote fear numerous fidelity is just starting to get light they did rescue five people but there are thirty four more who were unaccounted for now being a dive boat they're hoping that people went over the side made wary island because they were right off the coast of that island but at this point no indication that anybody did get off that that hasn't been found right now so they're searching for those who are missing but the fear of being there could be thirty four people are dead well I also hear that part of the problem for rescuers he is this what this fire continues it has little flash points which causes them to kind of hold up in terms of how far they can get on the boat and that's exactly right could be oxygen tank something causing the the fire to explode from time to time whatever it is that that they've had a rough go we get reports in the last couple of minutes of the boat has actually gone below the water line now which is going to make the investigation the search for human remains that much more difficult but they were trying not to sink the boat they had but water on it but they were trying not to sync it it may have gone under the other concern as we know the sleeping quarters on this seventy five foot boat were below deck so they greatly fear that there has been a loss of life the fire broke out about three thirty in the morning they believe everybody or most most on board were asleep at that point again they're hoping being a dive boat the people jumped in the water and other nearby on the the remote island on Santa Cruz island but no indication of that right now ABC's Alex. we appreciate you updating us on this story and it sounds it has very tragic overtones to it with the the potentially thirty four people being killed in this fire and of course keep to Decatur GA are we'll continue to update you throughout the day on the status of rescue efforts associated with that boat fire at seven seventeen it's time for your health update if you haven't been.
"christina lopez" Discussed on KNST AM 790
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"christina lopez" Discussed on KNST AM 790
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"christina lopez" Discussed on KNST AM 790
"Seven ninety Tucson's most stimulating talk going to be one hundred five degrees today. Hundred five we say that like it's normal and expected Eighty-eight already. So it can S T dot com. Not only do I have the video of the democrat candidate wanting abortions for men. also have a great video that trump tweeted where he literally trolled m._s._n._b._c. for their mistakes their snafu they had gaps they they had people talking on hot mic couldn't figure out what was going on and trump made a video just destroying them it's it's actually pretty it's really it's really funny it's really it's wise great we love me it's real that's a canister dot com stick it on my facebook pages well so let's let's get to this story George Washington University, this, this really piqued my interest. david diversity module this is from campus reform george washington university as a diversity module advising students not to say certain words like lame insane And you ready for this new privilege? It's not just white privilege anymore. They suggest not being illegal is a privilege and it's right. Yeah. A privilege exercise suggests that not having to worry about friends or family. Getting deported is a form of privilege. Did you realize that? So apparently, if you live a life where you don't break the law. That is privilege. You frigging kidding me. A freshman at George Washington University named John Stafford campus reform, he was required to finish this training in order to register for his fall semester. Classes? Can you go duck duck go? Find out how much George Washington University is tuition is. Shirts. Not she right. So they have an online training called diversity, equity and inclusion. So module. One prompt labeled ally. Power describes a white man named Tanner who's planning a salsa and some Brera birthday party for himself. while he has no friends planet forum exactly what salsa who i'm gonna salsa and some rare owes party yeah that's what when a door chip nobody does this wouldn't go you can't be fifty five thousand dollars a year tuition and fees go to george washington university fifty five thousand dollars a year Twenty twenty tuition and fees rose more than five percent from the year before. Is that Trump's ball so yeah, there you go. it says here when luke hears about the party they get angry should have on the second floor exactly because they recognize the event as a cultural appropriation that makes fun of their mexican heritage they tell tanner he should change the theme because it's too offensive ten tenders says i'm opening hearing why you find it insensitive but you need to use less angry tone if we're gonna talk who does this stuff this is what they do going into college anyway whatever it says here making a choice to avoid using a word like gay lay more insane as shorthand to meet something is bad or difficult isn't about being silenced or politically correct they claim it's being informed respectful that's part of the inclusion strategies part of this Oh, yeah. And. And yeah. one panel displayed in the modules 'isms and phobias section describes an example of ace phobia the fear or dislike the fear or dislike or people who are sexual so if you have a fee or dislike of people who are a sexual whatever that is you have ace phobia and says brands friend tells him my girlfriend thinks she's a sexual i'm gonna texture some pictures to show her exactly what she's missing none of the prompt for sexism and hetero normativity features the statement congratulations on your gauge man who's the lucky guy you plan to have a big family 'cause you'll be a great mom apparently if you do that that's hetero normativity You can't say that. You'll be a great mom. Congratulations. You'll be Nope. Can't can't say that don't can't say that. One prompt suggests offering to lose weight together with someone who is overweight perpetuates, sizes them. I agree with that saw your shut up. Is that bad? Oh, you didn't meet it now. I didn't mean it. It mean at all. size it they had to go through all this notre register for classes and then of course the best is the whole idea of if you are not here illegally you have privilege Seriously? the students had took about two hours to finish the training mandatory videos they couldn't skip them i mean you should just get drunk when you do it but 'nother privileged prompt students to agree or disagree with the assertion that police officers, make them feel safe. many people know police officers or police as reliable protectors the caption reads however reports or experiences of mistreatment based on characteristics including race citizenship status disability really gender identity sexual orientation can result in members of marginalized groups fearing violence or unfair treatment from police this is serious of course they're serious You know this all sounds five grand what? Yeah. No, you're right. You're right. Get along. Why? Spotting privilege. in another activity the modules suggest this george washington university in another activity the modules suggests that not being told one is the wrong in the wrong bathroom having one's family attend graduation not worrying about family or friends being deported having a name people can pronounce worrying that one cannot fit in classroom seats not missing class because scented products make me sick all constitute privilege that's right if if you can't miss a class because there's some kind of sent either in i guess what a candle a cologne perfume doesn't make you sick your privilege that you don't get sick because of that smell this i mean this is what this is straight out of the democrat party That makes no sense. it's a privilege your privileged to not get sick again having an aim people could pronounce privilege worrying worrying that one cannot fit in classroom seats privilege i guess meaning if you can fit or not worrying about family or friends being deported privilege let's go back to the the name it's easily pronounce yeah seriously that's your parents fault i let me tell you something you're right and i'm living proof of that yeah as i've been called all kinds of names that aren't garrett seve i say it now then what's going to happen next time i'm out or whatever beer club that then i'm out eight people they bust my chops which i think is great and funny but they bust my chops matter what I tell you the story. I mean what my name's my name. So I had Mr. long for English in ninth grade. And I believe for eleventh grade as well. You know, I found entertaining as a teacher, smart t. It was kind of an inspired teacher and have many. Right. Okay. he has to question in class i'm in his class for the second time in two years right standing with ninth tenth and eleventh or maybe it was ninth and tenth i had a we two to two years at four in high school And two out of the first three least. Some question was asked, and I put my hand up. And he looks and everybody the hands up because I know the answer any looks at me points and says, Gerard, am I. Are you talking about? So, of course, I take all kinds of abuse for my friends everybody in the classroom, by the way didn't shoot up the school. I didn't need frigging therapy. I didn't stuff. Sure. what is wrong with you so yes apparently couldn't pronounce my name yet i'm okay we'll get you didn't you feel that other people named keith had no problem tom brian yes yes that's it they had privileged and i didn't get the hell out of here and this is what they have at george washington university if your family is not to be deported you have privilege screw you want him to be you literally have to be just stupid is a stick to go to well not sure you've to graduate just dumped you just go to college like this this is straight this is this is something that every democrat on stage last night tonight would support and trump would say what is this crap and that's why i support him nine thirty three will continue don't go anywhere i have some more really okay eric welcome became an sti yeah hi this inclusivity policy that will course that these george washington freshman app complete it takes a little bit contradictory and hypocritical it seems rather exclusive when you charge fifty five thousand a year to go to exclusive and don't you have to be pretty rich privileged to go there at fifty five that's a great point i mean it isn't privileged just to go there what privileged just to be accepted to besides paying the bill right what if you're not accepted how is that not fair it's not very inclusive most of the lower income people we'll never get to go there That's a great point. Eric, I appreciate it. Thank you very much. Two great point nine thirty three. We will continue it is Kennedy. fox news i'm chris foster supreme court rules five four with a more conservative justices prevailing that partisan gerrymandering of legislative districts is not unconstitutional it's an issue to be dealt with state by state the court also blocks citizenship question on the twenty twenty cents is at least for now opponents of the citizenship questions cited studies that indicate the question might lead to an inaccurate population count the administration argued the question is necessary to enforce the nineteen sixty five voting rights act newly surfaced documents have suggested a political motivation may have been behind adding the citizenship question fox's john decker police in salt lake city utah finished searching a home looking for clues in the disappearance of missing young woman named mackenzie luek no arrests have been made however the owner of the resident where we serve the warrant last night is a person of interest that's police chief mike brown this is foxy it's being called suspicious i'm greg paul s. t. news pima county sheriff's department detectives are investigating a man's death on the northwest side the man's body was found in a home near ruth ross and fellows road last night so far there are more questions than answers the woodbury fire stalls in growth in the superstition mountains the fire is still listed at over one hundred twenty three thousand acres it hasn't changed much from yesterday but is now fifty three percent contained fire information officer krista sadler says fire crews are holding the fire lines and controlling the perimeter because they fire has moved into more favorable terrain we have crews that are able to go into the fire line directly fire crews have kept all homes power transmission lines and other value safe from the threat of the flames a corrections officer in southern arizona is facing charges accused of engaging in unlawful sensual conduct with an inmate police in alloy safe forty four year old christina lopez has been arrested for the alleged incident that happened june eighth at the correctional centre lopez was taken to jail and has since been fired and tucson electric power is getting pretty good marks in a new customer satisfaction study by j.d power.
"christina lopez" Discussed on BOOST Health
"Important tools of humanity. Or something like that. But it's really, you know, you are what you eat. And also what you have on your plate. There's a whole it's just like clothes fall. It's like the fashion pollution. How that tomato got to your plate. Or or avocado has a whole story. It's like a book on how this avacado is grown right from seed to water to farmer too. It's amazing. And just to go back. I know like we can talk for fifty thousand hours. But the gratitude part is another thing that I do try and practice daily before I eat is, you know, and it goes back to I was raised Catholic. But now, I'm a spiritual person. But to pray before I eat and just a quick thanks and a shoutout to like, thank you for this food that I can even afford a meal and also to the people that grew the food and prepared this food like awesome. I get to eat this amazing food and just take thirty seconds to be like from. I'm grateful for this food and energetically. Your body is in a Paris empathetic sympathetic state to receive the nourishment of that food, which is why we talk about like, well, I mean, I don't know if that scientifically proven, but I'm definitely much calmer. When I eat my meals instead of in front of the computer or scrolling through my phone while I'm eating like for ten fifteen minutes or longer if you're slow tour to be with that food and just receive the goodness be with friends, but just focus on on the yummy foods. So that's another element of gratitude is well, you could try that with some of your your your your vegetable curry. Her your doing for the third time this I'm still thankful for you. I'm thankful for you for all these years. You're still wonderful. Good old vegetable curry love. Dan vegetables. You know, there's always some in there doing that gives you an opportunity to get into that Pierson. But I mean, it really is difficult for people to do it for a minute a day. So it may be that's their first strategy detract put everything down and just eat. It just be with your food for five minutes. You know, and maybe it's even outside and get some vitamin d feed on the earth or something just get out of the office or but it's worth I how often are we all like eating and scrolling on multi the the the existence of the multitasker if indeed. Yeah. Although if they want to do a little bit of gratitude, and then listen to the boost self podcasts after they've done that maybe yes, they can think. Yeah. Okay. I'll give the podcast that. So what's what's coming up this year? I know you're excited about a bit of a sabbatical. I've got I'm revamping my website. I'm streamlining it. I'm I'm going to reach out to business coach I am. I've got a couple of retreats that I'm working with and hopefully we can get some tribe in. So one is working with a Nepal and yoga they're based in Katmandu. They've asked me to facilitate the movement aspect of that the yoga practice of that another is retreat in Sierra guy in the Philippines, surfin and yoga retreat. It's with a studio I worked with last year in Paris. So they've invited me to facilitate the movement in the morning. So I'm going to hopefully, open up the bodies for like some surf time Kumai cannot serve to save my life. But I am a mermaid. And so I just get out in the ocean. Nice. So that's a couple of things. I am working with another company that you'll see in the next hopefully month or so we using a repurpose at nylon from the oceans to create some products. Oh, cool. So that's like short term. And then obviously, the constant yoga offering the corporate brand your vibe packages, which are now happening and my holistic one on one coaching. So good stuff. You're not gonna just be like I'm going to be in this land. And just stay here in this lane. You're like, well, it's the human doing part and also marrying the human being in the moment part, which is my kind of union Yang and remembering you know, without too much too much pedal to the metal, but one shot one life curate curate the best you can. Because again, it all starts with you. Well, I think we've got some insight to this already throughout the conversation. But I always ask every guest how they find their wellness bound. So, you know, the seven dimensions boss as well. Well, as anybody, well, I'll do my personal seven dimensions of wellness. And hopefully, I'll stick at seven so- I ritual for me. So first time for the self. So I start definitely each morning with a meditation and quiet time, and I ease into my day. So that's what the gratitude and then movement and usually will come in two forms yoga Asana, the movement of yoga, which is also a form of meditation 'cause you're with your breath or at the gym tried to do some strength exercises. And so it comes to movement, and then it comes to career to try and do the best that I can to align myself with purposeful work. So that's the career aspect and from that, we'll come the financial pillar. And you know, that gets not a big driver for me. I just need enough. The environmental wellness is the work that I do with whether it's a plastic. Redress? It's just trying to also walk the talk. I'm and and not be afraid to to speak out. Like, you know, I I feel that there are some people that say that they want to care for the earth. But then I see them with a plastic Cup or something. And I actually call them out. I'm like, dude, what's that? But with humor. So there's the environmental wellness for me. Mental health is one of the pillars for sure and is resonating more and more with me. So that's just doing things that give you the opportunity to share your your true self with people. So that's community friends. And then I think I've gone past seven, but the last one is love enjoy and start starts with you. And just with the love and the joys the connection with the people. I think we we lose a lot of that these days. So pick up the phone if you're in a three to five minute WhatsApp conversation. We we seem to be really scared of hearing each other's voice over the phone. I'm gonna use the word scared. It's it's just weird. Why am I speaking to you? And we need I think we need to get out of that. I think we really do. Yeah. And just like smile at someone like he you you don't know what anyone else is going through. So those to me are my the seven things that I try and orbit around the human body daily takes work votes. Lots of good tips, though. I hope everybody was taking some notes in there. I'm not saying I do them all at once. But you know, I try a good toolkit. Yeah. I hope people got some tools out of it. I'm sure if they potentially us. Thank you very much for listening to the show today. Also, thank you to Christina Lopez McLaughlin for joining me. A few things you can do to help out boost health if you'd be so kind please subscribe rate and review the podcast and your podcast app. Leave a review on the boost Facebook page subscribe to the boost health TV YouTube channel and follow. My boost health on Instagram, Twitter and Facebook, you can also visit the boost health website at my boost health dot com for links to everything along with more, motivation and information until next time. This is Paul amber for Christina Lopez McLaughlin, saying goodbye, and I you'll. Alan.
"christina lopez" Discussed on BOOST Health
"This is for been training for two years or more barbell squat at one and a half times bodyweight dead lift at one point seven five times body, weight and bench at one point one tonnes body weight. And then there's advanced for somebody that's been Lipton for five years more squat to two times bodyweight dead dead lift is two point four times body bodyweight and bench press at one point five times bodyweight. So as an example, let's say I'm one hundred seventy pounds, and I'm at the advanced level that would mean my goal would be to squat three hundred and forty deadly four. Hundred eight and bench press two hundred and fifty five for my one rep max I actually wanted to answer his question a little bit more holistically too. So I followed up with a few questions for him. I asked how many days a week he was lifting and he was lifting two times a week Mondays and Wednesdays and actually suggested that he bump it up to three days per week and asked in season how many days does he cycle in which days of the week? And he said he's going on Tuesdays and Thursdays, and then he rides on Saturdays and Sundays to for longer rides. And then I asked if he had to be a little bit slower on the bike or a little weaker in the gym. What would you rather? Would. He be okay with being pretty strong in both instead of excellent one or the other and he said he'd actually be okay with being a little bit slower on the bike. If it meant building a better stronger body overall because looking at the long-term he believes the building a stronger body will actually make it possibly faster on the bike or at least enabled to enjoy biking. Longer later in life. I asked if he has a pro cycling athlete as well. And he said, oh, so basically, I recommended he bumped his strength training up to three days per week. And make sure it wasn't training to failure in this should increase his overall trading volume and also maximize the adapt tation and minimize the soreness for his rights, and I gently suggested he look at cycling more as a fun sport and a way of improving his cardio capacity unless about performing at a top level and just being more balanced overall, which it sounds like he's pretty in tune with. So thank you so much for your question, Tom, hopefully, it helps some others out there. And if you have a question, please send it in through the ask Paul button. All right now here is episode number forty nine raise your vibe and your consciousness, featuring Christina Lopez McLaughlin. All right. So I have a special guest on my show today. Her name is Christina Lopez McLaughlin. I got I got it. Right sit. Right. And she is a global citizen earth and ocean guardian and a human doing we're going to hear what she means by human doing today. She has a passion for storytelling and co creating and she's merged twenty years of hospitality brand and event management with holistic business and lifestyle design aligning, her values, she crafts TJ brand storytelling sales and marketing scope and elevates the tribe, which is her clients through holistic wellness, coaching the vibe tribe consults businesses for purpose supporting the shift to brand your vibe with conscious intent and working to nourish and balance employees to get to know their brand from the inside out. Thank you so much Christina for joining the show today. Appreciate we we tried for a little. While a few months ago, and like, yeah, we made it and then the days of gone, you're you're a busy lady. You're not always in this city. You're bouncing around quite a bit. Last year was was a great year of doing the human doing part. And I was away blessedly every month doing little little projects here and there so this year is consolidating and a little bit less as more. So I don't intend to be away so much to be a bit more rooted in Hong Kong. Okay. Yeah. We might be able to go in touch with a little bit easier this year. That's that's the that's the intention. You never know a bit of a gypsy. But but you must like to to travel around and do different things. I mean, it seems like every time I saw you on Instagram you were working with a different client at a different location or you were working with a a wellness retreat retreat somewhere. So you must like the traveling around the piece of it somewhere. Yeah. Definitely. Travel has been part of my life ever since I was born. So I moved around every two to three years, so hence, the global citizen, I have a New Zealand passport. But people always ask me, where's home? And I have only recently learned that home is internal and not to to look externally thinking that a specific place had to be home. So I am a traveller. And it's not that. I think that there's something greener on the other side. I just love the discovery that travel brings and the older I'm getting I am seeing that the world is really my classroom. I learned so much from from the tribe of people the cultures, and it it how many firsts do you get in life, and when you travel that's an opportunity to spark a different side of our spirit in our mind for first time experiences. Which which become rare more rare as we as we develop. I think the so true. I mean, I'm I'm the son of a of a military parent. My dad was in the air force, and we moved around a lot. But it was all within the continental US, and sort of like, a typical typical Americans my wife, and I didn't even have passports until we got the call to move to Hong Kong with with her company. Probably sounds pretty crazy. But it's actually typical American saying though, I mean, there are certainly Americans that are well traveled. But it is a typical American thing to not have a passport. And just because there's you know, there's so many things to see within our country, which is a great which which which is great. But we have this whole new appreciation now for, you know, having the opportunity to travel and learn about different cultures and different places in the world. And why this beach is fabulous. And this beach over here is fabulous. And and. Understanding the pros and cons of different cultures and communities and appreciating them for for what they are is is is something you just you can read about you can hear your friends talk about it. But if you don't experience it, it's. Gifted that to your kids now. So they're one up on you. They're like they have passports set. World season travelers now mom dad, how many stamps they already have my goodness. They've had a lot of opportunity, and that's the most important thing. I mean, we were getting lots of lots of business opportunities, which is great. But the most important thing is their appreciation of the world. Now this new world you that they have that. They could never have had. It's really cool. That's definitely I one of the things I'm I'm grateful for and gratitude used so much now, but truly truly the opportunity, and you talk about having a passport from me whenever I talk about travel. It's it's a gift first of all to have the opportunity to have an identity in the form of a passport. Right. So first of all you get that you're able to have that identity. And then everything that comes with the travel the the funds that that allow you to do that. And. And then the health that allows you to get on that plane, you know, depending if you're a healthy person in mobile, there's just so many layers to the gift of travel apart from getting to that destination. So there's the cliche of the journey behind before you even get on that plane. Oh, that's true. Yeah. So it's that's how I look at travel. It's not it's not just
"christina lopez" Discussed on BOOST Health
"Welcome to the boost health podcast where we are searching for wellness balance. Your host is Paul sanfer. A certified strength and conditioning specialist with nearly twenty years of experience in the health and fitness in street and degrees in human biology and business at blue self. Our passion is to learn and share new wellness tactics and help individuals create their own personal health strategy. Join us on this journey of being open minded and try new thins. You can learn more at my health dot com. Welcome to the show. Your hours thousands. Your balance that is our goal here at boost. Hell welcome to episode number forty nine of the boost health podcast. Today's show features special guests, Christina Lopez McLaughlin, founder of the vibe tribe. We had a great chat and cover. Lots of different wellness topics, including a midlife awakening versus a midlife crisis. Gratitude beyond the five minute daily habit, eco, friendly and up cycled fashion. What the best wellness retreat should include the power of breathing getting into the much sought after but rarely attained para sympathetic state, and how Christina finds her balance a couple quick announcements, and then we'll jump right into the show. Join the boost health Facebook group, I created this community as a separate place to share wellness tactics. Inspire each other try new things and have some fun. It's a nice community of folks. And right now, we're talking about fasting to join just click the link for the Facebook group at the bottom of the homepage on my boost health dot com or you can click the group on the boost health Facebook page boost health TV the boost sell podcast is now available via video format on the boost health TV YouTube channel, we sell TV. Also includes several awesome workout videos. I created cluding one that requires no equipment whatsoever. So you can do it anywhere and other one that uses just dumbbells and bodyweight, and I've got a few others to to check out a link to the channel in the show notes. So you can check it out newsletter. If you haven't signed up for the weekly boost newsletter already you can do so very simply by entering your name and Email into the. On the homepage of my boost health dot com. This way, you don't miss any boost health news, ask Paul. You can ask me a question to be answered on the show by clicking the green ask Paul button. It's on the podcast. Learn more page on my boost health dot com. The question for this week is from Tom Tom said, hey, Paul been enjoying the podcast been lifting weights a lot more lately, and I've been concentrating on basic compound lifts like squat dead, lift hip, thrust, etc. I've been following the five by five protocol a had a question regarding how much weight I should build up to as a cyclist my main goals for incorporating strength training to balance out the fairly specific single plane activity with more compound movements in core strings as well as for bone density and just building a stronger body overall. So what's a good goal to shoot for as far as weight by body weight? Should I be able to squat one and a half times my body weight? Deadliest two times my body weight. Or is this not really important any thoughts would be greatly appreciated, and I responded with on the resistance goals form should always be the primary focus if advancing up in resistance means that form gets degraded. The form should not be increased the ethics should go back and work on the mechanics of the lift and possible, mobility, limitations until the form is perfect. I know how it is to want to know how to measure against other athletes, and as such there are some fair standards at all share. But keep in mind that there are many variables at play here form and technique being the most important also the build of the athlete can play a role, for example, an athlete with super long arms will do better at a dead lift than adventure breasts for obvious leverage reasons amount of time training can be another variable. So you'll notice I've broken these into different levels to help average things out and these are for one rep maximum. Efforts so for novice who's been lifting for around a year less the barbell squat should be at one point two times. Their bodyweight for a one rep max barbell deadliest should be one point five times body weight for one rep max and barbell bench press should be zero point nine times. Bodyweight for one rep max now intermediate level this
"christina lopez" Discussed on a16z
"Hi, everyone. Welcome to the six z podcast. I'm all. So today, we have another one a special episodes with more special guests that was recorded during the recent J PM healthcare conference in San Francisco. The topic is all about diagnosing and treating cancer in pets to humans, but we also go into other topics relevant all kinds of health care and tech startup founders from data network affects to real world evidence and science to clinical trials to how to think about product and roadmap when building a bio company. So I are special guest is Amy Abernethy who has been named the new principal deputy Commissioner of the FDA the US food and Drug administration pending at its clearance. She is currently the chief medical and chief scientific officer at flat iron help. And we also have Christina Lopez CEO and co founder of one health which provides dogs access to the latest cancer treatments and in doing so contributes data to developing better future therapies for humans. She's the first voice you'll hear and finally we have as the general partner. Whore. Hey, Conde of the bio fund who will be moderating this episode, which ends with the question of what does it take to build bio companies, but begins with the question about why cancer in dogs and the link to humans, you know, dogs come from wolves, they call volved with us, right and similar to other animals. They are predisposed to cancer as we are very similar the idea. There is certain litters. I got Brad sadly are Brad with their beauty, and, you know, all sorts of great things, and sadly cancer, also, which is a disease of genetic origin mutation. Moreover, the EPA genetic factors the dogs as they shifted from safe farm animals to your home. They're also sharing often they eat the same food you do or eat. The scraps of what you eat obviously, they don't smoke, but they are exposed to secondhand smoking. They don't drink alcohol. So that one we can take off the table. But there's a lot of the environmental factors. And then if you factor in things like their lowered the ground there near golf courses, right? There's a plethora, and that's a more complicated. You know? I would have never thought of that. Yeah. Yeah. That's actually study is about that. Certain breeds near golf courses have had actually bladder cancer transitional cell carcinoma, it's action area of study. So it's it's actually a very compact way to look at you know, of snapshot of disease and health. Hopefully, also with those who give us their best right has the dog genome been sequins. So the genome of the dog was sequenced, but very recently, I believe it was two thousand ten two thousand five is very recent veterinary medicine has not had the resources and even from the anay level. What the mouse has been very well characterized and studied the dock really hasn't. So for me as a founder, I say massive this connect between the importance of the dog. The growing importance of the dog in our lives as a source of love, and then the lack of funding yet the families as you rightly put art spending in its cash and it's out of pocket and it's expensive. So let's talk about that six million cases the year of diagnosed cancer in the United States in dogs. How did they get diagnosed? And how did they get treated today? So the diagnosis is a historic path. So that's basically it stops there. They said that tuner do young who's took with all Aji that means you've gone to your vet. And you yes suspect that your dog has cancelled on the dogs will start lethargy doesn't want to eat is a big thing. This. I hear a law is my dog has come to the door every day and over the last week not once that that's a that's, you know, radical change of the behavior and from the data side what we're very interested in also is capturing the data from the families who this their studies all. So who will neglect themselves? You know, if you ask them to take diabetes medicine, they don't take it. They don't give you any feedback. But we'll be copiously observing the dog. And we'll give you huge like annotated reports of like, you know, fluffy didn't eat, you know, she loves this type of food. She usually runs to me at the door. All the little activities are not happening. So that that's a big that change of behavior is a big one. And and actually what we can capture their as disease progresses in real world. Evidence is is really fabulous to Amy. You've been a longtime adviser to one health. What is the link between dog cancer and human cancer? You know, it's really interesting. So first of all, I'm a melanoma, doctor by background. I wasn't human on college. It's definitely not a veterinarian college. Dogs get melanoma. They certainly do and to be honest before about five years ago. I didn't know that at all my interest in dogs, and sort of veterinarian college came as I started to understand the link between veterinary oncologist human oncology, and how understanding better and being better able to take care of pets. Could also help us understand and be better take care of humans and vice versa. It's what what is that link? What is the link between dog and human on college? So when Christine was talking about all of the different aspects that are contributors to a dog developing cancer, some of those are genetic and genomic aspects the fact that there's a lot of inbreeding some of them are exposure issues. So the fact that there's secondary smoke inhalation of the dog or exposure to pesticides. So as we think about the biologic pathways that ultimately the to the development of cancer, which is essentially cell division, gone awry. Those pathways are very similar between the dog and the human and further not only are some of those pathway similar actually at the biologic level within the context of the cell. There's pathways are very similar is that more similar say dog in human versus mouse and human or primate inhuman. Is there a reason why dog is a is a good model? So there's much more conserved biology between dog and human than mouse and him. And in fact, this now becomes a better model to think about for example exposure to a anticancer drug, and how that tumor is going to now melt in response to that drug or not. And so ultimately, if we think about human on college informing veterinary oncologist or vice versa. It is a better model system to look at the interrelationship between drugs, and whether or not the tumor is going to go away. So this is this is. For me. This is not common knowledge that there's such a tight link. What was the moment for you that made you connect those dots. I set on a component of the National Academy medicine sometimes called the institute of medicine. There's something called the National Cancer policy forum and a couple of years ago. We had a meeting on the conserved biology, but tween animals and humans and specifically dogs and humans and for me. Personally, the moment was I was sitting in this conference, which frankly, I was against having in the beginning. Because it seemed like it was extremists. And I'm sitting there, and the fact that if we could better understand how drugs perform and their impact on the tumor in dogs. We accelerate our understanding in humans was a huge aha moment. For me. They do we test human drugs dogs as part of the approval process, not standard. It's not necessarily standard of care. The whole. Message that really I walked away from that conference. With was that if we now embedded into the drug development process for human drug development, a better understanding of how those drugs performed in dogs. We could save many tens of millions of dollars in the development of each drug. Just by having better go no go decisions because we know how those drugs are working. And importantly, this is not just about testing and dogs where dogs are a essentially, you know, test models, but we don't care, but this is because we actually can also understand do these drugs. Help take care of pets. And can we ultimately treat veterinarian cancers in the same way, we can better treat human cancers yet so full circle? So something to that's really come up for us is both from the genomic side. But also immune illogically dogs that have natural disease. Spontaneous disease have an immune system. Also that's working, and that's a radical difference from the. Mm mice models that are much more engineered and sometimes they'll have an immune system to have the cancer. And then the ones that they really try to figure out to you know, have immune system and cancer last twenty days. He was incredible
"christina lopez" Discussed on Plz Advise
"I wanna host a meet up at my local bar, by the way, you'll probably get like four people. So it's not gonna be like a three hundred person meet up like we don't roll like that like when I have meet up in different cities. Like thing may be the most I've ever had was like forty and that was like during a much more peak time in my life, or I would say in a much bigger city. You're in Providence, Rhode Island like, and I'm sure there's people listening to this who are in your boat. And are like oh my God. Yeah. I would meet that girl. I had that situation. Remind friends from high school disappointed me, you know, the only thing I would love for please advise nation is that I know so many of us are very very similar, and I just wanna make sure that if you guys do these meet ups, and again, I have no I don't own anything, nor do I want to with these meet ups, although I will promote them on the piece of is page, and hopefully you guys while meet up, but I will say that I hope that if you guys do get together and meet each other that you guys do it come together for the positive. You know, it's nice to have someone to commiserate with. But I think that also when we know someone has a similar emotional pattern as you it can be very easy to sort of bring each other down. And I would I would love to see a build up. And let's if you're if you're a providence, please advise listener, and even if you don't wanna meet up, but like, you think that you could as girl said be a friend to this girl. I think it all has to start somewhere. I think you need to find your local dive bar and just fucking invite people seriously. And like also when you're out, and you have an energy about you. Also, wouldn't sure you don't when you're with your boyfriend because couples rarely do if you're out, and you have an energy about you people are going to come up to you. But once you also I get that the work people aren't your vibe. But here's the thing. You never know what kind of the people who could. A couple of times with people. They might bring people that you vibe with right? I was gonna open yourself up to open the vibe door up. I think that's the other thing with getting what what I think it's it's crazy is when you're young or round so open to so many things you're like like don't be afraid to be like, you know, what I might vibe this way. And maybe I hang out with these people once or twice a month. But that gives you stability in something really like the I honestly outside of like perhaps you getting drunk and like revealing too much about your interior life or whatever. Like, I don't see like none of us are too good to hang out with anyone once. No that no. Suggesting that you're for it. But like also, you really only know these people from work, and, you know, someone like, you know, Christina Lopez presents very differently a worked, and she doesn't real-life or like, but whereas I am pretty true through and through. Although like, you know. Regardless some professional things, obviously, I'm not like fucking wit my Ted's out anywhere. But my point is is that when you get people out of the office. He can be surprised and especially when your heart up like just give it a shot. Mac says I was thinking what if you go out with your co workers, and they bring their roommate and like that the roommate is easy to vibe with and in doing that you realize, oh, wait a minute. My coworker is cooler than I thought like I got a whole another self to them. Right. If this experience, and I think that's the takeaway as right now, you sound hard up Honey, let the doors flood open. Yeah. Start weeding out like right now, I feel like you've set the standard..
"christina lopez" Discussed on Mother, May I Sleep With Podcast?
"Facility, amazing setting more than a getaway. A life changing experience. David James is an inspiration. James? Okay. Never. We always based on. No. -cation quote, shaving kitchen. We should pause money. We gotta get that all here. If because I think that the quotes in here. Are there? I wouldn't even reckon with. I don't have the mental capacity to break down all the way these quotes work and don't work and how they'd be phrased. I don't have time in my life there. I am. Sorry only Robbins Tony Robbins is not nervous about his job. But he's aware that there's some think it into this later about the Tony how do you feel about Tony Robbins? I don't care about anything. I don't either. Yeah. Yeah. Same thing about what? And you you watch the documentary, and you probably cried. But also feel very uncomfortable. Yeah. I couldn't pick a side. Like, I go walk on the Coles or fuck these people. I have no idea. Yeah. That's exactly how I feel. I'm not I'm so uncomfortable with like group things out of Joyner. So when people tell you to like, everybody do this. It's like I'm going to be the person not doing it. So if he's connecting with someone in someone's crying, they're crying. I'm crying. Yes. Him it. But watching got talent like, oh, yeah. My mind what any of those? But yeah, people if people this movie was too real for me just because I would be the first person to join a colts. And I kept thinking of of course on my favorite murder. They say you're in a call call your dad, and I was like, well, I don't have a died. So like just in the fucking now. Like, I'm in the cult because I would be I says what this is about. Yeah. I know jetty it's fucking. And I would be cult girl. I would join a call. I'm also, I'm a people pleaser you are as well. Yeah. I literally would be an occult in. Thank god. That's all. I have to say is. Thank god. I have someone Christina Lopez in my life and at Hanson because they would be like molly's in fucking call and we're going to break loose. No. I think you're like me, Molly. I think you're one hundred percent in Juneau band will parade. There's this bam wolf Praet. And they have a song. I mean, I love will frayed. Oh, I've heard of I will say that. I mean, this is like a ten year old slugger, whatever. But like they have like there's a song says all believe in anything if you believe in anything, and I feel like that's how I am. It's like, I don't actually believe it. But if you love it do it in join I'm one hundred percent in. But I don't actually believe it. Yeah. But you wonder Xs or something, but at what point would I be like, oh, actually, I don't believe in like, I feel like I would have to witness murder, which might happen in this movie. I feel like I would have to witness a murder to snap steps out. Because you think it's funny right at the singer like let's see how far we can take this. You're right. I would have to be in like a mania phase or something to the I have to be like, yeah, I'm fucking is my bleed for this call where is this going let you my in it. But also. Oh, like a not one hundred percent in. But I just wanna see where this is going because it's interesting. I feel you I feel so we've we've established now you're we're right. Like take you to these four. I love that's why I want you here is appear. Do you understand that I have appear? Now again, we're both here in spots. And like we probably should both like shampoo, and we're just hanging out fucking talking about life. I. I took a bath. But didn't shampoo before you came here. So anyway, listen, this is your smart stop here because we have introduced like this whole spa that they're going to is sold by David James who some sort of inspirational guru type person, but I stopped it to say the, quote, that's on the poster this is the, quote, he chose for the poster it is it says insist on yourself and a in your dreams, right? Okay. So this the thing I will say is that I my first reaction was like, yeah. Because who would go to spock's of the owner? But I'm thinking like I live in LA. Like, of course, if someone told me that there was a healer or someone I'd fucking hide. Hide. I'd go to Malibu fucking spent a thousand problem I throat for three days and heaven with a healer, please this Los Angeles. Like, I went to like when when group on I came about like, I went to every sort of weirdo group on lake at one point mean when. Roommate ended up in like down by UCLA wrapped in bandages with trash peg over us that we paid for on exercise bikes, and we paid for this. But at least you deal group on at least try this. So you're right. You're totally right. Like oh. This is weird. We thought we got into some shit. But then they were putting crash bags over us. And then we had to do all the work. And we thought it was a spot venture. But we were just in craft show in there. It's like the show nailed it. But with group on instead of Pinterest. What's nailed it? It's all about people failing at Pinterest. Let's keep going up. I'll break your legs. Keep you with me. This
"christina lopez" Discussed on Plz Advise
"And I would say one that like really seemed to tarnish his opinion of me was that I had to pay for his massage. But my my acupuncturist had actually said I'm gonna pay for your massage. If you go to him, and I said, oh my God. If I get a free massage, it'd be great at my boyfriend on as well, I'll pay for all of us. And he was in this wasn't even a gift from an axe. This is a gift for my fucking medical professional. And he was like you didn't pay for all that that was you got that for free. Yeah. And I was like, no, I just you literally just watch me sign a two hundred dollar check for you like. Like, and I it was like a weird thing. So if you're worried about your boyfriend having a weird thing. Yeah. That's a bigger sign of the boyfriend. Yep. Right. Yep. If you're gonna regifter it to a friend in it's a mutual. I mean, Christina, you know, my ex-boyfriend, right? But if I said to you like your heads up like here's a two hundred dollar gift certificate to Burke Williams like so and so gave it to me. Yeah. Like, I granted I didn't buy it. But like I wanna pay it forward to this Christmas like movie like y'all one hundred fifty dollars Berkeley, I'll have joy in my life. Yeah. On that fuckers dime for sure her shore one hundred percent, but you wanna make sure you pick a Christina Lopez. You wanna make sure that you don't pick someone? That's like that's a gonna like do it the tell him spitefully or in a weird way. The be wanna make sure that it someone that even if they were shit face and ran into that person. They wouldn't be like, oh, yeah. Like, she gave me that massage. Like, you know, what I mean, you wanna pick someone just I also want to say like you lost it. It's been a year like. Like, he put it even consider check it like at one. But also like in check it. And if it's fine like he probably hasn't even consider that money like that money's gone someone when you buy gift certificate. It's gone. Yeah. It's Martha Martha six hundred dollars worth of massages. And I like, and then the place went out of business. Oh springs, and I was like, and I kinda knew when I gave it to her that there was I was like it was already a very limited Martha in high may we're going to go to like my fucking hippy dippy springs thing down, but then when the gift certificate closed Like now..
"christina lopez" Discussed on Plz Advise
"It's episode one eighty one of please advise, I'm malls. And it's just me and Christina Lopez today. Yeah. You might have noticed that we skipped right over up. One eighty don't worry you're gonna get it next week because Christina Lopez one out of town and instead of just doing like, a long letters Assode or something like I normally do I decided to do something that I didn't know was going to be as IMB issues as it was. And I didn't know that either was a it's a wild turn of events. But it involves several days of audio as well as a couple of your letters who really knows. I know we answered at least one or two questions in there. But yeah, it was a journey. It was really a journey. So I'm Christine is going to be hacking away at that. But yeah, so one eighty one is before one eighty it's untraditional advise moment, but everything on please vice untraditional, you know, I do like that. We're starting off the please advise feet in the new year with just like a freshman you normal episode. Hey, great. You know, just setting our intention. For the year for the pioneer. So we asked you to watch something before you came over today. Tidying watching it watch it watch ended up watching too. I remember had this weird thing. Where like Netflix served me. The fourth episode is the first episode of like clicked it and it gave me the fourth episode. He didn't end talked to someone else about it. It was good. But like they definitely stack this as an emotional journey. Like, they start you off with like very relatable in you go then like, yeah. And it hit a little too close to home. Like, it was a woman who had like just Lahser husband and low Kahn or Margie. Yeah. Con margie. She's my fucking idol like Hashaykeh marginally got like maybe three minutes or like when she starts talking about her husband like her dead husband. I could not it was just I was just like, ooh, this is like it was hitting me in the fields. No, Harry, like, Christina. I avoided it because you know, I've also. Like faces battle like just in the last forty eight hours of trying to tell people about it because they're like, yeah. I know like what she does. And it's like, no, no, no you want. It's like it's queer eye. Like, it's it's not. But it's queer I basically for like people who have different shit, they're dealing with. And I think organization is it's it's a global issue. But I think in America like, I do think that this is if I was in Japan, and I was watching this. This would be my hoarders. It is definitely a mental. It's crazy how much mental health effects like the littlest things. Exactly. I remember the first woman was just like. Oh, yeah. Laundry gives me exile eighty and I'm like, there's something bigger there will. Yeah. No. Like, I need you to like, you know, she also the funny thing about her is that she's also a life coach, which like I thought it was crazy like I followed her Instagram or whatever, by the way, if anyone out there is wondering what celebrities. She actually is it's lake bell. Like, I was. Watching it the whole time. It was like it's someone from like road rules or someone that I like admired her loved on a like a reality show, or it's like an actress on vaguely intimidated by can't figure out who it is and tweeted, Rachel is somebody and I can't figure out who my friend Cameron who was on here. Katie and thirteen she was the one who told me. Oh, yeah. No, it's lake bell. And I was like you're so fuck it that it's like the mannerisms. It reminded me so much of her. It was crazy. I could see that. Yeah. And I'm so also so bad with like realizing, I'm terrible at it. But so like it impacted you like you have to watch. You texted me seeing like, you know, people think they're going to get the gist of it. And I also at a judgment about it myself. And like, I'm not even kidding us. Three minutes and forty three seconds. Into the net flicks. Like opening portion of it, and I paused it, and I tweeted that like it was I was crying leg. I I wasn't a hater. But I personify like my Dems like I feel like things I feel like everything has a story..