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"guerrero" Discussed on Latina to Latina
"It also is not just that you were on the cover of Playboy, but you went into being on the cover of Playboy with a plan. You were incredibly strategic and you were also brave enough that when people then said, what do you want to do? You didn't demure. You said exactly what you wanted to do, which I constantly need to remind myself. I constantly remind our listeners that that is the only way to connect yourself with the right opportunities is to be very clear with people about what you want and what it is you're looking for. Exactly, because you need to articulate it so that people can hear it. Some people call it manifestation. I very strongly believe that there's somebody listening to this conversation right now that is going to have a call to action in their life, that something we say may trigger something in them. There's somebody that could be listening that is maybe thinking about, you know, we should put together a show with Latina broadcasters like you just don't know. So you have to articulate these things. You have to put them out in the universe because somebody is listening to that. And that will be the acorn of an idea that somebody has and they can provide an opportunity for somebody else like you. So my last question for you is you are known in your own words as being someone who gets in people's faces, right? That is, you have done that with everyone from Dennis Rodman. I will allow that story to live in warriors so that everyone feels they have to go out and get their coffee. It was hilarious and amazing. You do it with people who have been accused of crimes. You do it with scammers. Some of it comes naturally and some of it is learned. So what is your best counsel to a Latina who is listening, who is not yet comfortable getting in people's faces? So the ability to do that, to confront, first of all, confrontation is not a dirty word. And even in journalism, we say we don't call them confrontations. We call them unscheduled interviews. Well, sometimes you have to confront people, all right? People are going to tell women, young women especially, breaking into this business or any other business, smile more, argue less, don't burn a bridge, don't be confrontational. That is absolute and utter bullshit. You have to be able to burn a bridge. You have to be able to confront people. You have to set boundaries. You have to learn the word no. No, that doesn't make me feel comfortable. No, I don't want to do that. No, that's not right. Instead of yes, of course I will. I spent years trying to be what they wanted me to be. And then I realized that I will never be whatever it is they think they want me to be, but I can be exactly who I want to be. And when I was able to do that, I was able to live for my mother and me at the same time. My mother's gone, she lives inside of me, but I live for both of us. I'm able to now be the person that she wanted me to be when at eight years old, she told me, I'm a Guerrero, you're a warrior, fight for yourself, fight for others. Now I do that. Now I have lived up to my heritage because I'm not trying to be anybody else than who I am. So that's what I would tell young Latinas. I would say, be who you are. Listen to your gut instinct, have boundaries, burn bridges, burn it down because you will build it back up because you are the best you. You know how to be the best you. You can speak in your own voice. So I think it's really important for us to stop trying to be who they want us to be and to be who you want you to be. Lisa, thank you so much for taking the time to do this. Thank you so much for having me, Alicia. This was an amazing conversation. I appreciate it. Thanks for listening. Latina to Latina is executive produced and owned by Juleco Antigua and me, Alicia Menendez. Paulina Velasco is our producer. Cochin Tashiro is our lead producer. Trend Light Burn mixed this episode. We love hearing from you. Email us at hola at latinatilatina.com, slide into our DMs on Instagram or tweet us at latinatilatina. Check out our merchandise at latinatilatina.com slash shop. And remember to subscribe or follow us on radio, public Apple podcast, Google podcast, good pods, wherever you're listening right now. Every time you share the podcast, every time you leave a review, you help us to grow as a community.
"guerrero" Discussed on Latina to Latina
"The story on its own is heartbreaking that you felt so under siege, so unprotected that you couldn't be honest about a health crisis. It further breaks my heart when you then pull out some of the VHS tapes, watch the playback of your younger self, because you want to see like, was I bad? Was I actually not good at this? And will I understand this in retrospect in a way that I couldn't understand it when I was in it? And you pull the tapes out, you're good. You're good at the job. You like the person who's reflected back at you. You're proud of her. On some level, that is really edifying. On some level, it makes it all the sadder that you weren't being treated that way. Back then, all of my hits on every game were condensed into a VHS tape that they would overnight me so that my boss and I can go through them so he could yell at me about all the things that I did wrong. You're not looking into the light. Why didn't you direct that comment in here? You said, uh, instead of the, you know, all the things that he was criticizing me for. So I had all these VHS tapes and after I was fired, I considered throwing them away. But instead I put them in a box and put them in my storage unit. And I was honestly, I was humiliated and embarrassed and ashamed to look at them for years. And finally, when I decided to write this book, I said, I'm going to write this book. Honestly, I'm going to talk about how I felt and my humiliation, my mistakes, my successes, but I'm going to talk about it honestly. And the only way to do that is to get into that storage bin and to pull out the box of tapes. So I had to take them to a company to have them transferred and I was embarrassed. I'm like, they're going to look at this horrible work that I did on Monday Night Football and they're going to make fun of me or they're going to say, how did she ever get that job? I was even embarrassed for the technicians to see the work. So finally they, you know, I go and I pick it up and it got it on a little thumb drive. So I go home and I stick that in my computer and I start to watch. And I saw from the beginning, I saw that I was good and I saw that I was worthy of having that job. And then I just cried. I cried for my younger self because that experience was ruined for me. That work that I did was diminished to the point where I thought I was terrible. But I really grieve for the younger me and the person that thought I sucked when I didn't. There are two stories you tell in Warrior that I actually think are interesting side by side, and that is that because you were doing sports broadcasting, because you were anchoring, you had already lined up this feature in FHM sort of men's lifestyle magazine where you are portrayed as pretty sexy. And the timing lines up in a really terrible way where then all of a sudden you get the job at Monday Night Football. And in your own mind, the images from this FHM shoot just play into the narrative that they're already trying to over sexualize you. So to me, that is an interesting example of not having control of the narrative, of the message, of the branding around who you are. In sharp contrast with what happens after you leave Monday Night Football, where you get your millionth offer to be on the cover of Playboy. You dismiss it because you've dismissed it a million times before. And your husband, of all people, says to you, I really think you should consider it. And his argument to you is you can make money, you can do this on your own terms, you can turn this into what you want it to be. And to me, as someone who thinks a lot about image management, it to me showed a moment of growth where all of a sudden you were back in control of your narrative. I call that chapter the big F you. And I write about that because I had just been eviscerated for being sexy, for being attractive. That was the lead in almost every article about me was what I looked like. And after I was fired and after my depression, suicidal ideations, I mean, I really battled a lot during that two year window. I finally was able to look in the mirror again. I wasn't able to look in the mirror for a long time because I thought, you know, the image that I saw was my mother, I look like my mother. And I thought I had brought great shame to her and her name by being fired and humiliated in sports. And so finally, through healing and through therapy, I was able to look in mirrors again. And I looked at myself and I saw my mother and I thought, oh, wait a minute, why am I letting these people that I don't know, tell me how I should look, what my image should be, whether or not I, you know, am qualified to be sexy. I'm allowed to look like this. I'm allowed to have long hair. I'm allowed to wear makeup. I'm also articulate, sports knowledgeable, funny. I'm a good writer. I'm a good storyteller. I ask tough questions. Why can't somebody be all of those things? And I was 40 at the time, which was kind of unheard of to be asked to be on the cover of Playboy. As a Latina at 40. And I thought, you know what, darn it, I'm going to do it. You know, why not? I feel sexy. I am sexy. I'm done worrying about what other people think about me. Maybe I can use the platform that Playboy will give me on that cover. Because when you're on the cover, you do a satellite tour and you do interviews about the cover. And of course, me being on the cover after having done Monday Night Football was shocking. So everybody wanted to talk to me. And so I did a media tour and I told everybody that would listen, A, I'm proud of myself. I'm proud of my culture. I'm proud of my heritage, proud of my last name, proud of my age. And by the way, I want to still cover news, but now I want to do entertainment reporting or breaking news, or maybe work for a news magazine like Inside Edition or Entertainment Tonight. And those shows heard me. Two days later, I got a phone call from Inside Edition. And they said, we want to do a story about you being on the cover of Playboy post Monday Night Football. And I said, OK, let's do it. So they brought a crew out. They did a feature about me. It aired. The women who watch Inside Edition back then, especially primarily female viewers, liked me. And so the executive producer called my agent, offered me a two year deal as a West Coast correspondent. I was promoted to chief investigative correspondent in 2010. And since then, I've done 600 investigations and all because I had the audacity to be on the cover of Playboy.
"guerrero" Discussed on Latina to Latina
"So about three quarters of the way through the season, I was at a game and about close to the end of the first quarter, I started to get very severe cramps. By the second half, I had a headache. I was dizzy. The cramps were getting more painful. And I could feel the dampness between my legs. And at halftime, I went into the official's bathroom and I realized that I was having a miscarriage. And I was so worried about losing my job that I didn't tell my boss. I was scared to tell him that I was having a miscarriage. Please call 911. I couldn't. I was more worried about being fired and I was more worried about what the critics would write about me if I didn't show up in the second half of the game. If they found out I had a miscarriage, then they would think I was weak. And so I went out in the second half of the game and I plastered a smile on my face and I continued to do my job. I got to the plane after the game and I threw away my pants that had been soaked through with blood. And thank God I was wearing a big heavy coat and I just covered up, you know, I buttoned up the coat so you can see the blood on my pants during the game. And I remember flying home thinking the worst possible thing, the worst thing isn't getting fired. The worst thing is what just happened to me. And the fact that I'm too scared to tell my boss what happened to me. And so the next day I, you know, went to my gynecologist and I had to have the DNC to complete the miscarriage. One in four pregnancies ends in miscarriage and it's nothing to be ashamed of and it's nothing to feel humiliated about. One of the reasons I wrote about it in Warrior is I wanted to have these painful conversations as gut-wrenching as it is to talk about and to think about. It's so important to talk about these things, Alicia, because I felt so alone and I know that I'm not alone.
"guerrero" Discussed on Latina to Latina
"Whether you know Liz Guerrero from her work as a correspondent on Inside Edition or her time as a sideline reporter on Monday Night Football, a job she calls both a dream and a nightmare, you know that she will go toe-to-toe with anyone. Now she's exploring where that empathy and courage comes from in her new memoir, Warrior, My Path to Being Brave. Lisa and I talk about everything from the experience of suffering a miscarriage on live television to her decision to pose on the cover of Playboy. Lisa is sharing it all in the hopes of helping us reimagine what it means to be brave. Lisa, I was such a fan of yours before the book. I am a bigger fan after. Thank you so much for being here. Thank you so much for having me, Alicia, because I watch you. I'm such a fan of yours. So thank you for having me. Mutual Admiration Society, I would imagine that for a lot of our listeners beyond your work at Inside Edition, you are best known for your work at Monday Night Football. You write, it was both a dream job and a complete nightmare. Tell me why. After 10 years of working as a sportscaster, I had been a beat reporter for the Dodgers, the Lakers, USC, UCLA, the Kings, the Chargers. I was the first female anchor at Southern California Sports Report. And suddenly I'm on Best Damped Sports Show period, a big national show on Fox Sports Net. Which is to say you have your credentials, right? I want to just put a pin in this to say that you know your stuff inside and out. You have a resume that proves that, and yet. And yet, I get hired by Monday Night Football on ABC, the biggest job a woman could get in sports broadcasting, 40 million viewers every Monday night, an incredible amount of attention, an incredible amount of exposure, and I was really excited to get this job. But before I ever pick up a microphone for ABC, I start seeing these articles about me that were calling me a bimbo and that were pointing out the size of my breasts or the length of my hair or my last name before I ever report from the actual sidelines. And I realized that a lot of the criticism had nothing to do with my ability, but more to do with I wasn't the type of woman that the sports media, I guess, elite felt should be covering the sidelines, meaning I didn't come from ESPN, I hadn't been a sports columnist, I had been an NFL cheerleader and a swimwear model and an actress. So therefore, I must not be a very good sports reporter, right? I must have only been hired because I was cute. And they ignored the 10 years of sports casting that I had just done. I started to get a lot of anxiety, I started to become nervous. And my boss, who this was now only his second year as the executive producer of Monday Night Football, realized that I was coming under this intense scrutiny. And he started to get nervous, I think. And he began to be pretty cruel to me and verbally abused me. He would constantly be yelling at me, screaming at me. He took all of my reports and rewrote them in his voice because he was so nervous that if I went live, who knows what I would say. He started to control what I looked like, put me in dark blue suits and make sure you can't see any cleavage, make sure she's covered up to here. So I realized that I was going to get fired. I knew I was going to get fired before the very first game. And then at the end of the first regular season game, I misspoke on the air. And I immediately corrected it, but at least it was too late because it gave my critics the opportunity to say, see, she doesn't know what she's talking about. And she doesn't deserve this job. So I got very depressed. I really sank into this extreme, I don't know what else to call it. It was a very traumatic experience for me because I had always been known as the sports chick. I knew my sports. And to have this narrative now be that I didn't know sports and that I was just a model or just a cheerleader, I didn't know how to combat that. And the powers that be at ABC wouldn't let me do any interviews. They wouldn't let me speak for myself. I couldn't eat. I couldn't sleep. I was throwing up before and after every game or after every interaction with my boss who was screaming at me in my IFB during live interviews in front of 40 million people. And I just thought, I'm not going to make it. I don't know how I can get through this season. And finally, I found out I was pregnant. I had just gotten engaged and I was excited about it, even though I thought I would never have children because I was in love with my fiancé. And I thought, maybe I do want to have a child with him. But I was so overwhelmed with anxiety and depression over this job that I couldn't eat or sleep.
A highlight from How Lisa Guerrero Learned to Be Brave
"Whether you know Liz Guerrero from her work as a correspondent on Inside Edition or her time as a sideline reporter on Monday Night Football, a job she calls both a dream and a nightmare, you know that she will go toe -to -toe with anyone. Now she's exploring where that empathy and courage comes from in her new memoir, Warrior, My Path to Being Brave. Lisa and I talk about everything from the experience of suffering a miscarriage on live television to her decision to pose on the cover of Playboy. Lisa is sharing it all in the hopes of helping us reimagine what it means to be brave. Lisa, I was such a fan of yours before the book. I am a bigger fan after. Thank you so much for being here. Thank you so much for having me, Alicia, because I watch you. I'm such a fan of yours. So thank you for having me. Mutual Admiration Society, I would imagine that for a lot of our listeners beyond your work at Inside Edition, you are best known for your work at Monday Night Football. You write, it was both a dream job and a complete nightmare. Tell me why. After 10 years of working as a sportscaster, I had been a beat reporter for the Dodgers, the Lakers, USC, UCLA, the Kings, the Chargers. I was the first female anchor at Southern California Sports Report. And suddenly I'm on Best Damped Sports Show period, a big national show on Fox Sports Net. Which is to say you have your credentials, right? I want to just put a pin in this to say that you know your stuff inside and out. You have a resume that proves that, and yet. And yet, I get hired by Monday Night Football on ABC, the biggest job a woman could get in sports broadcasting, 40 million viewers every Monday night, an incredible amount of attention, an incredible amount of exposure, and I was really excited to get this job. But before I ever pick up a microphone for ABC, I start seeing these articles about me that were calling me a bimbo and that were pointing out the size of my breasts or the length of my hair or my last name before I ever report from the actual sidelines. And I realized that a lot of the criticism had nothing to do with my ability, but more to do with I wasn't the type of woman that the sports media, I guess, elite felt should be covering the sidelines, meaning I didn't come from ESPN, I hadn't been a sports columnist, I had been an NFL cheerleader and a swimwear model and an actress. So therefore, I must not be a very good sports reporter, right? I must have only been hired because I was cute. And they ignored the 10 years of sports casting that I had just done. I started to get a lot of anxiety, I started to become nervous. And my boss, who this was now only his second year as the executive producer of Monday Night Football, realized that I was coming under this intense scrutiny. And he started to get nervous, I think. And he began to be pretty cruel to me and verbally abused me. He would constantly be yelling at me, screaming at me. He took all of my reports and rewrote them in his voice because he was so nervous that if I went live, who knows what I would say. He started to control what I looked like, put me in dark blue suits and make sure you can't see any cleavage, make sure she's covered up to here. So I realized that I was going to get fired. I knew I was going to get fired before the very first game. And then at the end of the first regular season game, I misspoke on the air. And I immediately corrected it, but at least it was too late because it gave my critics the opportunity to say, see, she doesn't know what she's talking about. And she doesn't deserve this job. So I got very depressed. I really sank into this extreme, I don't know what else to call it. It was a very traumatic experience for me because I had always been known as the sports chick. I knew my sports. And to have this narrative now be that I didn't know sports and that I was just a model or just a cheerleader, I didn't know how to combat that. And the powers that be at ABC wouldn't let me do any interviews. They wouldn't let me speak for myself. I couldn't eat. I couldn't sleep. I was throwing up before and after every game or after every interaction with my boss who was screaming at me in my IFB during live interviews in front of 40 million people. And I just thought, I'm not going to make it. I don't know how I can get through this season. And finally, I found out I was pregnant. I had just gotten engaged and I was excited about it, even though I thought I would never have children because I was in love with my fiancé. And I thought, maybe I do want to have a child with him. But I was so overwhelmed with anxiety and depression over this job that I couldn't eat or sleep.
The latest in sports
"EP sports, I'm Josh rowntree, a busy night on the diamond and we start in Canada where the Blue Jays dropped the brewer 7 two. Alejandro Kirk and Vladimir Guerrero junior each had three hits and Kevin biggio had a pair and drove in a run. In Seattle, the Yankees beat the Mariners tend to Aaron judge homered for a third straight game in Houston, the Astros topple the twins 5 one as Alex Bregman, hit his 7th home run of the year. The Orioles dropped the guardians 8 5 Anthony Santander with three hits and three RBIs got our Henderson also drove in three runs. The Padres topped the Marlins 9 four, the rangers out slugged the tigers ten 6 Cincinnati edge Boston 9 8 things to Jose barrero Grand Slam. The mets blank the Phillies to nothing, St. Louis got by the royals two one, while the cubs beat the rays by the same score. The Dodgers beat Washington 9 three and a big change to one of the NBA's marquee franchises, bob Myers departing as president and GM of the Golden State Warriors after winning four titles in an 8 year span. I'm Josh Brown tree, AP sports.
Guerrero gets 3 hits, Kikuchi earns the win as Blue Jays beat Brewers 7-2
"Toronto scored Ford first inning runs and never looked back at a 7 to one over Milwaukee at Rogers center. Trailing two, nothing that James got to start her Adrian Hauser, thanks to RBIs by Vladimir Guerrero junior in that Chapman. Alejandro Kirk and Kevin bijou scored an inning later who tripled the lead to 6 two. Visual added two hits. In the case, especially when I'm not playing and getting my swing dialed in and making sure my head's not moving a whole lot in my load just so I can see the ball for as long as possible. You say kikuchi went vibing and recorded his 500th career strikeout to improve to 6 and two. Houser took the laws, he falls to one and one. John Luther, Toronto
Typhoon Mawar batters Guam, and 'what used to be a jungle looks like toothpicks'
"Typhoon mawar has battered the U.S. Pacific territory of Guam, leaving much of the island without power and utilities. As lightning flashed across one's night sky, heavy rain pummeled cars outside residents homes. In a video posted on social media, a sheath of metal ripped from a roof by the typhoon could be seen flying around in the wind. Meteorologists Landon eyelets described the scene Guam residents were waking up to after typhoon moi's and welcome visits. We're looking at our door and what used to be a jungle looks like toothpicks. It looks like a scene from the movie twister with trees just thrashed apart. Guam governor Lou Leon Guerrero declared the all clear. We have weathered the storm the worst has gone by. She warned, however, more strong winds would follow, I am Karen Chammas
Jansen has game-winning hit, Blue Jays rally to sweep Braves
"Kenny Jensen's two run single brought home Vladimir Guerrero junior and Matt Chapman as a Blue Jays beat the brave 6 5 at roger center. Jensen's game winning knock was his second hit of the afternoon, sent me more than 40,000 into a frenzy. It's a good team over there, so I had a feeling it was gonna be, you know, big blow is going back and forth throughout the series and stuff. So just kept at it. George Springer hit his 5th home run of the season, Atlanta had three home runs over their own from Ronald Acuna junior, Ozzie albies and former J Kevin pillar. Nate Pearson wanted out of the pen, as Toronto's won three in a row. John leatherbee, to run
"guerrero" Discussed on Latina to Latina
"Jean Guerrero knows that the truth isn't always neat and simple. Her quest to understand her own father led her to journalism and to her first book crux, a cross border memoir. Then she turned her attention to the forces that paint our communities as criminal as violent, with her second book hate monger. Stephen Miller, Donald Trump, and the white nationalist agenda. Now, Jean as an opinion columnist for the Los Angeles Times, assuring more of herself, her way of seeing the world and the truth, however complicated it may be. Hygiene, hi, how are you? I am so excited to talk to you, and there's so many places we could start, but I actually think you're most recent piece about your last name is a really good jumping off point for the conversation that I want to have. And I related so much to it. So Jean, how do you currently say your last name? There was a period of time though where that was not how you say it. Can I hear how you would say it? Guerrero. Tell me what happened in your life. That that is how you began to pronounce some might say mispronounce your own last name. I grew up on the border in San Diego, just a few minutes north of Tijuana, which is where my dad grew up. My dad's an immigrant from Mexico and my mom is from Puerto Rico. And Spanish was my first language, both of my parents spoke Spanish to me at home. But this was during an era of intense anti immigrant anti Mexican hysteria in California, California saw this wave of anti immigrant policies that preceded what we saw during the Trump era nationally. So there was a lot of anti Mexican sentiment in the school where I started to go. My mom, who is a doctor, she put herself through medical school by joining the national health service corps. She thought it was really important for me and my sister to go to private school. And so she put us in this private episcopalian school where it was against the rules to speak Spanish. Like most of the students were Mexican American and children of immigrants and they wanted us to assimilate or learn English as quickly as possible. And so they said, it's just against the rules. And it was to the point where if we were caught speaking Spanish, we had to stay in detention and we had to write. I will not speak Spanish. I will not speak Spanish. A hundred times. And I was like a little goody two shoes, so I was like, I wanted to, I wanted to please my teachers, and also I just knew how hard my mom was working to put me and my sister in that school. At that point, she was a single mom. My dad had some depression issues, which I wrote about in my first book, but my mom was, you know, she was really struggling and I wanted to do well. And so I was like, okay, I'm going to internalize this idea that speaking Spanish is bad. And I just started to associate my first language with delinquency. And I just became the name that my teachers gave me, which was gene Guerrero. It's wild. It's wild because you and I are the same age, and you think of this. I think of this as a thing that happened back in the day, not in 90s, California. I didn't realize how much damage that it did to me to my relationship with my self with my family. Until many, many years later, when you talk about that damage, I mean, a lot of it is just not being able to communicate with people you love. And if you can't communicate with people you love, then there's an inevitable distance that grows up between you. Exactly. Like when I became Jean Guerrero, I also just stopped speaking Spanish. My mom was speaking to me in Spanish and I would respond in English and then over time, English became my dominant language, which meant that it created a real chasm between myself and members of my family who didn't speak any English. My dad's mom, who stepped up and filled the whole that my dad left in my life when he began to struggle with mental health issues, but she doesn't speak English. So as I internalize this English language supremacy, it created this distance between her and I were like our conversations were strained. They were shallow, just limited my ability to communicate severely with people that I loved. As your dad began to distance from the family, I mean, you were pretty young. How did you understand at the time what was happening? At first, my dad was just like I mentioned depressed. So he was just sleeping all the time and at first I was like, my dad doesn't love us anymore. Like he doesn't care about us. He was just profoundly depressed. And it's complicated like this was during a period of intense anti Mexican hysteria and I know my dad has always struggled with his identity. So I don't know to what extent that contributed. Eventually he disappeared, he was traveling around the world trying to escape what he said were CIA mind control experiments. He believed that he was being targeted by the CIA and that they were sending voices into his brain and electric shocks into his body and I didn't know where he was and my mom would always say like your dad has schizophrenia. He has paranoid schizophrenia. And it's because he was using drugs and messed up his mind. Because my dad was addicted to crack cocaine for many years. That's like a big part of why I became a journalist in Mexico. I was so curious. Where's my dad? Who is my dad? I knew my dad was from Mexico and that we used to go to Mexico all the time when I was a kid with him and that started to spark my curiosity about Mexico and becoming a journalist and Mexico and eventually he came back while I was in journalism school and started telling me his story of alleged CIA persecution and it led me down this really dark path where I was exploring like was my dad persecuted. I was just so enamored with him for like the fact that he was back in my life and he was trusting me with all of these stories and like I spent many years in a very dark place and ultimately came to terms with the fact that I would never be able to know my dad and that there's just like many different things that contribute to who he is that are just like so complicated from the traumas and physical abuse that he enjoyed as a child and like, yeah, I don't know. I've started to think about the whole experience like really differently lately because of how prevalent conspiracy theories and mental illness are now in our society. Like we have this mental health crisis in America where people don't have a grip on reality and I've just sort of reexamining my whole experience with my dad through that lens, which has been interesting. This podcast is sponsored by better help online therapy. Life can be overwhelming at so many of us are burned out without even knowing it. 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Guerrero Hits 46th HR, but Twins Hit 3 in Row, Top Blue Jays
"Michael Pineda three relievers held the jays to just five hits well Minnesota hit four home runs you know seven three victory at Rogers centre or gave to local next to Josh Donaldson went deep against Toronto starter hundred were you who lasted just two plus innings blue jays manager Charlie one toils as real needs to make some tweaks to his delivery he's fine he's LTSE complaint so it's it's always command if you get set you'll be fine like he's always asking that is always done in the past I also don't want Brent Rooker also homered in the wind Vladimir Guerrero junior his forty six Holbrook this season in a losing cause regaining the major league lead the J. is dropped a half game back of the Yankees for the second American League wild card spot join the debate Toronto
Guerrero Hits MLB-Leading 45th HR, Blue Jays Rout Rays 8-1
"Vladimir Guerrero junior belted his major league leading forty fifth home run and Alek Manoah set a career high by pitching eight shutout innings in the blue jays eight one trouncing of the race but now allowed just one hit walked none and struck out ten in the morning for the first time since August eleventh Tasker Hernandez had his first career five hit game to help the jays improved to twelve and one this month Bo Bichette smacked his twenty fourth home run of the season on the route Tampa Bay lost for the fourth time in five games and it's five in seven this month after going twenty one and six in August I'm Dave Ferrie
Guerrero, Streaking Jays Drop Sliding Yanks From Top WC Spot
"The blue jays have a seven game winning streak after teh Oscar Hernandez singled home the tie breaking run in the seventh inning of Toronto's six three victory over the Yankees blue jays manager Charlie mon Toyo she was doing great our defense is doing great and often is doing this cordon off runs to win games so yeah we we're we're clicking on all everybody's doing something good to win games Vladimir Guerrero junior capped the scoring for the jays with his forty first home run Marcus Semien hit a two run single and scored the go ahead run to help the blue jays overcome Brett Gardner's game tying three run Homer in the fifth the Yankees have lost five straight and nine of eleven dropping them a half game behind the red Sox for the first AL wild card the jays are now within one and a half games of New York I'm Dave Ferrie
Guerrero Jr, Semien Power Surging Jays Past Yanks 8-0
"The blue jays have continued their hot stretch within eight nothing rather the Yankees in the Bronx Vladimir Guerrero junior slammed his fortieth home run in Toronto's fifth straight win any foot nine games he and his hall of fame father joins us when prince fielder is the only father son duos to hit forty homers in a season Marcus Semien added a pair of home runs including the J. six grand slam of the season when my mechanics and timing or sound I think I see the ball better I'm more confident I'm seeing that with everybody in the cage and they were just you know this time of year you really get a good feel for what you're doing he engine real limited the Yankees to three singles over six innings to move to thirteen and eight Jamison Diane took the loss allowing three runs and three hits over seven frames on the ferry
"guerrero" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP
"To do with Guerrero in that situation, and he is red hot. Here's a guy that had for years Yadi Molina and look at him. Tell Savalas Look over here. You got a base open. You got the best hitter on their team and you give him a 31 fastball. Look at me. I'll tell you what I want done. Still got the fired and they packed I mean, that fire would probably be best viewed from the top step. If, in fact you really did not want why couldn't he just Tony just come up and screamed or put four fingers in the air? Said. Hey, take a base. And if whatever reason that got lost in translation in any way, shape or form, or they just didn't connect Lance Lynn who I thought did the veteran thing and did the leader, you know, showed leadership when saying guys, that's all me Regardless of what's being done. It's a three accounts. I can't throw Vlad Guerrero Jr. Anything to hit in that particular moment, one Nothing. It's one nothing. That was a bad mistake made by a veteran pitcher who may win the Cy Young this year. And I don't know where the communication breakdown occurred. Now, now is it up to do they tell Zavala that part of his job description? Like that. And and has he been doing it? Even when a veteran picks pitches to look over to look over whether it's pitch call, whether it's putting a guy on like did he make the mistake of not looking over and Tony was at the dog or Ethan Cats was in the dugout, motioning for Yeah, then I don't know that I don't know. But if I where I'm open to saying like, if that's in something that they tell Zach Collins, and that's something that Grandal does as well, you would think also knowing that you have a rookie catcher behind the plates. That That you may need to be more Aware of the situation. I'm more aware of the situation but more proactive with making sure that they got the message from the dugout. Just don't rely on like, you know, Yasmani Grandal all if he was in there as a veteran catcher to know what to do there, so look. I mean, The communication issue. If there's a communication breakdown, that's something that needs to be fixed. But at the end of the day, even if there's a communication breakdown, I liked what I heard from Lance Lynn Land said that this is on me, and I know better right is going to know better than I do that. I can't throw him a strike can throw him a competitive pitch here. I got to make them fish outside the zone or put them on. And I don't know what it is about three no accounts, but it's a controversial account for the White Sox. It is you're right about that. And there is time like there's time for most pitchers to it. Once you get three, and you're out of three into account, you've probably got 20 seconds. To make sure that they're got. They've got your attention from the dugout right right. Well and then you know, it's funny because the 30 pitch now has become in baseball. Remember used to be stupid. Where baseball used to give the automatic takes on, right? Yeah, three. You know, it's a red light. Now. It's the new 31. Where a lot of these good hitters on three Oh, that's the best picture. Yeah. Then you get a cookie and that that loss stung. I mean, it's one of 1 62. I get it, but it was like one of those unnecessary and the Blue Jays may have come back and beat you anyway. But they were their own worst enemy. It wasn't just that scenario, but against Kimbrel they got they got an infield single. Then there was a passed ball. Then there was another ground ball that got the runner to third and then Kimbrel through the wild pitch. Did you see what Kimbrel's numbers are with 10 appearances with white sacks? I did not. I've seen these numbers where when he was pitching in the eighth inning versus the ninth inning 10 appearances with the White Sox, Kimbrel has allowed six earned runs over nine and a third innings. I read that today in midway minute for a 579 earned run average. Only one of the appearances came in the ninth inning. And how much of that do you believe is just a picture going through some valley moments in a season or getting used to mean okay or getting used to a different role that they're asking him to play? No, I believe he's regret. I believe that's why it was so important for the Cubs to deal him and deal him at peak value. Again like we've seen him struggle We saw Hendrix have had vaccinated right? And Hendricks has had moments this year. So I mean, real man, Kyle right that, Liam, But I mean, the point is, is it be very unusual for Kimbrel to go through the entire season without a couple of hiccups. Okay, I'm just going to tell you this Sox fans that while Craig Kimbrel as a 579 earned run average in 10 appearances for your team, Cody Hoyer has a 1.5 e R. A In 12 innings with the Cubs. All right, That's enough nonsense there when we come back, How do you want to get that Want to get your thoughts on a bull's ranking? Real quick? And then I got a nonsensical story brought to you by our good friends had screwball peanut butter whiskey. That's next, you were listening to Waddle and.
Springer Hits Go-Ahead 3-Run HR, Jays Rally Past Red Sox 9-8
"The blue jays rallied in the eighth inning of a nine eight win over the red Sox Boston ready to six until George Springer crushed a three run Homer you just fought and battled and scratched and clawed off all day and you know it's just it's out on Scrabble feeling for sure Vladimir Guerrero junior added a two run drive to help the blue jays finished ninety two on their first homestand in Canada since September two thousand nineteen JD Martinez had four hits and three RBIs in his return to the Boston line up one day after he was placed on the cove in nineteen list Kevin Plawecki had three hits and three RBIs for the red Sox who find themselves four games behind the AL east leading raise I'm the very
Guerrero Hits 3-Run Homer out of Fenway as Jays Rout Red Sox
"Sledmere Guerrero junior crushed a three run Homer that landed on Lansdowne street among the blue jays highlights at thirteen one thrashing of the red Sox at Fenway Park Eduardo Rodriguez was tagged for six runs over three in the third the only person was available to use most of the time today was a fast bowling and I knew it was available to look at it so that's what I think was a drone on the command would all the beaches correspond put Toronto ahead nine nothing Tasker Hernandez collected three RBIs including a two run double Hernandez and Reese McGuire each had three of the J. sixteen hits hyun jin real tossed two hit ball over six shutout innings the outcome trims the red Sox lead in the AL east to one and a half games over the reins on the ferry
AL Extends All-Star Game Winning Streak With Latest Victory Over NL
"American League comes away winners once again at the MLB All Star game, their eighth straight win over the National League with a five to decision yesterday, of course Field in Denver. Vladimir Guerrero Jr and a good night for the American League, hitting a home run and also batting in two runs and for that he was named the most valuable player of the All Star game.
Sho-Case: Shohei Ohtani Gets All-Star Win for AL, Bats, Too
"The American late lead all the way into feeding the National League five to two for the junior circuit this was its eighth consecutive win in the mid summer classic Vladimir Guerrero junior of the Toronto Blue Jays drove in two runs one of them four hundred sixty eight foot Homer of loser Corbin Burnes enough for Guerrero to be named the game's MVP American like starter Shohei Ohtani threw one scoreless inning to get the win then stayed in the game as his team's DH Liam Hendricks got the save Bruce Morton Denver
"guerrero" Discussed on The Bechdel Cast
"Just don't get a lot of that. And it. And i loved that charlene was like the driving force behind getting this project made and getting it made the way she wanted it like those stories are always so cool and like give you hope Even though the president of all you know having to already be ridiculously successful in order to get a movie the way you want it made is frustrating. And not only i mean. I love using that. Little wes anderson anecdote of like someone just being like. Here's ten million dollars. See what you come up with But she you know she she got it made you got. It made the way she wanted to. And she kicks buck an ass in it And i- deducting for i. I didn't like how dolphins character was kind of like slowly. Scaled scaled down and then killed in lingerie In a way that would you know. Keep looking at very particular way when the body was found and it's just kind of a such a sausage party on the on the production side and and in terms of a sink particularly with the writer where Like like we were talking about. I a straight guy being like. Would it be cool. Like is just yeah. You can tell. That is literally what they did. They're like yeah. This is going to be hot. And cool and provocative if we make women kissed each other. Yeah the word provocative. You're like okay so they just like we just need other voices in the room here like So yeah i i'll go. I'll go three. It was a fun. Movie fucking confusing as hell But like for in in terms of the action. It's unbelievable so i will give a nipple to share lease and i will give nipple to bill skarsgard and i'll give nipple to delphin vanessa. What about you. I mean y'all covered a lot of the same reasons for like the rating. I want to give it Although i am i'm giving it a three and a half nipples and there's a there's a specific reason for the half and that's his anybody that's ever just like watched a lot of like action. Martial arts punching knows that like a lot of like male action star stars get to have their like direct to video movies where the action is dope. But the story stinks said. It's kind of middling and You know what. I want female action stars to also be able to comfortably live and just like mediocre and may cause totally either have to be incredible or we don't exist and like honestly charlene's does a million movies where it's just like are we there yet but with punching because you know she just decides to do the direct video action thing then like cool. I want that for women to so The have star is. Because i want i i love any opportunity in which women just get to have a thing and that's fine yes does vary yeah getting mediocrity accessible to. Everyone should be a priority. Do get to do it all the time. Too much amazing. Well thank you so much for being here. Come comeback anytime i would love to. This is so fun and tell us about the podcast. Oh yeah kicking and screaming is a podcast. I co host with my husband. I actually came in as the screaming. And because he was the one with the martial arts background and like loved it. But then i ended up just falling deeply in love with both genres but basically what we do is we take either a horror movie or an action martial arts movie and One of us picks one and the other one has to counter with one of the other genre to make a double feature because frequently if you like one you're going to like the other one a lot of horror. People don't realize they love martial arts yet and a lot of people that are like into kung fu movies. Don't realize that they like horror yet. So for example like there. There's one we did. Pick right of chucky and He picked a movie. Heroes of the east. Which is another really good. One with a female action star at the helm which was like a marriage based one. But i ended up finding out stuff. I didn't know that i'd love yet. Or just examining stuff that already dug and is just a fun. Little genre party so awesome thank you and then where can people follow you online your social media anything else. You wanna plug. Oh yeah you can find me under at ness britain. It's still my Ex husband's name any as g. r. I t. t. o. N. on all forms of social media You can find the actual podcast kick scream pod under kick scream pot on all forms of social media and If you're into horror. I just did a series where i interviewed some incredible women filmmakers in horror for a woman in horror series. And it's one of my favorite series of interviews. I've ever done. You can watch me slowly fall in love every single one of these filmmakers. that's awesome. Oh that's so cool And then you can follow us on twitter and instagram. At bechtel cast you can subscribe to our matron at patriot.
"guerrero" Discussed on The Bechdel Cast
"American spy. This whole time. Working for the cia and john goodman is her boss. She's not british intelligence at all. That was i got the when the movie ended for the fourth time. I was like hello there. I just want my life back. And i'm like what do you mean by that because i don't know a damn thing about you i. It seems like this movie is setting up more. They're like oh we'll tell you more about her later there is a sequel in development. So maybe we will find out more information about lorraine in the meantime. Let's take a quick break and then we'll come right back to discuss. Pay com has shared the results from new one poll research and they're a real wakeup call for businesses. Employees are frustrated with the tech. They use it work. How bad is it. Judging by the stats. Pretty bad. for starters. Nearly seventy percent said they're willing to take a pay cut for tech. That's twice as good. You see employees want to be productive but are hamstrung by faulty tech wasting three hours a week. Twenty days a year. That's a shocking loss. Most businesses aren't prepared for but if employees had the right tech- seventy seven percent of them said they can get more work done faster with just one log in pay calms comprehensive technology automates hr and payroll tasks in a single software reducing. The time it takes to do them to just a few seconds for employers streamlines processes eliminates waste and automatically measures usage patterns that result in real time. Roi to learn how pay com can help restore employee. Morale and productivity visit pay com dot com slash.
"guerrero" Discussed on The Bechdel Cast
"Like. Oh how embarrassing. Oh my god. I love okay would watch. Let's write it so into this okay. So meanwhile percival finds stockton kills him and takes the watch with the list on it but he doesn't tell the rain that he has it when they'd like meet up to make arrangements to escort spyglass to west berlin because they're providing safe passage to him and his family to the west and then shortly after that this is when we also see percival colluding with the soviets. He's talking to once. The guy's name bremmer vich and so things seem pretty shady. They're the more last names that introduced us stuff. The harder of time. I have which is why i never got. A game of thrones right. Yeah in general anything. That has a lot of names is a tough one for me Especially because there's so many like codenames to or like names of people who you don't know what codename applies to what person and it's why. I've never been sober for a bond film. I just let it take me. You need it's so like and then and then the answer to your question of like who is is always like. Oh it's the guy with the beard and then you're like well that's actually really not helpful. There's forty of those they just come on and off but wherever they want. I didn't i okay. This was like a totally straps ovation. But the moment were john. Goodman shows up at the top of the berlin wall and he's wearing a hat. I almost didn't recognize him. I'm like have i ever seen john goodman and a hat and he was unrecognizable to me in that hat interesting. Does he wear hats listeners. Sound off in the comments. I don't know that. I've ever seen the man wear a hat. Maybe an inside lewellen davis. Ooh i think i distinctly think the backseat of a car. He might be wearing a hat but also that character has like. I'm wearing a hat energy. God i feel like i had just john. Goodman is so and. he's like amazed but he's so john goodman and all of his roles and i was just completely thrown by seeing him in a winter hat. Like that's not the man. I i've come to live. I knew the shape of his head was like. Where's the top of that ed john. Anyways lot of brilliant observations people coming jamie. John goodman hat three question marks mark off. Oh god okay. So meanwhile percival in lorraine go to east berlin to meet up with spyglass to get him safely to the west except there are a bunch of soviet snipers targeting spyglass they are unsuccessful but percival shoots spyglass which no one sees so. Now we're like. Yeah def definitely percival is maybe not a good guy here right. That guy we keep hearing is the bad guy he might be. The bad guy might be bad guy. Yeah so then following. That is when we get this like huge like ten minute long amazingly choreographed fight sequence where it so much. She finds the soviets kicks the shit out of them for ten minutes. She and spyglass escaped temporarily but then spyglass is killed when their car is kind of thrown into a river and he drowns So now lorraine believes percival to be a double agent. This is even more confirmed when he goes and kills del fien which lorraine finds out about right away. She's sad she then finds and kills percival and it seems like percival is like this. Codename double agent satchel but wait but then we see lorraine editing various audio recordings. She's like cutting things together to make. It seem like ed i was. I wrote down caitlyn editing. The bechtel cast every cutting out all the stuff. That's like oh no one wants to hear that this is going to come out and i'm going to be admitting to so many crimes. Yes are even as a but really going to implicate you for some messed up stuff. I'm the one that burned down. The i'm the reason the hindenburg crashed. I mean you said it. During the recording i evidence show goodness okay. So she's like yeah. She's cutting things together to make. It seem like percival was a traitor. When it seems like lorraine was satchel all along but then we cut to a few days. Later in paris lorraine as satchel meets with the main soviet bad guy brnovich. Who's about to kill her. But she kills him and all of his cronies because wait. She's not a traitor. She's still loyal to the british crown. Oh wait no. She isn't because she's been an american spy. This whole time. Working for the cia and john goodman is her boss. She's not british intelligence at all. That was i got the when the movie ended for the fourth time..
"guerrero" Discussed on The Bechdel Cast
"And i'm gonna get confused. Okay there's a. There's a list is out of a watch. But now they're satchel and i'm gonna get lost. I think i was already pretty lost by this point on my the first time watching this movie like wait. What is the cold war right. I have no idea i. It's been explained to me and like basketball. I haven't retained it. Yeah i've like. I've definitely read about it. I've read the cold war wikipedia page. But it's like one of those things that like the second like i hit x. on the wikipedia page. i've forgotten everything. I just learned. So it's really embarrassing. Yes i took a two year course in highschool on the cold war. I don't know what it is. I don't know. I don't know i didn't retain any of it. I was too busy having crushes right. There's a piece of it in a vegas bathroom. Yeah yeah. I think it's a urine elena vegas bathroom. I can't remember like what hotel hasn. But that's exciting. I love a cold war. Artifact right Yeah so for anyone. Who's like listening to this episode in like hoping to get some context for the cold war. Don't yell at us. This is not a cold war podcast. Okay jeez yeah anyway. So lorraine goes somewhere to find answers and this woman who has been following her approaches lorraine her name is dell phen- loselle and she's like. Hey meet me at this club tomorrow night. And we're like ooh they're five being then there's something with a watchmaker and watch but not the watch with the list on it. It's a different watch. Uh-huh and lorraine is given a new contact to pursue in east berlin. An ally that she can trust because she does not trust percival's contacts and so she goes to east berlin and meets with this contact merckel aka. Bill skarsgard right. Who looks to me a lot. Like steve shami. Was anyone else getting that. No he dies in. That makes sense to i find him attractive. Because like i shamelessly am hella until like the the big eye thing. And i've always had a longtime like bouche anything and i couldn't figure out why scars guard is like the most appealing of the scars guards to me a bill. I mean and the bouche emmy thing makes sense now that he he is kind of serving some young bouche. Emmy i have such a crush on. Bill skarsgard as pennywise not of anyway. It doesn't matter it doesn't matter like in this movie specifically. He looks the most like berlin punk kid. In the way. That like you'd meet somewhere and just be like. I'm going to ignore all my friends to talk to you. Just let him like ruin your life for a couple of everything and be like wow my life in shambles. And but here's bill star guard that face. Wow does anyway so then then lorraine goes to this club that delfi and told her about and lorraine engulfing start making out. But oh wait. Del fien works for french intelligence. And mike who is side are they on in the cold war. How would i know that they're you know from what i could gather like the. Us england west. Germany and ranch were all allied together. They're all on the okay. So the idea was like is france randomly going rogue and there with east berlin. So then okay. Sorry i'm gonna stop. But so yes. She's she's an ally. So that's like kind of a point of contention for a moment but then they're like well let's just keep kissing and then have sex and then delfin tells lorraine some secret information about percival which i think we never find out what was by the end of the movie. So question is trying to figure that out to vanessa. Do you know yeah. I've been trying to figure it out. I have a theory. 'cause like by this point. She hasn't taken that photo yet. I think 'cause later on that photo she takes percival so my theory is either like she was following him or percival hired her to follow lorraine because why else would like an agent as novice as delvina. Who's only been doing it for like a year. And like you know. She like makes a lot of rookie mistakes. So why else would someone like her like catch onto where lorraine is and who she is unless she was like tipped off interesting. Okay so that's what i think. I think personal might have like hired her because she's there at the airport when lorraine arrives yeah berlin. Yeah that makes sense ou poor i. I wish that we got More delfi not just i. I liked how she was like. Yeah i thought. I would like spy for a couple years after college but i'm kind of in over my head. It's like she's treating being an international spy like it's teach for america like you doing. What are you doing you don't. You're not suited to this job. I'm like there's a whole there's a whole slapstick comedy in that sentence alone. I know basically spied too. I want her character in spite. Yeah where's like. Where's the rom com version of this where it's just like lorraine and phen- having a comedy of errors falling in love and not knowing who's who there's a lot of stuff there because it's like. Oh if if a if an experienced by falls in love with a rookie spy that's such a bad. Look for her and like. Oh how embarrassing. Oh my god. I love okay would watch. Let's write it so into this okay. So meanwhile percival finds stockton kills him and takes the watch with the list on it but he doesn't tell the rain that he has.
"guerrero" Discussed on The Bechdel Cast
"Exactly i love if you're a good actor that's possible and if you're not a good actor and then whatever i mean if you wanna do method for you know your craft or whatever but don't i just hate when it's used as an excuse to be addicted to people because it feels like that's where it usually goes. What about yelling at a p a is going to make this movie better for you right. Yeah the only actor who should be going method and like staying in that character. All the time is ben wisha as paddington. Yeah or alpha moina with doc. I'd let him so just spitballing. Charlie's is great. I feel like i mean. We're gonna be talking about her a lot today. I am so interested to hear what your plot celebrate. This is going to be. Because i think honestly i'll learn i. Well let me just give this disclaimer. This recap might not make any sense because again. I'm not sure how. Clearly i understand this movie but i i did watch it twice to prep for this episode. I really did my best to make this. Recap is clear as possible. But shrug who knows how it's going to go So he s. Here's the recap okay. We are in berlin. It's november nineteen eighty nine right before the fall of the berlin war wall. Yep let me try that again. Everything's going right before the fall of the berlin wall. We see a man. James gascoyne get murdered by a kgb agent named boxton then we cut to lorraine that's charlotte's therein Or thrown i-. Everyone's name in this episode is just gonna really trip me up it. Has it a little bit of accent on everything. So that's my moseley. Charlie's he's in london. She's in london. She's all bunged up. She's drinking vodka on ice which growth and her hair atomic blonde. she's british intelligence so like m. i six had to google. Mis six is is that i think that's roughly equivalent to like american cia okay. That's what i learned. Julia child in an early version of that right. Okay if you want the becomes. Julia child trivia. Then i'm like. Oh wait i now. We're speaking my language. And she goes to a debriefing where toby jones is there and so is john goodman from the cia. And they're like. Hey lorraine what happened in berlin. And then the movie cuts back and forth between this like debriefing and flashbacks of like what's actually happening in the story. What would have been really helpful. Is if toby jones and john goodman turned to camera and recap the cold war. It would've been super nice because this plot requires that you have a pretty thorough understanding of the cold war. The allegiance is and exactly what was going on at the end of nineteen. Eighty nine Yes yes i admittedly know so little about the cold war that i am embarrassed to admit how little i know about it I know that it was something about communism. And i know a little bit more now because i found a website that is The cold war explained for children. So i found this really helpful resource that explains to children. What the cold war was link it in the description and now i have a slightly better understanding but Yeah i just. I did not learn about those in history class and i don't know anything about it iconic. Thank you so much okay so then. We flashback to ten days earlier where toby jones is explaining to lorraine that immunity has been promised to a stasi officer code named spyglass in exchange for a document aka the list which is hidden in a wristwatch which contains names of every active clandestine officer currently in berlin. And all the shady things that they're into. I do kind of love that. I love the riddle inside of a riddle. It's all very. Has i feel smart. It's like national treasure. There's a clue inside a clue inside a clue if like the davinci code catholic and then you put the word apple in and it goes. Guess what that's code good grief so this is and then they say like this information if it falls into the wrong hands will extend the cold war for another forty years. The stakes are high. Really high state groundhog's day. Yeah so they think the man who killed gascoyne at the beginning of the movie now has this list. and everyone's looking for him including percival. That's james mcevoy. Who is in berlin. And then i think it's a flashback. Flashback to him talking to spyglass telling him that gascoyne never showed up with the list. But spyglass is like. Hey don't worry. I memorized it. So then lorraine heads to berlin to link up with percival. There's a mysterious woman who is following her. There's a few fight scenes. Where like the kgb pretending to be british intelligence show up and try to trick her but she beats the shit out of them with a shoe. Oh felt good meanwhile boxton. The guy with the list didn't report to his like soviet powell's the main guy they're being brnovich And they're realized that he's going to basically betray them and sell it on the black market. Yes then we cut back to lorraine she's trying to find this list. But there's also this traders. Double agent with codename satchel. Who is on the list and who lorraine is trying to expose or keep hidden. I don't know at this point in the movie around like ooh. there's too many. There's too many macguffin and i'm gonna get confused. Okay there's a. There's a list is out of a watch. But now they're satchel and i'm gonna get lost..
Man Jumps From Moving Plane at Los Angeles Airport
"The unidentified man open to service door and jumped out of a United Express flight as the aircraft was pulling away L E X Police took the man into custody while the plane taxied back to its gate. The suspect reportedly suffered injuries. That's a quick look at the latest news. I'm Jodi Guerrero from the I Heart radio newsroom.
Vlad Jr Homers to Tie It, Red Sox Top Blue Jays in 9th, 2-1
"Rafael Devers land a line drive off the green monster in the bottom of the ninth giving the red Sox a two one win over the blue jays Devers went deep happening after Vladimir Guerrero homered to tie it it was Guerrero's major league leading twenty second home run of the season and his fourth in as many games he continues to amaze manager Charlie mon Toyo you don't teach that you know A. S. A. you closer and uses of all five hundred miles you know on a breaking point she it's been fun to watch the walk off win came after the Bluejays belted thirteen home runs in back to back wins over the red Sox Boston starter Nathan Eovaldi took a one hitter into the seventh Matt Barnes got the win despite blowing the save Rockfield always took the loss I'm Dave Ferrie
Hernández Hits 2 of Jays' 8 HRs in 18-4 Rout of Red Sox
"Tasker Hernandez belted a pair of three run homers over the green monster to the blue jays eight home runs in eighteen to four router the red Sox more games like the one that has today with six RBIs because that they don't want to pitch to bloody because it is more than on fire right now and I think they'd rather pay stormy flooding here Guerrero junior Bo Bichette orders Gurriel junior Cavan Biggio ready tell as a Marcus Semien also went deep a day after Toronto homered five times at Fenway Simeon ran his road hitting streak to twenty six games they should have four of Toronto's season high eighteen heads and Guerrero Hernandez and Gurriel each had three center Bogart's Bobby Dalbec homered for Boston I'm Dave very
Blue Jays Slug 5 Homers in 7-2 Victory Over Red Sox
"The Bluejays belted five home runs three coming in the fifth inning of a seven to win over the red Sox Vladimir Guerrero junior slammed his major league leading twentieth home run pleasing manager Charlie Montorio isn't complete player he's a big guy buddy rose fast good hands above average power doesn't strike out for a big guy is doing it all Marcus Semien hit a two run shot to extend his club record road hitting streak to twenty five games Bo Bichette Cavan Biggio and Reese McGuire also homered for the jays who handed the red Sox their third loss in ten games Stephen match truck at eight while holding Boston to four hits and a run over five and two thirds Nick Pivetta gave up a season high six runs and surrendered a career high for home runs I'm the ferry
Verdugo, Red Sox Rally From 4 Down, Top Blue Jays 6-5 in 9th
"The red Sox right data five one deficit and beat the Bluejays six five on Alex Verdugo RBI single off the green monster in the bottom of the ninth it was Verdugo third hit of the night and completed Boston's twenty third comeback win of the season the red Sox scored three in the bottom half of the sixteen tied it on Christian Arroyo's towering solo Homer Angeline's downstream in the eighth for Dugas game winning hit came after the jays left the bases loaded in the top of the ninth planet mayor Guerrero junior had three of Toronto's sixteen hits including his major league leading nineteenth home run I'm Dave very
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"guerrero" Discussed on Podcast RadioViajera
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"guerrero" Discussed on Podcast RadioViajera
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"guerrero" Discussed on Podcast RadioViajera
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