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Fresh update on "mexico" discussed on Weekend Edition Saturday

Weekend Edition Saturday

01:09 min | 3 hrs ago

Fresh update on "mexico" discussed on Weekend Edition Saturday

"Here in holiday park in the Texas border city of Brownsville at dusk A few dog walkers and hoop shooters are out In the western sky as the sun is about to set a large flock of parrots approaches They're brilliant green with red splotches on their crowns Did you hear that Many chance Carl Berg is a pony tailed sandals wearing biologist at the University of Texas Rio Grande valley Brownsville campus He comes out here with this binoculars and recording equipment several times a week to observe and listen to the red crowned parrots who roost in the eucalyptus trees Here in the duets a little bit here between the contact calls and the begging call that this parrot is an avian immigrant that flies back and forth across the border between a sliver of tamaulipas Mexico and the weakland valley of Texas This makes it a Tex mex native Unlike its red crowned cousins found in Florida and Southern California Now we have whole lot of breeding carrots in the United States now but almost all of them are exotic species that escape from zoos or some families are.

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Vaccines making Thanksgiving easier, but hot spots remain

AP News Radio

00:45 sec | 3 d ago

Vaccines making Thanksgiving easier, but hot spots remain

"Vaccines are making this year's thanksgiving a lot easier than last year but there are some hot spots throughout the country the U. S. is certainly in better shape approaching its second thanksgiving of the pandemic thanks to the vaccine but some cold weather regions are reporting surges of covert nineteen cases that could get worse in the days ahead as families traveled to be with loved ones nearly two hundred million Americans are fully vaccinated but that leaves tens of millions that have not gotten the shot hospitals in the upper Midwest especially Michigan and Minnesota are filled with covert nineteen patients who are mostly unvaccinated New Mexico Colorado Utah Montana and Wyoming also ranked high in cases I'm surely employer

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Fresh update on "mexico" discussed on THE NEWS with Anthony Davis

THE NEWS with Anthony Davis

02:23 min | 10 hrs ago

Fresh update on "mexico" discussed on THE NEWS with Anthony Davis

"A new coronavirus mutation first discovered in South Africa sent a chill through much of the world on Friday as nations raced to halt air travel. Markets fell sharply and scientists held emergency meetings to weigh the exact risks, which were largely unknown. A World Health Organization panel named the variant omicron and classified it as a highly transmissible virus of concern, the same category that includes the delta variant. The WHO suggested Amy Kron could pose greater risks than delta, which is the world's most prevalent variant and has fueled relentless waves of infection on every continent. Early evidence suggests an increased risk of reinfection compared with other highly transmissible variants, the WHO said, that means people who contracted COVID-19 and recovered could be subject to catching it again. In response, the United States and Canada joined the European Union and several other countries in instituting travel restrictions on visitors from Southern Africa, where the variant brought on a fresh surge of infections and is thought to have originated. The White House said the U.S. will restrict travel from South Africa and 7 other countries in the region beginning Monday. It did not give immediate details except to say the restrictions will not apply to returning U.S. citizens or permanent residents who will continue to be required to test negative before their travel. Medical experts including the WHO warned against any overreaction before the variant was better understood, but a jittery world feared the worst nearly two years after COVID-19 emerged and triggered a pandemic that has killed more than 5 million people around the world. Just 26% of South Africans have been fully vaccinated. Hundreds of Central American and Haitian migrants formed a new caravan yesterday in the southern Mexican state of chiapas near the Guatemala border and began walking north toward the United States. The migrants said they wanted to leave chiapas as they had not been given humanitarian visas promised by Mexico or transferred to other parts of the country, where they would have better living conditions. About a thousand migrants, many carrying children early on Friday began walking from depaul, a city boarding Guatemala to a pasta peck, about 62 miles away, where they plan to join another group of migrants caravan organizers said. A day earlier, Mexico's national migration institute began transferring hundreds of migrants to other parts of the country after they had spent months waiting into patula for a response to requests for refugee or humanitarian visas. The migrants were also offered documents for a temporary legal stay in Mexico that would allow them to look for jobs, diffusing threats to start walking towards the U.S. border. Meanwhile, president Joe Biden will reportedly begin sending asylum seekers back to Mexico as soon as next week under a reinstated Trump era remain in Mexico policy, but will offer them the chance to receive a COVID-19 vaccine before they return. The policy formally named migrant protection protocols might first be reinstated in El Paso and Brownsville, Texas, as well as San Diego, California. Climate activists blockaded Amazon warehouses in three European countries on Friday, part of a global effort to pressure the ecommerce giant on one of its busiest.

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Alejandro Mayorkas Allowed an Illegal Alien Allegedly Commit Fraud and Murder

Mark Levin

01:37 min | Last week

Alejandro Mayorkas Allowed an Illegal Alien Allegedly Commit Fraud and Murder

"So Ted Cruz chews him up and spits him out Now it's Mike Lee's turn You know what a fan I am of Mike Lee Cut three go Like you're in Medina ulua who's a 24 year old Honduran man who has recently apprehended crossing the U.S. Mexico border where he fraudulently claimed to be a 17 year old He then ended up in Jacksonville Florida where a family took him in Days later he stabbed the father of that family to death He was a 24 year old not a 17 year old as he claimed There are people like him crossing and with the assistance with the approval with the facilitation in some cases of your department These things are happening That is inaccurate I am aware of the case that individual is being prosecuted There is an immigration enforcement detainer on that individual Did your department or did it not allow him in A senator I'd like to not comment on the details because not exactly a detail Did you let him in the country or not And the answer is yes everybody knows that he wants to hear it out of your mouth but listen to Majorca If I may senator there is a criminal case against that individual pending Whether or not that individual committed fraud and deceived our personnel is a question that may be relevant to the ongoing criminal prosecution and so it would be inappropriate for me to comment on a pending criminal matter at this

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Fresh update on "mexico" discussed on Stephanie Miller

Stephanie Miller

00:33 sec | 10 hrs ago

Fresh update on "mexico" discussed on Stephanie Miller

"But I guess my question for senator cinema is she voted against the Trump tax cut Jen does not need a visit to the border to know what a mess was left By the last administration That's his view Is that how A visit he said I've been there before You're saying he drove by for a few minutes Does that count What is the root cause Where are people coming from who are coming to the border Peter The president said it 'cause I think people should understand the context Where do people where do people come asking you Okay I'll answer it for you People come from Central America and Mexico to go to the border The president has been to those countries ten times to talk about border issues There is a focus right now on a photo op The president does not believe a photo op is the same as solutions That may be a different tea has with Republicans Bam saki bomb and then she went on.

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Why Is Washington, DC Suddenly Concerned About Borders?

The Charlie Kirk Show

02:14 min | Last week

Why Is Washington, DC Suddenly Concerned About Borders?

"Is why all of a sudden is Washington, D.C. concerned about borders. If you want to get Washington, D.C. really fired up about borders. Don't talk about the southern border. Don't talk about the border between U.S. and Mexico. No, no, no, no. The border they get really fired up about? Is the Ukrainian Russian border. Now, let me be very clear. Vladimir Putin's a thug, okay? I'm not a Putin apologist. There are some people that do that. I think it's kind of weird. I'm not really into that. He's obviously kind of an autocrat. But am I kind of like wake am I spending time at night wondering or concerned whether or not Vladimir Putin is going to expand the Russian border by a hundred miles or not? I couldn't care less. But for whatever reason, there is this new campaign through Republicans to demand U.S. troops to go to Ukraine and defend Ukraine against Russian aggression. Secretary of State Anthony blinken said that he's a concerned about reports of unusual Russian military activity near Ukraine. He added, as we've made it clear any escalator escalatory or aggressive actions would be of great concern to the United States. Why? Why would that be of great concern? Again, I'm not like a Russian. I'm not like a Russia fan. But our own border is being compromised. Our own borders being invaded. Our country is being invaded. Why am I supposed to care about Ukraine again? What does that have to do with us? How is that an existential threat to our existence? And warning to Russia blink into the Biden administration, officials know its playbook, pointing to Ukraine's escalation in 2014 under the Obama administration. Although Russia's intentions are uncertain, the presence at the Russia's elite first guard tanks, an army lens credibility concerns that Russia is planning additional incursions into Ukraine territory. Republicans urged the administration to quote immediately consider an appropriate U.S. Military presence and posture in the region and to initiate appropriate intelligence sharing activities in the U.S. and Ukraine. Why are Republicans not calling for troops to go to the southern border? Why do we want American troops to go to the Ukrainian border, which might be a good cause? Find whatever. Stop Russian aggression I guess we're supposed to care about stuff like that. But our own borders being

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Fresh update on "mexico" discussed on News, Traffic and Weather

News, Traffic and Weather

00:50 min | 14 hrs ago

Fresh update on "mexico" discussed on News, Traffic and Weather

"FM 97 7 Good evening art Sanders along with you at 7 47 right now The challenge along the southern U.S. border continues to grow for the Biden administration more than 13 thousand Venezuelan migrants were among those intercepted as they tried to cross into the United States in October and immigration reporter Nick Morris is covering it for The Washington Post and spoke with como's Bill O'Neill Nick that number represents the highest one month total ever of Venezuelans stopped as they tried to enter the country Yeah that's right And twice the number who arrived in August So the tendency continues to be upward and during the 2021 fiscal year that just ended on September 30th nearly 50,000 Venezuelans were taken into custody by CVP along the Mexico border That is by far the highest total we've seen No no Venezuela is a country with a number of issues What is driving these Venezuelans to try to enter the U.S. and bigger and bigger numbers As many of your listeners know Venezuelans have been migrating to the United States for 20 years now really ever since a former leader Hugo Chavez came to power many of those first wave of immigrants settled in South Florida They tended to have visas and arrived by air what's different about this new wave of migrants is they're coming across the border They reflect a much broader range of Venezuelans and they're this current wave is composed of both Venezuelans who have left their country recently as economic conditions there continue to be terrible and the coronavirus pandemic has hit the country very hard But we're also seeing Venezuelans who left their country years earlier and resettled in Colombia or Ecuador or Peru They're on the move again as those countries also suffer from the effects of the pandemic and the economic fallout They're sensing an opportunity to come to the United States now And once they get here the overwhelming likelihood is that they will be released into the United States and allowed to stay that we had any reaction from the Biden administration as to the Venezuelans in particular in these numbers here The Biden administration extended temporary protected status to Venezuelans in March That granted essentially a kind of provisional residency to more than potentially 300,000 Venezuelans who were already living here without some kind of legal status And so their extension of those TPS protections is believed to be at least according to some of the impression attorneys we've spoken to One of the drivers of this current wave given that some of the Venezuelans believe that if they if they can get here that they will be extended those protections even though the Biden move explicitly stated it's only for people who are here before March Now behind the scenes what we know the United States is doing is talking to other countries in the region particularly Colombia to see if countries in South America will take back Venezuelans who had resettled who had settled in their nations before leaving for the United States But so far there's nothing been concrete has been announced And in the meantime the United States is trying to get Mexico to tighten up its Visa requirements for Venezuelans to crack down on management's were flying to Mexico and then walking across the U.S. border That's Nick Muir off and you can read much more on this online go to Washington Post dot com That's como's bellow neill Pakistan is welcoming another round of talks between the U.S. and the Taliban a spokesperson for Pakistan's Ministry of Foreign Affairs says the talks would be a welcome development and called for enhanced engagement of the international community with Afghanistan Pakistan is home to more than 3 million Afghan refugees U.S. and Taliban officials will arrive in Qatar next week for two days of talks Your money at 20 and 50 passed the hour on como news Sponsored by propelled insurance As they did earlier in the day in Europe U.S. stocks tumbled today The major index is all dropping at least 2.2% As fears about a new coronavirus variant spreading in South Africa sent investors seeking safe haven assets The down industrial skit at 905 points or two and a half percent The S&P 500 lost 106 points and the NASDAQ composite slid 353 Stocks in almost all sectors lost ground particularly travel related companies but healthcare shares were an.

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Update on the latest sports

AP News Radio

01:59 min | Last week

Update on the latest sports

"AP sports I'm David Shuster we begin with college football number one Georgia and number two Alabama they're headed for an eventual showdown both again winning on Saturday Georgia defeating Tennessee forty one seventeen with quarterback Stetson Bennett accounting for a pair of touchdowns and he says the coaches are diversifying the offense they gave us more plays to run more plays and run the ball and throwing the ball there was a more balanced effort at all going into until like the last the last few drives which is what you wanna you offense as for number two Alabama it was over early as they crushed New Mexico state fifty nine three Crimson Tide quarterback Bryce young throwing for five touchdowns making coach Nick Sabin happy I thought we had great balance on offense without Bryce played really well on sack fumble really wasn't you know his fault continue the protection was better today but we we need to continue to try to you know shore up those things so that we don't get him hit elsewhere in the top ten number three Oregon number four Ohio state number six Michigan seven Michigan state nine Notre Dame and number ten Oklahoma state all winning their games but number eight Oklahoma suffering its first loss twenty seven fourteen at Baylor on the pro level Washington the biggest surprise in the NBA's Eastern Conference they're now nine and three after turning back Orlando with Miami Indiana Detroit Boston the LA clippers and Orleans just its second victory on the season the other winner Saturday night and HL Carolina now eleven into after getting by St Louis three to two pro football news the Green Bay Packers activating quarterback Aaron Rodgers off the reserve cobit list he will play against Seattle on Sunday but Pittsburgh quarterback Ben Roethlisberger he goes on that same list and will miss Sunday's game against Detroit and finally all of fame linebacker Sam Huff passing away at the age of eighty seven I'm David Shuster AP sports

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Young, Williams, No. 3 Alabama romp over New Mexico St 59-3

AP News Radio

00:41 sec | Last week

Young, Williams, No. 3 Alabama romp over New Mexico St 59-3

"Bryce young had another productive yet truncated afternoon is C. if P. number two Alabama storm passed to Mexico state fifty nine three young was twenty one of twenty three for two hundred seventy yards and five touchdowns three to James and Williams as we keep getting reps and keep improving keep growing you know we're we're both kind of push each other challenge each other to be to be better and our best versions of ourselves the Crimson Tide actually trail before young hit Williams for a fifty yard scoring strike the ninety one tide reeled off seven touchdowns in about twenty minutes for a forty nine three halftime lead allowing young to take a seat early in the third quarter Brian Roberts who played just the first half and still finished with ninety nine yards and two touchdowns I'm Dave Ferrie

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 California, Colorado and NM expand virus booster access

AP News Radio

00:41 sec | 2 weeks ago

California, Colorado and NM expand virus booster access

"Surges in corona virus cases lead a trio of western states to expand their booster shot programs California New Mexico and Colorado open their corona virus booster vaccines to include all vaccinated adults Colorado governor Jerod Paulus please if you've got the vaccine six months or more ago get your booster Paulus said Colorado is seeing a surge in cases especially among those who have yet to be vaccinated when you have less than three hundred vaccinated people hospital almost about twelve hundred people that are unvaccinated we wouldn't even be here talking about this if if everybody was vaccinated the CDC says Colorado and New Mexico have among the nation's highest rates of new

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COVID-19 hot spots offer sign of what could be ahead for US

AP News Radio

01:02 min | 2 weeks ago

COVID-19 hot spots offer sign of what could be ahead for US

"Cobit nineteen hospitalizations are up in parts of the western and northern U. S. because of the contagious delta variant virus trends are improving in places like Florida Texas and other southern states but covert nineteen is spreading north and west heading into the winter as people go indoors close their windows and breed stagnant air in recent days a spike was reported at a college in Vermont link to Halloween parties and a Boston elementary school had to close in Michigan the metro Detroit area is considered a hot spot with nearly four hundred coalbed cases and hospitals are overwhelmed in New Mexico and Colorado health officials are lamenting how many people are no longer wearing masks and how many people chose not to get vaccinated Dr Donald Milton at the university of Maryland says we're going to see a lot of outbreaks in unvaccinated people that will result in serious illness and will be tragic I'm Jackie Quinn

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Mexican leader: Richest in world should pay to help poorest

AP News Radio

00:48 sec | 2 weeks ago

Mexican leader: Richest in world should pay to help poorest

"Hi Mike Rossi a reporting Mexico's president calls for the world's wealthiest to help the poorest Cydia it is gave the address to the United Nations Security Council Tuesday Mexico's president criticized the world's nations for neglecting the global port Andres Manuel Lopez Obrador called for the thousand richest people the thousand largest private corporations and the twenty major economies to generate around one trillion dollars annually to improve life for the seven hundred fifty million people now exist on less than two dollars a day Lopez Obrador also criticized the world's nations for not addressing corruption and all forms of political moral economic legal fiscal and financial Lopez Obrador was presiding over the council or Mexico serves a two year term and holds the presidency this month hi Mike Rossio

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 Migrant caravan organizer says group headed to US border

AP News Radio

00:44 sec | 2 weeks ago

Migrant caravan organizer says group headed to US border

"Hi Mike Rossi are reporting a migrant caravan organizer says the group is now headed to the U. S. border the leader of a caravan of central American migrants walking across southern Mexico said Monday the group is changing plans and will now head toward the US border the apparent change comes after immigration activist and radio movie because said the caravan has been pursued and harassed by Mexican government officials last Thursday a group of migrants pelted officers of Mexico's National Guard with rocks injuring five guard officer on Monday a group of mainly central American migrants got a cold reception in the state of Oaxaca they were initially denied entry into the town of truck with this as officials cited the fear of spreading cove it nineteen hi

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Grandparents await hugs, spouses reunite as US borders open

AP News Radio

00:50 sec | 2 weeks ago

Grandparents await hugs, spouses reunite as US borders open

"U. S. borders are again open to foreign travelers with emotional reunions marking the day after nearly two years of pandemic related shutdowns from Frankfort where Stella Godwin was waiting for a flight to New York I am so excited to San Francisco fantastic Australian Nick Lincoln and all other travelers reveled in again visiting the U. S. for him it's a business but in Newark New Jersey I'm not jolly debate flew from India to see her boyfriend for the first time in months while in San Diego because he is gonna move here Octavio offerings came from Mexico to visit his mother in law for the first time in two years at the Canadian border Steven Nabil love just having the freedom to drive across it feels nice to going to be returning to normal Sager make ani Washington

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US lifts pandemic travel ban, opens doors to visitors

AP News Radio

00:44 sec | 2 weeks ago

US lifts pandemic travel ban, opens doors to visitors

"The U. S. lifted travel restrictions Monday from a long list of countries including Mexico Canada and most of Europe the new rules allow air travel from previously restricted countries as long as the traveler has proof of vaccination ended negative code test land travel from Mexico and Canada requires proof of vaccination but no test airlines are expecting more travelers from Europe and elsewhere and are increasing flights between the UK and the U. S. by twenty one percent this month over last month US towns on the southern border have been devastated by a lack of business and are hoping Monday's re opening will bring a flood of visitors to the businesses that rely on them I'm Julie Walker

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Peter Doocy and ACLU Bust Biden's Narrative on $450K Payments to Illegals

Mike Gallagher Podcast

02:29 min | 3 weeks ago

Peter Doocy and ACLU Bust Biden's Narrative on $450K Payments to Illegals

"We've got a president who is on record as being perfectly comfortable with giving cash payments to illegals. Let me repeat that. We have a president who is on record as being perfectly comfortable with giving cash payments to illegals. Have you followed this controversy with Fox News channels Peter doocy? He asked Biden the other day about the cash payment, all this reporting that has been revealed that the Biden administration is in talks to give illegals separated at the border up to $450,000 per person. And Peter douchi asked poor Biden about it who barely knows where he is and Biden attacked the reporter Peter doocy saying you're putting garbage out there. He denied it's happening. Well, that infuriated the ACLU because the ACLU is spearheading the $450,000 payments to the illegals because the ACLU is suing the government over the payments. So they're furious because they said, wait a minute. Why is Biden denying this now? Well, they're back. Somebody finally got the word. To pour out of touch, addled Joe Biden, they got him back on track again, apparently there will be payments to illegals because according to White House spokeswoman, karine Jean Pierre, Biden is A-okay. With 450 thousand, I just want to let that. Let me just close my eyes and think about a young man from Mexico. Who snuck across the border, got apprehended, somehow got separated from his family. And was therefore traumatized. And has lawyers from the ACLU representing him in his trauma. And The White House says, okay, for your trauma, Miguel we're going to give you

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 US trade deficit hits record of $80.9 billion in September

AP News Radio

00:42 sec | 3 weeks ago

US trade deficit hits record of $80.9 billion in September

"The US trade deficit has reached an all time high the trade deficit was just under eighty one billion dollars in September the highest it has ever been the previous high was seventy three billion in June the deficit is the gap between what the U. S. exports to the rest of the world in the imports it purchases from other countries the commerce department says exports dropped three percent in September while imports increased six tenths of one percent part of the export decline was due to a nearly sixteen percent drop in petroleum exports related to drilling rig an oil refinery shutdowns during hurricane Ivan in the Gulf of Mexico my camp in Washington

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Biden Admin Paying Illegal Aliens Is Feeding LatCrit

Mark Levin

01:52 min | Last month

Biden Admin Paying Illegal Aliens Is Feeding LatCrit

"The final numbers could shift the people familiar with the matter said Most of the families that crossed the border illegally from Mexico to seek asylum in the U.S. included one parent and one child many families would likely get smaller payouts depending on their circumstances Now can you imagine the incentive for people now to come into the United States they view us as such complete suckers The American criminal liberties union which represents families and one of the lawsuits has identified about 5500 children separated at the border over the course of the Trump administration citing figures provided to it by the government Let me tell you what nobody else is going to tell you Obviously the Biden administration should fight this in federal court to the end For a thousand reasons Because it's immoral to take money from you to give it to a legal aliens who are not invited here who voluntarily on their own came across the border or sent their children across the border creating a situation of anarchy that the administration tried to do the very best it could do in dealing with it Unlike this administration that is what an anarchy and doesn't secure the border intentionally purposefully But what's going on here The Biden administration wants to give them the money The Biden administration is populated with individuals who believe in LAT crit You've heard of critical race theory This is Latino race theory That the people coming into this country Are the indigenous peoples This is a further way to destroy border security

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California virus cases stop falling, governor urges caution

AP News Radio

00:55 sec | Last month

California virus cases stop falling, governor urges caution

"Many states have reported sharp declines in the number of new coded nineteen cases but some health officials are warning another increase is in sight California's governor getting a publicly viewed booster shot let's not put our guard down let's get those booster shots there at a plateau but models predict coronavirus hospitalizations will increase slightly over the next month and some three thousand more deaths could occur in California by thanksgiving week there are concerns to in New Mexico where state health officials say they've hit a plateau when it comes to cope with cases declining even though seventy two percent of people in the state are vaccinated health officials say booster shots are really key because the immunity sparked by the earlier vaccinations does appear to be waning hi Jackie Quinn

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As immunity wanes, New Mexico pushes vaccines and boosters

AP News Radio

00:56 sec | Last month

As immunity wanes, New Mexico pushes vaccines and boosters

"New Mexico's top health official says it appears the state is seeing decreasing immunity from covert nineteen vaccinations with the infection rate remaining high in New Mexico more than seventy two percent of adults are fully vaccinated and there are indoor mask mandates but cases are not trending downward there were nearly a thousand new infections reported in a day fifteen people died Arizona health and Human Services secretary Dr David scrapes suspects waiting them unity as part of the problem more than twenty five percent of the new coded cases this month our among vaccinated residents the highly contagious delta variant is another factor doctors grace says he was feeling sort of bullet proof when he first got the vaccine but he doesn't feel that way any longer he's practicing more caution and encouraging booster shots I'm Jackie Quinn

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President Trump Did a Lot of Good for Our Country

Mark Levin

01:37 min | Last month

President Trump Did a Lot of Good for Our Country

"That's the truth And he did a hell of a lot for this country Securing the borders reviving the economy did a lot for minorities in this country In minority communities and so forth He recognized that China was the enemy As in many respects in a box as a result of the things he did and they were scared the hell out of them Same with Russia Same with a rain Iran was on the verge of collapse now Iran is back Because Biden and the Democrats are giving them sustenance Even on the inbred and North Korea was pretty much in a box he wasn't firing missiles off And nobody said he could do it but Trump made a deal with Mexico With a Mexican army was stopping illegal immigrants on its southern border before they could even get to our wall And our wall for the most part the extent it was built over 500 miles but the Democrats blocked the rest Was working and it certainly would have worked if it had been completed So many positives he pushed the vaccines through with operation warp speed He was getting a lot of red tape from Fauci and the FDA and the CDC He pushed it through his only he can Therapeutics very very important He pushed those through There's so much when you think about it He destroyed ISIS I mean I'm just sitting here thinking about

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New Migrant Caravan: 'Tell Biden We're Coming'

The Charlie Kirk Show

02:37 min | Last month

New Migrant Caravan: 'Tell Biden We're Coming'

"Tell Biden we are coming. The new migrant caravan of border jumpers and line cutters and criminals, new migrant caravan marches through Mexico to U.S. border. We have to change the way that we talk about this. These are not migrants. These are criminals. They have the intent to break federal law and state law and break into our country. Migrants are people that move from Southern California to the central valley to try to get work. That's would be a migrant. And this is nothing more than the movement of people for an economic incentive. The migrants mostly from Central America, South American Haiti are taking the 2500 mile to 200 mile journey to Texas. I'm reading from the Washington examiner. This is interesting. The group was organized through a QR code that allowed participants to register starting October 15th, according to Fox News. Due to the Mexican government banning migrants from hitching rides from truckers, the migrants will have to take the entire journey on foot. Tell Biden we are coming, said one migrant named William from El Salvador, told the news outlet, wait, so they have QR codes that they're organizing with this thing? What is this a rock concert? Let's get QR codes and we can figure out how to illegally enter into the country. Do you know what a QR code is? Some of you might be listening. You don't know what that is. It is when you see on a poster or on television, bottom right hand corner, it's it looks like a barcode, something that you would use at the grocery store and you put up your phone to it, and it helps you join the caravan. You know, we should have a QR code to subscribe to the Charlie Kirk show. That'd be interesting. Not join a caravan. Tell Biden we are coming. The caravan left chula on the border with Guatemala on October 23rd. With hours beginning of their journey the migrants were greeted by a wall of Mexican National Guard troops. This was a joke. The Mexican National Guard should have held the line. But the migrants forced their way to the blockade, continuing their journey to the United States. The caravan is moving north before the reinstatement of the remaining Mexico policy. Border arrests have surged to an all time high, more than 1.7 million in fiscal year 2021. How many getaways have there been, by the way? U.S. customs and border patrol did not immediately respond to questioning for comment from the new the new

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"mexico" Discussed on Why It Matters

Why It Matters

02:55 min | Last month

"mexico" Discussed on Why It Matters

"For the overall economy given how linked we are economically.

"mexico" Discussed on Why It Matters

Why It Matters

05:21 min | Last month

"mexico" Discussed on Why It Matters

"mexico" Discussed on Why It Matters

Why It Matters

07:11 min | Last month

"mexico" Discussed on Why It Matters

"Have the capacity to do that. How we build this capacity is an ongoing political debate. Many ideas have been floated, like increasing funds for child welfare professionals, translators, and medical staff at border facilities. And initiating community housing programs to limit the use of detention centers. Many of these ideas might be effective, but big change is a hard sell on both sides of the border. One important step is recognizing that it's a shared problem. The migrants seeking asylum have escaped persecution and violence in their home countries. And in order to get to the U.S., they need to cross through Mexico. As a result, Mexico has had to shoulder significant burdens of its own due to the migrant crisis, and it's scrambling to find a solution just as the U.S. is. Misunderstanding about shared problems emerges as a theme over and over again in U.S. Mexico relations. And that is certainly the case when it comes to another issue that is persisted for decades. Drug trafficking and gang of islands more than 300,000 people have been killed in Mexico since the start of the U.S. led war on drugs in 2006. And today, Mexico continues to make headlines as one of the most dangerous countries in Latin America. The fish is along the southern border, say Mexican drug cartels are moving much larger shipments of drugs into the U.S.. The amount of fentanyl and especially dangerous substance that was confiscated by the Texas Department of Public Safety jumped 800% in just one year. Security is a huge issue in the U.S. Mexico relations. And it goes both ways. Mexico has since the late 80s through the 90s, become one of the biggest sources of drugs that are imported into the United States, starting with marijuana and cocaine and then moving in the 2010s to meth and then today, much of the fentanyl that comes into the United States from abroad comes through Mexico. It's the precursor to come from China, mostly, but they come through Mexico, so it is a huge source of illegal drugs that come into the United States. On the other side, the United States ships back lots of money that pays for those drugs as well as guns that go to Mexico that many of these cartels and organized crime by. So there's a illegal trade happening in both directions. Both of them, problematic and harmful to the two societies on other side. And what we see, obviously, we have huge classier in the United States due to illegal drugs and particularly in recent years, the rise of fentanyl, we saw 70,000 Americans die last year from fentanyl and opioid overdoses. In Mexico, we saw record hide homicides last year as well and largely tied to organized crime and just the violence. That's associated with illegal activities. Drug trafficking being one of them contraband being others, human trafficking and migrants, as well as other types of legal activities, especially extortion and others on the ground. So insecurity on both sides of the border, feed into each other and make both countries less safe. It's a tragic feedback loop, and the United States contributes to it and complicated ways. For example, it's estimated that half a million guns are smuggled from the U.S. to Mexico each year. The problem is so severe that the Mexican government has filed a lawsuit against several U.S. gun companies, alleging that they knowingly supply the criminal gun market. The fact that the United States has not been able to curb the sale of arms to the Mexican cartels has become an irritant. From a Mexican point of view, I don't think we have fully recognized our own fault and our lack of rule of law that obviously has allowed the Mexican cartels to grow and be all powerful. And they are even a threat to the state. In 2020, there were 34,515 homicides in Mexico. A per capita rate several times higher than in the United States. In the most recent midterm election, 89 politicians, including 35 candidates were killed. And that's not all. According to Mexico's national search commission, there are nearly a 100,000 unresolved cases of missing people in the country. A problem that goes back decades. It's difficult for me to imagine a reality in which organized crime has so much power, a world where it might be a relatively common experience to have a friend or a loved one disappear and to suspect or know that it likely involved a cartel. Yeah. I think it's a horrible reality and in Mexico it is a reality that a lot of people have lived. I mean, you probably remember the case a few years ago in which a student just disappeared. And they have not been found. Their bodies were burned or what happened to their bodies is really unclear yet. There has not been a full investigation as to what happened to those students. But it is the reality of a lot of mothers in Mexico have taken upon themselves to go out and find their own loved ones and they have found mass graves in which they have done the work to identify what are the remains of their own family members. It is a reality unfortunately for a lot of people in a lot of Mexican communities. Do we see the U.S. and Mexico cooperating on security problems? So you have some Mexico have had moments of close cooperation on this. In fact, in 2007, 2008, we saw a whole new initiative called the merit initiative, which was signed between at the time president Calderon in Mexico and bush here in the United States that really opened up security cooperation in ways that hadn't been there for many years. That has in more recent years fall in somewhat by the wayside. In fact, the current president Lopez over door. And his one minister said that it's not working and they want to renegotiate at all. And you see frustration in the U.S. capitol on the Congress, as well as the executive branch in security cooperation, attenuating or dissipating in recent years. So I think this is a real challenge for the two countries because it is so tied. You can't fix the problem in one place without also addressing it in the others. So the security cooperation, there have been strong moments in the bilateral relationship and in the history. But today isn't one of them. Trade, migration, drugs and security. These are complex challenges that hit deep political nerves in both Mexico and the United States. And their persistence through the years raises questions about how leaders on both sides of the wall are handling the relationship..

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"mexico" Discussed on Why It Matters

Why It Matters

04:27 min | Last month

"mexico" Discussed on Why It Matters

"Opportunities that were created in Mexico on a yearly basis. That's right, Mexico is close to net zero in terms of immigration to the United States. Though that fact is often lost in media coverage and political debate. The Joan has urged the Trump administration to immediately stop separating migrant children from their families at its border with Mexico. When Mexico sends its people, they're not sending their best. More than a 172,000 migrants were stopped at the border last month, the most in 20 years. So the migration today that we're talking a lot about in the United States and have been for the last number of years is not about Mexican migration as much, but it's about migration from other places that comes through Mexico. So since 2014, 2015, we have seen waves of central Americans coming up through Mexico to come to the United States. And we've obviously seen it just this last year in 2021 increases from Central America driven by violence and poverty and bad governance and corruption in all sorts of factors. Many central Americans are leaving and looking for life elsewhere in many polls in the United States. The biggest is spike that we saw in the northern border was migrants from Central America from the northern triangle. What we're seeing recently is that Mexico is not only an export country. It became a transit country, and now it is becoming a receiving country. So now Mexico also has its own problem to deal with when the fact is that a lot of the people that were not able to stay in their United States were to cross the border into the United States want to stay in Mexico and they have asked for asylum in Mexico. And this has put tremendous pressure into our own communities into our own governmental authorities that are trying to cope with thousands and thousands of people. So Mexico has a huge problem to deal with. And we don't have not even close to the resources nor the capabilities to really deal with this issue in a humane or in a professional manner. So recently we've seen lots of Haitians tens of thousands of patients coming. But we see people coming through Mexico from all different parts of the world. Sometimes as far as Asia or as Africa, but coming to Mexico and then coming up to the U.S. border, seeking asylum or seeking to come in through other means to try to find their way in the United States. So Mexico has become a gateway for migration to the United States. And so there's two things here. One is, that is a tension as we've seen in the United States, both in the U.S. trying to regulate the migration that comes in the United States. The other challenge is Mexico is absorbing tens of thousands indeed more than that of these migrants into Mexico. So they get especially central Americans get partway into Mexico. And then they end up staying there. As do Haitians as do others. So this is a nation that is a middle income country. It has its own challenges with poverty and job creation and the like, and they are absorbing now. Many migrants as well. So then are the U.S. and Mexico working together on immigration? The use of Mexico have been working together on immigration largely over the last few years to close or limit the movement of people into the United States across the U.S. Mexico border. We have seen over the last 9 or ten months under the Biden administration, some changes in those rules and the setting up and expanding of the immigration system at the border to process people in quicker and more comprehensive ways. So you're starting to see more families particularly and mothers and others with kids come through and be processed and brought into the United States. So there is cooperation on managing the system at the border. But I will say this has been one of the most difficult parts of the relationship because it is hard to do to know what to do and to build capacity to manage tens of thousands, hundreds of thousands of people that are flowing through. And one of the bigger challenges too is that.

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"mexico" Discussed on Why It Matters

Why It Matters

03:48 min | Last month

"mexico" Discussed on Why It Matters

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"mexico" Discussed on Why It Matters

Why It Matters

08:22 min | Last month

"mexico" Discussed on Why It Matters

"Mexico. So let's do a little Mexico one O one. If I know nothing about Mexico. What are some things that I should know? So in Mexico is our southern neighbor. We share a 2000 mile border with the country. It's of a country of about a 120 million people. It is a democracy, though recently has been struggling as such. This is Shan O'Neill. She's a senior fellow for Latin America studies at the council on foreign relations. When you look around the world, there's probably no country that affects more what happens day to day in the United States than Mexico. So the vegetables and fruits that are on your table that you eat every morning or every evening, the appliances that you buy, the other goods that you purchase that you fill your houses with. The communities in which you live and restaurants that are down the street, perhaps, and the broader culture, all of those things as well as today, some 11 million Mexicans and 35 million Mexican Americans who are a big part of the U.S. population. So the communities that so many of us exist in and around to are also tied to Mexico. It is our most important trading partner, head of Canada and ahead of China. It is important in terms of our shared environment along the border in terms of our industries as well as our waterways. And it is important in terms of security in terms of border security, but in terms of security overall and the joint fight against organized crime. Each of the connections Shannon just mentioned, are at times headline issues in the United States. But among them, the economic relationship may be the most important, and the least understood. In 2019, more than $677 billion in trade was conducted between Mexico and the United States, affecting 5 million jobs. Again, that's higher than overall trade with China in the same year. And underneath the big numbers, the ties go deeper. So today interestingly, when you look at products in the United States, Mexico and Canada are integral to the making of those products, and these countries are big buyers of U.S. goods and services when they make products. So, for instance, a product that comes in from Mexico, so it's imported into the United States from Mexico. On average about 40% of that product was actually made in the United States. So U.S. workers put things together that are then sent to Mexico to be assembled. If you look at products coming in from China, it's less than 4% that was made in the United States. So pretty much everything is made on the other side of the ocean. So Mexico and the United States are incredibly important to each other because they make things together. But this level of cooperation hasn't always been the case. And it's not something that should be taken for granted. Mexico if you look back in the 1980s, it was really a country that sold commodities in north to the United States, primarily oil and some agricultural products and it was a quite closed economy. So it had a lot of tariffs and other kinds of barriers that kept the U.S. from selling goods to the south. The big shift really happened in the early 1990s with the formation and signing of nafta. The North American Free Trade Agreement that brought Mexico, the United States and Canada together in a free trade region. And you see in the wake of nafta of the next decade, trade grow exponentially between the countries. And over these last 25, 30 years, the nature of that trade, not only is it grown fourfold, but it has also changed. So it's gone from commodities from selling oil from selling fruits and vegetables like which still are sold, but two advanced manufacturing products. So auto parts. And medical devices. And airplanes. And all kinds of other types of equipment and higher tech goods are now sold between all of these countries. How did life in Mexico change for people after the country embraced free trade? And what does that meant for the United States? I mean, let me just give you an anecdote. This is Mariana campero. She's an expert in the Americas program at CSIS. She's also the host of the Mexico matters podcast, and former CEO of the Mexican council on foreign relations, come exe. When I was a little girl, I remember my trips to the United States as one of the most incredible things in the world because I was able to buy U.S. candy. And, you know, my mother bought U.S. toothpaste and shampoos, and you know, it sounds trivial, but in Mexico we did not have in our shelves, U.S. products, or very little of them, and those that existed in Mexico were very expensive. So one of the things that nafta when it came into effect, it radically changed the lives of Mexican consumers because suddenly we were able to have every product from every part of the world and with the best quality at cheaper prices. More importantly, because of nafta, Mexico, especially the northern part of Mexico, which was closer to the United States and so therefore transferred costs were lower was able to develop, and it became a true manufacturing powerhouse. The Mexican economy was able to grow. It's northern parts at rates that were close to Asian countries. You know, some parts of the northern grew at 10%. That also allowed for a lot of the people in the south to move north to work in this maquiladoras or manufacturing facilities. Nafta eliminated taxes on imported and exported goods, as long as they met certain manufacturing requirements, allowing products, parts and services to be traded essentially for free. As a result, prices went down and choices became more abundant. This benefited businesses, shareholders and consumers, and many economists would say that on net, nafta was a good thing. But not everyone shares this opinion. Nafta was controversial from the moment it was signed, and over the years many politicians and many workers have blamed nafta for U.S. job losses. In a few moments, I will sign the North American free trade act and the law. Nafta will tear down trade barriers between our three nations. When you've got a 7 to one weight differential between the United States and Mexico, you will hear the giant sucking sound. Nafta is the worst trade deal. Maybe ever signed anywhere, but certainly ever signed in this country. Corporate America and the big money interests have told us that nafta is a good deal. I don't believe them. So in some political circles, I feel like nafta was also seen as something that cost American jobs is that the case? What's interesting? When you look at the decade after nafta was signed sort of the 1990s, jobs in all three countries increased. And the sales between all three countries increased. And in fact, Mexico was one of the biggest consumer markets for U.S. goods. Around 2001, that starts to change. And one of the big changes is that China comes into the WTO. And you see more and more goods coming from China to the rest of the world. So that we talk about here in the United States, the China shock and the effect that China had on U.S. goods and sales in U.S. jobs. Well, it had a similar effect and perhaps even a bigger effect on jobs in Mexico. So whole industries that were based in Mexico, textiles and toy making and shoemaking so much of that disappeared. And as it disappeared so did U.S. based suppliers that used to sell the leather for shoes or the high heels or the sorts of things down there. So you see the symbiotic relationship. So that first decade when China really wasn't part of the picture, you saw jobs increase throughout the three countries. Over the 2000s and into the 2010s, you saw jobs fall in all three countries, but in part because of challenges and.

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"mexico" Discussed on Overheard at National Geographic

Overheard at National Geographic

07:06 min | 2 months ago

"mexico" Discussed on Overheard at National Geographic

"I was born and raise in the coury streets of mexico city. This is for hey kindness and activist. He's standing at an intersection in mexico. City wearing a black mask and a cape. I was an ordinary citizen. Until one day i went to a new delhi rematch. You know the mexican wrestling. And i decided to get a mass cookie to be the pedestrian vigilante of mexico city. He looks out onto a busy street filled with traffic. Lots of honking and swerving people walk cautiously trying to get out of the way of cars. The cars are very fast. There's people with disabilities other people. Even mothers and fathers with strollers. There are also cars parked on the sidewalk so pedestrians have to venture out into the dangerous streets. And that's when it emerges out of the shadows. My mother tells me not to do this. Because i can getting traveled but once i put my mask and i keep and they watch myself in the mirror. You know like tending to yourself. Like i'm here to justice and that's my goal and they'd go out to the streets and i'm watching this video. That for friend took him or he takes a breath and then he jumps onto the front one of the illegally parked cars and then he walks over it we've been walking for thousands and thousands of founders of years and just one hundred years ago we started to drive these keillor machines. You know so. Something wrong happened with with history so now we have to take back our streets and send these message that the pedestrian is on the top of the cars or hey has actually become kind of a local superhero for his activities. He goes by the name. Peyton neto which means little pedestrian. He wears a black and neon green costume and patrols the streets helping people on foot and on bikes and then i have the cape but my grandmother maeve these cave that has white and black stripes just like a pedestrian crosswalks. He paints bike lanes on busy streets and he circles potholes and broken sidewalks. People don't trip on them when he's done. He has a little p like a signature. Then he leaves to his next mission. It's like having two different personalities force because yeah you feel differently. Feel like an authority. You feel like somebody that has a mission in life and it's going to spread a message to the people in the streets. You know and then i go back home and they go off the mask on the cave and what might normally work. You know. i'm alanna strauss. And this is overheard at national geographic. A show where we eavesdrop on the wild conversations we have here in that show and follow them to the edges of our big weird beautiful world. This week we try and answer. A question is a bike friendly world and impossible fantasy or reality just around the corner. we'll meet an urban planner. Who tells us how to accomplish that. And it's not just painting more bike lanes and we'll cure why activists in mexico and the netherlands are so passionate about cycling that they'll go to great lengths to capture the attention of people in power. We kidnapped the chief government. What more after this geico and national geographic are working together to make your life a lot easier getting quote with geico mentioned your net ju- affiliation and you could get a special discount on geico's already low rates visit geico dot com slash nat. Go to see how much you could save. That's geico dot com slash nat. Go great rates. Great service and a whole lot more geico dot com slash nat. Go all right. Let's get something straight here when we talk about biking in this episode. We're not talking about recreation. We're talking about bikes as an alternative to cars away for people to get from point a to point b. There's good reason to make that switch. Transportation is the leading cause of greenhouse gas emissions in the us and cars. Make up the biggest chunk of that bikes on the other hand. There's virtually no pollution almost no energy use the energy that you actually good for you by energy. That's good for you. John poker means exercise. John is an urban planning professor maradas at rutgers university. He specializes in bikes. And it's not always so easy to get along without a car but for for all the time. It was a rutgers. I ahead before. Actually don't have a car myself. So oh i love you i love you i love you. We're going to get along very well alone. All right so if bikes are so great. Why don't more people in north america by it comes down to safety when surveyed more than half of americans actually say they're interested in biking but they think it's too dangerous because of you know cars from nineteen eighty one to twenty ten motor vehicle. Traffic was the leading cause of death for people under forty four in the us. John says there's an easy fix for this and it's not just creating bike lanes everywhere. It's creating with cold bike network. That's a web of connected pass that can take a traveler from any one point in the city to another. It's maybe things like green ways which are off-road paths so cyclists. Never have to worry about cars. They combined those with protected bike lanes with these physically separated lanes of the concrete barriers bollards or shrubbery of some sort dividing the cyclist from the motor. So it sounds like what you're saying is for city to be bike friendly. You don't need every streets have bike lanes you kind of just need enough of a network that you can get pretty much from anywhere to anywhere on a bike safely. That's exactly correct. The keywords connection so you don't wanna have a really state-of-the-art protected bike lane here and a wonderful greenway over there but nothing in between bike. Networks are actually part of this larger transportation network buses trains sidewalks. The let people get around without cars. You back to the train station. Take a train to another city. Then take the bus to your house. That kind of thing activists like hor. Hey often push for all these things at.

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"mexico" Discussed on The Daily

The Daily

05:36 min | 2 months ago

"mexico" Discussed on The Daily

"American women. Maybe women in texas who live close to the border could actually find themselves going to mexico to get the abortion services that they can't access in their own state. But from what you're describing it sounds like that's a pretty remote possibility at least in the near term. Yes that's right. The future of abortion access in mexico. That's something that's going to be decided over months and years not weeks right but you do have the distinct possibility that in texas where a new law essentially bans abortions after six weeks would have more restrictive abortion laws on the books than mexico where the supreme court has signaled that it would approve abortions up to twelve weeks into a pregnancy and what about the implications for other countries in latin and south america. Could this mexican supreme court ruling have implications for them as they consider the future of abortion in their own countries. Yes almost without a doubt. This ruling is going to have broad implications across latin america. Colombia's constitutional court will soon take up the issue of whether to decriminalise abortion beyond a couple of narrow exceptions and so this ruling in mexico is expected to be looked at there and just more broadly symbolically speaking. This is a really big deal. In latin america. Mexico is now on the road to becoming the most populous latin american country to allow the procedure so that may spark renewed efforts in countries where it remains illegal to fight that and it also may spark a backlash you may see renewed efforts by opponents to try to dig in and hold the line in places where the laws could change so it is without a doubt a major moment across this hemisphere and.

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"mexico" Discussed on ESPN FC

ESPN FC

01:33 min | 4 months ago

"mexico" Discussed on ESPN FC

"Plan for that domenichino <Speech_Music_Male> and celebrate. <Speech_Music_Male> I salute <Speech_Music_Male> the executive <Speech_Music_Male> of the mexican <Speech_Music_Male> federation for <Speech_Music_Male> finally sticking to <Speech_Music_Male> a plan. Yeah <Speech_Male> they used to do business <Speech_Male> right. Let's let's consider <Speech_Music_Male> <Advertisement> a couple of things <Speech_Music_Male> <Advertisement> first of all if you <Speech_Music_Male> <Advertisement> go to the bench. Yesterday's <Speech_Music_Male> bench <Speech_Music_Male> <Advertisement> eighty <Speech_Music_Male> <Advertisement> percent of those players <Speech_Music_Male> <Advertisement> are not going to be part <Speech_Music_Male> <Advertisement> of the regular <Speech_Music_Male> call up for <Speech_Music_Male> work of qualifiers. <Speech_Music_Male> So <Speech_Music_Male> this is a very decimated <Speech_Music_Male> team for the <Speech_Music_Male> <Advertisement> montesinos. That's number one <Speech_Music_Male> <Advertisement> number two. It's been a <Speech_Music_Male> <Advertisement> lot of games <Speech_Music_Male> <Advertisement> mcafee's <Speech_Music_Male> <Advertisement> very strange very <Speech_Music_Male> hard to play. <Speech_Music_Male> So i think <Speech_Music_Male> he has a pass <Speech_Music_Male> even if he loses <Speech_Music_Male> the final against the us. <Speech_Music_Male> Now it doesn't <Speech_Music_Male> <Advertisement> look good if you played <Speech_Music_Male> <Advertisement> the us twice. <Speech_Music_Male> <Advertisement> Yeah <Speech_Music_Male> <Advertisement> same summer <Speech_Music_Male> <Advertisement> and you come up empty <Speech_Music_Male> <Advertisement> right. <Speech_Music_Male> But but i do <Speech_Male> believe there's a plan within <Speech_Male> and he's not <Speech_Male> going anywhere lots <Speech_Male> of excuses <Speech_Male> and say that <Speech_Male> by the way sitting depending on <Speech_Male> how we lose. Okay <Speech_Male> all right. <Speech_Male> Let's get to <Speech_Male> brass tacks on. Let's <Speech_Male> make some predictions <Speech_Male> mouth. Your thoughts <Speech_Male> final score <Speech_Male> <Silence> goals. <Speech_Male> Usa <Silence> <SpeakerChange> <Speech_Male> settle. <Speech_Male> <Speech_Music_Male> <Speech_Music_Male> Are you going to <Speech_Male> say <Speech_Male> officially flipped <Speech_Male> to them. <Speech_Male> What do you think. nah. I think it's <Speech_Male> mexico by a couple of goals <Speech_Male> a couple of hours. <Speech_Male> <SpeakerChange> Do <Speech_Male> you believe that <Speech_Male> yup. Wow look <Speech_Male> at this look at this. <Speech_Male> Turn your back <Speech_Male> <Speech_Male> straight face. It's <Speech_Male> gonna lie to the people here. <Speech_Male> i will go with <Speech_Male> a. I'll go with a one <Speech_Male> goal. Mexico <Speech_Male> win one <Speech_Male> nothing low scoring <Speech_Male> affair <Speech_Male> one of the few <Silence> few <Speech_Male> bits <Silence> of action. That <Speech_Male> <Speech_Male> didn't quite capture the attention <Speech_Male> so far this week. <Speech_Male> And we'll be back on monday <Speech_Male> with <Speech_Music_Male> a full recap the <Speech_Music_Male> final us mexico.

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"mexico" Discussed on CREATE with Katrina Julia

CREATE with Katrina Julia

01:53 min | 4 months ago

"mexico" Discussed on CREATE with Katrina Julia

"Ad with anger that i am more than excited to do. It's completely in alignment. And i already mentioned them onto other episodes that i now have recorded and had no idea that this opportunity was sitting in my inbox until something until literally by spirit prompted me to say. Hey go and check it out. It's legit everything. You need to make a podcast. All in one place you is. I wish i would have known about this years ago. It would have made it so much easier. So i by show. I'm sure would have been would have grown so much faster so once again in case you missed it in the beginning and my excitement you're engaged in all things. Download the free anchor app directly on your phone. So you can record. You can do feature episodes directly on your phone and invite someone to be on your show or go to anchor dot. Fm to get started spoiler alert. You may be surprised. There are some things. I don't like about to mexico so while there are many things i love about to loom. I do wanna be honest about things. I don't like that you may or may not agree with so five things. I don't like about to mexico. And i believe many of these would be greatly improved for everyone with adjustments to any or all the following or could attract different types of travelers depending on if some of the places or hotels or tourism wants to do so so number one taxis paying high rates for taxis into loom so i will be sharing. Biking collect tvos in walking in. I'll give you some more insight just a bit number..

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"mexico" Discussed on The Big Ones

The Big Ones

04:53 min | 5 months ago

"mexico" Discussed on The Big Ones

"M. a new and it's the winner of the best new mexico city experienced twenty nine thousand nine airbnb and essentially. It's just like they've got a boat they take you along. They cook for you and tequila and mess cal. And they're locals. They live out there and they just kind of take you on this boat tour and it looks really funds. I'm just going to show you some pictures. Here of how much funders mariachi that floats by. And i mean these mitchell lot is just look huge during these big red cups. People are dancing on the boats and drinking tequila out of what looks to be an empty like a hollowed out melon. It looks wonderful. Yeah it sure does so. This is something that i would definitely do if i go to mexico city. Yeah now again. Betty and i think the letter smoke on the boat. So she's she's been knocking. Thank god my god. I live how her character is just finding trying to find a place to smoke and not get in trouble. Okay so this is my lost pick and this is a bar that i definitely want to try because i think if you're in mexico city you're gonna wanna try the pull gay. Oh i've heard this. Okay yes so. This is by were the boats are. It's a local po korea. It's called l. Temple day deanna. Cu dad they mexico and this is just this sort of divey polka correa and now quickly. I'm going to tell you what pull as pull. Gay is a pre hispanic beverage with a consistency reminiscent of cambodia. If cambodia were made from okra so just wrap your head around that. I i'm trying. It's about as alcoholic as beer. But it's made with the lightly fermented sap of the gavee the flavor once you acquire a taste for it is addictive zingy natural or plane. Pull gate isn't opaque milky color but fizzy and bright on the tongue. Sweep and not clawing lightly viscous not slimy and just ever so yeasty like the whiff of freshly risen bread dough hitting the oven most places kind of do plane or fruit versions and it lives up to its reputation as the drink of the gods. There's only three photos. Wow so this is a local. This is a locals only joint. It's a locals only join and some. There's yeah apparently peanut shells on the ground or size us on the ground and some of the flavors that you can get our Mango lemon pina cocoa. I bet the pr coco's really good. Oh yeah this place is just like a total like it's just awesome. It's super local spot. It's very like seem sort of iconic mexico city hole in the wall. They say go up to the counter and asked for the menu. Surprise the only thing on the menu as pulci. I personally recommend the salary up. Po polka they're so large in for a treat. Sit and drink two or take your case to go. In one picture. There seems to be an effigy of a man sort of hanging from the ceiling. A blow up silverman. Yes silver overlay and. Yeah and i don't know if this is some sort of threat or perhaps it's a pin yada. I'm not sure. But he seems to be having a gourd but he's strung up sort of hanging above the restaurant like the polka guardian. Maybe he's the god looking. Maybe the saxophone player. Maybe that you..

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"mexico" Discussed on The Big Ones

The Big Ones

05:25 min | 5 months ago

"mexico" Discussed on The Big Ones

"Big chairs like those hooded chairs. You know like those just like lounging and probably probably their shorts on from traveling all day. Their their shoes are filthy. Other sandals there like you know they're strappy sand over shorts in their polo tanks. I have got to find out my mom. Send me some pictures of her and migrate. I'm from their travels because it is. It's the cutest thing on. Oh nice yeah okay. So my activity one and this is where. I'm really hitting the thrill seeker aspect of my trip. So i this is me personally. And i know that. My mom and betty anne would be interested in this two very interested in the pre hispanic history of mexico city the as tech history specifically now on our other areas. Show our sister. Show the alarmist where we talk about history's greatest disasters and find out who's to blame. It's hosted by rebecca delgado smith. We did a whole episode on the fall of the aztec empire and it is just fascinating and the aztec empire was for like is now known as mexico city and to be clear the aztecs came and took over mexico. The the original mexicans lived in mexico and then the aztecs were taken over by the span. Spanish correct that's right and so yeah and so there's a really rich history in mexico city and of course one of the greatest ways to experience this is to go see the ancient aztec pyramid tea. Ot walk-on okay. Okay so now most people. It's it's a tourist attraction a lot of people go you see people. Climbing the stairs like hundreds and hundreds of people climbing the steep stairs up to the top of the pyramid. So i'm gonna avoid all that by taking a balloon tour. Oh my god now. This is from the website. Mexico flight adventures dot com. It's a sunrise balloon tour of. I should say a hot air balloon tour duration. One minute that got to be an error. I think it says one hundred fifty dollars duration one minute approximately well. God you're up and down in no time. So here's not walk. Khan and i'm probably saying that. Wrong so apologies. You can see these massive incredible pyramid structures wow And then okay. So i'm because i'm on a luxury budget. I'm popping for some of the perks. There's add ons to this hot air balloon tour and one of the add on tab mariuchi band. Play you off into the air. Okay here is. There's a balloon on the ground and there's a couple of people in the basket and then there's four mariachi members seeing them off. Okay so i'm definitely popping for the mariachi because that's also to me is like if you're gonna go to mexico city you got mariuchi.

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"mexico" Discussed on The Big Ones

The Big Ones

05:22 min | 5 months ago

"mexico" Discussed on The Big Ones

"I octane. Make coppola's yeah you know. It felt good to say. That's i've lonely planet teaches. He thinks they also taught us stuff in the kimberley episode. That we'd heard half of those words. I still all i know is that i don't know what those words mean and i don't know what a megalopolis is. Something tells me someone's trying to pull the wool over my eyes here okay. So megalopolis sometimes called. Megalopolis is a city cluster or super city a group of two or more roughly adjustment metropolis metropolitan areas jila. Pavel's okay okay. So it's it's big okay. That's what they're trying to say. Yeah god forbid this high octane. Big city contains plenty of escape. Valves in the way of old school cantinas intriguing museums inspired dining and boating excursions along ancient canals. With so much going on you might consider scrapping those beach plans explore parts unknown dot com rights. Much like the rest of the country. It is a city of contrast with immense gas between the house and the have nots. Mexico city will grab your heart sometimes lifting at higher than the surrounding snowcapped peaks. Other times pulling it right out of your chest still beating with the anguish felt by the sacrificial victims of the ruthless mexico rulers. Ooh be prepared to be exhilerated in disgusted delighted and saddened amused and scared. Possibly all within the span of a few blocks conde nast traveler writes the sprawling complex always changing megalopolis. Ding ding ding. Well some. there's some crossover with there's some writer in lonely planet that's all also working for conde nast. Yeah there is because they also say it's a steady of contrast which is exactly what explore parts unknown dot com wrote well while so-someone there must be just one travel blogger. That does all the blogs overworked from its epic street food to its chef driven pilgrimage worthy restaurants. Mexico city is arguably the most exciting food city in the world at sophisticated hotels grand public parks and boulevards and chic shopping streets rival those of europe. There's no way you can see taste and do all you want to do in one visit but don't worry it's a place that gets deep under your skin. You'll be back okay. So this week. I am starting with my -plication i and what did you get on that wheel of adventure. Yes so my budget is luxury that six hundred fifty to two thousand dollars a night. Which i will say mexico city you do not need to be on a luxury budget to even get like the nicest hotel room my travel personality. I got a thrill seeker So i love the thrill and my surprise is that i'm traveling with my mother-in-law should we just remind people what yours was too so they know mine is that i'm on a roughing it budget which is spending zero to fifty dollars a night on lodging mytravel personality is a foodie and my travel surprise. Is that. I too am traveling with my mother-in-law. Okay so now. It's time to play -cations..

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"mexico" Discussed on The Big Ones

The Big Ones

03:39 min | 5 months ago

"mexico" Discussed on The Big Ones

"The original k. Maria yeah amanda. Let's go on vacation. I'm still a little nervous about traveling. But what if. I told you that we could take our dream vacation without ever leaving the house like a placations. Exactly hi everybody. And welcome to play case. And i'm amanda and i'm maria and each week. We plan rival fantasy vacations to the same locations. And you vote on whose trip. you'd rather take. It's so sad it just might be fun. Well well well. I'm sure everyone is dying to know the results of last week's trip we play to prince edward island and to you i say. Listen to the unpacking episode to find that out. You better go back and listen to that. Bonus unpacking up so that you skipped over because it's all right there and there's some real good nuggets in there that's right and so this week we are planning vacations. Sorry placations excuse me to mexico city mexico. That's correct and it was men. I really dug. i really dug in did you. I didn't i will just say this. It's not. I'm not gonna say anything. All right yeah. I i enjoyed it i two i will say i wanted to shout out to paisley gray because i did text her because her and her husband ben gray who was in the band dear boy who you should check out dear boy. Their music is fantastic and they did a concert in mexico city a couple years ago and i know they had gone to some really cool places so i asked her. Hey where some places you went to a lot of them were too expensive for me. Not that they were like grand and expensive just i was on a roughing it budget and so i had to kind of just zero in on one place that i was like. Okay i could. I could do this so i want to. Thank the grays for doing the doing the heavy lifting for one of the places. Well should we get into it. Yeah let's pack our bags and get going off to mexico city here. We go.

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"mexico" Discussed on Camp Hell: Anneewakee

Camp Hell: Anneewakee

03:11 min | 6 months ago

"mexico" Discussed on Camp Hell: Anneewakee

"Dr patrick came down to carol and convened a meeting at the top leadership here and said he had been appointed by the board to investigate. Mac my concerns my claims. I don't remember the details. But i do remember that. The other administrators whole basically said they had heard nothing of any of this kind and everything was wonderful stories do that. I'd probably fall on for some stories at the boys. Were making up so dr decided that my problem was that i was just naive and needed more training and that i had shown good promise but but he wanted me to work as his assistant.

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"mexico" Discussed on Camp Hell: Anneewakee

Camp Hell: Anneewakee

08:35 min | 6 months ago

"mexico" Discussed on Camp Hell: Anneewakee

"That and it was. It was the funniest thing. Four o'clock in the morning. We were all wide awake trying to look like we weren't wideawake just praying that george didn't decide to let loose and he didn't and that's how we brought him in. The country injury says that the contraband brought back into the united states from these mexico. Trips was not just limited to goods and even animals. There was like a couple on one of those mexico trips. I it was nineteen. Eighty four brought back like two kids from mexico and how thought they were going into the anna wakey program or whatever happened in those kids that they vanished over abused readiness. For what i have. I never ever saw men. Mexico kids kids. They were put in the greek. That doc had personally and They were brought back to america. And taking the douglasville georgia. I never saw those. Here's carl more. We brought people back from mexico which was a pretty big deal. Thank some of them. Worked at anti-iraqi relationships with people down there and know people expected to see us every year. And you know would always take stuff down there for them. You know there's a lot of gift. Exchanging dow was another one of the things that and then he was good at. He did this with everybody. That was important and we would always buy jewelry down there. Yeah that would end up in the hands of various people as gifts. Carl says that the possibility of in awake you. Moving into mexico with another campus was something that was not out of the question. At the time. I think we could have had a mexico campus. We ended up buying a house down there. So i think the more was going to happen. There are there was an opportunity. And and i didn't distinguish that from from any other thing that you would do with an wakey funds you know. It was all the the same thing to me. One aspect of the mexico trip that was well known. Among the patients at anna. Wakey was an annual trip to a brothel as melinda doyle had mentioned in pachuca. They had a a strip on a hillside. That was their red light district. I guess you call it and on several trips. Anyway it i mean it was a regular thing. One of the big nutso secrets secrets. Was that you know that was part of the mexico trip but we would get everybody together and say you know kind of like a tonight's the night kind of thing and header would give a speech you know trying to coach everybody how to get through this in a way but ultimately it might have been It might have been something that could have been a positive thing for some people for some people it's terrifying and the reality of it was. It's a really really really for way to introduce somebody to that. Experience former patient. Chris mcknight remembers one such outing during his trip to mexico with dana wakey years. They took us to a house of Repu house prostitution. Whatever you wanna call it. This story is still kind of a tough one to tell so. I lost my virginity in pachuca mexican whorehouse. I was so scared. This's summer eighty-three. It's it's an now in these girls aside. I don't know what to do. I'm i'm a virgin scared shitless. I in alex. Probably hey congress you gotta go an incredible amounts of peer pressure crony gotta go in there and have sex with a woman and is just is just such a surreal at frightening situation. I really scared. Not cossacks me was a lot of baggage. Chris was another victim of sexual abuse at an waking by the hands of a counselor. Chris says that during this trip to a brothel his abuser had just been with the same woman. He was being pressured to have sex with. So i i had my first sexual experience with a woman. It's like my mind was so fucked up about sex at that moment in my life that the only safe woman i could have sex with the woman who had just had sex with the guy who had molested me. Here's before there's a lot of back it's right there. A lot of pain to girls like grandma had. He's trying to push his someone else's like push through the door. And i wanted to scream. I wanna cry. I wanted to run away. I was afraid scare. I was shaking. It was consensual. It was legal in mexico. No laws were broken. That there was a lot of heavy shit going on right there and i remember getting out and running down and throwing up and i didn't eat for a couple of days still have issues that situation. It's hard to make heads tails of it. It's really messed up situation. A teenager shouldn't have been put in. Here's former counsel. Ron doyle again. He says after seeing the effect the mexico trip had on one of his patients under his supervision he saw red flag i think probably the the real catalyst rhythm admire resignation was ahead of boy. Who is brought into on my group's after returning from a trip to mexico he had been considered a troublemaker and his previous group. But after this trip to mexico he just want off the deep end and so they put him in my group's thinking that that might might help. And i had been effective in helping kids get past problems like that so i worked with this kid and and he began to open up to me and tell me about some of the things that happened to him on that mexico trip which were just inexcusable. Physical abuse that our kids were used to help him because he wasn't cooperating. This was the apache around basically. They put him in a circle of other kids and would ask him questions and if he didn't answer properly railway basically beat him to a pole. Carl says that these so-called apache roundups a racially insensitive term to say the least or supposed to be another part of petters therapy one that he was told to lead. There probably a handful of times where i was actually physically involved with anybody. You know one of the things that that Header would talk about where the apache round up and we went through a couple of those. And that's where the group confronts and individual and ideas to be physical about. Ron says that after hearing about the mexico trim. He decided try to do something to help the situation and make known the atrocities he had heard about well of course stories about the trickster prostitutes and that kind of stuff so at that point i realized that there was a really ugly underbelly. They thought it was a wonderful program. That did a lot of good things for kids but also at ruining kids like this and so knowing dr powder was the one who was arranging all that stuff. I had no trust in him whatsoever. I wasn't sure what to do. So i wrote a letter to the board of directors thinking and these are community. People who don't really know what's going on here and they need to know so. I wrote a letter to the board of directors outlining my concerns and i was very careful not to say things that i couldn't back up but but just bringing attention to some things that i was concerned about. I assume that that letter had gone to the board and shortly thereafter..

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"mexico" Discussed on The New Influence Podcast

The New Influence Podcast

11:52 min | 2 years ago

"mexico" Discussed on The New Influence Podcast

"It's been a while twenty twenty next ten years ahead of us. Think it's going to be a good one it's going to be an exciting excite one. Certainly Le Change happening. I think it's for the better a few a few pin. Shall we say few easing into this new dimension that we're coming into now few pens along the way but I think long term. It's going to be good so I'm as I said coming at you from Mexico Zico so it's January. It's winter back home at call to wet. It's raining everyone's down in the dumps. No one's got money. You've got at the Post Christmas and New Year Blues. So where am I at. I'm in thirty degrees heat on the east coast of Mexico so so I hit the winter no winter person. Despite being born in the north east of England the winter is not my forte. I all I love sunshine. The hotter the better if it's twenty five degrees a more than happy in that four eight degrees in even as well but a hit the called despite Vajpayee northerner so. I'm in Mexico just avoiding the winter Z.. They're going to go to Thailand or Mexico but being to Thailand five times so I thought screw it a come to Mexico of only been here once before and it was only for like two and a half weeks so I thought I'd see a bit more of the country spent a bit more time here. Absorbing country country learning more about it and so on and trying to Learn a bit more Spanish. I am learning book Ito but I'm no very conversational national. I know the basics and know the swear words and so on but I couldn't have fallen conversation with someone that's for sure but he still got a little bit time left so by the time I fly back back to the UK in March. Maybe I will be more conversational in Spanish. The reason why I'm doing a podcast one. I haven't done one in a while. saw a day one to. I've had some horrendous kind of flu. It's just had me holed up in bed for being ill for about ten days but like being really for like three or four those those days and that was like when you hold up in bed. You've got the shivers. It was twenty five degrees and I was wearing a hoodie shivering myself. I had had terrible stomach pains all the horrible things that come with having the flu hallucinations sweating but freezing. Everything thing and just felt horrible. Both teach word after a visit to the pharmacy. I'm over the worst of it now. Still got a bit of a cough. Still call an eight a few do things but I think touch wood fingers crossed. I'm on the mend. which is good so I thought I'd do a podcast while I'm stuck in the apartment and while I can't go out and enjoy the beautiful beach and the beautiful weather? I thought I did a podcast on Mexico and for people who who may have not been here before they want to know a bit more about us maybe for people who you know might have been here. But they haven't been to the places I've been so Mexico is quite a big country. I think the population is it. Your million Spanish as a first language. Obviously whether it's in North America or Central America. I'M NOT A to Shula. Some people says Central America. Some people said North America. Personally I thought it was always North Surrey. Central America and I thought North America was Canada Eh in the US air. And then I thought went down into Central America like Mexico and Belize and then into South America where you have Brazil Argentina Argentina and Paraguay and so on but hey. I'm not sure whether it's North America Central America so I started off in Mexico City which is the capital and it's a huge city so even coming from London which is a big city very big city. Mexico is a huge city. I think in in total population. It's like twenty million. I think London in total population is like eight point five million so substantially bigger very busy having come from a a big city. Then I'm going to another big city like Mexico City. DidN'T WANNA stare too long like I. I wasn't in that big city mood so I only stayed there a week It's nice but I often find that every big city I go to. I've lived in London for thirteen years and every big city. I go to attend to compare era to London and to be honest. My personal preference is that London is the best city in the world. So once you've experienced London and and you go to other cities including New York in the as well like for me. There's no comparison so it depends what you're after but went to Mexico. City city spent a week. There had a friend who recently moved out because he met a girl and he'd been there for about two months so met with him and he kinda showed me around the best is governed again and yet he seems to be enjoying it. He was in the nice parts there are dodgy. Gee Parts and the nice parts like any really. I didn't feel particularly unsafe. I have my wits about me like I'm not stupid like you go to any city even when I was in London came about me when I'm walking around at night and so on getting ready to ruin if anyone's going to pull a knife out me or something like that But it's a good city. We good people. The weather's or care I mean for this time. The it's like twenty two degrees tops. which is good? It's Nice not too hot for the people who don't like the heat Certainly better than Europe this time of year as well So yeah spent spent a week them some cool people l. but again it was just like get me to the beach. My intention was always to go to the beach. So Mexico's of beaches. Actually I've got to costs or might have well. It's like the East Coast and the West Coast and then it's got like seven tips as well and on the West Coast. That's where you have like the likes of Acapulco as you probably heard of by the famous song from the air. Is I think it was the four tops. Wasn't going loco down in Acapulco so you have that side and then on the other side you have the likes of Cancun you have the likes of play del Carmen. Which is where where I currently am? And then you have to as well so I opted to go to the east coast so the Cancun pay del Carmen into side of things because one it's hotter so this side of the country taught at this time the so I knew I'd be getting to thirty degrees whereas on the other side it's only like twenty I five degrees and two. I'd been here before briefly. So it's been a couple of weeks in Playa del Carmen. So I knew what I was expecting and I really enjoyed it last time as here. Too Nice people had some good memories from its screw it. I'm here not to seek new places and go for adventure. I'm here. Hey to chill in the sun the gym do a little bit work rest. Some bear that get a Tan lose a bit fat that have put on of the winter into and just generally chill or and of course Lynn Spanish as well which I am doing very very slowly so spent a week in Mexico City but then decided decided to fly to cocoon Tony bowers. I think it's about two always flight if I remember correctly. So it's a two hour flight so Mexico is quite a big city in terms of geographical space So you can get flight all around the country so I flew out here at the at the end of November. So being here ever since and I've just recently just being chilling just being having fun down by the beach. Just she's been getting up to watch the sunset because we're at the side of the country where you see the sunset not the sunrise so I'm normally sunset person and of written about this before like I loosened sunsets. I love to watch a sunset love to see the single down. Then hey the cricket's come out and you see the the change in the clothes in the sky and across the water and just kind of puts you in a reflective mood and people change like I go through some kind of I guess you could say like spiritual kind of Falen as the sun's going down and that you hear that kind of a said the crickets coming up and I think people get a bit reflective like one more day over the finite number of days is that we all have and I've never really been a morning person so I've never really gotten a for sunset but because I'm on this side of the country this is what have to do so it was getting up at like six o'clock and while staying the beach was like a five minute walk. I love the fact that you know you can get up the morning. Put your shorts on put a vest on grab a coffee and just walk to the beach in while it's still dark takes you five minutes together and just watch soon rise some the sunrises pretty epic as well and again it's kind of a spiritual movement and you get a lot of people who down for the sunrise to and they go to watch churn I think. Yeah it's just something nice to watch and Kinda sets up the dare you look at their head in a more positive mood. Will I do so I I was doing that for quite some time yet. What Sunrise and then just chilling down the beach Dune like some cardio work signed up to a local gym eating good foods unhealthy foods? And of course when it's hot your body doesn't tend to want to eat too many calories but when you're in the cold light you are back home in the European eighteen winter. Your body just wants to see ten eight thousand fifteen hundred more calories per day than more e would in the sunshine just because he wants wants to go into that stavish put on a bit where to you know keep keep the cold out and so on so yeah. I've found that you know even being here like six weeks probably dropped eight nine pounds consciously as well because of his have been on the Jim too so this is my second time here first. Time was last year and I was quite apprehensive because like you I probably watch the news and saw the report heard about the gang violence and the murders and so on. And let's be honest honest. That does happen. It does happen in this country but thankfully like in the tourist areas depressive. Very safe actually. Like would I say say this with trepidation. That where I'm staying very safe. It's probably safe of London in terms of like if you look at the data in terms of crime and so on and So it depends on where you are in Mexico how dangerous it is and a lot of the murders are gang related gang on gallon so you have the cartels are generally not in this part of the country. They're up in the north need the. US border so the cartels a fighting of fighting. I know of a obviously drugs. Define over land the fighting over the rights to be able to you know get the jokes over to the the the. US border And it is pretty horrendous like in terms of the cartels. Hey they run the country. Almost there was an incident a couple of months ago where they tried to capture one cartel member and it ended up just being obsolete war between the military the Mexican military and the cartels tells unknown behold the cartels one so the cartels had more military power than the official military of the Mexican government which is quite scary in a wins quite shocking..

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