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Pat Perez Is Scoring Big in the LIV Tour

Fore The People

01:01 min | Last week

Pat Perez Is Scoring Big in the LIV Tour

"What do you think pat Perez is doing with his extra 1.5 million that he's won for shooting a scoring average of 75 and a half for the past 6 rounds? We love it. We need to get we need to get PP back on the pod because I'd love to, I'd love to know his mindset after firing like an 82 bomb and went in 750 racks or whatever the first week. If anybody could describe it, I mean, he won more than that because there was no cut in the actual event. He was one of the few guys that won more in the team thing than the actual than the actual tournament that was close. He's like 1.5 million to like maybe 300 grand. Yeah. Yeah, it's usually the opposite for all the other guys that are on the winning team. They like top 5 did and it's like all over a million bucks or whatever. So I don't know. I bet you he's thinking, I'm glad I did this for sure. I mean, yeah. He's not regretting it. He prosecutors. I'm the PGA Tour and walked away with 750 racks. There's no way that's happened before.

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Perez's HR off Holmes in 9th leads Royals over Yanks 8-6

AP News Radio

00:33 sec | Last week

Perez's HR off Holmes in 9th leads Royals over Yanks 8-6

"The royals coughed up a four zero lead before Salvador Perez launched a three run Homer off clay Holmes in the 9th inning of an 8 6 win over the Yankees The royals avoided a four game sweep after Anthony Rizzo's three run Homer put New York ahead 6 four and the 7th Hunter Dozier homered against Ron marinaccio leading off the 8th ending Marina's 19 inning scoreless streak and run of 56 consecutive batters without allowing a hit The royals cooled off Aaron judge who went over three with two walks Judge leads the majors with 42 home runs in 91 RBIs I'm Dave ferry

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Orioles overcome 3-run deficit vs Cole, beat Yankees 6-3

AP News Radio

00:35 sec | 2 weeks ago

Orioles overcome 3-run deficit vs Cole, beat Yankees 6-3

"The Orioles came from a three run deficit against Garrett Cole and went on to beat the Yankees 6 to three The Orioles scored two in the 7th and two more in the 8th Cedric Mullins hit a sac fly to give them a four three lead and Ramona reus hit a two run Homer to complete the comeback We just stayed together We've been doing it During the season and we just feel good We fight through the whole game and we don't give up Seeing Al Perez got the win Jorge Lopez earned his 18th save the Yankees have lost three or four 8 of 12 and were one for 14 with runners in scoring position Craig heist Baltimore

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CNN: Federal Investigation of Hunter Biden Reaches Critical Juncture

Mark Levin

01:51 min | 3 weeks ago

CNN: Federal Investigation of Hunter Biden Reaches Critical Juncture

"So what's the latest with Hunter Biden This is Evan Perez and Evan Perez never lies at CNN Why Nobody even knows who heaven Perez is Nonetheless the federal investigation at a Hunter Biden's business activities is nearing a critical juncture as investigators way possible charges and prosecutors confront Justice Department guidelines to generally avoid bringing politically sensitive cases close to an election according to people briefed on the matter The Joe Biden up for election One of the final decision has been made on one of the bring charges against Joe Biden's son sources say the probe has intensified in recent months along with discussions among Delaware based prosecutors investigators running the probe and officials at Justice Department headquarters Just give the matter to the U.S. attorney of Washington D.C. he'll know how to kill it in two minutes I'll treat you like an abortion David Weiss the U.S. attorney in Delaware's leading the probe which dates back to his early 2018 Discussions recently have centered around possibly bringing charges that could allege tax violations and make a false statement in connection with Biden's purchase of a firearm At a time he would have been prohibited from doing so because of his acknowledged struggles with drug addiction No he was a Coke addict The investigation of the president's son is loom large among the politically fraught issues Merrick Garland faces as attorney general Weiss is one of a handful of appointees of former president Donald Trump who were kept on by Biden administration because they were over sync politically sensitive investigations

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AP Sports SummaryBrief at 10:33 p.m. EDT

AP News Radio

01:59 min | Last month

AP Sports SummaryBrief at 10:33 p.m. EDT

"AP sports on time area The Yankee served the July portion of their scheduled by continuing their dominance sweeping a double header from the guardians in Cleveland 13 to four in the first game as Matt Carpenter Homer twice and 6 to one in the nightcap as Anthony Rizzo and Giancarlo Stanton hit back to back homers all to the delight of manager Aaron Boone It's not easy The highest league in the land it's hard to win Any game it's definitely hard to win two in a day The Yankees weren't the only ALE steam to win two games Here's AP's Dave ferry The rays took a double header from the Blue Jays winning 6 two and 11 5 Francisco mejia Homer twice in the nightcap and Isaac parades had three hits and 5 RBIs on the afternoon Parade is smacked a three run shot in game two All 9 race starters had at least one hit in game one and Tampa Bay finished with 13 hits in the opener and 14 in game two Single game wins for the Mariners twins tigers White Sox and Astros who have won 5 straight and 7 of 8 The mets lost for the fourth time in 5 games 7 to three to the Texas Rangers Martin Perez raised his record to 7 and two as Cole Calhoun supported him with two homers and four RBIs So good want to small game you know And gave martini a little bit of breathing room and go out there and do a saying like he has all year The Cardinals meet the Philly 7 to 6 is Oliver marvel's team hit four consecutive homers in the first inning That was fun to sit there and watch that Guys took some good swings They were on the attack Other ran out winners braves cubs rocky small in pirates and Dodgers who knocked off the Padres 72 Third round action at Wimbledon including an upset of the top seeded woman Ikea tech and the fourth seed demands the final seats Rafael Nadal kept rolling with a straight sets victory Without a doubt since the tournament starts making improvement today So are you happy with that for that Zion Williamson is reportedly the latest NBA star to cash in The pelican star forward is expected to sign a 5 year extension worth of $193 million Tom AP

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Calhoun 2 HRs, Pérez wins 7th straight as Rangers beat Mets

AP News Radio

00:33 sec | Last month

Calhoun 2 HRs, Pérez wins 7th straight as Rangers beat Mets

"Cole Calhoun blasted two home runs and drove in four as the rangers came from behind and ran by the mets by the final score of 7 to three Calhoun hit a three run shot which was the first to back to back long balls in the second frame as Texas catcher Jonah heim followed with a solo Homer to the right field upper deck Calhoun then hit a solo shot of his own to left field to extend the rangers lead in the fourth Felt good Felt good Want to swallow game you know And gave martini a little bit of breathing room and go out there and do a saying like he has all your text to order more team Perez picked up his 7 victory Starling Martin Eduardo Escobar Homer for the mets who have dropped 6 out of the last ten Mike Moriarty New

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Hernández and Espinal HR, Kikuchi fans 8, Jays beat Rays 4-1

AP News Radio

00:35 sec | Last month

Hernández and Espinal HR, Kikuchi fans 8, Jays beat Rays 4-1

"A pair of two run home runs all the Blue Jays needed in Dowling the Tampa Bay Rays four one at roger center The Oscar Hernandez hit a two run shot in the second of Ryan yarbrough while San Diego has been all launched a two run Homer in the 7th for his 6th of the season And I bought into and you know getting the W it was more important but ready to go for tomorrow You seek a was a control on the mount for Toronto going 6 and striking out 8 Isaac Perez provided the only offense for Tampa with a solo home run his 11th of the season John leatherbee

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Backup catcher Perez's 3 HRs help Pirates beat Brewers 8-7

AP News Radio

00:32 sec | Last month

Backup catcher Perez's 3 HRs help Pirates beat Brewers 8-7

"Michael Perez had the best offensive game of his major league career while leading the pirates past the brewers 8 to 7 The bucks number two catcher Homer three times doubled once and had 5 RBIs Perez doubled his season home run total hitting a pair of two run blasts including one that put Pittsburgh head to stay Rookies O'Neal Cruz and Jack zawinski hit back to back shots for the pirates who carried an 8 to four lead into the 9th inning before beating the brewers for the first time in 9 tries Andrew mccutcheon had three hits and two RBIs for the NL central leaders who ended a four game winning streak I'm Dave

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Perez, Royals snap 5-game skid, end Astros' win streak at 5

AP News Radio

00:28 sec | 2 months ago

Perez, Royals snap 5-game skid, end Astros' win streak at 5

"Houston ASTRO starter Luis Garcia gave up only four hits in 7 innings but Kansas City catcher Salvador Perez broke the scoreless tie with a two run Homer in the royals eventual 6 nothing win Perez was the American League's co leader and Homer's last year with Toronto's Vladimir Guerrero junior But he entered this game without a hidden 5 previous games tied for the longest drought in his career Greg iklin Kansas

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Pirates rally in 9th inning for wild 6-5 win over Dodgers

AP News Radio

00:39 sec | 2 months ago

Pirates rally in 9th inning for wild 6-5 win over Dodgers

"The pirates scored two runs in the 9th inning to beat the Dodgers 6 to 5 Michael Perez hit a game time single off closer Craig kimbrell and Pittsburgh would then score the go ahead run on a fielding error by first baseman Freddie Freeman The pirates are three and one in their four meetings against the Dodgers this season and manager Derek Shelton couldn't be more pleased Yeah I mean we've played well against him and when we haven't beat ourselves which is the most important thing And you really have to execute because they're so good As part of the Pittsburgh win tuka pita marcano smashed his first career home run Mark Myers Los Angeles

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'Replacement Theory' Is Promoted by the Left Through LatCrit

Mark Levin

01:44 min | 3 months ago

'Replacement Theory' Is Promoted by the Left Through LatCrit

"Replacement theory Again I had never heard of that before Shame on me I suppose But I have heard of a lot crit movement And I did write about it in American Marxism And it's interesting how that is completely and utterly ignored Completely and utterly ignored Now we have to be able to have an honest discussion about some of these things But the Joe scar borrows in his Elk they don't want to Replacement theory if I understand it it was advanced by the left And it's unfortunate we have to get into the mud like this But it's advanced by the left Something called Latina Latino critical race theory or LAT crit And Lindsey Perez huber a post doctoral scholar at UCLA wrote it involves experiences unique to the Latina Latino community such as immigration status language ethnicity culture a lack code analysis has allowed researchers to develop the conceptual framework of racist nativism a lens that highlights the intersection of racism nativism But what's the bottom line Promoted by some of these radicals in the lacrim movement I guess it's replacement theory

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"perez" Discussed on Fresh Air

Fresh Air

03:04 min | 3 months ago

"perez" Discussed on Fresh Air

"Terry has today's first interview, I'll let her introduce it. My guest is the Emmy and Oscar nominated actor Rosie Perez. She started her performing career as a dancer when she was 19. She was dancing at a club with her friends when a talent scout from soul train noticed her and invited her to dance on the show. She brought her style of hip hop dancing to soul train at a time before hip hop had entered the mainstream. She went on to be the choreographer for the fly girls, the dancers on the sketch comedy show in living color. She choreographed music videos for Bobby Brown Diana Ross and LL Cool J in 1988 when she was 24, Perez went to a nightclub and ended up getting in an argument with Spike Lee. He told her I've been looking for somebody who can yell at me and exactly that way. And he cast her as his girlfriend and do the right thing. Despite the success of the movie, Rosie Perez couldn't get an agent or a manager to take her seriously as an actress. But you pushed on something she's done her whole life, and was cast in white men can't jump, and Peter wears film fearless, which earned her a best supporting actress nomination. Perez had a rough childhood she had 9 siblings, her mother was intermittently jailed throughout her childhood and was diagnosed later in life as schizophrenic. When Perez was three years old, she was transferred to a Catholic foster home run by nuns, and was considered a ward of the state of New York until age 12. Rosie Perez currently stars in the HBO Max series the flight attendant, which is in its second season, later this month, you can see her in the Apple TV plus series now and then, as a police detective. Rosie Perez welcome to fresh air, it is a pleasure to have you on the show. It seems like things are going so well in your career now like two new series. Do you feel in a great place professionally now? Yes, I do. It's wonderful. It's all about just keep pushing and keep going, as you stated earlier. If you really want something, you just have to keep at it. And you know, there's been highs. There's been lows. There's been mostly highs, thank God. But right now, it's really high. And I'm very, very happy. So, you know, you have two new series. One of them is the flight attendant. And you have another serious starting May 20th in which you play a police detective. When you were first getting started in acting, you got a lot of roles real offers as prostitutes. Does it feel good to be playing the detective and not the prostitute? Yes. And it's very interesting because here's the thing, when you're of color and you get off a role as a prostitute, you have no backstory. You have not of great storyline. You're just a prostitute. You're just somehow, right? And but if you look at when white women get roles of prostitutes, they get nominated. You know, because they have a full arc, a full story..

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"perez" Discussed on Fresh Air

Fresh Air

03:19 min | 3 months ago

"perez" Discussed on Fresh Air

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"perez" Discussed on Fresh Air

Fresh Air

02:44 min | 3 months ago

"perez" Discussed on Fresh Air

"When did that happen? That happened when I met eve ensler. When I did the vagina monologues, and she takes me, she goes, oh, we're doing this women's writing program. Up at Bedford correctional facility. And I said, why does that sound so familiar? And we're on the train. And I'm starting to have an anxiety attack and a panicked attack. And this is part of my reason why I hate traveling. It's the trips back and forth from the home to Brooklyn, the home to Brooklyn can not stand traveling. And being on that metro line was bringing all that back and I started hyperventilating. And she says, what? And then I said, oh my God. And she said, what? When we got off the train and we were driving up to the correctional system, my mother was here and she said, well, I have to go home and I started screaming in the parking lot. And she always saw me as a cool calm, collective, young chick, you know, and I couldn't, I couldn't stop screaming. To your mother had been imprisoned there. Yeah. And I totally forgot about it. And I had one of those PTSD flash memories. And it was events learn on the red back, held my hand the whole time. I didn't utter a word on the way back. And eve said, I want you to go to the doctor tomorrow. I said, I don't need a doctor. 'cause you need a doctor. You need to speak to somebody. And she goes, or else you're going to fall apart. And I went home and my first husband at the time, I told him I said, she's ridiculous. She's just crazy. She thinks everyone has trauma just because she has trauma. And he's just looking at me and I go, what? He goes, I think you should go. And I just started screaming again. I'm fine. I'm fine. What's everybody's problem? Look at me. I'm fine. Look at my life. It's such denial. And it took me a while. It took me a while, and everything just fell into the deepest depression. And then Seth, who was my ex-husband, he said, I will hold you in, and I'll take you to this doctor, I think you should go. And it was difficult. Many, many years where her name is doctor Susan Graham on 9th street in my hot inch. She changed my life. And after a couple of years with her, she said, to me, I think she goes, you're so smart and you're so quick, but you found grown me. And I think you need a higher degree of therapy. I went what? She was impossible medication. I go, who the F do you think you are? She goes, my point,.

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"perez" Discussed on Fresh Air

Fresh Air

01:56 min | 3 months ago

"perez" Discussed on Fresh Air

"And Ernest Dickerson's yell cut and spike was very angry. And Ernest Dickinson was like, God bless him because he said he goes, stop. This is enough spike. We got it. This isn't right. He was the cinematographer on the film. He was a cinematographer. And I got up and Ruth Carter put a rope around me and she gave me the biggest hug. And spike was so confused. He goes, but you knew what I was doing. You agreed to it and I said, yeah, but it was just too much. It was just too much. It was just too much. I remember saying that to him. And it was upsetting. And the thing is, is that we didn't have a big fight over it. We had a conversation. I give him that credit. And he said, I'm sorry. I didn't realize, and I said, it's okay. And we finished the day. How come you needed family permission? Were you underage? No, I'm Puerto Rican. So you just wanted your family permission. I thought it was the right thing to do. But it gave you your start as an actress. Yes, and I am forever grateful. And spike and I and people always think like, you know, why are you disrespecting Spike Lee? I'm not disrespecting Spike Lee. I'm telling you the truth of what had happened. And things can happen and you don't need to cancel him. He and I worked it out. You know? And he apologized. We hooked it out and we're still friends to this day. And you worked with him on the reboot of do the right thing for TV. Exactly. You know, we stayed friends all these years. I'm very grateful to spike. All right, let's take another break here. If you're just joining us, my guest is Rosie Perez, and you could see her in season two of the flight attendant on HBO Max and later this month you could see her in a new series on Apple TV plus, which is.

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"perez" Discussed on Fresh Air

Fresh Air

04:44 min | 3 months ago

"perez" Discussed on Fresh Air

"That's Friends without the R, best fiends. Let's get back to my interview with Rosie Perez. She's now starring in the flight attendant, which is in its second season on HBO Max, and she stars in the new series now and then in which she plays a police detective, it premieres may 20th on Apple TV plus. When we left off, we were talking about the dance she choreographed and performed for the opening credit sequence of Spike Lee's do the right thing. That was a movie that it felt like everybody saw it and it was one of those you have to see the movie and you have to have an opinion about it. Is the truth that the Obama saw it on their first date? Yes, it's true. When I met Barack Obama was at the Hispanic caucus in D.C., I was getting an award and they asked me to introduce Barack Obama senator then Barack Obama, Obama and John McCain. John McCain did not show up at the last minute. And I said, oh, ladies and gentlemen, I'm here to tell you that John McCain didn't show up, but don't worry, Barack Obama got the memo and he is here. And everybody went crazy. And then there was a long line. I mean, people rushed to the stage to see then senator Barack Obama, like if he was Michael Jackson, like if he was Bruce Springsteen, like he was a rockstar already. And there was this long line to meet him, and I cut the line. And I go, hello, senator, and he goes, Rosie Perez. And I said, do you know who I am? And he says, yeah, my wife and I, that was our first date. We saw it do the right thing. I went, oh my God, you saw me naked. And he left so hard. And I flushed with embarrassment. But you know, okay, so you were in bed because he saw you naked. You do have that one nude scene where it's a very hot day and you're basically saying, it's too hot to make love. And so Spike Lee's character puts ice cubes on your naked body and runs them across your body. Did your father see the film? I mean, if he was upset at you dancing on soul train, I can't imagine how he'd feel about do the right thing. He almost had a heart attack literally. They had to rush him to the hospital. Are you serious? Yes, I'm serious. You can ask my sister call him and this is the God's truth. He invited the entire town of aguadilla. Oh no. In Puerto Rico. And when the park came up, they said he stood up and grabbed his heart. You know how Sanford and son he would say Elizabeth? Grabbed his heart. My baby, my baby. And he fell down in his chair and they called the ambulance very Puerto Rican Bailey tell the novella scene..

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"perez" Discussed on Fresh Air

Fresh Air

05:18 min | 3 months ago

"perez" Discussed on Fresh Air

"Never hindered him. You know, there's lots of people who have accents. You know, but when you, once again, all person of color, and you have an accent, especially if you're Latino, it really works against you. And people, you know, they always say, oh, why is everything about race? Because everything's about race. Yeah, so it's a simple as that, you know? And I'm not I am not afraid of playing certain characters, you know? I'm not afraid of playing the good and bad and ugly of my nationality of my race. I am not. I am opposed to playing the negative stereotypes that are limiting and help to foster that horrible narrative over and over again. That's when I put my foot down. And there's a big, big difference, you know? Let's go back to the very beginning. You spent your formative years from age three to age 12 in a group foster home and in foster care, I know it's a complicated story, but how did you end up in foster care? Well, I wasn't enforced to care initially. And most people don't understand the difference. You are awarded the state, and that means what it literally means. And I was basically governed by the Catholic Church inside a Catholic home for displaced unwanted or often children. And it was in a convent in upstate New York in peace skill. And my mother had given me away when I was a week old. I was a product of an affair. And she gave me a way to my biological father's sister. My aunt Domingo, everybody called him and I called it the I used to call her mommy. I thought she was my mother. And my mother came back out of nowhere when I was three turning four. And just said, I'm taking the baby. And just ripped me out of my aunt's arms and my cousins told me that she felt her knees and went into cardiac arrest. She survived, but she went into cardiac arrest. And my mother took me from my aunt's house in Brooklyn where I was a happy spoiled child. Despite the poverty we were living in, I didn't know we were poor..

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"perez" Discussed on Fresh Air

Fresh Air

05:51 min | 3 months ago

"perez" Discussed on Fresh Air

"This is fresh air. I'm Terry gross. My guest is the Emmy and Oscar nominated actor Rosie Perez. She started her performing career as a dancer. When she was 19, she was dancing at a club with her friends when a talent scout from soul train noticed her and invited her to dance on the show. She brought her style of hip hop dancing to soul train at a time before hip hop had entered the mainstream. She went on to be the choreographer for the fly girls, the dancers on the sketch comedy show in living color. She choreographed music videos for Bobby Brown Diana Ross and LL Cool J in 1988 when she was 24, Perez went to a nightclub and ended up getting in an argument with Spike Lee. He told her I've been looking for somebody who can yell at me and exactly that way. And he cast her as his girlfriend and do the right thing. Despite the success of the movie, Rosie Perez couldn't get an agent or a manager to take her seriously as an actress. But she pushed on something she's done her whole life, and was cast in white men can't jump, and Peter wears film fearless, which earned her a best supporting actress nomination. Perez had a rough childhood she had 9 siblings, her mother was intermittently jailed throughout her childhood and was diagnosed later in life as schizophrenic. When Perez was three years old, she was transferred to a Catholic foster home run by nuns, and was considered a ward of the state of New York until age 12. Rosie Perez currently stars in the HBO Max series the flight attendant, which is in its second season, later this month, you can see her in the Apple TV plus series now and then, as a police detective. Rosie Perez welcome to fresh air, it is a pleasure to have you on the show..

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"perez" Discussed on Dr. Drew Podcast

Dr. Drew Podcast

01:59 min | 8 months ago

"perez" Discussed on Dr. Drew Podcast

"Out. I'm a big CBD fan. I think they're very useful and they're very safe. My true ten dot com also press Hilton dot com for at the press Hilton everywhere. And hopefully I talked to you soon. You too, yes, I'd love to. Anytime. All right man, take care of yourself. Thank you. See you next time. For Colin times and topics, follow the show on Twitter at Dr. Drew podcast that's DR DR EW podcast, the music group today's episode can be found on the swinging sounds of the Dr. Drew podcast. Now available on iTunes. And while you're there, don't forget to rate the show. The Dr. Drew podcast is a corolla digital production and is produced by Chris lox amana and Gary Smith. For more information, go to Dr. Drew dot com. All conversation and information exchange during the participation in the doctor group podcast is intended for educational and entertainment purposes only. Do not confuse this with treatment or medical adviser direction. Nothing on these podcasts supplement or supersede the relationship interaction of your medical caretakers, although Dr. Drew is a licensed physician with specialty board certifications by the American board of internal medicine in the American board of addiction medicine. He is not functioning as a physician in this environment. The same applies to any professionals who may appear on the podcast or Dr. Drew dot com. In the U.S. Army, you can make a choice to make your Mark, with over a 150 fields to choose from, joined forces with us to take on anything. You know when you order a new video game, or a golf club, more blender. And then it arrives at your door. You get a little thrill. Imagine how much more thrilling it is when you order a new car. With Nissan at home, you can shop for the perfect ride and order it without ever having to go anywhere. Sure beat the golf club or a blender. Buy a new car entirely online with nis at home, deliver direct from dealer to driveway. Thrill starts here. Services may vary participating dealer subject to a clickable loser details..

"perez" Discussed on Dr. Drew Podcast

Dr. Drew Podcast

06:40 min | 8 months ago

"perez" Discussed on Dr. Drew Podcast

"All right, well, I'm having an emotional reaction. I'm feeling emotional talking to you, my friend. Well, that's good. I did it good. I love feeling things. I was watching in Adele interview yesterday. And somebody asked her when was the last time you cried? As if she doesn't cry that often. She's like, oh, I cry all the time. And I'm like, that's me too. I cry all the time. I literally cry every day. Every day. Have you always been like, where is that since you've been in therapy and getting in touch with everything? I think always, I'm just like a big empath, like not even just for myself, but like I was watching this video earlier today of this former NFL star beating the mother of his child, like just awful. And you know I got really emotional with that or like God last year during those never ending weeks where the entire country was in a social upheaval, you know, that was really hard on me too. Yeah, me too. I was just upset, set up, so I'm still upset. Yeah. So we've talked about your stories since Perez Hilton was invented. Tell us a little bit about where you grew up and how I grew up that kind of thing. I think I've heard before I heard you talk about it in a long time. Go ahead. I grew up in Miami, the son of two Cuban immigrants, and there's a reason I don't live in Miami anymore. It wasn't for me. I hope that things are different now for the younger generation. And it's not even just because I was gay and didn't feel accepted. If I was super macho and heterosexual, but when I was growing up there in the 80s and 90s, if I would have told my family that I wanted to be a sculptor, a professional sculptor, they would have not accepted that or encouraged it whatsoever. You know, I went, I was supposed to do what everybody else did. I went to this all boy Jesuit school that was a breeding ground for homogeneous, right? If you didn't become a doctor a lawyer, an engineer or a politician, you were a failure. You had to be a doctor a lawyer and engineer a politician. Maybe you could open up a car dealership and make money. And that would be acceptable as well. But if you wanted to be a sculptor, a painter, if you wanted to do something different outside of the norm that was not celebrated or encouraged, in fact, you were disappointed in you. And I just, you know, that's why I went to New York City for college. I went to NYU because it was the polar opposite of Miami, you know? I'm a little confused about I mean, I get the Jesuit school being a certain kind of environment, but Miami is a rich it has changed. I think it's a lot of stuff. Right? Art Basel is a wonderful thing and when I was growing up there, it was just Cubans. Oh my God. Only Cuban people. Then, over the years, there was a big wave of an exodus from Venezuela. A lot of Venezuelans ended up in Miami because the situation Venezuela's awful and other Latinos from all parts of the world moved to Miami as well and you know it's evolved and there's an art center now, but at least with the gays issue, you know, we are privileged to live in Los Angeles, but in marginalized communities, whether they be immigrant children, whether, you know, Latinos or Asian or Indian American or religious communities, like Mormon, the Mormon community, it's still really hard to be gay in 2021. Is it marginalized communities or immigrant communities or I would say or just minority communities, like the Mormons, you know, that's my minority community. They're not the predominant faith, but there's so many Mormons that struggle with their sexuality because they're it's programmed in them that being gay is bad. Do you see the book of Mormon? I did. It was super wild and fun. I love shows. I'm a show Queen. Just turned it off. Isn't that wasn't that they're soft, the song? Oh, there you go. Yeah, yeah. I forgot about it. All right, well, listen, my friend is great to talk to you. I always look forward to speaking with you. I feel like I don't know having a weird emotional reaction talking to you today. I don't know if you're more open from therapy or you've. We've grown up together. That was the word that came to my mind, 'cause you grew up in this amazing guy now and father and saying all these wonderful things that I hope will be an inspiration for other people. And I hope people take a look at themselves if you take an aim at people who whether it's Perez or Brittany or Lindsey or people that grow and become richer for their experience should be celebrated, not vilified for whatever, when they're in their shit, they were doing. I don't know, it's weird to me as somebody who works with people that do horrible stuff when they're in their addiction. Let's just call it what it is. And our unmitigated extraordinary people when they get sober when they get well. And what is it, judge not, yes, less GB judge, everybody. I think a little more of that might be in order these days. Well, so you're aware now. Where are you living? In Los Angeles. I mean, you look, it looks like very lost felice where they're looking at. You know, I'm by West Hollywood. That's Hollywood okay. Another lovely part of town. Well, listen, thanks for spending time with us. Go get the CBD. You want to talk specifically about what you've got there? I'm a CBD. Yeah. It's called my true ten dot com are gummies are different than most other ones. They're water soluble. It's ten milligrams of CBD. You know, the thing I've learned a lot about CBD and not all CBD is created equal. That is true. It's not regulated. You know, it's like the wild wild west. Some is great. And then some is really awful. And we have a satisfaction guarantee. So you have nothing to lose to try ours. 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"perez" Discussed on Dr. Drew Podcast

Dr. Drew Podcast

06:54 min | 8 months ago

"perez" Discussed on Dr. Drew Podcast

"But they've actually got out and study the immigrants and the children that succeed. And they have found this was a couple that were Yale law professors. He was Jewish immigrant and said she was Chinese immigrant descent. And in the classroom, they recognize features that were familiar to their own life. And it was all Mormons, Nigerians, Jews, and Chinese. That's where the group they ended up seeing in their classroom mostly. So they went and studied what was it about these groups, but were they telling their kids? One was, you have a special purpose. And you have a mission on behalf of everyone else. You have opportunities. We have to fulfill on behalf of everyone. Delay gratification delayed delay delay and the importance of education. That's it. And then that's all that's all hard. All of it's hard work messaging underneath all that, right? I mean, you went down. You went to him. But in addition to that, the hard work, like my mother lives with me, which is not all that uncommon in Latino communities. My grandparents also lived with me as well. And I brainwashed my children and I trained them. I tell them when you're older to leave a room for me in your house. For me, like I had for grandma, grandma has the guesthouse. Good. 'cause I want three guesthouses. Hop from house to house and be with all my kids and the grandchildren and just, you know, I used to be a little cynical about this when I was younger. My mother in her brain washing would always tell me, yeah, friends are good, friends are great, but there's nothing like family, family is the most important thing in life. And I always fought her on that and I didn't quite get it and understand it until I was older and I had children. So mom was right as moms often are. And also, you know, another thing that's very Latino a very Cuban of me is in my house with my kids, we only speak Spanish. That's their first language. Good for you. Oh, that's really important for me. Not just as a cultural thing, but also your doctor, you know, studies, time and time again, have shown that young children or children who speak more than one language, they actually literally have bigger brains. And they do better in school because of that and look and a that's a very important language in this country now. Number one number two to be bicultural bilingual I mean, that's the problem we get insular we get provincial. And if you're already have two perspectives going, you open to others. Seems to me. And my kids also speak a third language, which is music, you know, my son plays piano and ukulele and his sister plays piano and I wish I could have played an instrument growing up. I regret that. And I sort of, every once in awhile, I remind my mother that they would not I wanted to take piano and they said, no, because that's not for boys. That's what they said. Oh no. No. Well, I grew up in the 80s and 90s in Latino community. Macho religious. Yep. So I wasn't allowed to take piano. And now I'm a big gay that can't play piano. Look what they did. You gotta get that quote. No, can't find it. I can't find it, no. Maybe it was a retweet of a Ryan holiday tweet. I can tell you that. Yeah, but in probably markets for whatever. So it was essentially saying that your hobbling people by leading them to believe that luck is more important than hardware. But God, who said that? It was really it was a great quote. But I want to go back to the, oh, you got it now? I will in a moment. Okay. I want to go back to the young ladies. Brittany. What's your predictions there? She'll be pregnant before the year is over. Wow. She'll be pregnant before she even gets married. You know, she's engaged to her fiance. Know anything about this guy? Is there a good guide? Do we know? I definitely think he's a good guy. You know, he's been with her longer than even her ex-husband. Kevin better. Oh, good. They've been together. I believe 5 years. Oh, wow. You know, I think if it was, you know, she had also been engaged not maybe like a decade ago to that former agent, Jason trawick. This relationship lasted longer than that. Listen, do I think there's an aspect of him that might be in it for ulterior motives? Of course, is he probably using her? Yes. But I view it this way. Better for Britney to have somebody to give her comfort to hold her to make love to her than for her to be by herself, especially because she is so isolated. She's publicly said that she feels betrayed by her mother, her father, her sister, her brother. She has nobody accepts her children and even her children. She doesn't get to spend that much time with them because Kevin better line has 70% custody. Even though now, oh God, I don't want to speculate, but that is a little odd to me because her kids are 15 and 16 and I would imagine unless the judge says it's not safe, but I would imagine at 15 or 16, if you say, well, I want to spend 50% of my time with mom and 50% of my time with dad that a judge would say, okay. Not only would judge say okay, you would imagine that they would just start doing that. You know what I mean? Parents kind of okay with it. They kind of start doing that. So we don't know that they're not. Maybe they are. Maybe there's more time that we know. Hopefully, hopefully, but I did have a glimmer when I was watching them together. And I thought, you know, she has serious mental illness. And that's okay. A lot of people have that. And sometimes the spouse can really help keep them on track and glued together and aware of when they're things are going off the rail a bit. And if he has any knowledge or insight at all or at least educates himself and is willing to do that, serve that function. It could be really good for her. Yeah. And especially him who one of his main jobs for the last many years is working as a personal trainer. So being healthy is very important to him. And you know, I think a healthy influence is critical for Britney in her life. And Lindsey and by the way, what I kept saying too was like, you could walk two blocks over here and I can trade people in any conservatorships a lot more than Britney Spears and they don't get it and Brittany gets it. Come on, especially after all the money. Whatever it was, it was too long, too long..

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"perez" Discussed on Dr. Drew Podcast

Dr. Drew Podcast

01:52 min | 8 months ago

"perez" Discussed on Dr. Drew Podcast

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"perez" Discussed on Dr. Drew Podcast

Dr. Drew Podcast

05:08 min | 8 months ago

"perez" Discussed on Dr. Drew Podcast

"Pair of glasses. Exactly. You know, like we're talking about Britney Spears a lot. Even talking about, you know, recently, Jessica Simpson has been in the conversation. Lindsay Lohan's been in the conversation because she got a Netflix movie that she's filming and she's working again. And Paris Hilton has been in the conversation, getting married and being an advocate for victims of abuse and all of that. And they've all had massive changes. Yes. Every one of them. And are people giving them that credit? Yes. Thank you. I want to talk about each of them very quickly, because they all fascinate me because I used to write about them when they were problematic. And now I look at them and I'm like, I'm inspired. Good for them. I want people to grow and change and not be what they were. I don't want to keep people in a box. It's a weird to me that people want to do that. That says horrible things about the people that are doing that, frankly. It really does. And hopefully they can change too. Another thing I wanted to bring up is I didn't know you were Cuban. That's really interesting to me. Because I really got a lot of Cuban Friends. And most of them go way right in terms of their politics. I'm sure you see lots of that. And most of my family. Yeah, and they get very angry if you visit Cuba or buy a Cuban cigar or something which I also find. I'm not sure we got to move on and get things going here. What is your perspective as a Cuban American? How do you incorporate all that? I've never heard you speak about that. I mean, it's in my DNA. Everything that is Perez is because of that. You know, I say this all the time, were it not for my parents, both of them being Cuban immigrants and that immigrant mentality that brainwashing of me from as early as I could remember to instill the hyper importance of hard work have to occur in immigrant family, too, yeah. Yeah. You have to get good grades. I expect only a's from you, all of that. It really helped me because at the end of the day, you know, over the last 17 years, so many things change always. You know, we talked about all these celebrities that change. And the world that I live in changes, you know, social media changes the Internet apps, all of that, but a lot of things stay the same. And one of that is that you can get viral quickly. You can achieve success in a short amount of time if you get lucky. But the thing that remains the same also is you will not be able to sustain success without an incredible work ethic. And actually worth having been under attack from the last 5 or ten years with the people who are like, oh, it's just lock. It's just like, or it's white privilege, or Cuban privilege, whatever. You know what I mean? It's because you are the so Brown into the family you're born into it. The work part, I saw a quote from, I tweeted it. Maybe you could find it for me. I think it was Nietzsche about what it does to people. If you reverse the importance of hard work, aerial find a second, but keep going. Sorry. Going back to like, I really am an addict. And I have been my whole life, and I just thank God that drugs and alcohol were never my addiction. You know, it's been food. And I still like I've never been to therapy for it, but I'm in recovery now. I think I have a good grasp on what it means to be healthy what I have to do. I have, you know, basic shit, eat healthy, and exercise. Basic shit. Yeah, exactly. But also like, I'm addicted to work. Me too. In an unhealthy way. Yeah, yes. But what you know, you're aware of it when you have kids. That's when you really notice. Gary, what's the quote? The surest way to corrupt a youth is to instruct him to hold in higher esteem, those who think alike than those who think differently. No, that's the nature quote, but there is a different one. There's something about. Impairing people by teaching them that hard work doesn't matter or something. It was something of that order. It was around the same time. I did the nature quote. This podcast is sponsored by better help online therapy. We talk a lot about better help. On this show, in this month, we're talking about stigmas around mental health, something I care a great deal about and talk a lot about. And perhaps people think that therapies for people that are really crazy or have real serious mental health problems, but it doesn't mean something necessarily wrong with you. It means you have something to work on, much the way you would see a physical therapist for a joint or exercise to train your muscles. We have a brain and the brain can use treatments that help us. That's right, and they shouldn't be stigmatized. I think though some of the reasons people feel uncomfortable is they're afraid of who they're going to run into in the waiting room. They don't like that sitting around..

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"perez" Discussed on Dr. Drew Podcast

Dr. Drew Podcast

09:15 min | 8 months ago

"perez" Discussed on Dr. Drew Podcast

"TV, we appreciate that. Today I want to get right to my guest. It is none other than Perez Hilton. Amongst other things, he has a podcast, the Hilton podcast with Chris Booker, available on Apple podcast, Spotify, YouTube, cast one. You can, of course, find Perez's YouTube channel press Hilton. Twitter and Instagram at the paras Hilton and website press Hilton dot com. And of course, Perez, your gummies, my true tan, my true ten got dot com for those gummy CBD gummy prayer they are. Welcome. Good to see you, my friend. Before we start, you know, I am such a Family Guy. I live with my mother, my kids are everything. And I'm busy, you're busy. Things come into our feed in our lives, but I've noticed that you've been doing things with your daughter, which I think is awesome. We're doing with your daughter, some Booker. Yeah. Project. We wrote a book. They came to me just pre COVID and they wanted to do a book about consent because they, for young adults and teens, they realized they were all super confused in the sort of me too era. How do you get consent? What do you do? What's right, what give me some guidelines? And I said, you know, great. I love the idea, but you need a young person in this conversation. Dude, old gray hair white dude, talking about consent to 19 year old, not going to work. I mean, I've got things to tell them, but it's just not going to work unless I have a conduit. And I said, you know, my daughters are Columbia train writer, we should just get her involved. She's very woke and she's an ultra feminist and has all these ideas that I have great respect for, but they're very different than mine. And we got together and we wrote this book. It's out. Yeah, it's called. It doesn't have to be awkward. It's been a few weeks. It's doing very well. If you have kids, a teenage kids, a young adult kid just throw it on your table, it'll help. Trust me, we try to think of everything. So you described your daughter as ultra wow. Ultra woke. That would terrify me. Have a daughter's ultra woke? Well, first of all, whatever your kids are, they're gonna be not you. You know what I mean? Whatever it is, prepare yourself. And what I really one of the great joys in that project, in addition to spending more time with her and hanging out and stuff was that I got to understand her point of view more clearly, I ended up admiring it and not agreeing with it. You can admire somebody's point of view. I thought this is a lesson of how our country should look at things. You can appreciate your father and daughter, so that's a little different. It is a little different, but we could even conflict more about it for that reason, right? Instead of conflicting, I thought, oh, I get what she's saying. I really get her point of view. I don't really agree with it, but I admire the thoroughness of her thinking in it, you know. I definitely wish that all of us, not even in America, where I feel like it's the worst, but all over the world, people could learn to disagree better because I want to mention it. Just repulsion all over my body when I talk about cancel culture. But the thing about cancel culture that I've observed is that for some people, they've turned it into sport. It's just another form of entertainment. Yeah. And Nick Cannon got, quote, canceled last year, but things turned around for him and he got his job back at MTV. And he said this term that really resonated with me. He said, counsel culture. Not anti soul culture. But people, you know, they don't want to give others grace. But nobody's perfect. Nobody is perfect. Well, those that sit on high and judge the rest get this sense of feeling that they are or something. I don't know. See, I think we've become sort of histrionic that we've gone from narcissism to histrionic and the on both sides. All the extremes on both sides. A 100%. A 100%. And most of us are kind of in the middle compared to what's going on on both extremes, right? And we're not being well represented and the people on the extremes are yielding their aggression dangerously. And the reason I bring on the histrionic phenomenon is that people with histrionic features become delusional. They believe their point of view is just begs no alternative. And they're just rigid with it. And delusional is not a healthy thing. It's the opposite of dealing with reality and reality's term. I learned a new term that the young kids are using the lingo. Yeah. I literally only learned this yesterday and you just basically talked about it. Young kids like teenagers or 20 somethings are using this term called main character syndrome. Oh, tell me about that. It basically, you know, you think you're the center of the universe and you're just another way of saying douchebag, you know? No, but it's more powerful than that. It's more powerful. Yeah. I think about like a computer game, like a computer game where you're the main character because nothing else really exist, except you, the main character. Yeah. I started that because this video went viral on Twitter of this gay guy who was like a muscle jog at a club and he was having a friend film him while he ate pizza at a club, right? Yes. He's like, having a friend filmed him while he had a club and then this other guy just walks by him so the muscle jock eating pizza gave the other guy like the stank face. Excuse me. And then he had, this is why he has main character syndrome because he thought he was being funny and that muscle jock uploaded that on Twitter and it went viral and he got roasted. I don't like that. I like that he has to suffer for it, but I also don't like the main character, senator. Well, nobody better than you to help me understand something. How do we get here? You've been engaged in the digital world all along here because the Internet and social media and I know this firsthand, it rewards the extreme rewards and not even the Internet or social media, even before that newspapers the nightly news TV and the ratings. It rewards the extreme, the shocking, the taboo, the sexual and I was chatting with somebody in the political world recently and talking about trolling in that space because I would like to think and hope that somebody like a Candice Owens is just trolling a lot of the time and saying what she thinks people expect her to say and she doesn't believe half the shit she says. But she says it because at the end of the day, you know, it's all about money, however, not everybody's as lucky as Candace Owens or you or I who can get paid to do this. Yeah. And then but the people that are doing it for free, it's like an addiction as well. And I experienced that also because when you're putting up a witty tweet or when you put up something on Instagram or whatever, we know this. We talk about this. It is like a drug and you release all these chemicals in your brain the endorphins and you want that high and you know, this is why. My own horn for a second. What do you do? I am always honest, not just about celebrities, but also about myself. And I've matured I've evolved. I'm a more empathetic person, but if I weren't me, I don't know if I would give myself empathy or grace. I take full accountability for the ways that I used to behave and everybody's opinion of me is valid. But even though I say now, you know, I felt like I was a full blown addict back in the day and attention was my addiction. But when I was being awful, I could not and can not and will not claim ignorance because I knew in the moment what I was doing was wrong and I did it anyways. Let's break that down a little bit because that's the way addiction works, right? Having awareness that their life is falling apart that they're doing it, and then they go forward. And once they take the drug, everything's okay again. So I'm imagining you've got sort of a relief with each post, right? Each time you got the attention from the post, that was the drug. It was a mind fuck because I knew what I was doing was wrong..

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"perez" Discussed on Poetry Unbound

Poetry Unbound

03:50 min | 8 months ago

"perez" Discussed on Poetry Unbound

"Rings of fire by Craig Santos Perez, Honolulu, Hawaii. We host our daughter's first birthday party during the hottest April and history. Outside my dad grylls meet over charcoal, inside my mom's team's rice and roast vegetables. They've traveled from California where drought carved trees into tender, Paradise is burning. When our daughter's first fever spiked, the doctor said, it's a sign she's fighting infection. Bloodshed surges with global temperatures, which know no borders. If her fever doesn't break the doctor continued, take her to the emergency room. Air strikes detonate hospitals in Yemen, Iraq, Afghanistan, South Sudan. When she crowned my wife said it felt like rings of fire. Volcanos erupt along Pacific fault lines sweltering heat waves scorch Australia forests in Indonesia are raised for palm oil plantations. Their ashes flock, like ghost birds to our distant rib cages. Still, I crave an unfiltered cigarette, even though I quit years ago and my breath no longer smells like my ground paws overflowing ashtray. His parched cough still punctures the black lungs of cancer and denial. If she struggles to breathe, the doctor advised, give her an asthma inhaler. But tonight we sing happy birthday and blow out the candles together. Smoke, trembles,.

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'Stop the show!' Houston concertgoers describe chaos

AP News Radio

00:45 sec | 9 months ago

'Stop the show!' Houston concertgoers describe chaos

"Travis Scott concert goers say they were shocked to witness how the event route into pandemonium that left at least eight people dead Friday night those attending the rap concert paint a picture of too many people too little space not enough security once the show starts everybody pushes or mosh pits opened up there just wasn't enough security telling people to like you know push bike back there was just a look a bunch of people lying down on the floor on top of each other that was Joshua Robinson Georgia Rosen Kevin Perez who also say paramedics tried to reach the injured and like they can't get nowhere because he just kept pouring an estimated fifty thousand people were there officials are investigating Scott is cooperating and tweeted his condolences I'm Julie Walker

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Dr. Jeff Barke: It's Easier to Call in a Prescription for Oxycontin Than Ivermectin

America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

01:44 min | 11 months ago

Dr. Jeff Barke: It's Easier to Call in a Prescription for Oxycontin Than Ivermectin

"Let's stay here for a second. So i for my sins. I spent Oh my gosh. Almost thirty years in academia prior to joining the Trump administration i. I hate being called an academic But pay reviews was the big deal. Pablo perez was was the choice of The the expression for those inside of academia Peer review dr balki. It's a joke. I mean it's it's a mutual masturbation society isn't it because you're being reviewed by your body's and therefore it's just a collective group think exercise. This isn't unbiased review. By people who have no vested interests these people have viewpoints. They wanna protect and like crazy. That i mean in theory. It makes sense it sort of like a a trial by your peers Theory in theory but what happens at these journals is that they're all like minded people and up. An article comes through. That is a positive article about ivermectin. They're not even gonna look at it. Let alone review it and so it's almost impossible to get publish. Some of these articles that are critical of karma and critical of vaccines. And so yes. You're right it's a you know it. It saddens me to say but these journals and healthcare agencies have become political in nature and they shouldn't be because when that happens what it's it's patients that suffer and so the science has been corrupted. Patients are being injured as a result and listen every single day now when i call in prescriptions for patients as it relates to cove it. It is literally easier for me to call in a prescription for oxycontin than it is for either

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Kansas City Royals' Salvador Perez Ties Johnny Bench's HR Record for Catchers

Baseball Tonight with Buster Olney

00:53 sec | 11 months ago

Kansas City Royals' Salvador Perez Ties Johnny Bench's HR Record for Catchers

"Oakland trying to hang on in the wild card race face. The royals yesterday. The biggest moment of the game actually came from member the royals blackburn come set at the belt. Brings it home. I ball deep left center. The wind will push it to the wall and con salvador perez home run members forty five and no pun intended good that is a benchmark homerun because he was one game behind hall of fame. Catcher johnny bench for most home runs in a season. Danny matthews that call one home run behind johnny bench. She's now tied with johnny bench. Forty five home runs for catcher in a season. He obviously is going to break that record. The question now is whether or not he's gonna reach fifty

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Royals' Perez Ties Bench's HR Mark With 45th in Loss to A's

AP News Radio

00:32 sec | 11 months ago

Royals' Perez Ties Bench's HR Mark With 45th in Loss to A's

"Chad Pinder furnished a two run single while the athletic scored four times in the third inning of a seven to win at Kansas city the ace had just two hits in the third inning and only one while scoring three in the ninth Josh Harrison was four for five with two RBIs and two runs scored Paul Blackburn allowed six hits over five innings including a two run Homer by Salvador Perez in the first press has forty five home runs tying Johnny bench for the most by anyone playing at least seventy five percent of his games behind the plate the outcome puts the ETS within three games of a wild card slot I'm Dave Ferrie

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El Salvador Leads World in Adopting Bitcoin as Official Currency

WSJ Tech News Briefing

01:32 min | 1 year ago

El Salvador Leads World in Adopting Bitcoin as Official Currency

"Salvador is one of the poorest countries in the western hemisphere and relies heavily on remittances payments setback from workers in the united states since two thousand and one el salvador has used the us dollar after ditched its local currency the cologne. The country is not known for leading the world in financial innovation. But on tuesday it's set to become the first nation in the world to accept bitcoin as a national currency. The move has been celebrated by bitcoin fans across the globe but on the ground. The reaction has been different with protests and popping up in the capital. San salvador are deputy editor for latin america. Santiago perez recently visited the country to find out how the government plans to make this transition work. And why it's taken this bold move and he joins us now to discuss high santiago. Hello how are you today. I'm doing well This seems like a pretty big deal. El salvador is a country of more than six million people. Starting today. it's going to be the first in the world to accept bitcoin as legal currency. How is that going to work well to start this giant step for the evolution of bitcoin. So it is quite remarkable that such a tiny country embarking such experiment so as of september seventh of others. We'll have the option to either pay for services with us dollars which that became the national currency almost two decades ago or they can use bitcoin for

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Dutch GP Qualifying Report

The Autosport Podcast

02:07 min | 1 year ago

Dutch GP Qualifying Report

"Stop taking pole position at the dutch grand prix it to the absolute delight of the sea of oranges the grandstands the red bull driver was until form throughout the day showing absolutely blistering pace and he did not let up. When it came to qualifying he will start alongside title rival hamilton. He came close just under four hundreds of max but he couldn't quite take that pole position. Teammate voucher brought us will be starting p. Three tomorrow ahead of goslett who was on fantastic form once again and secured a p four start. Charlotte cloud will lead an ferrari. Thaad right after pipping teammate. By just one hundredth of a second a strong performance from ferrari especially from the team humanity repack hall assigns call after a big shunt in f. p. Three antonucci of nazi was a standout performer of qualifying securing a piece. Seven any six hundred behind la. Mp five after solid showing from the affirmation driver throughout today's session. Meanwhile there was no can be rocketing on track today. Often news break this morning that he tested positive for cave in nineteen as a result wrote cubit place winding up p eighteen equally. The app came in p. a. m. p. nine with daniel ricardo rounding out the top ten on while the was several standup performances. Today that will also some shocks notably the elimination of sergio perez and sebastian vessel in q. One traffic caused issues for both drivers with such a missing the kochav seven hundreds behind sonoda on winding up sixteen. Sebastian vessel found himself stuck behind the house. 'cause of nikki to massive pain and makes you mce forcing best to abort his flying lap. The hospital was summoned to the stuarts. But knife i've action was taken off the stewards deemed. It was not unnecessary. Impeding with vessel reportedly also explaining to the students that were just too many calls in one place. We had to red flags in the session. Both as a result of incidents involving the williams drivers fastly in q. To george russell suffered from snack of either. Stay on the entry into the final corner ending up in the barrios. The red flag was bored out but he was able to get the car back to the pits but with sadly unable to rejoin the session. So ended up eleven.

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Merrifield Has 3 RBIs, Perez Homers as KC Downs Astros 7-1

AP News Radio

00:29 sec | 1 year ago

Merrifield Has 3 RBIs, Perez Homers as KC Downs Astros 7-1

"Daniel Lynch allowed one run over five innings as the Kansas City Royals won for the fourth straight game beating the Houston Astros seven to one Lynch left the game with a two one lead but the Astros had two on with nobody out in the sixth to mingle Tapia entered the game many worked out at the gym Kansas city's bullpen did not allow a run in four innings and the Royals scored two runs in the seventh and three runs in the eighth to pull away with merry fielded Emmanuel Rivera finished with three hits for Kansas city Adam schooling Houston

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"perez" Discussed on Reinvention Radio

Reinvention Radio

05:31 min | 1 year ago

"perez" Discussed on Reinvention Radio

"I'm an entrepreneur on a lot of companies in the real estate space but have branched out these last few years in some other sectors to but really what i am as a collaborator i love collaborating. I love partnerships. i love creating win win scenario. So that's really the world that That i try to live in world. That i try to bring to my kids as a dad is a is a teach them how to how to create great relationships how to lean into the people in their lives instead of valuing things to value relationships and how to create win win scenarios and that sometimes that means win win scenarios with with me and mommy you know. 'cause they're seven and three years old and sometimes that means win win scenarios at dinnertime and get enough food down there down their throats or whatever it is right but i'm teaching them those things and that's the way i tried to approach business. So steve i see you as a great collaborator and somebody who brings people together. That's the kind of collaborative spirit. That i want to bring to my children. I want to teach them because all the best things in my life definitely come through. People come through the relationships in my life family friends business partners people like the people on the stage. So i appreciate you for that. And that's what i wanna pass onto them. One hundred percent any questions for peres while we have him here. And then we'll get over to shape or a quick intro. Oh man so many questions van. He's is a layered guy and i didn't. I don't know him as a dad. Right so i love seeing this other side of him. I didn't hear that interview. Where we're steve. apparently you. You guys went into that. I'm definitely going to be checking into that but But you know just hearing you talk about perez all the things. You're doing to to make sure that you are what you need to be for them. Right and to make sure you're raising good humans and at the end of the day i think that's what makes a good dads relatable to each other. We'll have different views. We all come from different places. We all bring different gifts to the table but at the end of the day. That's the one thing that we can all agree on so my question to you is. You obviously are working hard at this. You have some natural skills and talents as a dead. And i'm sure you have some natural deficits. What have you had to work on the most to be what you need to be for your kids. And i know it's always a work in progress like all of us right but what what was what may be came naturally and then what did you have to really work at and are working at daily.

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"perez" Discussed on The PHP: Perez Hilton Podcast

The PHP: Perez Hilton Podcast

03:35 min | 3 years ago

"perez" Discussed on The PHP: Perez Hilton Podcast

"Chris Booker Fokker braving only famous Paranthan reg. Reg. AB Perez Hilton. Beat the guys. Welcome to the show Booker. He's for as they don't I'm ready for the weekend, man. Oh, what an exhausting week. It's been my napping is okay, a mapping. But I've just been doing more like I had to go to this reading river, staged reading that I agreed to do because I have executive issues and I thought, well, if I get asked to do a reading I don't want to say, no. Because it can be good for my career, blah, blah, blah, blah, and I went I did it. And I also went to go see Daito concert, and I loved Idaho. And even though she didn't go on till nine pm, and part of me hated the fact that I was going out a concert during the week. So late at night, I still did it and I went a meeting this girl that I met off of YouTube. That'll be interesting for one you're going to date her. No, I discovered her, and I thought it was really funny. And then I said, you know, if you ever want to collaborate, I'm. I'm down to make a video with you. And then she crowd sourced and was able to get people to pay for her to come out to Los Angeles and make a video with Mazo really. Yeah. Really? Wow. That's pretty crazy. Who'll is the Snyder check her out on YouTube. I've done with my sister drama, thankfully, we've moved past it. I mentioned towards the end of the podcast last week. Her husband, even reached out to me, and was very nice and brought along text message 'cause I've, I was feeling better, but, you know, I was not feeling so good recently, I've moved on now to mom drama. Okay. What did you do? I did what I had every right to do as a parent. So my son had this operation recently. And I mentioned that publicly, but I never said what the procedure was what the operation was what he had done. And my mom was upset by that because she had friends and even some relatives in Miami reach out to her, and not me asking her up ration-, my son had, and she asked me, what she wanted me to tell them, and I said, just say that I'm not telling people, and then she got really angry majors. Like you can't do that. You can't tell people that he had an operation and not tell them exactly. That's what I actually on your son. You know, you brought up your son and his surgery never once of I asked, it's not my goddamn business. If you wanna tell me you'll tell me, I get the part of your job is that you talk about some of the. In your life. And if you wanna put parameters restraints on how far you go. That's your business. I've never asked you. I've never personally even reached out, I'm concerned. But if you wanted to tell me, you tell me, so I'm kind of on your side, xactly, and, you know, I don't think it's rude or mean or disrespectful or anything to family, just they want to know they can ask, they could ask me, they can ask they can ask her did, I don't get what she's upset about the fact that you just didn't I told her not to tell them. I don't agree with that, if their family than they should know if you're out there putting it on the internet. They have every right to ask a maybe confuse the fact that I might be because I told her not to tell them the specific type of surgery..

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"perez" Discussed on The PHP: Perez Hilton Podcast

The PHP: Perez Hilton Podcast

02:31 min | 3 years ago

"perez" Discussed on The PHP: Perez Hilton Podcast

"That's Perez are easy, right? We haven't really spoken about Donald Trump in a while just before the podcast that Mueller investigation results were made public while while blah on. I mean, I think it was a waste of money. Several people were indicted as. A result of that crimes were uncovered. So I mean, maybe it wasn't worth twenty five million dollars. Right. Seems like a colossal waste of government money, but they spend money on other things that are colossal waste as well. So like building that wall. Speaking of Donald. His his friend Robert Kraft has apologized for his involvement in that prostitution scandal. Actually, he apologized but didn't admit any wrongdoing, which was very interesting, and his lawyers still, of course, trying to get them out of it saying that that evidence was obtained illegally, blah, blah, blah, blah in other patriots news, rob gronkowski gronk retired today. Oh, wow. He did why nine years in the NFL. That's a long time to play in that position. He's a tight end. And it's a very it's a hard position. It's hard on your body. And you know, maybe he wanted to get out while the getting's good. You know, he's made a lot of money. He's going to have endorsements forever. And he'll have a career after this. He's a very Chris Matic guy. So the gronk is out. But frigging Tom Brady's still in. Well, he's a quarterback. No one's allowed to touch quarterbacks in the NFL anymore. You're not barely. I mean. If you sneeze on them. You get a penalty now. Yeah. You can barely. Touch a quarterback anymore. Quarterbacks are gonna end up playing till they're fifty now because if they could still throw they're still going to be playing. Well, I didn't know that you got all those fines. That's interesting. Well, you know, if that Robert Kraft, dude, just had some wool more play in his hat. Is. In trouble. Sure. Best segue yet. Thank you. I really mean it because more play makes your life so much better. Whether you're a single person or in a relationship with more play is going to enhance your sexual experience infinitely, womb more play is the best lube on the planet. It all natural made from organic coconut oil vanilla essence, beeswax and stevia..

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