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James Daly, Joe Rodriguez And TSA discussed on AP News Radio

AP News Radio

00:51 sec | Last week

James Daly, Joe Rodriguez And TSA discussed on AP News Radio

"The turkey trot is starting earlier this year and costing more, with experts predicting Thanksgiving travel crowds to rival those of 2019, the year before the pandemic. Triple-A predicts nearly 55 million people will travel for Thanksgiving. That's only 2% less than in 2019. James Daly's family is flying earlier in the week to save money. The country's low concerning, but that's life, you know? And we still got to spend time with the family and people because that's more important than just things. Airlines and the TSA say they're ready for the crowds, but Joe Rodriguez is saving by not flying. They wanted it like $300 for a one way and I was like, oh, that's too much. And I found out the Amtrak, only $42. In addition to planes and trains, there's automobiles. Despite higher gas prices, triple-A forecasts almost 49 million people will drive. I'm Julie Walker

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Travelers weigh travel cost for family visits

AP News Radio

00:51 sec | Last week

Travelers weigh travel cost for family visits

"The turkey trot is starting earlier this year and costing more with experts predicting Thanksgiving travel crowds to rival those of 2019 the year before the pandemic Triple-A predicts nearly 55 million people will travel for Thanksgiving That's only 2% less than in 2019 James Daly's family is flying earlier in the week to save money The country's low concerning but that's life you know And we still got to spend time with the family and people because that's more important than just things Airlines and the TSA say they're ready for the crowds but Joe Rodriguez is saving by not flying They wanted it like $300 for a one way and I was like oh that's too much And I found out the Amtrak only $42 In addition to planes and trains there's automobiles Despite higher gas prices triple-A forecasts almost 49 million people will drive I'm Julie Walker

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Lehkonen's OT goal lifts Avalanche past Hurricanes 3-2

AP News Radio

00:30 sec | Last week

Lehkonen's OT goal lifts Avalanche past Hurricanes 3-2

"The avalanche pulled out a three two win over the hurricanes on a goal by arturi lechon in one 55 into overtime The abs wasted a pair of leads and one despite being outshot 48 15 Pavel Franco kept Colorado in the game with 46 saves Evan Rodriguez and Alex newhook also scored in the abs 5th victory in 6 games Martinez tied the game midway through the third period and assisted on Sebastian aho's goal but Carolina fell for the fourth time in 6 games The gains were zero for four on the power play I'm Dave fairy

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UN votes overwhelmingly to condemn US embargo of Cuba

AP News Radio

00:56 sec | 3 weeks ago

UN votes overwhelmingly to condemn US embargo of Cuba

"The UN General Assembly voted on Thursday to overwhelmingly condemn the United States embargo on Cuba On a giant screen set up outside a Havana university building students watched a vote as well as a speech by Cuban foreign minister Bruno Rodriguez denouncing the embargo Next the results come in a majority wanting the blockade gone One student says it affects us internally as a country and hinders our health education and economy Cuban government official Joanna tablada says this is a victory for the people of Cuba for their resistance and capacity to reinvent themselves and to fight for their dream of social justice and freedom General Assembly resolutions are not legally binding and are unenforceable but the annual vote provides Cuba a platform for which to highlight the continued isolation of the U.S. I'm Charles De Ledesma

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Hyatt's 2 TDs lead No. 3 Tennessee over No. 19 Kentucky 44-6

AP News Radio

00:37 sec | Last month

Hyatt's 2 TDs lead No. 3 Tennessee over No. 19 Kentucky 44-6

"Head in hooker threw for three scores and third ranked Tennessee shutout Kentucky over the final three quarters of a 44 6 route of the 19th ranked wildcats Hooker was 19 of 25 for 245 yards and no interceptions for the 8 novels Two of his scoring passes went to Jalen Hyatt who had 5 catches for 138 yards I really believe this is our game plan you know what we seen from their defense you know what their tendencies is and we capitalize on that tonight We'll levis completed 16 of 27 passes but for just 98 yards no touchdowns and three interceptions Chris Rodriguez ran for Kentucky's lone score I'm Dave ferry

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Rodrigues, Georgiev lead Avalanche past Rangers, 3-2 in SO

AP News Radio

00:39 sec | Last month

Rodrigues, Georgiev lead Avalanche past Rangers, 3-2 in SO

"The Colorado avalanche won a goal tend to duel of ex teammates with a three two shootout win over the rangers Alexander Giorgio playing his first game back at Madison Square Garden made 44 saves plus three more in the shootout to beat Igor shish turkey to stop 42 shots along with another two in the shootout It doesn't get much better than type shoot out where And the building the building is awesome brought a lot of good memories But for me it was just playing the game and letting it come to you Kevin Rodriguez scored the decisive goal in round four of the shootout The avalanche twice had one goal leads and tallies by Valerie nachos and Logan O'Connor But the rangers answer with goals by Barclay goodrow and Adam Fox Tom Arian New York

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How Young Is Too Young for Gender Transition?

Dennis Prager Podcasts

01:19 min | Last month

How Young Is Too Young for Gender Transition?

"That's the opening. How mommy Horowitz and the very young transitioning has gathered a lot of support from the left. But how young is too young? Let's find out. So you see the video if you're watching the show. Little anti Rodriguez is a 5 year old girl of color, and she wants to transition, but her bad parents won't let her. Would you guys want to sign a support for? Sure. Thank you. Little Annie Rodriguez is a 5 year old girl of color, and she wants a transition. And her parents aren't letting her. And we're trying a petition of support for her. Yeah, that was fun. Thank you. At 5, she has a right to be who she wants to be, correct? I agree. Yeah, I think she knows what she is. Right. I think she's a developed fully developed, not to realize that her parents think that she can make that kind of decision, and we think she can. And I think she's ready to make a decision like that. Okay. Thank you. If you're coming up to people and during a pandemic, I think you should at least be wearing masks. But for little Annie Rodriguez. Wait, hold on. That was a highlight. If you're coming, this was done in April. It could be a very for all. Sometimes sometimes this is 2022. If you're coming to Pete, this is outdoors. And this girl says, if you're coming to people in the middle of a pandemic, you should be wearing a mask.

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Rodríguez leaves with back tightness, Mariners beat A’s 9-5

AP News Radio

00:31 sec | 2 months ago

Rodríguez leaves with back tightness, Mariners beat A’s 9-5

"The Mariners avoided a three game sweep by scoring the last 6 runs in a 9 5 downing of the a's But Mariners outfielder Julio Rodriguez left the game with lower back tightness after doubling and scoring in the first inning Jared kalmyk moved from left to center and provided a Homer and a double in his first game since being recalled from triple-A Tacoma Adam Frazier was two for four with two RBIs for the Mariners who began the day four games ahead of the Orioles for the final AL wild card Ace catcher Steven vogt had a basis load of triple hours after announcing he retired after the season I'm Dave fairy

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Rodríguez makes more history as Mariners top Padres 6-1

AP News Radio

00:34 sec | 2 months ago

Rodríguez makes more history as Mariners top Padres 6-1

"Julio Rodriguez belted one of the Mariners three home runs in a 6 one downing of the Padres Rodriguez smacked his fourth leadoff Homer of the season to set the tone He swiped second during the game making him the third rookie in league history with at least 25 steals in 25 home runs I don't see myself as a root guy I see myself as a player like anybody else And I'm just happy that I'm being able to deliver for the team many times Winning pitcher Luis Castillo scattered four hits over 6 scoreless innings He's three and one with a 2.37 ERA and 60 strikeouts in 8 starts since joining the ems I'm Dave ferry

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Albert Pujols slams career homer No. 697 in Cardinals' victory vs. Pirates

AP News Radio

00:25 sec | 2 months ago

Albert Pujols slams career homer No. 697 in Cardinals' victory vs. Pirates

"Albert Pujols at career home run 6 96 as the Cardinals rallied to beat the pirates 7 5 pul host's long ball moves him into fourth place on baseball's all time home run list tying him with Alex Rodriguez He continues to inch closer to 700 homers in his final season 21 years ago weighing on make the book club that wasn't something I always chasing him 22 years later I don't think I'm gonna change my approach I think I'm gonna let things happen

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Mariners hand Tigers 18th shutout loss, complete sweep

AP News Radio

00:35 sec | 3 months ago

Mariners hand Tigers 18th shutout loss, complete sweep

"Logan Gilbert picked up his 11th win and the Mariners completed a three game sweep by slamming the tigers 7 zero Gilbert allowed two hits and a walk while striking out 9 over 6 innings I felt like I was getting into good parts of the zone too which is the key and then from there it's just kind of reading their swings You don't want to adjust too late if they're starting to adjust to you but it's working you just keep rolling with it Julio Rodriguez and ty France hit back to back homers in the third inning France and Kirk kasali each had two RBIs as the M's one for the 6th time at 7 games The outcome puts the Mariners in a virtual tie with the rays for the first AL wild card at 15 games over 500 I'm Dave ferry

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Reyes, Hoerner help Cubs beat Blue Jays 7-5, avoid sweep

AP News Radio

00:34 sec | 3 months ago

Reyes, Hoerner help Cubs beat Blue Jays 7-5, avoid sweep

"Zach McKinsey had two hits and friendville Reyes belted a solo home run as the Chicago Cubs down the Blue Jays 7 5 at roger center McKinsey's triple part of a three run four hit third off starter and losing pitcher Mitch white while reya's 13th home run of the season came off white in the 5th The first to about he drove me a lot of sliders away But you can notice that the second page was middle in Toronto got a three run home run from Alejandro Kirk and a two run shot from Kevin BGO and will Rodriguez one and out of the pen while Rowan wick picked up his 9th save John leathery to run

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Kirby starts with record 24 straight strikes; Nats top M's

AP News Radio

00:33 sec | 3 months ago

Kirby starts with record 24 straight strikes; Nats top M's

"George Kirby's early accuracy couldn't stop the Mariners from absorbing a three one loss to the nationals Kirby became the first major league hurler to open a game with 24 consecutive strikes I wasn't scared to put it on the plate too Just strikes good things happen usually He allowed a run in 8 hits while striking out 9 over 7 innings but he left the game trailing one zero El tomorrow Vargas broke a one one tie with a two out two run Homer in the 9th off loser Paul C Walt It came in inning after rookie Julio Rodriguez belted his 20th home run I'm Dave fairy

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Julio Rodriguez returns to lineup, Mariners beat Rangers

AP News Radio

00:31 sec | 3 months ago

Julio Rodriguez returns to lineup, Mariners beat Rangers

"The Mariners took over the first AL wild card position with a 6 two downing of the rangers Star rookie Julio Rodriguez got two hits in his return to the Seattle lineup including a tie breaking single with the bases loaded Rodriguez missed 11 straight games with a wrist injury A eugenio Suarez added a two run double in the 9th to close the scoring George Kirby improved to four and three allowing two runs and 7 hits over 5 and two thirds Taylor Hearn took the loss The outcome puts the M's a half game ahead of the Blue Jays in the wild card race I'm Dave fairy

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Rodríguez HR again, 3-run shot in 7th, Mariners sweep Texas

AP News Radio

00:32 sec | 4 months ago

Rodríguez HR again, 3-run shot in 7th, Mariners sweep Texas

"The Mariners polished off a three game sweep by topping the rangers four to two Rookie Julio Rodriguez provided the big blow A go ahead three run Homer in the 7th inning I feel like he's trying to keep a simple as I can not the right thing too much of those situations right there I just kind of like go with the flow and just get back as simple as I can not make the situation bigger than what it actually is When he pitcher Marco Gonzalez carried to no hitter into the 5th inning He allowed four hits and two runs over 7 frames The Mariners are 11 and two versus the rangers this season I'm Dave fairy

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Juan Soto overcomes JRod, contract talk to win HR Derby

AP News Radio

00:33 sec | 4 months ago

Juan Soto overcomes JRod, contract talk to win HR Derby

"Juan Soto of the nationals defeated a field of 8 of the game's top sluggers to win the home run Derby It feels great Is another thing that I add like you say to my traffic case and I'm going to have it there forever Soto out homered Mariners rookie Julio Rodriguez in the finals Soto also bashed the longest Homer of the competition measured at 482 feet Two time reigning champion Pete Alonso of the mets was eliminated in the semifinal round Mark Myers Los Angeles

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The latest in sports

AP News Radio

02:00 min | 4 months ago

The latest in sports

"AP sports I'm Bruce Morton Major League Baseball has a new home run Derby champ Mark Myers reports from Los Angeles Juan Soto of the nationals defeated a field of 8 of the game's top sluggers to win the home run Derby It feels great Is another thing that I like you say to my trunk case and I'm going to have it there forever Soto out homered Mariners rookie Julio Rodriguez in the finals Soto also bashed the longest Homer of the competition measured at 482 feet Two time reigning champion Pete Alonso of the mets was eliminated in the semifinal round As for Tuesday's All-Star Game at Dodger Stadium hometown favorite Clayton Kershaw will be on the mound for the national league opposite Tampa Bay's Shane mcclanahan for the Americans First pitch just after 8 p.m. Eastern Time Meanwhile baseball's future may include some rules changes Dave ferry has details MLB is considering a pitch clock for next year with games running an average of three hours and two minutes this season A clock experiment in the miners has cut average game time by 27 minutes to two hours 37 minutes MLB is also considering shift and pick off limits and larger bases with the possibility of robot umpires in 2024 Shifts have been limited all season at double and single a where teams are required to have four players on the infield including two on each side of second base Outside of baseball ESPN has announced stiff curry will host the 2022 espys The Golden State Warriors guard says he hopes to channel two of his favorite comedians Dave Chappelle and Kevin Hart Speaking of pro basketball Philadelphia's James Harden has declined his $47.4 million player option telling the AP he did so to allow the sixers to pursue free agents Hardin has yet to win a championship in his 13 year NBA career First Morton AP sports

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The Latest in Sports

AP News Radio

01:00 min | 4 months ago

The Latest in Sports

"AP sports I'm Bruce Morton Juan Soto of the Washington Nationals is your 2022 home run Derby winner in the finals he defeated fellow Dominican Julio Rodriguez of the Seattle Mariners surpassing him with 30 seconds to go and bonus time Meanwhile if Tuesday's All-Star Game is tied after 9 innings guess what fans will get More home run Derby both sides will send up three batters and they will get three swings apiece to determine the winner taking the hill at Dodger Stadium for the national league will be hometown favorite Clayton Kershaw while the Americans will counter with Shane mcclanahan of Tampa Bay ESPN has announced Steph Curry will be hosting the 2022 espys He says he hopes to channel two of his favorite comedians Dave Chappelle and Kevin Hart And Philadelphia's James Harden has declined his $47.4 million player option telling the AP he did so to allow the sixers to go after free agents in his 13 year career he has yet to win an NBA title Bruce Martin AP

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"rodriguez" Discussed on Good One: A Podcast About Jokes

Good One: A Podcast About Jokes

03:03 min | 1 year ago

"rodriguez" Discussed on Good One: A Podcast About Jokes

"To Ida Rodriguez, where she discusses the burden and opportunity of representation. What did you hope for a joke like this? What do you hope comedy can do? What do you hope your comedy do? What do you hope for something like this? I hope that people who hear my comedy employ some empathy and think about how their actions affect other people. I hope that people engage in conversations that are productive and healthy that can push culture forward. You know, I hope that people laugh and it feel joy and I hope to normalize experiences like mine to make people feel like they're okay and just because they grew up poor or they grew up without their father or that they've been on housed or that they have been discriminated against that they know that they're not alone. Because a lot of times, comedians aspire to ascend into celebrity. For their own reasons and their own pain, and then they start to employ the same practices against the average man and woman and nonbinary person that was a practice on them. And so for me, it's like, I love George Carlin for many reasons, but one of them was that he maintained a distance, a healthy distance from celebrity culture that upheld his celebrity 'cause a lot of times these people, you know, they want to be cool. They want to be in the in crowd. They want to be a Kardashian, if you will. They really do deep down inside. And so for me, it's like, I want people who are not going to ever be that to know that they're still okay. And that I see them, if nobody else is, and that I'm them. Yeah. You know? I still, I'm still worrying about how I'm paying my bills in March. I'm not, I haven't made it to the point where I'm like, oh, you know, it's all good for me. I live in an apartment. You know, I'm still help my mommy pay her bills, you know? I have a lot of responsibility for my village and I don't ever take any of them for granted. They don't get paid a decent wage. You know, you've talked about there's something you'll sometimes say in interviews, I find really interesting, which is you talk about using your story to relieve the shame and guilt of the audience. Especially around difficult subjects. Can you talk about how do you try to do that and how you hope comedy is able to do that? I mean, you know, when I did, they read, I had quite a few emails from women who had been sexually assaulted and molested. Who understood my joke. This me too shit is real, and I'm gonna tell you something. Ladies, there's a much more practical way to deal with this. We don't have to fucking cry on Twitter and write think pieces and shit. We.

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"rodriguez" Discussed on Good One: A Podcast About Jokes

Good One: A Podcast About Jokes

03:31 min | 1 year ago

"rodriguez" Discussed on Good One: A Podcast About Jokes

"Make it make sense. Yeah. You know, like, you honestly feel like this is a problem. We don't want a shelter. We don't want that symbolism in our neighborhood. And this is a person who has a Black Lives Matter sign in her window. And I'm sitting there like, not only do you don't care about black people you don't care about veterans, you don't care about women, you don't care about children because that's who's on your neighborhood sidewalk underneath the freeway. You just want a flush them out. You don't want to even see them, because you don't want to acknowledge their humanity. And you know, it's just like those are the people that I'm talking about. They perform and they appear to be on our team so much, but when it comes to, oh, when it comes to real life and execution, they're not on our team at all, because when you're talking to a woman who used to be on house and you're telling me, how irritated, you are by this because now you just see what you see. And you think, oh, I met her through my friend, my friend is an actor. She's gotta be in the in crowd because she's over here. And it's like, you're talking about my people. Those people on the street, those are my people. Yeah, I think what you do. The distinction that you're making and I think is it's like the difference between people being in their neighborhood on house and people living in their neighborhood is that they're saying these are not my neighbors. Like they're living here, they live here as people without homes. But if we give them homes here, then they are my people. And that is the distinction of the point of view, where you are saying, they are my people regardless of where they are. Yeah, and if you care about human beings, you never know. You don't know what's in that facility and what potential lives there that will eventually become. Hillary swank is an Oscar winning actor that lived in her car, right? I believe that it was Hilary Swank, but it's like, you never know what's in there. And even though you shouldn't even care about that, it shouldn't. It could be ten McDonald's workers in there. They're human beings. Not that there's anything wrong with being a McDonald's worker because they're certainly is not. But it's just like, it doesn't matter who's in there, but it's just like that. That idea that you really care about the community so long as it doesn't impact your little habitat is very problematic and very common. Yeah. And a lot of these woke people are in the neighborhoods in Harlem. They are in Brooklyn. They're in alpha and Miami, which they call, you know, wynwood, which they called the art district now. You know, we don't have any of our bodegas, you know? Getting rid of all good food in the neighborhood that I seasoning on it. We'll be right back with Ida Rodriguez, talking about what she hopes her comedy can do. This podcast is sponsored by better help, online therapy. Some people are hesitant to start therapy until they really quote unquote need it. And I get it. I don't buy band aids until I quote unquote need them. However, this morning, I cut my finger trying to open the box, my cat's food is kept in, and I cut myself and I didn't have any band aids because I didn't quote unquote need them before I cut myself. The point is you can start therapy anytime..

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"rodriguez" Discussed on Dr. Drew Podcast

Dr. Drew Podcast

04:25 min | 1 year ago

"rodriguez" Discussed on Dr. Drew Podcast

"Pay attention to you and again, hard thing for a code to do. Just start with that number one. Number two, know whether what the signs are when you're getting into trouble if you can't function. If you can't function or your suicidal, then you got it. It's a medical problem. Then you've got to make sure a doctor is involved and it may need medication it may not. And then have some sort of long-term treatment plan, which is usually ideally what you're doing psychotherapy or something like that or group or maybe it's 12 step if you can't afford it. This thing that drives me crazy. I'm glad you're involved in some sort of 12 step program. Because the research shows clearly that 12 step works, it's as efficacious as many professionally managed things. I'm not saying you should avoid freshly managed services. I'm just saying that literature is clear and it's free. It's available everywhere. And it's available 24/7. And why we are not availing ourselves with this, it drives me out of my mind. The same people. I'm not believing it. The research is just there. And the same people that want to talk about healthcare expenses shit on 12. It's like, hey, there's a solution, everybody works. Anyway, so that's my little thing. Oh, I've gone to debtors anonymous. I've gone to the under earners group. I learned about them through alanon. This is all filling, right? Yeah. That's all. It's the opposite of drug. It's a converse of drug addiction. But it's the same thing, right? Same stuff. The buying that whatever to fill the void is saving the rescuing. It's your drug, as opposed to heroin or whatever. Yeah. Learning how to and just learning being able to accept that you don't make enough money to live the lifestyle that you think you need to live to have the value that you think you should have. And here's the thing about rich people, they always live under their means. Yeah. Always. Unless they're crazy. No, I don't even live in a little mini house. You know what I mean? He's interested in building his companies, not in spending money. Yeah, Tiffany is very, very judicious about her spending. There you go. You're gonna get castle. But that's what I would like to see some more funny from her about. I think that'd be hysterical. Yeah, she's always about her money. And that heritage one side of my family system. So I know what that rains down on you from that. But listen, I have to wrap this up. It has been a pleasure. This has been healing. This is just what I needed today. Oh, good. Well, it's kind of what I needed, too. And for totally different reason, I need to see that people can get up and speak, honestly, and take aim at anything. And comedians being comedians again. And I look forward to you talking more about men, because I'm sure you're going to have some crazy. Oh man, I have been so fucked up. I said it in there. I know they're gonna come for me 'cause I said men are crazy, but I know they're coming for me. We actually are more disturbed by women who fall for men's bullshit. If we like to see it when you call a man out, I was watching something, I was watching like a reality show, so my wife yesterday. And she was like, oh, he's so cute. I go, do you don't see that? He is manipulating her and he will not be able to work. He's so impaired, this guy will not be able to get a job, and you can't see that because he's being romantic. It's like, oh my God. So that's kind of stuff we actually admire when women can see it. We like it, so. Oh, I appreciate it. All right, listen, get the go watch the comedy special. It's available on HBO Max. It's worth your time. Also follow eta on funny Ada as well as the YouTube page 8 of Rodriguez. Is there some outtakes from the series on the line? I'm sure they're going to be on HBO Max's page. Everything's going to be there. So check it out. Anything else coming, I think we want to talk about anything else we should look for you out in the road. Show us developing a series at HBO Max based on my life. Is it like a script? Cartoon or real? No, no, it's real. I think cartoon would be interesting too. I'm also working on an animated series for ITV studios. Where you can do a little more, you know that in animation. Well, that's right. That's why I think it'd be funny because your version of the Family Guy very interesting. Yeah, I would love to do that. That's what we're working on.

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"rodriguez" Discussed on Dr. Drew Podcast

Dr. Drew Podcast

06:45 min | 1 year ago

"rodriguez" Discussed on Dr. Drew Podcast

"It's not aware. By the way, this is part of the job right now for white people to just get appreciated. Appreciate you don't know shit. And then start to educate yourself. No, no, but I appreciate that. So, you know, within our community, there is a system of a hierarchy of what is better in terms of being lighter and the closer to the same thing. Yeah. It's global. Weird to me. And Asian weird to me because why do you want skin that you get melanoma and gives a shit? That I was told that it was better, so. And black women have a thing about hair, too, where it gets more there's a higher status to less. Yeah. What? Why? Well, why supremacy is why? Yes. That's right. And so it's Stockholm syndrome, right? It's the greatest lie ever told is to tell a people that the darker you are, the lesser value you have, but the problem is that a lot of us adopted that as a belief. Stockholm syndrome. Yeah. And we do it to each other. And so we were on a panel and we were happy. We knew that, or it's power stuff, power games. Just another way of creating power within a group. It's also, yeah, it's divide and conquer. Because if we're fighting about hair texture and complexion, but none of our conditions are changing, then they're winning. And that's really that's the big, the big goal anyway. Or everybody's losing, really. Well, we all are. And I'm glad you said that because I appreciate you saying that. Because really, I was just talking to somebody yesterday, even I get a lot of hate from white racist people who can't stand me or whatever. And you think about somebody who's from, you know, I'll say someone that sent me a really ugly message from Omaha. And poor, you can tell not very educated. And the one thing he felt like he had over me was that he was white. And I was like, tell me that that's not sad, and that's not an illness, that you think that you don't have healthcare, you're poor. You probably don't read well because your post was indicative of that. And the one thing you think you have over me is your complexion. That's an illness. And that's being taken away. That's why they're freaking out. Absolutely. So, you know, let me give you a kind of a rush of ideas with your talking about the idea of white supremacy, I think, is the word needs to be altered or something, because you think people always remember they think about skinheads, and that's not what we're talking about. But I give you based on the word as we use it today. I have two of my own personal stories of white supremacy. One is I was working on teen mom and my co host has African American boyfriend or whatever. And one of the mobs brought up having to deal with racism of West Virginia. And I was like, what really we still have that? And I was like, and she looked amazing. What is the matter with you when I thought that's my privilege? I was like uh oh, I got a really, I gotta educate myself. So that's why I'm asking you that question. And I went deep and I got completely moved had a rush of insight with Frederick Douglass. I read a bunch of stuff. His words and a bunch of and I got deep into the reconstruction. I was like, oh, fuck, this is a thing that we're pushed into our encouragement because we can't deal with it. It's too horrible. But he, the way he got through to me, Frederick Douglass, was he called Abraham Lincoln and white supremacists. And I was like, I'm clutching my pearls. What? And I was like, and then he goes on to explain himself. And I'm like, oh, I get it. I get it. It's what I'm doing when I say, what? Does raise some still exist? You're kidding me. It's like you're sitting on high somewhere else and you really are not in with the people's people's experience. And you have an obligation to share and be a part of. Why would you? No, you know? Like, how would you be? That's gross. No, I know. It's gross. But by design, though. Well, fine, but I don't want to be a part of it. And it's gross and it bothers I hate that I was that way. And I'm trying not to be. And so again, one of the reasons I'm so excited to talk to you. Well, that's honest though in that. That I appreciate more than people that say, I've never seen color. I know. That was me. That was me. And I thought that's huge, that's why supremacy. That's what that is. And maybe we need a new word to describe that, but that is a eurocentric Caucasian point of view and experience and it needs to be expanded. And it's just comedy is a great way to do it, I think. I hope so. Yeah. And by the way, watch the special, everybody. It now, HBO Max, go get it. And Tiffany hadish haddish has been part of your life, right? Another important voice in all. And I wish she'd get more into her Jewish heritage, too, in fact, make fun of that more because there's lots of comedy there. She's doing that. She's trying to go that way. I think she's probably doing that. So let me get back to you and your homelessness. How did that happen? You were teen mom, I guess. Yeah, I was. And you know what? Let me tell you about homelessness. I really have been a been unpacking a lot of this because I think that it's important to talk about it. We really, I was homeless from one day to the next. I was working at a job at a private bank. My residence was there. West Coast office for tax purposes and business purposes because I was one of their employees. They were based out in the Midwest. And they let me go for a they would let me go the owner of the company was friends with my ex-husband. And my ex-husband convinced him to let me go so that I could lose my job and come back to him, which happens to a lot of women who are in toxic relationships with men who, you know, where there's a power dynamic and that was there. But it was just from one day to the next, you know I had my two kids. I had a job. I was driving around in a decent vehicle. I lived in a decent place and one day I pull up and the sheriff is at my house and they're removing my stuff out of my mouth..

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"rodriguez" Discussed on Dr. Drew Podcast

Dr. Drew Podcast

08:20 min | 1 year ago

"rodriguez" Discussed on Dr. Drew Podcast

"Everybody, welcome to doctor podcast. We appreciate you guys being here. Do check out some of the other stuff I do at doctor dot TV that streaming show where I think you might like that. And then of course, after dark and don't forget all the good stuff over at Instagram, doctor pinsky and I'll do some live stuff there too as well and of course Twitter and we appreciate you guys being here. I want to get right to my guess. Aida Rodriguez, stand up comedians, especially is fighting words, available now as we air this podcast. November 4th is where it became available. It concludes with a documentary of my parents name is it Ada or I use it? Because I see I'm I come from a white boy background, right? I love it. And so I think of an opera. Let me keep going. The trip to Puerto Rico, where you're reunited with your strange father, which is amazing. You can follow Ada on funny Ada if you and YA also YouTube slash eta Rodriguez. And I recommend the stand up highly and when we finish our conversation, you will see why. Welcome. Thanks for being here. Thank you for having me. So there's a million things I want to get into with you. Okay. And not the least of which is that when you walked in, you said, I was on the phone with my therapist, I thought that for me. But I want to come back around to that. Okay. First, I really appreciated your stand up in terms of and I hope I'm a characterized in this correctly. The complexity of Hispanic culture and families and it dovetails very nicely into the complexity of race and ethnicity in our country generally, which has become a cartoon created by white people. You know what I mean? Yeah. And you take aim at everybody, I would say. I love. I love that. So how would you characterize that to me? That's what I took away. What would you say? Well, I think that's a great description of it. I think it's important to hold the powers that be responsible for what they've done to people of color. And at the same time, hold ourselves accountable for how we participate in this. And I think that we miss a part in holding ourselves accountable. I think that we've become so polarized and everything gets politicized that we meaning. The country is the country and in general. Because one of the things I noticed, and I like really dug from a comedy. And by which it's very funny. I know it's your first goal. It is funny. But it has layers to it. And I like the layer part for this podcast. It reminded me a little bit of what Ali Wong does with Asian culture, what you did with Hispanic culture. It's not one thing. It's not just stuff. There is not like when I hit going into these meetings with executives because they're like, we got to conquer the Latino market. There's no such thing. And should I say Hispanic, Latino? You can say you can say either some people identify as Hispanic, some people identify as LatinX. Some people don't want to identify confusing. Of course, it's confusing to me. I want to get it right, but it's complicated. People even people from white people identify as Hispanic, but go ahead. Absolutely. People from Spain Hispanic and their white people who speak Spanish. And then there are people from the Caribbean. And there are white people want to get into Harvard that do it too. That's absolutely and white women who, you know, I don't want to be called carrot. No. Don't want to be called Karen, but do Karen kind of stuff. Yeah, yeah, yeah. It's all complicated and we have to be able to break through and have nuanced conversations or we're never going to get through to the other side. But there are people from the Caribbean who don't want to be caught Latino or Hispanic, they are now identifying as Afro Caribbean or Afro Puerto Rican or Afro Cuban, which I respect, and I think everybody should have their identity. I just think that, you know, it's important for us to be able to just have conversations. And that's what I wanted to do. I wanted to spark conversations, nuances just disappearing in conversation. Right. It's all cartoon now. I love that you said part two. Yeah, well, because fake news is a cartoon version of complicated story. So it becomes propaganda. Absolutely. Really. And so I've been in many shit storms. On social media. And it's always not what I said. It's what somebody said I said. And then that's the shit storm. It's never the actual story. It's always one removed that's untrue, but cartoon version and off it goes. And I say the same thing as it pertains to what we've done with race and race culture at the culture and stuff like that. And I think you take aim at that in the absolute pretty clearly. And it is, again, what you're doing is complicated multiple levels, because you're saying we participate in it, but it's foisted on you by elites. People are absolutely. And you know, it's not just, you know, like, it's so complicated, because Washington has always talked about Hollywood, Hollywood is always talking about Washington. And they all should, you know, there is what the fuck are they talking about? Yeah, everybody's always talking about how hard you have. Every morning you have a bunch of rich people sitting on television, telling poor people what they should be thinking and how they should be feeling. And it is so you know I was homeless. I was I struggled and I'm still struggling. I live in an apartment. I'm not by any means wealthy, but I still, I still am respectful of the people who have jobs that make $12 an hour and knowing that even in my own apartment, my reality is very different than people who are making towels and people who work in mines and work in factories. And I just think that we just sit around. First of all, you know what I have to do on a very very frequent basis. I have to always go check statistics of how many people in the world are actually on social media so I can put it into perspective. The last time I checked, it was like 4% of Americans were on Twitter and 7% of the world. So that's a lot. That's a lot of people who are not on there. So remember not to take that so. Seriously. You know, so seriously because it's really just people who have time to say, oh, thread. But I noticed strange we were having this conversation yesterday that I think Twitter hit a weird little threshold. I think because I was portrayed on John Oliver as having an opinion that was again false. And it's funny. They picked out something that I said on a different podcast where I remember saying, God, I did not express that properly. That's it. That's my opinion. It was false. And a shit storm ensued. And then I said, I set the record straight and another guy who's actually more sort of a opinion maker said it straight in a different way, but said it straight. And it just stopped. And I thought, oh, Twitter's getting more powerful than television today. Because in the past, once television caused a shit storm on social media, it continued. You couldn't do anything to stop it. Do they canceled yesterday? I was on the verge of getting canceled many times. And what are you going to do? What do you get canceled for? So I got canceled. I was on a panel that was about and by the way, don't have to say it if it's going to get you canceled again. No, no, no. It was about Hispanic heritage month and there was we have a very big fight in our community a valid fight about colorism, which I've always spoken about in comedy since I started doing stand up 13 years ago. It's not new for me, because for some people, this is a thing. They talk about it because they want to get followers, they want to do documentaries. They want to do podcasts. They want to sell t-shirts. For me, it's something that I've been doing. Because it caused a lot of pain in my family. You know, it caused a lot of pain to my family members..

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"rodriguez" Discussed on Discussions of Truth

Discussions of Truth

07:18 min | 1 year ago

"rodriguez" Discussed on Discussions of Truth

"The inoculation of diseases we're seeing issue with these vaccinations is so called, but they're not by definition. What Phelps says is that, though in appearance, these protocols are written by Jews, they are not. Jews, these are Jesuits. Yeah. The Jesuits were a militant. Militant. An army. A militant order. Of the Catholic Church. So here again, we see catalysis through these protocols, which calls for the destruction of the borders. Calls for the vaccinations. But yet now you've also brought to light the Catholic involvement in retrieving these invaders, bathing them clothing them, giving them purse, food, and prosperity. They're the same people they're the same. Same gang. It's the same gang release. Yes, of course. So this is then the same battle, the same power, the same structure. The same form of governance in the sense. That's founded the independence of Texas. Isn't it? Is there a link there? Is there a link there? I think things change with time. You know, there's a different leaders along history. And we're seeing it right now. Last year, we had the greatest president in the United States. Ever. This year is the same United States, the same White House. With the worst president, so I think the same thing happens in this organization. At the end, there's groups of power behind. Leaders in they are the ones that push forward their own agenda. Me as a Christian as a men of God. As a man that loves people, humanity, their respects life. I'm pushing my own agenda. Well, not my own, I push my diene that I believe that is right and that and that I believe that every human being should be happy. And that every human being. Has the right, we all have the same or should deserve the same opportunity. But. The right way that they will land. There's people on this planet that will never ever ever feel their dreams of what they want. You know why? Could they do it the wrong way? But that is not my fault that it's not your fault. Is their own. And we're not responsible for being for someone being irresponsible. Is now your fault that is not my fault that people is not responsible for themselves. There's a time that where we can not help people because you can help and they're going to end up in the same place. What can you do about that? Or me, nothing? Is your decision to stay there? Was willing to help? Are you wanna be there? Is your decision? So working hard, pushing, not my own agenda, but I believe God's agenda. That's okay. Believe in the Bible, I believe that the Bible is the best book ever written. Because it was inspired by God, not by men. And that's what gives us life in the right direction. And by the way with this obey, we want to do our own will our own things, and we end up in misery or doing the wrong thing, I can help you with from my heart, but if people want to stay there, then their decision. So it's okay to help but if we can not help everyone, it's okay. But the United States has that hard that love for people like no other country in the plan. Our border patrol agents, they are the they are trained not only trained, you know, they are great people, but they are also trained to treat people in a better way. And they do. They do it. And they have that passion for people. But they have to do the right thing also. If somebody deserves to be sent back to Central America, that person has to be sent to Central America again. Let me ask you a question. What was Kamala Harris doing in Guatemala City? To be honest with you, I think just a show. Just to show, that's it. Let me come people down a little bit, but just to show nothing happened. So what about what about resolution? Rolanda, you're monitoring monitoring this invasion on the border in the firsthand. You've worked with Latinos for Trump you know, regardless of the point here. Rolando has been a Trump supporter, but really you're a supporter and defender of the U.S. Constitution. Of course, in the rights, gratitude and support and this boy, this is his last year in college. He's going for political science. He wants to be a lawyer. And through what I heard him one day he wants to be a constitutional lawyer. Yes. We love the constitution. Relander, by the way, is the I don't know if we got this in the episode, but you accepted the concept of the Trump trains. I mean, you started the first time ever.

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"rodriguez" Discussed on Discussions of Truth

Discussions of Truth

05:44 min | 1 year ago

"rodriguez" Discussed on Discussions of Truth

"To there's a British international bridge, the immigrant they cross the river in the calendar. This is like, yeah, like, ten minutes to one side of my calendar. Yeah. The immigrants got the river. They stay under the shade of this bridge. How do they cross the river? On a bridge? No, no, they throw the river through the, you know, they either swim or in this little boat that cartel has. The cartoon of help them grow their own. Yes. They reach. I really don't know right now who's the leader down there, but it could be. I'm really not sure, but I know the cartoon. Or it's a cartoon. So the crowded river, they stay on the chain under the bridge, Biden says the bus is there, because of the people. They bring all these people to the immigration facilities for these big, quite tense, one of them used to be right there in downtown McCallum. So I used to go with my own Facebook life and report everything. So you've got you've got buses waiting on the river bank for the people. For the people wants to get to the other side. Yes. And how do you know this is Biden buses? How do you know they're supported by Biden? Well, or like cartel buses? No, no, no. It's on this side. It's on this side of the river. The cartel may have. You know what? Immigration officers. They leave these buses. They held the people getting the bars and is somebody. American immigration officer. You're seeing the badges? Yeah, yes. Yeah. They're not allowed to send them back and maybe. They're not allowed to send them back. When all these started? No. No. No. And another thing, media is not allowed to be around either. What? Yep. Univision? The Hispanic channels in our area. They don't watch other women to report all these. Binoculars going to go with you. Like me and like you. My friend bought a network news. He's there every night. Reporting everything follow Anthony. But the news in YouTube Antonio went on my father came in. There's many others. With their cell phone, they're recording, saying that true to our nation. But the more that you may be seeing, they're not there. And I will not mention the name of the company or news channel, but they call me one. This is spanning new channel. They call me well. One of the reporters called me, you know. I need to talk to you. So I went to his office. He I went into this office. He locks the door. And he says, I have a question for you. See, why watching 10,001 for us? And report. What's going on in the world? He works for a TV station or a new baby station calling me. Well, one reporter called me and killed her daughter. Just a private question. He asked me. And I told him because they can all this plan from years ago. To destroy this country. A lot of people are coming from country that are American haters, like Palestinians. Taliban from all this kind of you're seeing you're seeing this rolando. I've seen it on videos. I've been there also, you know I've been I've taken groups and Friends of mine to the not real close to the Weber, but to the area where the buses are coming out. Yes, I've been there. Take videos there and everything. But I can a friend and her nephew works in one of the facilities. One of these tents? Yes. Staging. He works there. And there is kids about 15, 16, 17 year old kids that are experts in heavy weapons. And they speak 5 or 6 lines. We should different Palestinians. And they say that they pay their fly from Palestine to Mexico City, Mexico City, rain also border town. And somebody across the universe is basically everything is set up in Norway. So it's all channeling into Mexico City. Yeah. Yeah. By plane to Mexico City, and then to be in Mexico City, perhaps. And look for the flights that are coming in from. I wish we would have people there. Yes. Yes. It's been planned. I mean, I need to be in Mexico City. Somebody. Yeah, we have to be there and just interview people and checking everything. Yeah. No. I never seen this in my life, really. I grew up there. I love you. You're born? Yeah. Multi generation. Rodriguez you saying, we conquered that area. My family. You Spaniards. You take this home away from the natives. And I have never seen I might be a racist. This is still as well. This is for the water. I'm sorry. It's okay. It's okay. No, you know what? It's a joke. I love people. You know what, I'll tell you one thing..

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"rodriguez" Discussed on Discussions of Truth

Discussions of Truth

07:13 min | 1 year ago

"rodriguez" Discussed on Discussions of Truth

"Ian trottier discuss her truth San and Texas, we are at the site of the Alamo folks. You are living another Alamo in many regards and you need to wake up because you're your country is being. Taken over here. You can successfully defend the Alamo metaphorically this time, but you must, you must wake up to the fact that the majority of the people that are not listening to this voice right now are likely likely likely or voices like mine and the gentleman I have next to me now are likely totally brainwashed folks. Yes, it's a reality here. Deep state and fake news is reality. So fortunately, we have Houston, just down the street, don't we? And then the Texans successfully defended their territory. From Santa Anna and the troops with the help of the help of James Polk and Sam Houston, people like that. From my understanding, maybe I've got the history wrong on that, but fortunately we do have Houston. So we have here, I have here with me, Rwanda. Rodriguez. Rolando take a moment to introduce yourself to listeners. Hey, hello everyone. My name is rolando Rodriguez, born and raised in mechanics. That's the real gun the valley. Right by the river by the rear Grande. And I was born and raised there. And I used to see you again. There's an old joke. I speak a little bit Spanish. Oh yeah. Rolando of it. And there's an old joke. The Mexican next in front of mine. Because I'm a racist, right? I'm a racist rolando. Yeah, you are. So there's a joke. This is a joke that a Mexican friend. They say they say there's two of the two friends hanging out on the river the river, Rio Grande. This is two friends there. And they got a fish and pulse in. The water. They're fishing. And one of the guys sees a small bubble come out of the water and jump up and he's off. There's a fish and throw your own. You throw your line over that way. And the other, the other friend looks accelerated and he says, he's not even gonna win a Biennale. Whenever yenna, when about yena. And he says, is to say, buddy, that's not a, it's not a fish. It's not that's not a that's no whale. That's an empty can of beer. Filled with water. Anyway, that's the joke here. If you're familiar with Spanish, you know what I'm saying? Yeah. It's a whale, it's 9 9 9. It says it was an empty canape beer that was full of water. It wouldn't buy in it. It has a joke. It may have not a totally swell to him. You're not laughing right now. But that was more or less a joke. Orlando. You you've been in The White House? Yes. A couple of times, yeah. You've been in The White House because you happen to be a you were when he was the active sitting president. You were a Trump supporter. Of course. You're clearly, you got a Texas accent. You're a Texan, you're a Mexican Texan. I don't know what you are, but to Rodriguez, you're saying the Spanish. You have a special. Trump is a throw this again in here. Trump is a racist, wasn't he? Well, you know, I wish there were more races like Trump. Yeah, that's true. That's true. You know, for really like about president Trump is that, of course, he's not a racist man at all. He's the nicest man you can ever meet, really, very nice, very, very educated and everything. But let me tell you something, what I really like the most about Donald gate Trump is that he is very straight, and he told media what they deserve. Because media is not doing that right job right now. You know, the media we know we know for years out there, you know? So they are not doing the right thing for America. And president Trump did nothing but expose them. And that's what we need and I really like that. Fake news. Fake news, of course. They've been in espanol in Spanish on eBay on telemundo. Other channels in Spanish, they only say like half of the news. And the other car they say, whatever they want. And that's how they like your community. And when I discovered that, and I started traveling around with my friend, dear friend, Bianca Gracia. I started learning more and seeing these more often and then when I went to The White House, I was really surprised by seeing a lot of the staff a president Trump inside of right now. They were Hispanic. Illegal immigrants? Thanks for laughing. That was a joke. I know. We don't know about that. No, let me tell you. If it was Biden, maybe he would take illegal people there. But not Trump. Maybe. You know, but. Then open my eyes, you know? When you saw that, yeah. The staffing diversity. Of course. Yes, and I really talk. I don't know, maybe for 25, 30 minutes without Trump's personal secretary. Beautiful, wonderful lady in other people, you know, there, and I go, this is not what Danielle started telling us. In my starting getting, you know, more interested. Interested in the matter, learning more. Traveling more and taking all these news to my clients. And I started working in my campaign. Nonstop. Up to right now. And that's why I decided to run for something. To continue helping my community to continue opening their eyes to continue involving the community, not really in politics. No involving them just to do the right thing in our community. So we can continue leaving the American Dream. That's it. That's it. Live in a free country, which is the most important. Which is the most important or the greatest value that we have. Many I've traveled, you know, to other countries, then they don't have the liberty that freedom that we have here. I've been to Cuba 7 times. And you and one thing I know for sure. I don't want that for my kids. At all..

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"rodriguez" Discussed on The Times: Daily news from the L.A. Times

The Times: Daily news from the L.A. Times

05:59 min | 1 year ago

"rodriguez" Discussed on The Times: Daily news from the L.A. Times

"M j rodriguez welcome to the times. Thank you you are an emmy nominee. And you've had some time now to process it. What is surprise you about being on this journey. You know what. I think most surprised me about being on this journey and being nominated as an. It's kinda crazy to hear myself say but an outstanding leading actress in a drama series. I think the most surprising thing was being received as an actress being taken seriously within my craft and actually being accepted in the awareness of myself as a afro latina trans woman it's kind of astounding to me because for so long i have my own insecurities but i was also subjected to a lot of discrimination obviously as a trans woman about even two years and even farther back so to see the change happen over time in quicker than i expected. I've just been so flabbergasted by and i'm really proud of myself but i'm also proud of the human race and them actually getting together and knowing that we as trans women are humans too and that we walked this earth just by how they do and that we love like how they do we have hearts how they do. We believe like any other human. Does they're starting to see it and understand it. And it's going to show by receiving a nomination like this. It feels good just to let our audience know you've made history as the first transgender performer to receive an emmy nomination for best actress in a drama series for your performance as blanca. How what do you want the trans community to take away from this moment. And what would you like the cis- community to take away from this moment. What i was specifically like the trans community to take away from this moment is that it's possible. It's even more possible now to really chase your dream as an artist. Whether you're a singer and actress a dancer now. The lane is completely opened. The doors bus down completely. And it's time for you to take your space. It's time to take the space like how you deserve because it's open and the only way that it's going to happen is if you actually take it and you go about it with dignity and grace and humility but you go in with confidence knowing what you want and what i can say to this community. Specifically you know the females community is that you know we're here to uplift each other. Though where different types of women we still identify in the same bracket which is woman whether we'd be trans horses and we're here for each other and now's the time to come together and share space together like how we should have been for a long time and you know. I don't think that's going to be hard for any of this. This woman out there because naturally women were nurturing were carrying. We make it happen so i have no doubt in my mind that women across the world translates the like will open up and become a little bit more collective and knowing that we're here to change the dynamic. I mean woman when the world we run the world assist men out there. I would say start opening up and being our allies and understanding that. There's no agenda for trans women to infiltrate your space to make you feel uncomfortable to the list can go on. This is not a time for your feelings in your masculinity your fragile masculinity and also some toxic masculinity to be forced upon us so that it can make us feel lesser than or be little less instead use your strength in your masculinity to actually uplift us and be comfortable in yourself so that it's not so toxic so i would say that to office people around the world but yeah where here and i don't think we're going anywhere anytime soon and i think a lot of people more than i thought are here for us. I wanna rewind a bit to your early years pursuing acting and i know rent was such a formative production for you. I mean you made your off broadway debut playing angel in the two thousand eleven revival. Talk to me about what rent meant to you in how you look back on that chapter of your life rent was the best love story soliloquy. I could have ever received when. I was eleven years old until i was fourteen and then until i was nineteen. That's show not only gave me a true understanding a full explanation of what it was like dealing with. Hiv and aids on top of being homeless. But it also showed me what a chosen family looks like when every single last one of them have been ostracized these will all people who were displaced. Because of the lives that they lived and not all of them were lgbtq. I it was a mixed group of misfits. That's what rent taught me in amid so much to me. Because of that. Because i was a misfit and i still a misfit. I'm sitting misfit. You know out claim that now and when you are part of that crowd of people who are different you not only get a glimpse of how the world is outside and how they see you but you start to see how you fit in the world sue. And if you're gonna choose to keep being misfit in defy gravity or you try to fit in for me. Rent taught me not to fit in instead to stand out. Be even louder and it doesn't have to even be with your words. It could be which presence it could be. What you walking down the street and holding your head up high no matter if you're getting derogatory slurs thrown at you from people on the street. Because i had that all my life. I had so.

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"rodriguez" Discussed on NewsRadio WIOD

NewsRadio WIOD

02:15 min | 1 year ago

"rodriguez" Discussed on NewsRadio WIOD

"Rodriguez received more than 6000 votes. And it's now 705 was 29 years ago this morning, Category five Hurricane Andrew slammed across Homestead around five o'clock in the morning. The storm sustained wind speeds near 165 MPH with waiting guys. Close to 200 MPH 44 lives were lost. Andrew goes down in the books as one of the most catastrophic hurricanes in U. S history with damage totaling $25 billion Well, the first ever Monday, drawing for the multi state Powerball lottery was delayed, apparently by a technical glitch. Lottery officials say the jackpot was $293 million, the game's website saying the results were pending the winning number 17 36, 47, 60 and 61 with a Powerball of 15. And pumpkin Spice latte fans are rejoicing because the signature Starbucks while item is back on the menus. Today, the company is releasing the favorite along with the pumpkin cream Cold brew As part of the return of pumpkin at Starbucks this fall season. The chain will also offer bakery items like pumpkin cream, cheese muffins and pumpkin scones. Mark Mayfield there reporting more news at 7 37 6. I'm Natalie Rodriguez back to you, Jimi. All right. Thanks. All the number of people that were evacuated for Afghanistan. Is it increasing or can we believe the Bible administration about this? I don't I'm a bit confused. We'll tell you all about it Straight ahead at, uh 7 12 traffic at 7 10 on Nigeria's 16. W I o D go early. Staying late. Travel Stress free can sell up. Brace bike what you're doing, Otis. The Bay Bridge needs a jingle. Yeah, telling people to cross the Bay Bridge early in the morning or late at night Go early. Stay till eight. Travel starts free them celebrate. Businesses on the eastern Shore are thrilled to have you back. Go early and stay late. Get a bridge Traffic updates at the Vita on Twitter or bay bridge dot com..

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"rodriguez" Discussed on From Scratch

From Scratch

07:00 min | 1 year ago

"rodriguez" Discussed on From Scratch

"I knew about baking and at what point during that that job were you feeling I'd like to go ahead and start this hybrid kitchen only learnt how to big start hopper kitchen. You seem very self directed and self starting. What were you like as a as a child. I know it's open ended by You know do you do you. Do you think that way about yourself. I don't think i have ever responded well to a lot of authority. I think. I think that that's been a threat to my life and now i have a three year old and she's exactly the same way Now you wish you responded better to exactly. You're from canada from canada. What did your parents do. My my parents were both educators. So father was a teacher. My mother's a professor. I think it home. I knew that i had to follow rules. And they were supportive of creativity. And i understood that i have certain independent spirit. I started traveling. Relatively young then. Then in college spent time travelling alone through south america. Just kind of exploring Because i didn't find that university was necessarily worthwhile. Your your grandmother Played an important role in what you're doing now kind of indirectly. How so yeah. I attribute a lot of the personality piece to have very my my. My paternal grandmother who factors very strongly in my life. She lived close by when. I was growing up in toronto in toronto And she was widowed in her thirty s and then became an insurance broker in the fifties was very clear about what she wanted for her granddaughter. And i was i was the only granddaughter and so she put you know i i think i took signals and translated into a certain kind independence lettuce. She make this. When i launched hubbard kitchen. All she could say was why you have a graduate degree from columbia. And you're gonna open a bakery like completely unfathomable to her and then in two thousand nine. We got a feature and food and wine magazine which was like this glorious piece about what we do and that was the first moment worshiping knowledge that maybe this is a good idea. I'm just like a harass. You're listening to from scratch. My guest is just men. Rodriguez the founder of hot bread kitchen. A new york city based organization that focuses on utilizing the bread making skills that immigrant women have brought with them from their country of origin hybrid. Kitchens ethnic breads or available at some of the city's leading restaurants including danny meyer's gramercy tavern and the restaurant at the moma. The museum of modern art the women in the hopper kitchen program learn management english and other skills that they can carry with them to jobs at larger bakeries or entrepreneurial baking ventures of their own. So you decide to leave danielle and mark new your your intention from the inception. That's why who market talked. Took me into the program. Because he knew how hard it was to find good bakers and i was so he was really motivated to train me so that he could get this pipeline of well trained bakers. You know he's been evelyn. But it was a little self serving and you started hyper kitchen out of your brooklyn apartment. Much to my roommate's chagrin at that point apartment smell a smell like good. Brad spelt lake tortillas inbred but also wet tents. 'cause i was selling farmers markets at that point so i remember storing my tense in the living room and The the roommates were really accommodating. And at what point did this become more institutional i moved out of the has pretty quickly Initially i baked actually a few shifts from bradford sale out of the bakery at danielle but then we moved into a shared commercial kitchen in queens and You know early on. They were the slog years. I've baked overnight and then would sell all day farmers markets and do my own delivery to wholesale accounts it's like a typical small bootstrap startup story. The game changer came with some of the early philanthropic supporters that came on that gave us the initial boost that we needed to continue simultaneous with baking. Twenty four seven. Were you grant writing or did you have random introductions to people. No i was grant writing. My mom helped me write some of the early grants For a while still kept consulting on the side to pay the rent. And then in two thousand and eight. I got A competitive fellowship for social entrepreneurs which allowed me to quit my day job And but yes. The hard part about it was is that i was doing the kind of intellectual work i was doing the business planning i was doing the grant writing. I was doing all of those things while also like baking bread and grinding corn and You know hiring and managing people who were one or two or seven of the initial Women the first woman that we hired was ilizarov us. Lydia spent countless hours working with me on the overnight chef. Libya loved to give advice and so we had so many hours to talk at that point. I was single and dating and like looking for love and she was married and had three kids. We're about the same age. But we were kind of you know. She was vicariously living through my and the best line from malaysia. There was this Guy that she knew that worked at danielle. Because i've gotten her husband a job In the in the kitchen at danielle there is a. There is a butcher at danielle. The deleted new through her husband. He got divorced from his wife so he was single. And so. Lydia really really thought that i should meet the money at the butcher and are just remember her saying but jessica savage or dark conde. He's a great guy. He knows how to cut me. Like what else could you want in a husband. And those the kind of lydia gems at still stick with me to this day and in her kind of work ethic and her ethos and many of her ideas have permeated the company. Now you mentioned you were single yet. It was your boyfriend ellie. Now your husband at the time. Who introduced you to danielle. So did you take a hi- hiatus from each other we did. We had a little bit of a hiatus. And you know. Was those early years where i wasn't single but there was you know it took a while for us to to get more syria and ellie works In the wine department at sotheby's you also got an eileen fisher grant early on they were. I think our first funder. That wasn't a friend writing and check. I i lean. Fisher is the clothing designer clothing designer and she has a grant for female social entrepreneurs and so the grant forced me eight a right. The business plan. It brought me into this..

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"rodriguez" Discussed on From Scratch

From Scratch

08:10 min | 1 year ago

"rodriguez" Discussed on From Scratch

"Justin held a range of jobs such as working on immigration issues that the un and helping to launch a new york city public school. She was also the first women to be hired. As baker for chef daniel balloons three star michelin restaurant. Daniel jesmyn launch hopper at kitchen from her apartment in brooklyn welcome. Thank you so much for having me if i were to walk into hybrid kitchens bakery. Today what would i see. It is truly a hive of activity. Were in this really quirky Building underneath the metro north tracks added one hundred. Fifteen th and park in manhattan. It was ten thousand square feet of public market. Space that We built out into a bakery an incubator. So the first thing you'll notice when you walk into hop kitchen is just thousands of pounds of dough being processed into hallows into an salmon into be all is into persian. Brad's and all of these brides any any time of day. Except for maybe three thirty. Am in the morning. There's bread on the table and women around the table making bread and baking bread. I often am so curious. When i walk into a bakery anywhere in the city and i say these beautiful tarts and croissants syn cookies i'm wondering who and where are they baking this your one example of where it's happening. It's a great question. And you know what i would. I would say the question to wear their baking it. Unfortunately fewer and fewer of them are getting baked in the city. The price of real estate has has left most bakeries kind of moving to new jersey and moving out at the city And people are having to to really travel for those jobs so one of the. I think the real innovations of what we're doing is moving into a community with high density population in helping and high unemployment rate and helping to create a lot of jobs in that area. What are these women doing. Prior to getting trained by you nancy mendez was selling. Dvd's in the subways before she came to hopper catch on live vanessa came with her husband. who's a manager at burger king from bangladesh and. Her story is really interesting because when she came for her interview Her husband came with her and she didn't didn't really let her speak for herself and her english was so limited that she didn't feel confident enough to speak and nahla finesse as one of the managers in the kitchen. Could you talk briefly about your post program placement. The jobs that women get after range from Bakeries in new york city to starting their own businesses to training outcomes. The first is that women Start their own food businesses so A woman that we hired about two years ago named fanny and she came in and learned how to bake once she was in the bakery training program. We realized that she had been running a catering company out of her home kitchen so she was out of her home kitchen. Catering one hundred percent ecuadorian weddings and we helped her formalize her catering business and she graduated to become A member of our incubator kitchen l'amour typical for us is seeking good management track positions in bakeries and manufacturing facilities around the around the city. We have placed bakers at whole foods. We've placed bakers. That means on kaiser danielle. We've placed bakers at other smaller bakeries. That people might not recognize it. A little bit off the off the radar. Hot bread kitchen is a a culmination of experiences that you had. And you had the seed for this idea kind of in your back pocket for almost a decade. What are some events that influenced your your starting. Hpk a for instance. You lived in guatemala where you would go every day with a a mother to a corn mill. Yeah it's it's funny. So i spent some time when i was in college doing development work in guatemala city years later that i remembered this experience but i was living with family for a number of weeks only but i was fascinated by the process of soaking corn and grinding corns of the the woman who was the mother of heads where i was living made fresh corner tears. That were just tremendously delicious. And we we. Every morning we would take the soaked corn and go to a community Malino which is where they grind corn and bring home the fresh masa we would make tortillas and you know at that point i would have never thought that it would end up running a tortilla company ten years later but it somehow is like life. Experience that i- cataloged for this later. Entrepreneurial iteration you also interviewed at an organization called women world banking which also kind of influenced this endeavor. How so the real idea for our kitchen. The real kernel of the idea for hopper kitchen came early on in my professional career. When i have just recently graduated from college. I interviewed for a job. In in new york city for women's world banking which is a phenomenal microfinance institution And i didn't get that executive assistant job. And but i told someone about and he heard women's world baking and for me that was evocative of kind of this this of an immigrant women's baking collective and i still have notes from back then and i. You know my early twenties self. I sort of started to think about what it would mean and got quickly intimidated and realized i didn't have what it would take to pull it off. Started this other career but kind of just kept pulling experiences together and then In two thousand and six learnt how to bake it seems while you still had this thread of immigration an interest in food you also had a strong social mission In your in your pursuits you worked at new york city public school. You helped to launch one. Did you feel like you were kind of fumbling through your twenties or was it more of a very mindful adventure that you were on your somewhere in between. I ended up in graduate school and that felt very intentional. My degree is very specific. I really focused on immigration policy. And i thought that i wanted to get a job doing immigration policy and then the point of graduation i was like oh god what does that mean and i just was not interested are motivated to do that kind of work. Which when i made the switch into public education So i got involved in the school. Start up and i did that for four years so while you were working at the public school you clone yourself and also got a master baker certificate at the new school. When did you decide to do that so i did that. In two thousand and six somebody said to me you know. I had been talking about this idea for women's world baking for a long time and she said well you're not an immigration and you're not a and you're not a baker's why how. What do you have that you bring to this project. So maybe realize i would need to learn how to bake and then the real i think game changer in the trajectory of hot bread kitchen is that i landed this apprenticeship and the bakery at restaurant danielle and my my first day at work i think it was really telling 'cause i loved being in the bakery. How did you land that apprenticeship which ultimately translated into a full time job where you were the first women hired in the bakery. My boyfriend now husband my boyfriend. At the time. Who's now my husband had been had worked in the front of house in wine service at danielle and he introduced me to mark fiorentino. Who is a benevolent wonderful human. Being who took pity on my week baking skills and and took me under his wing and taught me at that point..

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"rodriguez" Discussed on RAGE Works Network-All Shows

RAGE Works Network-All Shows

01:56 min | 1 year ago

"rodriguez" Discussed on RAGE Works Network-All Shows

"We're speaking with character actor. Marco rodriguez a hollywood veteran. Who's first onscreen role happened all the way back in one thousand nine hundred eighty he's done on stage and on screen and even appeared in a bunch of video games and of course he happened to cross paths with star trek marco. Pierre twice in the next generation i in the season one episode arsenal freedom as a starfleet captain paul rice. Who isn't exactly what he seems to be. He followed that up in season. Four glint tila in the wounded alongside. Mark alamo and bob gunston in standout episodes from that season which was also the first time we ever saw a kardashian on screen. And as it turns out. Marco also nearly had a few other trek roles that i think are going to surprise you star. Trek over is just a small footnote. Marco's career which spans over one hundred roles including appearances in t j hooker hill street. Blues macgyver walker. Texas ranger frazier seinfeld the crow. La law the district. Sliders nash bridges nypd. Blue million dollar baby. Fast and furious eastbound on in humans veronica mars and many many more now. I wanna make a note from my youtube audience in this episode. You're gonna see an outfit change from. Marco and i know it's not for dramatic purposes. We're not doing any schizo and things like that. It's because we weren't able to do the interview in one sitting due to time constraints. But marco was kind enough to come back into a second part with me to make sure we got everything needed in our chat so as you can imagine we cover a lot of ground grounded this discussion. Not just about star trek. So with that said let's get to know markelle rodriguez and learn all about his time on trick and his continuing career in hollywood but before we jump into our interview i want to ask you. Are you following. Trek untold on social media. It's the best way to keep up to date and who's gonna be the next guest on trek untold to learn all about other cool things that are happening here. So if you're on instagram. Facebook or twitter go ahead and look up trek untold. All one word and give us a follow in a like..

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"rodriguez" Discussed on NewsRadio WIOD

NewsRadio WIOD

02:15 min | 1 year ago

"rodriguez" Discussed on NewsRadio WIOD

"Rodriguez, one of those mornings where you might want to bundle up before you head out. Top stories that we're working on. Besides Mother Nature and the spill of cold temperatures here across South Florida is, of course, the Corona virus pandemic and the latest with the vaccine. But first a check from the S three insurance traffic center. Good morning Turnpike. Champagne before Hollywood Boulevard crash on the shoulder staff ago. Traffic from Griffin Road do have a crash for 41 Sound Planet Sunrise Boulevard. In northwest Miami Dade. Ah, Crash Red Rhoda Honey Hill Road. He's caution on the approach Your next update in 10 minutes. NewsRadio 6 10 Wi OD Right now it's 51 degrees and Coconut Creek and 52 Opal, aka Potato one. Were feeling our share of the bitter blast. It's blanketing parts of the Northeast temperatures for us not getting out of the sixties today and then get ready cause Mercury's gonna plunge into the low to mid forties, possibly even thirties. There won't be as much wind as we have the Wednesday and when did I maybe just a school, but it won't feel quite this Chili is Tuesday night. One of other Senate meteorologist John Fear. It believes that this may be the coldest stretch of the winter with warm ups into the second half of February and as mentioned, the nor Eastern snowstorm is affecting travel all across the country. If you're traveling into her out of the Northeast over the next 48 hours, you may want to double check your travel plans as a snow storm is continuing to cause major travel problems across the country. By three PM, all flights have been suspended at LaGuardia, JFK and Newark airports yesterday, more than 1300 flights across the U. S were preemptively canceled ahead of the nor'easter and according to flight away calm as of late yesterday, 2870 flight delays and 4761 cancelations across the country. Some airlines like Delta and United proactively canceled flights today. With additional schedule adjustments likely as the snow star continues. That is Mike Bauer reporting. It's coming up on 803 and 206 more deaths from Corona virus, the number of new cases confirmed yesterday. You were than 6000. More. Americans, however, have received at least one shot of a covert 19 vaccine that have tested positive for it. Bloomberg's vaccine tracker reports this morning 26. A half million Americans have gotten a shot. That's compared to around 26.3 million who've been confirmed with.

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"rodriguez" Discussed on A Writer's Journey By Maya Rodriguez

A Writer's Journey By Maya Rodriguez

03:33 min | 2 years ago

"rodriguez" Discussed on A Writer's Journey By Maya Rodriguez

"I get as how. I started my podcast and why anchor fm Did extensive research and anchor is is great for newbies like myself it. They provide good support and it is easy to use the cost. You can't beat it just starting you can start for free and this is another reason. I shows anger. Fm all the work. You do there many times in today's world that if you're not super famous a super-rich that people tend to look at you as someone unworthy. Perhaps you're not super rich super famous and let us face it in today's world certain jobs. Just don't even pay a living wage. This brings me to something. I had read somewhere. That job is what you make of it. And i said sure then came this two encounters one office supply store my daughter and i had gone there to make a large amount of copies and the clerk was so good about expanding all the options. We had in order to make it work for us. I thank him for his kindness and he seemed generally surprise after all. He is probably like this all the time just part of his job but is it a few days later. I went on a saturday morning to my local supermarket which i dread going there Because the lines are now longer than ever since covert we in line and waited and a young woman does seem too good for her job proceeded to tell us we should go to the next Cashier and it turned out that she was closed. We turned around and said to her. You sent us to a cashier that as close and then she just Send us to another cashier That had like another person waiting already. They're violating the protocol for covid since we were really next to the person in if not we would have to wait where everybody was going by And then another worker proceeded to come over and say to her. I guess they just don't want to wait nosy. I said Nobody funny she was somehow a few minutes earlier when she was telling the too good for this job. They just don't want to wait the takeaway from this was that i always believed honor. The work you do thinking that you are too good or too good looking or makes some side comments to another worker In the service to everyone there are many people who are good. Workers need to work and need a job. Work is just that work for sure are jobs where there are situations. No one should have to tolerate by. But i'm not talking about those situations. I'm talking about every day. Probably underpaid jobs the jobs we conham people do the postman. The people who clean our streets the sales clerks babysitters you name it. A some point some of us have had jobs we hate it where on the pay impossibly underappreciated but you know that you know what you honor the work you do by respecting yourself and the people you service till next time remember life is for the living. Live it and stay well to next time..

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"rodriguez" Discussed on A Writer's Journey By Maya Rodriguez

A Writer's Journey By Maya Rodriguez

02:21 min | 2 years ago

"rodriguez" Discussed on A Writer's Journey By Maya Rodriguez

"I get as how. I started my podcast. And why Anchor adam Did extensive research and anchor is is great for newbies like myself it. They provide good support and it is easy to use the cost. You can't beat it. Just starting you can start for free. And this is another reason. I shows anchor. Fm time to honor peace joy and freedom. Today i am taking time to honor peace joy and freedom. No one wants peace. More than those of us who have experienced unrest either due to personal circumstances or through circumstances outside of our control. No-one wants joy. More than those of us who have experienced sorrow that so much sorrow has been caused by circumstances beyond our control. Everyone wants to experience joy again. Thirdly and not least i am taking time to honor freedom the ability to think and have thoughts of my own the ability to express those thoughts as best as i can freedom for those who have experienced. It is like air and for those who have been deprived of freedom. If feels like you are suffocating. By now everyone knows all the uncertainty we're living with here in the us around the world. But i decided rather than to relieve every moment of those votes and uncertainty. I have chosen to honor the things that our life forces that cannot be denied peace joy and freedom our shoes to honor those people that through their bravery and selflessness have given many of us rights so many of us are able to enjoy today The idea of having some piece and hopefully soon some joy and freedom remember life is for the living livid to next time stay well..

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"rodriguez" Discussed on A Writer's Journey By Maya Rodriguez

A Writer's Journey By Maya Rodriguez

01:59 min | 2 years ago

"rodriguez" Discussed on A Writer's Journey By Maya Rodriguez

"I get as how. I started my podcast and why anchor fm Did extensive research and anchor is is great for newbies like myself it. They provide good support and it is easy to use the cost. You can't beat it just starting you can start for free and this is another reason. I shows anger. fm. Take time to look up. It used to be they're looking at. This guy was something people did with awe amazement form of inspiration about all the beautiful things. This guy had Especially at night but then came the incident. The busy lives to cell phones and who needed to look up at the sky when you could just go online and get a whole view of the whole sky but then came. Kobe is just got me thinking about all the things you forget to appreciate. There are times that i get of the sky from my bedroom window and every so often. I see the moon and all the different faces. It goes through from a quarter moon to a full moon. Sometimes the moon is much bigger Embroider and other times you can barely see it but you know it's there somehow. This kind of contemplation got lost. We all remember to look up at the sky when there is a of some kind of a special moon or some other event. That is not likely to happen for another two hundred years or more then it becomes this media event not the quiet of just observing the beautiful sky above us. Looking up is the time for quiet contemplation. Just enjoying the view. It time to just let your mind wander a time of quiet peace while for now. Remember that life is for the living. Live it to next time stay well..

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