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People come to America for a dream
"Today we had the honor to talk to Nana Xanthi. She is an attorney and the executive director of the Black Alliance for justice immigration or. She's also the founder of the Community Legal Clinic and Transform Justice Center in legal these workshops as well as the founder of Justice Warriors Black Lives I. Hope you enjoy this conversation. Nana how are you today? I am well well, as can be expected in during these times and hoping you're well as well you know I am well despite everything, but one of the reasons that I'm grateful is because of the great work that women like you do in this country so excited to talk about the Black Alliance for just immigration, which is one of the organizations that the BG and wonder me a network which produces the BG podcast has been encouraging our audiences to support, so thank you. These organizations are critical in times like this. Thank you so very much? We appreciate that support and the support that we've gotten from black folks all over the globe. Appreciate it. Tell us a little bit more about the Black Alliance for just immigration, and what brought you to the organization? So the black lines for just immigration is a national black lead Immigration Rights Human Rights Racial Justice Organization. We are the largest of our kind in the United States. We educate we advocate. We organized on behalf of the. The roughly ten million Black Refugee and immigrant families in this country as well as black folks who are trying to come into the country, whether it be permanently or temporarily, and those who are seeking asylum. We have our headquarters in New York, but we also have offices in DC. Miami Atlanta Los Angeles and Oakland and we have staff in Houston, and in Minneapolis, so we pretty much are all over the place as well as doing work on the. Episode of the border in Mexico, at the northern border with Tijuana, and also we've been doing some work the southern border of Mexico in Chula where you have black asylum seekers coming to the United States through Mexico. In that way and the work that we do is national in many cases in terms of policy, and you know we've been very busy in that regard, especially in with this administration, we also do national work with respect to racial justice our. Former executive director open committee was one of the big three that started black lives matter, and so by has been involved in black lives matter since the beginning and we do that work, and then we also do local work regional work. I'm both on the policy side, but as well as more, and with even more vigor on the organizing side to make sure that we are pushing for racial. Economic and social justice with an right alongside our multigenerational African American siblings. So much work, such powerful work. As. You said you've been very busy with this administration echo, they're just keeping everyone busy with their foolishness, but I definitely do a suit top about Daca so for our listeners, who may not be familiar Dhaka's stands for deferred action for childhood arrivals and the Supreme. Court decision around Dhaka now allows immigrants who ever see Daca status sometimes referred to as dreamers so if you seen the Hashtag is sandwiched dreamers. That's what that means. It allows them. them to stay in the country safely without a threat of deportation, but one the things that we've been really seeing missing from mainstream conversation over Daca was that it also impacts not Hispanic and Latino communities that there are black and brown communities impacted by this as well other black communities that are impacted by this as well. So, what was your reaction when you hurt the decision? And what are our next steps in the Dreamer, movement so? It is really important in think I really WanNa, thank you for lifting up the fact that yes, there are dreamers who are not Brown folks. That are not Latin next folks. That are not black right that we have black Latino next folks as well as black dreamers from the continent of Africa from the Caribbean from Europe right we think about. Twenty, one savage right and how this came up? And he actually falls in the category that is equally as important that we need to advocate for a person who isn't a Dhaka recipient, but who happens to be undocumented, and obviously we're looking for permanent protections, not just for Dr Recipients because everyone. Coming to this country is dreaming. No one's coming to this country to be a nightmare. Faces are looking at the Supreme Court decision. I also happen to be an attorney of twenty six years. Doing movement work is it's a temporary relief. It is not the permanent protection that we want our people to have and that our people need to have in order to thrive,
"tijuana" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030
"From neighboring Tijuana draining into southern California on lower ground eventually emptying into the Pacific Ocean so it effectively it's like a toilet flushing straight into this river valley border patrol agent amber Craig took us on a tour of the sewage infiltration showing us that what doesn't flush out to sea washes up on land mountains of plastic bottles furniture and tyres and this is a concern for us to not just because it's debris and waste but because they have the mosquitoes love to nest in it so it's a health concerns an eyesore and it's hindering the border patrol's main mission she took us to see president trump's newly erected wall along the border just this six mile stretch cost an estimated fifty million dollars what we found is that under the wall there's a network of basins and tunnels built thirty years ago to try to capture the sewage from Tijuana the red dot is me in next to agent amber crag inside one of those concrete sewage collection basins it's connected on either end to tunnels from Mexico to California that were constructed right under the wall so you think of the smugglers and the migrants building tunnels to go under the wall but the U. S. government built this tunnel that goes under the wall yes we built this so that the water would flow freely into the United States it has to flow freely.
Feds uncover opioids, meth, cocaine in tunnel beneath US-Mexico border
"U. S. authorities discover a major drug smuggling tunnel at the southern border with a trove of drugs inside federal agencies in opioids methamphetamine cocaine and more from the tunnel equipped with ventilation lights and an underground rail system a tunnel task force led by the D. E. A. says the cross border tunnel runs about two thousand feet long and thirty feet deep connecting warehouses in Tijuana and San Diego agents believe the tunnel operated for several months based on advanced construction they observed it also happens to be near a border wall reconstructed under president trump's watch authorities last January announced the discovery of the longest and quite sophisticated tunnel ever found at the U. S. Mexico border spanning more than three quarters of
Feds uncover opioids, meth, cocaine in tunnel beneath US-Mexico border
"Wrote U. S. authorities say they seized a large haul of drugs including opioids methamphetamine and cocaine being smuggled from Mexico to California in a tunnel equipped with ventilation lighting and an underground rail system the tunnel extends from a warehouse in Tijuana to San Diego about two thousand feet long with an average depth of thirty one feet and width of three feet authorities think it's existed for at least several months it was built near a vaunted double layered border wall constructed under president trump's watch illustrating the limitations of such barriers against sophisticated drug smuggling
Mexican border city to quarantine returning migrants
"The Mexican border state of Tijuana says it will set up a shelter to house deported migrants for a two week quarantine the state says the shelter walls migrants returned to the border city of Ciudad Juarez across the border from el Paso Texas the state says that an average of sixty five migrants were deported through that town every day for a total of about fifty two hundred so far this year the move is part of a series of measures announced to prevent the spread of the infection the U. S. as over eighty one thousand cases Mexico five hundred eighty
Federal investigators begin probe of tour bus crash that killed three
"Federal investigators are going through the wreckage of a tour bus that crashed this week in the San Diego area the charter bus was operated by a company based in el Monte case reviews Evan George has more the charter bus was headed to San Ysidro and then on to Tijuana but never made it early Saturday around Fallbrook in San Diego county it veered off I. fifteen and rolled down an embankment landing upside down three people died seventeen other passengers were hospitalized and that included a five year old boy who was critically injured now the crash occurred as rain was hitting the region and the driver appears to have swerved a federal team from the national transportation safety board or NTSB was center Fallbrook to investigate cases of these Evan George a woman from Pasadena is among those killed the LA times reports the bus picked up writers in el Monte Baldwin park Pomona and
Trump's push to reduce drug prices in State of the Union boosts hope for action this year
"We might see some bipartisan action coming out of Washington when it comes to drug prices so if you remember during trump so to speak as say the union speech he actually got Democrats to stand and applaud when it came to Loren drug prices yes I'm calling for bipartisan legislation to achieve the goal of dramatically lower prescription drug prices get a bill to my desk and I will sign it into law without delay so fairly there's been movement on that front but there was one of partisan disagreements who would take more credit for its also will range of competing bills you know how people throw other crap into the lawyer like why are we funding paper airplanes what I don't know some VS whatever that happened with other bills in the past but Laurie drug prices is something where both sides really agree on and the Republicans in the unit because they have promised to help fix healthcare after Obama's mess and they didn't do it things might be a little better some of the deductibles may be a little better some of the insurance our premiums might be down a bit but it wasn't the relief we saw before you know two thousand eight two thousand nine so if they can at least lower prescription drug prices they could say they have a win in the health care category Democrats are going to campaign on the Medicare for all or public option so it is speech did not actually endorse a specific approach so you know we don't know if this has to do with him you know negotiated with China has been able to get drugs from China figure out an FTA use speedy approval for certain drugs are Nancy Pelosi and house Democrats are pushing for a bolder action to lower drug prices they have a bill that was passed in December to allow the government to negotiate lower prices the bill is called H. R. three and so when trump made his remarks some house Democrats were chanting HR three that's what they were chanting because it was like one of our what are the same so trump supporter governor bush Asian during the two thousand sixteen campaign he said he would go she like crazy but he backed off of it why well if the government convenes private health care we start to go towards socialism and the reason why prices are up is it because you know everybody says why can't we get the same price as Mexico has Canada has our center up the well it's tricky you know I would love to be able to get an antibiotic for a dollar and the way the generic companies make these drugs yeah absolutely you can mean I mean you know you would think that they would still make some sort of a profit but they don't want to squeak by these companies need to because I mean look at what's happening with all that and D. M. A. N. N. D. E. A. in though that cancer causing contaminants and when I went one should ever company okay generic companies still need a a buffer because of the FDA comes in gone what will global level we need to take a look at this so everybody's halls we need to we need to you know I recall you can't just barely you know squeak by on a Buck a prescription so they rely on Americans to give them that clutch now why US one on another country will because their drug what is still that serve their drugs are going to sell then they you know they go where they can get away with it and right now insurance companies allow them to get away with it so there is room to negotiate there is room to go down on the flip side though you have some companies going I we can make this drug cheaper now with all the rules and regulations and everything we have to go through you know in other countries you don't of estrogen process you come up with the drug in America you need to make sure it gets approved because two years of our anti and then it makes us the market sometimes only a few years left on patent so this idea of we have so much regulation as it is that's why the prices are up because we only have a few years to make our money back or to make a profit that ends up forcing you know prices to go up so the Republicans have to be very very delicate when it comes to we're going to you know lamb bass the companies and you know we're going to force them to pay less because then it could also cause a big change in the in the system so Grassley white unveiled does limit some drug price increases in Medicare right now trump doesn't mention any executive action on drug prices again it's a district trump has proposed Lawrence a Medicare drug prices by linking prices to those in other countries not sure what is going to do is again the say the union is very general they don't go into specific plans it's for this what we're gonna do this year so we'll see what happens personally I love it the federal pharmacy and I could get a medication for two three Bucks I love it the thing is is usually generic sell us going generic and make intergeneric prices don't rice would be the key to keeping drug prices low the problem is is then are we going to have any new drugs coming down the pipeline if they don't think they could sell and we need new trucks with the medication that a fight the crime virus we need a good anti flu medication we need you know and so I you know what companies are going to step up and do that so it's tricky now certain states are trying to you know take measures take you know things into their own hands when it comes to drug prices they say six in ten Americans are Tate were taken at least one prescription drug court to the Kaiser family foundation seventy nine percent of those surveyed survey to the cost of medications was unreasonable the report also found that three out of ten Americans do not see the medications as prescribed because a worry about cost yeah they spread it out so you tell program was created two thousand eighteen it's a state law dubbed right to shop by Republican representative norm Thurston public employees health program offered if only to people using a drug on a list of about a dozen medications where the state could have significant state of the one hundred sixty thousand state and local public employees cover biting sure fewer than four hundred were eligible according to managing director Purcell officials of track the medications for the manufacturer to the pharmacy to the patient make sure people were given the same drugs and what home did work with a specialty pharmacy working it with one of the largest private hospital systems so they're working they're moving there's a represented from a company provide are ex that is escorted escorted patients of San Diego to Tijuana back across the border and so you know again I don't know if I could trust the medication Mexico but certain you know people are taking certain actions to get cheaper drugs ten state workers and participate in the program they believe the state a state over toward the twenty five thousand dollars California governor some is going to have a plan that will increase competition the generic drug marketplace having a a brands of prescription drugs that's California branded so now they're gonna compete with private enterprise and hopefully lower drug costs that way get not sure what that would do with the private market again they got to play this regatta tread very carefully the of the governors and no state has more at stake on the issue of healthcare we will use our market power and a moral power to demand fair prices for prescription drugs I will continue to move closer to ensuring healthcare for California the California law has required drug companies to report any price increases of the state generic drugs saw three your medium price increase of thirty seven point six percent and that was based on list drugs of drugs most prices present an article just council rebates so you know why are these crazy these prices skyrocketing so I I do like there is some transparency I don't like the idea of government control and I'm a little cautious and I'm a little nervous about how the states are pursuing Louisiana did something interesting they have the state to go she to deal to pay a flat fee for prescriptions for hepatitis C. drugs beginning last July the state began a quote subscription model treatment that officials say could cure tens of thousands who had hepatitis C. napa see drugs expensive it costs a few thousand a month for that one so they're starting to work on a program where they can get this high price medication thanks for others which could stop
Longest Smuggling Tunnel Is Found at U.S.-Mexico Border
"Customs and border protection agents announcing that they have discovered the longest smuggling tunnel ever found on the southwest border here's fox's Steve Rappaport federal authorities say the tunnel uncovered last August ran more than three quarters of a mile from Tijuana Mexico to the San Diego area is approximately five and a half feet tall and two feet wide as an average depth of seventy feet below the surface of the of the earth deputy chief border
Record-long U.S.-Mexico drug tunnel discovered
"Five it's being called the longest illegal underground tunnel ever discovered on the southern border from Tijuana San Diego nearly a mile long thirty suspect it's been used by drug cartels smuggle tons of drugs into the US from Mexico more from correspondent Pierre Thomas about seventy feet below ground a highly sophisticated total bill with an elevated rail system ventilation electrical cables and panels likely a multimillion dollar construction project by drug cartels which have the resources a fortune five hundred companies authorities suspect that the tunnel five and a half feet tall by two feet wide this contributed to the epidemic of overdose deaths here at home federal authorities say the tunnel shows Mexican drug cartels will try anything they can to get their illicit cargo into the United States where they find many willing
Record-long U.S.-Mexico drug tunnel discovered
"US customs and border protection agents today announced the discovery of a tunnel along the border with Mexico a very long tunnel CDS is Jeff to get a title runs three quarters of a mile and is the longest ever discovered by US officials we've seen an increase in drug seizures deputy chief Aaron hike he says smugglers move everything through the tunnels it's going to be people it's going to be narcotics the potential for weapons and ammunition ten miles away is another key smuggling route for Mexican drug cartels bordering Tijuana San Ysidro California is the busiest port of entry into North
US-Mexico border: 'Longest ever' smuggling tunnel discovered
"US authorities say they've discovered the longest smuggling tunnel ever found on the southwest border it stretches more than three quarters of a mile from an industrial site in Tijuana Mexico to the San Diego area US customs and border protection says it featured an extensive rail cart system forced air ventilation high voltage electrical cables and panels and an elevator at the tunnel entrance to the complex drainage
Longest ever tunnel discovered at the border
"News the U. S. as just discovered the longest smuggling tunnel ever on the southwest border customs and border protection says that tunnel stretches more than three quarters of a mile from Tijuana Mexico into the San Diego area it features an extensive rail card system forced air ventilation high voltage electrical cables a complex drainage system and an elevator at the tunnel entrance the discovery did not lead to any immediate arrests were seizures next longest tunnel was discovered in San Diego back in twenty fourteen it was about three thousand
Longest-ever border smuggling tunnel found stretching between Tijuana and San Diego, officials say
"A big discovery in the south west along the US border with Mexico today US authorities finding the longest smuggling tunnel ever in the southwest border U. S. customs and border protection officials say that the tunnel stretches more than three quarters of a mile from Tijuana Mexico into the San Diego area it features an extensive real card system forced air ventilation high voltage electrical cables and panels as well as an animal elevator into the tunnel
5th body found on Tijuana lot; suspect remains in custody
"We're learning more about a fifth body discovered in a Tijuana home the same one where a missing garden Grove couple was found Mexican authorities say they're searching for two more suspects in connection with the deaths all found buried on the same property a canine search team found the man's body
2 More Bodies Found At Tijuana Home Where Garden Grove Couple Buried
"Florence county couple found dead in Tijuana I'm city perky that's one of the stories we're following on AM seven sixty the son in law of a missing garden Grove couple is behind bars after the bodies were found buried beneath a dirt floor in a Tijuana home according to the union Tribune two more bodies were also found buried seventy year old his whose Ruben Gomez Gillan and his wife sixty five year old Maria to race like a lan went missing earlier this month authorities believe robbery may have been the motive for the
US couple found dead in Tijuana, son-in-law charged
"We have an update to a story about a missing garden Grove couple the bodies of hay Seuss beyond and Maria Lopez believed to have been found in Tijuana their son in law has been arrested they had driven it he wanted to collect rent from their tenants and when they didn't return the couple's daughter became concerned called police she tracked them with a find my phone app which show the couple was at their property in Tijuana police found two bodies there
US couple found dead in Tijuana, son-in-law charged
"We have an update to a story about a missing garden Grove couple the bodies of hay Seuss Gideon and Maria Lopez are believed to have been found today in Tijuana and their son in law has been arrested they have they had driven to Tijuana to collect rent from their tenants and we're scheduled to return today the couple's daughter became concerned and called police to track them with a find my phone app which showed the couple was at their property in Tijuana police found two bodies there buried in the mud they have not been positively identified but as we say the son in law has been
Soldier's mom deported to Mexico after 31 years in San Diego
"The mother of an army intelligence officer has been deported to Mexico after living in San Diego for thirty one years in San Diego KFMB TV's Richard Allen like the first single river your goal most pre to the very end for a miracle to be able to remain here in the country she's called home for the past thirty one years returning echoed her prayers I still held out hope for the very last minute that there would be a change in eye suspicion this was not to be moments after turning herself into federal authorities Thursday morning unbeknownst to her family she was taken into custody and transported to Tijuana
"tijuana" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio
"The advisory Tijuana leads the nation in malicious homicides with more than eighteen hundred this year alone now here's news H. netter rapport with your micro climate forecasts it's the day before winter it certainly does not feel that way we're looking at sunshine load amidst seventies for most of San Diego county today and tomorrow is gonna be very similar starting your weekend off with plenty of sun ridge of high pressure keeping things warm and then on Sunday we get clouds and cooler air before the next storm arrives early next week for M. seven sixty I'm new dates that you run for right now it's sunny and seventy three in Sam T. Mike Slater's next AM seven sixty talking breaking this is the live show you for AM seventy six K. F. M. Beez my sense of when seasons are supposed to begin in a way off I would guess no bill number first yeah winters November first I think so too some sometime in November yeah we get a maybe middle November yeah this is been chilly for awhile December twenty first is the winter gas weird this exist Mexico's controlled mechanisms endings responses so today's the what we call it the island of misfit notes the show of misfit notes so now I do the show prep is I've one document a word document and that's where I keep all my notes and old stories and then hi if we do the story I deleted gone and if I if it's not good then I delete it.
Father, son get stuck in Tijuana River Valley flood, prompting rescue
"Higher a man and his son were rescued this morning after getting stuck in flood waters in the Tijuana river valley news H. Chris grow has the story this was a father and son do while they were here from out of town for a father son vacation get this they were driving through this area to see the border wall instead they ended up needing the rescue have you ever done that this was it well where did you go up sun managed to get out of it on his own but his dad wound up on top of his nearly submerged
"tijuana" Discussed on The Nat Coombs Show
"Working. Missile Yeah Okay. been suggesting this this one and it's a really interesting thing because and it's a really interesting thing because although may feel dominated that here's the trivia question who's dominated in the NFL rivers. Yeah but that's just about right but they've actually met twice before it Rudolph and Mayfield of Split those two games so there we go that we go love dropping the heavyweight trivia. That just equate line before we get them out on the steelers at five and four still alive more than we. Could you see a given the way the wild card race is particularly competitive. Is there a realistic chance of the steelers thinking in the back door to you this game as the huge huge one for them and for the browns as well because the browns will think they've got an outside shot you know if they can sort of have a second half like they did last year but that's such a tough division that it's it's going to be difficult to catch the Ravens. Obviously you've got the division you so you have to think that apart from the South the AFC the AFC is looking like your divisions are said even though the chiefs you know don't have much of a lead right now you you sort of. You have to think that they're going to take that division in the end so the Patriots and the chiefs and the Ravens would look like three division winners. Then you've got the south and then you've you've got your your two wild card teams I think Pittsburgh's got to be in the running For one of those wildcards and really the you know the pit the Second Pittsburgh Baltimore Gamble turn out to be a huge one. We'll stay on the subject as we get into the mailbox to wrap might rope got in touch with us at the NC shows is how you get in touch with the show. We're on Instagram facebook. The old twitter pick your poison. Rub references the charges chiefs game on Monday which is in Mexico. Mexico gets a game and potentially a goody the as well robotics and I'm suspecting he might be a charges fan but let's see what you think might kind of bolts win signal run to the playoffs in the wide open you you know send San Diego always do this. It's and you know I think you know. I think when they're in Mexico they really should be called San Diego again if not one either if not yet about like a Tijuana chargers they say yeah. I'm surprised if if the raiders can move to Las Vegas some spice. The chargers can't move to Tijuana. Make it happen but anyway. I think you can't count the charges out. Although you know you keep seeing them winning ugly as were and you would really like to see them winning a game where they were they sort of dominate. And look really good instead of just instead of just sort of hanging in there and you know being pesky and biting at your by your ankles in eventually coming out with a win in the end. They thought that That colts game. If it wasn't Brian Hoyer You know they're they're probably they're probably not going to the probably having a tough time with that and You know it's funny. It's funny with the charges because they pretty much done this for all. All of the last one is fifteen years whatever. Injuries have been a factor in a lot of those years but the game against Oakland on on Thursday night. Yeah what was a good one from their point of view and Melvyn Melvin. Gordon looked looked. Good ran well and But but Rivers Oakland Got Two rivers and there were twenty penalties in that game. Three turnovers and They they just couldn't pull that that off and so I think at four and six. It's a longshot. Especially because the raiders are as I keep saying limited but playing. Well they're kind of the opposite of the chargers Richard Scott them doing th. They're actually doing what he wants to do. Very well in playing within themselves whereas the chargers always be playing either above or below the selves as a great proud of that parallel. Tim O.. Quick for you Mike Dean speaking ballet but club clues it clear that it isn't blind date and maybe it is. I'd always a big fan of the show and I think he appreciates my calling game with too many penalties of Blandino. I enjoyed that. How serious is the situation in? La and he's talking rams. As short mcveigh a two season wonders. That things are unraveling. How how worried should rams fans be about? It is a problem. It is a problem. Because they've hitched their their their wagon to jared Goff and and since the Super Bowl teams are not afraid of their offense. You know and when they don't have brandin cooks as they didn't Against Pittsburgh a AH again it takes away one of those dimensions to the offense depend on you. Know you don't have to worry about the deep threat from Cooper Cup so there in fact is on there. I mean you. You pointed out earlier in the season to us when we were doing the game on TV. Together the change in the offensive line in the. You've got a todd. Gurley elite is year on year. And certainly look at an eighteen months two years ago to now severely diminished. And Yeah you're right you would have a pilot. Brandin cooks missing missing regularly. It's no surprise that they haven't that's it and you know and I think it's obvious girly can't do a lot of the things that he used to do. which which which means? You don't have to worry about him so much I mean he's still got some power and burst but he doesn't seem to be able to cut the way he did. They're not running about on pass routes the way they dead and the offensive line I think Whitworth may have reached the end now. Yep He's he's you know he's a veteran has been there a long time They don't have they don't have a great offensive line this year and without those extra threats. It's it's very hard to keep defenses honest against you and as I said before with makeup. It's Patrick Teams. Have figured out ways to confuse. Jared Goff you know to make make his life more difficult and by taking Cooper Cup out of the game which is what the steelers dealers also did it left him with very little recourse in terms of offense and their defense hasn't been quite up to level. I think teams. I don't think people realize that sues loss would be as as serious as it was because although he didn't really seem to do much for the rams he was on it. Yeah Yeah. He was absorbing attention that made Aero Aaron. Donald a little bit more more effective so that you can you know we saw Blake Bortles for one play where he basically was incomplete on the bay. They ran on. They had an option. Run that they wanted to run. You know and I wouldn't be surprised if we saw a little bit more of that That that was my favorite favorite. Took Me Greg. We're talking about Monday. The next play they wheel about Jodi Heiki comes. That was. That was pretty awful. I mean the when when you're running fake punts and you your punter lines up only nine yards deep kind of obvious. Tell Yeah Johnny Hecker had that brilliant fake punt with Andy Lee where where they ran they ran basically. They ran the snap APP direct to the up man who then lateraled it back to the gun or coming from the side so it was a reverse and the governor lateral that back to Lee who just stood there watching change and then leave through throws this past which was basically just up in the air but everybody was psyched chose shots. I'm trying remember the receiver. Cedric comes back for it. Though you know runs underneath it and And then and then makes the catchy. We was Oh fairways Pharaoh Pharaoh Cooper that was just brilliant Royat. And that's what you gotta do and Johnny Hackers Great on fake punts. y'All can't but you can't make it obvious and that one was so obvious it it just. It just seemed futile question yesterday. Playing five aside playing in goal. Roll the ball to and each autumn. Not One of my teammates who took the ball. I must have wrote about two feet. Deep in our half of his he then went the whole way up the field and scored good. Does that count as an assist. Yes absolutely I'd be old. Basketball rule for assists is is. Is that if the player makes the shot without having to avoid another player you get assists and love it. But the hockey rule is you get two assists on a play so you just have to be involved in the place so I think under NHL rules. You get an assist. Thanks Buddy Mike Seal of approval so that is good good another.
"tijuana" Discussed on The Nat Coombs Show
"The list at number five I've got a tie between two guys who don't make some lists Bert Jones from the colts because his career was very a short injuries and stupid Colt Management. That Kevin Player was but jobs. So you're Jones was in the seventies basically Make they insist. Just I'm playing Mardi Domino's from Columbia ahead of Bir Jones for a couple of years on the colts Sunny Johnson who again was a backup for Washington and When they went to the Super Bowl and seventy three I think it was played in the playoffs in seventy four but not in the Super Bowl And juergens and strangely enough is probably the best passer certainly has the best relative faster rating of any of the guys on the list at number four Warren Moon who tops a lot of lists and you nothing against Warren Moon is all fame But you know if you count. He got to a lot of grey cups. If you want to count that Mike at number three is Randall Cunningham. The great who who came within one Gary Anderson Miss of a thirty eight yard field goal and it was the first miss of the season for Anderson against Atlanta from going to the Super Bowl and if if he had made that kick Chris Chandler could have been on our list I have seen and cutting him as one of the rare cases. Where a guy who had a really good regular season record not a losing record regular Bula season for his career? He's like eighty eighty two fifty two for seasons. So he comes in at three at number. Two is Philip rivers. Who May May? Hey Be overrating on this But rivers is an awful lot like Saudi Jackson in the sense that he's a really good pure passer Who Doc holds in the pocket which hasn't been able to get to the top number one is another guy who's very much like Philip rivers and another don? Coryell chargers connection Shen Dan fouts and fouts was probably the best pure passer of his ear. You know after Juergen Sanmen was was Dan fouts. What's that Dan Marino? I think you know in pretty pretty soon. You're pretty much up to Philip rivers as as guys who are pure passers on good teams but just can't quite quite get past. Last fouts came very close to get into a super bowl but just could do it and I think I think I'm pretty comfortable with him. As being the number one I saw Jay Cutler on some lists and thought why not Jeff George you know yeah I don't buy much as As you well know a lot of time Jay Cutler will we see Baker Mayfield on this list of we shoot for years. It's actually interesting. That's an interesting one. Because because you know Mayfield Mayfield one although saying Mayfield one is probably miss. Is the title the match up with Josh Allen in that Battle of the The number one first round picks from the two thousand eighteen draft. And and this Sunday you've got an even more interesting one because he goes up against Mason Rudolph for this. Does that even this Thursday. Sorry goes up against Mason. Rudolph who was the next quarterback pick after those four guys in the first round in twenty five guys is in the first round in two thousand eighteen But not until the third round and Rudolph and rivers a Rudolph End Mayfield played each the other three times in College Mayfield in Oklahoma and Rudolf Oklahoma State Rudolph One beat Oklahoma as a freshman. But then Mayfield came the next three years Oklahoma one that. But here's my trivia question for you in the NFL. The Mayfield. Rudolph battle stands ends at what stands at what it would help if I understood the question. WHO's one when when its head so well based on what you just said Baker Mayfield? It's one one actually a sneaky question. Oh sorry sorry. Excuse me now that out out under the steelers at five and four an impact the second uh-huh we just drop in some music. It's funny I sat there yesterday.
"tijuana" Discussed on Latino USA
"Lunches chicken soup and thirty s with spaghetti served as an alternative a red fruit punch is served in plastic cups. Then gonna make. Keeping order is minor Contreras. The YMCA's onsite administrator. He's a short stocky man who used to be a professional boxer his voice demands attention without being threatening. And the kids all seem to respect him. Maybe because he's so obviously cares about the place in about them at lunch. He shouts to make sure everyone's got something to eat. That. After retiring boxer minor worked as an auditor but living in Tijuana. He'd always see homeless kids on the street, which made them want to do something to help. So little over a year ago. He took this job at the Y for him working with these unaccompanied minors personal when he was nine years old his parents had to leave him miss by the semi make. I don't go enough. I'm Melia bought to get that done day. Your this lobotomy that gives the minor says that his parents had to give him up to another family because they had problems he won't go into much more detail. Nevertheless, not long after he ended up on the streets homeless. Minor says that the kids he made friends with the streets use drugs. What saved him was his love of sports boxing is that in Google? But is it is look as don't meeting basil. What is his minor says that he knows what it feels like to be on the street and have nothing to eat. He knows what it feels like to sleep on the floor. And that's why he wanted to work with these kids for the first seven months minor worked here, the YMCA served about sixty or seventy kids per month got up almost all chain mask us. He had the emblem. As the caravan arrived..
"tijuana" Discussed on KTOK
"Just really wouldn't be happy with it. I wouldn't be happy. But we have a lot of alternatives. Honestly, we have everybody look for the most part people agree. But I say everybody. I would say almost everybody we have to have border security. We have to have a wall in order to have border security. You cannot have border security without a wall. And then we can play games, and we can talk about technology. We can talk about drones flying around right now. Formed is an eight thousand person caravan and the caravan is heading our way, congratulations. We have another one we stopped the first one we stopped the second one. I wouldn't say that Tijuana's too happy, but they're happily living in Tijuana right now and a lot of them have gone back, but we stopped them. But it's very tough. And if we didn't have a wall in those areas, it would have been very hard to stop them. We have the military and we have the border patrol. They've done an incredible job in ice has done. An incredible job all over the country. Frankly, we've removed of MS thirteen and others out of our country. But if we had a wall, we wouldn't have that problem. It would be great. So we have a lot of alternatives. But I'm just honored that almost all of the Republicans voted for our Bill is the Bill that we were really focused on. But we had almost all of the Republicans. So the end result was fifty to forty seven. The Democrats lost one that came over to our side. So they pretty much held and we held and again, we we're missing two Republicans. They couldn't vote would not here..
"tijuana" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA
"In Tijuana only complicating the situation that isn't seemingly getting better any time soon for the migrant caravan, what weather is expected, and they're bracing for more migrants to arrive in the coming days. More than six thousand are already crammed into the tight area and resources are spread thin with so many living closely together in poor conditions health has become an issue more than sixty percent or suffering from respiratory infections. And there were confirmed cases of TB HIV lice, chicken pox and many skin infections. There also talks of opening a second shelter now in Tijuana Mexico. Jeff, Paul Fox News flanked by the leaders of Mexico and Canada, President Trump praised the signing today of the new US Mexico Canada trade agreement at the g twenty summit in Buenos Aires with our signatures today, we will formerly declare the intention of our three countries to replace. Nafta with the US MCA a truly groundbreaking achievement modern day agreement. President Trump also said he is optimistic about his meeting tomorrow with Chinese president Xi Jinping, he told reporters his team is working to resolve the trade war with China and said he was seeing some good signs from the country. But added, quote, we'll see what happens and Trump exchange pleasantries with the Saudi Crown prince in winter Sarah's today, the two are not expected to hold talks amid the controversy over the murder of Washington Post columnist Jamal Shoghi. The Florida Department of health in Pasco county has issued a rabies alert after a domestic animal was exposed to a raccoon that tested positive in the meadow point area. Officials say residents need to be aware that rabies is president in Wyoming present in wild animals and domestic animals are at risk if they are not vaccinated and operations are back to normal today after a terminal at Daytona Beach airport was evacuated when a ticking sound was heard coming from. Passengers checked luggage. But when.
"tijuana" Discussed on Hard Factor
"Trump said would be very smart if Mexico would stop the caravans long before they get to our southern border, or if originating countries would not let them form in the first place. So that's possible. Yeah. Sure. This this is just going to keep happening to you that people keep coming to Tijuana Tijuana is is going to get even crazier than than it always has been so don't put to Tijuana. What's a whistle shot? It's actually had one in. You wanna it's where they get some some some chick or or dude put your head back shakes it around pours tequila in your mouth while whistling and then shakes her head around again, basically gives you a headache. That's when they blow whistle blow. Whistle until you take a shot like pit bull style. At the beginning of Modine pit bulls. Also, then you get to watch it don't give focused six I didn't actually catch donkey show was with some girls. So go onto the internet, Amy. Irene stock says babies and kids are getting teargassed. How'd you Christians square with that? On this question yet, and then Raya rake hell Martinez says weren't Joseph Mary NGOs, refugees. So all right. Let's didn't turn out. So great for Jesus. They also got mistreated are the crayons and the Russians are going at and again, boys, Ukraine. They convened an emergency meeting of their so-called war cabinet on Sunday. And it's assumed that Russia had the same meeting, but they just called it a regular cabinet meeting. Yeah. This was after the former member of the Soviet Union accused Russia of having fired on three of its vessels in the Black Sea, injuring at least six sailors, which means they were really hurt because it's not like Ukrainian to complain. That's how you lose testicle. Cranny Ukrainians lose a finger, and it's like it was too cold. I just chopped it off. No big deal just life in the former USSR, man. So the Russia's federal security service also as Putin's wrench or the fuckers of pussy riot confirmed that they had seized three Ukrainian quote warships because they allegedly had trespassed into Russian territorial waters. Weapons were used to quote force. The Ukrainian worships to stop and three Ukrainian servicemembers were treated for minor injuries, aka loss of limbs or genitalia at a minimum. That's from Russia. The Ukrainian navy said to gun boats were struck by Russia or struck and rushing crews boarded and sees them and in a company ING tugboat. It's assume that tugboat was not struck because it was known to have been carrying the. Vodkas apply. No. That's not true. They all they all bought cone every every boat. Why even does Ukraine have an army if they're just gonna they just give up their worships so fucking easily. I mean seems like interesting. Yeah. Yeah. I mean, you you don't think they were just intimidated by the lots more Russian ships and just gave up their ships. I'm sure they went to what it is. Bigger ship. But why are they even there then? Because we should take out all forty two point five million of them. Apparently earlier in the day the Russians blocked all traffic under the Crimean bridge in the Kerch strait. And this is the only passage into the as of sea because of what it said was an approach by Ukrainian vessels. So the Russians Ukrainians come in and said, not not the spokesperson for Putin's wrench or the FSP claimed the Ukraine failed to notify Russia that it ships were planning to use the straight to which the Ukrainian said NIA, well, both Ukraine Russia and said that no the Ukrainians denied it Ukrainians are like oh..
"tijuana" Discussed on KZSC 88.1 FM Santa Cruz
"Case, I think this is just one more piece of the assault attack against immigrants that has been happening since this administration began there have been limits on immigration judges authority there have been attempts to dismantle Dhaka and other forms of relief TPS. So this is just an affront assault on asylum directly and to try as the judge was pointing out to. To eliminate the asylum program by drawing this comparison, or attaching it somehow to ports of entry that really have nothing to do with who is eligible who has a meritorious claim for asylum district court judge Sean tiger asked probing questions have both sides. But he did not say when he will issue. His ruling he's expected to real quickly. Which in this case probably means days rather than weeks? However, he rules. The case could well be appealed to the ninth circuit appeals court, and ultimately to the US cream court reporting from the federal district court house in San Francisco. I'm Christopher Martinez. The United States closed off northbound traffic for several hours at the busiest border crossing with Mexico to install new security barriers today a day after hundreds of Tijuana residents protested against the presence of thousands of Central American migrants. Tensions have Bill as nearly three thousand migrants from the caravan poured into Tijuana in recent days after more than a month on the road, and with many more months likely ahead of them while they seek asylum in the United States, the federal government of Mexico estimates the number of migrants could soon swelled to ten thousand Tijuana aid groups, say, they're overwhelmed and more federal government. Help is needed. Mario. As soon is with social development of Tijuana. He spoke through an interpreter on Deutsche Avella, Dante. I wanna simply not bad for this. No, contingency funds. We rely on the federal government. Shelter. Provider.
"tijuana" Discussed on KFI AM 640
"People of Tijuana. They say their parks and clinics are overcrowded. Over the weekend where police were called in to control the heated debate between caravanners and residents members of the LGBT community from Honduras say they've been threatened and been holed up at an undisclosed location. It's estimated a few hundred or already in TJ with up to another five thousand expected in the coming weeks near the border, Steve Gregory, KFI news to cops invite sale you have been arrested and face several felony charges. Thirteen year veterans Brian Ferrara and Shane Logan are accused of filing false police reports conspiracy perjury and unauthorized DMV record disclosures. The cops turn themselves in on Friday. The DA's office says it has reviewed and dismissed nearly forty defendants who had cases from investigations related to the two officers, and they expect to dismiss more as the investigation continues. Both men have been named officer of the year in the past if found guilty they could face eleven to twenty five years in prison. Rossio Rivera KFI news, President Trump says the US has responded harshly to the killing of Saudi journalists Jamal kashogi. But will not end it's alliance with the Saudis Trump conferred suppositories Sunday that he has obtained a recording of kashogi staff. We have the tape. I don't wanna hear the tape. No reason for me to hear the tape because it's a suffering tape. It's a terrible Trump suggested people may never really know whether the crown prince was involved, but he says the US has sanctioned several people involved in the killing Trump says the US alliance with the Saudis has been good in many ways the European Union announced today, it's banning eighteen Saudis allegedly linked to the killing from entering twenty-six European countries.
"tijuana" Discussed on PRI's The World
"Of the reasons that there was a lot of anger from residents of of teak Qana about the people who were sleeping on the beach because they had heard about this facility being opened up by the government, and they were angry that a lot of migrants were choosing to stay out on the beach where they just didn't like the side of them yesterday you wash two women and a child. Cross offense somehow at the the beach in Tijuana and then turn themselves into border patrol. You actually recorded part of the scene. So tell us what's going on here. So I started recording after I noticed people gathering around the fence and screaming as you see there. There's shouting out. They were encouraging these women who could just somehow crossed the border fence to keep going into keep walking. And there's there's two women and a child who had somehow crossed the fence and were walking straight into a group of border patrol officers. That's pretty brazen. Is that a violation of the new rules? Yes. The husband of one of the women who who crossed the fence yesterday was telling I asked him. I was like does she not know that the Trump administration has moved to no longer grant asylum to people who across legally in and he just sort of shocked and said, well, we don't understand what's going on. And we're just hoping that regardless of what the president has said she'll be able to to get. Silom Jin Guerrero is investigative reporter a KPI. She's also the author of crooks a cross-border memoir, she's been speaking with us from Tijuana. Thank you very much. Jane?.
"tijuana" Discussed on PRI's The World
"I'm Marco werman, a group of migrants from Central America reaches Tijuana, some decide to cross into California illegally despite new US rules designed to prevent that one migrant appeared not to know anything about this rules. He just sort of shocked and said, well, we don't understand what's going on. And we're just hoping that whatever happens. It's supposed to happen. Very different story for a young family from era welcomed as refugees in Canada, where the kids just saw snow for the first time they came thundering up the stairs and ran out and closer is put their faces up to the sky inserted twirling and singing and dancing. The video went viral those stories and much more today here on the world. I'm Marco werman. And you're with the world. They've come foulland's of miles over the last month or so migrants. From that first caravan we've been hearing about have started to arrive in Tijuana, Mexico, that's just across the southern US border. We're talking hundreds of people here. Several thousand more migrants from Central America are still heading north through Mexico. Some of the migrants who made it two to one or later seen climbing over the tall steel border fence and onto US soil the goal of many in this group of travelers is to seek asylum in the US, but a lot of them don't know about the new restrictions on asylum. Put in place by the Trump administration jingle is a reporter, a K PBS and San Diego, she's in Tijuana where she says things got tense last night between local residents and a group of migrants camped on a beach. I spoke to some of the activists who their last night who say that the mob of residents about forty or fifty people came out and started telling people in the migrant caravan that they wanted them to leave that they were not welcome in Tijuana allegedly were using racial slurs against some members of the caravan. And some of the activists about a dozen of the actress linked arms to try and create a barricade 'cause they wanted to let these. Families sleep. I'm protect them from these residents were angry about them being there, and they say that they were attacked that they were kicked and punched and I didn't see this with my own eyes. So haven't verified this. But this is what they were telling me and actually while I was there. I actually saw many residents going up to members of the caravan and telling them that they weren't welcome that they were worried that the caravan was going to create such an outrage from the US government that it was going to hurt their own chances of being able to cross into the United States. So there's a lot of chances of these Mexicans who wanted to cry. Yeah. Yeah. Not a legal your, but there's there's a lot of people in Tijuana who work in the US or who crossed the border for shopping and tourism purposes, because we're already seeing some lane closures at the port of entry in response to this caravan. There's a lot of people in Tijuana who are angry that the caravan is going to create a situation where it makes it harder for them to have their cross-border lives. So at least these migrants had these activists who had their back, but I'm just wondering how did they react to this aggression? They told me that that a couple of the activists had no choice, but to defend themselves. One guy who I talked. You told me that that some some of the activists in Savas started throwing rocks. And so it became a violent sort of scuffle on both sides. But that the federal police officers who were there monitoring, the situation didn't do anything to stop the aggression on either side, it appears that they had received instructions to not interfere because it it could. Potentially escalate the situation. So gene where have you been today in T one, and what have you seen? So I'm at this sports facility. It's called Nonni guy Avenida quarters and this neighborhood of Tijuana called the Sony Norte, the city has has basically their equipping this place to become an improvised shelter for the caravan migrants. The maximum capacity is about two thousand people there is basketball court there's some outdoor areas, but so far they've only received about two hundred fifty people as of last night when they opened this area up and actually one.
"tijuana" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"Could build instead of building a new airport and seeing gall us bill bridge across the fence and you would actually be able to access the tijuana airport and so they built this great you know great situation where you check in in the united states and then you go to mexico and take your flight and san want to become the giant metro area to to cities across the border that actually think like they're a city and i have the mayor actually interviewed for the book says you know we're a single metro region which is fascinating but when donald trump flew down to the border to answer your question when he flew to the look at the the models of the border fence the mayor of san diego came out i'm paraphrasing him it said something very elegant and he's a republican he's a conservative republican and said i'm looking forward to meeting with the president later today to tell them all the great things that we're doing with mexico and it was that subtle shift that you hear and whether you it's from the governor of arizona who's also conservative republican or the governor of texas and other conservative republican mayor san diego you know a lot of things are going on even in politics where people are just solving problems together you hear from the auto companies i mean you've seen the congress you've seen governor's saying don't tear up nafta regardless of ideologies just because the auto industry the airplane industry the nail industry matters for workers on both sides of the border and and i think those things will dominate over ideology and they probably have constituents that may live in san diego go to work in tijuana vice versa i mean go shopping on saturday in tijuana come back home to san diego a big part of what work between cedeno on a to me a lot of his economic and a lot was the airport and you know it was great great story but but a lot of it was also cultural tijuana has great culinary scene and as someone who lived there before it had it had a great street culinary scene now it's got highend cuisine it's got a wine country to the south a lot of people discovered tijuana as this great fantastic slightly edgy place that they could go to good music scene too so that was part of the coming together as well catches up on the politics right now in mexico there's a presidential election coming up on july first the leading candidate is untraced manuel lopez over door yes is known as right and he's a traditional leftists he favors renegotiating nafta with higher wages for mexican workers reducing trade with the us is supported by the working class the young and also highly educated mexicans he's hard corruption can he first of all deliver what he's promising and what is that going to mean for relations with the us if he if he wins he's twenty points ahead in the in the poll averages out there so it's unlikely that he won't win anything can happen but it's unlikely i of course he can't deliver i'm east promise the moon and so i i don't think he can on the other hand he is he's a personally austere person which after the you know going through presidents who were other politicians who have been less than honest people are gravitating to that a lot and you know he may fix some things he may unfixed some other things that it's too early to know i think he has a pragmatic idea about relationship with the us i talked to him early in writing the book actually i think he i think he has a pragmatic sense of dealing with donald trump is not a big fan of the us he doesn't speak english but he gets the fact that the us matters for mexico and so i think he's likely to deal with with president trump and the us government to the extent he has to but he's maybe a little likelier to hit back or not cooperate on some things that we've come to expect from mexico order a trade agreement continue to bring us closer together can can you speak to cynics who feel as though relations are getting worse it does seem that way on the surface you know the the i actually did a list as i was writing the conclusion to figure out you know if i thought it was really still getting better to go with positives the negatives and i.
"tijuana" Discussed on The Adam Carolla Show
"Not if low riders playing jackie now but he used the if you can find the joke are just the transcription of it or somebody used to whip it out right and snap it go this is american express in oversize switchblade or some other times via machete well it was hard to say that he didn't wanna say machete but it was foolish now machete i only saw the switch played it's funny 'cause i don't i have the the switch the deal was when i was a kid if you wanted to get a switchblade you had to go to tijuana then have here and just buy it was like m eighties and switchblades had to go you had to go there there were legal here so that i had that the machete feel like get that at the hardware store little less to clear rot it seemed like every movie a white kid yeah that was a white guy knife you know what i mean yeah yeah that was also it's not it's not that intimidating a weapon it's really the surprise part of it it's the column could go to any right you gotta any steakhouse in the nation and pull out a more formidable knife the knife they give you when they drop off your sirloin is actually look scarier than a switch play depending on the restaurant for sure for sure ap l yeah but you know what all the pens on context and location because if you're on the airplane and you pull out a snake knife you might be able to take over the whole plane yeah so it just depends on what you wear it is at a steakhouse you you go oh there's going to be a knife here but for like in an alley and you pull out a snake knife i think that's gonna be just as scary as a switchblade there is a difference between stiletto switchblade.
"tijuana" Discussed on KFI AM 640
"You're walking back from tijuana you and i would show our us passport and then we'd be allowed to continue on they say we don't have anything we're here to claim asylum then they are taken into custody essentially they go into detainment and then that begins the process eventually a federal agent will interview them to say okay tell me your story if their story is plausible and and fits into the asylum laws then they'll be sent into the system and then they'll stay in detainment and continue on through the the the process of the immigration courts maybe at some point being allowed to go with gps monitoring indecisively and that's the problem right there is that some will disappear in that process and never show back up for court or or not be monitored if the the federal agents says you don't have a case or it's not believable there deported almost immediately back to their home countries so i they've gotta make that case to the federal agent to say here's why we need asylum in the us now is in a separate entrance i'm assuming it's a separate gay they're just not going through the same gate is everybody else where thousands and our go through they're going through the main door in fact that's where they've been camped out there's been two groups one the bigger group outside of the building itself before you get into the system of hallways and then another that is after you've gone over the bridge and come down right before you go into the port of entry for the us they're outside that door so they walk in the main door they have to declare amnon the their their asylum case there and then then they go into a backroom entertainment almost like a jail in the back so all they have to do is walk up and the border patrol will stop them like they stop everybody and ask a question and i've been from tijuana in the states if you look like you're an american and it looks like they don't have a problem they wave you through god help you if you're hispanic everybody gets stopped when they're hispanic at that point are you an american citizen the border patrol asks does the driver or passenger simply say we're requesting asylum.
"tijuana" Discussed on Let's Talk Bitcoin!
"Back from oxo yeah which would really put on a big demand for ios dash atms all over the united states team thousand in mexico that there uh i mean this is only working in mexico right now so that's a i gotta go to tijuana and meet with this guy in in rattle as chain until anttila though i can get him on board well i think there's a huge market there if you can if you can solve that problem um i i think people would be a path to your door right and that would be awesome i i i know even americans that are trying to get themselves out of the united states might wanna live in mexico right that would be a great way to get their money on one side of the border to the other you know or their usual payments and so forth uh joe had accent money out i had to pay a few bills uh and i didn't want to use my bank account and i would send that dashed people or whatever it is in the us in have them go on the bill forming ill yeah let's uh i know i just was recently looking at western union from the states the here and uh the exchange rate was horrible i'd lose like on a thousand dollar transaction i lose like 45 bucks on the on the uh you know the the exchange rate they give you on top of the fee that they charging for sending it you know so people are getting killed and i know they're getting killed sending money in it's it's a lot all right well i think we cover quite a bit.
"tijuana" Discussed on News Radio WGOW
"A few problems out there now a gun barrel road and shall afford an accident with injuries and a couple of hundred vendors signal mountain road at mountain creek world and old dallas road at sharon's circle all right and who can we have here we have a little herbal stephane the tijuana brass budget well they actually from tijuana mexico but that they are that tijuana south burners spanish in influence there you have a penalty honor guard now is one of i the only time i've ever been to mexico is i went to tijuana once and i was like nineteen years and i was out in california with a couple of bodies we had a friend who lived down in los angeles and grab the car we went down to san diego our buddy said you know have you ever been a tijuana was a pretty fun time go down there there's like no laws is speech it's chaos it's a good time good time for a nineteen year old there's no drinking age there's like no rules there's no laws there's no regulations anything goes into your watt so we we took a family vacation to dallas once somewhere around their alam oppose el paso or what what we did crossed the border and a couple of hours in mexico where life but what an tried to buy some trinkets and this adds up haggle the prices that yeah yeah yeah and then back wicket so that's why we did so we drove down a san diego we literally parked in a walmart parking lot like right on the the border and you you just you walk across the border we walked across the bridge you know through the the border patrol we flashed our ideas and.