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"angusta" Discussed on On The Table Gaming

On The Table Gaming

08:36 min | Last month

"angusta" Discussed on On The Table Gaming

"Relations game place. He beans until one. But if i had to choose one Difficult to choose. I think that is will be to do something new that no one else has already thought about it. Wink wink or discover something new and develop pits until finding the best of the mutation a half soul of inventory and hangar to great new things in the and then share this. Discover this invention to the community. Whatever will be the shape or way. Well that sounds exciting. Fun the more things we can do to get people playing the game. The better i think. So what are your thoughts on the upcoming great joys. Then well they lose weight the games. I already played with them and against them. I enjoy that a lot because they function entity is unique and really will represented from books to this game. Also the new pillet mechanics are excellent. And i think they are as solid action that blaze his own style excelllent healing and frankie mechanics june. It's really persistent and annoying for your opponent. If you're play them well also. They are cheap units and i love some tactic in the thick satires. The cracking swath. I think is a win option. That conditions hallowed your enemy choice on the tactics world. Yeah it's really cool to see cards that you can play that. Make them after. Think about you know everything do so. They claim his own. They've got to pay a price and that'll be really fun to to get more practice in with the. I love this masonic about the jewish. Maybe the automakers you need with eric. I know mike on avon gray and see us will be eyestone to break but now it's too soon and we. We're seeing the future this unit action. Yeah i'm excited. Are there any characters or mechanics. He'd like to see explored Lots to talk here. I like to see the whole without banners with lady john hart. The house are in with his chinese calgary knights. Of course they house martell. I help will arrive soon. This universe i think will bring us lot of new fax factions on it. Simply huge. I would love to see in future. Some representatives also of house than darian kenington. Gotta look yeah. They are so cool and also more unison factions. Maybe from the other side of the narrow she that would be cool. Yeah of course. I reserve the west to the end. The other faction where. I especially want to say thank you taste for your brilliant contributions with your the others found may factions both the original version one point zero and the dated one way to thank you and that was about by jahic burr. But it's good to hear that people are still getting the test out and experiment with them. Do you think we'll get the others faction. Someday i pray for this indeed. I tasted some mere tours of workers as by aladdin mini-truce or ice spiders with his writers. And i personally made upon version of the night king on his dombi dragon be syrian. May bite mcfarland. At really affordable price by the way in the commercial advertising. Here joke integration. I use one to say that. I love this fan made faction a lot and i hope that the book winds of winter will bring us defection officially into game. That will be amazing young also about your initial question the new mechanics to improve in this game. I would like to say that. I think that the best word games are those that every unit or ability can be contradict or nullify somehow if your opponent is smart enough or skit for these like those games where overboard on. An unstoppable unit can win the game by himself. No matter what your opponent us or against them. I mean the classic devastat concept you know. I can simplify this concept saying that. I really like the games like rock paper scissors or if you want. Can we improve it with this out on facebook because we so i mean that those games where everyone in the game can be defeated choosing. The right tool are call for me in this line of thought. I would love to see for this game. Some new game mechanics for example. When to remove positive tokens to enemy units. Sata's faith or pillet or corpse tokens. Those new positive tokens that anti now. There is no any mechanic for the enemy to remove them from the whether you think i will this so having the way to remove token somehow like a positive token. Oh that can be really. That's unexplored territory. I think they could definitely be something down the line. Yeah because to can remove. Negative tokens atas panic attack. And can. but not the positive tokens. I would like to see new game mechanics to an link enemy night. What's boats or persistent cards. That remain attached to unit antolin of the round. Sata's stygian in unstoppable advance or off the ground and so on nowadays are untold by the opponent and remove. Then no way. I think this will improve to and finally i would like to see mechanics or remove the tokens from your own units for example to use the powder twice around. If you play them well. I think this will be an interesting mechanic but not happy not overpowered dust. More fun yeah. I wonder if like feature factions if there's room to start incorporating some of those elements and bringing them into the game. I hope so. So where can people find your content and any upcoming projects people should know about. You can find me out. I don't throw them both. Michael with additional content of this brilliant wargame half been allowed me in many ways. Of course the podcast on boxing's. Bdo's within articles in blogs fund made translations and leagues and tournaments us organizer also a sponsor of those events making free throws of unit boxes between listeners. And i think a little bit. We will see what future bring us. Maybe some more collaborations and interviews new women's staff related with this game for sure. And i have some prices. That are almost ready wink all right. Well i'm looking forward to finding out more and Thank you so much for coming on a before we wrap things up For those that are maybe listening and are spanish speakers. Is there a message. You'd want to say to them in spanish. Those e one of as the wisconsin. I see all right. I'll take your word at that. Yes if you let me and gorgeous absolutely okay. Finally i want to say. Thank you to all my friends and collaborators. That's made these three impossible me loose ball. Tango also be lamb. Winkler your next learn a lot angusta war and also to the people the we have interview it and participated in some of our programs. Sata's the developer and designer for your and magazine and of course the retail creatives recruiters ella gralow hamanaka. 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"angusta" Discussed on Podcast RadioViajera

Podcast RadioViajera

03:01 min | Last month

"angusta" Discussed on Podcast RadioViajera

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"angusta" Discussed on Life, Honey & Missy

Life, Honey & Missy

03:16 min | 6 months ago

"angusta" Discussed on Life, Honey & Missy

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"angusta" Discussed on FoodStuff

FoodStuff

07:12 min | 8 months ago

"angusta" Discussed on FoodStuff

"Vocal bomb and today. We've got a classic episode for You about the GIN and tonic. Which is one of my very favorite both drinks and episode, because it has one of my favorite cocktail facts about cocktails that I probably of this backs the many facts. We've learned throughout this journey. It's one of the ones I use the most. That probably annoys my friends because they've heard it before and every time I'm like. Did you know malaria in the tonic insert story? Yeah. It's well. It's a good story Yeah, this. This is a very early episode back from a twenty seventeen and Yeah, yeah I. I usually don't drink gin and tonic. It's kind of like a treat for me I. I try to avoid sweetened sodas in in my cocktails. I'm more likely to order a Jenin Soda. Probably probably with some bidders in it, but and it is agenda tonic is is delicious. It's so shing. and I I know we've talked about it before, but I was. Jan is one of my favorite. Alcohol's now. It took me so long. Come to gin and tonic, I know it has are at least my friends. Tell me as a reputation as an old drink. But I never had that association with it and I didn't come along until fairly recently. And I just I adore it's. An and I know we've also said before, but we. From this episode we got to do two videos, not one but two. We got to make Gen with old fourth distillery. Our friends over at old fourth distillery and we got to have a nine am. Eight hundred twenty one bidders. Yeah, yeah, it was both were incredibly delightful. Those videos are still available I believe on Youtube and Other places as well. Maybe yes. And Oh, it was. It was really spectacular. Get both both processes not just the the having cocktails at nine am part. Of the way, no, no! It was fine. It was fine eighteen twenty one bidders is is shipping by the way, and they do really spectacular I'm not sure at the last time I checked. They're tonic. Syrup was sold out but yeah. Oh, they do a great great line, a better, really beautiful stuff. Yeah in the tonic, Syrup is amazing. It's so good and really really just increases year your capacity to put that that Queen Flavor into various other things. But yeah. The the GIN and tonic in general has been seeing a bit of popularity right now. especially in canned form like even outside of the United Kingdom. Off I know a canned cocktails in general are rising in popularity, especially in the US and Japan I'm sure you've seen all of those Seltzer which I am still a little bit perturbed by but that's that's okay. apparently after an episode of fleabag aired that featured leading characters, drinking canned gin and tonics, specifically from marks and Spencer marks and Spencer, GIN and tonic sales spiked twenty four percent. That's excellent. I love that I must have this experience. Immediately. Right Oh it's beautiful and I'm also seeing a lot of buzz about pink gin and tonic out of the UK and Pink Gin being Amgen with Angusta bidders added. Pets, because there's also. At the many food festivals. We used to attend when that was a thing. Oh! Always always I think it was beef eater would be there, and they would have like a pink, just everything pink booth. And I guess it was for their Pink Gin, but I always assumed it was sort of A. Sort of is but yeah. I mean it turns a lovely color. Pink and pink has been very popular color these past few years so. I don't know they also hand out I have. Several a pink fanny packs from. because. They give them out at these events. So I am the most stylish. I'm so ready to spend summer being so stylish in my apartment. Everyone's GonNa Miss L. Pants. I demand instagram photos. Oh it's going to be. I'm going to be so happening I want let around to see any style corner. Yeah, yes. Oh and and also I. Guess I guess after eight that that Nestle brand that makes the little the little after dinner chocolate. Yeah they released a gin and tonic and mint flavor. I think in Germany, but the packaging is an English. I'm very confused Interesting Yeah I guess all that too seemed like it was well reviewed. I'm struggling to imagine meant going particularly well in that combination of flavors but But you know. I'm happy if people are happy. We always want that law when I did my cursory gin and tonic search. I think the two things that stood out to me. was. One this Australia distillery accidentally. Filled bottles of what was labeled as Jin with hand sanitizer. Oh no, but luckily it was all fine. no one was seriously injured, but one I think. ginge anchor lifter of review that said it was horrible. Oh No. Oh dear, yes, but it all corrected. It was fine, and then not gin and tonic related at all, but made me giggle. A result came up. That said Delta is introducing. Beer and wine flights which. 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"angusta" Discussed on H-sana

H-sana

05:50 min | 9 months ago

"angusta" Discussed on H-sana

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"angusta" Discussed on Stuff Mom Never Told You

Stuff Mom Never Told You

06:59 min | 10 months ago

"angusta" Discussed on Stuff Mom Never Told You

"And it's definitely on the rise at least the diagnosis of it for instance in two thousand twelve. Reuters reported that Diet. Disorders were up twelve hundred percent since nineteen eighty, and this really isn't news. I mean we hear about all the time like Oh, Americans are more depressed than ever before. We're more anxious than ever before. Other countries don't have these problems that we're having what's going on. So what is going on in the thing is that's a very tough question to answer because there's no one factor that explains anxiety, disorders or psychiatrist George macari put it more poetically in the New, York Times. He said quote, the implicate possible symphonic interaction, DNA hormones, neurons, anticipatory fantasies, memories, and thoughts as well as the constraints and opportunities of our culture. Though it's inescapable, yeah is what I'm an complex. Yeah, and so not only do. We want to talk about this, because selfishly because we struggle with anxiety and also forty million Americans struggle with anxiety, but also because like Kristen said it reportedly effects twice as many women. But first, let's take a moment and look at the language of anxiety. Because to me, this is relevant to how we how we're talking about. In considering anxiety today, because anxiety is such a catch, all term because it can mean something diagnostic, or it can just mean. Feeling nervous about having to take a test or record, a podcast is very normal kinds of feelings. And written descriptions of anxiety go back to ancient. Greece, and Rome, but it's really not until the early nineteenth century that closer medical examinations and descriptions of anxiety emerge, and this was something that psychiatrist macari was writing about and the New York Times and I really enjoyed him laying out how it. Takes on different meanings within different languages. Yeah in French for instance we have the word Anguilla which equates to tortured misery. That sounds pleasant the German word angst, which that should sound familiar as that foreboding feeling in the pit of your stomach like when you're me and you walk into a room full of people. The Spanish have the word anger studio. which is that breathless panic that I experience? And in Britain, the word panic derived from the Greek myth of the God pan. WHO's Woodsy rabble-rousing? Induce terror pan like the half goat half man guy who like messed with people. I remember where we were. He was a woodsy rabble rouser. You weren't. Well, but it was actually old Freud. Who was the first aucoin anxiety as we think of it today? And he called it signal anxiety, and he was the first to propose it being purely physiologically, and of course roy to Sam things I just had to do with sacks. Of course he thought that it was a result of essentially your libido, being all clogged up and. Needed to have more and better sex. I don't want I. clogged up no I reject that in my brain. Yeah he talked about signaling. Zayed's being that small amount of anticipatory discomfort, basically that leads you to like snowball into anxiety spiral. But in Freud's terms could it be like anxious China? Yeah, I'm sure. He didn't think that I would be surprised. But even today's some clinicians and anxiety sufferers worry that the way we talk about anxiety is still too nebulous and casual because I mean. Especially like clinically is. Already murky and and the fact that we don't have more precise language to define it is why some people think that we still don't fully understand, maybe reflects how fully understand it because like I said just a minute ago. Anxiety has multiple meanings, but when it comes to the diagnostic criteria, anxiety is already. Murky territory so the fact that we don't have more precise language maybe reflects how there are so many question marks when it comes to what is causing this on an individual level, because are theories about our nervous system acting past trauma imprinted on the brain cultural technological forces making life unbearable, because seriously instagram makes everything looks so. Why can't we have instagram filters for our lives IRL. There are questions of genetic, or maybe it's just like a hodgepodge of all of these things so. I mean I guess in a way to? That's an awful lot for one word to sum up. Yeah, that's why I like all those all the foreign words. That sounds like a really American thing to say four and words of Foreign Wars France fries. I don't know I. Like the Spanish word better just the idea of breathless panic because I'm like Oh my God a word for my life. And honesty. It just sounds. A. Little Romance to it I. Like it yeah Zaidi's romantic. Could namer that. Oh, poor girl, but personally I did like Patricia Pearson's definition of it in her anxiety memoir, a brief history history of anxiety. She defined it as fear in search of a 'cause. It's so perfect because I think she talks about as does anyone who struggles with anxiety and myself. She talks about how even when things are going great. Your brains still is in like seek and destroy mode in terms of like i. need to find something to be worried about because it's again like I was saying earlier. It's baseline state for a lot of people, so if something's going really well and I mean this is something that I've worked through with my therapist. I've definitely gotten the stereotypical therapist question of like. Are you just causing trouble for yourself, because things are going really well in your life, and it's like well. Yeah probably all August here. I know I feel like if I were named that I, would totally like Victorian garb on a fainting couch. 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"angusta" Discussed on Podcast RadioViajera

Podcast RadioViajera

04:01 min | 10 months ago

"angusta" Discussed on Podcast RadioViajera

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"angusta" Discussed on Podcast RadioViajera

Podcast RadioViajera

07:24 min | 1 year ago

"angusta" Discussed on Podcast RadioViajera

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"angusta" Discussed on The Guardian Books Podcast

The Guardian Books Podcast

14:05 min | 1 year ago

"angusta" Discussed on The Guardian Books Podcast

"Guardian books. Podcast with me. Clara armistead Lee Richard. Leave this week. Maza stay takes us back to the nineteen thirties with a novel of Ethiopian Women Fighting Back Against Fascist Italy and later in the show. We'll be talking with journalist and biographer identity. Miriam about why this landlocked country in the Horn of Africa is having a bit of moment after exploring the Ethiopian Revolution of the Nineteen Seventies. Her debut novel beneath the Lions Gays Moslem Angusta delves further back into the country's history with the shadow king the novel Charts Mussolini's invasion of Ethiopia in nineteen thirty five and the brutality which followed shedding light on the women whose part in the struggle has been raised from history when she came into the studio to talk to Richard. She began by reading a passage from the novel. Astor accuses her maid of stealing a necklace and has gone to the servant's room to conduct search. She is standing below the window. The blanket and gun dangling from her hand a stench that he wrote has never gotten used to spy. It comes from a short stack of stones near the entrance. Where as a boy cue? Donald learned to slaughter sheep for Special Occasions Beneath. Those stones. Is a small shallow ditch. Where blood used to flow. That's what you smell. The Cook set to her when she first arrived at the house. It's the rot of blood. You'll get used to it. Still in. The room is the stink of old blood of helpless animals of the PISS and excrement that seeped into dirt instinct and fear working together. Who's gun is this? He says it's mine. The rifle was. He Roots Fathers Most prized possession. It was too big for the small crate so here it kept it tucked into the pile of Straw and blanket that she uses as a mattress all of it covered by a large sheet that she knots at the corners to keep intact on those nights. When she is at her most tired she sleeps so she can feel the rifle by her side and pretend it his mother's arm as their holds the rifle to light. It's old. She says she runs a finger over the five grooves in the barrel marks that he roots father said helped him count the Italians he killed. Do you know how to use it? She weighs its heft testing its balance. My father taught me like he taught my brothers. She presses the but against her shoulder. One Hand steadying the barrel. Where did you get it from home? Heated says home exactly five kilometers from this place. That is also called us. Thank you Donna's. House five kilometers a distance that heated will not comprehend until later when she realizes that all things even those things lost can be put down on paper and measured what she comprehend standing at the threshold of her tiny room staring at us. There is that even if she could run back at a fast sprint. It would not decrease the distance separating her from the plot of land that holds her parents. Bones she is far from home far from home indeed. Thanks for that So where did this story start? Why did you want to tell the story of the women who fought in the war between Ethiopia and Fascist Italy? When I when I first started this story I had no. I really had no idea about the women who fought in war. I was initially going to tell the story of the war as I had been told it by family by friends. Just by common knowledge in Ethiopia and that story was a group of fighters gathering together. An army in Ethiopia rising up to confront one of Europe's most technologically advanced militaries at that time. I imagine the men because that's all we ever talked about. Soldiers were men People who would point out people who had fought they were all men I didn't know as a child that there was any other possibility in war or infighting and as I grew older I had been so inspired by this story that I had a feeling when I was even thinking about writing that this was a story would like to put down on paper once. I started researching this to actually write it however I started finding small bits of information about women women who were more actively involved than I had thought and then I would find a photograph here or there then I would find a headline and newspaper article and thought. Why did I ever hear about this because when you stop to look that they were along all along and we had forgotten because they had been written about they had been documented brief in brief moments and I? I turned this book around. I started revising editing rewriting everything again and moved along. It took several more years of writing and then when I was almost done with it I happened to be on a last minute. Research trip in Ethiopia and it had been a road trip so my mother and I were driving with a cousin of mine for about nine hours through the hill highlands of Ethiopia talking about the book stopping a different places that I needed to look at and it wasn't until we came back to Eddie Saba. We came back home. I'm telling her about other research. And she just casually mentioned that and my great grandmother had been in the war. I just remember it was one of those moments where you. I'm just truly stunned at the information that just fell in front of me so casually. She's just is it. Why didn't you tell me this before? I have been doing this for years. And she said well you never asked and that was also something that I hadn't thought to ask was this in my family. Even as I was researching I never knew that. That was a question to ask Now I do now. I'm asking everything I can think of but I had no idea at that time and I I had already done research. I knew that these women existed but now it confirmed for me that these these women there was one in my own family under these stories has been in some sense. Put aside yes you also I mean. Do you ever war scoffing. At abyssinia alongside Old Ato in his beloved y zero nurse in front of their heart proclaiming. There is nothing that can come from this book. Blood and more blood. Was this another thing you were driving at the idea of putting these kind of famous white writers up against the good sense of the people who were there long yes the famous white racist writers. Yes I I read laws books and I think like many people. If I had been there I would have wanted to punch him as well He's he's a really good writer very funny but he was pro fascist at that time and it was very interesting reading his work and I wanted to put these. I wanted to put him in there. But I wanted to comment in some way to the writings of so many Europeans and Americans who went to Who went to Ethiopia as pro fascist to write about the war a? Yeah so we have these two people farmers who step out of their hut to make a comment. After I mentioned well again other voices that we sometimes don't hear the novels also filled as well as voices. It's filled with photographs or at least descriptions of photographs. And then it's bookended by these two portrait's what's the relationship between these these images and the images you describe in the book. I'm all I have been interested for a long time in in what photographs manage to camouflage even as closely as we can look at them that there are these coated invisible messages that we get. We don't often realize that's that's what's happening when we're looking especially when it comes to photographs that are Deal in any way with sub people who were subjected to colonialism people who are survivors victims of war I'm I'm also concerned with not only what's in the frame but what is it. That's beyond the frame that we don't see for example the photographer when the Italians were taking photographs of these proud warriors Ethiopian warriors with their spears or with their rifles in poses. That were were very aggressive. The message is not look how brave these men are the messages we can stand in front of them and they won't hurt us. It's about the Italian. It's about a photograph of domination so by writing about the photographs you can give the reader that friend. Yes and I did not want to put the photographs in the book. I want the photographs to move within the frame. I want the reader to be inside it as much as that character is to don. His father makes an explicit link between the sexual violence of Astor's wedding night and the violence of war saying let this be training for later and then sexual violence runs through through the book. I mean is this report. Taj Is this just a faithful telling of women's experience at at at this time in this place or were you going to find these moments going to find these stories because you wanted to explore. How war is often fought on women's bodies as well. Well I think we know that. From centuries of war that women are both contested territory and trophies that when an enemy goes into any any conquered space the first thing they do is take the women and the girls are raped them as a sign of power as a way to Truly infiltrate that land. So I think we've always we have known that but I In that scene with key Donna and oster and this idea of spilling blood and then spilling blood as a warrior that it's that I I'm looking at manhood. I am looking at what we think makes a man and how boys are raised to become men and the lessons taught and usually as teenagers or young men about sex and then as they get older. It's about war and aggression. You say that again. The it's a well known fact that Warren Violence against women are inextricably linked. But it seems to me that in the stories that you thought you were going to be telling the beginning. Those stories might not have been heard. Simple story of ROIC rejection of the of the Cologne invader doesn't necessarily have space for that exactly. But and this is the stories that I was growing up with. I learned as an adult very quickly when I was starting to research this. I don't know anything about this war. As you're saying there was no space in that telling for these moments that were less than heroic but very much about the kind of aggression that someone needs to confront an enemy supposedly So I guess it it really. Once I started breaking apart what I would need the knowledge I would need to tell this story. I quickly realized how much I didn't know even in the most shocking scenes as when did any rapes on her wedding night you let your third person narrator give us the thoughts of both astor. Who's still imagining escape? And also of Kadena. Who's at first unsure of what to do with the girl? Though only we the reader only we know it was that ability to sly between the victim and the person who is doing the oppressing. Was that why you wanted to keep in third person the reiter Lavin give them out to individual first person. Voice Interesting yes. I want that I wanted that. That freedom that malleability to move from one to the other oh and even draw connections of feeling across the most stark divides. I mean you have astor facing the horror of her wedding night telling herself there is no way out but through it and then you have Tori. Who tells himself? There is no way but forward when the telegram arrives and he's facing arrest at indeed fulfill your your colonial bad guy. The the the man of the heart of the book is bad through and through and through tells his soldiers almost in the same way he shouts. There is no way but through it. There's no escape put forward. That's giving them literally. The same word that for me was was at the heart of the book. This idea what is a soldier. What is a fighter? But someone who barrels through whatever. Opposition is in front of them. But I wondered how that Mantra could be complicated. Each time someone different set it in different situations after all the violence in the book after everything that he wrote has gone through in the final battle. She finds some sort of peace. Almost as she sprints along alongside ask though the woman who beat almost to death alongside Kadena the man. Who raped her? Is this piece. This kind of feeling of connection is this. How trauma can be healed by coming together despite everything divided against some common enemy. That's very interesting. I don't want to give too much away..

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"angusta" Discussed on Every Little Thing

Every Little Thing

09:24 min | 1 year ago

"angusta" Discussed on Every Little Thing

"That was some of that. Gobbo was a termite dying. I could tell it sounded just like I I. It's not just the termites who suffer though wars. How on both sides every fight to have at least four to six injured ends the lying on the battleground? A common injury lost limbs. Oh and this is when the behavior you called about kicks in and it's helping ants these historians got a lot of legs. And we're gonNA hear all about the antics of bravery after the break. This episode of every little thing is brought to you by Ashley. Homestore Ashley Homestore wants people to feel. There's no place they'd rather be than home. And that means finding furniture furniture that reflects your style Blair's and account manager here Gimblett and she join me to talk about her furniture rations. I really want a sectional. I want to stretch out. I WanNa Watch a movie with. Do you can stretch urban direction. Close but not touching We we also have cats. So did they scratch. Yeah they do. That's why we need a new couch. I tried to stop them for a little bit. And then I was like you know I love you. Just do your thing. I'll just get couch. You just have to so let it go. I think that's what you're trying to teach you. You know they're really really great teachers Ashley Homestore offers a number furniture lifestyles including herb analogy. A. And vintage casual so you can shop. According to your preferences you can shop in store or online at Ashley. HOMESTORE DOT COM and this episode of every little thing is brought to you by Hendrick's gin made in a tiny Scottish seaside village and oddly infused with rose and cucumber it's a concoction invented by Master Distiller Leslie Gracie who still supervises each batch five hundred liters at a time. There's a Hendrick's gin cocktail for all kinds of occasions. Let's take the cranberry fits for example. It's simple to make one part Hendrix two parts cranberry juice and one part sparkling wine combine all the ingredients in a glass filled with ice stir lightly and garnished with cucumber slices. Mint and cranberries considerate for your next holiday party. This winter Hendrick's gin escape gape the conventional embrace the delectable learn more at Hendrick's gin dot com slash. Lt Great cocktail start with responsible measuring. Please enjoy the unusual responsibly. Hendrick's GIN forty four percent alcohol by volume twenty nineteen imported by William Grant and Sons Inc.. New York New York. This episode of every little thing is brought to you by shadow frozen. Pizza made with premium ingredients the other day. Or Hey Estrada. A Gimmick producer baked up for shadow pizza here in the office and our co workers swarmed him. Everybody was asking me. They're like Oh pizza for lunch. Nothing no I wish rush it's actually for NAT. And then they were like. Oh like can I have some. They were asking for slices of pizza but for all his baking or he never actually got to taste east pizza until now. Look the Perron Lot spicier than I thought it would be. I like spicy topping Mitchell. I'm usually the person who has to have a bottle of hot sauce. Same but it's like okay mic. Hold off on the red pepper flakes for Shutt- data made better to taste better with or without red pepper flakes. You can find shadow pizza in the freezer aisle and so we left off with injured on the battlefield. And here's how it works when the ants come marching in So the gavel to help call a chemical signal that says I'm injured helped me and when their comrades get closer the injured and makes a small scene kind of like the French national soccer team will be acting more injured. They will folow where they will lie on that ground lading with their legs and the healthy aunt will come over pick up the injured and in its manuals and then the injured aunt stops flailing NCAA tuxes legs in so. It's easier to be carried a what I discovered what they carry them back to safety. That's so nice of them because that would sound like a pain in the US you know when I was younger and like our family would go on hikes. I am the youngest Angusta four and I'd be like Dad. I don't WanNA walk anymore and he'd say all right. You WANNA do injured soldier but he would literally just like pull me over his shoulder he was carrying you like a sack of potato yes or an injured soldier and injured sold orange-clad. I now say I hope. Did you Tuck your legs in. And I'd probably you don't like your dad. I suspect these ants. Don't give free rides to everyone either. Actually we have some kinds of Piaget uh-huh which basically means the only help answer they're still able to be useful for the colony. If you're too heavily injured if you lost four or five Lex for instance the end itself would actually not call for help and be left behind that the at the battlefield and in the end it's the injured and itself the decides if it should be rescued or not unconsciously of course so they won't send out a signal if they're like. I'm gone exactly Eric found if they lost more than three legs. They didn't send out the signal. So what happens next. This is the most amazing thing after triage. A tiny worker ant actually comes out route carrying a miniature bugle and a small bar flag plays taps and Liza flag over the wounded in. It's really really. It's really quite moving. That's beautiful. That's really beautiful. Those are the ants being left for dead but they're also the ants being being rescued. Do they take them back to the high do they take them to a little ant. Doctor Yes they do injured once they arrived inside the nest where being treated by breath mates so other would walk towards them. Grab the injured leg with the mouth and start looking at and cleaning it. Did you know that ants have tongues. I did not know that. Tung's you'll have the kind of tongue in my head when I was imagining it. They have like human tongues. So little. Title Owens Ye you could say. At what point did they ask the insurance cod. Like they lick the wounds and then they're like if we go any further we're going to need to know and care for all is actually awesome first of all no way. It's the tweet. The wound a lot in the first half hour after injury and they're removing everything that was under the wounds similar to how we would keen it. We will put some sterile alcohol. Maybe something to clean it and then bandaged up and the treatment is very effective effective. Eric found that the answer got the treatment all survived and the ones that didn't all died. Wow he suspects the nurse answer producing some kind of anti biotic in a gland on their body so we can't use that antibiotic spy the way right. Eric says there might be applications down the road for grant funding ending and my right did his to do this experiment. He pulled off a bunch of antics didn't he. He did yeah science. Yeah knowledge for the right right here. How do you feel about that flora? I feel like I'm complacent other answer. This or is this special for Cote d'Ivoire. That's what I wanted to know to. Is this a one off to find out. We called up aren't researcher researcher Christina cooperage and she said yeah they're the only ones who do this to perform medical care on another individual and and have that individual improve health and then recovered to function again as extremely unusual. I think it may be wholly unique among animals. That aren't human men and like a lot of humans can't do it either. Yeah I mean some of US have to go to university for many years become good nurses. That's phenomenal. Wow in the Pini little brains they have some some left to care for others. And that's not the only wow behavior puny little imprints can pull off the ants. Christina studies are also going to blow your mind but before we get to that I want to give you a sense of who Christina is. She's really got the bug for insects. Here's some type of our engineer. Sarah Setting up the recording in Christina's office. Also we have those discussing. Those are multi of my pet. ambu pigeon clot so as he grew he malted and that's his exit skeleton. So so you have your pet. Yes sort of related to Scorpions type of arachnids. That doesn't Stinger Bite. Has He's giant salad forks for catching and other insects with his name. An Ambulance Pigeon tailless Whip Scorpion. Did you name it though. Claude.

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"angusta" Discussed on Congratulations with Chris D'Elia

Congratulations with Chris D'Elia

02:56 min | 2 years ago

"angusta" Discussed on Congratulations with Chris D'Elia

"He drinks a little bit too. And he drinks an old fashioned. Oh, no shit, dude. He's drinking old-fashioned year. Can they get in old fashion? And he drinks two of them. Did I don't even know what an old fashioned is. But it looks like the most adult shit of all time. Hey, you know, what fill the glass? The old fashioned has got fuck aren't take this goddamn, orange peel out of it is that what it is. But what's that fucking thing in it get that fucking thing out of it? It's dirty get the orange peel out of it. Stop fill it up the hallway half a teaspoon of sugar. Oh, well, there you go. Three dashes as angusta bidders one. Teaspoon of water. Two ounces of bourbon. And also, for instance, chocolate milk. So gross fill up the whole thing. Anyway. No. But for real. Don't don't don't charge of your over seven. That's just straight up the deal. And then okay. So so we went there, and we went to boulder we went to Colorado Springs. God boulder is a great place. I swear to God. Oh, man. They're a bunch of PLO not. But a lot of a lot of the audience were a bunch of fucking pussies. I don't understand getting upset at a comedy show. And I'm not the most fucking offensive comic. But like there was some stuff. I said where some people I felt they felt like, oh, you get you fucking hippie pussies. I love a lot of the people were great. They were great. But some of those people I bet those, but the other people in boulder can't stand those mother fuckers. I bet the real people in boulder can't stand the fuck and hippie motherfuckers that are sensitive about everything. But so I did that I got a north face jacket 'cause I was in boulder. Let me tell you fucking something about nor face men. Do they make awesome shit, and I'm not even trying to like get free shit here. I mean, if they know what's good for him. They'll send me some fucking shed. Day, if they know it's good from they'll send me some fuck and light jackets that for some reason, keep you warmer than a volcano some jackets that you can fold into the size of a tic TAC. But we'll still keep you warmer than a fuck. Fucking hot sauna. North face, dude, you could fold their jackets up into a thimble. And when you open them up, they look like that fucking big scarf that that known a flyer away with the folks that guy's name Lenny Kravitz war when walking down the streets of Manhattan..

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"angusta" Discussed on The Black Guy Who Tips Podcast

The Black Guy Who Tips Podcast

03:27 min | 2 years ago

"angusta" Discussed on The Black Guy Who Tips Podcast

"Everyone who's fucking with us to day. TV meteorologist has been fired at their blurting. Now a slur about Martin Luther King on the air. Oh, not. A lot of acid jazz. Do really just wanted to play the news clip. I don't know what that was about news segment. Those all think think that was Cumulus clouds viewers of Rochester television station, a Rochester stove station were shocked this week when a meteorologist louder racial slur by Martin Luther King JR. And during the weather segment. Why describing the part main for king w ATC weatherman of Jeremy capital uttered, Martin Luther Coon before correcting himself. Oh, oh, no good clean up. Sir. You can clean up. That's why you say that shit all the time and you just lift up on the air. Angry. Disappointed mug. Goodness lights on recorded at that house might be kinda low audio. In union. King. Julia. Gravest out in junior parts. The Coon king junior. Oh my goodness. Oh, yes. There's the broadcast meteorologist Jeremy capital is no longer with with news. Ten NBC. We believe strongly reporters, angusta high standards. Yeah. That's a hell of a slip out. They good before you, very unfortunate slip. Right. They're like, wow. We're talking. There's gonna be a snowstorm over Montlucon king. My bad my bad my bad park today. You guys are going to school. Don't forget that hairy bitch Tubman. Elementary is going to be on a two hour delay. It's going to be on two hour delay. FBI sitting in traffic on not Luther Coon king boulevard. Don't forget that. If you go anyone headed down, Rosa Parks the horror avenue. Rosa parks. Rosa parks. What it? The capital say it was simply a misunderstanding. A few jumble words in the message out major the viewer who posted a video of slow. I want to reach out to say thanks for bringing this unintentional. Terrible. Verbal blended to my attention. I'm both apprising humiliated. Those words could have stumbled out of my mouth what a is. I've never in my life in the cues such day. However, what is worth our probably it will probably cost me my twenty year career persona broadcast, mediocrity breaks, my heart and my family. We have to suffer or so. So sad. Really? What's going to happen to us for column? Marla changing comb, let you'll be on the news station.

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"angusta" Discussed on Talk 650 KSTE

Talk 650 KSTE

07:52 min | 2 years ago

"angusta" Discussed on Talk 650 KSTE

"There are still some horticultural standouts in the crowd there at the arboretum. So let's find out about December. Let's see if he's barking up the right tree. It's Warren Roberts out of the UC Davis arboretum and Warren pleasure to be talking with you. Oh, it's always great to talk to you. Fred, thanks for calling. So what's putting on a show right now? The thanks Integra folio. Thanks. You is a client or group of plants mainly from Australia related to academe. That's thanks. The Integra fully of the coast banks. Here is native in the east and southeastern parts in an has way from a distance. It looks like a big cob of corn pill. Kind of ivory colored corn at the way the candle the way it sticks up in the plan. So that's kind of cool. We had has had some of the banks us in the past. But this one is doing particularly well Manziel. This is the group of clans called angel's, trumpet, and. Oh, they'll be blooming until we have frost. So right now, we have three different kinds of the arboretum one has golden flowers, and that's Cubans is Charles gremaldi named for a fabulous horticulture list. Who is no longer with us from San Francisco, and then there's the double white women, and there's also a single wire win. And so there you can't miss them. The the flowers are about oh eight inches long. I guess and fragrant in the evening, but their youthful plants. Let me ask you a question about the Brig, Manziel minor still blooming in my yard. What sort of winter care? Do they need or wind? Should I be pruning them? If at all, I think wait until after frost to prune them use sometimes plants are a little bit tentative frost, if you just for the winter starts that you get some really tender new growth, and you can sometimes lose the plan. Do you prepared in some areas for these things? Freeze to the ground. Maybe having a lot of loose smokes near the base that would help. So that protect some buds. That was arrived the winter and they grow fast. They they'll be back in no time at all. One of the most spectacular plants that I saw today fall, color wise is a hybrid smoke tree. It's called Katana's hybrid ri- grace, and I. I saw a block away. And I thought what is it? And there it was. So this is a hybrid smoke tree. It has American parentage in Balkan parentage and just to be kind of large. And I'm gamely I think that because the color is so good on new gross with be to cut it back. So you get some nice long stems every other year, the the beautiful Relief's red red and orange red and a little purple California fuchsias still bullying, and we'll continue blooming until we have a frost with its red flowers and attracting hummingbirds this is one of California's most beautiful native plants and useful to you can make kind of a grand caravan. But it is dormant in this in the winter. So as soon as it's starting to look a little shabby cut it back into grow back immediately. It's it's almost you're almost bare ground problem eerie ops. Pectin this is one of South Africa's daisy. It's a Trump which has become very common, very popular. There's a form that has kind of graciously gray screen lease. And whether it has leads the bright green leaf form is the one that you see most of the time Bush that gets about can't get about waist high and lots of yellow daisies almost all year round. It's a it's a useful plant for the central valley. Europe's Picton either sets the name of that plant, and that's one of those plants whose name is often escaping gingko gingko by the there's still a lot of golden leaves up in the trees. And then of course, it covers the ground with gold. I'm a big fan of this plan as long as you plan to grow them. So if the male grasps fails, and the you don't want the the female tree because the fruit is very, very smelly. And then then you would have no lost time because it takes about twenty twenty five years to figure out what what's going to happen regarding that. Are you familiar with the professor at Sacramento state who rakes the gingko leaves into patterns every fall? Oh, no, that's nice. We've done that to the burrito you making concentric circles and whatnot. Yeah. She actually makes labyrinths out of them. Oh, that'd be good. That sounds like a lot of fun, and it it. With add interest to the landscape. We did concentric circles, and that was pretty nice to the I guess the most spectacular plant right now is the the hetero Emily's are beautiful, which is the toy on sometimes called Christmas vary in California. It's the plant supposedly after which Hollywood was named. There's of that on the the hill says Hollywood and lots of red berries this time of year. It's another California, they clamped, which is is really colorful, and and useful. So after a large shrub the. Heteronomy turbulent foliage of deciduous fine from South America, hetero up trees, angusta folio is still showing it's red maple like seeds. I guess you'd call it a fruits and it had yellow flowers earlier. And now, it has the red red wing of seats, and they're pretty it's it's an attractive intensifying. It it's not very well known in horticulture here. But it's useful. Does it have a common name recall in in South America, where its native Uruguay Argentina? It's called muddy paws. And seat. This is a good name. I think because they're like little red butterflies iris. There's one the bearded iris which is in full bloom right now. Has a good name called golden immortal. The regular sized bearded iris, bright, yellow flowers, stunningly, beautiful and fragrant too. Knoop Hafia Christmas cheer is the one of the best of all of the poker plants. I think it planning a different different parts of the garden with full sun afternoon morning morning said and so on and it'll bloom different times of year. But most of them bloom now, it's just starting. So that by Christmas time, it's in full full bloom. Canoe pasta Christmas cheer that has to be one of my favorite plants in the front yard right now. Because it's a show stopper is. Yeah, it is a showstopper in the flower stalks get about would you say four feet tall. Yeah. I'd say about four feet tall. And they they really bloom for a long time to. Yes, they do if you have if we have a really cold winter, then that'll bring me into the show, but we have haven't had those kinds of voters love lately. So it's pretty dependable for a lot of garden color this time of year Warren, we need to take a break right now. But hold. It on. We'll take a break and come back, and we'll finish off the list of what's happening out at the UC Davis arboretum and find out what plants are putting on a show as we continue here on get growing on toxics fifty. AST.

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"angusta" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

NewsRadio KFBK

08:02 min | 2 years ago

"angusta" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

"Every month you like to talk with Warren Roberts out at the UC. Davis arboretum find out which plants are putting on a show and even though December may be kinda dreary, rainy or foggy. There are still some horticultural standouts in the crowd there at the arboretum. So let's find out about December. Let's see if he's barking up the right tree. It's Warren Roberts out of the UC Davis arboretum and Warren pleasure to be talking with you as always ready to talk radio. Fred, thanks for calling. So let's put on a show right now. The banks Integra fully, Ed, thanks. You is a plant or a group of plants mainly from Australia related to Akkadian. That's thanks take folio the coast banks is natives in the east and south eastern parts, Australia, and it has way from a distance. It looks like cob of corn pale kind of ivory colored corn at the way the candle the way it sticks in the plan. So that's kind of cool. We had has had some of the banks is in the past. But this one is doing particularly, well, this is the group of clans called angel's trumpet. And they are they'll be blooming until we have heavy frost. So right now, we have three different kinds of the arboretum one has golden flowers, and that's Manji. Cubans is Charles gremaldi named for a fabulous horticulture list. Who is no longer. With us from San Francisco, and then there's the double white win. And there's also a single island. And so they're. You can't miss them. The the flowers are about oh eight inches long. I guess and fragrant in the evening, but they're beautiful plants. Let me ask you a question about the Brig, Manziel minor still blooming in my yard. What sort of winter care? Do they need or wind? Should I be pruning them? If at all, I think wait until after frost to prune them use sometimes plants are a little bit tentative frost, if you just for the winter starts, you get some really tender new growth, and you can sometimes lose the plan be prepared in some areas for these things to freeze to the ground. Maybe having a lot of loose smokes near the base that would help. So that protect some buds survived the winter. And they grew fast. They they'll be back in no time at all. One of the most spectacular plants that I saw today fall, color wise is a hybrid smoke tree. It's called Katina's hybrid Duma ri- grace, and I. I saw a block away. And I thought what is it? And there it was. So this is a hybrid smoke tree. It has American parentage and Balkan parentage, and it gets to be kind of large. And I'm gamely I think that because the the color is so good on new gross would be to cut it back. So you get some nice long stems every other year, the produce the beautiful leaves red red and orange red and a little purple California fuchsias still bullying, and we'll continue blooming until we have a frost with its red flowers and attracting hind birds. This is one of California's most beautiful native plants and useful to you can make kind of a grand caravan. But it is dormant in this in the winter. So as soon as it's starting to look shabby cut it back into throwback immediately. It's it's almost you're almost no bare ground problem if Europe's today, this is one of South Africa's daisy. It's a Trump which has become very common, very popular. There's a form that has kind of graciously gray screen lease. And whether it has pray pre lease the brighter. Green leaf form is the one that you see most of the time. Bush that gets about can't get about waist height and lots of yellow daisies almost all year round. It's a it's a useful plant for the central valley. That's the name of that plant, and that's one of those plants whose name is often escaping gingko. Geico by lobe. The there's still a lot of golden leaves up in the trees. And then of course, it covers the ground with gold. I'm a big fan of this plan as long as you plan to grow them. So if the male grasps sales, and the you don't want the the senior tree because the fruit is very, very smelly. And then then you would have lost time because it takes about twenty twenty five years to figure out what what's going to happen regarding that. Are you familiar with the professor at Sacramento state who rakes the gingko leaves into patterns every fall? Oh, no, that's nice. We've done that to you making concentric circles and whatnot. Yeah. She actually makes labyrinths out of them. Oh, that'd be good. That sounds like a lot of fun, and it it. Interest to the landscape. We did concentric circles, and that was pretty nice too. I guess the most spectacular plan right now is the the hetero Emily's are beautiful, which is the Toyado sometimes called Christmas period in California. It's a plant that supposedly after which Hollywood was named. There's drugs of that on the the hill that says Hollywood and lots of red berries this time of year, another Californian native clamp, which is it's his really colorful, and and useful. So after a large shrub the. Heteronomy turbulence folio of deciduous vine from South America, header up trees, angusta folio is still showing it's red maple like seeds. I guess you'd call it a fruits and it had yellow flowers earlier. And now, it has the red red winged seeds, and they're pretty it's it's an attractive and tough divine. It it's not very well known in horticulture here. But it's useful. Does it have a common name? We we call in in South America, where its native Uruguay and Argentina, it's called Monty pulsa. Multiple-seat us is a good name. I think because they're like little red butterflies iris. There's when the bearded iris which is in full bloom right now. It has good name called golden immortal. The break. Your sized bearded iris, bright, yellow flowers, stunningly, beautiful and fragrant too. Knoop Hafia Christmas cheer is the one of the best of all of the poker plants. I think it planted a different different parts of the garden with full sun afternoon morning morning said and so on and it'll bloom different times of year. But most of them bloom now, it's just starting. So that by Christmas time, it's in full full bloom. Canoe pasta Christmas cheer that has to be one of my favorite plants in the front yard right now. Because it's a show stopper is. Yeah, it is a show stopper in the flower stalks get about would you say four feet tall. Yeah. I'd say about four feet tall. And they really bloom for a long time to. Yes, they do if you have if we haven't as clearly cold winter, then that'll bring the into the show, but we haven't had those kinds of voters lately. So it's pretty dependable for a lot of garden color at this time of year. Warren, we need to take a break right now. But hold. Old on. We'll take a break and come back, and we'll finish off the list of what's happening out at the UC Davis arboretum and find out what plants are putting on a show as we continue here on the KF PK garden show..

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"angusta" Discussed on Ben Greenfield Fitness

Ben Greenfield Fitness

02:09 min | 2 years ago

"angusta" Discussed on Ben Greenfield Fitness

"You have typically have gin which birds super clean, but the the, the thing that the bartender asked me was, they said, have you ever had they called it a Ben engenders. I switched to this drink. Now if people go out to me with the bars rare now that I will Moscow Miller Bennett jitters. What you do is you ask for their angusta or bidders and any kind of like good fresh housemate bidders they have or anything that's more, you know, more like a healthy bidder. And you simply do bidders on the rocks with a splash gen all that's so healthy ears. I mean, I'm all for that. And I like any. The hard liquors lets us named after me. During totally cool, totally cool. But yes, I mean, bidders are all over the place so you can drink on radical metabolism. You can eat on radical metabolism. You've got your bitter, greens, you got the bitter fruits. You got the bitter drinks. You got the bitter herbs and spices, and ginger certainly would qualify that word about the one they do in Okinawa the bitter melon extra. It's so very high in antioxidants. It's very good to us topically. I mean, they take extracts. We used topically for the skin. Oh, it's magnificent for the skin, and it's very high polyphenyls absolutely bitter bitter melon. Now, some people sell supplements. There's one that I like I wanted to get your opinion on because I travel with it sometimes because sometimes it's hard when you travel checking your hotel room, there's not like bidders great for for now the crocheted stuff. My friend, Chris straight. He does the quicksilver dinners. I mentioned. I mentioned him in the book. Okay. It's very, very much. You just scored it in your mouth and you hold it for. Thirty sixty seconds a little bit before a meal. Absolutely. And we have do it yourself bidders we call the metabolic Sers as well, but what's what's a do it yourself better? It has a little bit of vinegar a little bit of maybe some Angostura bidders added to it, maybe some lemon, some lime. So we've got all kinds of little drinks in the book so you can get it with Chris shade product the bidders number nine. There's other brands that are I think that are out there or you do it yourself. Okay. Gotcha. And by the way, for those you listing in the recipe and the book all put over Ben greenfield.

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"angusta" Discussed on NewsRadio 1020 KDKA

NewsRadio 1020 KDKA

04:07 min | 2 years ago

"angusta" Discussed on NewsRadio 1020 KDKA

"And then it's got millions of radio stations i exaggerate but who doesn't these days and you find katy k and you're hooked up so whether you're in pittsburgh or you're in erie or you're on the east coast or your down south in appalachia hi eddie are you listening or you're out west in california or you're out in london with president or heading to helsinki or in scotland playing golf you can listen to us here on katie k eight six six nine one ten twenty we went up to erie this past week and man i you know i think the last the last three times i have been to eerie pennsylvania whether has been godawful two of those times where in the winter and so what do you expect but even then it would just wasn't even like pretty winter it was horrible in one time we went in the summer and it was windy is could be was like in july and it was just well this is great it was cloudy it was wendy will we when we were up there monday and it was gorgeous it was eighty six degrees and i could not i mean i grew up in detroit in michigan so we would get to lake erie a lot of the great lakes lake saint clair lake erie huron and those are the ones we frequented most but i remember as a kid growing up and even being here and even time i spent in cleveland going to lake erie was always a trial because it was either choppy windy cold snowing or all the above son sadder monday it was just perfect and we took our we took our dog get an eight month old puppy angusta black labrador retriever who you know that's a water well he's not one for we we've thought for water and so we were trying to get him to go in the pool in it's hard with a dog in a pool because they don't like to go down the steps you know that doesn't make sense to them it's like whether there's that step and then where's the other staff and he's a puppy he's always going wait a minute i'm not going to just dive in here so he's been in a few times korean really like it and so i said well maybe we you know what he needs is is egress into the beach i it from the beach into the water so we said let's go up to erie and that's exactly what we did in he he had had that experience of just you know gradually going down off the beach into the water and he loved it and we were like and it was it was just so funny because the first time he went in there he was on a leash with us and we're off you know a a beach where you can take your dog and he goes in the water and he was just being he didn't wanna go higher than his belly that's a that's about as deep as he would go but there was a like a little ridge he just kind of stepped down and you don't have the sand just kinda collapses and he kinda went down into it well he started swimming and he kind of looked at me like i'm sweating very loosely and and we we kind of went around in the circle came out on the beach and he went you don't have puppies he just went nuts like i can't believe i did that i was swimming rolling in the sand he was jumping up in the air he was just throwing himself as an egg is okay you swam that's good well and for the rest of that afternoon we just kept going back into water and he just kept jumping in and swim and having the time of his life so yes he's a water dog and then we got home we said let's try the pool again still wasn't so hot on it jumped in after sticking you know that kind of stuff but it's it's just not the same in the water for lake erie easily and had to be seventy four degrees and it might have been warmer but i mean my recollection of lake erie as always been oh that's so nice and gee why have to step in that water so called but it was it's just been gorgeous so if you've got a a weekend planned or you got a vacation planned in your head and up to erie the water is warm and the.

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"angusta" Discussed on BizTalk Radio

BizTalk Radio

02:34 min | 3 years ago

"angusta" Discussed on BizTalk Radio

"And he says what are you doing at one o'clock i look at my calendar and it's clean he said i sit down on the calendar i worked with do but got nothing on the calendar he said come to my office his office at the time was not even a quarter of a mile down the road from my office for those of you listening in new jersey my office was five sixty seven avenue route nine w and his building was something like i remember to ten one ten whatever it was a little closer to the george washington bridge than we were same road just go out the front of the building make a right turn for i don't know quarter mile half mile and there you were they later moved to munochiveyi bought a building that i just learned this week they sold and i want his office and he called in his secretary and he has been a wendy wanna go whenever and he starts dictating to her call this one call that one get this qatar find out whatever any out all the stuff on his conference from table his conference table in his office big round thing he had a big bowl of gorgeous fruit and pellegrino water in angusta bidders little bescot things and talion cookies and i and i said to me well you know while she does that eat mancha talian i do i look skinny and within about an hour an hour and fifteen minutes he had put together my whole trip here this is where you going this is where you saying this is what you're doing is at hookah believe it joe per aren't though is my trump agent is like you know that's like having the queen of england go in the kitchen and make your lunch like extraordinary so when i was talking with marlene oliver and we were having this kind of the style gic conversation about this and that and the travel industry and i somewhere in there do you remember during jacob's people i met during jacob's when.

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