35 Burst results for "Apples"

Trans Group Calls for the Ban of Aretha Franklin's 'Natural Woman'

ToddCast Podcast with Todd Starnes

01:37 min | 3 d ago

Trans Group Calls for the Ban of Aretha Franklin's 'Natural Woman'

"The Norwegians are all upset because Aretha Franklin, sang a song back in 1968. When yours truly was one year old. Maybe you've heard of the song. It's called you make me feel like a natural woman. You may have heard of this song. You may love the song. Back in the 1960s, it was one of the most popular songs in all of music. As a matter of fact, when Aretha Franklin, the Queen of soul, was well into her latter years. She was invited to sing that song at the Kennedy Center that was in 2015. But anyway, a group of transgender activists are very upset, and they say they got triggered by Aretha Franklin's song, you make me feel like a natural woman. They say the song perpetuates harmful anti trans stereotypes. The group says there is no such thing as a natural woman. And now they're calling on Apple music and Spotify to remove the song from their platforms. And you know, I wouldn't be surprised if they did. I mean, they would have to, right? I mean, that's the whole point of this woke trigger mob, right? When you get triggered by something, you have to remove it. Nobody can be offended anymore. In America. And by the way, if you're a dude who thinks he's a woman and you get your pantyhose in a twist over Aretha Franklin, you've got bigger problems. Yeah, I know you already have problems, but you have bigger problems on top of the problems you already have.

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Adam Klotz Publishes Video Following NYC Subway Incident

Mike Gallagher Podcast

01:35 min | 4 d ago

Adam Klotz Publishes Video Following NYC Subway Incident

"And here's the Adam clots video from Instagram where he explains he doesn't know when he made this video that his assailants didn't go to jail. They were sent home to mommy and daddy. Check this out. Hear me out though. You should see the other guy. My side, don't laugh. My side is worse, so much worse in my face. The thing is, the other guy? It's not really a guy. It's children. Like, 5, 6 children. Where are the parrots? God. Don't. Don't. Don't let your kids come beat me up in the middle of the night again, please. Watch your children. I feel like that last post seemed like maybe I wasn't being serious. Like this wasn't real, but yeah, last night coming home from watching the Giants game at a bar on the subway, this older gentleman was being hassled by this group of 7 or 8 teens, and I was like, yo, guys, cut that out. And they decided, all right, if he's not going to get it, then you're going to get it. And boy, did they give it to me? They had me on the ground. My ribs are all kind of bruised up too. They got their hits in. But that guy got out of there, he's fine. And the cops grabbed a couple of these kids and, you know, I got x-rays, I'm okay. This is all gonna heal. So it's all good. You know what I mean? New York City. New York City. Oh, what a place. The Big Apple.

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Sean Davis: An Orchard of Rotten Apples at the FBI

The Dan Bongino Show

01:52 min | 4 d ago

Sean Davis: An Orchard of Rotten Apples at the FBI

"Sean I agree I mean what more evidence do we need at this point They clearly interfered and now multiple elections This is now probably the fourth one in a row I'd argue 2016 with the fake Russia scandal they leaked before the election they leaked it to New York mag then we had of course the midterms where they participated in the Mueller probe with Trump which they knew was based on a false premise And then the 2020 presidential they suppress information about Hunter Biden involved in this massive influence peddling scandal And now the last one where it's clear people in the Justice Department and elsewhere likely the FBI as well knew about this and let it go Pile that on top of the Roger Stone or the guy's like 80 years old the Roger Stone S.W.A.T. team Peter Navarro locked up in an airport even though he's cooperating I mean the list and the litany of the pro life scandal showing up in pro lifers homes The domestic terror I mean if you want it on to parents domestic terrorist scandal This is a really really dangerous institution It's not miss fees in anymore It's malfeasance That's exactly right If they do at once it's a problem But the problem is it happens over and over and over and over again in the examples you came for just examples in the last 6 years and nothing like that No one goes to prison We're told to rank and file are good and don't worry it's just one bad Apple I'm sorry I'm looking at a tire Orchard of rotten apples right now And the problem is not that one of them just happened to fall down and bonk someone on the head The whole thing is rotten and it seems organized and arrayed and existing just to do things on behalf of the ruling regime that no agency on this country should be allowed to do

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Sean Davis: The FBI Was Conceived on Corruption

The Dan Bongino Show

01:57 min | 4 d ago

Sean Davis: The FBI Was Conceived on Corruption

"Faith and fidelity to our institutions is almost completely gone And how Christopher wray who claims to be an institutionalist it just continues to ignore this It's just stunning to me I mean he's almost at the point now where I believe damage wise He's as bad if not worse than Comey Oh he's awful He's absolutely awful There's a little difference between the two and that I think ray is just generally incompetent and cowardly whereas I think Comey himself is just pure evil But I almost think it's too easy to blame the problems at the FBI on ray or on come on or whoever people forget that the FBI was conceived in corruption Okay this is the agent that agency that J. Edgar Hoover ran and he had them blackmail and come up with blackmail information against members of Congress and politicians The FBI today sits in the J. Edgar Hoover building Okay So I wish it were just this nice great institution that had always been doing good fair above board work and just a couple of bad apples got in the way I don't think that's the case I think that entire institution is rotten from the ground up it needs to be eliminated and defunded and we actually need to find a way to have a federal law enforcement agency that doesn't exist to corrupt everything in politics and in people's lives based on what a ruling regime happens to think Because look I don't like red China I don't like Russia but day in and day out in this country the FBI is the biggest threat to our freedoms and liberty Bigger than any other single entity in the world right now It's the FBI If the FBI that's going and throwing people in jail for having the audacity to walk into a public building through a door held open for them by police during business hours I mean it's criminal

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First Mover Asia Bitcoin Surges Past 23K Before Retreating

CoinDesk

00:21 sec | 5 d ago

First Mover Asia Bitcoin Surges Past 23K Before Retreating

"2 a.m. Monday, January 23rd, 2023. First mover Asia Bitcoin surges past 23 K before retreating. Also, Sam Reynolds writes that Microsoft's cutting its mixed reality team underlines large tick from a struggles to succeed in the augmented and virtual reality space. Will Apple do better

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Apple CEO Tim Cook to take more than 40% pay cut

AP News Radio

00:35 sec | 2 weeks ago

Apple CEO Tim Cook to take more than 40% pay cut

"Apple CEO Tim Cook is taking more than a 40% pay cut. A regulatory filing shows that Tim Cook's target total compensation is $49 million of 2023, with a $3 million salary, $6 million cash incentive and $40 million in equity awards. Apple said its compensation committee took into account shareholder feedback, the company's performance and a recommendation from cook who was promoted to CEO in 2011. Apple stock has declined about 23% in the past year. I Norman hall

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Rep. Scott Perry: Joe Biden Had No Authority to Declassify Documents

ToddCast Podcast with Todd Starnes

01:55 min | 2 weeks ago

Rep. Scott Perry: Joe Biden Had No Authority to Declassify Documents

"Biden had no authority whatsoever to classify or unclassified documents. And by the way, every single as a guy who held a top secret security clearance for over three decades, every one of us knows that if one of those classified documents in your care is mishandled, miss stored, whatever you want to call it out of the chain of custody, you're going to jail. That's what we all know. And so this is a very, you know, look, it's another day where we wake up in America and you see two standards of justice. One for those who are connected who say the right things to the right people and one for the rest of us who live in fear of our government, you know, President Biden had no problem out there scoring former president Trump for what he calls the mishandling of classified documents or the irresponsible way in which they are taken care of. I remind everybody that the archivist and the federal government at large knows every document that president Trump has. They have an argument of a whether he should have it or not. But here's what they don't have Todd. They don't have an argument over how it's stored because it's stored in a secure compartmentalized information facility. That's the long version of stiff. That's where those documents are stored across the federal government. That's where they are seeing. That's where they are red. That's where they reviewed. And that's where they must be maintained unless you have courier orders to remove them. And so it's apples and oranges in the way that both presidents are being treated. One is being persecuted, essentially set up for an argument. The other one has broken the law for apparently about 6 years now and now the mainstream media, which is that you will just forget about it and act like it didn't happen at the same time you're supposed to demand that they throw the former president in jail over a dispute. And

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Apple hires workers in India as it looks to open first flagship stores

Blockchain Consultants

00:36 sec | 2 weeks ago

Apple hires workers in India as it looks to open first flagship stores

"10 p.m. Saturday January 7th, 2023. Apple hires workers in India as it looks to open first flagship stores. Apple has started hiring retail store workers in India and posted plans to fill many other roles as it prepares to open its first flagship locations in the world's second biggest smartphone market as soon as this quarter. On Friday, apple's career page listed openings for 12 different job functions, it seeks to fill in. The post Apple hires workers in India as it looks to open first flagship stores first appeared on blockchain consultants.

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Best of CES 2023: Canine communication and a calming pillow

AP News Radio

00:56 sec | 3 weeks ago

Best of CES 2023: Canine communication and a calming pillow

"At the consumer electronics show in Las Vegas is something that looks like it could be James Bond's next ride. California based Asuka is unveiling what it says is the world's first drive and fly electric vehicle take off and landing vehicle, the a 5 cofounder and CEO guy kaplansky says this will make it a lot easier to fly. You have to drive to the airport. You have to provide place for people to park. This one is pick you up from your house, drive you to where you can take off. You take off and you fly. The a 5 is the size of an SUV and seats four. It travels up to 250 miles by air on a single charge. Most of the people use it as a rideshare. So they will call it like they call Uber black. Apple engineer John lohman has put in a pre order. This is like the jetsons back in the 50s. And we're going to see flying cars in our lifetime. Kaplinsky says he expects the a 5s to begin rolling out and taking off in 2026. I'm Ed Donahue

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We're in for a Tumultuous January...

The Trish Regan Show

01:40 min | 3 weeks ago

We're in for a Tumultuous January...

"You're watching this market I suspect we're in for a tumultuous time, a difficult January already we're off to a rough start and what we're seeing there on Capitol Hill does not help. I mean, it's a little bit of a red herring and that they'll figure it out eventually and I don't think that the economy is going to collapse because of it. So you have to take these things in stride and know that while it doesn't look good for Republicans and it certainly doesn't make us look good on the world stage, it's not going to totally collapse these markets. What will collapse these markets are bad policies, which we've had many, and will continue to have more of. You heard me talking in just yesterday's program about gold in the potential for $3000 an ounce which one analyst over at a Danish bank is predicting, and while it's totally far fetched in many ways, the concept isn't in that you are starting to see a lot of nations around the country retreat away from dollar backed assets and obviously they can't go to crypto. So where are they going to go? They're going to go to those safe havens, things like gold which tend to perform better in an inflationary environment. Now gold hasn't performed that well, in part because you've got central banks around the world raising rates, the thinking is, oh, you raise rates, that's going to contain inflation until oops, you realize it's not containing inflation and it's not going to contain inflation if we really wanted to contain inflation. You know what we'd be doing with Paul Volcker did back in the early 1980s because apples to apples, we can talk more about it in tomorrow's program, but apples to apples, you're looking at a very similar situation, inflation wise of what we had in the early 80s, and it took a lot more than these small interest rate hikes that were getting right now to get that under control. So

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Binance Announces Support for Apple Pay and Google Pay

Unchained

00:27 sec | 3 weeks ago

Binance Announces Support for Apple Pay and Google Pay

"11 a.m. Friday, December 30th, 2022. By its announces support for Apple Pay and Google pay. The world's largest crypto exchange binance will now support Apple Pay and Google pay for crypto purchases. In a December 30th announcement, by an incident would add support for Apple. The post violence announces support for Apple Pay and Google pay appeared first on unchained podcast.

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Larry O'Connor: Larger Corps Don't Have Visionaries Anymore

Mark Levin

01:46 min | Last month

Larry O'Connor: Larger Corps Don't Have Visionaries Anymore

"You saw it with Apple At one point and I think you're seeing it with Apple again With their currency Where you have a visionary like herb Kelleher like Steve Jobs Like Walt Disney and frankly after him it wasn't until Michael eisner And Jeffrey katzenberg where you actually had visionaries back in charge of Disney Where you had people who had a passion for the product that the company made And then they go away for one reason or another sometimes because they die or retire Or move on Sometimes there's a hostile takeover by investors Who want to go in another direction And then they put somebody in place that doesn't have that love for the product They don't even understand the product that the company sells Wall Street would have you believe that the product doesn't matter The people with MBAs coming out of your Ivy League schools will have you believe that knowledge of the actual end product is superfluous to running a good company That there's some sort of mold or cookie cutter That you can just put in place And in Apple is the perfect example They get rid of Steve Jobs they put in a guy whose claim to fame was running Pepsi Ah you know same thing It doesn't matter it's a consumer product You can sell a soft drink At the time probably 75 cents Or you can sell a $1500 personal computer It's really ultimately the same business That's the mindset That's the mentality

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Victory for NFT, Crypto App Developers as Apple Complies with EU Laws

CryptoCurrencyWire

00:48 sec | Last month

Victory for NFT, Crypto App Developers as Apple Complies with EU Laws

"4 p.m. Wednesday, December 21st, 2022. Victory for NFT, crypto app developers as Apple complies with EU laws. Following the new anti monopoly law of the European Union, Apple intends to allow apps from third party app stores to operate on its devices, which could mean significant gains for developers of NFT and cryptocurrency apps in the Europe region. A Bloomberg report released on December 13th, 2022, stated that European customers can install substitute apps, continue reading victory for NFT, crypto app developers as Apple complies with EU laws. The post victory for NFT, crypto app developers, as Apple complies with EU laws appeared first on cryptocurrency wire

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NFLstreaming YouTube wants to be the only thing you watch

Blockchain Consultants

00:38 sec | Last month

NFLstreaming YouTube wants to be the only thing you watch

"3 p.m. Friday December 23rd, 2022. NFL streaming YouTube wants to be the only thing you watch. Streaming companies can not stop spending their money on live sports. Amazon paid 1 billion to be the exclusive provider of Thursday Night Football. Apple signed a ten year deal with Major League Soccer now YouTube has agreed to pay about 2 billion per year for exclusive rights to certain National Football League Sunday afternoon games. Perhaps alphabet chief the post NFL streaming YouTube wants to be the only thing you watch first appeared on blockchain consultants.

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Gas prices could be bottoming out

AP News Radio

00:46 sec | Last month

Gas prices could be bottoming out

"A treat for Christmas at the gas pump. Families traveling by car this holiday season can enjoy much lower gas prices than a year ago. Patrick de Haan is with gas buddy dot com. The national average this morning is up just slightly overnight to three O 9 per gallon. That's still 47 cents a gallon lower than a month ago and prices now 20 cents lower than they were last Christmas. But the price of gas could be turning around. That simply because the price of oil has jumped about $9 a barrel in the last week and a half on optimism that China is starting to reopen its economy. And that's going to boost consumption. The lowest price in the country, two 16 a gallon in Casper Wyoming, while the top price is three 99 in Honolulu, I'm surely Apple

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You Can Now Turn Yourself Into Fertilizer in California

Dennis Prager Podcasts

01:26 min | Last month

You Can Now Turn Yourself Into Fertilizer in California

"So he writes about the legislature of California. They, and what some of the bills they pass. One of these new laws caught my attention is being particularly odious. It could only be passed by a group of people completely devoid of any religion. Other than their God of climate change. Previously known as global warming, assembly Bill three 51 was signed into law by Gavin Newsom, this equates human remains with coffee grinds and apple cores. Assembly will be in Christina Garcia authored this bill, requiring the cemetery and funeral bureau part of the department of consumer affairs to regulate and license what is being called by the bucolic term natural organic reduction. Yes. And OR, natural organic reduction. That's what is, that's the new law in California. Humans will have the option of their remains becoming compost to be blended in with the garden mulch. Miss Garcia wrote the bill because cremation creates massive amounts of carbon released into the air. She asserts 534 pounds per person. This

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Vast Censorship Network Exposed!

The Dinesh D'Souza Podcast

01:56 min | Last month

Vast Censorship Network Exposed!

"The release of the so called Twitter files has exposed a vast censorship network. Censorship network that is bigger than we previously thought. This isn't just the case of let's say the FBI or the CDC writing to Twitter and saying, hey guys, or meeting with Twitter and saying, hey guys, you have content moderation policies and we want to urge you to enforce them. No, nothing like that. We're talking about multiple federal and state agencies. We're talking about multiple parts of the government, the Department of Homeland Security, in some cases, even intelligence agencies whose focus is international. Nevertheless, getting involved in domestic content moderation here on the platforms like Twitter. And of course, when I say Twitter, you can fully assume that the same or more is going on with YouTube is going on with Google is going on with Facebook and perhaps even with apple perhaps even with Amazon. We need to know now as this evidence is coming to light. And by the way, in the earlier episodes of the Twitter files, it was really more the Biden campaign is driving it, the media is censoring the Hunter Biden story, but you were not talking about agencies in the government. You weren't talking about the government actively involved in suppressing speech, but now you are. The latest Twitter files so called Twitter file 6 is really all about the documenting the way and the extent to which the FBI, which is often coordinating on behalf of other agencies like DHS, has constant communications with Twitter and is listing large numbers of individual accounts, and in some cases accounts that are pretty small. In some cases, satirical accounts to get them banned.

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OneCoin CoFounder Karl Greenwood Pleads Guilty to Wire Fraud

Finance Magnates

04:14 min | Last month

OneCoin CoFounder Karl Greenwood Pleads Guilty to Wire Fraud

"9 p.m. Friday December 16th, 2022. One coin cofounder Carl Greenwood pleads guilty to wire fraud. LTP class Latinos Carl Greenwood, the cofounder of one coin, the multi-billion dollar cryptocurrency pyramid scheme, has pleaded guilty to charges of wire fraud and money laundering in connection with his role in the fraudulent crypto project. The counts before him carry a maximum potential sentence of 20 years each. The Department of Justice DoJ said on Friday dot LTP GT LTP class Guatemala normal caught one coin cofounder Carl Greenwood arrested, convicted of class Guatemala normal textile looking just of wag Greenwood, who was arrested in Thailand in July 2018 and extradited to the United States, confessed to the offenses in a Manhattan federal court before judge at gardo Ramos, who accepted the guilty plea. He is to be sentenced by judge Ramos on April 5th, 2023, DoJ Sid dot GT LTP class Guatemalan guilty plea by the cofounder of Voltaire finance magnates dot com to go on a quick what target quad blank white grill quad follow on one corner caps a week at the southern district of New York SDNY that sends a clear message that we are coming after all those who seek to exploit the cryptocurrency ecosystem through fraud, no matter how big or sophisticated you are, Damian Williams, the United States. Attorney for SDNY sit in the DoJ statement dot LTP GT LTP class Guatemala normal Quattro apple's cryptocurrencies ignored over remains at large in one coin class Guatemala normal quite according to DoJ, ruja ignatova, who cofounded one coin alongside Greenwood, remains at large. The declaration comes 8 months after ignatova, also known as the crypto queen of that finance magnates dot com cryptocurrency and founder of a named manjar pessimist 20th Courtois included in the list of Europe's most wanted fugitives by europol. The runaway cofounder was also added to the federal bureau of investigations FBI top ten most wanted list earlier in June. LTP GT LTP class Guatemala, October 12th, 2017, the United States charged dignity with fraud and money laundering at the U.S. district court for the SDNY. It also issued a federal warrant for her arrest. In addition, the FBI has offered to pay 100,000 to anyone with information that leads to her arrest. LTP GT LTP class Guatemala normal quad, however, since ignatova traveled on a commercial flight from Sofia, Bulgaria, to Athens, Greece, on October 25th, 2017, she has not been seen publicly. Doubt finance magnates dot com to department office to seek what target quad blank white real quad follow quad DO tagged noted LTP GT LTP class Guatemala normal quad one coin backstory class Guatemala normal quad Greenwood and ignite over founded one coin in 2014 in Sofia, Bulgaria from where they marketed and sold the. Fraudulent scheme through global multi level marketing MLM. DoJ noted that as a result of misrepresentations, the cofounders and others made about altcoin, victims across the globe invested over $4 billion in the scheme dot LTP GT LTP class Guatemalan MLM structure influenced the rapid growth of the one coin member network. Indeed, according to one coin's promotional materials, over 3 million people invested in fraudulent cryptocurrency packages. One coin records show that, between the fourth quarter of 2014 and the fourth quarter of 2016 alone, one coin generated 4.037 billion in sales revenue and earned profit sappho's of 2.735 billion DoJ explained dot LTP GT. This article was written by Solomon Aleppo at WWW dot finance magnates dot com.

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"apples" Discussed on Smash Boom Best

Smash Boom Best

02:24 min | 1 year ago

"apples" Discussed on Smash Boom Best

"Round. The final 6. Chalky, you're up. You've got just 6 words left to make us go bananas for bananas. No banana ever poisoned a princess. It's true. Waited till the end to pull that one out. All right, Tommy, your turn. Give us 6 words to make apples the apple of all of our eyes. Apple a day, I want more. Very good. All right, today's a fruity fracas is coming to an end. We've heard bunches from the top banana and the biggest apple has cut us to the core. Now it's Irene's turn to award the final point and crown one of these fruits the smash boom best. So Irene, have you awarded the final point for the final 6? I have there's a winner. All right, drum roll, please. And the winner is. Bananas. Oh my God. Come on. Oh my God. All right. Bananas. That's the signature fruit. You said it yourself. Tommy, bananas WAN. You know, I'm happy. No, I'm happy for you. I love that. I can't say anything bad to tell me because I love him so much. I'm so happy though. Irene, I'm really glad that you chose bananas. So Irene, can you walk us through a little bit about your decision making process? It did put me over the edge, the idea of the princess, you know? It's true. A banana banana never did anything to a princess, an apple, though, come on, man. Am I gonna get poisoned this Halloween with an apple? Like, what is this? But I do like apples a lot. So I'm actually shook a little. I thought that I would be picking apples, but here I am. So I just really enjoyed Tommy debate. I thought he had a lot of great facts in his song was amazing. I thought it was beautiful. And his movie trailer, I really want to see big bad apple. Jackie, it was so great debating. You earned the win. Your stuff was so good. The decoration of greatness was amazing. It was super funny. And well informed. And your movie trailer, having the grandma character really, really spiced it up. That's 6 words. He came out, pulling in the princess at the end..

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"apples" Discussed on Smash Boom Best

Smash Boom Best

01:54 min | 1 year ago

"apples" Discussed on Smash Boom Best

"Apples absolutely. Give them a try. So we do the core, great in pie. Think lady you're the Apple of my eye. Banana peel banana split these yellow fruit just won't quit. Stop banana number one, this fruit is. All right, we're back, Tommy, you're up. Rock us to the core with your haiku for apples. Apples are the best fruit, whether red or green they are, always delicious. Lovely. All right, chalky your turn to two to that banana. Give us what you got. Banana, my love, like a yellow Crescent moon, a curved dreamy friend. Very nice. All right, now Tommy, deliver your poem on banana badness. When I'm in a store and I see a banana makes me want to split. All right, chalky, wax poetic about the failings of apples. Hey, Apple, so bad. Hurt my wife's mouth. Bad fruit. Worms live in you. No. Worms living in you. So sorry. Nice work. Both of you. Irene, which poems impressed you the most, give that team a point. But don't tell us who's getting it. Have you made your decision? I have. Okay, great. Then it's time for our last.

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"apples" Discussed on Smash Boom Best

Smash Boom Best

02:52 min | 1 year ago

"apples" Discussed on Smash Boom Best

"Of the wild monkeys diet. False. The edible banana is a domesticated plant that wild monkeys only encounter because of humans. Next question. How do monkeys peel bananas? Like a regular? From the bottom up, is it that silly? Final question. What happens when a monkey slips on a banana peel? I win. That's it for Billy and that's it for me. Bananas are the greatest apples are the worst. Goodbye everybody. A delightful argument for team bananas, Irene. What did you like about sharks, declaration of greatness there? Oh, I love getting to think about the comedy element of bananas. That's super important to me actually. I love slipping on a banana peel. I mean, I don't love slipping, but you know, the element of that. All right, Tommy, it's time for your rebuttal. You've got 30 seconds to smush the opposition and your time starts now. Okay, first of all, you lead your argument about how good they are with the fact that they're slippery. That's dangerous. That's not funny. That's scary, okay? And you spend so much time talking about the peel, the part that's inedible. That's part of the argument for whether a great fruit. I don't know about all that. You think it gets good that there's only one kind of banana? I think that's boring. I also think that the Cavendish was evil. So that was scary. And also, yes, monkeys like bananas and it's cute, but you know who likes apples? Goats. And you know what goat stands for? Greatest of all time, just like apples, peace. And time. Wow. Way to hit the time post there. Chalky, anything you'd like to say. You know, Tommy, you brought up a lot of good points, but I didn't care for your tone one day. All right, Irene. It's time to award your first two points. Remember, it's your job to decide which side made the cooler argument. Use whatever criteria makes sense to you was one fruit defender funnier to the other make a more fact filled presentation. So award one point for the best declaration and one point for the best rebuttal, then go to two different people, the same person, it's up to you. Award your points, mark them down, but don't tell us who's getting them. I won't tell you. I have made them. Excellent. Chalky and Tommy, how are you feeling about this fruit dispute? I'm shaky. I'm shaking. Now, look, I'm going against a juggernaut right now, you know? I tell you Tommy is a funny man. He has his facts ready. He got his humor on hand. But I'm going at it as hard as I can. I'm hoping I read Irene sees the truth. And he's gonna be on my side. I think Jack's a great opponent. I think you've been great so far, but.

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"apples" Discussed on Smash Boom Best

Smash Boom Best

01:46 min | 1 year ago

"apples" Discussed on Smash Boom Best

"Thanks, Johnny. A true hero. Apples are diverse and delicious. Not to mention a distinguished part of our history and culture. I really love them apples. A charming channel surfing declaration for apples. Irene, what did you think of Tommy's argument there? I think that was a great argument. I liked hearing about a crab apple. That was a reminder for me. I don't even know where that came up. But I wrote down pick and crab apples. I was very exciting. And also the idea of picking apples is so much fun. Well, chalky, I'm guessing you have some thoughts to share. It's time for your rebuttal. You've got 30 seconds to make Tommy's arguments slip and slide all over the place and your time starts now. Tommy, I love you, but that was a terrible decoration and really this. I didn't care for it one bit, or I didn't like the things you said. I thought they were rude and lies. First of all, an apple a day keeps the doctor away, you know, I'm Indian American and that's a very rude to a lot of family and friends. Second of all, Johnny appleseed did not bathe. It's a well-known fact. That's gross. He's a gross person. You know, Tom, you didn't mention that my wife, anytime she bites into an apple, her mouth gets itchy. Apples are trying to kill my wife, Tommy. You're okay with that. You think that's a big problem. I would like to say that I definitely did not know that about your wife. I mean, no ill will do your family. All right. Chalky, it's time for your declaration. Tell us why bananas are the smash, boom best. Hello out there, I'm chalky..

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"apples" Discussed on Smash Boom Best

Smash Boom Best

01:33 min | 1 year ago

"apples" Discussed on Smash Boom Best

"And let's talk about this week's opponent. Bananas. I don't know why people are even worried. Bananas aren't even our main rivals. It's really apples and oranges. And look at the banana. It's got one color, one taste, one flavor. So boring. We're gonna wipe the floor with them, which you shouldn't do since they are so slippery. I have to agree. Apples are so amazing. They should win some type of award. Oh, they have. Oh my gosh. Wow. I'm Apple absolutely thrilled. I couldn't have done it without American farmers. You grow an average of 240 million bushels a year. And each bushel is about a 126 medium apples. So you do the math. And you do it for us for Americans. After all, we consume over 50 pounds of apples and apple products a year per person. Woohoo. I knew apples would win. I feel like dancing. Let's check out the music network. I'll tell you about a man who loved the apple till the day he died. Born a farm in boy, American his apple pie. In marched across our country, lived a wild laugh in the bare food Apple man, Johnny appleseed. Yes..

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"apples" Discussed on Smash Boom Best

Smash Boom Best

04:13 min | 1 year ago

"apples" Discussed on Smash Boom Best

"Here to help us decide high Irene. Hello. I mean, I know you like to sing. So I'm wondering, maybe you could improvise a song about apples and bananas to get us pumped for the debate. Oh. Okay. I'll do my best. All right. Rosie and red. Give one to your teacher. Part of boy grows at some container. Smash boom best. Apple's first bananas, which one will win. Oh, very nice. We basically just made you do a sneak attack round and you killed us. Nice work. So I just want to know a little bit about how you feel about those fruits you were just singing about. Do you like apples? I do. I love apple. I ate apple. Today I eat like for a day. It's a problem. Wow. It's wild. So what are your association with apple's besides eating lots of them? When I think of a fruit, that's just what I think. It's like, you know, the signature. I think of the alphabet, really. A for apple. The first one. Okay, so what about bananas? Do you like bananas? I love bananas too. I used to not like bananas plain, only like a banana bread, a banana this and that, banana bread is really good. But now I think they're the greatest and I eat those all the time too. I also had a banana today. Wow. Wow. Wow, okay. This is amazing. Yeah. All right, so we know you like bananas. You ate one today incredible. What associations you have with bananas? I mostly think of my nana because she has a lot of bananas and also now that I just said it also that word also sounds like bananas. So maybe that's why that goes to there. All right, let's meet our debaters here to defend a plus apples. It's comedian. Tommy McNamara, hey Tommy. Hello, I'm so excited to be here. So in a single sentence, why are apples the smash boom best? Well, there is nothing as fun as apple picking, and there's nothing as logical as picking apples. Oh, very nice. And here to represent those yellow fruits in a suit, it's comedian and writer, Serena, hi Josie. Hi Molly, hi, Irene. Hello. Chalky. In one sentence, why are bananas the coolest? Well, let me put it this way. If someone told you they went to a party and said, oh, that party was bananas. You know that was a good party. Very good point. Let's review the show format. We've got four rounds of debate. Round one is the declaration of greatness, where our debaters present a fact filled argument in favor of their side, followed by a 32nd rebuttal from their opponent. Next, we've got the micro round, where each team will respond to a creative assignment they received in advance. Round three is the sneak attack where I'll surprise debaters with a challenge they need to respond to on the spot. And to wrap it all up, we've got the final 6, where each team will have just 6 words to drive home the awesomeness of their side. Our judge Irene will award two points in the first round, one for her favorite rebuttal, one for the declaration she likes best, then she'll award one point in each round after that, but she'll keep her decision secret until the end of the debate. Listeners, we want you to judge two, mark down your points as you listen and at the end of the show head to our website smash boom dot org and vote for whichever team you think one. Okay, Irene debaters are you ready? Yes. Yes, let's do it. I'm ready. Then it's time for the. Declaration of greatness. Our debater will present the most fascinating facts and awesome arguments in favor of their side. We flipped a coin and Tommy, you're up first. Tell us why apples are the most fabulous fruit. I'm so excited we're doing this debate today because I just finished installing my new Apple TV. No, not Apple the tech company. I'm talking apple the actual fruit. This TV streams bushels of shows about one thing and one thing only. Apples. Let's see what's playing. Oh, hey, the news..

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"apples" Discussed on But Why: A Podcast for Curious Kids

But Why: A Podcast for Curious Kids

05:37 min | 1 year ago

"apples" Discussed on But Why: A Podcast for Curious Kids

"There is very different than the senator here so that would have been based on red delicious and golden delicious. Zeke would probably drink that cider and spit it out and because he grew up on a new england sider and it wasn't just m- mcintosh who have mccowan in northern spy. So his idea of sweet cider should taste like and look like we like a cider. That's oxidized like the surface of the apple going brown. We think the darker side are potentially the richer and the better the flavor But that is just a matter of oxidation. So you're making it just with Under ripe apples in certain varieties like granny. Smith you'll end up with a very pale looking cider and potentially pale flavored cider. From a new england consumer standpoint was hard compete has. Slop is leo. I'm to wire. Apples and pears are soft. Leo both parents and apple start out hard when pears ripen. They get soft and so when you buy some in the store. Oftentimes they're still hard and you should just leave them out on the counter for a couple of days before you try them. And they'll soften up and be. Sweeten buttery but apple's know some apples are really hard and they stay that way and others are pretty soft a specially. The early apples tend to be soft and we call them tender apples. Because you don't need teeth to eat them but some like this is golden russet. These are pretty hard if you wanted to throw something at someone you're upset with. That would be a good one to throw. Yes or if you talk baseball and that would be good if you wanted to play ball with it. That might play ball So pears and apples can both be kind of hard or kind of soft and they're are actually related. some pears even taste really crisp. Just like an apple before. We left the orchard. I asked rupert. If there was anything else he thought we should know. I don't know. I just liked to follow like what my dad does. I mean if he lived in this city. I would have a whole different interest. So i think you're ever going to get tired of apples like when you're a teenager or adult like i will never eat another apple in my whole life. I don't think so. And you haven't ever said that zeke. No when i was growing up. When i was super sage my father just had one variety of apple trees and we had because we were thrifty new england or as we had to just eat those apples until they ran out or someone threw them into the woods in july. And so when i grow up i wanted to have as many different apples as i could find so. This is all rebellion. Your whole career is rebelling against your dad in rebellion against red delicious apple and bill sure wanted us to keep in mind that when we get our food at the grocery store. It's easy to forget that there were a lot of people doing a lot of hard work to make sure we get fed. Yes i think. It's shocking to people. They they don't really comprehend an certainly as a young person growing up you go to the supermarket and there's excess abundance of food and you don't see what doesn't sell them..

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"apples" Discussed on But Why: A Podcast for Curious Kids

But Why: A Podcast for Curious Kids

03:02 min | 1 year ago

"apples" Discussed on But Why: A Podcast for Curious Kids

"Hi my name's deal and seven years old and i'm from stevens point And i know why. Why new eat apples data so juicy. Inside of an apple the cells are full of water and sugar and acids and other things when you bite into the apple. You're bursting the cells and that delicious juice kind of inside your mouth. Some varieties of apple will hold more water and sugar than others apple. Growers grow some kinds specifically. Because they're so juicy and flavorful and people enjoy eating them but they might grow less juicy varieties two that are better for cooking or apples. That don't really taste great eaten raw but are delicious. Insider or juice speaking of which. Here's a question from shalom in vancouver canada. To how do.

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"apples" Discussed on The Angry Therapist Podcast

The Angry Therapist Podcast

03:46 min | 1 year ago

"apples" Discussed on The Angry Therapist Podcast

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"apples" Discussed on Rocket

Rocket

06:07 min | 1 year ago

"apples" Discussed on Rocket

"Okay so I am interested in the air pods three. Ria could i as you all know in. Thank you so much. I do love my air pods However now i'm hooked now. They've got me to what i am not interested in. Is the iphone thirteen in his stop. Because i have anything against it. I think it'll probably be a good phone. However i am fully committed to sticking with my iphone eleven. Not just because i finally paid it off in his mind now fully and it still works fine even though i was kinda careless in the early pandemic and it got a little bit. Scratch screen. doesn't matter. But also i got locked out of my apartment On tuesday monday night. Hey a locksmith. A large money. Let's give it a new door. So i will not be purchasing. Did they still charge like three hundred dollars for you to get the get. Oh yeah yeah. Oh yeah yeah so sorry. It's okay sure to pick locks moments. Not the heart. It's it was my frigging fault. I was so overwhelmed. I should have just like called my super. Um but i didn't Hopefully i will get my keys back from the rental car agency anyway. That has nothing to do with the upcoming apple event Yeah i think those are the the couple things that i'm excited for like. I'll always be excited for a new Ipad potentially but that's something that i think like most apple products. I would wait a while before last year. Yeah yeah mine is very new and it's still beautiful and perfect. Yeah i'm with the. I mean i would love to tell you. I'm not going to buy any of this. I will probably end up buying must've it Just because we commit to doing a by. I don't want to. It's for as and i throw than i learned to pick locks in high schools. I'll be okay. This is okay. Let's make bad financial decisions. I can't buy a house. But i sure as hell can buy every apple product but also at the same time houses are a million dollars. So really honestly. Like when i supposed to do so Yeah i the the watch. Which is the thing that i typically would be least excited about. I am sort of Interested in although Agreement says that Gherman says that they're going to have a limited supply because of the shortage which not not to say. I told you so or anything. But i said that apple would not be immune from chip shortage. Everybody's like no no no apple so special. Yeah actually this is like they don't have they don't have water for the for the sand like honestly like.

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"apples" Discussed on Rocket

Rocket

03:21 min | 1 year ago

"apples" Discussed on Rocket

"Maybe i mean. I don't know 'cause they preannounced and they've already said it wasn't gonna be there launch so it was gonna be shipping later in the year. So i don't. I don't think so. I'm not sure what their point of preannouncing was apple. Does this sometimes where stuff that's not going to be like a big flash feature that they can't spend time on and the press conference they get out in advance. That's not uncommon. And to be totally honest. i really do feel like. They thought that this was one of those things where they were just going to get a lot out of boys and a lot of praise and didn't bother to anticipate that a there would be a negative reaction and they be it would completely dominate the entire conversation. Yeah are let's move on from this. Hopefully we will get a word on what apple is changing exactly about this Feature but it'll be very interesting to see all right. We have before we get into the main topic which is apple of predictions another brief update on yet another rocket role from this past week. As the last week we talked about Basically south korea creating proposing laws that would apply to companies like google and apple about trust practices. And how much they can take off the top of the app store. Now apple has announced last wednesday. The day that we recorded They will allow media apps to create inap- links. The update will allow developers of reader apps to include unin apple link to their website. Users can use that to go. Sign up for an account there for a services like spotify netflix etc. Which currently you know when you you pay for that sign up on the app store applicants at thirty percent cut. Those changes will go into effect early next year and that comes after basically japan also Came out and said. Hey we got our i on you in terms of antitrust apple. What are you doing in. Its i think as you said christina a pretty big concession but maybe not a big enough concession what he added yes so this is very different from what the the proposal was with south korea. And this is also different from the concession that they've made as part of the settlement where the lawyers basically got all the money And apple was like oh you can email people whose email address you have. Which yeah thank you apple like genuinely but this is a big change so historically there abbas had a number of categories known as reader apps. Go and this would be the reason. They're called reader. Apps is because the kendall was the original version of this where actually win the kindle app for ios ipad. actually. I think antifa but when it first launched you could. Actually there was a webpage that would launch you log in with on the web page and buy things in that webpage. There was no one at purchase mechanism. And if you bought them from that webpage they would go into your account and then in twenty eleven apple made changes to the way that in purchases in the way that redrafts work and what they said was you could not you could..

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"apples" Discussed on Everyday Talkies

Everyday Talkies

03:52 min | 1 year ago

"apples" Discussed on Everyday Talkies

"Their growth as a civilization. We we you but it's not the fault of crops as well because obviously urine kiss apples that even at its other episode. Lou north america but brewing apple requires better technique it required grafting because you grew it and that technique in from us from europe so when came from europe americans were would enough to adopted but they do not develop those things in time. Obviously because of the delayed said starts and obviously we also discussed because of the lack of environmental factors the lack of blocks that were available in that area. I don't know who's forty could say and do know. I don't think it's about as much as as about Just the luck of the draw up stance and this is the conversation that people have about the rate when like conservatives won't be something they'll be like. Oh if we're talking about privilege how long back do we have to like mandela conversations of like reparations for colonialism and on that people like to say that our generation did not really do disciples our ancestors so why should be before it. And this and that. It's not really about that so conversational privilege. It comes to the point the point. It's time to make is that. You have to recognize that because of the circumstances that you were born that you had certain privileges that certain other people around the world did not and that is what makes you different from them. That is what kind of puts an obligation on you as just make us a of the world to help out like Not take not exploited that factors. That's just where the conversation is about. So i guess there's a lesson to be learned from this whole thing of happens on indians it's that. Yes that our defenses o'connell circumstance of that gigi to certain people growing slower than on other people but it does not mean that you should take advantage of that or it does not mean that you are necessarily better than that and it goes the opposite way as that. Uganda's blame the circumstance that okay. You grew up in space. Which have these facilities. And you wouldn't a backlog drop so you blame your life you blame the privilege of others and you don't succeed yet. There are henry's. Obviously you have to work in an inner given world that we live today. It's getting sorta right that i understand. I acknowledge the privilege of even uncle in bingham meal itself. Today's world so can to say is a privilege and especially not automaticity like art so we have to acknowledge in which place. Vr the ladder and help body other but even if we lack and if even if like if others look down upon us we have to know that i fought and rise up the ladder in some other because not only defined initially. I guess and after that it's up to you how you deal with it how you Make off on everything but remained the because as work progresses you grow and let's say if you survive this if you survived this discrimination your kids were not and that is a in at once. And hopefully we'll have this utopian society star trek utopian society where everyone is equal in one way or the other. I mean that's the whole as long as we don't make the same mistakes again so on that note. I think it's a base to in the past when people listening to us. Thank you for doing so and we. I hope you answered the questions that why was at fault as it and why was it the other one of other shortcomings and maybe like a new way to look at apple's origins question up of lifeless in their day but i think that's the next to end this. Thank you everyone for this episode acceptable. I understand how animals helped in farming domestication. All of that. i'm not going to let the. Are they going to be dogs. Thank you guys catching. The knicks of bank crave. Hank you listening to this episode. Follow us on social media. And if you want to be part of the next episode. Live long and prosper..

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"apples" Discussed on Everyday Talkies

Everyday Talkies

08:14 min | 1 year ago

"apples" Discussed on Everyday Talkies

"Had this affinity with dogs komo very or and we've been talking about do i on food production as early as What you also goes on to bisque liftoff about wipe up new guinean rival. Missile american civilizations did not because Lies lead included. You know The lack of protein bodine rich lands as well as lodging of animals. That would behind. It could be you know so it would be up on getting used to eating mice spiders dogs and other animals. It's kind of experienced the southeast asian cuisine i guess innovate and then you had on chill fact that the plant big enough scenes they couldn't really hard could domesticate and also that the food production wasn't really able to complete here. Hunter gal mcdonnell back to some hunter hunting. Guidry of which also hindered like the size of civilization. You would say hundred percent. Obviously as you had mentioned earlier that new guinea because of its lack of viable crops lack of cannibalism denim. Then so. that's a huge thing. Yeah you own kind so the terrific and one is basically says all of this and then the initial question that he was that you know what what was the reason what what was it. The humans who could not get describes the apples. I think the first question that was humans who were dumb enough that they could not find discounts. Where you know he's like easy would be edible. He gives some examples and nordstrom his lately that regarding when he was studied when he when he was there in you as we learn question and he was he was doing besides then he came across this people who were failing and if the mushroom and the blocks mushrooms and jared diamond being smart as he is he said this be poisonous. Most american great poisonous obese began for. Let's eat this. we don't have. He was traveling with they. Were farmers hunter-gatherers because obviously they had not developed a native new guineans. He mentioned the stone edna biology. Mitch's this kind of this kind of thing that you have innately right. Venue menu evolve in a certain area. As hunter-gatherers like that that you are even distinguished with certain white species though certain types of debates appliance. Better than some other people because you kind of grown up with them you've you've had this knowledge asteroid who almost are genetically. So it's interesting. You mentioned that it was easy for the like those people. It was easy for the people of the forest. Riper just Edible yeah exactly and even after that these are not appoint crops from the early eras and people who got us crops. There were smart enough together. Which would would for them so they knew how to distinguish between one computer. And it's very carbon tonight. It's it's it's intuitive to understand that because they'd say that i'm looking at an i bill no locations in my locality appropriate. My city firefighter. Then pull up the most basic example of this. If you know which street would award so you don't get diarrhea with a is this something that develops eighteen hundred. That is what is there. This one language he mentioned started all the studies that these studies already. Show that such walking encyclopedias of naturalistic with individual names. In the local language for as many as a thousand on animals and with detailed knowledge of those species biological characteristics distribution and potentials as people became increasingly dependent domesticated plants and animals. The study showed knowledge gradually loses. Its value and become sliced until one arrives at a martin. Supermarket saw parts could not distinguish wild grass from and it's so do rising by lets me at one hundred percent get hardly distinguish between okay. Let's not reveal secrets. Medicis embarrassing stop yet but yeah. I can't distinguish hunts that easily and these guys because they were so in tuned with nature and it was a point of the bible. The most example of this. You can still hear from next pilot grandparents who Kind of lived in this kind of environment. you can still hear stories from them regarding What we call cutting methods of solving things like if you if you get injured put lake mustard. No seed honored organic. It must have been something something to holly obviously and all this. Yeah exactly so these kinds of What do we call home home. Every is basically in a way for by that. As you mentioned that. You know after giving a of kim who papa new guinea and. He mentioned that vitamin certain limitations. That because there was no filed crops out of this monday night under survived to other crops which dinner provide them enough ample food and education. They relied on aquatic lifestyle. And you know hi-fi dire so and other funding that he went into that. I liked was of iraq's about though uninterrupted flow civilizations european to that when being here they bind off aboard the aboriginal australians from this donation for the martin jetta diamond says if you look at the patterns of those people during that time We can see that these people in another maybe shoot ause. Years would've naturally arrived at this kind of civilization this martin civilization by them which first of all for the first reason. I find very interesting. You if you remember when weeded out independence day which we were talking about how some people think that the colonization of india by the british was actually a good thing. These people will see that your drains or these things which they bought or abolishment of these things but yet going yes so first of all. If you look at jared diamond's arabs logic and if you look at it and we can see that. Is that the flexible. Our societies and all that all night societies would have reached a dead vision. Okla morton would eventually given enough time as lil as the funniest fact was just thinking about australia in the euro. Five thousand five hundred of reaching the modern stage which is when like that was just funny to me personally because when meeting the washington distant future the most we can think of this one hundred two hundred years and this guy is just thousands and thousands of years and we can even conceive of like the euro five thousand an eighty through man. That's that's actually thousand five hundred years from now and be complete sense. If nature to scores anything's gajah develop. These people would eventually come to this. Modern era and opposite mix i seven million years and it comes back to the first or the second episode of a question where we said that evolved from africa. It moves and okay. Let's start with modern humans. It first game in the fertile crescent area european regions and then it migrated and that was aruna molina two yours and forty thousand years ago. The mayor australia and lemon two thousand years ago to america's so obviously these areas have a head start in terms of human evolution of human development. So if you give enough time to all the regions and if they are detached bill indi-individually up in the mortar nights. But then again. It's our discussion. Which maybe it's not part of the but we can have that what is good. You can live in salinas. You can end up organically which may take more time less time. Depending on how the naturally sources are there or you can be a more global. I start which was considered wars. That are people being greedy. But then you develop. Plus i mean. Yeah it's something to think about and it's not like people who were hunter-gatherers resisted for me. That was also one more thing that you mentioned that plants are not available. Or then you know. Let's stick with hunter gatherer again. This yellow so that did not work. So if let's say european admitted australian they bought into rob's even the native americans adopted that because they knew this was a more sensible approach and even saw that in south america. Right where you see. Some of the new different people south america handshake with europeans and got their horses and the new weapons in order beside by so they knew what was best survival and they're adopting so you cannot blame indians or native americans for being the super who could develop plants because as that timing was yeah the bio environment around them that That fundamentally of slower.

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"apples" Discussed on Everyday Talkies

Everyday Talkies

07:40 min | 1 year ago

"apples" Discussed on Everyday Talkies

"Gruden suppose you want to the first reason. Was that the weather also for restaurant. It was situated geographically in such that. It would it could allow what the perfect weather for rob struggles for actual annually in late and not depend too much on. Reinforce it could grow from lick downwards on the reverse and it would have the whatever it needed to basically sustain large agricultural food-producing society and obviously dry summers of because the climate isn't a swab evolved. That way right. That did not involved much water much rainfall and so therefore less human intervention and that is how the climate editor prevented a lot of benefits will lead into the second wanted. That tie was dark. It was highly abundant. Now obviously what just except he gives that you know one of these countries in the twentieth twenty percents geoscientist. They were analyzing. How many fired glasses out there. That can be able. And obviously there are as mentioned lax so in that case how do we narrow it down to basically only liquid ones which we are attracted to. It's so the sky orissa because seats are fleshy fruits or these other small cat and he followed that fifty. Six of them so fifty. Six while glasses grew across the entire world's which were recruited. The foundations are plants from which are edible. Crops grew now according to analysis for darkness tactics. them let's more than fifty percent off. Vile gases grew photograph into the abundance of itself advantage. Hina ghitis who themselves were so tickle food source of the food i watch killing animals or critically still in all of that and but apart from that you also pick up fruit site and with so many edible plants actually mcclellan. Because luke's you put them and that is how so for more context the last episode. Where there. Let's go for the this. Especially i think in last r. chop nets had gum. These kinds of stuff like even Bodley in on these things these things would sell date. The did not require much air intervention from animals or humans. Basically mitch helping of more or less domesticating them and also growing at larger there seems to be easily obtained and then reminded while donated the on that stuff. Just what jap one of the apartheid years here is that if you have cell pollinating they don't really you did right. So whatever dance that really quiet. The critics tend to have more and more as we grow the crops but if you had you know crops which cross pollinated then they were more tons of mutations which you can relate with what happens with amendments gender but mutations more variety but with glance you cannot afford to do that so your cellphone records and one of the examples of self pollinating or i would say the products of clutch guidelines which we eat on a daily daily life. What i think you ate it today. Morning was bred beat michigan photographic and. Obviously there's one fact of your back. This magic obsolete by mentioning. They were high important as well as start sites or visit balanced right. Because you want to eat food that make you strong and made you feel full. also i got just. That's what the problem was papa. Nobody who had lines that were mistaken after that water really rich so what ended up happening was people would just get big bellies because they were just eve. Gods and northern authority iron. No so you wouldn't really have spent. Just how big belly like my on the other spectrum you could also have crops. They car which basically grew in the new one is america's which are very low content of. So you cannot get good amount of nutrition. There's one leg funny line in this but read. He says that he says about before. Douglas that down in need. I'm anyone's even cd's suggesting an isa ordered distinctive biologic and features of the regions people might have contributed to the potency of its food production package. So what he's trying to says he doesn't know of any Anyone peterson suggesting that the people of the fatigue crescent where i guess innovate distinctive. What better than how people other people around the world which gave them an edge in funding and my mind just went through that cool reason. This note might -nology of the identity of jesus in egypt. You had Jews who were the chosen people then you had guards that mature like egyptians and this and that so it was just kind of funny. Maybe there is a top. We talks to all of this. The latest to move in will get to know what really happened in pow region developed doomed. They get past the main point. Is that of the whole chapter. I it can be summed up in a way Machado diamond basically says that. He's she does not think that though it was the people that were that were the reason for the civilization of food production happen at the time it. It was just like other insect geography of liberty of legs. Because that stuff. Yeah so actually. Let's expand on that same. So we discussed this meter advantages. But on top of that one can really ask this question on the very first point that you said that what lights in the mideast region. I somebody didn't climb. Climate is the most obvious reduction that it supports are being in a more general way but it is obvious that that is not the only area in time it exists there are other places around the world so why is it that for tacos and was chosen and not the other areas. We had australia south africa california. These i made didn't limit but farming did not even develop independently then all borrowed or use up by the farmer so again he mentioned. I just quickly go to these advantages that the most one is the for crescent is basically the largest way didn't media so being the largest obviously has a spokes and given the logic has the largest library so nope it's important to understand that because if an which is very point the climate supported if the plants and will you get so and go plant at one area and that cannot really. What do i say help you feed throughout the right. So let's say that you grow the crop on january you can feed for three months and you haven't even less By because they didn't have necessarily blue like us could store inimitably but there has to be somewhere i did. They have to some december twelve years. They can feed themselves at the society so having very seasons invaded but just the area had them did as well yeah bless. He also mentioned that in mountainous regions the farming game Modem gradual because you would blend along the moncton and would start harvest blanche at the for faster than the ones above until you could harvested different points of figured which allowed them to have a food year and the fourth one to expand the literature but he mentions that i was obliged to go hang so the more domesticated animals. You have it helps you gather blunts so for dacas and was lucky. In that area accord ship be big cow all of that delegated of the furnace and no lead only news adam alleged respected was. It'd be beloved. What's with the earliest. The earliest animals with respected and auxiliary. Don't provide you any estimated in the modern. Let's stick to that experience i need. Let's let's leave. China out outta the virginia if you see gord ship be gout operating media's or full for clothing and all the other factors. They had a dog. I don't foresee. I have not heard about it. There's not much this so maybe we'll get to know more soviet senate by you know we.

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"apples" Discussed on Everyday Talkies

Everyday Talkies

08:16 min | 1 year ago

"apples" Discussed on Everyday Talkies

"Hello guys. Welcome to the new episode of everyday talkies. You're back with the aetna ninth episode for gunstone. And before i really japan. Welcome to co host with scott hulo now. Name is apple's indians the lots of things to unpack in the sceptre. Deputy was really cute so it look as what like embarrassing amount of days to complete this. Let's leave it at that recorded. Niran so let me have other things to nestor but did the stuff that is. That's interesting set of things but before we come to that and before we unravel the mystery at bazaar. Indians pusher writer due to the honors. And i know it's a tough job you have to recap the last of basically what book that activator of doing questions about biz house. Relations are awarded glue had different And so we'll talk about different civilizations like papua new guinea south america up all gm redick examples from there and basically examined realized what it was that led to what conditions led to certain people acting in a certain certain civilizations evolving before us another once in this whole version of like five chapters is basically about food production and howard contributed to the rise of civilizations across the world and if it at all and specifically now we're at this chapel called aperture indians not us indians other indians. So basically going to be talking about if it was that food. Production started so late in america's because the apple was at old or the president of american on indian was nice. I would strongly so. I'm gonna come in. Everybody was listening to and was joined us on this episode goalless and the other episodes yet basically be. Somebody's did but it's good so we get more tax it and listen at huskies. I don't mind that and it will give you a holistic experience because you know be basically golic some. Oh you all been mega to where we are now and initially when this chapter the cd's shepherds that is book started from flowerpot. Initial chapters. very win. it was something which was only told us that you know vitamin is important. There was something to predict that that is why one of the very heavy no announcer like big kind of coolest y food correction became such brennan that it still going off like eight thousand years you know and how it replaced hunter-gatherers all around the world and here we basically touch on that new keyboard but mostly what we talk about how it was that certain plant kim comed- domesticated over the course of thousands of years and why those plants in why it was investigator in certain places and not the other foot this chapter specifically the biggest thing is the full question which is funny because when i was eating i looked exactly the for alcoholism false because i had a beard and air out. It's actually it. Actually tracks was Before crescent is more or less covering the same place as jeter. Sulaiman nasdaq on those pieces. Veggies was one which is I don't it's a really big conspiracy or coincidence of work. Actually make sense because i had the exact same so for people who are listening to the area which i don't see the iraq darden taking this names. Interest context makes it feel that what seriously that is where the is imagine district desert. What even intercut math. What is you see. That food was was invented. I discovered the you're right and like edible food farming so you would think that that would have reached more than heights and have crossed one after the other but according to today's news or a new before. Ob these countries are fighting amongst each other. there is more stable government People aren't actors. But that's a different story altogether. So that is one contrast from rhode island in school Civilization obviously started in the indus valley and the ones who domesticated everything of course like obligation does not as you might not mentioned that the focus compass whole are disturbed hazard area and it acts very belt at first you have food production and that is how civilizations double up because this town and things developed civilizations cultures evolving and with that you have your religious religion as well because the established in the previous chapters is one of the of us evolving from hunter gatherer to settling place culturally different shooting each other having classes of people and similarly religion grew according now all that aside type is not really like that of gopher chapter. Today i'll chapters motorboat so didn't he talks about basic staples that were domesticated In the photo christian which happened the earliest and not like he makes tea examples. Basically biggs davison be may well american missing the eastern american media and you have the southeast asia. So what he talks about is dad. Were this ideal. Set of plants and animals like five animals and lake the certain number of crops. That were mistreated. In the for digress. That gave them a significant advantage or like the presence of these plants. Give them an advantage domesticating. These white blinds departmental crops. Which did not happen in those other places because both places had different kinds of plants the corn and all these things and different kinds of animals yes with district context very easy to assume that they're so many plots going across the world. And why was it very difficult for you know astrodome. Stick them in. All of that question is that which will finally answer that wider for and had the moment of crops and invited other areas. You know your australia even africa for that. Matter and california this development dependent there was no independent development of crops. But yeah that as was saying that if the numbers there around to lack wild plant species and more getting discovered as he explored these rainforests more and more but yeah these plant species specifically focusing on that and the only a few thousand so if he assumed that we eat everything. Rosen the nature. It's not true. There is only a very handful amount of things that we eat and we read that it last separate that. Why did by plants because attracted by the fleshy fruit that the plants devoid innovates. Attract us and we have been falling with big the bigger sponsored spotswood motor oil or fibers and things like that and that is what happened. This chapter is more likely side of it came. Why the people of the photon question. Domestic certain types of robson. A certain other cops so it goes into describes a civically and the amount of protein that they held the seems that were up resin reward their uses and because like because of these crops. Three of those routine hike crops. One of those absolves us fully or making him. And what not and On a little girl was looking at you. So you hide like you would make stuff from leonard meeting so it created the fundamental basis for growing the civilization on top of that one question when fiscally when might not be a basic last in the very first chapter i dismiss over the other thing and the what would i that. By for delta sent over north. America north america. You'll be soccer. Developing you know blots leader optimistically litter so what was it was it that humans were dumping and they couldn't find lots to grow or that no plants there. There were no good answer. Grew that and that's how we could not the humans would not find them and they're gonna domesticated them and that's why the remotely together and the school leader liberal domestication arbiter later states i. Let's type understand that life autocracy and as we talked about of biscuit what who is not just to have this visual image for all of you listening at half the that area as episode You can take a look at it and understand which is dis- encompass but novel basically business just kind of looks like a boom and i it really does with a small handle booty towards turkey for some but okay. Let's discuss the advantages network. Syntagma job doctor for the lottery. So let us invite by that area this special that crops.

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"apples" Discussed on Plantrama

Plantrama

04:18 min | 1 year ago

"apples" Discussed on Plantrama

"Is something called very issue which is from the french meaning green juice and this is something that was used and made frequently in northern europe where there was not regular access to <hes> citrus. So if you were in greece or you were in italy you could grow citrus and you could have lemon juice for your food. But if you were in norway or france or england a lot of people made a lemon juice substitute from the juice of unripe. Fruits like apples and grapes primarily although also i think currents and maybe gooseberries and what you do. Is you harvest the fruit before. It's ripe when it's highly acid which is also why you don't eat a lot of green apples because the acidity upsets your stomach. The green fruit is much more acid. The sugars haven't fully developed so you you harvest your green apples or green crab apples or green grapes and by green. I mean not in color. But i mean not right juice those and you have a wonderful lemon juice substitute that is local and that makes the most of the fruit at that stage. And that's something that keeps in the refrigerator for quite some time because the acid is so high. Do you need a juice. Or what. If you don't have a juicer. Could you do this in a cuisinart with a little water you could. And because the fruit isn't fully ripe. It's not going to be as soft and juicy. So it is harder to do and i have done it and it takes some real take some real muscle so i think breaking it up in a food processor or a really good blender like a vitamix something. That's really strong is the best way to go at as little liquid as possible. And then you're going to need to strain that i through like a colander pressing out all the liquid and then maybe through cheesecloth to get up less little bits of of solids or coffee filter. What one other thing. That's possible and mary did mention that. Unripe apples are are great for making homemade pectin which they are and if you follow that a little bit further you can use that same unripe apple base as the basis for things like hot pepper jelly or an herbal jelly. If you like mint jelly with your lamb you can use that. You're just going to need to balance it with a little bit more sugar. And some other liquid so that the acidity level isn't super super high but since jellies are usually pretty high in sugar anyway and since usually you use something like vinegar for the base for hot pepper jelly using this very acid apple juice is another good way to use it. So that's that's another option. If if the visu doesn't appeal to you did mention to marry when. I responded in an email that i remember ellen when we visited a garden in portland oregon There was a man there who had apple trees and he had protected his fruit from critters with paper lunch banks. It was brilliant. What he did was he bought. You know the standard small paper lunch bags he made in what normally would be the bottom of the lynch big. He made a very small x with a razor blade or something and then when the apple was small popped that lunch bag over. The developing apple stapled the bottom closed and that lunch bag then protected it from birds and you know critters And as the apples then later ripened he would remove lunch bag here there to see if they were ripe enough and then of course at the end of the season lynch bags went right into compost because they were paper i thought it was brilliant. It looked a little funky but You might give that a try if you've had a critter problem with your apples. Well if you have a question that we can address in future podcast send it us. Land rama at g mail dot com and until next time remember to grow. Great things. Protect wild places and play in the dirt.

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"apples" Discussed on The Daily

The Daily

04:46 min | 1 year ago

"apples" Discussed on The Daily

"Democracy protesters in hong kong organiz. So apple is proactively searching for topics in its own app store that the chinese government deems off limits and removing a bunch of them. It's pretty extraordinary for an american company to play this role. It really is. and it. Essentially means that apple one of the most technologically advanced and richest companies in the world is bringing to bear its technology and its resources to help the chinese government censor the internet for chinese citizens. What does apple have to say about all of this. How does apple defend its decision to comply with these pretty authoritarian demands from china. Well in a statement apple gave us in response to our story. They said quote these decisions are not always easy and we may not agree the laws that shape them but our priority remains creating the best user experience without violating the rules. We are obligated to follow apple. Basically says that while it doesn't like these rules there. The law and apple follows the law and the countries in which it does business but obviously this is an uncomfortable situation for apple from my american mindset. I believe strongly in freedoms and twenty seventeen tim. Cook was asked about apple's relationship with china. But i also know that. Each country in the world decides their laws and their regulations. And so your choice is. Do you participate or do you stand on the sideline and yell at how things should be and my own view very strongly. Is you show up and you participate. You get in the arena. Because nothing ever changes from the sideline and he basically argued that chinese citizens and the world at large. You're better off with apple and china. I had this twenty five year view of china. So i've seen so much change in that quarter of a century and to me. The arc of that is clear. now it doesn't mean that it's a straight line but honestly speaking in no country in the world is progress a straight line and his argument is that even though china is changing apple has more of a chance to the country if it stays in the country then if it leaves and is just on the sidelines so given all of this these compromises. That apple has felt compelled to make. Is the company doing anything. Now to fundamentally change. Its reliance on china. Not fundamentally apple has begun to diversify in some very small ways. It is now assembling a small number of iphones in india. It's making airpods. In vietnam for instance but for the most part apple still makes the vast majority of its devices in china and the latest signs from its supply. Report show that its using an even higher percentage of suppliers in china than it did before so jack i'm thinking about this bet that you mentioned early on the bet that apple made on china you know that it would remain hospitable place to do business and be a good partner in the long run. How should we think about that that now. So from an economic standpoint. Apple's bet on china has been one of the biggest successes in modern history. Apple is the most valuable company in the world and it is the richest company in the world and the most profitable company in the world but at the same time apple was in some ways making a bet that its entrance into china. it's investment in china would forced china to open up into liberalize reflect more of the values than apple itself believes in so at the outset. I think apple believed that it could change china but two decades later. It seems to be clearer. That china has instead changed apple. I think that apple's relationship with the chinese government reflects a new reality in which the world soon to be number. One economy is run by increasingly authoritarian. Government that is willing to squash pro democracy protesters and also commit human rights abuses when it comes to the weavers which is the muslim ethnic minority in the country and because of the nature of the global economy where china is one of the largest consumer markets and more importantly the home to the most sophisticated large supply chain in the world. It means that western industry will now grappling for years to.

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