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"assan sears" Discussed on Never Growing Up - The Disney Parks Podcast for Adults

Never Growing Up - The Disney Parks Podcast for Adults

05:35 min | Last month

"assan sears" Discussed on Never Growing Up - The Disney Parks Podcast for Adults

"Probably we probably get that in the night apart from the rest of the day. I love wines. Suggest. That Rosie. And John Farrow say. And they have like such a really really great wireless guys skimming right now. They have like Assan. sear for by the bottle. Like. That's impressive. I'm really impressed by their wine selection for being A. Hundred dollars. For the. Kissed hard wordy cabinets. Yang yet, but again in the scheme of things, it's not the most expensive I've seen at Disney not that I've ever gotten a wine league new when they can I get a bottle of wine at. Disney resort! We probably stay around the eighty dollar range quite honestly. And that's and that's literally in the lower lower lower end. Their bottles. y'All, so get it to consideration of Disney price last. What you'RE GONNA pay. For that bottle of wine on the outside of Disease Fella, GonNa be cheaper in the grocery stores. Only this layer paying for it at Disney. Favorite is the. Malayan Don imperial happening and we always get that for anniversary and It's like a sixty nine dollars bottle of. Wine Art Champagne. Rosa A regular liquor store at Disney. It's usually like seventy APP is. For me, it's worth it because it has sentimental value and. It's also good so. Mental. May. Rest of these places I think are considered snacks. Yes well. The beginner snaps and snacks. There are some like quiz type of stuff, so we'll go through them pretty quickly and we're also forty six minutes so. So on tavern, which is again part of the Disneyland I have never gotten any food here. Backgrounds from there. Good, Young Just like. I think there's like three of them in a pack in. In their dislike. Assorted flavors. there. I. I. I was going to try and take a make my own. Those love, it goes into it heart. Do you have any baking skills on US belongings Outta? Yet and these are like kind of prepackaged things that you can get like ham and Swiss sandwich smoked Turkey and Gouda, and then there's a fruit and cheese picnic putter, which is probably. Perky! That's what I would have gotten if I was eating meat. Matt. To get the brew I'm not a FAN OF A. Over, yeah, and that is that is what's famous guests on Tavern. You get the souvenir well, if you choose to get the Souvenir Stein. Literally W price more so the most didn't see baby bell snack. I love. In lefkas brew, not familiar with it. It is frozen apple juice with a hint of toasted marshmallow and top with all natural passion fruit mango foam in served in. You know in a souvenir sign if you still get that one. That's a lot of sugar. Lost Sugar and so many flavors. God Marshmallow Apple Banning of Passion Fruit Ningbo A. Busy busy, busy busy. It, just I made a caramel apples. Or when might birthdays? Disney? Animated! Ingredient I called it a be evil others brew. fucker corporate, but super hung over the next day because it's just sugar in it adult knows more degree your drink. hangers entity, hence redway But So, yes, that likes to get that tastes like it think about is how long it's been thrown at the data remember. Next it now I'm just looking at this now. Because again. We have not looked at the menus prior and I wish I would have known this because so Prince Eric's village market is right across from a the Little Mermaid ride and I just thought it was like a place where you got like Turkey legs. Which yes, you do, but they also have and I didn't know this. They have a mermaid donut. I'm not donated person but Philip donuts. It's A. At with purple, a saying sprinkles top with white chocolate treasures from aerial Scotto, but in this is the big deal. Shore Yeah, if you if you like? Real D'Amato, they have frozen cokes here. I don't think you understand how much I love I. Go. So much. They. You get.

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"assan sears" Discussed on Don Talk

Don Talk

13:20 min | 2 years ago

"assan sears" Discussed on Don Talk

"Mistake. So that happens a lot. I don't know how much longer we're going to see a Sears. I don't even know if we still have a Sears in the Albany mall. Sears, Albany, Georgia. Let's take a look. All right, January fifth, twenty seventeen. Here we are the Albany herald states Sears in Albany closing. Albany k. mart not on the closure list. Bring that up real quick and just take a look. So it says Sears at Albany mall will close by the end of March. So if that's the case in this was January fifth, twenty. Seventeen. Yeah. It's been gone for a year over year almost two years now year and a half. Definitely. And this sad. That is very sad. But. I've got a point out. Something is sad is this is I mean my heart goes out to to the employee's. Okay, I get that. I have been at the receiving end of budget cuts. I have been at the receiving end of just get the hell out. I don't need you here anymore because you cost too much kind of scenario, and it's no fun. It's it's definitely no fun, and it's definitely no fun. You don't get any type severance package. One of those instances I did the other instance did not. So my heart goes out to those employee's that lose their jobs when when stores like Sears stores and k. mart stores closed down. But I gotta ask you a question. How many of you. And this may be a demographic question, but how many of you. Have actually stepped foot in a Sears store in the last two years. Think about it. How many of you have stepped foot in a Sears store. In the last two years now, I don't mean if if you went there the Sears auto center or whatever you had your your tires rotated or you got new tires or whatever. Okay, I'll give you that. I'll let that be a pass. You get a pass on that. Okay. But how many of you have actually stepped into a Sears store in the last two years to actually buy something. Instead of buying online, because I'm here to tell you if I've got unless it's something that I desperately desperately desperately need. I got to have it today. I am not going to a physical brick and mortar store. Not gonna do it. Not win. I can. Sit there either on my phone using an app. Which I had a friend of mine that. This was four years ago would order stuff on his phone Amazon app. And I thought that was so ridiculous because for me that point that apps just sucked. They absolutely sucked. Fun. Now in twenty eighteen. That I can do a quick look up on something on Amazon. It's what I need got the money or at least got the credit bam. Bob's your own cool. It's bolt a never have to go sit at my PC. So I've noticed that about myself over the last twelve to eighteen months more and more. I will actually use my phone to order stuff like that. But if I have if I don't need something. Right now, I'm not going to step foot in a brick and mortar store. Just not gonna do it. I'm going to buy it on Amazon or here lately we've been doing the online shopping and pick up of groceries at our local WalMart marketplace where I think we've done it for about a month. Now this is, I think, today was our fourth time. And using their app. I find that this is so easy that during the week we used to keep a list and we still do. Because I'm my wife and I are really the only ones using the app. But if I, I recognize that I'm running out of something. I'll quickly look it up on my phone. I had it to the grocery list at finalize that list usually around seven or eight o'clock Wednesday night. We schedule a pickup for ten o'clock Thursday morning, and so far we've been notified about nine forty five every time that our groceries are ready, and we click the check in button that we're on our way we pull up and within five minutes, there's a very, very nice employees. Her name is Queen. She's been the one bringing our groceries out every single time. You cannot ask for a brighter person. A happier per customer service is just pouring out of this woman. And so our experience with this has been nothing but positive. I'm not saying that we won't have a negative. As some point. But so far it's been great. I don't step foot in the marketplace. Which the only reason why I was going to a marketplace to begin with was usually to get cathode. Now I don't even have to do that. I just done there. She brings it out. We do go to Publix because there are a few things that marketplace doesn't carry. And then we got kind of a specialty meat in poultry type store, cardis foods that we have to go in and get like chicken breasts and things like that. But otherwise Donovan does not go into a brick and mortar story. If he doesn't have to in that is what's killing these retail outlets every single thing. And I'm not. I'm not trying to be happier Bollock here, but I know I'm running the risk of being somewhat hyperbolic every single thing that you can buy from Sears. You practically can buy online from Amazon. Did you know that you can buy prefabbed pre fabricated homes through Amazon. Yeah. Look it up and pre fabricated homes, Amazon dot com. There you go prefab homes, Amazon dot com. Now there. The books you're gonna make me eat my words, aren't you? Gonna make me eat my words. Now. Actually seen this. Not just the books. I've actually seen this. Oh, well. That's actually something though that that I'm Assan Sears have in common in their early days. That's actually one of the things I did is they sold. They sold homes. They sold homes. So. Oh yeah. You could actually get a Mods forty foot, tiny home here you go available from the end. Of course. What it looks like is. The trailer that would be on a tractor trailer and they modified it into a home. I've seen some of the insides of these things that they're, it's amazing what they can do point is there's practically nothing that you can get it Sears that you can't get an Amazon. So. It's very telling you have retail Alice, like Sears going the way of the dodo bird. Now going on our list of other retail outlets that could potentially be gone in the next couple years Barnes and noble. Barnes and noble. One of the, I think the largest brick and mortar bookstore left. In the United States have not the planet, but definitely in the United States. And of course lie is that you had borders. Amazon pretty much ate their lunch and they're pretty much. I mean, if it weren't for the fact that Barnes and nobles, I, it's not nobles. It's Barnes and noble, get right on. If it weren't for the fact that they were already so huge to begin with, they probably already be out, but they're they're emerging cash flow right now. They're cute to twenty eighteen numbers their overall sales dropped by seven point, nine percent. They lost thirty point one million dollars which is up from twenty point four million the previous year. This trend. This trend started in twenty thirteen. And why. Why is it? Well, e books. Lot of folks get their content. They're reading material. Via e books. They got an e reader, whether it's a kindle, weather's the kindle app on their phone, whether it some other type of raider. But by and large, Amazon is the largest e book seller on on the planet. So the kind of make sense. But we, you know, we're all. We're all consuming our content a little differently now. I mean, we have, we have all of these options. We've got it flicks. We've got Hulu. We've got CBS Alexis Disney's coming out with their own damn streaming service. You got DC universe coming out with their own streaming service where they're going to have titans in some other content. We've got all of this stuff here for entertainment. Nobody. Again, nobody's in quotes wants to read a book. Now. I've actually as I've gotten older gotten to the point where I do like the physical book, I do own a lot of e books. I own a lot of e books that I've never read. But as I get older, it's almost like a little bit of nostalgia that kicking in, and I want that that tangible feel of that paper. And I don't know. Maybe I'm thinking fifty years from now. There's going to be any such thing as books and all of these things are going to be collector's items. Who who knows. Another one is route twenty one. Some of these have never even heard of route twenty one. They were a, our eighteen retailer privately owned and they filed for bankruptcy and may of twenty seventeen. They're still going. None west. They target women shoes in excess res j. crew. They're closing thirty nine of their five hundred seventy five stores. But they've been. They've been described as curiously blank and directionless. Bon ton stores. I've never heard of them amber Crombie in Fitch that would have heard of they are teen targeted clothier and they've been struggling for years as expensive labels have fallen out of fashion. Well, let's stop and think about it. Who became. That demographic who became that that target market millennials, millennials by and large are minimalists. They don't buy a lot of stuff. In the things that they do by they typically make long hard informed decisions and they go, they do go after quality products. But that doesn't mean that they're going to spend one hundred fifty dollars sweat shirt or some nonsense like that.

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"assan sears" Discussed on KMOX News Radio 1120

KMOX News Radio 1120

02:28 min | 2 years ago

"assan sears" Discussed on KMOX News Radio 1120

"This is our american stories and for the hour we're talking about all things west point being joined by colonel tye sedgley and also internal sean scully boy these guys know a lot about history american history military history and particularly well west point history colonel sedgley wanted to ask you about the many articles and books and chapters you written in which you talk about the history of west point how did the institution developed from where we just left off to now and i wanna talk particularly about leadership to bring us up to speed on what's happened between those between the early inception of west point nearly idea about west point leakage loved to talk about this a west point from eighteen o two about my eighteen seventeen had a couple of people graduating a year it really wasn't a a powerful place that it wasn't always had a coherent idea about what it was going to be and then president monroe appointed so venus there to be superintendent the superintendent like the college president and before he became the president he went to france for two years travelled around bought books really became immersed in the way that they taught in france and particularly assan sear the french academy and with that two years of of really immersive experience in education came back to west point in eighteen seventeen and served for sixteen years our longest serving superintendent and created what we think of today is the modern academy and he changed it in fundamental ways that yale and harvard and others weren't doing he focused on practical education and that man education in mathematics particularly and then soon on on a on an engineering not just military engineering but civil engineering as well and he no longer taught the classics which is latin and greek and that's what yale and harvard we're focused on instead they are said no what we should do is teach french and make this a very practical education not training but still education and then he's decided we need small classes to do that in which he developed something called the we'd called today that they are method and we still do and that is small classes immersed in a subject with daily that we give testing almost daily to make sure that they are doing the the learning and.

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