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Fresh update on "bacon" discussed on Fork Report

Fork Report

00:30 min | 5 hrs ago

Fresh update on "bacon" discussed on Fork Report

"Ball I make now Shannon Farren can attest to this because there was a tradition for many years. She was always hosting a Christmas Eve party. Very intimate gathering. With her husband and some friends, and I would always bring this cheese ball I brought the first year I was invited. I brought this cheese ball. And it was just cream cheese. Bacon. Green onion Parmesan cheese. And you just blend it all together. Now, when I get really fancy, I would toast some walnuts in a in the fry pan or in some sort of a pan. Dry dry toast. Um And then Crumbling up a little bit, and then I'd roll that cheese ball into the walnuts. Then, If I got really super fancy, I'd have just a few little jalapenos. Diced jalapenos in the mix, too, are green chilies just for a different flavor, But the base of it was always green onion, bacon Parmesan. Blend that all together. In the cream cheese, and it is Incredible. And Shannon Farren asks for it every year, and if I don't bring it, she gets very upset. And so it's a It's a regular. It's now become an annual tradition on Christmas Eve, and I have to bring over the bacon onion Parmesan cheese ball. Um, one of the other quick things on the alcoholic side. Actions say alcoholic side on the alcohol side. Oh, for the insulin. I have to be really careful here, so I would just tell you this one real quick. We got to go to break but I'll just leave you with this one. Dockery's. I was always, uh, the hero at parties because I kept Little containers of Haagen Dazs sorbets. Lemons, strawberries. Key lime and then all you do is thought out. Throw it in the blender. Put your rum in instant. Dockery. Big hit every time. It's KFC. I am 6 42 Fork Report. I'm Steve Gregory. And for Neil Saavedra. There's Amy King. With the news..

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Envisioning Better Social Media Planning Using Planable With Xenia Muntean

The Bacon Podcast | Brian Basilico - Marketing Strategy Expert Interviews to CURE Your Marketing

02:25 min | 3 d ago

Envisioning Better Social Media Planning Using Planable With Xenia Muntean

"What it does plannable. Do what problems does it solve. That you found that is out there. Because i mean i'm used a bunch of these other tools and it was like Really doesn't do what i wanted to but i found that plannable is much more flexible in does a lot more. I used to those tools myself swell in my agency days. We were building a lot of what's called in. The industry editorial content calendars and so we were building a lot of those calendars for clients. And we were a bunch of people in in my agency that you know. We're we're collaborating between each other. We were working exchanging feedback on the content. Iterating on it. And we were doing all of this. And this excel file and in a spreadsheet and it wasn't the best environment it wasn't visual. We can really see how power content is gonna look like in the end And there was just because of the because we were using so many tools spreadsheets and then potentially email to discuss those spreadsheets. And then something like a google drive folder to keep all the assets or videos and jefferson images So that we can link them in the spreadsheet because there are so many tools entire mishmash of tools. A lot of time was just being wasted on on this back and forth and on this inefficient process. And i felt like our time Team could have been better spent if we could have voted a lot of those tedious tasks. And i tried a bunch of tools that do social media management and help you with scheduling and all of that and i thought they were doing a great job when it comes to publishing and scheduling but the backhand everything happens behind the scenes. Before you know what you actually want to schedule the entire planning. Collaboration i felt like that was a problem. That wasn't really served in the industry Especially if there's multiple people involved in the process if you have someone else in assistant that's helping you out with the with your content or You know if you if you have a huge social media team twenty people on board. They really do need some kind of way to organize themselves. And that's exactly plannable. does it. just it unites. Social media teams brings them literally on the same page offers them away of planning content. That is in a in a in a very accurate visual way.

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iPhone 12 Led Record Smartphone Shipments in Japan

Mac OS Ken

01:55 min | 3 weeks ago

iPhone 12 Led Record Smartphone Shipments in Japan

"Japan has got the fever for the flavor of five g. One analytics firm says that is thanks to iphone. Twelve apple insider report in the taiwanese site tech news. That report highlights new data from m research institute which i assume is chaired by kevin bacon according to the report on the report on the data. Thanks to apple's for five g. Iphone twelve models. Japan saw eleven million five g smartphones shipped and twenty twenty that is a four thousand percent increase from the two hundred sixty nine thousand five g smartphones shipped in two thousand nineteen the market share of five g. Smartphones is thirty three point six percent japan. Thanks to the dramatic adoption rate now. The surgeon five g phones actually pushed japan's smartphone market to a new record. Domestic smartphone shipments in japan increased by sixteen point nine percent year over year to thirty two point. Seven five seven million units according to apple insider that be twenty-seven teens record of thirty two point fifty eight million units in your face twenty-seven while the apple insider says twenty twenty the google translate version of the tech news story says the period of time covered was actually april of twenty twenty through march of twenty twenty one. While the five g iphone indications are impressive. It is worth noting the offset to timeframe if it covered calendar year twenty twenty. He'd be looking at eleven million five g smartphone. Sold with only about two and a half months of iphone twelve availability instead. You're looking at about five and a half months. Still impressive as i say though. Not quite as herculean.

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Home Cooks Find Antidote to Blandness in TikTok Videos

AP News Radio

00:50 sec | Last month

Home Cooks Find Antidote to Blandness in TikTok Videos

"Stay at home restrictions because of the pandemic created new internet stars tick tock cooks there have been more than fifteen billion food posts on tick tock begin with lame bacon onto an oven tray one of the breakout stars has been Harry he'll he lives in Dubai it's pretty straight for the stuff that I'm doing so I think when people watch my videos they actually think I could recreate that peel says the attraction to his videos may not all be about food a lot of my followers think I sound like fools social media professor crystal king says there is a new type of celebrity chef it's really amazing to watch people that just love food be able to reach the masses in a way that you used to only be able to do it through the Food Network heals most viral video is a Valentine's day dish with seared chicken breast roasted garlic sliced mushrooms and cream I met Donahue

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Bacon Jam (MM #3685)

The Mason Minute

01:00 min | Last month

Bacon Jam (MM #3685)

"The Maison with Kevin Nation. I don't know if you've seen these commercials for Sonic recently, with the, I think it's called their bacon Jam cheeseburger. And it wasn't something that appealed to me, I'll be the first to admit. I'm one of those people who doesn't care one way or the other about bacon, I like bacon. But I don't love it. Don't hate me for that. But this bacon Jam, I thought was kind of made up. I looked at it and it's like, well, I don't know if that looks good. It can't be a real thing. Maybe it's up there. Making up. Of course, I did the research and found out. No bacon. Jam is a real thing. And it's kind of like a jam, but yet it's more Savory than it is sweet. The Australians have a nice version, which is totally Savory. There's no sweetness to it, but in our American version, maybe some maple syrup, maybe some brown sugar. A lot of companies make bacon Jam, although I guess it's not really a big thing up until the Sonic commercials. I've never heard of it and there isn't much. That hasn't passed through my belly, at least, one time in my life. So I was kind of shocked to find something new. A condiment of some sort. If you will that I hadn't heard of, I thought it was made up only to find out. It's real dead.

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Bacon Jam (MM #3685)

The Mason Minute

01:00 min | Last month

Bacon Jam (MM #3685)

"The Maison with Kevin Nation. I don't know if you've seen these commercials for Sonic recently, with the, I think it's called their bacon Jam cheeseburger. And it wasn't something that appealed to me, I'll be the first to admit. I'm one of those people who doesn't care one way or the other about bacon, I like bacon. But I don't love it. Don't hate me for that. But this bacon Jam, I thought was kind of made up. I looked at it and it's like, well, I don't know if that looks good. It can't be a real thing. Maybe it's up there. Making up. Of course, I did the research and found out. No bacon. Jam is a real thing. And it's kind of like a jam, but yet it's more Savory than it is sweet. The Australians have a nice version, which is totally Savory. There's no sweetness to it, but in our American version, maybe some maple syrup, maybe some brown sugar. A lot of companies make bacon Jam, although I guess it's not really a big thing up until the Sonic commercials. I've never heard of it and there isn't much. That hasn't passed through my belly, at least, one time in my life. So I was kind of shocked to find something new. A condiment of some sort. If you will that I hadn't heard of, I thought it was made up only to find out. It's real dead.

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Curry's 30-point run ends

CBS Sports Radio

02:02 min | Last month

Curry's 30-point run ends

"Out there that says rules are made to be broken. Well, records are made to be broken as well. Streaks are made to be surpassed or made to come to an end, and it just so happened. That Steph Curry ran into a formidable defender in Russell Westbrook as the Warriors air wrapping up their road trip on Wednesday in Washington. Steph Curry has to take on for the most part. The battle of the hounding the aggressiveness. Russell Westbrook and you know Russ is tenacious. I mean, The man's relentless He likes to prove a point. He likes a personal challenge. This was a game in which the Warriors were up big early. And then we're up by 11 in the fourth quarter. What got sloppy. And then the shooting went cold in the fourth and so very quickly, the Wizards were able to narrow the gap. They were definitely missed opportunities for the Warriors. But the Wizards were able to take care of. There's real rocking the cradle back and forth. I'll cut stores, right head down right block to the basket Bank and score bacon score because he runs by Russell Westbrook. Hello five as it was to fly high 1 14 1 10 with 55 seconds left. Bradley. Beal had 29 points in this matchup against Curry. Top two scorers in the N B A to start tonight, Curry had just passed. Bradley Beal Washington rallies from 11 down in that final quarter. But even in that last minute after the lay up with Dave John that you hear with Dave Johnson on the Wizard's radio network, even after that, Warriors got a big feel and Andrew Wiggins blew a wide open layup that would have tied the game in the final. I think it was the final 10 seconds I was listening to the game on the war years radio network.

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Kevin Bacon Reveals Why He Returned Kyra Sedgwick’s Engagement Ring

Who? Weekly

00:46 sec | 2 months ago

Kevin Bacon Reveals Why He Returned Kyra Sedgwick’s Engagement Ring

"Kevin bacon returned kira sedgwick's engagement ring. Because she hated it. Can you guess the jokey lead the kevin bacon e jokey lead. I'll seven degrees of rang hating or this degree of. Let me tell you something. You're on the right planet. You're right there. you're hovering over the. Is it the right joke. It's the right joke continent. You're like hovering over the right continental joe. We're this many degrees from kevin bacon. But we know he'd return cures that what is it is. We're sorry. I thought it'd be easy. I know it's not easy but it is it. Is this call it. Six degrees of miscommunication. Oh happened to say

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Count Down for Australia's Return to Orbit

SpaceTime with Stuart Gary

01:56 min | 2 months ago

Count Down for Australia's Return to Orbit

"If all goes according to plan almost exactly a year from now. Australia will officially become a spacefaring nation. Again of course. Back in the nineteen sixties. The warmer iraq rain outback south. Australia was one of the busiest spaceport in the world. Second only to cape canaveral in florida and on october the twenty ninth nineteen sixty seven. Australia became only the fourth nation on earth to launch a satellite at built into from its own soil win the scientific spacecraft reset one blasted off from space launch complex. La eight at woomera but with a lack of foresight and vision. That would leave. Most people stunned. Australia's dimwitted politicians squabbling amongst themselves. Only ever seeing as far as the next election decided there was no future in space. And that's a direct quote now remember. This is at the very height of the space race. The satellite communications industry was already growing into a multibillion dollar giant shining and bacon on the path to the future. There's no benefit of hindsight here. It was clear to everybody at the time accept. It seems australia's elected representatives and the level of stupidity. Australia's politicians is really quite mind blowing. Not honey do they. Turn down an offer for australia to become one of the founding members of the then fledgling european space agency but the government also sold off most of the technology and infrastructure which had been painstakingly developed at woma scrap value. It's taken over. Half a century but australia is finally getting back in the settle with the creation of an official australian space agency and you space ports being developed for nasa by equatorial launch australia in the northern territories omland landing not and another company southern launch commencing missile tests slots rocket range. Niece agena and developing. Its own over. The launch complex. Whale is way mayport

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What Earth Looked Like 3.2 Billion Years Ago

Short Wave

08:23 min | 3 months ago

What Earth Looked Like 3.2 Billion Years Ago

"We get into it quick very general refresher on plate tectonics the outer layer of our planet. The stuff we're sitting on is made up of a system of hard plates rigid blocks of rock that move relative to each other and they glide around on top of a layer of softer rock that makes up part of the earth's mantle these rafic plates drift around colliding causing each other to crumple or slide over top of one another. It's why we have most of our mountains and earthquakes in roger wants to know in earth's long history when those plates started moving answering that question was a bit of an adventure. Okay so roger to figure out when these plates started shaking and bacon moving around you had to go on a hunt for some very specific rocks. Where did that take you. Yes so we follow the old rocks. We go to the parts of the world Where rocks from three billion years ago are actually preserved And this is hard because actually of plate tectonics so play tectonics life recycles the surface of the earth over and over again only about five percent of the earth's surface represents the first half of our history. Oh that's really interesting in other words if you're a piece of continent three and a half billion years ago there's very little chance. He survived to the present day so specifically we went to an area. north australia. Called the pilbara so this is an area where there isn't a ton of turnover due to plate tectonics so you can find some really old rocks there. That's right yes. Just by the luck of the draw these rocks have been knocked around on the surface of the earth. It probably wandered all the way from the poll to the equator many times but Over the course of these three billion years it was never pushed down into the interior of the earth in which case it would have been heated melted. What is it look like roger. Yeah it's a really beautiful place and most of the terrains. Condie's green rolling hills with these kind of spiky kind of drought resistant. Grasses is better look then. Walk through sense yeah. It's prettier than it. Feels as what you're telling me exactly the same field season. We took these samples. I I made the grave mistake. Taking light-duty hiking shoes that also had some holes in it ended up duct taping my feet every day just armor at a little bit more against the the spiky grass so okay so you're you're hiking along you find iraq they are looking for you. Collect your samples. And then you take them back to your lab and try to determine their magnetic history. What is what is that me. Yeah that's exactly right. So we'd take the rocks from the field We keep track of how the rocks are are oriented so in other words wish science up and then we take it back to our lab and we measured that direction of of the magnetic field in the so turns out all naturally form rocks contain magnetic components. So i mean i mean. I knew that i knew that. Keep going on your then. Totally knew that. Yeah yeah so so. All natural rocks contain these Minerals so these little grains of material that actually are magnetic and they're actually behave like little compass needles. And if you take a take a rock any old rock and you measure in the instruments that we have You can detect the direction that these little magnetic grains are pointing. Wow so you you can literally take rock and say okay. We know this rock was pointing in this direction. That's exactly right. Yeah and The reason this is useful in our in our case is that the magnetic field of the earth exists at different angles in different directions depending on where you are on earth and specifically changing latitude if you go from one latitude to different latitude on on. The earth dangled a maniac field changes. So if you can measure the angle to make field in these rocks you can figure out what latitude through the form that. Wow okay okay so you you you figure that out and then let me know if i have this right then you compare them to nearby rocks that you know the magnetic history of you know which way they were pointing and that helps you understand like when they started moving By looking at our data of where this rock was relative to the equator and comparing to other studies We showed that this rock actually moved from position. Closer to the equator so in in the tropics of the earth to position that's farther from the equator so in kind of the mid-latitudes and and we can quantify how quick this drift was how quick this motion was and from that. We know that this does and was moving at the same rate at the same kinds of velocities that the modern continents move. Oh that's cool and so into you know when that happened because you know the age of the rocks as well. That's right so other people Other workers that have visited rocks before us. have looked at particular parts of these particular mineral grains in these rocks. Tie actually preserve information about how old they are So for each of these measurements of how close the rock was to decatur We can also put an age on that on that position so roger and his team by collecting and analyzing these very very old rocks and australia came up with an estimate. Their research suggests earth's tectonic plates were in motion at least three point two billion years ago. Several hundred million years earlier than we thought and another cool thing about rogers research. It weighs in on a peculiar geoscience mystery. So there's this very long standing question in earth science of how the earth seems to have had water surface for released last four billion years. Rogers says at that time. The son was probably about thirty percent fainter compared to today so the earth shoud have been completely frozen. But he says there's geological evidence liquid water was on the earth surface. Then you know one of the key ingredients that life to evolve on this planet so what could have made the planet warm enough for liquid water. You know where. I'm going with this. So one of the leading hypotheses for why. The earth managed to maintain equilibrium in temperature managed to have this thermostat. Is that plate. Tectonics causes the recycling of carbon into the earth and then also puts out carbon into the atmosphere and it does in such a way that the surface temperature is kept within the within a certain range. So are you telling me that. The movement of the plates that were living on is partially responsible for the development of our atmosphere and the temperature of our planet. Yeah that's exactly right. So this is a question that geologists have been pondering for like a really long time. How how cool it to add this piece to it to defined this out. Yeah yeah it. Felt very gratified to know that we have contributed to resolving this very old question. If feels like it feels like the effort was well worth it was worth the duct tape boots is. What you're telling me that's right. Yeah it was worth the the pokes foot every day every. Step all right roger. Will i really appreciate you. This super fun. Yeah yeah this is really

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NCAA Tournament East Preview

Courtside with Seth Greenberg

05:58 min | 3 months ago

NCAA Tournament East Preview

"Welcome to coincide with greenberg dockage in the south bracket where the number one seed is. Bela number two seaters iowa states. Let's get right into it. John gallagher wild and i like john gallagher. Head coach at hartford neighborhood. Man the neighborhood who here west hartford the neighborhood as the ultimate philly guy. John gallagher is the ultimate dilly guy. I've already got the text from. I've spoken is tipped off banquet a year ago. The dude is certifiably insane in a good way. What he no one is going to enjoy the ncaa tournament more than it. So as soon as they won they immediately went to indianapolis and starts to quarantine and have experienced john. Enjoy it. we're gonna say nice things about you. You're a good guy. And ballard dance so nokes no trepidation about baylor's performance against oklahoma state. Oklahoma states really good people are losing their mind. What at at baylor games. They're playing in the big twelve. They're not planning west coast conference. You're playing in the big twelve. You're planning against other teams that have good players. You're gonna lose games all right. The next game is interesting. Opening round games wisconsin. Why i think he's just not right against north carolina who depending on the day is not right. I mean real simple carolina. You can take care of the ball. Are you gonna make your shot if you take care of the ball and at least get shots up. Then you have an advantage. Except that as we know wisconsin wisconsin's analytics over. Like if you just look at their analytics you would think they'd win every game. They don't give up second shots that will turn it over. They get pretty good shots but they don't play winning basketball. I know that sounds weird. But there's something not right. I think carolina find a way to win that game except the carolina. Jecklin hide reminds of this game. Would you like i like carolina. And this and i look whatever's happened to nate rivers whether it's kobe whether it's whatever it just hasn't been good. I expected more out of him. They don't run their stop nearly as well as they didn't pass they rely too much on one. And frankly they're not a one on one team. And you know what would those big garrison brooks bay. Come and all and bacon's and everybody else you can get into wisconsin. Guards make them drivers into traffic. I think this is a pretty good match up for north carolina. I just think they're better. And i think they're going to win the basketball game and i think they're going to win it fairly big. So if you wanna bet on a game this probably going to have tyke spread. That's gonna move it out a little bit. I think this is the game i think. North carolina wins by double digits. All right to winter is the sexy upset. eco nova plant without conquests. Be justin moore play the other day but wasn't good. They started the set a little bit. You know this is. This is a winter key. May play really fast. I've got a low post lower burns at play him about fifty minutes game. he's really productive. Obviously they got a very good camera. Badran the big six seven kind of point guard because they run the show through a tuck this about. They're extremely aggressive. Pat kelsey really likeable dude. Winter months play fast was gonna try to get into half court who you like. Well i i agree with everything you said. I think winter got a hell of a team. But if this was any other organization other than j j rights organization i would say the winthrop's gonna win the basketball game but you still have robinson hurl. You still have samuels. And if healthy justin moore. You've got three guys. You've got the best three guys on the court. And that always bodes. Well now the point guard situation okay. It is what it is. We all know that point guards at villanova stuff are important. It is the sexy. Pick the five twelve upset all that kind of stuff. But i'm not betting against jay wright and his organisation they just seem to overcome things that need to be overcome when they need to be overcome. I great i agree all right. So now this is an interesting north texas by gurus helmi north texas guards. The crap you absolutely flat can guard you an elite defensive team. They put great pressure notable they then eyeball reversal on play. Two man game with javon Handle it let the point guard and that they are really really good solid defensive team. They turn people over there really aggressive. But you've seen teams like that. Purdue doesn't beat themselves. You pretty has probably i i do. I think this is going to be right down to the wire south because what. I've talked to people today actually. Starting last night couple guys. I was surprised. North texas beat western kentucky. Not because i knew anything about no taxes. But because i saw western kentucky for three games and and they're really good athletic on the wing. Strong tough. I think what you said about the all of the defense bits. Dramatically bad against purdue get up into. They're not the quickest. Get shot team jay nineties really the only one that can i think this is going to be. I'm going to bet against purdue because i think produce offensive analytics put them in the top ten. But nobody's really pressured purdue nobody's really got into them and under wings. Don't take this game for granted. North texas is going to cover whatever the point spread is pretty wins. It the end. Are you got another big time. Texas tech utah state and utah state. Pounds that thing in pain name is cadence a big physical that play a four round. One run actually pretty good motion and so pretty good actions to me. The kid just being an interesting precedent. Don't shoot it as well as they happen to pass but they really defend the top five rebounding They're a very good offensive antiques. Keta against texas tech doesn't have a legitimate big tonight. 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Andra Day, 'The United States Vs. Billie Holiday'

Popcorn with Peter Travers

07:49 min | 3 months ago

Andra Day, 'The United States Vs. Billie Holiday'

"An exceptionally good movie out. There now called the united states versus billie holiday and my guest today. Andrew day is playing billie holiday in such an exceptional incredible way that she's already got two nominations from the golden goal actress in a drama. In best song you know. So what more is there. come on. let's go out and sell them. I like iraq is gonna drama cly waiting to make that joke for like a week. I hear under that. You just desperate to play billie holiday. Dismiss this what's it. You had to go begley daniels and say this is my part as groveling at his feet on what i want all my life getting acting for all my lack of what just never never so yes. Deadly the exact of that is what happened. I'm just terrifying. I had not acted before other than in high school writing middle school like musical theater. Some plays but i never acted before as a major motion picture leading a cast. It was the idea that to me was like unfathomable unanimity at n ridiculous. Actually to be honest. I was like this is a terrible idea so now but i met with him and his he was thinking the same thing he like now. I really don't to preserve his role in so we didn't want to win a perfect meeting. Yeah it was amazing. Actually i know want you. I do not want to do this part anyway. Why don't we just sit here. Should be here these orders and we can go home so it was interesting. We bonded because we both were like. This is a terrible idea. But i saw him a desire to authentically. Tell billy store. In as a fan of billie holiday that was part of my fear is that i'd be staying on her legacy. that'd be stay on a great. Diana ross's legacy lady sings the blues or audra mcdonald on broadway. So i think we both saw. He was worried that he would also be that in casting me in so so we both had a great fear to overcome together. I think really for both of us. I mean through face into a lot of hard work and and and a great team right at gargantuan effort by our entire sort of ecosystem of people in family. you know we got together. We dove in. We move to get her here. We are win injured. Did the fear goal way Fear number one. Which but what happened was that i was uncomfortable and i was scared being but i had piece about. I had a piece about my purpose. Does that make sense. You know so was muscle. I was terrified. But i started to sort of feel my spirit. I try to stay. Spiritually grounded connected. I started to feel that. Okay just i was just reading. Certain things in has started to feel okay. I think i'm supposed to do this. I think this is something i suppose to say. Yes to i am. I actually read a scripture about being caused to face your fears doing act great faith and that's when i know care have to do this so i was still scared but it was one of those things that was like okay. You're gonna have to actually face it in a recumbent. Can you remember that. I seeing the did whatever that day was like where you're actually being billing. What did he was he gentle with yuli daniels and not starting with some. We actually very well. His the first day in the very first scene was gentle and our industry with natasha. Who's obviously incredible veteran actor writer like she knows this process from the top down so i was blessed that my first thing with her lee was extremely tender with me in two the entire process. You know so. It almost didn't matter with see we started with he had such care unanimity. But we did start. It's latasha leone is too little. The bank of holiday walking through central park in enemy talking about in his ability never jail talking bar tabarre card demand that she's dealing with stating from her. So it was. It was a little restricting through the park with the dogs. You know but it wasn't easy in the sense that it's technically my first day of shielding ever so that air ejector a by can't walk through parks sizably talulah bacon back and then the very next scene was actually her and i just making out in jewelry store so it was great. Second you know. Joe right in with lynching sexiness his first week little stroll in central park. That never happens again. Naked in front of strangers. That was gonna ask you before. I we talk about billion and the connection that that the two of you have of that night before you went to work the next day. What kind of a good night's sleep did you have. I'll regularly so. I really didn't sleep that i i'm not a. I'm not a sleeper. That's skill in the talent. I have not yet developed. Maybe somebody can hire me to be asleep. Let's see if some miracle pops out of that. That would be great so you know. It's interestingly enough people. Ask me what scene i struggled with the most non my okay was very emotionally challenging with a cenex. Struggle with divorce was in the hospital. But they're like billy's sleeping dislike. Relax a little bit like you just sleep Get closure is billion now. I there was no sleeping before going to set. Did it help you all that you have this wonderful musical career that you've been on stage in front of people. It's not the same thing as acting but in a way it is known as a singer as a musician. You have to feel everything you have to make it. Look like it's rolling off a lock that this is it. You can be confident than within the confidence. You can be inspired. He ended up at all. Yeah i think it did excellently. I mean you know one of the things my acting coach thomas which say she's like you know when it comes to acting. She knew how just terrified was she said it is. They are different but it is sort of the same. What she she calls. We ought announcing Chapman tuna says. Okay you know so. I think it did help in the sense that i know what it is like to go onstage. I know what it's like every night. The pressure before you go on stage the need for audience to love you for them to be satisfied for them to feel your love them. And i understand the washing process that once you're in it and you're in the music in your is i look at it as sort of a washing kind of cleansing a healing. Because i think that's it. And then i understand the feeling actor a performance of like. Oh my god that went so great or everybody's loving it select or arable like oh my god i i never wanna perform again. You know what. I mean. So i understand. Bill got sort of arca the most. There's so many permutations that yeah there is. It's it's definitely an entire roller coaster that you go on before gain state while stays in after you get on stage so we'll could save you years of therapy. You

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British minister says on Meghan interview: 'No place for racism

Morning Talk with Martha Zoller

00:37 sec | 3 months ago

British minister says on Meghan interview: 'No place for racism

"The mourning after Prince Harry and wife Meghan Markle interview with Oprah Winfrey aired on CBS, the British prime minister's office, saying he didn't watch it, but that there's no place for racism in the country. Bacon and Terry said a member of the royal family Discussed their baby skin color, while Meghan, who is bi racial was pregnant. So we have in tandem. The conversation of he won't be given security. It's not gonna be given a title. And also concerns and conversations about how dark his skin might be when he's born. The couple declined to say who made those remarks. Faxes Simon

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Where IS ruled, pope calls on Christians to forgive, rebuild

AP News Radio

00:44 sec | 3 months ago

Where IS ruled, pope calls on Christians to forgive, rebuild

"Francis has asked Iraq's Christians to forgive the injustices against them by Muslim extremists on the last day of his four day visit to Iraq today we reaffirm our conviction that pretends he is more durable than fatuous side that hope is more powerful than hatred that peace more powerful the moral the papes bacon muscle on his tour of northern Iraq as he visited the back cells of churches in the communities heartland which was nearly erased by the Islamic state group's horrific rain I did stop in northern Iraq the remnants of his Christian population tend out geplanten decked out in colorful dress Iraqi Christian look Niger just was thrilled to see the pontiff off to the steps of paper Francis in Iraq there will be no more tragedies happen I'm Karen Thomas

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Kentucky bill would make it a crime to insult or taunt a police officer

Hammer and Nigel

01:11 min | 3 months ago

Kentucky bill would make it a crime to insult or taunt a police officer

"In Kentucky would make it a crime. To insult police officers. This proposed bill in Kentucky would make it a crime to insult or taunt police officers to the point to where it provokes some sort of violent response. Well, that's what you see A lot of the especially last summer, these social justice protests he's marching in the street. People were just nasty. Going up to cops yelling and getting in the face is flipping him off. Sometimes spit in their faces. I think that should be illegal. Yeah, trying to provoke somebody like that. I mean, you know, walking past him. Police officers heard saying, Hey, I smell bacon. You know that kind of insult? Well, no, I don't think you should know that shouldn't be. But some of the nastiness and things that the vitriol spewed towards our hardworking police officers that I saw in this city last summer was completely unacceptable. And no, I I You know another lawyer, and I know what that would fall under the category of crime or not, but Certainly when you're trying to provoke a response from somebody to the point where it'll get violent than something should be done about that, if

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Shamima Begum Loses Effort to Return to U.K. in Fight for Citizenship

BBC Newshour

04:04 min | 3 months ago

Shamima Begum Loses Effort to Return to U.K. in Fight for Citizenship

"Court has ruled today that a young woman who ran away to join the Islamic State group should not be allowed back to challenge the government's decision. The strip. Her of her British citizenship should Mima Begum left her home in London to go to Syria. When she was 15, Now 21, she's living effectively stateless in a refugee camp in northern Syria, a lawyers argued it was impossible for her to mount any sort of defense from there. I've been speaking to one of those involved in the case, raising Brickhouse, a lawyer for the Civil rights group Liberty. First of all, her reaction to Today's really It's a disappointing day. To be honest, they're the decision that the court of Appeal made, which was the last decision in this case was a really positive one that suggested that she Mima Begum should be allowed to come back to this country so that she could have a fair trial on the Supreme Court has decided today that That's not the case and where disappointed to hear that. Yes, And in fact, the Supreme Court said that the court of Appeals judgment had bean wrong. Do not accept that. Well, we accept the Supreme Court's ruling and we respect it. Obviously, that the judge is making these decisions are hugely qualified and applying the law as they're required to do so. The problem really, is that the decision that the government initially made to remove, Remember bacon citizenship on just to be clear The case today is quite technical, but it wasn't about whether or not that original decision was the right one or the wrong one. It was about the fact that she member Begum is currently unable to take any meaningful part in that case because she's stuck in this camp in Syria. On D can't talk to her lawyers. She can't access court hearing remotely. She can't really have any proper opportunity. Tomo make her case and that's why we see this case is a really significant statement about the right to a fair trial in the U. K. And it is very concerning that the courts made the decision that it has yes and interestingly, the president of the Court, Lord read. I mean, he said the right to that fair hearing doesn't trump all other considerations such as the safety of the public. That's reasonable, isn't it? Well, it's what the court has done two days. It's essentially said that it's very much for the government to make decisions on national security on so this is quite a strong statement from the court today that where there are issues of national security going on, they're going to have a lot of respect for the decisions that are made by in this case, the home secretary on DAT is that is a legitimate petition for the court to take We have real questions there about whether the decision made by the home secretary was the right one. Given that hundreds of other people have already returned to this country from Syria, and they're return has been managed. They don't seem to have posed such a great threat to national security that they couldn't be allowed to return to this country, and we think there's a real really big risk here. That should mean the Begum is essentially being used for the government to play to the public gallery and what is a very controversial and divisive case. And she's being held up by an example. And it's accepted by everyone that the only way that we're at the moment that she could have a fair hearing of that case is if she was permitted just enter this country just for the purposes of taking part in this case that various measures that could be put in place to try and manage any risk that she posed and then proper process could happen whereby the home secretary's decision could be scrutinized in that case. Yes. Is there any other circumstances in which she might as the court put it being a safer position to take part in her appeal? I mean, could it Could it happen in another country? Do you think or does it have to happen here? I think that's really hard question to answer in terms of what happens next from the evidence that's been presented part of the case. It seems that there is a possibility. I don't know if it's a likelihood but as a possibility that she could be transferred to Iraq or two Bangladesh. That would be very worrying in both of those countries that be arrested should be executed because of hope. You know, past involvement with the Islamic state on it is very unclear. What else could possibly shift in this case that could actually allow her to take part in her appeal on the court did acknowledge that in their decision today that what is technically done is put on pause her challenge to the removal of her citizenship. It did recognize there was a chance that that that might never be able to actually go ahead.

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Scientific Serendipity

Your Brain on Facts

03:52 min | 3 months ago

Scientific Serendipity

"Plastic the material of a thousand uses the blessing and curse of our modern world. All the conveniences you could wish for was udalls of monkey's paw style consequences substances that could be classified as plastics have been in use for thousands of years from rubber balls made from tree sap in central america to the protective coating shellac which is made from the secretions of the lack beetle. They did their jobs. But you know not great. The raw materials were usually difficult to obtain or process which meant they were expensive so the products made from them were rare and only accessible to a select few tended to have short useful lives or were susceptible to temperature changes and humidity the industrial revolution. You may have heard of it. It was in all the papers created huge demand for new materials both natural and synthetic like celluloid made from plant cellulose and camphor and galileo if made of milk protein and formaldehyde then along came belgian chemist leo bake land in nineteen o seven bake land. Already had a wildly successful product under his belt the first fiber based photographic paper and he was on a mission to create a replacement for shellac. Shellac requires going to the trees where swarms of little red lack beatles are laying eggs and sucking sap until they burst. I'm barely being hyperbolic here. Indigenous people call it the feast of death as the beatles. Excrete the leavings of the sap. It forms a coating over the entire swarm which is scraped up bugs and all and taken for refining in addition to obvious things like woodworking. Shellac is also used even in the modern day in candy making so my vegan kosher and halal friends. Beware in bacon attempt to improve upon nature. He heated a mixture of formaldehyde and phenyle or coal tar a waste product which will appear in the script later rather than making a lacquer he inadvertently created a polymer that didn't melt under heat and stress. He applied for a patent for his new compound. Poly oxy benzyl methyl and glide colon hydride and yes. I got that in one take not i take but still one take that counts or your voice over services today at moxie bouche dot com bake bacon. Humbly named this new product bake lite. This new thermo setting plastic went like a house on fire. It could be and was used for everything from phones to dinner plates to toys to jewelry it was also a boon to the emerging on and electrical industries because it was an effective insulator apart from being the first proper modern plastic it is also the first synthetic material to lean into being a synthetic material rather than trying to look or act like a natural product it was lightweight durable and could be molded into nearly any shape. You could think of in nearly any color or pattern you wanted. It also looked sleek and modern the apple aesthetic of its day bake lite introduced plastics to the fashion world to be followed by nylon polyester spandex. Send more these. Plastics have inspired fashion designers to do more with less more choices creativity and durability with less material. wait wrinkles and expense

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How to be a Body-Positive Parent

3 in 30 Takeaways for Moms

03:06 min | 4 months ago

How to be a Body-Positive Parent

"Dive into your first takeaway of how we as parents can set up to hopefully have a positive relationship with their bodies and food. Yeah so my first takeaway is really really important for everyone to hear russell as which is to understand that health and weight are not one in the same and this is an enormous misconception. That most of us have i think. I even had their so many misconceptions that b. m. I is kind of this perfect metric of health and that the bigger the body the less healthy body and i think increasingly people get that in mainstream ideas that you could be in a bigger body but also very fit but there are limits to the way people are able to kind of flex their minds around this issue. So it's a really important one because there are so many ways in which we talk just colloquially with our kids or with other grownups around kids to say things that are not intended to do anything other than maybe promote health which has a value. You know it's nothing wrong with valuing health but there are ways in which folks talk about health in a way that ends up being quite a process and not uplifting and not inclusive enough and so we never want kids to get the idea a while. If i lose a few pounds i'll be healthier. Oh mom gained some weight so she's not healthy. Health and weight are not in the same. And so how can we really make that clear to our kids to talk about how you can't actually tell much about someone's health by the way they look and know that in doing that. We're actually offering our kids an opportunity to be much more inclusive open minded in compassionate towards all people themselves. Yeah exactly. Yeah and we haven't talked too much about health at every size. We've talked about intuitive eating on the show before but there's a book health at every size by linda bacon If anybody wants to dive into this more. Because i do think that there is some cognitive resistance. We're like no that's not true. Wait does correlate to help our instinct. Is that and in this book. She walks through all of the research that shows. Actually it is not directly correlated. You can be very healthy and be in a bigger body. It's more about the way you care for that body movement and all those other things but it's hard to accept it because of the media and the diet culture that we've all grown up with and even well meaning doctors and people saying the bmi chart and focusing on that or really encouraging you to lose weight if you're not within a certain range while not looking at like well. My blood work is great. My blood pressure is great. And all of these other things that i'm caring for my body. That is a better indicator of

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Jono Bacon On Creating People Powered Communities

Leadership and Loyalty

04:48 min | 4 months ago

Jono Bacon On Creating People Powered Communities

"Maybe you are old enough to remember When teens hung out and so do the older generation who got their exercise their at the mall. Well as you are no doubt weh malls were dying long before the twenty twenty pandemic. Today they are on the last belabored breath. Do you care well unless you're big box store. Probably not but there was something about malls that went beyond shopping and that was community. People met in the food courts. People went for their excited. They were older. You know there was a place to hang out. There was a community that we gathered. the mo- community was very good for business but as malls disappear. How can we build communities that grow all businesses. Well that's exactly what we're going. See my guest on. Today's show john bacon. He is the also of an award. Winning book called powered. How communities can supercharge your business your brand and teams as well as four other books. John bacon is the leading community and collaborative speaker also and podcast. He is a columnist for forbes and open source dot com founder of the community leadership summit found of conversations with bacon and found of bad voltage. He is an advisor to alien vault. Molten data dot world microsoft open networking foundation and open cloud consortium. He works as a consultant with clients from setups like hacker joana manta most digital assets and others and major organizations like ink santander deutsche bank intel microsoft and a couple others so waiters and gentlemen. Please put your hands together. The is the most incredible intro. Think i've ever experienced on a podcast. Thank you very much to. I know we don't we scrub well. Welcome this is not nice w fit on the way to be lovely. Some of your listeners have no idea what wait so i guess on my show a long time ago in roland in is now but he he's an englishman to and he's also also from from yorkshire and we both work at human hacking conference together last year and they the the person who runs that conferences owns the conference was so an analyst accents that we could play. He wanted us to do ten minutes on stage. Just talking lancashire and yorkshire and that's what we did. Is this english. it's been a lot easier recently. I think when when when. I'd say i'm from i was born in yorkshire to say what does the accident. Now i can say. Game of thrones. Watch game of thrones and that's basically a northern accent that's true yes yeah popular virtue. Although both of us have gotten a little bit of a best is asian to away for a long time. Yeah exactly so general. One of the places. I'd like to start. The show is by asking. You know in this world of influences where. Everybody's an expert influence just look on instagram. Or if you don't know who is someone we might not know a might not even consider has been a major influence on you and on your leadership. Wow there's there's a few I mean one person that really kind of switched on a liable for me is Rory sutherland whose ogilvy Some years ago. I was not being. I've been working and building communities for awhile. One of things. I find fascinating about. This is the it's understanding. The the real deep motivations of why people make decisions why people collaborate together which obviously you spend a lot of time working on and i learned about behavioral economics. Through rory seventy didn't amazing tedtalk called confessions of an odd man and that really sent me down this rabbit hole of what is the role of psychology and how we come together as people and driving forces behind it. So he's definitely one person but you know as well i mean. Obviously seth godin is fairly well known but i the thing i like about seth. Godin isn't much. His teachings is more of his approach. His this fundamental focus on service that if you're of service to other people then good things will happen to you when you wave through everything that you do. I think great things happen

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"bacon" Discussed on The Bacon Podcast | Brian Basilico - Marketing Strategy Expert Interviews to CURE Your Marketing

The Bacon Podcast | Brian Basilico - Marketing Strategy Expert Interviews to CURE Your Marketing

08:10 min | 6 months ago

"bacon" Discussed on The Bacon Podcast | Brian Basilico - Marketing Strategy Expert Interviews to CURE Your Marketing

"Symbol of or to be of importance so to kind of help me. Visualize this concept. I think of it as a lighthouse. A lighthouse on a cove. So you don't crash your ship into the rocks. And that's what i want to be this year. I wanna be somebody who helps. People run their businesses better. I want to be very intentional about it. And during last week's interview with mark essays. Smith i mentioned that on the podcast and he brought up. He says you've gone from bacon to be. Can i said yeah. That's exactly right and if you haven't listened to that episode episode six thirty one you need to go check it out. It's got some amazing content in there now. Bacon stands for building authentic connections online networking beacon just ads and eat bacon. I haven't come up with an acronym for that. But i want to be intentional about being a beacon this year for my tribe for the people that i know for my clients so i wanna help you learn how to do that as well. How to light up your business in twenty twenty one maybe go from bacon to begin so let me define those three things. So let's start off with be an indication of i'm going to internalize that as taking intentional action to be symbol of love. I'm going to internalize that as the lead by example and be of important. I'm going to internalize that as provide more value. So let me provide some examples of how i intend to do. This and this may be some tools that you could use to do the same. Nothing says you have to have the same word. But i want you to consider some of the things that i'm presenting one of the things that i want to do to take intentional. Action is to be more engaged with people to build better relationships. So what i'm doing is. I'm using my ten ten ten strategy to talk to ten people a day and if i do that every single workday i can reach out to over two hundred people a month. The thing i wanna do is identified those two hundred people they could be current customers past customers. Prospects vendors doesn't matter. But i want to reach out to those people and say hey how're you doing. And how can i help you. Another thing i'm doing to be more. Intentional is to make my mailing list and my email marketing better. Now when i say marketing i'm talking about having an email list that's engaged to create conversations. I have a list in one program that has almost five thousand people in it and very very few people open this up. I've been collecting. These names over years to what i'm doing is i went in and found the people that were opening up the emails and bringing them into new program. It's called active campaign. I don't have time talk about the specifics of that right now. But it will give me the ability to better interact with those people and people generally will leave your email list when they want unsubscribe but by not opening. It's the same kind of thing. I don't want to send out emails to a bunch of people who don't want to have a conversation so taking control of my email and that program is going to help me become more intentional with people finally. I'm going to work harder at improving the quality of the content that i deliver to you and to them. I wanna make sure that upping my game this year that my podcasts are more solid than my blogs or more solid that the things i'm doing has more value. The second piece of this is. I want to follow by design and lead by example. What i mean by that is. I am going to optimize the time i spent in networking groups i belong to a lot of different networking groups and then meet a lot of people there but the thing is is that i can't provide them value because they're not my ideal customers. Yes i teach them some things but one of my densify groups. That have more alignment with what i'm doing in my business so i can help them grow their business so one of the things i wanna do is i want to join some more masterminds this year. I want to start to hang around with people that are going to help me grow my business so i can help other people grow. There's one of the things you hear all the time if you the smartest person in the room. You're probably in the wrong room. So i need to make sure i get into the right rooms. The other thing. I wanna do is learn more about winning business models especially in this time of upheaval in business. Obviously the first quarter second quarter is still going to be rough. Hopefully by the third or fourth quarter we'll get back to some normalcy but still there's so much to learn the other thing i wanted to do is create more masterminds create more opportunities to talk to more people to help them learn from what i've learned last year was an amazing success and i've learned so much and i have so much to share so i wanna find people like you who want to learn how to do some of the things i've been doing for themselves or maybe even help you find people to help you do it just like i hired to v as to help me update my email marketing program. The last piece of this is to provide more value. Now you've heard the adage that time is money but my time is valuable but so is the time of my clients if somebody runs a million dollar business. Their time is worth five hundred dollars an hour. So how do i increase the value of my time and what they get paid for it. And how do. I use that to increase the value that i provide for my clients and my audiences i wanna help people identify their value and help them achieve more profitable ways of doing business. This could be through tools technologies or getting somebody else to do it. Just like a hired those be as and then finally i want to continue to learn to execute to optimize into adapt and then teach other people all of the things i've learned through the process. I do that on myself all the time. I am my own petri dish with active campaign. And then i could take that and help other clients learn to utilize it better. So this year's word is signified. I want to signify the ability to help people not to crash into.

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"bacon" Discussed on A Hot Dog Is a Sandwich

A Hot Dog Is a Sandwich

05:24 min | 6 months ago

"bacon" Discussed on A Hot Dog Is a Sandwich

"And they're like. Oh god where they have like like tech tax on them like extension slab size slab of know like the extension. Pags of like a gameboy extension pack but a vape. Yes so does that bacon and my friend worked there and we got to eat their product. Gratuities which i really really enjoyed free. Thought it was a i was like. Yes putter decrypt is made from liver of the songbird of the galapagos. I'm familiar with that dish. Which is free and spanish and then It was just a big old vape size slab of bacon and then outside risk crispy in said was like this beautiful soft gorgeous like me and then it was glazing this maple and then they put like alderwood. Smoke salt on it. Oh sorry just salivating drool nice to put a coaster down if you're going to throw costa right here coaster for already coaster multipurpose coaster. That's that's a situation where the bacon is. The star of the show gets to take precedent whereas in all these other things. They're trying to shove bacon places where it doesn't belong. I know something about shelvin things where they don't belong. What why are you laughing. Okay what do you think. The best application for making us if begins overrated. And now there's been this whole rejection of bacon. Where do you think bacon should stay. What's the best application for it I like bacon. Cut up in my pancakes. Yes i see the little studs of even like a breakfast sandwich. Isles prefer sausage over bacon But that said ah beal t for me is one of the most perfectly constructed sandwiches of all time. Sometimes when i feel really. I have ability like once a year. What's the special occasion for your. Once a year bill pure unadulterated pork. Yes and i feel bad about that. It makes sense. He's a bit of the pork. Shame i do. I i i do. It's intrinsically within me senior lot of fistfuls. There's been a persian. You like you like go into the fridge. Trying to hide behind the door. But i see them all fat flaps of hanging out as your chevy mouth. I love those different for me. Because my dad showed me a shooter was and i was fourteen and he changed my life forever. Bacon is different. Breaking is still really naughty for me. So i have it once a year. I have wants to remind me like you. This is your industry. You work in food that you're allowed to eat this. It's a part of your job. That's still very beautiful in conclusion. Yes bacon whether we like it or not has cultural weight to like you said you have more shame about eating bacon then prosciutto as more cultural weight when people say that'd be better wrapped in bacon. Everything's better wrapped in bacon. Known says everything's better wrapped in ham or prosciutto. So whether we like it or not. Good bacon is i do agree with that. Bacon has become such a huge intrinsic part of our culture. And i do agree that for a time it was. There was about a five year period. That we're going to look back on with a lot of shame for baking but begins of spectacular product. I don't need to convince anyone that. Of course which should be treated with respect and also restraint respect restraint respect to retrieve things that we do not have. What's wrong with us being pot call. Kettles black.

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"bacon" Discussed on A Hot Dog Is a Sandwich

A Hot Dog Is a Sandwich

03:22 min | 6 months ago

"bacon" Discussed on A Hot Dog Is a Sandwich

"Really delicious. Cocktails make single favorite penicillin. The city. And i would go there and i would sit alone at the corner of the bar and i would just let the sounds of studio city. Wash over me was really cathartic. Grow about salts care. Is that in his larger liquor era. I remember just getting a lot of whipped lardo. Don't talk to me about lardo. Oh my it's literally like you get bread and butter except it's bread and pork fat. Oh my god. I don't even think it was bacon as the most overrated thing. This is just this era where everyone was trying to put pork fat. And everything and i'll tell you what's more overrated than bacon pork belly. Oh yeah pork bellies dumb. I don't understand how first of all bacon is pork belly. Obviously it's just bigger. It's i mean. Yeah but i mean bacon is it starts off the whole pork belly. That's that's sugar and salt cured. And then smoked. Yes and then typically sliced into strips. No but then you know pork bellies season bacon. Yes just cut differently. Yeah you can cut pork billion chips. You go to korean barbecue pork belly. It's like america making but so many places started advertising especially after bacon went out the window and say like two thousand ten two thousand eleven or something People started advertising pork belly. Burs and i was like. Oh my god pook indulgent. It's so good being bad today. Do you know the pork fat actually better for you than olive oil. Because it's like bro. you're just putting unseasoned. You're putting plain flavored bacon on that burger. No but they would like they would alter it a little bit. They wouldn't just say they wouldn't take bacon and call it pork belly they would take pork belly and say it was pork belly. Fast baconi sort of glaze on it. Yeah no yeah. Yeah i agree with you kind of yeah because everything every single dining. I've had it's like pork belly. Sliders like pork belly. Forget i was gonna say omland but nobody's really all i should make a belly. No this is actually a perfect example of like someone trying to make a fancier version of bacon and calling pork bellies. I had a town fry. Sure with that way starts. Yeah hanging on fry. It's like one of the coolest dishes. It's the california original from like the pioneer mining days in san francisco. Minors take their like you know gold riches of the day and they'd want to buy themselves a fancy meals that go to the saloon and then get an omelet that was studied with bacon cheese Fried oysters and maybe holidays. I think but anyways i got a fancy version of a on fry and they put poor advertise pork bellies that are bacon and i thought it was gonna be bacon because you need that saltiness with eggs your choice jurors but i want both of those double salty mineral salt and like yeah fat salt. Exactly you get like both see saul and then land salt. Yeah sure is like unseasoned pork belly on their ruined. The dish for me completing salts care no. This was somewhere else. Yes okay you tell me no. I'll tell you after he's gonna flame in person but they are now big on media and it makes me mad. They seem really nice. I hope they don't hear this but but but anyways you know that was like an issue where bacon would have been the correct choice but because bacon is passe in pork belly will get eventually be eventually but it was now kind of in the moment than they use that and it made it worse dish. So there's part of me that thinks that us reacting so strongly to the bacon being overrated is putting us back in an even worse whole like bacon have bacon is delicious objective here. Bacon is delicious. It's.

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"bacon" Discussed on A Hot Dog Is a Sandwich

A Hot Dog Is a Sandwich

05:22 min | 6 months ago

"bacon" Discussed on A Hot Dog Is a Sandwich

"We could hover board. No but i mean. I've actually talked to to harley. Yeah little humble brag No harley was on jemma couple of years ago in stupid fan boy. Me brought him a copy of my cookbook. And i was like. Hey man i. I never would have written this. If it wasn't for you. I never would have had this job. If it wasn't for the groundwork the all eight out because there are certainly cooking content on the internet before that but nothing turned it into a spectacle. Quite like epic mealtime art and a big part of that spectacle. I mean the single sound soundbite that i remember most from that is bacon strips and bacon strips and bacon strips court muscles classes and muscles glasses. He muscles glasses. Aleksei is a vegan personal trainer. Now hot yeah. He's yeah still so hot so audio himself up with all that bacon grease no but they turned cooking. Bacon was accused of that. I owned the bacon strips and bacon stripped shirt. And i don't think that's like a shirt i would wear now. Yeah you know. Like i said it had its moment it had it had its explosion but now i just think it's overrated like if i see a like a bacon chocolate chip cookie like yeah it had its time in the limelight but now it's just over like that flavor that flavor composition doesn't do it for me anymore. But what what exactly about your palate would have changed between then and now. Well let me tell you. I used to hate mustard. I used mustard. Seeing mustard would make me audibly on my plate. I would just i hated it. And then after seven years. I love mustard mustard on. Everything like sun dried tomatoes. I used to love sundried tomatoes. And i wretch sundried tomatoes are an interesting thing to bring up because sundry newsworthy bacon of the late nineties. Early two thousand one really as far as a thing. This is something like a lot of food. Writers look back on that era and kind of cringe right every single dish at every dining restaurant. I'd like a sun dried tomato and roasted red bell pepper. Cooley so exhausting exhausting in a fancy lady. Exhausting cooley with such tomato. Come on let's go to the next one i ve. Let's go to the gusts through putting a ru on beacon burgers because now it just two thousand and seven no. There's certain i would call them. I don't know what the word shibboleth means. But i feel like i remember it from a linguistics class. It's like the one super salient feature of a thing. Megs laughing at shibboleth shibboleth means someone look at what even get up. A shibboleth is any customer tradition usually a choice of phrasing or even a single word that distinguishes one group of people from another. Yes so i would say there's certain culinary shibboleth from different eras what don't let schimmel there's certain culinary shibboleth we'll shepherd cybill shepherd the lady in taxi driver none ever saw taxi driver where robert deniro or al pacino robertson. Gino re read watched it last week. We were saying look similar. You can look at different ariza. The seventy s you see like jello mold. Arazi can look back on man. People were using and abusing that thing and bacon is just kind of caught in that but again the taste of sun dried tomatoes. Never change the taste of bacon. Never changes now you changed. We changed the culinary cannon change. Now it's all about spec spec newport biggers near you or your burger wrapped inspect spec in chocolate deal inspect flavored vaping juicy..

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"bacon" Discussed on A Hot Dog Is a Sandwich

A Hot Dog Is a Sandwich

04:49 min | 6 months ago

"bacon" Discussed on A Hot Dog Is a Sandwich

"Made the actual burqa patio which is a whole bacon. Bacon alia is denny's kolia. Denny's needs scholar bacon fest that which is part of the big industrial complex. But we're talking about is is bacon overrated. Has it grown too big for its bacon bridges. I think it's overrated at this point. It's been it's just been put in so many things that it doesn't need to be put in and you know there's there's bacon chocolate bars baking cookies. There is bacon gum this stuff you know. Just gimme a slab of bacon with my eggs. Some toast and escorted ketchup. That's all i need like. This is just too crazy i agree. I'm fascinated with the idea of these vintage cookbooks. Right you gotta like these nineteen seventies recipes. Stupid jello molds a whole salmon. i love them too. But the anachronistic right like we looked at them like who would make that today. That's absolutely ridiculous. I always wonder how our current culinary moment is going to be perceived generations after us in what the things are going to look at and healing mom and dad. That's so embarrassing. I can't believe you just turn to bacon strip into a straw to drink of bacon milkshake with bacon daily. Believe you guys made a taco bell as on ya ya. That's that was be very confused by mike. It's going to be very confused by a lot. But i i will love them just the same little tore build ham. Those are the two names. Ham ham ham is a biblical name. It was one of noah's children isn't it. Hamish was it was him short for hamish so they give him a nickname. Genesis being serious ham is a name. Ham sham in japheth were the three children of noah. What the child. yeah it is. Have 'em james. Why is pig not kosher but knows kids name. Him explained that connect the dots sheep. Noah's kid named ham can't eat ham- that's our book. The jews. we got that one. That one i think i believe anyways What i'm saying is there is certainly point in time in which our bacon sins we will have to answer for. And i'm fine with that..

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"bacon" Discussed on The Free Agents

The Free Agents

02:13 min | 9 months ago

"bacon" Discussed on The Free Agents

"Time for tweet of the night. tweet over now. Clearly. Yes. So I said was a bit a struggle day last night on. But I found something that hopefully people will engage with and it started with a fairly innocent tweet here. And it came in from a person he's. Still. Ahead he like you bacon. We've got a response from a friend of AL's. Cam Stewart he said was three four tops and I mean ta I agree hundred percent hundred percent. He's correct. Von replied to Mr Students had apparently a lot of you like undercooked basically rural Bacon I pity you which Cam replied. It's like a good cut of beef. It only needs gravy and dried. And here is cabinets have liquid cabinet. In burnaby. So the question is, do you like your? Bacon skeets you're pretty adamant. I think honestly I think cams exactly right I go three I can live with four but you're going insane once you start heading into five and six that some people some people do like it like that. I know that's a thing like extra. crispy. Mike we're just disintegrates. As soon as you touch that thing, it's a million pieces. Yes. Three or four for me. I'm a three man probably. Yeah I think I'm going one here Lee you like non cooked carrots I like. Just, you know for me it's not so much a food as it is a gum chew on. I need three and four, the classics I would go up to five if. You're not paying attention. You get a little extra Chris that's fine. But a three and four. That's a sweet spot. I think it'd be leading to five if it's really smoky piece of Bacon as well. Actually I like it like that but Yeah, it's. It's It's pretty Chris Actually biking when you think about it, it's really bad for you and it's so funny but it tastes amazing and smells amazing to..

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"bacon" Discussed on The Bacon Podcast | Brian Basilico - Marketing Strategy Expert Interviews to CURE Your Marketing

The Bacon Podcast | Brian Basilico - Marketing Strategy Expert Interviews to CURE Your Marketing

03:43 min | 9 months ago

"bacon" Discussed on The Bacon Podcast | Brian Basilico - Marketing Strategy Expert Interviews to CURE Your Marketing

"That's kind of an old mode. Yeah. The story does work, but we gotta get. Past that to to say what's IT GONNA be like to work with you Brian, tell me what's the process going to be that when we can start to describe how it's GonNa feel what it's GonNa be like we can't get there until they say I really liked the idea of growing my small business I. Think Bacon has got something for me here I'd like a sample. There's no resistance in that. So most people are trying to sell. On a single connect and you can do that when you're selling something for less than a hundred dollars, you can do a one and done close. But if you're selling bigger products, bigger services bigger ticket to bigger whales. You got to start with the conversation. Got To connect with what's motivating them to solve that problem meaning you know in your Avatar you have on the second page he asked them what's what's keeping them up at night and I want to add to that, and that is what do you really wish could happen. I want not just island to their pain, but I also want to dial into their dreams and the reason why is because people pay more alternate to meet their dreams to get to the dreams and they will to avoid the pain there's a lot of ways to get rid of the pain. But the dream that's that's a special. And so old school is making feel the pains new school is. Make them feel their dreams while they're heading to the dreams. The pain goes away. Yeah, great points and you brought up a super super. Simple yet. Very, underutilized thing in the world of online marketing and that it's whether it's websites or e mails or things like that is if you make them, choose you confuse and you know there's a lot of people that send out emails with five hundred things to do web pages have five hundred things.

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"bacon" Discussed on The Bacon Podcast | Brian Basilico - Marketing Strategy Expert Interviews to CURE Your Marketing

The Bacon Podcast | Brian Basilico - Marketing Strategy Expert Interviews to CURE Your Marketing

07:24 min | 11 months ago

"bacon" Discussed on The Bacon Podcast | Brian Basilico - Marketing Strategy Expert Interviews to CURE Your Marketing

"Everyone agrees Bacon make everything better. Even marketing. This is the fake and podcasts. You'll learn to cure your marketing victor. Internet, marketing online marketing social media tips intact now to help you bring more. Bacon Hall Master Marketing Sizzle Brian Basilica. This is the Bacon podcast. Welcome everybody I'm your host. Brian, basilica in this is the podcast where you learned to make your business sizzle online. So are you ready to fry up some new business? Hey peeps! So I don't know about you but I subscribe to a lot of email. I also get a lot of email that I. don't subscribe to. And of course, there just usually pitches saying hey, by my thing, and then there's a follow up email that says hey. Did you get my last email? That I was trying to sell you this thing, and then they'll send the third one. How do I get you to respond to my email? Well. That's because they're sending. I'll blind email. They're not talking to me. They're talking to everybody hoping that they're going to catch a fish. But there's one email I get every single day that I do pay attention to. And it's usually something very profound, but not every single day is life changing? It's by Seth Godin who's written a lot of books. Including purple cow never read it strongly suggest you do. But the one that he sent today asked a question at the end. And the question was. If. It's not helping you take action to make things better. What Four. And that in a sense is what I want to talk about today. Are you doing things that are helping your business or are hugest doing activities because you have them on your to do list? In one of the things that I find is, we tend to get into habits. These habits are good when they're part of a system that is actually doing something to move your business forward. So in some cases, you may have to unlearn some things or learn some new things or change your perspective on others. But ultimately it's up to you. So again you have to ask yourself the question. Is it making things better. If not. What's said four. So over the weekend I got another email from Seth Godin and this one I want to explore. It goes like this. That story in your head. It's invented. It has to be. It might be based on some things that actually happened. The story we tell ourselves might be a useful predictor tone then. The story might even been put their against our wishes. Over time. But it can't possibly be a complete and detailed understanding of everything. That's why it's a narrative. It's a shorthand. A map, not the territory. It's filled with shortcuts and misreading a personal myth about you and your role in the world. If. We find Dr Story isn't helping us. If it's inaccurate or distracting or a nerve rating. We can work to change it. In other words what he saying is, we are a home nation of our experiences. We've all tried and failed that certain things. Thomas Edison is famous for the light bulb. He experienced both failure and success. Some of his often quoted thoughts on success and failure include. I am not failed. I just found ten thousand ways that won't work. and. Many of life's failures are people who didn't realize how close they were to success when they gave up. Too often when people try new things, they miss or skip one or two small points that rob them of that success. They abandoned their effort to quickly and move onto the next bright shiny thing that they may have just learned about yesterday. When working with coaching clients. I'm usually asked one of three different questions and they come kind of in form. The first one is how do I know that I'm getting what I'm paying for, and is it working? The second one is I. Feel like I'm doing all the right things. But what am I missing? And the third one is what one thing should i. be putting my money into today. So. Let me start with the first one. How do I? Know what I'm paying for, and is it working? The answer is this. Stop doing some other things and see which ones absence affects your sales. If your sales dip because you doing one thing. Then started up again in as a matter of fact, do more of that. And just do a better job at it. If they don't change. Then you know it's not working and reallocate the resources to something more effective. Question number two is. I feel like I'm doing all the right things. But what am I missing? We'll chances are. You're missing a few pieces that will help you understand how to measure the effectiveness of what you're doing. You may be able to find a couple pieces add. That would supercharge what you consider to be the right things. You just have to learn what those are. And then the third question is what one thing should I be putting my money into today? In the real question is. Where should you be investing with your marketing? Stockbrokers in general are guessing. But the better ones are selling. You educated guesses. Unless, of course, they're breaking the law with insider trading. But chances are. You and maybe your sales. People probably know the answers to the questions that your customers are asking. Maybe you need to ask better questions. And Invest in showing the world or within your sphere of influence that you have better answers to those questions. I want you to think about this for a SEC. We live in a world, a basic truths and principles. And you can trust these and build a successful.

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"bacon" Discussed on The Corp

The Corp

02:13 min | 1 year ago

"bacon" Discussed on The Corp

"Eight hundred fifty five days. A lot of sense doesn't make sense to me and the weird thing about it. Is that i i also don't think that it's detrimental toll to see an actor. Play one character and then see see him or her on another show because you you go. Oh wow that's cool. I love that actor on the watch the other show airing at the same time yeah that's not great but you know you could kind of figure that out <hes> and these seasons are getting shorter and shorter and shorter you know and there's never been any kind of exclusively when it comes to films films so to me. It's there's a lot of gray area there. I think it's i think it's hopefully going to shift a little bit. <hes> i wanna bring up six degrees of kevin bacon <hes> because is it went from what everything i've read about it <hes> negative usov negative so how did the whole story go about well i was was i heard about it on howard stern i and for those who don't know six degrees. It's basically you can connect anyone. In hollywood to kevin bacon within six moves moves on the chess board and you can kind of do that anywhere in life like i know this person. That person knows this person kevin bacon yeah. It's like if i if you take two actors. If i was in a movie with somebody who's in a movie with somebody who was in a movie with that actor that's a many degrees of separation and he was talking about it and and then it just kinda started to come up and people started literally to come up to me on the street and this is before really before for the the whole idea of something going viral was it was pretty early in the in the computer age you know there was no oh social media and <hes> but people would say oh. I played your game the other night. You know college kids. We're using it as a drinking game. <hes> and people we'll start to reference that they would referencing and sports referencing and science that you know what i mean and and then i was booked on jon stewart had a nighttime time talk show called jon stewart show and.

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"bacon" Discussed on The Corp

The Corp

03:44 min | 1 year ago

"bacon" Discussed on The Corp

"It happened a lot with kind of the new york actor which doesn't really exist anymore but i don't know it just didn't end up being the direction that i that i went in but i agree with you that it's <music> there was years and years and years when people would say to me so i started in the seventies so the people after eighty started out you know the businesses changed. Enjoy the you know. The business has changed. I was like the businesses not changed to me. I doesn't really seem that different now. It really has changed. I think the digital age is really really completely altered the entertainment visit why do movies and television and all that kind of ship and they'll give you an example zampa even television. I would never touch television when i was a young television. No if my agent ever came to me until i got a television i would fire the agent hands down never ever ever considered you in a commercial unless it was like only going to be seen in latvia right and that was part of the deal and now i television is amazing. <hes> look at this part. I'm doing now right right like credible content. It's great content. It's great parts. It's it is better than the movies. I hate to say. I love movies. That's my burglary. No i i agree. It has been a weird transition where t._v. doesn't replace movies but when you think about the cultural moments and what everyone is kind of attached to a lot of times it's television game of thrones going on right. Now you know breaking bad all these all. These television shows that kind of have broken out of that mold of the t._v. Shows as you probably said i'm going to fire my agent over yeah. I mean you know when i started. It was like you know f troop and nothing against f troop and dream of jeannie but that was not really what i wanted to <hes> i was not really what i wanted to do and kevin bacon and showtime netflix or you know it's remarkable. I'm addicted addicted to it. I cannot watch enough movies like okay. Maybe once in a while but i have to watch every night suma differently. I know consumer differently too. Yeah and i actually feel like there's a there's an element of of you know not to get technical better but there's an element of because there's so many platforms and because the series are so much shorter traditionally actors would make deals where they were exclusive to a certain certain network and personally. I think the acting community needs to push back against that because i don't think that if you you do a part on one network netflix or showtime or whatever it happens to be hulu and you only do you you know six or seven episodes ten episodes of something that they should be able to stop you from going. I mean somebody needs to be in first place in terms the scheduling and you know what i mean because you sign a contract and you need to put that at the top but i think sometimes the idea of being part of the you know the fox six family or having this is kind of an antiquated thing because and i also think that a lot of people watch content now and that actually quite sure. Where were they watch it. I don't know if this ever goes like i forget all the time. I was watching a show last night. I put the puck go to pull it up on each netflix showtime time on so many places to launch to your point. The thought of ten shows right ten episodes that have exclusivity over the next three eight.

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"bacon" Discussed on The Corp

The Corp

04:21 min | 1 year ago

"bacon" Discussed on The Corp

"I'm gonna take your sexton hall. I'm not and so it was this battle with the photographer and he got really pissed tested me because clearly people it said to him we gotta get an airborne shot of bacon and when you see the cover what they did almost as a fuck you was was they took my dance double and had him get on the trampoline so i'm sitting on the ground and he's up in the air like flying all around me and they say you know i something like you know kevin bacon stars in the movie but as dance double does all the fancy oh yeah yeah they come. They kinda fucked me. It was kind of like a little bit of a you know and that was a perfect example of what i was kind of. You you know got going through and my s- kind of conflicted feelings about celebrity about star of course now it killed to get on the company right so i mean i reading up on everything your entire career. You actually said that was kind of from footloose until j._f._k. There was not a slum but ah a time where you might have been fighting as a few turkeys in there right so how did you how do you bounce out of something like that. How do you like iran. Obviously knows to get out of slumpy. Gotta just get up there and keep hacking. What do you do if you're an actor. Will i think that i i that's that's. That's one thing is that you have to be willing to just keep you know. I like to say that there is no no secret to longevity. Longevity is a secret. It's that thing you just keep throwing that shit against the law you know and and sooner or later somebody it might say well you know i always liked that guy right and and <hes> and and so i didn't really have a choice right right because i didn't really want to do anything else and and then with the with the j._f._k. Thing which is one of the few times that i really felt like like you mentioned about the foot loose. I felt it like right away j._f._k. I felt that right away to as a turn as a as a as a shift like i said as a character actor because i had lost track and the problem with the movies mostly after her footloose is that they're not they're movies for movie stars <hes> they need to they need to be anchored by a true movie star. You know the guy that can just you know get away with the three gs. Which was the gun the girl and the good lighting. That's all he needs and you're gonna wanna watch it. You know oh you don't want to watch him like that's not me you know so so the so those movies needed a movie star anchoring them and it wasn't working for me <hes> because they because they weren't characters that can really get my head around. They weren't like they weren't deep enough complex enough or or specific enough or you know whatever that was had this agent at the time great age and <hes> <hes> who said to me. I knew your work from a theater off broadway off broadway in new york and that was a lot of character work that i was doing and she said we gotta find you something like that and after we had that conversation the first thing she sent me out on was was j._f._k. And it was an she represented oliver. I don't know if she called him and said what do you think about this and he was open to the idea idea when you few good men one of my favorite movies of all time which is watched the entire family just a few weeks ago when your agent gives you a script and you're looking at jack nicholson. You're looking at demi moore. Tom cruise kevin bacon. You you say like holy shit. This is a camp fail and be enjoyable. And what lessons did you learn from working with such great cast members. I've never said can't fail engevity..

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"bacon" Discussed on The Corp

The Corp

03:48 min | 1 year ago

"bacon" Discussed on The Corp

"It <hes> it you're absolutely right the thoughtfulness and the big picture mindset that he's had is why i think he stuck around for so long because you see in hollywood all the time you guys don't have you know careers. It lacked stretched thirty plus years and that's what kevin bacon has done and he's got a new. You show right now showtime. You can actually go binge it. All we tape this before the show released into. It's actually nice. We knew that all the millennials listening to this episode. We knew they couldn't watch it week to week because they have short attention spans and now you can binge the whole thing <hes> all right so my question for you on this one were sloppier career. I would say it was two thousand and six and dan what was the problem with that slump. It was both sides of the ball. Usually have a slump is either hitting or fielding. I couldn't fucking field or hit and i was miserable and i just felt terrible and that was the week where i decide to take my little baby girl natasha and cynthia to central park and i'm so fucking take off my shirl. That's the week and then yeah. I get photographs and that day i make three errors. I think it was against the white sox three errors. So of course it was like the next three days a rod. Oh you stink. You can't hit your suntanning. What are you doing massage in central park all right. So what do you do when you're in a slump like that. What would would you have done <hes> back then. I think you have to slow it down and you have to start visualizing and you know i'm kinda guy that when i struggle i want to do more four but i now have pulled back and just pull back. Take the breath trust your talent and then start taking rewards in little bites. You know if you're in the regular life that means making your bed. That's a win trying to do that five days in a row for me and hitting it was take a walk. Try to get a base hit the other way think think really small. Maybe a bit hard contact hard contact. You know don't worry about the results. Worry about the process and what you find is that when you think really small really bad things happen. Would you let people talk to you like in the clubhouse. When if you come off the field in your you know maybe let's say over four three strikeouts and i'm your teammate and i'm mike hey man that was good. That was good swing good cut. Would you shut up. No it was actually a pretty good sport. I wasn't like paul. O'neil he would like bam right ain't right. I actually wanted to do that most of the time he probably fell. That's why he was so happy to just take his anger right. I try to do the opposite. I try to be too cool for school and i was crying inside died but outside. I was like okay yeah over four yeah. I'm good dying inside. Yes so <hes> kevin bacon lot lot analogies to that with his career and talking about that little time where he had a slump. He didn't feel like he was making it. In hollywood before we get to kevin bacon are friends from one more thing. I'm a bacon yeah is i love what he said about his marriage and i think people are gonna learn a lot about as evidence of his great marriage. Yeah it's kind of a thought it's a thought proc- had for his entire her career for everything for his the way he lives. His life is just big picture and i love talking to people like that. Who don't see it. You know day to day. They see hey. This is a year ear. Ten years is the whole big thing got going on <hes> okay before we get to the interview our friends from lincoln. We're going to get some people some jobs just from listening into this episode so if you are an employer you need to be on lincoln and if you're an employee or someone who's looking for new job you need to be on lincoln because because we are still sports have a bunch of <hes> job listings on linked in. We're looking for candidates all the time if you're not on there..

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"bacon" Discussed on The Bacon Podcast | Brian Basilico - Marketing Strategy Expert Interviews to CURE Your Marketing

The Bacon Podcast | Brian Basilico - Marketing Strategy Expert Interviews to CURE Your Marketing

11:59 min | 1 year ago

"bacon" Discussed on The Bacon Podcast | Brian Basilico - Marketing Strategy Expert Interviews to CURE Your Marketing

"And an incredible graphic designer this guy his name is is jackson price and this guy is blown me away for years. He is the person behind the bacon. We're going to get into that story but right now now what he's doing is he's the creative director for creative services at the athletic department for iowa state university so you deal phil jackson with like a whole bunch of different sports out there right man we do. We have a a a eighteen different sports that we cover and we also help out marketing marketing and communications with all design needs. That's awesome soon iowa. I'm assuming you have pig. Wrestling is one of those you know so you can get some bacon in there. Is that one of the sport's astuter we do that someone that gets the biggest crowd of course of course us man so how you been how things man thanks going well yeah i. There's really nothing more fun than than working at <hes> higher. We work with a lot of young students from the college in <hes> so it's it's the energy is high and it's a blast and i can imagine i mean with all the different sports i mean you think about volleyball across all those different things i mean. There's obviously you've got got a lot on your plate so i really appreciate you taking the time to talk to us today but i wanna start off with the story of bacon so way back in two thousand fourteen. Ish i ask you a sa- jackson designed the book cover and i want you to tell the story of how the bacon came name to life yeah i. I knew that i wanted to do something with the typography that that that use baking big of any other way to do you know <hes> us bacon in a way that was you know didn't look weird <hes> so i was trying to figure out ways to to create letter forms with bacon so i actually started out making bacon <hes> and seeing if i could sort of shape it you know as i cooked. It and it's i mean just just really didn't work that well so i kept playing around with it. Not now i realized photoshop actually has some really fantastic tools that will allow you to warp objects and so one of those tools is called puppet warp <hes> and so you're actually able to go in and set pins in a photograph and literally twisted around so that's what we did we we took seven or eight different pieces of bacon and <hes> we shape them with this tool in photoshop and and we put the pieces together until we had spelled it out used a cover and dude it is amazing now everywhere telling the bacon podcast is on all of my other books. I mean it was just you blew me away when you did that. It was so darn creative and you know i it just something i didn't even think of when i saw it. My mind exploded because it was that good so so let's get into that little further all right what you did is. You did a heck of a lot more than just create a logo for me. You created a brand to talk about the difference between say you know what you get on a fiver for five hi bucks when you say i want a brand for five bucks and what you do is designer in the thought process you yeah. That's a really good question. People get really confused about the difference between brandon and logo and not so here's kind of how i look at it. I i look at lagos as that. That's just what represents issue so think of it as like a flak <hes> i think a saul bass the the great designer did ups and bunch of other big names. He was the one that i coined that that term term but it's really true. It's just it's just the thing that represents you. It doesn't have to tell your whole story obviously people you know design things that have clever twist but it's it's just your markets. The thing that represents who you are your brand is how you use that logo so what you know how how you develop your story how oh you develop your message and how consistent you are with that is what builds your brand. That's that emotional connection that you have with potential and current <hes> clients or prospects that that's the brand p so if you think about starbucks their logo really doesn't have anything to do with coffee at sir i mean he does in terms of their history. It's it's a siren <hes> but that was borne out of seattle sort of the seattle maritime district but you don't look look at that and you say oh that's that's a coffee shop at least not not in the beginning when they started but they've used that in a way over the decades <hes> to to build their brand to build their message and we all know that that mark now associated with coffee communities that corner coffee shop <hes> type of atmosphere. That's built their brand around that so that's sort of the difference the the logo is the mark the brand is is how you market market that you know the pieces that you use it on how you use it your messaging and how consistent with it right and the beauty of what you did is i was able to take that photoshop lucia file and actually take some of those pieces of bacon and just use those independently. I'm able to take that bacon logo and use it in different things like i said the bacon podcast bacon coach you know the bacon system. It's not about us about baking that. Same thing becomes a brand in in a way that the minute people see it. They think bacon they think me you know dislike. You set like they see this over the over the years and now that's that's become very very strong part of your brand people right and there's there's a lot of creative logo design. One of my favorite <hes> things that i've seen on on the internet is is the hidden secrets of logos like for example in fed ex. Most people don't notice the arrow you know and in thirty one and flavors they don't see the smile you know all those kinds of things in the thirty one for baskin robbins and how that's all kind of interchanged and and things of that nature so when you're doing graphic design and in primarily this show is about online marketing so when you're doing graphic design what are some of the things that you you think about when you trying to get a message across or an essence across your what are some of the you know. Give me some deep thoughts by jackson price about you know design zayn concepts. I it's really important that you know who you're designing for. <hes> i mean is this. You know what's what's the age bracket <hes>. What do you want these people to do. <hes> with whatever message you're putting out there who are they. What are their buying habits. Those the more you know about who the graphics for and what that that age group is kind of what they're into the better you can design something to appeal to them and that's really what you're after. You're trying i to create something anything. Even if it's just a simple <hes> you add <hes> you're you're. You're basically trying to bring clarity to a singular message. 'cause you want them to do something so you yes you're trying to do that in an attractive way and in a professionally designed way but ultimately ultimately. It's all about the call to action. Whether you're whether it's print piece whether it's online you're asking them to do. Something is what you're asking to do appropriate for that particular regular audience. Will it inspire them to do it and is it clear to them what it is. You're asking them to do call this number. <hes> you know joining. I mean this this group of follow me on facebook. What whatever it is it should that clarity should be there and that's kind of what design does if you design nine well and is in its designed in a way that makes that easy for them to grasp because they're not gonna spend a lotta time there. You've got seconds if you can design nine and professionally in a way that that gets across then that's what's going to make a successful rabbit. Absolutely don't wanna diss anybody. Skill this is this is not the point but what i do want to do is build up the value of what somebody like. You brings to the table so for example. I see a lot the people that say i'm going to get an intern no no fence interns. I'm gonna get intern to use social media for me because they understand how to tweet. You know there's a a big difference between somebody who knows how the tweet and somebody who understands all of the questions that you asked in other words. You know who are the people. Where are they hanging out. What's your demographics whether they like. What colors do they like. Are they color blind. Are they not colorblind. You know all of those kind of fun things and and getting to know the details about that takes a lot of skill dislike the difference between taking clip art and turning it into a logo versus going through everything that you go through to create something is there's a lot more involved with it and because it's a lot more involved. It's going to cost more time and more money so one of the things i want to get across is. Why does it make sense for somebody to invest in graphic designer graphic designer. I brand or logo. What makes that worth. That's a really good question and we still. I still argue with clients all the time on on that in terms of cost 'cause 'cause 'cause things like fiber in those places out there. They're just they're everywhere and it's really enticing disea- something like wicks or you know our fiber fiber that just says hey you can get this done for five bucks or you can have a website in three minutes to go here and click this and then click that and you're done and it's like it skips over the entire process of why you would do something and it goes right to the to the how and then it doesn't even give it doesn't even represent that correctly <hes> there's no way you can create website and three clicks unless you you've already done week's worth of of work ahead of time. Have all your graphic graphics lined up and you know exactly what you're going to do <hes> but in terms of of like a a brand or logo design and identity denny design. It's really more about the value that you bring so so a lot of discussion. I have around that is okay. You can go down the street and you can get joe blow's cousin to do this logo for you for twenty five dollars <hes> but what are you gonna get in return is is he going to spend the time to really work through concepts and and come up with something that is unique to you. <hes> communicates well works in <hes> black and white color small horizontal vertical because now we have to be concerned about all kinds of orientation with websites and other types of devices assists. All of those things need to be taken into account so it's really it's usually not just a senior their graphic. It's a system that actually gets created identity and there's value to that in the sense that i may come up with a brilliant idea and it may be able to knock the the main graphic out in thirty minutes but the value that you're going to provide to someone is worth way more than that because this is going to be their visual handshake to the world so they're gonna use it on every day. It's going to represent them to prospective clients as well as as current clients and it says something about them. It's sir mark for their entire business their entire organization. That's worth something and so. It's it's that piece but it's also you you know when you do something like like a fiber allows with yoga or if you do ninety nine designs dot net.

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"bacon" Discussed on Life is Short with Justin Long

Life is Short with Justin Long

03:08 min | 2 years ago

"bacon" Discussed on Life is Short with Justin Long

"Oh. We should go together sometime. I obviously almost did finally I'm going to say I love that his favorite emojis Bacon and and when you said that your favorite that that he's your favorite bacon it sounds like bullshit because I know how much you love Bacon Yeah you. Do you had begging today about two hours ago. I saw you eat bacon and I saw you enjoy a lot so for you to say that he's your favorite Bacon. Again sounds like hyperbole but I'm I'm here to tell you guys that it's not yeah I love you. Love it. In fact I just met somebody who doesn't like Bacon Not Kevin the food and I couldn't believe leave it. That's how much I like Bacon. I was like increased. I'm blanking on who it was but somebody claimed they didn't who was that I don't know it's like the meatloaf thing though it's like if you could either give up meatloaf food or meatloaf the singer for the rest of your life. What would you give up an war? <hes> yeah this. If you could give Bacon or Kevin Bacon on means you can Never Watch Kevin Bacon movie never hear Bacon Brother Song Never Hear Bacon Brothers Song <hes> well see now with the meatloaf question a a year and a half ago I would have said I would have given up meatloaf the singer <hes> but then I saw the musical Bat Outta hell which is coming to New York guys check. I saw twice in London once by myself. I went by myself the second time it. It was so good and reminded me how great some of those those songs were so I now would say I would give meatloaf the food and I'm also not. I like me love the Food A lot but it's not I don't have a lot of it. It's not my crazy about it. It'd be nice to one less meat. Who tells you about baking food? I gotta say I mean I love Kevin Bacon but you give up Kevin Bacon the actor he's listening remember <hes> if I could keep Canadian Bacon now I can't no I have. I could have ham you can have you can have other nationalities Bacon. Have Sausage Saudi Arabian Bacon anyway that was that was <hes> that was a thrill. I would definitely Kevin. I want you to know I would give up the Food Bacon. He's great. He's great. We like him very much. I tolerate him. He's fine we and of course thank him for coming on and thank you for listening and <hes> we are getting your emails right into life a short at wondering dot Com and <hes> keep them coming suggestions and the stories <hes>. We're going to start reading them soon. Allowed the already the source right so you can hear yeah it. Does you know good if we're just to know that we're reading them unless you wrote one and <hes> but so no that we are reading them and thanks for listening to life insurance. It could be a dream life good. Thanks for listening to life short. If you enjoyed the show. Please give us a five star review. Obviously be honest. WanNa tell you what to do but it would really help us show out. Tell your friends to subscribe. We're available on apple podcasts spotify Google podcasts and every major listening APP as well as wondering Dot Com life short is hosted

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"bacon" Discussed on Life is Short with Justin Long

Life is Short with Justin Long

03:00 min | 2 years ago

"bacon" Discussed on Life is Short with Justin Long

"Mission impossible with Tom Cruise and Tom Cruise was then a few good men with Nice haven't bacon degrees while he's been a famous sacked for thirty five years us in God every I mean thirteenth Apollo Thirteen and so many iconic movies I think that's when we get into that the game and why the game was created the big challenge for me that I faced in this interview. It was to not gush as much as I wanted to so you met him. You worked with him worked with them recently for the first time I got my one degree with him on a funnier die short that he directed called a duck walks in. It's about out this love scene that Kevin Bacon is directing that involves a duck and it was such a surreal thing because part of it was so Kevin which is always a weird thing when a director has to choreograph like a sex in <hes> and in this case Kevin like got into the bed with me and started going through all these sexual positions and it was so it was funny and it was really fun <hes> but at one point I was like Whoa Kevin Bacon can is like lunging at me missionary. I have my legs spread open. Monash news is crazy. GotTa see this. Oh I did like reverse cowgirl on him. I wish you guys had seen how Justin's head cocked proudly proudly as you said Cowgirl Nerdy exhales yeah it was really was so fun and like there must have been so surreal it wise you because the way you have known him for so many years and Oh oh my God my idea of him as when I was a kid was that he was definitely cool because he was like starring in these cool movies flatliners and like a lot of movies that I couldn't watch too so even like she's having a baby. We weren't allowed to watch that. We were movies about babies yeah yeah but one of our favorite movies was one that is like a tradition in our family to watch every Thanksgiving is planes trains and automobiles. Kevin Bacon is a cameo in that where he tries to Outrun Steve Martin and it's a really great scene shot sorta like Sergio Leone movie were there and they they kind of each other from across as repressive. Oh thanks people might think that that was just put in. No that was just as whistle. Thank you whistler <hes>. I like to whistle. Do you know that about me. I whistle often to myself. I whistle alive. You know I've noticed that yeah. I've never heard you proclaim it. Though Oh yeah I've been noticing 'cause I've spent more time on my Ohio in the last year ladies. He's single whistler. Maybe that's kept me on my own. You know as we shows since we did this interview. We've Christian I've been saying W._W.. K._B. Stands for what would Kevin Bacon do D- W W K B O D I missed the letter Kevin Bacon..

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"bacon" Discussed on The Bacon Podcast | Brian Basilico - Marketing Strategy Expert Interviews to CURE Your Marketing

The Bacon Podcast | Brian Basilico - Marketing Strategy Expert Interviews to CURE Your Marketing

01:37 min | 2 years ago

"bacon" Discussed on The Bacon Podcast | Brian Basilico - Marketing Strategy Expert Interviews to CURE Your Marketing

"Everyone agrees Bacon makes everything better even marketing. This is the fake and podcast. You'll learn to cure your marketing Victor Internet marketing online marketing social media tips techniques now to help you bring more Bacon Hall Master Marketing Marketing Sizzle Brian Basilica. This is the Bacon podcast welcome everybody. I'm your host Brian. Basilica in this is the podcast where you learned to make your business sizzle online. So are you ready to fry up some new business. Hey so today is kind of a sad day at my house because I have to get a new garage door opener now. It's only said because after eighteen years I have to get a new garage door opener things break right but the cool thing is this one's got WIFI now. My wife gets freaked out when she hit the button and the garage door doesn't go up and down understandably especially when she has to go to work so it was time but today we're going to talk about instead of searching for a needle in a haystack. Once you start building a pile of needles. This might take a little explaining so in the last episode number four eighty five. I interviewed interviewed John Corcoran John brought up this concept which I found very intriguing now. I have a new system that I've started and it's basically weekly Lincoln Tips webinars have view on check it out Gutu L. I. Four Sales Dot Com. That's L I the number four sales dot com.

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"bacon" Discussed on Historical Figures

Historical Figures

02:03 min | 3 years ago

"bacon" Discussed on Historical Figures

"The english who's sailing ships and windmills depended on it bacon would have no way of knowing the actual atmospheric causes of winds but he argued that an effort must be made to try to predict whether patterns he wrote quote if rules are diligently framed a prediction will generally hold good and quote these attempts at forecasting atmosphere changes make bacon one of the world's first weatherman no one else in europe at the time was forming meteorological theories like he was in his essay of gardens bacon wrote that quote all depends on keeping the eye steadily fixed upon the facts of nature and so simply receiving their images as they are and quote this was a revolutionary way of thinking in a world where so much knowledge was handed down through folk wisdom and religious dogma by taking such a point of view bacon began creating an intellectual atmosphere that led to all of the men and women of science who followed this approach made nonbiased observation the starting point of learning from there he instructed that the observations should be tested and that we should draw conclusions only after experiments are concluded which is why bacon is now credited with being the father of what we now call the scientific method beacons relative success as a scholar and author didn't bring in a lot of money however and he needed a lot more of it his lack of family wealth meant that state salaries had to be large enough for him to keep up with his contemporaries his money situation grew more serious when he was arrested for debt in fifteen ninety eight adding to the humiliation it happened outside the tower of london as bacon was leaving a legal council meeting lord burleigh must now have recognized the sad state of bacon bank accounts soon after the arrest the queen's treasurer covered most of the debt.

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