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"barcelona amsterdam" Discussed on The Curious About Cannabis Podcast

The Curious About Cannabis Podcast

13:34 min | 2 months ago

"barcelona amsterdam" Discussed on The Curious About Cannabis Podcast

"Everybody. This is Jason Wilson with curious about Canvas podcast. Thanks much for tuning in once again So I am beyond delighted today to be able to sit down and talk with Andrew Dangelo at you. Know there's so many ways I could introduce you. Activists you know co founder of Harbourside. You're involved with the last prisoner project now. Which I know you've been bringing lot of tension to but welcome Andrew Dangelo. Thanks so much for being willing to come on the podcast today. Thank you Jason. It's great to be with your community today. Yeah totally. I'm really stoked to see where our conversation goes. I've been following a lot of your press over the past several months. Some of the interviews you've been doing and keeping up with some your work and there's a there are a lot of milestones to go through but then I know there's a lot you've been talking about lately that I don't WanNa make you regurgitate the same stuff that you've been staying over again someone to try to go in some unique directions here but there's all sorts of stuff for us to Go into right now. One of the kind of segue into a lot of things one of the first things I wanted to ask you about. Is you recently took a trip to Barcelona didn't you? I did I was there for. Icbc Barcelona and span of this. Yes yeah and you. You didn't make it out to the hashish and hemp museum. That's out there I did. I had a great time at the museum. That's Ben drunker zones and operates that museum. He also has one in Holland. Amsterdam and Ben's been old friend of the family for decades and so it was great vehicle able to see his newest outposts there in Barcelona. It's a beautiful building. He's done all this wonderful stained glass work and yeah and if you if you haven't been Barcelona the architecture Barcelona's just every single building every single doorway window archway. is just extraordinarily well-crafted. Beautiful beautiful work and the the hemp and Marijuana Museum. There is no exception and they've ban in his team just done a stellar job with that museum. I encourage everyone to make a pilgrimage to check it out. Yeah I saw some of the photos posted on social media and I was fascinated. How beautiful some of you know the way. Everything was presented the design architecture and everything and I wasn't even really familiar with that museum. Can you describe a little bit about what that museum is like? And kind of how things are presented. And what your experience. There was sure. The museum has multiple levels. So it's two or three stories. There's elevators and stairs that you navigate through it and it's part a history lesson of the plant and and specifically Ham You know the two. The two tracks museum really talks. Most about is is as cannabis as medicine and as an intoxicant and ham has a industrial raw material so so that those are the two focuses. I would say of the museum. And Ben's just got an incredible collection of ancient hemp materials and modern hemp wears also that are represented by some of the leading can't cannabis hemp companies of today. Of course UH sense. He seeds is right next door. Okay Marijuana Museum both in Barcelona Amsterdam and and you can purchase CBD products there and genetics and a whole bunch of really cool will art and culture and Swag from both the museum and since he seats and I was just thrilled to be in Barcelona and an experience that you know we we in the United States. We don't we have cannabis with sort of the first cannabis museum or installation in Las Vegas. There we'd maps just did a big installation in Los Angeles. That was a museum. But we don't have permanent cannabis ham. You know that I'm aware of that's that's as large in a serious As bans I'm sure we have lots of small Wonsan and probably millions of small ones in people's homes. I certainly is yeah I got. I got some in mind mile in my altar of course but you know so when it. It's not easy to have a museum. You know museums don't make money. They lose money and they are about building culture and about keeping something alive for future generations to learn about an and that's hard work to do in our movement in our industry is still in the embryonic stages and I look forward to the day and I hope Stephen I get to be a part of it Where there are something like that. The Hemp Museum here in the United States a- every city should have won. Every every community has cannabis story that goes back hundreds of years and and we can all tell our own version of what's happened over the last hundred years so it's part of the cultural work that I think we're moving into sort of a cultural renaissance canvas. We've had you know we had to legalize and that was just brutal. One hundred year war you know and now we have all these little battles to get legalisation right which we have not done and and of course you know. We have a lot of work to do to get legalisation rights. So that's going to be ten thousand battles that we're GONNA have to fight for that. The cultural work is really something that I think our community is going to have a lot more fun within the political work and I I really. Creativity and culture is been one of the strengths of the cannabis movement community for forever. Going back to the jazz age you know going back to the brothels of New Orleans going back to Jamaica going back to India Longtime in this plant has inspired the creativity of men and women all over the world and so we get to come out of the shadows culturally now and into the light and Where are colors loud and proud and and talk about the plant in ways like a museum? There's millions of ways to express cannabis culture but a museum certainly one of them and you know the there's a big wide open cultural world out there that I hope your listeners will will embrace. There's also I know you know. Science on this podcast. There's a big sign this world of cannabis scientists just like just like culture. It's in the embryonic stages in Gosh. I can't I can't I can't think of something more exciting right now. Then to be working with canvas science or cannabis culture. Yeah Yeah no. I totally agree. It's the research going on with cannabis. Now it's like we've hit a breaking point and now there's just idle waves of information coming out people interested and I know things are are right. Now we're in the disruptive period Dealing with the coronavirus and everything. But I've I've been very blessed in my life to have the chance to work with some universities that you know are now now that hemp is legal. We can touch the cannabis plant. And even though it's not hd rich cannabis were still able to touch the cannabis plant. We're still able to a lot a you know in do some work that you know a lot of these institutions have been wanting to do for a long time and like. I mentioned to you before we started. I'm originally from Mississippi I. What did my Undergrad work at the University of Mississippi and spent some time at the cannabis lab at the University of Mississippi and so on the farm or I? I didn't work on the farm so I worked for the. It Department for the university. And I was one of the go-to technologists that worked on instruments and different things like that in the lab during the time. I was there so I spent a lot of time when I when I was there. I spent most of my time in the research and development lab indoors but I did get tours of the outdoor facilities. I saw how they processed everything it is fascinating and talking on what you just mentioned the different perspectives of our culture around cannabis. That's something that weighs on me heavily coming from Mississippi coming to Oregon the culture shock of like brand. I have friends that are still battling to avoid going to jail over. A half gram of cannabis in their cars whereas now I'm in Oregon where people are driving around with pounds of cannabis in their cars. You know legally as part of their business So it is fascinating and I think it's something that is under appreciated that we have so many perspectives around the cannabis plant in our relationship To cannabis laws in cannabis culture And I I agree with you. That work that I look forward to seeing done is promoting these stories and helping people get a more rounded understanding of how society has been interacting with cannabis You know throughout time but also in different places in the world at the same time. We're in a fascinating place and your activism work. I think is. It's really great that you get to interact with all of these people that are fighting these different battles and learning their stories and being able to share those with people to kind of open people's eyes a little more that there's more going on here than maybe you see in your just your immediate community. Yeah well actually. Jason Wants Stephen. I learned that the most powerful way to do cannabis activism is to tell the stories of people who really need cannabis and whether that the HIV and AIDS patients in the late eighties and early nineties. And and some of that pioneering work that was done by Denis Perron Brownie Mary And all of us at that time or kids with epilepsy more recently. That is how you really. We have to go through the heart it. We made all these rational arguments for decades of personal freedom and cannabis's natural plan. And you can't criminalize something like this. And it has historical significance to the human race in. It's been with us for thousands of years and we went on and on with these rational arguments and they went nowhere. And of course we didn't mind making the argument because we got to be in front of cameras or the two cameras that showed up at the press and are the one reporter sitting there with a notepad or tape recorder But we enjoy being the voice but we just weren't that effective and and once we made other people voice patients and an people who need this regular everyday people that America could relate to them. We started to make more progress politically. And then you know mainstream to build a bridge. We could stand on to mainstream society heart and We're still building that bridge in You know thankfully we've made so much progress You know you're in Oregon. I'm in California and and cannabis's legal for anybody over the age of twenty one in end. What a far cry from folks in Mississippi or even my hometown where? I grew up Washington C. Area which has allowed more legalisation than Mississippi does but still doesn't really have access. Yeah Yum yet So you know it's it's it's one of the reasons I lacked was because we could not change it and California. We could change it so sometimes you have to go to to where you can be most effective and and then sort of allow that to be a foundation you build on and and you know the fact that you'll and I another person I know Brad craft in. I don't know if you know Brad craft in but he also went to university Mississippi. He also worked on the farm. And he's also the cannabis industry he's a farmer and You know similar story to you. He heard the call from folks like me and my brother from other places. They are Mississippi and was working at the University of Mississippi was working at the farm. Saw a disconnect between what what was legal not legal in what was being studied and not studied on up at the farm there in University Mississippi Everyone should know. That's that's the only place in in the United States where the federal government has a licensed to grow weed and they grow. That's where they grow all the Federal Resource. We down there University of Mississippi..

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Andrew DeAngelo on Cannabis Activism

The Curious About Cannabis Podcast

07:08 min | 2 months ago

Andrew DeAngelo on Cannabis Activism

"Everybody. This is Jason Wilson with curious about Canvas podcast. Thanks much for tuning in once again So I am beyond delighted today to be able to sit down and talk with Andrew Dangelo at you. Know there's so many ways I could introduce you. Activists you know co founder of Harbourside. You're involved with the last prisoner project now. Which I know you've been bringing lot of tension to but welcome Andrew Dangelo. Thanks so much for being willing to come on the podcast today. Thank you Jason. It's great to be with your community today. Yeah totally. I'm really stoked to see where our conversation goes. I've been following a lot of your press over the past several months. Some of the interviews you've been doing and keeping up with some your work and there's a there are a lot of milestones to go through but then I know there's a lot you've been talking about lately that I don't WanNa make you regurgitate the same stuff that you've been staying over again someone to try to go in some unique directions here but there's all sorts of stuff for us to Go into right now. One of the kind of segue into a lot of things one of the first things I wanted to ask you about. Is you recently took a trip to Barcelona didn't you? I did I was there for. Icbc Barcelona and span of this. Yes yeah and you. You didn't make it out to the hashish and hemp museum. That's out there I did. I had a great time at the museum. That's Ben drunker zones and operates that museum. He also has one in Holland. Amsterdam and Ben's been old friend of the family for decades and so it was great vehicle able to see his newest outposts there in Barcelona. It's a beautiful building. He's done all this wonderful stained glass work and yeah and if you if you haven't been Barcelona the architecture Barcelona's just every single building every single doorway window archway. is just extraordinarily well-crafted. Beautiful beautiful work and the the hemp and Marijuana Museum. There is no exception and they've ban in his team just done a stellar job with that museum. I encourage everyone to make a pilgrimage to check it out. Yeah I saw some of the photos posted on social media and I was fascinated. How beautiful some of you know the way. Everything was presented the design architecture and everything and I wasn't even really familiar with that museum. Can you describe a little bit about what that museum is like? And kind of how things are presented. And what your experience. There was sure. The museum has multiple levels. So it's two or three stories. There's elevators and stairs that you navigate through it and it's part a history lesson of the plant and and specifically Ham You know the two. The two tracks museum really talks. Most about is is as cannabis as medicine and as an intoxicant and ham has a industrial raw material so so that those are the two focuses. I would say of the museum. And Ben's just got an incredible collection of ancient hemp materials and modern hemp wears also that are represented by some of the leading can't cannabis hemp companies of today. Of course UH sense. He seeds is right next door. Okay Marijuana Museum both in Barcelona Amsterdam and and you can purchase CBD products there and genetics and a whole bunch of really cool will art and culture and Swag from both the museum and since he seats and I was just thrilled to be in Barcelona and an experience that you know we we in the United States. We don't we have cannabis with sort of the first cannabis museum or installation in Las Vegas. There we'd maps just did a big installation in Los Angeles. That was a museum. But we don't have permanent cannabis ham. You know that I'm aware of that's that's as large in a serious As bans I'm sure we have lots of small Wonsan and probably millions of small ones in people's homes. I certainly is yeah I got. I got some in mind mile in my altar of course but you know so when it. It's not easy to have a museum. You know museums don't make money. They lose money and they are about building culture and about keeping something alive for future generations to learn about an and that's hard work to do in our movement in our industry is still in the embryonic stages and I look forward to the day and I hope Stephen I get to be a part of it Where there are something like that. The Hemp Museum here in the United States a- every city should have won. Every every community has cannabis story that goes back hundreds of years and and we can all tell our own version of what's happened over the last hundred years so it's part of the cultural work that I think we're moving into sort of a cultural renaissance canvas. We've had you know we had to legalize and that was just brutal. One hundred year war you know and now we have all these little battles to get legalisation right which we have not done and and of course you know. We have a lot of work to do to get legalisation rights. So that's going to be ten thousand battles that we're GONNA have to fight for that. The cultural work is really something that I think our community is going to have a lot more fun within the political work and I I really. Creativity and culture is been one of the strengths of the cannabis movement community for forever. Going back to the jazz age you know going back to the brothels of New Orleans going back to Jamaica going back to India Longtime in this plant has inspired the creativity of men and women all over the world and so we get to come out of the shadows culturally now and into the light and Where are colors loud and proud and and talk about the plant in ways like a museum? There's millions of ways to express cannabis culture but a museum certainly one of them and you know the there's a big wide open cultural world out there that I hope your listeners will will embrace. There's also I know you know. Science on this podcast. There's a big sign this world of cannabis scientists just like just like culture. It's in the embryonic stages in Gosh. I can't I can't I can't think of something more exciting right now. Then to be working with canvas science or cannabis culture.

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"barcelona amsterdam" Discussed on Monocle 24: Section D

Monocle 24: Section D

07:25 min | 9 months ago

"barcelona amsterdam" Discussed on Monocle 24: Section D

"On this Toronto Edition of Monaco on design here monocle twenty four with me. Thomas Lewis and a very warm welcome to Monaco on design and to Toronto so the subject of this week's program. The winter may be fully setting in here but the colder months in Toronto are historically when design season gets underway in January several design festivals. Take over the exhibition halls. And the unlikely. It designed venues right across the city. So what will the forthcoming editions of some of these festivals. Say about what's to come from Canada's designers in twenty twenty and in a city like Toronto Canada's largest city I'm one of the fastest growing urban centres North America or it's designed sectors growing and indeed flourishing as quickly as the city itself. Well to answer awesome. I'm joined now by Deborah Wang. The artistic director of Design Te'o the annual design festival which is marking its tenth birthday next year by Fidel Dell. Penney up who co-founded the underlying graphic design studio here in Toronto fifteen years ago and by Karen Kong Managing Director and Head of content entity ideas Toronto formerly known as Toronto's interior design. Show thank you all very much for joining us. Deborah to begin with you design. Te'o Joe which begins in January is marking. Its tenth birthday this year. Congratulations to you on that Give us a quick potted history if you could of how the festival began John Dorsey setup to do. Yeah what's exciting about. It is that we actually started quite small where a grassroots organization on the set but community that got together collective to support each other in the worker doing and design and then it's grown from there was always struck me as kind of thing about designed to IOS is really is. The city is the canvas For example one of the things that you run as a showcase in shop windows or various businesses to become these design spaces for the duration of the festival first of all the monocle show up here in Toronto being one of them. Can you just talk us through that. A little bit about how the festival itself weaves itself into the city. The the city is definitely a canvas for the festival and so we happen all across the city which is really great because we're in all the different neighborhoods and people actually go to the festival festival without realizing they're going to the festival which we really like and you touched upon the window and interest. I think is an important part of that. That they really are part of a showcase for design right on the street and people don't need to be there during opening hours. You know things like that. So actually quite unrestricted. In that sense. That people could be walking their dog and passing by could be rushing shing off to the office and things like that and so. There's this real engagement with spaces in the city and I've discovered actually so many spaces in the city shops galleries reasons such by being part of the festival. And that's what we want to bring to the audience as well Fidel to come to you. If you could give us a sense of the end alliance story on your own. I suppose in terms of creating one of the best regarded graphic design firms of recent years. Give us a quick little part of history if you could offend vend line story from the beginning we wanted to something that brought more sophisticated aesthetic design to the city. We strongly that graphic design can be a force of change not just commercial. Lebron commercially almost like it should be part of the city. I've experienced that in other cities that I've traveled the world like in London or Barcelona Amsterdam designers. China's seems to be so cohesive with the understanding of what the city is graphic design specifically and we believe that Toronto young sitting that sense and we kind of want to be part of that energy. What is the if there is one? Single graphic design aesthetic say was popular when you guys started out to the studio what was awesome. What were you sort of pushing against using to evolve? What graphic design in Toronto looks like an means? Suppose I suppose that It it is a bit of a for lack of a better word commercialize aspect of the sign of being superficial and not having substance From the beginning we believe that design whatever whatever is purposes should have substance of pure idea and then you can reduce ascetics to a minimum if necessary but that there should be substance to the peace and we were reacting tend to a lot of very superficial type of work very merely decorative without Ideas with concepts will have since so from the beginning has been well we pursue. And if you look at the history of graphic design the the purest and the wonderful graphic design this has been done in Switzerland or England or or the states or Mexico wherever you can think of that. Work is always substance. Our aesthetic is very minimalist. We're minimalist By nature many ways. But we don't think that that's the formula is it's not about foreign about about this substance so to as whatever your aesthetic or your participation designers as long as he has an idea and substance. I think that's where we we should all be going and can you give us a quick example of something you've worked on a commercial project or something anymore. City context where idea of substance came into play. When you're creating whatever the the identity was one project I can think of just at the top of my head is a recent branding did for University of China's our museum. They they had a communications problem where they knew. And that's what they came to us. They had to galleries and that needed to be clarified. So internally they had decided that the together who gathers would unite into one entity and that included a changing of the name so they came up with this simple name of art museum and the brief was they wanted something simple by. They wanted something something that was rooted in the history of the city again. Their collection goes from renaissance painting so very modern installations of our pieces. So how do you call it. Vital that within the place of the University of Toronto buildings which are beautiful and aesthetically pleasing. So the solution was to find a way of that identity to communicate all the same when the idea so by doing research of the city we discover that the city grid is at sixteen point. Seven degrees so we created a very simple Walmart and the beautiful San Serif typeface and we angled it a sixteen point seven degrees and then utilize that in all their applications with very bold colors so he would contract section of the place and the success us for that piece for us. Is that as. You're walking across the street and before we couldn't find the place the banners were paintings that were the same color as the stone. All of a sudden we had this mark that had a story to be told on very bright colors that you could see from everywhere and all of a sudden you can find the museum. You can find a place and we're giving them you see on identity. Eighty that's rooted in the city. So that's an example of what we mean by the piece of in substance current come to you. IDs began more than twenty years ago. I was an interior design. Show specifically specifically the remitters grown on broadened pretty extensively. I think it's fair to say since. Then can you give us a part of the history of of ideas and what it set out what to do. I suppose what the goal was fried. Yes when it sets out and go just changed. IDs has been around for twenty years. And I believe it started it off because the founder had been going to all these various international design fairs around the world and saw the need to have something like that in Toronto. The.

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"barcelona amsterdam" Discussed on THEMOVE

THEMOVE

03:20 min | 1 year ago

"barcelona amsterdam" Discussed on THEMOVE

"I've ridden with ever and the fit function you what else I really love about. The the shade. <hes> that I ride with is the hinge sweater better like I I run hot and sweats everywhere so when we're on mountain biking I can hinge it on my brake cables and so I don't I don't like getting sweat on my lens so I- hinge it there and it never moves. It never comes off love it. That's not even my notes but it's it's like one. The thing that I did notice you do that. The never seen that before yeah it's interesting won't and you don't lose your shades and not Mike and as I presented George yesterday with the Gift of new readers you know they also make incredible credible <hes> prescription stuff so as your eyes start to go as mine are as everybody knows this tour three years ago I had one to five last year one five this year one seven fives next year. I'll have Roca two point does for our listeners twenty percents off your first purchase. Go to ROKA DOT COM slash. The move are Okay A.. Dot Com slash the move for twenty percent last thing anybody WanNa get ten grand for free. Well road is going to give it to you if you get if you participate in this tour Trivia contest which some of these are just amazing so play the game over to road I._D.. Dot Com slash France today's question the Tour de France started outside of France for the first time in which city go to road I._D.. Dot Com slash France to answer this question and score also a chance for the daily prize which is a Gopro hero seven black we need. We need some go pros on these writing yeah. We got to do it. Yeah Yeah Yeah okay. One lucky winner even takes ten thousand dollars E._M._C. Shopping spree again that's Rhode I._D.. Dot Com slash France. The question is what was the first country <hes> outside of France for city eighty on sorry. What was the first city where the tour started outside of France and here's the four options choices Barcelona Amsterdam Vienna Berlin? I got no idea no clue I mean they started in bars Solano. I got no clue Book Buddy Sam Varas from Florida old N._F._l.. Commentator suggested that you should also <hes> answer the day before question when you read out <hes> today's question just so people can know what the answer was. Okay well not today but just for future reference. We'll start Tamar. Okay Women Boise speaking of Boise we should we'd be remiss not shut out yesterday's women's results. You know our friends at twenty twenty one yesterday's time trials drew an international field. <hes> Olga can't yawn. I'm sorry I'm totally going to screw this up. ZAC blandness guy who was just recently. Can you know okay she. She was she just recently switched countries from Russia to Becca skin and yes. There's a story there. I don't know what it is but it'd be interesting to find out she finished five seconds behind our good friend Kristin Armstrong who will be on the podcast with us tomorrow Marla in Rio but shut out the clue Dai Guard who won the state is coming back from a huge concussion last year American girl young I think she's like twenty one twenty two years old but she won the time trial and basically crushed the field.

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"barcelona amsterdam" Discussed on Straight Up with Stassi

Straight Up with Stassi

01:39 min | 2 years ago

"barcelona amsterdam" Discussed on Straight Up with Stassi

"Ten minutes though gave his dragon a white walker i like oh there's a tattoo store let's just let me just color the eyeball honestly it was more romantic than if you were to get my name tattooed on your forehead figure this is like a promise ring oh how about that sweets sweet sees yep so commitment af then we decided to extend our trip and we were trying to figure out where to go and we were going through a bunch of places listed bows obsessed with berlin he lived there for a while i've never been there i'm obsessed with peres bozeman been there but he doesn't really know a lot about it we were going to go to berlin and then i oh yeah we did a poll that was after we we cut off berlin because i was like i just want i'm getting jealous that we're just going to your places and so let's just go to a place that never never been the poll barcelona amsterdam and barcelona one from from your people yeah but whether was she hit the weather was shitty and we don't like to be hot i really don't like sweating it's just not my favorite like i really i don't like boob sweat i don't like but what i don't like sweat anywhere it just really upsets me i had a rat family in my taint that's how i was my the rats from underneath my boobs like they had babies.

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"barcelona amsterdam" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

02:07 min | 3 years ago

"barcelona amsterdam" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Do some business news loyd's banking group has decided to set up a european base in germany was that big news well because they are planning for the uk leaving the eu the brexit seeing phillip hampshire is here with this business story so this is a brexit things this is a brexit thing in this is quite a significant one because says the first of the big british banks not only they will set the obviously that considering their options to one degree or another is the first to say the berlin pick picking there that's where we going by their tickets getting on the plane loop flee not united flights and heading off to berlin to go and set up shop now as it turns out they already have a shop in berlin three hundred employees currently in the city of branch they're answered the discount weeks finding that out interesting that it's berlin because most people talk about frankfurters the european capital also the harris stone oh incoming moved was the weather's great it cetera berlin options options around europe and there were a lot of them different people were looking at madrid barcelona amsterdam stock home was very manly in the next couple of these european capital cities also looking at it paris locks some berg frankfurt and berlin now all of those obviously the clustering effect so when one company moves across to another town it will have the others go on a second level gone their solit light k taught them called road in london it's full of electrical shops for one elect who shop moves in the number one moves in next door because then you know where you're going to go in order to get your electrical goods so this is big news both for the city of london yes somebody determined to leave because the bankers was friendly but then they don't yup and he is somebody making a play in berlin this we think we're gonna we're gonna see things following that they will still remain obviously in the uk leaves banking group is a uk paste company so they will still keep obviously there you you cooperation spot they will now have the operations.

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"barcelona amsterdam" Discussed on The Tom Leykis Show

The Tom Leykis Show

03:07 min | 3 years ago

"barcelona amsterdam" Discussed on The Tom Leykis Show

"To where i am i had to ignore reality and i had to ignore the possible consequences over a sustained period of time and that's how you get that that's right you know you you have to be honest about that okay whatever you decide to remain fat or not you have to accept the idea that except in a timely decibels point of cases people who are that made themselves back this is easily provable all you have to do is traveled to your and i'm not talking about the him pobres barged europe we have i'm pobres areas in the united states i'm just saying won't downs city streets in titties like parents bart of no one that london one hundred exception i get to that no second but paris madrid and barcelona amsterdam yeah and not just paris but in a city in france i've ever been to i have been do more go bargained champagne yeah rips i've been all over press qs and you just don't see women or for that matter met as bad as they are the united states now what thing i learned in my travels which is helping made today because of last thirty five pounds and i'm not trying to lord that over anyone i get again it back who know right i don't know so i'm not trying to say in any way that i'm better than any bob but i am try okay but when i went to your a by spent time in kid kids and i can't deny on how people were around how they cook you see my food bourn online a lot of what i learned came from travelling okay show i i learn how to cope differently i learned how people eat another country and the newark let me tell you how they and i'm taking the uk out a bears i know we have a lot of friends a list in the uk the uk is more like the united states in this regard so i'm going to take the rest of your up minus the uk my experience in your because that people super rich super delicious stuff in the very small want to take a played in this country we're talking europe now minus three okay a play to thought of these countries is a fraction of the size of all played who would in the united states i saw people hitting smaller quantities when people have copy they have a shot of a special and when i see.

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