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Cereal brands reevaluate mascots to fit the modern day

Morning Edition

03:11 min | 3 weeks ago

Cereal brands reevaluate mascots to fit the modern day

"Been rethinking their outdated corporate mascots and Jemima uncle Ben Mrs Butterworth. At the same time, a group of young entrepreneurs have set out to create new breakfast cereal characters that reflect this moment. NPR's Mandali del Barco reports. Emily. At least, Miller says the new cereal she and her team created off limits has brand mascots, unlike any other dash is a high strung, high achieving female bunny in an eighties style power suit with sneakers. She's a K pop fan. A workaholic, and she says Dash has a lot of anxiety to deal with. So her cereal turns the milk to cold brew and has coffee and chocolate zombie is just the opposite. A lazy dude who looks like he just rolled out of bed to eat his mellow cereal. There's adapted Jin's Pond on Vanilla, so everything you need to mellow out. Miller, 29 year old food writer is all about breakfast. In fact, she wrote breakfast a cookbook, and she created the breakfast club walking tours of New York restaurants. Her latest venture off limits. Serial also seems to appeal to millennials. Miller's hoping they might relate to zombie who has a bit of Bart Simpson or dash more of Ah, Lisa Simpson. The whole brand is really run by these emotionally unstable and extreme cartoon characters. Dashing zombie are a far cry from the buff, confident cereal mascot Tony the Tiger. Cash is not the first female serial character in the early 19 fifties. Kellogg's Sugar Frosted Flakes was rep. For a short time by Katie the Kangaroo who wore a bandanna and carried her baby in her pouch. I'm Katie, the kangaroo I have been given bound around you guy within that takes all night, just like an attending. Do you like Kellogg's ultimately bounced Katie The kangaroo for Tony. The Tiger, also dropping sugar from its name Fast forward to 2020 where cold and hot cereals are more than $20 billion industry in the U. S. According to market data firm statistic, with sales expected to grow To succeed. Cereal brands have to be nostalgic, healthy or have more modern mascot, says analyst Melissa Abbott. There's a demand for something completely different that isn't no masculine 20. The Tiger Macho Abbott is vice president of culinary insights at the Hartmann Group. She says cereal is not just a breakfast food. New brands are pro mode on podcasts and purchased online, Abbott says off Limits and another new cereal brand magic spoon appealed to a different aesthetic. These characters that are going to win essentially today and particularly in the breakfast category, they have Tio contain more of this multi dimensional take on the on the human personality. The flaws and all, Abbott says consumers might like that off limits. Characters were designed by artist Shepard Fairey's studio. Now the question is, Will they go for coffee flavored cereal repped by a stressed out bunny in a power suit? Handle it. Al Barco

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"bart simpson" Discussed on Slate's Culture Gabfest

Slate's Culture Gabfest

11:52 min | 10 months ago

"bart simpson" Discussed on Slate's Culture Gabfest

"The simpsons did really seem to understand that authority could be corrupt stupid punitive the system could be merciless and narrow minded enough to label a four with grader and underachiever the talking back to all of that more than just being cool could be truth telling all of this which is why Bart was so threatening to the status quo in the first place is also why bart looking like flava flav on a t shirt made some sense he also knew what time it was this is the one time I got live from school I drew sort of Bar Simpson on my jeans and the public enemy symbol and so that was being rebellious. That's I'm an easy fit perfectly you got you got suspended because of Bart and yes and public enemy my own my own my only suspicion ever so you're like exactly whatever worried about Parkinson's exactly exactly little social panic actually pay though he corrupted a poor Ohio industrial tomboy as Bard himself there was some hand wringing about Black Bart from within the black community articles about the phenomenon all quote someone who is worried that Black Bart like Bart is setting a bad example and some of the shirts it should be said look pretty offensive one of the variations of the Bart Marley shirts for example looks like a racist caricature that wasn't true of most the bootleg stuff though and Black Bart shirts just like the official merchandise kept selling nothing ever got less cool for offending or alarming concern grownups after all Fox was of two minds about the whole thing unofficial merchandise lost them money but it did keep the show on the cutting edge it was a good and it was bad really kept it relevant and an edgy. When we couldn't be edgy that's Nancy overfilled again who are work on the simpsons with J. C. Penney ended up going into Fox very early in the simpsons run where she oversaw the show's licensing then help add to the phenomenon in fact Fox which was very canny about monetize it's black audience over the coming years would program towards black audience is even more directly incorporated elements of bootleg bar into the Shaw Bart March and actually we use that very very thing to determine what some of our big sellers were going to be and we actually use that information went some of our design graphics and our market blocked Bart proved Bart was so popular he had slipped the bounds of TV of ownership of officially licensed merchandise and he could belong to anyone and that included the members of America's armed forces another popular subset of Bootleg Bart merged the Persian Gulf Bart the Persian Gulf War which started in August of nineteen ninety and ended six months later overlapped exactly with Bart Mania how bars rebellious streak his distrust of authority of tyranny was here interpreted as Patriotic Jingoistic pluck a devil-may-care attitude and violence-free could be put into the service of the US a matt grading disliked all of this he told reporters that Bart was quote very opposed to the war but Persian Gulf part one all the way to the top anyway in February of Nineteen ninety-one President Bush posed with a Patriotic Bart Simpson figurine while sitting at his desk in the Oval Office us the bartle dressed in camouflage and holding an American flag had been sent to a staff sergeant working on a base in Saudi Arabia by his grandmother who wanted to cheer him up he'd passed it onto then defense secretary Dick Cheney would promise to bring it to the President WanNa came across this picture I thought ha eighteen months before Bush insult the simpsons at the RNC who's holding in his very hands proof that Bart had become so popular he could be used towards almost any political end including the press residents own another kind of politician would have leaned into that Bush did not so why didn't Bush make bar into his political ally why do you make them into an me the answer in part is the religious right now's the time we talk about a sponsor the podcast mobile and this season a mobile it will take you down south to tell the origin story of southern hip hop and one of the biggest music controversies of the twentieth century it's a riveting mix of Miami ace beat and battles over free speech and definitely want you don't WanNa miss the new season mobile starts with the story of two live crew and how they made hip hop nastier than ever for only to find themselves on a collision course with the US government you'll also learn about the world of Pirate Radio in here exclusive interviews with all your Miami favorites like trick daddy correct Ross Trina Flo ride while she fire and more you can stream the entire season a mobile APP spotify now or listen to podcasts each and every Wednesday wherever at your podcast Oh grab your best headphones for this one there's a lot of base also sponsored by better help or something that interferes with your happiness preventing you from achieving your goals better help online counseling is there for you connect with their professional counselor in a safe and private online environment it's so convenient you can now get help on your own time at your own pace scheduled secure video phone sessions plus chat and text with your therapist better help has licensed professional counselors who specialize in depression anxiety navigating family conflicts and so much more anything you share with a counselor is confidential and if you aren't happy for any reason you can request a new one at any time and no additional charge best of all it's truly affordable option the quartering listeners get percent off your first month the Discount Code Decoder so why not get started today go to better help dot com slash decoder simply fill out a questionnaire to help me test your needs it get matched with a counselor that you'll love that's better help dot com slash decoder when I think of my youth as a child of the eighties I got the sense that everything was dangerous roth handler is a professor of sociology at Grinnell College you know heavy metal was going to turn us into Satanists Dungeons dragons was gonNA have US join a call rap music was going to spark violence video games were either going to rot our brains or turn us in the violent thugs and so the the whole Simpson show is coming out of this context where there's all these fears about youth and this sense that pop culture can somehow be dangerous for youth the nineteen eighties was an anxious time the overt chaos of the nineteen sixties and seventies the civil rights movement the feminist movement the Vietnam War the Antiwar Movement Watergate had outwardly quieted down and Ronald Reagan had been elected president by promising kind of retrenchment a return to order too old fashioned American values but despite it being morning in America there was still so much darkness the AIDS crisis the continued threat of nuclear annihilation the crack epidemic a stagnant economy and the large scale changes happening to the structure of the American family with the rise of no fault divorce working mothers and single parent households and so there are these kind of shifts going on in the society both culturally and economically I just feel like a kind of a dangerous time for kids and so what happens then is rather than really account for these changes somehow enact new policy somehow pop culture is is to blame for all the social problems that people perceive panicking about pop culture's influence on children is not new in the nineteen fifties for example a widespread fear that comic books full of Horror Noir violence were making kid anti-social resulted in congressional hearings and the Comic Book Industry Regulating itself with a comic book code but stressing about pop culture impact on kids or listening or playing with something else heavy metal prince lyrics ice tea songs two live crew married with children Marilyn Manson first person shooter Games in the nineteen eighties fears about parenting or commonly expressed in terms of latchkey kids kids who are coming home after school letting themselves into the House and being raised by the television the problem was uninvolved parents. This is in stark contrast to now or the concern is the opposite helicopter parents who don't give their kids any space at all but honestly it was still easier for latchkey parents to see and comprehend whether kids were watching even if they caught it only glimpses because it was for one network TV show and for the other hang on a big TV the everybody could see media habits have changed so completely the kids can now watch screens anywhere often doing so alone whatever they're watching probably pretty incomprehensible to the adults in their lives anyway and over popular it is compared to network days it's totally niche not all about the parental I like the congressional threat to defend the National Endowment for the arts. Some of these concerns were bipartisan it was Tipper Gore the wife of then Democratic Senator Al Gore who led the charge to get a parental advisory sticker put on albums with explicit lyrics after she listened to Prince's Darling Nikki with her daughter motivating and in some instances or just passively aligning with it and others with a heightened alarm about mainstream popular culture there was particular to Evangelical Christians who Reagan had recently brought into the Republican fold Reagan had won the presidency in one thousand nine hundred for broadening the conservative coalition to include evangelicals aligning himself with oops like Jerry Falwell's moral majority James Dobson focus on the family throughout the nineteen eighty s focus on the family which was founded by Dobson in nineteen seventy seven became among other things a trusted watchdog Organization for Evangelical Families Looking for guidance about mainstream popular culture of which the organization was dreamily skeptical Hollywood was this place where people were actively trying to indoctrinate your children with all all of these terrible values of like disrespect for parents and wanting to lake swear and smoke or something like that Eliza Wilkinson is a film cricket vox and she had an evangelical focus on the family kind of upbringing would have never occurred to me to ask to watch it because I just knew instinctively that wasn't a thing we were going to do people were worried that their kids were going to want to be like bar and I think another big one was that like homer is depicted as kind of a slobby you know loser Guy And I remember personally as a child hearing a lot about how all dead this world was more likely if it's Bieber and less like homer Simpson.

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"bart simpson" Discussed on Slate's Culture Gabfest

Slate's Culture Gabfest

01:43 min | 10 months ago

"bart simpson" Discussed on Slate's Culture Gabfest

"Before we get going this episode of Dakota is sponsored by Hyatt centric Hyatt centric hotels put you at the heart of the action connecting you to local food culture and of course music check out the hot spots a hidden gems and local sounds in cities of Miami to Milan Boston to Bangalore and ever anywhere in between if you're ready for an exciting off the beaten path adventure get started with Hyatt centric booker stay now at Hyatt centric dot com also sponsored by discover on here something amazing discover matches all the cash back you earn at the end of your first year automatically with no limit on how much they'll match millions of people a year are getting their cashback matched discover cash back match. What are you waiting for learn more at discover dot com slash cashback back match we are going to keep on trying to strengthen the American family to make American families a lot more like the waltons and a lot less like the simpsons that's president George H W Bush speaking and alley at the nineteen ninety-two Republican National Convention months before he would lose his bid for a second term to Bill Clinton at the time of this speech the simpsons have been on the air for three years averaging over twenty million viewers a week it was Fox's first top ten show its first top thirty show even it had been on the cover of Newsweek time and rolling stone and already want a pair of Emmy's Bart Brilliantly voiced by Nancy Cartwright was the breakout star and he's old countless pieces of official and bootleg merchandise now just shirts but toothpaste pinball machine snow-boots butter fingers and talking dolls.

Bart Brilliantly George H W Bush Bill Clinton Dakota Emmy Bangalore Nancy Cartwright Newsweek Miami Boston president Milan Fox official three years
"bart simpson" Discussed on Slate's Culture Gabfest

Slate's Culture Gabfest

01:34 min | 10 months ago

"bart simpson" Discussed on Slate's Culture Gabfest

"This is Dakota rang a show about cracking cultural mysteries I'm willing passed and every month we take on a cultural question habit or idea crack it open and try to figure out what it means and why it matters Nineteen eighty-nine America came down with far fever way more obnoxious badly behaved and oddly given that he was a four fingered cartoon more realistic the smart Alex of sitcoms past bar over the youth of this nation me included I was in elementary school in the simpsons premiered am I desperately wanted a barter art not because I loved the show so much and even watch it because he was just that cool but not everybody liked bar or the simpsons provocative attitude quite so much it wasn't just JC Penney that was getting phone calls from aggrieved grandmothers the Simpsons Bart and his t shirts briefly became a chit in the Culture Wars Ben in some schools and department stores and held up by the most powerful people in the country as an example of America gone wrong thirty years later getting upset about Bart Simpson in his fresh language lackluster attitude and minor rebellions seems impossibly quaint I mean if only we were fighting about whether it was appropriate to print eight not double hockey sticks on a t shirt but what's not so quaint is what's lurking underneath the bark panic a set of ideas anxieties in this case about popcorn ultra prescriptive powers its ability to shape the world just by showing it to us so today on decoder ring a surprisingly complicated history was afraid of Bart Simpson.

Dakota America Alex JC Penney Bart Simpson hockey thirty years
"bart simpson" Discussed on Slate's Culture Gabfest

Slate's Culture Gabfest

02:55 min | 10 months ago

"bart simpson" Discussed on Slate's Culture Gabfest

"Okay well I have to tell you just initially how I even got involved in early nineteen eighty Nine Nancy overfilled was the head of marketing and special events for the Children's division of JC Penney her went to twenty New York I was young and ignorant so about ten floors on one floor it the doors opened and it's cost him characters hand came into the elevator to stop it right is it almost closing which annoyed all of us and then the hand came back and the door closed I looked at the guy next to me and I said what in the world was that and he said Oh Character Bart Simpson Bart and his family were still relatively unknown they'd only appeared in short segments on the Tracey Ullman show a critically acclaimed but low rated variety series airing on the then new Fox network but ten months after the overfilled sub Bart in an elevator the simpsons premiered in primetime and the spiky-haired Smart Mouth Bart was suddenly everywhere Mr Burs did you get there literally sent veteran recalling forgot Simpson's was Fox's first real hit a ratings smash but it was also a merchandising machine give a sense of like like how how much was the simpsons stuff selling my gosh journey heyday I mean millions and millions dog it was the biggest thing out there in one thousand nine hundred an estimated fifteen million bart t shirts were sold shirts that had bart saying things like don't have a cow man I'm Bart Simpson who the hell are you one in particular showed bar pointing a slingshot and whoever was looking at the T. shirt while he was standing underneath the word underachiever in quotes saying and proud of it man things are going along fine then they come out with an underachiever teacher and it was amazing I really hadn't fully experienced the wrath of customers we've getting letters like what was letter oh my gosh people tore up the credit card this grandmother called me to tell me that I was killing kids she explained to me that kids are going to do what Markson says and if he's an underachiever and he's sending that message they of course are not going to try in school which means they won't graduate which means they're going to turn to drugs and then they were overdosing guy wow okay they were outraged that we would bring in something that sent a negative message to kids.

Nancy JC Penney New York Bart Simpson Bart Tracey Ullman Mr Burs Fox Bart Simpson Markson head of marketing ten months
"bart simpson" Discussed on Decoder Ring

Decoder Ring

11:43 min | 10 months ago

"bart simpson" Discussed on Decoder Ring

"Extent about scarcity about making the best of very paltry options but Bart and the simpsons did really seem to understand that authority could be corrupt stupid punitive the system could be merciless and narrow minded enough to label a four with grader and underachiever the talking back to all of that more than just being cool could be truth telling all of this which is why Bart was so threatening to the status quo in the first place is also why Bart looking like flava flav on a t shirt made some sense he also knew what time it was this is the one time I got live from school I drew sort of Bar Simpson on my jeans and the public enemy symbol and so that was being rebellious at seem to fit perfectly you got you got suspended because of Bart and yes and public enemy my own my own my only suspicion ever so you're like exactly whatever worried about Parkinson's exactly exactly little social panic actually pay though he corrupted a poor Ohio industrial tomboy as bard himself there was some hand wringing about Black Bart from within the black community articles about the phenomenon all quote someone who is worried that Black Bart like Bart is setting a bad example and some of the shirts it should be said look pretty offensive one of the variations of the Bart Marley shirts for example looks like a racist caricature that wasn't true of most the bootleg stuff though and Black Bart shirts just like the official merchandise kept selling nothing ever got less cool for offending or alarming concern grownups after all Fox was of two minds about the whole thing unofficial merchandise lost them money but it did keep the show on the cutting edge it was a good and it was bad really kept it relevant and an edgy when we couldn't be edgy that's Nancy overfilled again who are work on the simpsons with J. C. Penney ended up going into Fox very early in the simpsons run where she oversaw the show's licensing then help add to the phenomenon in fact Fox which was very canny about monetize it's black audience over the coming years would program towards black audience is even more directly incorporated elements of bootleg bar into the Shaw Bart March and actually we use that very very thing to determine what some of our big sellers were going to be and we actually use that information went some of our design graphics and our market blocked Bart proved Bart was so popular he had slipped the bounds of TV of ownership of officially licensed merchandise and he could belong to anyone and that included the members of America's armed forces another popular subset of Bootleg Bart merged the Persian Gulf Bart the Persian Gulf War which started in August of nineteen ninety and ended six months later overlapped exactly with Bart Mania how bars rebellious streak his distrust of authority of tyranny was here interpreted as Patriotic Jingoistic pluck a devil may care attitude and violence-free could be put into the service of the US a matt grading disliked all of this he told reporters that Bart was quote very opposed to the war but Persian Gulf part one all the way to the top anyway in February of Nineteen ninety-one President Bush posed with a Patriotic Bart Simpson figurine while sitting at his desk in the Oval Office us the bartle dressed in camouflage and holding an American flag had been sent to a staff sergeant working on a base in Saudi Arabia by his grandmother who wanted to cheer him up he'd passed it onto then defense secretary Dick Cheney would promise to bring it to the President WanNa came across this picture I thought Ha eighteen months before Bush insult the Simpsons at the RNC who's holding in his very hands proof that Bart had become so popular he could be used towards almost any political end including the press residents own another kind of politician would have leaned into that Bush did not so why didn't Bush make bar into his political ally why do you make them into an me the answer in part is the religious right now's the time we talk about a sponsor the podcast mobile mobile is a podcast from spotify given media all about hip hop most iconic moments told by the people who live them hosted by hip-hop Journalists Brandon Jinx Jenkin and this season a mobile it will take you down south to tell the origin story of southern hip hop and one of the biggest music controversies of the twentieth century it's a riveting mix of Miami Ace beat and battles over free speech and definitely want you don't WanNa miss the new season mobile starts with the story of two live crew and how they made hip hop nastier than ever for only to find themselves on a collision course with the US government. You'll also learn about the world of Pirate Radio in here exclusive interviews with all your Miami favorites like trick correct Ross Trina Flo ride while she fire and more you can stream the entire season a mobile APP spotify now or listen to podcasts each and every Wednesday wherever at your podcast Oh grab your best headphones for this one there's a lot of base also sponsored by better help or something that interferes with your happiness preventing you from achieving your goals better help online counseling is there for you connect with their professional counselor in a safe and private online environment. It's so convenient you can now get help on your own time at your own pace scheduled secure video phone sessions plus chat and text with your therapist better help has licensed professional counselors who specialize in depression anxiety navigating family conflicts and so much more anything you share with a counselor is confidential and if you aren't happy for any reason you can request a new one at any time and no additional charge best of all it's truly affordable option the quartering listeners get percent off your first month the Discount Code Decoder so why not get started today go to better help dot com slash decoder simply fill out a questionnaire to help me test your needs it get matched with a counselor that you'll love that's better help dot com slash decoder when I think of my youth as a child of the eighties I got the sense that everything was dangerous roth handler is a professor of sociology at Grinnell College you know heavy metal was going to turn us into Satanists Dungeons dragons was GonNa have US join a call rap music was going to spark violence video games were either going to rot our brains or turn us in the violent thugs and so the the whole Simpson show is coming out of this context where there's all these fears about youth and this sense that pop culture can somehow be dangerous for youth the nineteen eighties was an anxious time the overt chaos of the nineteen sixties and seventies the civil rights movement the feminist movement the Vietnam War the Antiwar Movement Watergate had outwardly quieted down and Ronald Reagan had been elected president by promising kind of retrenchment a return to order too old fashioned American values but despite it being morning in America there was still so much darkness the AIDS crisis the continued threat of nuclear annihilation the crack epidemic a stagnant economy and the large scale changes happening to the structure of the American family with the rise of no fault divorce working mothers and single parent households and so there are these kind of shifts going on in the society both culturally and economically I just feel like a kind of a dangerous time for kids and so what happens then is rather than really account for these changes somehow enact new policy somehow pop culture is is to blame for all the social problems that people perceive panicking about pop culture's influence on children is not new in the nineteen fifties for example a widespread fear that comic books full of Horror Noir violence were making kid anti-social resulted in congressional hearings and the Comic Book Industry Regulating itself with a comic book code but stressing about pop culture impact on kids happened before the nineteen eighty s it also happened a lot in the one thousand nine hundred ninety s was anxiety about what was happening to our children when we weren't watching them but they were watching or listening or playing with something else heavy metal prince lyrics ice tea songs two live crew married with children Marilyn Manson first person shooter Games in the nineteen eighties fears about parenting or commonly expressed in terms of Latchkey kids kids who are coming home after school letting themselves into the house and being raised by the television the problem was uninvolved parents. This is in stark contrast to now or the concern is the opposite helicopter parents who don't give their kids any space at all but honestly it was still easier for latchkey parents to see and comprehend whether kids were watching even if they caught it only glimpses because it was for one network TV show and for the other hang on a big TV the everybody could see media habits have changed so completely the kids can now watch screens anywhere often doing so alone whatever they're watching probably pretty incomprehensible to the adults in their lives anyway and over popular it is compared to network days it's totally niche not all about the parental exiled in the one thousand nine hundred eighty rose the level of full blown moral panics as the satanic panic did some like the one woman crusade against married with children seemed sillier than other I like the congressional threat to defend the National Endowment for the arts some of these concerns were bipartisan it was Tipper Gore the wife of then Democratic Senator Al Gore who led the charge to get a parental advisory sticker put on albums with explicit lyrics after she listened to Prince's Darling Nikki with her daughter motivating and in some instances or just passively aligning with it and others with a heightened alarm about mainstream popular culture there was particular to evangelical Christians who Reagan had recently brought into the Republican fold Reagan had won the presidency in one thousand nine hundred for broadening the conservative coalition to include evangelicals aligning himself with oops like Jerry Falwell's moral majority James Dobson focus on the family throughout the nineteen eighties focus on the family which was founded by Dobson in nineteen seventy seven became among other things a trusted watchdog Organization for Evangelical Families Looking for guidance about mainstream popular culture of which the organization was dreamily skeptical Hollywood was this place where people were actively trying to indoctrinate your children with all all of these terrible values of like disrespect for parents and wanting to lake swear and smoke or something like that Eliza Wilkinson is a film cricket vox and she had an evangelical focus on the family kind of upbringing I would've never occurred to me to ask to watch it because I just knew instinctively that wasn't a thing we were going to do. people were worried that their kids were going to want to be like bar and I think another big one was that like homer is depicted as kind of a slobby you know loser Guy And I remember personally as a child hearing a lot about how all dead.

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"bart simpson" Discussed on Decoder Ring

Decoder Ring

01:43 min | 10 months ago

"bart simpson" Discussed on Decoder Ring

"Before we get going this episode of Dakota is sponsored by Hyatt centric Hyatt centric hotels put you at the heart of the action connecting you to local food culture and of course music check out the hot spots a hidden gems and local sounds in cities of Miami to Milan Boston to Bangalore and ever anywhere in between if you're ready for an exciting off the beaten path adventure get started with Hyatt centric booker stay now at Hyatt centric dot com also sponsored by discover on here something amazing discover matches all the cash back you earn at the end of your first year automatically with no limit on how much they'll match millions of people a year are getting their cashback matched discover cash back match what are you waiting for learn more at discover dot com slash cashback back match we are going to keep on trying to strengthen the American family to make American families a lot more like the waltons and a lot less like the simpsons that's president George H W Bush speaking and alley at one thousand nine hundred ninety two Republican National Convention months before he would lose his bid for a second term to Bill Clinton at the time of this speech the simpsons have been on the air for three years averaging over twenty million viewers a week it was Fox's first top ten show its first top thirty show even it had been on the cover of Newsweek time and rolling stone and already want a pair of Emmy's Bart Brilliantly voiced by Nancy Cartwright was the breakout star and he's old countless pieces of official and bootleg merchandise now just shirts but toothpaste pinball machine snow-boots butter fingers and talking dolls.

Dakota Miami Boston Bangalore president George H W Bush Bill Clinton Fox Emmy Bart Brilliantly Nancy Cartwright Milan Newsweek official three years
"bart simpson" Discussed on Decoder Ring

Decoder Ring

01:34 min | 10 months ago

"bart simpson" Discussed on Decoder Ring

"This is Dakota rang a show about cracking cultural mysteries I'm willing passed and every month we take on a cultural question habit or idea crack it open and try to figure out what it means and why it matters Nineteen eighty-nine America came down with far fever way more obnoxious badly behaved and oddly given that he was a four fingered cartoon more realistic the smart Alex of sitcoms past bar over the youth of this nation me included I was in elementary school in the simpsons premiered am I desperately wanted a barter art not because I loved the show so much and even watch it because he was just that cool but not everybody liked bar or the simpsons provocative attitude quite so much it wasn't just JC Penney that was getting phone calls from aggrieved grandmothers the Simpsons Bart and his t shirts briefly became a chit in the Culture Wars Ben in some schools and department stores and held up by the most powerful people in the country as an example of America gone wrong thirty years later getting upset about Bart Simpson in his fresh language lackluster attitude and minor rebellions seems impossibly quaint I mean if only we were fighting about whether it was appropriate to print eight not double hockey sticks on a t shirt but what's not so quaint is what's lurking underneath the bark panic a set of ideas anxieties in this case about popcorn ultra prescriptive powers its ability to shape the world just by showing it to us so today undercoat during a surprisingly complicated history was afraid of Bart Simpson.

Dakota America Alex JC Penney Bart Simpson hockey thirty years
"bart simpson" Discussed on Decoder Ring

Decoder Ring

02:55 min | 10 months ago

"bart simpson" Discussed on Decoder Ring

"Okay well I have to tell you just initially how I even got involved in early nineteen eighty nine Nancy overfilled was the head of marketing and special events for the Children's division of JC Penney her went to twenty New York I was young and ignorant so about ten floors on one floor it the doors opened and it's cost him characters hand came into the elevator to stop it right is it almost closing which annoyed all of us and then the hand came back and the door closed I looked at the guy next to me and I said what in the world was that and he said Oh Character Bart Simpson Bart and his family were still relatively unknown. they'd only appeared in short segments on the Tracey Ullman show a critically acclaimed but low rated variety series airing on the then new Fox network but ten months after the overfilled sub Bart in an elevator the simpsons premiered in primetime and the spiky-haired Smart Mouth Bart was suddenly everywhere Mr Burs did you get there literally sent veteran recalling forgot Simpson's was Fox's first real hit a ratings smash but it was also a merchandising machine give a sense of like like how how much was the simpsons stuff selling my gosh journey heyday I mean millions and millions dog it was the biggest thing out there in one thousand nine hundred an estimated fifteen million bart t shirts were sold shirts that had bart saying things like don't have a cow man I'm Bart Simpson who the hell are you one in particular showed bar pointing a slingshot and whoever was looking at the T. shirt while he was standing underneath the word underachiever in quotes saying and proud of it man things are going along fine then they come out with an underachiever teacher and it was amazing I really hadn't fully experienced the wrath of customers we've getting letters like what was letter oh my gosh people tore up the credit card this grandmother called me to tell me that I was killing kids she explained to me that kids are going to do what Markson says and if he's an underachiever and he's sending that message they of course are not going to try in school which means they won't graduate which means they're going to turn to drugs and then they were overdosing guy wow okay they were outraged that we would bring in something that sent a negative message to kids.

Nancy JC Penney New York Bart Simpson Bart Tracey Ullman Mr Burs Fox Bart Simpson Markson head of marketing ten months
"bart simpson" Discussed on Decoder Ring

Decoder Ring

02:30 min | 10 months ago

"bart simpson" Discussed on Decoder Ring

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Harvey Weinstein Pleads Not Guilty To New Indictment; Trial Pushed To January

Joe Walsh

02:37 min | 1 year ago

Harvey Weinstein Pleads Not Guilty To New Indictment; Trial Pushed To January

"Fascinating you all remember Harvey Weinstein right sure it was the chubby guy who like to take his pants off yeah basically everyone saying never we whatever his name is no divine don't doing winds I'm so basically he pleaded wait for it not guilty bart Simpson I didn't know if you need a new indictment of sexual assault and so his trial is delayed until January so yeah I according to him you know like the old saying it wasn't me he's a three hundred fifty pound sweaty slob worth billions of dollars yeah who can single handedly make a career the reset to a movie star yeah and he had women who wanted to be movie stars war bereits this meet him in the first place the man was a hotel room and after years of getting away with whatever skulduggery one out in this he finally did it to an Italian girl and I have to tell you don't pull that stuff from breaks up over your head yeah and that's what happened she threw some and final not mistaken and blew the lid off effect this is not only how he got his third wife as if that's a shocker did you see her no no stunning so do you like it reminds me of a which is a Steven ocean the guy would drop yeah to see his wife yes we think she looks at it says listen you with that felt there in those drawn out eyebrows and at fifty seven year old body sure I'm thirty two and I'm a super model but I gotta have your baby it's so ridiculous yeah it's it's true love shines true love and where cetera who sexually harassing who were you not you what his poor old rich slob he got him hook line sinker is following you around he's buying it was seventeen hundred dollar shoes yeah perhaps he sexually harass we think it all again well I don't think that's the case you know the fact I remember reading an older report these hi everyone things lawyer your honor look at what's going on here well this one story about him involved like a plant shall we say if you like ferns yeah sure for is also you much better off if you only had sex with how creepy is is garbage just thought it was really interesting that he would I'm torn about Hollywood nonsense I tell you what I mean you know it's all going on because it's fitz's Caligula Hollywood the only difference between Hollywood in Washington is that the slime balls are pretty in Hollywood that's it that same slime ball hold hands the office they're just beautiful that's the only difference except for Harvey Weinstein who will put the all

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"bart simpson" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

02:52 min | 1 year ago

"bart simpson" Discussed on WGN Radio

"But the hold right Canada. That was everything that was on their trip to New York, and they're at the statue of liberty, and Bart is reading the inscription at the bottom of the statue of liberty, which now Republican leadership saying, that's a poem that was not law, which is true. It is not law. It is a poem. But if the it is Ethan of America, that's how Stephen Miller and his family got here. Right. I almost all of his got here. They're the only people who didn't get here. This way. Where African Americans who are brought here to be sold. And native Americans who are born there after they walked across the Bering land bridge tens of thousands of years ago. Their progenitor did. Tell that's so this whole idea that we're not a nation of immigrants, and they're not in the nation of welcoming people who are trying to free plea oppression. And that creates this melting pot and makes us better. Those people are full of crap who are saying that that's not what the of the United States is. So barten- one more time. This is where this is why this was so funny when it was in the Simpsons grids countries, but the hold now that. Was Bart Simpson. This is the president of the United States. The system is full can't take you any more. Whether it's a silent. Whether it's anything you want illegal immigration can't take any more. We can't take our country is. Our areas full the sectors full can't take anymore. Sorry. Can't happen. So turn around. That's the way it is. There you go. Art imitating life. Yes. Are predicting. What happened there? People always time, but legal immigration. We talk about asylum does not illegal immigration, but he's also talking about that. But they're also talking about migrants. Right. That's even Miller's time. I just want anybody coming in and he wants to do away with chain migration. Just in time from to get his own in-laws in chain migration. The president the president wants to do away with chain migration. They will be the last people to get it on chain migration. Closing the door. That's it. Sorry Slovenia unless you're super super super hot bottle countries full. Kim what's going on at the top of the hour. The WGN newsroom. Israel's election too close to call. Drive..

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Here's what Disney owns after the massive Disney/Fox merger

Brian Kilmeade

00:37 sec | 1 year ago

Here's what Disney owns after the massive Disney/Fox merger

"Mickey Mouse and Bart Simpson are now under the same roof on Tuesday night, and one of the biggest media deals ever. Disney closed on its seventy one billion dollar takeover of FOX's entertainment business with entertainment juggernauts, like the Simpsons X men and deadpool under the same roof as Star Wars Cinderella and marvel the deal paves the way for Disney to launch streaming service Disney plus set for later this year in television, the acquisition brings FOX. Cable channels like FX networks and National Geographic under the same ownership is ABC and ESPN. Disney's also the parent company of ABC

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"bart simpson" Discussed on Teen Creeps

Teen Creeps

04:20 min | 1 year ago

"bart simpson" Discussed on Teen Creeps

"Nineteen ninety five. I had learned almost all the jokes of the Simpsons. But the joke of Bart Simpson. Remained a beautiful mystery. Then one day it hit me. It was like getting struck by lightning. And suddenly, I understood that joke of Bart Simpson fruit. Nobody prepares you for the moment. You realize the joke of him rude assistant normal Monday or Thursday or Wednesday or a weekend or it's Tuesday or Friday. I actually was asleep in my bed when I woke up with an understanding about Bart Simpson. Deep in my soul. I started shaking all over. And I drew this diagram on a piece of toilet paper. I found in the closet. It took me several years to decipher this divine graph. Now, I know it's meaning rude. And it is so funny that I am still laughing about it right now every minute I am even laughing about it. Now. Mouth from talking about it. When I discovered BART's joke rude. It's how he's Bart Scott. He's rude. I want into the middle of the street and shouted the joke of Bart Simpson rude is so clear to me now. Bart Simpson lives in Springfield. And the secret joke of him is that he's root route. When I whispered the miracle OBE arts job in year. My lover she wept for seven years and stuff. And then I went for seven years. It was amazing learning joke of Bart. It's about rude. Completely changed my life. For example. One of my kids is now drawing just like funny part. And so proud fruit. A Senator called me and asked me if I could explain to him that joke of Bart Simpson rude, I told him about the way Bart ignores respect, and the Senator said everyone at the government has heard March joke, and now we're all going to stop fighting and get married now that I know of Joe rude. It's rude. I feel like a completely different person. I have more confidence. And I read much slower. I smile bigger. My fingers are longer. My dog is gone. And I am impotent. My father's ghost could have been here to watch laugh about Bart Simpson. And his big joke about route. Instead, my dad is to the so he just came over. And we talked about it for couple of hours. That was also pretty nice. I guess what? I would say to people who have never understood that joke. Bart simpson. I know what it's rude. They need to imagine someone who's being very rude and understand how funny that is. If you can do that, you're pretty close to understanding the joke of him Bart and how it works route. When you hear doing his joke of route try to laugh at it and enjoy it. This will help you understand that it's good. And that you love it short of three years late to my wedding because I was too busy trying to understand the joke of Bart Simpson rude, and I would do it again in a heartbeat. Doesn't have nearly enough use of that should. Cool video or is that? Very. So my God say like so the. My son is a. Just like funny Bart. Say funny bar all the time are funny blank. Whoever. And at what we're talking about trying to like get some like just convincing somebody something is funny and goodbye going and just know that it's good and it. And you it really good so good. That was incredible. Thank you so much my favorite cloak whole videos because it's. What? Why it's great who? They've probably been fired sad. All right. Jobs. I know. I wonder if they they already did layoffs at clinical. I think maybe it was just BuzzFeed proper. I don't know always confusing. Click hole and onion with BuzzFeed video Colin BuzzFeed aren't the same. Wow. That wasn't much better note to end on. Yeah..

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France investigates reports of babies born without arms in rural areas

Dr. Daliah

03:00 min | 1 year ago

France investigates reports of babies born without arms in rural areas

"In rural areas. Two dozen babies have been born without hands or arms in a handful of rural area since two thousand after several new cases reported this week. A separate investigation has also been opened into reports that calves and chickens have been born without limbs in the same three Evli agricultural areas. And I know some of you guys were thinking the Simpsons, right? We're Bart Simpson works. I don't know. But two dozen babies without hands or arms now keep in mind that's twenty four since the year two thousand so we're almost looking at a kid a year. But that's still too many for my taste public health agency. Sante public Francais said it had identified expert for it. Said it identified eleven additional cases of babies born with limb deficit between two thousand and two thousand fourteen in the rural department of eastern France near the Swiss border seven cases were already reported there two thousand nine hundred fourteen there have also been malformed births in two departments in western France for more behind Brittany area and late neighboring Lor Atlantique two thousand seventeen thousand eight so what are they thinking over there? Well, maybe it could be a toxin in the food the water or the air health minister Agnes boozing, Toby FM TV that I want to know I think all of France wants to know, it could be an environmental factor. Maybe it is due to what these women ate drank or breathed in. So they still haven't figured it out. So an initial inquiry in early October found the incidence of these limb deficits and the affected regions to be no greater than elsewhere in the country. But now the probe is why did. So they're going to have the health agency sanitation food environment agency, and they are going to have to thoroughly investigate the histories of these families. What they ate what they did. The problem is is what are these people? Remember for the last ten years? So they're hoping to have a full report by next June. Some conclusions are being given a due date by January thirty first, and it was an epidemiologist I revealed the birth defects. He told Reuters that the only thing mothers of the babies have in common is they lived in cereal growing areas amid fields of corn and sunflower. So it's not like they live near a nuclear dump site or anything like that. Now since two thousand fourteen there have been no new cases. But it's still really tragic and frustrating. They're even looking at poultry because some of the chickens were affected. Hospital registry. Show that Lim deficits occur in one point seven of every ten thousand births or one hundred fifty cases per year in France. Now could be because a chromosome disorders, drug

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"bart simpson" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

04:16 min | 1 year ago

"bart simpson" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"You are. Twenty. This is a good opportunity though for a school that isn't on people's radar to attract, you know, if they're looking for international students sports anymore. Who pay more generally do better in school? This is a chance for them to get on the radar maybe kids in China, maybe kids in South Korea places, where sports are very popular and places where people are being raised right now to expect that it can be a ticket to get a full education on to our next topic. Be Colin Kaepernick trademark story. What is this all about Colin Kaepernick to no surprise? He is trademarking sort of a black and white outline of his his head. It's obviously a a known commodity at this point. You can tell it's the fro. Yeah. The whole thing. And I'm reminded member the Simpsons where Guevara was walking. And he was wearing a Bart Simpson shirt. That's what goes through my head because I'm thinking of the t shirts that really have people like immediately recognizable. You have you had the Bart now you've got the cabinet. What's sad is that I knew. Evans like what? Listen this guy Nike with this. With this new ad campaign has put him in the stratosphere, and he is going to take advantage, and whether it's just on the commercial side with a lot of the money, by the way, being donated to charity. So he's going to take advantage of whatever he can. And whatever this platform that he has been given taken advantage of. Yeah. We've seen in the past couple of months, he started selling jerseys and tee shirts on his website. Proceeds from that Scott said go to his no your rights campaign. The youth self empowerment stuff that he's doing the trademark for this. The face image says it can be used on anything from candles to shampooed tha t shirts. I would imagine he's going to treat this the same way as he treats, those jerseys, and that a lot of the proceeds if not all the proceeds will be going to the work he's doing and youth communities, but it does show, you know, there's some kind of evolution going on right now. He may be coming to terms with the fact that he's unfortunately, never going to play in the NFL again. But we're seeing what the seeds for what may be the next step for Colin Kaepernick. Amazingly, whatever platform has got it could be bigger than the NFL. This is something where when you have something that's on a network for a long time. And then it changes over it takes my little feeble mind to get used to it. But I'm talking about is the PGA championship will go to CBS and ESPN, and it's leaving Turner. Well had been on CBS too for the weekend coverage, but the Thursday Friday had been with Turner for twenty nine years right leaving for the ESPN ESPN. Plus, they're building quite a platform over there. And and if you want people to fork over the five bucks a month, you've got to have the content. This gives CBS the I two because the PGA championship moving time of year next year. So now CBS will have the first two majors on their air and more money than last time. But around the specifics, but we do know it was for more money than last time. Solidifying that sports is still a driver. All right, Evan as always thank you for all your insight. He's got a lot of insight to now he's gonna come. He's the inside guy. Remember that guy who tweeted at us? We know the interrupted. He's the inside guy. We let Evan Evans role on this show is the insight. You can follow him on Twitter. That's happened on Twitter at nobody underscore Williams. Evans sticking around with Scott talk to our guest Matto tool president and CEO of Reebok, and you can follow me at Sasha. And you can find me on Twitter. Gotta look hard big bar sports here each and every week at this time and catch our podcast. Mondays Wednesdays and Thursdays. Where podcasts are available up next got in evidence speak with the president and CEO of Reebok metal tool about the state of the company, we've taken a company back to its roots. When Reebok came on the scene in the early eighties. It came on as a fitness band, particularly women's fitness brand. And there is so much opportunity for us and fitness and running we've spent the last four or five years really on this transformation of.

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"bart simpson" Discussed on Pet Life Radio

Pet Life Radio

11:55 min | 2 years ago

"bart simpson" Discussed on Pet Life Radio

"Pomegranate seeds, scrambled eggs. Okay. Dry cat food or dog food and rice oh gyms race. Sasco says wait a minute Bryce thought rice may birds explode new this isn't a legend that has no basis in fact, so did Marie search on this? And the the article states still nothing satisfies curious minds like empirical evidence so in two thousand and two university of Kentucky biology, professor biol- biology, professor James Kroupa, but the matter to test with his students conducting experiments that he eventually published in the April two thousand five edition of the journal American biology teacher under the title a classroom exercise for testing urban myth does wedding rice caused bursts explode all Ann Landers, Martha Stewart and Bart Simpson wrong. You need to find the Bart Simpson reference. Jeremy? Need to five exploded when wedding rice Bart Simpson. So on if Allah jests have been consulted over the decades about this myth, and they all say, they have never witnessed a bird exploding due to rice. I'm going to say this this week Shelley, and I ate somewhere. I did say is that all of the budget rice? Bellies exploding. I won't be saying anymore. And this is what they found. It really interesting actually, the bubble experiment actually found that rice expanded an additional thirty three percent as opposed opposed to birdseed which expanded forty percents, and they still did not witness any birds exploding at all so with no feathers flying around or anything like that. Orenthal j by the way is a branch of zoology that concerns the study of birds and several aspects of our own authority differ from related disciplines due partly to the high visibility and the aesthetic appeal of birds most marked amongst these is extensive studies undertaken by amateurs working within the parameters of strict scientific methology methodology. There you go. I think to be honest with you, and I know lots of wedding planners, logic churches will say, please no rice, I'm going to say, it's probably more from a you're not going to sue me because she slipped on the rise. And to we don't want the clean up. It's a it's a nightmare because I've also been reading that ducks will eat rice from ricefields. This ask ask a few farmers about that. And of course, they're eating dehydrated rice in the first place. So there you go and I'll put that link up as well. But I do have a feeling I probably will still use that phrase like oh girl of up like a pigeon derives. In fact, he should just say I'm blowing up like myself. You've just a bunch of rice juices here on snowpacks on fact, checking that they can't digest it. Slopes. What's notes? I don't know. Let's not. Let's not do snows. Let's not. It's not when it comes to find facts, it, a no you're supposed to find what Bart Simpson said about wedding rice and birds can't find that. Oh, okay. So there you go. There's there's the research on that. And as a lot certain hopes fake news. It's. I mean, I don't know. So I mean, I just not a reliable source when it comes to scientific edit evidence. I'll tell you that much. Ricki? And that's another thing about Wikipedia people need to know about Wikipedia. Someone can put up a page for themselves on Wikipedia, and you can go on and change the information on their Wikipedia page. Did you now that yes that can happen? So these ornithologists lots and lots of them have been consulted a read a lot about this. And they said just never witnessed it. I mean, one of them said. I guess it could happen. I don't know because of not really seen it. But I'm gonna say it's not likely. So there you go. And if you're in doubt, then just don't give the rice don't give the rice. She got a whole list of fantastic foods there that you can feed them. Just omit the carbs the bread, and they'll be in good shape or better yet, leave them to forage for their own food. So they can survive. There you go. That's my bit underdogs. Did you even know it was going to be ducks were coming up today? Blindsided by ducks and since I was talking about palace, and weddings, and ducks when I lived in Korea you buy wooden ducks and the cold wedding ducks and they're good luck nearby. Pair of them. Did you know that I wonder why mine are? Oh, I might have them much in the garage. The wedding ducks would end that carved. It's a Korean tradition that you give couples wedding ducks is good good. Luck of never seen them ever. In. All the years lovely really lovely get them in all sizes. No, you go see how tied in the ducks or the wedding. With my my my living in Korea. Yes. Oh, my interest stories, we'll believe it or not my friends. I do believe we come to the end of this show. I think I covered everything. Oh, you know. What? No. There is one more thing. I want to cover. I got a few more minutes. I can't even remember if I even covered it a few weeks ago because it just been will interrupt here. I think I may have done, but I think information worth sharing all over again. Many parents get sick from cancer treatments motion sickness traveling and some food make him sick as well. So what do you do to actually help them settle their stomachs? And it is important that you know, if you if you see this if you see a pattern, particularly not want to touch their food address immediately. They do it twice. You know, something's not right here. And you do want to address always go to your vet never never waste the time. You know? Know that precious time by not going and and go, well, I'll see what happens because a lot can happen that then can't control. But here's a couple of things that you can do. For a natural remedies and probably something you've got at home. Anyway, so natural nausea remedy when it comes to herbs is using ginger. Peppermint mile, you're going to use fresh ground. It'll be quarterback teaspoon per ten pounds of dog. And you make a cool T our veteran, you would give quarterback cut per ten pounds. And. There's also an a an oral oil that you can you can buy as well, and basically one drop per twenty five pounds, and you can also diffuse it with some lemon. So that's a natural one ginger. I've definitely chewed on a piece of ginger wanna felt sick. So that's a really good one. There's one for spices. And that's cumin cinnamon fennel, and you would do a sixteenth of a teaspoons tiny tiny pinch per twenty pounds of. Body weight, and you would. Food and mix in. Well. So that's the spices Wando that will help with nausea is another one in. This is called peppermint list. Anorexia annihilates. This is Dr bekker's, by the way. And you can do this syringe or you can serve as food. You can take a gallon of bone broth two tablespoons of fennel powder. Two tablespoons of cumin powder and one tablespoon ginger powder, and you mix that up, and you could actually make into ice cubes, and then you would serve by syringe or as a food and probably the similar to the one probably a quarter of a Cup. And again, it will settle down those terrible feelings of nausea. Now. Of course, there are some additional treatments that you can do. And one of them is acupuncture helps be six is another one and you would give one milligram per pound or body, weight and CBD. Oh, it's like the golden child of everything is CB DEA CBD oil, and that's one milligram per ten pounds of weight to start off with and you would give that to four times daily that would really really aid in taking down the horrible feeling of nausea. It's terrible. You feel horrible. Oh, it's no good. And that you more than likely have most of this stuff at home in your fridge. And that I thought they were really really great. Remedies. Am having nausea doesn't mean that you pay is throwing a pie they feel sick. And those remedies will quiet what they call the mission Santa reduces that that nausea trigger it reduces GI upset and. You know, you can make these into tease mix into food. You can us the oils, and we talked about earlier so make sure you head on over to animal, folks. That's what you need to be looking at. And as I say, this is something that's in your home in probably would work for you as well. But yeah, ginger, it's a great. It's a great route to us. Well, I think one of your favorite routes. I love ginger. Oh my gosh. Do I love ginger? I used to have this is to pick it up from Chinatown this matcher green tea with ginger, and it was. But I love like ginger, apple and carrot together. Juice, delicious, just delicious. Well on that delicious note. We've made it to the end of this show. I to do a quick thank you. Shoutout to the lovely people over at humanitarian. And I was interviewed by Dr. Bessinger of humanitarian and humanitarian they are a probiotic company for pets and people I met them a few weeks ago in Kansas City, and that's going to be a topic that we're going to talk about is the importance of pre and probiotics in your pets. Nutrition makeup. And again, what's a good one? What's one that's made? Well, what's one that's affected? What's one that's going to absorb into the actual intestine itself, and and give those benefits, and that'll be a really interesting topic too. So we wait through all the mud defined. You the correct information with the right recommendations are the very very end of it. So that you can with confidence apply these things to your pets nutrition. So big thank you again to Dr Basinger of humanitarian, and you can find them on social media. I think he's I won't say in health if I'm not wrong. If you search your Marian, you'll find a big picture onto Christina who set the whole thing up. Okay. Remember, you can help an animal in need at a rescue. Adopt donate. Volunteer. Rocha their information rescue. Your next family member replace the word shop with adopt and be kind to all animals. Thank you Jim for running the show for me again. Thought it was a good show..

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"bart simpson" Discussed on WJR 760

WJR 760

01:44 min | 2 years ago

"bart simpson" Discussed on WJR 760

"Married with children and the simpsons they wanted him off the air they didn't want bart simpson talking back to homer cake we all know why it was it wasn't think about that and how it his and it's been on the air now for what fifty years i mean it's tame but my question so we talk about the the friends or any old tv shows i watched another episode of king of queens it was on i don't know what who's rerunning it but i watched it i thought you can't write that script today you couldn't put that in the script today now the old movie festivals right if humphrey bogart grabs her and forcibly kisses her because that's what it looks like back then that was romantic not today we my wife and i were watching we were actually watching the hallmark channel and it was okay it was an ex boyfriend had come in during this christmas dinner thing and he grabs his ex girlfriend who's now kind of on her way to you know being with the new boyfriend who's in the room while the ex boyfriend grabs her and pulls her close i told my wife i said no no no no that's forcibly kissing that's wrong you couldn't do that today because this was one of the older movies okay and which could be just five years old.

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"bart simpson" Discussed on WPRO 630AM

WPRO 630AM

01:44 min | 2 years ago

"bart simpson" Discussed on WPRO 630AM

"Married with children and the simpsons they wanted him off the air they didn't want bart simpson talking back to homer jake we all know why it was it wasn't think about that and how shame it his and it's been on the air now for what fifty years i mean it's tame but my question so we talk about the the you know friends or any old tv shows i watched another episode of king of queens it was on i don't know what who's rerunning it but i watched it i thought you can't write that script today you couldn't put that in the script today now the old movie festivals right if humphrey bogart grabs her and forcibly kisses her 'cause that's what it looks like back then that was romantic not today we my wife and i were watching we were actually watching the hallmark channel and it was and which could be just five years old.

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"bart simpson" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

MyTalk 107.1

02:08 min | 2 years ago

"bart simpson" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

"Twenty thirty six her like bart simpson or something yeah but let's get back to the array initials questions will oprah run for president i mean literally that has been the topic of conversation across social media today and it's not even just rumor there have been on important people who are close to oprah who have been quoted as saying most notably stadmann herb partner of however many years i that she hasn't ruled it out yet this might be something she really is considering and you know i think part of it was that thick tackler speech he gave i know the conversation with sort of a live before that but that spectacular speech he gave yesterday and it was nothing short of impeccably amazing but just because somebody gives a great speech are they is that what is our for president yasser no no wa khor absolutely no no what about you i would say no but there's a big bullets tell me about show me the bud show me the but okay well i'm gonna show you my big boat rate what what the no i think you're right i mean i think every but i i shouldn't say everybody because they're a lotta people on social media like oprah run for president and a you know i think what their reacting to for the most part is the emotion her amazing speech the fact that she represents sort of this just like better than greater van more uh evolved sort of uh just this this higher being than the rest of us she has occupied that space in our culture so it it it then makes sense at a bunch of people would be like she's you know run oprah right but then when you start to pull it apart new start to look at it what it would really mean and what he really wanted a president and that's when you know i think you could spend probably a couple of hours talking about why that is not a good idea at the face of it i would just say no however i would say like why not like there were people who laughed vociferiously at the notion of you know an old hollywood actor who was the governor of.

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"bart simpson" Discussed on WCPT 820

WCPT 820

02:15 min | 3 years ago

"bart simpson" Discussed on WCPT 820

"The world as it comes up whereas our subscribers want to deal with it to juice we've been very lucky and getting a lot of wonderful guess who can tell us about the wars the most people never learn about never studying because frankly for a lot of people who go into soda wars it consists of but the us civil war and world war two it's you know something like a belisce bart simpson gibson and early episode of the good wars which are by star wars the american revolution world war two but we want to deal with other wars what are last episode we not only dealt with the bulk your quoque which is a great duboc ally lived in iraqi kurdistan and i feel very close to those big but also with one of the most historically important wars in my part of the world and one but no one really knows about the wars between the byzantine on the empires just before the rise of islam to great empires the basically blood each other white and left a gigantic power vacuum uh nobody the this is the early seventh century ideas it's easily goal no one knows about those wars and radio warriner how's the the mission of talking about wars and then one studies the the african wars the extraordinarily bloody legacy of the empires most of all british empire which was a bit we try to do all those things that aren't normally deng by the people claimed be interested in the british empire that among other things invented the concentration camp in south africa the twenty centuries ago yeah there i amazes me that people are more interested in this subject that it's so shape human history in continues to shape so glad you guys are on it and glad you did this early ad which has proven very enlightening for me and john dolan a can the warner thanks for coming on the program thank you very much for.

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