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"bayless" Discussed on Latinos Who Lunch
"It's we gotta do a whole episode on it because I have a lot of things to say because I was just indicated last year and this season of survivor. It's delusion that they're like in the middle of nowhere like, okay. The gallison, a fucking national forest. There's a lot of jungle around it but also when I was watching it I was like I know that behind those trees over there is a snack shack and a restaurant and you get there pretending that you're in the middle of nowhere. Like The lake that they would go have fun and I was like I know that down the street like there's a road behind those trees you know like it's so fake. So fake but were gagged me like the North Acropolis which is gathering of Pyramids and. They used it as a set for their tribal council like when they vote people off. And they just they just filled. They just used it as set like put all these torches lit that shit on fire like didn't give a fuck and so I know that they had to close the the national park down for them to shoot that in like the the month that they were there like, Damn. That's crazy. But see like speaking of I think it's enough authenticity like those shots read as authentic even though you're talking about a precious religious center that. Part of such an vast in- incredibly important empire for the development of fucking human civilization, and he comes down to that to the unauthenticated cite for fuck in reality TV show yet. Election now you know I wish I would have been on that season 'cause I would've won these hosts were like Oh my God the monkeys are so loud. I was like, Yeah Bitch. I been there and your shelters actually nicer than when I went to my uncle's farm and had to sleep enough economic on the middle of fucking forest. Pursue. My meal. Anyway. Anyway. Anyway, it's. It's yes. It's this this notion of authenticity that were just with and then also like these, like you know there's a lot of conversations about these culture vultures and like I think because Rick Bayless is so defensive like he's an so white like he's he's a big target for a lot of people and it's also like his power as like assist man you know like right I think a lot of women are kind of given a pass a lot of times when it comes to this because when it comes to food, you know they're like a Like Rick, bayless, it's all messed up like in the food industry or like in the in the in the you know the fine dining world like women are are often looked cooks and like you know hi I'm Rachel Ray or whatever. But then. Ho a bit then like. Whatever then whoever even if speaking of Cultural Walter like Bobby Flay like chef like there's this distinction between Cook and chef and I don't know there's a lot of layers to this I. Don't know what I'm babbling about now but but it was interesting the points that that that you guys brought up during that conversation. I really gave me a lot to think about. Yeah, me too. I was. I. Did not expect that. was like a a a lesson learned because I was expecting this other Mexa to calm and just shit on them but you know it's important. It's important to have this conversations to before just pointed the finger because it's so easy for our generation and the future generations on this political. Correct. You know era to just point the finger and walk away. You know because we're so much better than everybody else apparently, but the reality is always so much more complicated..
"bayless" Discussed on Latinos Who Lunch
"Mexicans. But there is such a feeling in part because the Kennedy didn't do by herself, she'll constructed. Correct. Now. We have people that can kobe relevant cousin. WHO's a chip on scholar of Mexican food? You know we have. A people in academia working on on Mexican food studies and we have that impart. That work can be on because you can go to the his work and you can find an archive that will have been preserved otherwise. So I think that's how you should just. Squad do you give back to the you are working with the you're working with yes. How what? What is your contrition I don't even seem that the Kennedy or Rick Bayless at origin all cooks like there's nothing that there's not a dish, the invented and they don't even make such a claim right what they are these someone that is a very good preservationists and someone who somebody translator and that's important work that we have we have to request for. So with that gestured. We. Feel. Sad because I feel like I can talk for ever. There's so many under so many. Boxes that we open bud I wanted to. I wanted to end the conversation with maybe you have. Some recommendations for our listeners the wants it might be interested in further complicating the this types of figures because not only in food we see it everywhere. We see you did not history with there was recent conversation in art history through a journal of of the University of California of what they said to be. Brown art historian actually making Brown art history as opposed to just white art historians doing Latin American history, and he was a really interesting conversation. This are things that that Ron everywhere are is there anything in terms of that authenticity ideas of complicating and not just? that that that you could recommend to our listeners so I will do recommendations. Okay. It one, the sister go with the topic of food because I already mentioned the people who were with Nafta Food and everything but I think that we had to understand not up to of Mexican food that are note the traditional ones. So I will recommend the work of my friend Stefan ignored a Yoda was the at the university in Yucatan. His book is called Footsteps Fulfilled Son Identity Yucatan, and they can take him for really complicates lot understanding of Mexican and adopt one of the best books about particular party that was in. English. Okay and then the other thing that I would advise and always have by this. Real rid Mexican. unconsumed. Mexican culture that is not about Mexicans. I allow Mexican. Widely and in that sense little cya Mexican writer that is now available in English what is also fundable in Spanish his name is toll to what Lamont he was embassador of Mexican conscious of Eastern Europe for many years or a cultural the. And, he has a book called the journey or will be in in in Spanish which his travels through Europe Thurston Europe when he was young. And it is really interesting because you will rarely see the perspective especially in English Translation Mexicans that shoulder you of other parts of the world..
"bayless" Discussed on Latinos Who Lunch
"They also. Contribute to the Mexican economy to the to the Economic Community this so. What is the pushback? Then if we have some of all of this positive ideas, and in thinks that both chefs and several chefs are doing What is what is the pushback night Yeah you can tell me then I can I can add to the conversation. So so the pushback for me comes from two different places. On the first one is the presentation, right? Rick bayless visible face full. With. A full away as the Kennedy. And I don't think people necessarily see them the Lang infrastructure what they see on a white shirt from Oklahoma making morning are of Mexican food right and then they come and then they come. In Mexican, making the money. But then it is through if you if you to start tracking the practices of different restaurants and chips are you will find Mexican. The do very questionable stuff because ethics is not a matter of Benguet or Mexican to somebody you're make practices. I think that for me the litmus test and you come you you have to apply. To everyone is not whether you have the right to cook Mexican food or not it is more about. Is the economy that you're constructing something that helps or hurts communities. That's really the question by is not always going to be clean and maybe that Rick bayless like takes over space from Mexican with the restorer through SICARIO was yield. So favors some communities is liking what hacker that older Mexican chips in the United States. So you have to really analyze exactly what is the the whole chain of supply for instance of the restaurants understand it social effect in terms of representation that interesting because the answer to rebel listen Diana Kennedy and you mentioned your article was spotty whilst much. Taking was the second chef that you mentioned issued a. Few mice elitist. Now, we see the camera coming to the US has somebody successful business in Mexican. See saw. Opening California. Eight Lico Beta. Rich appropriate. Your who's which is the highest ranking restaurant in the Americas and a or in North American. He is based in Mexico City. He Got New York outpost. His now opening I'm outpost in Los Angeles I seem that you understand that whenever there's a white shift, the is privileged to diversify the image that community has outside of the community..
"bayless" Discussed on Latinos Who Lunch
"Form that you know you can get it in. Your garden rather than supporting it. And I believe that over time he's contrition for which is no victim. He has made plenty money out of. His Co. contribution is that she without he has really been significant in diversifying the concept of Mexican food outside of the Mexican community. which icing in therapists enable a next generation of cheifs open. Cayenne restaurants of Mexican and actually have people that because they win with Rick Bayless, I didn't Bingo and try. Those restaurants I think that if you look at the history of full. From many. Is Always Hybrid and is the History of creative appropriation yet, I don't think that the that the land was of community discussed speak about them fill. So only or mostly really good framework understand all the complexities of the foot practices. Correct. It's very interesting because I noticed that I did my Undergrad and I live for many years in las in Las Vegas. And we saw that shift we saw the shift I WANNA say. Fifteen ten years ago where we went from Taco Bell. Too cheap bought led to all of the sudden quote unquote fine dining you know and the Strip for instance, which became. A Mecca for. The Triple Vegas became a culinary metaphor celebrity chefs. They were not embracing Mexican food because still that perception fifteen years ago or so was that it was as you said, it was cheap there was a shift there was a shift in that and I think he has it's partly has a lot to do with the fact that. In the celebrity chef world kingdom Mexican food started to become a little bit more prominent outside of that goes in US and. Any you right. It was. It was as much as I dislike. It was Rick Bayless that that that started that. What you we we have to understand in this debate. Whenever we go to the notion of out in Mexican food which rick?.
"bayless" Discussed on Latinos Who Lunch
"This village woman who arrived in Mexico back in the nineteen sixties because can host on what's the diplomat in in doing that she started learning comfortable Mexican food become already weakened. I. She's in there. and. What she has been doing for many many years if electing recipes across Mexico, right from all regions she and she collected she has the biggest collection of Mexican. In that it anyone hasn't. She used donated those to the University of Texas in San. Antonio? for open access I'm you know once you to sale in Mexico a lot of people were not paying attention to some of the things that she attention to. The coming the collection of Kubrick's because. Many people were actually collecting them. They were getting lost and socially somebody be guidebook bio-diversity. So she has been very important in the precision of native. Species she has worked with the Mexican government owned by the mental issues. They that I think is the wealth from the her approach is that she she read his books and she always credits the recipe to the person that actually she got the recipe from and there's usually Siniora's from. All over Mexico is mostly people from skulls right she used to causes as people to cook for them, get recipe from them, collect them. I the the. Them use question and people have different feelings about this. You can say that she gets profit professionally from this collecting. Of Stories and They come with the usual goes back to the people who develop this stinks. It's it's certainly question mark on the other hand. It is also through the Lord of knowledge that we have about working class Mexican cooking and domestic Mexican cooking because the had not elected, we would not have it. And I believe that the loss of that knowledgeable tapestry because a lot of the things that you see especially in his critical was from the nineteen seventies because we in disappearing over time because of the industrialization of Mexican food after Nafta. Bayless is a it's a more complicated case would say he History Muscle linguistic anthropologist I did not know that and without with the training an. Do some Mexican Cuban show out of the blue on Mexican cooking back in the seventies in previous. But really what he became actually Rick Bayless, he used to go to Mexican. You'll see skills linguistic anthropologists to interview people, and they indicate used to the morning houses both Rick Bayless demoralized Michael's on phoned us some more public places. It's almost like tendering the practices of food under apology. Absolutely because if you see itself for the so fashioning they Anna Kennedy Percents inaudible at your and regardless is a chest, right? Yes. A very interesting because we have Diana. Kennedy's like the domestic female figure in and in Greg Bailey's in the. You Know Rick Bayless. People come more a feelings about him ECHINACEA Anakin Solo detective recognized the contributions regular mail more money out of Mexican food that is questionable..
Dak Prescott reveals he got help for depression: "It saves lives"
"Scott Van Pelt. One big thing was about Dak Prescott and Prescott spoke out about depression skip bayless criticized him for it and Scott. Van Pelt. made it as one big thing last night. We track that down for you. Here's Scott last night on sports center. We've never had more access to athletes than we do right now, social media has allowed them to control message and their brand like never before, but it's more than that. The modern athlete is more willing than his or her predecessors to share themselves in ways that reveal humanity their vulnerability. It's easy to lose sight of the fact that these stars are just like we are because we won't ever be in. Line for thirty, some odd million dollar a year contract. We won't ever be the quarterback for the Dallas Cowboys, but we all carry around things with us pain burdens years, and they get heavy is the real. Even if you're the quarterback of the Dallas Cowboys, Dak Prescott shared with Graham Bensinger that following his brother's death by suicide, he struggled with the pressure that the isolation of quarantine impacted him significantly as well. Prescott shared this. When you have those that you've never had I think that's more more than anything the chance to realize and recognize it on to be vulnerable about it. And that's what's so different about the modern athlete, not instagram or brand management. It's the understanding that there will be understanding that you don't have to pretend to be tough when you aren't that you can ask for help and know that it's going to be met with compassion for the most part. And also to know that those who can't muster any? Aren't worth your time. We're concern. Yeah, I'm there's. Fell the last sentence was my favorite part in George Dino in L Z granderson joining us now for cross. The lesson was my favorite part. The encouraging part about this whole skip bayless Dak Prescott thing guys is the reaction to it from everybody else that Dak Prescott was universally welcomed after somebody tried to criticize him for being vulnerable and that's when that's when you know you've turned a corner when the when the reaction is. So overwhelmingly one sided. George. What'd you think about all that stuff? Look I've worked with skip before on first take many years ago and I think skip is a nice man. I think what the problem is that people don't realize is that he has a very one track mind. If you notice, there was a huge mistake. He made a mistake not that long ago. I remember when Paul Paul Ryan, kind of delved into sports in one of these political debates can. There was a clip that went viral about him. Not even knowing who was right like that's just who is and I'm not look I'm not condoning what he said at all I think what he said was reprehensible like I someone particularly who has suffered from depression who has had real struggles dealing with loss at times as many of us has Scott pointed out right I think he's a very nice person off the air I just think he's not very worldly or standing of anything that's not in his particular sphere or circle, and most of it is sports
"bayless" Discussed on Newsradio 830 WCCO
"I can't keep track of all of his idiotic opinions. But today he crossed the line. And today. It may be the dumbest thing I've ever heard. Someone make an issue out of where there shouldn't be a knish you about and that's a problem in our business. In our business. Now we try to just scream. We try to just and trust me. I do my fair share of screaming. But we try to debate everything, and there's a lot of talk shows. That they get away from the sport side of things. They get into a certain situation where they think they're an expert and everything. And for Skip Bail is here. I'm not saying stick to sports that that's how I'm going. If I don't want my words were misconstrued here but for Skip Bail is here. You're going to debate that Prescott. Should've gone public with this story. Who the heck are you two to say, if if, if Dak Prescott To go public with this story. Who are you to tell him how he should grieve? It's despicable. And part of his reason more acid on things that I've heard. He was saying, Ah! Then he was even in length. He knew what he was saying was stupid. And he knew what he was saying was that to get this reaction could even start off saying And I know some people going to condemn me for this, blah, blah, blah. Just shut your mouth right there. I'm all right, having a contrary, an opinion, but in this case, what is the take tohave here? Does. His tank was a bunch of garbage. Where he basically said. I'm paraphrasing, but this was the gist of it. That that Prescott sharing that he went through some depression. And Sharing about his brother's death. Is that it's going to be a weakness. And people may look at him differently in the locker room, especially when you're late in games and there was even one point Where I couldn't even believe this. He was. Skip Bayless was saying that maybe other members on opposing teams go up to him after they sacked him and say over you depressed. What's wrong with you? Seriously. Skip Bayles. What is wrong with you? You know what? I put out these tweets because I was so fired up about it. I put up these tweets. I'll read them to you. This is just the way that I feel, and I probably articulated it The best on Twitter when it was the first time I saw it, and the emotion was so raw like now, really, I just want to sit there and just really wanna punch get Bayliss in the face. After what he said today. I know that may be harsh. But what he said today was was so insensitive. And he basically makes it seem as if if you have depression, or if you have mental health issues that it's a weakness. Like What So someone needs help. They shouldn't go get help. Or maybe Dak Prescott, speaking out about this is the way that he's trying to heal. So now we're gonna view Miss Week. That's a stigma that I hate. I can't stand about mental health and depression. So this is what I tweeted out when I was reading this stuff. Skip knew what he was saying was wrong and still set it back is a football player. But Khun suffered tragedies just like any other human who the bleep is Skip to tell Dad how he should handle it. I respect act for going public with the story. I hope him going public could help others. I then went on to say there is no way Skip can actually think that going public with this can hurt Dallas. What a dumb thought process. Teammates of question his ability to lead over this opponents will mock him for being depressed. What the bleep are you saying? Just saying things you don't believe for cash. That's what I really believe that Skip Bayless, his career No, that's some opinions that he has that air. Good. There's some opinions that You know, he questioned thing and takes the other side..
"bayless" Discussed on Draft Night
"So skip bayless. I don't know this guy. There's some part. Sometimes I agree with skip bayless right. Sometimes I get but some other for the most part you know he just brings stuff out of his out of his anus. Okay I want to say that other word. He springs stuff out of his anus. And then you this he brings it out and then he talked about it and we're just like it's like. I really got his comedy concert. Where in the world that this come from well? We talked about that and it had nothing to do with. The topic had nothing to do with the topic. Ridiculous for example. He's talking he's talking about trae young. Look Dodgers I. I think the topic is Mike. Let me tell you what the topic is. Topic is trae young because fastest player in the NBA. To make three hundred fifty career three pointers. The question is are we winning one of the best? Three point shooters of all time. I still question. Look listen what Scale has say effect offering for goodness to put Michael. His last thing because Michael was so much better when he did. It's all kinds of better faster. Trae young new the second year this trae young second year in the NBA. He's already made three hundred fifty three pointers three hundred fifty three points. This is the second year. There's only eighty two games the NBA Louisville. I thought his staying with Luca was a personal thing with Lebron because we has Lebron esque type play and I just thought it was like a vendetta against the Bronx. This trae young thing. I have no idea why he doesn't like this is just witness. Just wait knows. I'm ready pissed off. I'm already paid.
"bayless" Discussed on Pardon My Take
"She makes sure their afternoons or setup so skipped not miss anything in sports. Sports is in sports parts in his veins Ernestine said if you cut him little footballs basketballs will come out. That's pretty sweet skip. The sports guy skipped doesn't miss a game skips skipped a children's. I feel like it skipped broke. Denise skip of He loves sports. I think because paragraph and this is the most endearing version version skip I liked it. They sleep in different bedrooms during the week during the week meaning on weekends. It's fucking is your long distance girlfriend in college visits. We're talking like some walls are getting blown up about that for a second. It's a weekend skip. Bills is fucking Ernest. Yeah is it is it is it Friday the past five o'clock on the West Coast because right now skip is ball's in her all in one of Ernest various orifices falls or crevices a AH good for them. They have a relationship that seems unconventional Yup but it works for them just probably a lot of times when they're trying to faulk. Maybe if this is like around eight or nine on the weekend she's like what's the matter skip you can't get it up and he's just that Damn Mason crosby Gulf crossbar attorney gone in it started out going to the left and then turned to the right all right so when they started dating her mother Evelyn told are these people just all named seemed like from the nineteenth century. Ernestine Evelyn told her she had to make a decision about these games. Is he worth it. She said she decided yes. Fourteen years later she he wrote the book to try to help others deal with significant others who are addicted to sports or skip puts it a bit nuts about games. I lose it said skip. I'm a psycho GEICO. I vent I say words. That can't repeat that I'm ashamed I say Gosh Darn. Gosh Darn it good yeah. This Lebron guys not that bad but it's jinx's where skip is completely psycho in his words. Everything has to be just right because he evidently has cosmic powers. I believe in God but I also I believe in Jinx's said Bilas answer a question that did not include God in it I inner marshawn Zo good at this little pig it turns out last year during the AFC championship game when Tom Brady was intercepted in the end zone by the chiefs Reggie Ragland it was caused by Ernestine ruining skip zen did that because she stuck her head into ask me about something that was completely irrelevant skipped set of Ernestine asking about a letter he had received this is crazy that all like think about this Hank Brady's goats status is literally all because of pails yeah the guy behind the guy is because whenever Tom Brady is playing well it means that Ernestine is far away from the scene staying in her bedroom where she belongs doors and between myself and Ernestine Tom Brady's Brady's planner fuse can be shorter than mine and we had a battle all night long we kissed and made up. I'm going to add this and went to their separate bedrooms. we kissed and made up at the end of the night. I said I'm sorry sorry but it is just the jinx rule that you have to honor this. This is truly psychotic. Do you think skip in the middle of the night feels. A little randy sometimes makes walk tiptoes down the hallway and knocks on Ernest door before treadmill workout yeah they usually honor Friday nights is date night unless there's a particularly big a game. It's all about compromise Ernestine said I don't think it yes I mean it sounds like a lot of compromising coming from youth. People both agreed to compromise with skip. We both agreed to yes sleeping in different bedrooms she's learned to make it work. Which is the point of her book? She has the greatest thing she's he's. The greatest thing that's ever happened to me. Skip said I get emotional about it because she's so real so true so loyal. I don't know anyone who could put up with me. She has from day one. We're not we're not just good together. They were great together. Damn that's love. That's so sweet love. I love all this is like a story about earnest's book and she's quoted like three times and it's just also says quote so they know it sells they know the sizzle skip would do the interview for Ernest they compromised and said skip would would give all the quotes for this one I think in theory I'm thrown out there skip the second family Stephen a Smith during the week yeah that's why he makes her. Stay away from him. Instantly put a separate. I also liked that. We have a whole story a whole a whole book that was written to explain why skip bill is is a psychopath like we didn't need the book we knew while looked at his twitter although in skip bayless realises mind this does this book serves to humanize them a little bit this sure it's like anyone it does. Give me hope if skip bayless can find love anyone can find true. That's true of a man Dan who if you cut him ball falls pop out just balls everywhere. It's like it's like opening up a bag at a gym class. In third grade balls everywhere God bless him. Yeah Okay Watches skip sex tape though oh for sure it's beyond both are in very good shape. Yeah watching those like that's like one the first thing you would want for watching a sexy they should they should absolutely do one where he's on the couch watching a game and she pokes her head in. He's not right now. Tom Brady is playing. My cowboys are trailing in the fourth quarter and she liked does little strip tease. The sex tape doesn't actually involve any sex at all. It's just her trying in to initiate sex getting naked skip hails ignoring her and then her going back into a room with an eight by ten of Stephen All right. That's our show. We'll see everyone Wednesday huge huge guests bigger than gronk very big. Yeah love you guys in two Ah uh-huh the you all things things in common with any laws really Pardon my take.
An Interview with Space Historian, Rod Pyle
"Here with our next guest rod pile space historian he's worked with NASA Jet Propulsion Laboratory and the Johnson Space Center and as written a lot as well he was written for PBS and well you also can involve with Deep Space Nine and Battlestar Galactica say if engine interesting stuff thanks for being with us thanks for having me and it's you know some people would call me a diverse career background person other people would call me a dilettante but yeah I'll check whatever well you can choose how you decide so let's start with what you did and have done for NASA so I had it kind of worked around the edges of that off and on back in that the ninety is mostly doing television production so occasionally we'd cross over into what NASA was doing but I was the car the employee of theirs but then about two thousand nine I got hired to write this really interesting program they wanted an executive training program the partnership between NASA and this group called the copper toward other York so I got together with the guy from IBM and we wrote up this training program and did that for a couple years I was great fun because if you're gonna talk you gonna give people lectures about how great space age was having a standard five behind with the profits but it's cool the gastric salute that was really fun and then finally the on time about two thousand twelve I guess two thousand thirteen I started working for Jeff horse migratory Pasadena on as needed basis writing books and articles for them and that that was really cool because now you're sitting there talking with the guys they call this stuff happens so this guy worked on many relator arm the rover and this guy over here worked on some kind of inflatable antenna system for CubeSats they're just brilliant really dedicated people that are so passionate excited about what they do and of course that that translates into you if you're listening to open hopefully the writing he's on a little bit about Mars making contact and also the blueprint for a battle star Margaret your contact was a cooperative they're both coffee table books in the sense Mars make contact was I'd written two books before the kind of looked over the Mars missions from mostly the American perspective somewhat from the Russian perspectives albeit perspective but they didn't have the kind of like we did so there's much more of an American story there and then as we got about twenty fifteen twenty sixteen won the publishers I work with said you know we really like to look at everybody's projects so that means the United States and Europe and Japan's made the Tampa and and India actually succeeded with their very first try a couple years ago and they want to do a picture book of it so I thought well this is great and actually got paid to do so I got to go hang out the archive your post laboratory and a few other places in big draw the old photos and interview the folks that worked on so forth so it's just really fun kind of a broad look at that basically everything that's happened since about nineteen sixty four four I think all the NSS what's that actual spaces ID at the group the oldest prose base human spaceflight group out there it was actually founded as a wage to organizations that merge one of them was founded by Werner von Braun the father the Saturn five back in nineteen seventy is and then the other group sub group was formed by a guy got to the office of the guiding Jerry o'neill was big the space colonies use a visionary at Princeton so those two groups merged a few years later and form the society so it's just a huge pros based advocacy group they have some political action they do I edit a magazine called ad astra which is a nice splashy quarterly periodical and then we got your the conventions and education programs in stem programs and so forth that you just really good good group of people I listened to I don't know who's a podcast of some broadcast of some kind that you were involved in and it was I learned a lot from it and you talked about whether it would make more sense next to go to the moon again or to try to go to Mars can you talk about the the risk reward present kinds of each of those so this is the longest you want to start a food fight one of the space advocacy groups just an argument going up moreover Mars or vice versa and it's been going on for a long time we've been talking about going to the moon sense Jules Verne wrote about it the eighteen hundreds with talk about going to Mars at least since the nineteen forties one or one about brown started writing seriously about it really before that with the various other visionaries and the question always been you know which ones cheaper wall so we did the moon in the nineteen sixties with their power projects so we know that that's doable and I would say it's behind us but we kind of picked the low hanging fruit there so the question now is what limited budgets and limited frankly attention span with both the public and Congress which one do you pick well Mars program is a very ambitious goal would be very inspiring for people but it could be anywhere from hundreds of billions to by some estimates as much as a trillion dollars and it's a long trip you know by the time you go out do you think there and come back it could be a year and a half two years and we just don't yet quite know enough about the effects of extended space flight on people both in terms of no gravity and also the radiation out there I'm kind of understand it but we need to know more about how to mediate it now to keep her from damaging people so the moon just makes an awful lot of sense in terms of something that's cheaper ball there's a lot of science rewards there there's a lot of training and work we could do towards getting to Mars and probably most importantly as it turns out recently discovered that in the last decade there's a lot of frozen water water on the south for the modem the ice and where you got water you can melt that make rockets you'll need make readable aired you can make drinking water you can go all kinds of stuff there's also metal and glass and some other elements on the moon that are very useful so for every bit of that you find there and can use their or used to go beyond to Mars let's say that's a whole bunch of stuff you don't have to watch in the space so you can use smaller rockets you save money at all just gets much much much easier so for my money the moon the next logical step and plus the the reward of going to Mars is more strictly scientific not so much commercial writing like did there's a possibility at least in a distant fantasy to manufacture on the moon maybe it will be cheaper somehow and you just kick the stuff back to earth and you can have a an earth the type of crowded and dying because of so much industry on a you can have all the industry up there I mean is that a crazy crazy I'm think of a thing or is that at least something you could end that might be a reason to go to the moon well I think that's what the settlement discussion comes and that's one of the things the national space society is very focused on so that you know it's not a fantasy it's doable it's workable we know that we've got everything in place with today's technology if we just get off our behind the bill what separates those founder of Amazon is so keen about he formed a rocket company actually before you on must did the SpaceX based Basil's former tropical blue origin back in two thousand and gives express purpose was to move heavy manufacturing off over do it in space or is not going to hurt anybody allow the plant to heal you go back to it you know like state if you well and give people options to live and work awesome first because there's a lot more resources even the local solar system then there is honor if you just have to go out and get up so this pretty compelling financial argument here and as you know as well as I do when there's a profit to be made suddenly things start moving a lot faster so I think that or on the cusp of right now so wouldn't it be my got would say be prohibitively expensive to manufacture stuff on the moon but that's not the case it doesn't have to be the case the thing is is to make getting there for the first few dozen times less expensive than what we're doing it with the Saturn five back in the nineteen sixties it cost a bundle you know in today's dollars the proper Graham would have been about a hundred and fifty billion under sixty billion she so that was expensive for six landings but nowadays when you have you on must flying as rockets for in some cases virtually a bird or or less than the other commercial providers are in there already cheaper than it was the nineteen sixties and their reusable they fly back to home base robotic we all by themselves and landed the refuelling be used again and Bayless is doing something very similar and other companies trying to get in on the act now you're reducing costs down by be be a factor of ten or alternately a hundred when you start reaching those numbers suddenly going out and doing stuff on the moon it's very affordable makes a lot of sense on the other side of that is once you're there you got these manufactories going your commoditized the stuff they put a price on it so whether it's U. S. government or private industry restore be international sector that matter saying al all by that gallon of liquid oxygen for this many dollars space credit or whatever we call them at that point now you've got a really calm me out there it becomes very much like how the free market works on earth and again but there's money to be made people will go so you in fact have kind of a gold rush out there so it's really not as far fetched as one might think this other minerals out there that it would make it worth any chances oil on the moon the if you gotta have you gonna have I you have animals sorry all rights are you got of the dinosaurs you got to have plant matter all right right sorry sorry to be down there what no but there is there is healing and three which is a form helium that can be very useful for fusion we're still struggling to get to work but if you can get yours no work at what times work a lot of money only now going up there get that stuff you're gonna make a bundle so yeah very
The Hatchery Chicago Cooking Up Food and Jobs on the West Side
"We begin this morning front and center with our CEO spotlight here on the opening bell, Chicago's newest business incubator is cooking up some innovation in the food and beverage industry. The hatcheries Natalie Shmulik is in our spotlight this morning, Natalie. Good morning. Welcome to the opening bell. Good morning. Thank you for having me. I've been excited to have our conversation today because the idea of hatchery is one that I think Chicago has been asking for we've how we have all kinds of incubators, but not one focused on food and restaurants. Yeah, we're very excited about what we're doing. We know that Chicago is a staple for food and beverage whether it be amazing restaurants throughout the city amazing resources agriculture the foundation for somebody. Big CPG companies, and we're excited to share alongside great incubators accelerators like good food business accelerator, and so many others here in Chicago that are doing great work for the food and beverage industry as the CEO you are overseeing all of this. What have been the challenges and some of the things that you've had to get over to get to this point. I think some of the biggest challenges have just been ensuring that what we're doing is in fact meeting in need, and that was very important to us from the beginning. We wanted to be able to learn learn alongside the entrepreneurs that we serve. And so we have this great concept, which was really the brainchild of ICM see industrial counts of near west Chicago, which is one of the oldest and largest business incubators in the country right here in Chicago in Fulton market district and axiom, the nonprofit microlender, and they knew there was a need just based off of what I was seeing in their manufacturing space. They were. Seeing an influx of food and beverage entrepreneurs that just couldn't find food grade production space, and that was a big challenge here. We know there's so many brilliant minds. So we needed to give them space to be able to have an outlet to develop their concepts and launch their products. So I think just ensuring that the building we were building was in fact, what was needed. So really understanding the design understanding all the elements of the architecture. The Bill doubt, I do not have a background in building. So I think for me that was a huge challenge. But a great learning opportunity. I've learnt so much about far more about 'electricity and measurements than I ever wanted to. But I think it was really important because these are all elements that go into making an efficient space for food and beverage producer walkers through the space, if you will for virtually give our listeners a tour of what it looks like, and we'll kinds of resources are there. So we have a sixty seven thousand square foot facility it. Houses fifty five private food grade production spaces and a large shared kitchen. So most food and beverage entrepreneurs get their start in a shared kitchen and allows you to rent by the hour. So you don't have as much overhead early on. It gets you in a kitchen you can test your concept, and you can legally produce and sell your product. In addition, we have private kitchen spaces, those are really valuable those are the areas that we found there was just a huge gap in the industry is giving somebody a space that they have access to twenty four seven where they could grow their business. In addition. We also have a culinary training center run by chef Rick Bayless, big well-known shetler, Chicago. He's done so much for the city and for the food industry as a whole he was very passionate about this project because for him. He saw there were challenges in the food service world where there's a big turnover right now with employment finding talent finding finding skilled labors and chefs that can come into the kitchen and stick around and and help build the business, and he also.
"bayless" Discussed on Skip and Shannon: Undisputed
"Everything was in bowed until rough threaten his wife is hard for me to believe Kilbane Bayless that the act the reaction that Russell Westbrook displayed with VIP causal. What that young man said sit down and put ice on your knees in it calls, Russ to lose his, you know, what like he did skip out on believe it and going by this gentleman has deleted every tweet that he had said for except last night. Leave me to believe that there's more to this than what he's saying. It's hard for me to believe that that's what elicited the response that Ross gave him. Skit what we're seeing skip you, and I both we use social media. I'm probably on a little bit more than you. But what social media has done is broken down these barriers and allow people to end their computer on their phone at home or at work, or wherever they may be to be able to say, whatever they want because most athletes have have a social media pages, Instagram, Twitter, whatever it is. And it's a loud people to be able to tight hit saying it goes to that person's account. Well, what happens is that? When you go to a game. There is no barrier. You can't go to a game. I don't care if you pay fifty million dollars for C. You don't get to go to a game skill in call someone out of their name talk about someone's wife talk about someone's mother. You don't have that. Right. The more money you pay it gives you closer access to the action. Not to be a part of the action. These players do not come to. Work to have touched them skill. When the player wants to be touched, and you seem to so many tab. You've been the games covering the game. A player gets an would or he gets a big play. He gets AM when you want the player when he wants to be touched by fan. He started dabbling up the fans, that's the invitation. I want to be touched until then don't do it. It's give the Guy Forget his name. I can't think of his name, but he was a wizard guy. And he would he would ask everybody. I don't care about what his name is. But he he became famous for. Heckling no curse words. He would dress up say, oh, you terrible out teams better. You'll get the heck if that gentleman wanted to say Russ Ila terrible. Donovan Mitchell is fifty times better than you got no problem with that Russ understands being a professional athlete..
"bayless" Discussed on Skip and Shannon: Undisputed
"We skip Bayless Shannon, Sharpe pretty festive around here. Good morning guys. A little scary behind me but figures out later Bogota's calls came out of pocket. Mine. Oh, good. Are you Jimmy? I'm good. How are you? Are you Shannon? If you're the expression whistling through the graveyard. That's what you do everyday on this show, you whistle to your own graveyard. It's okay. In other words, no one here. Why did you have some way to frame this? He always be nice on a Monday morning. I thought that framed everything about undisputed that summed it up you better come prepared because he's whistling to the graveyard well done they come. We have a lot packed show and get this Kip is not happy with Michael Jordan, which really then we've got Shannon. You might be losing faith in first cousins. But we are going to start with Aaron Rodgers and the Packers. They nearly pulled off a huge upset against the undefeated Rams here in LA Todd Gurley led the Rams comeback with nearly two hundred total yards. He set up the go ahead field goal in the fourth quarter. The Packers were about to get the ball back with about two minutes left time on Gumri. Fumbled the kickoff and the Rams ran out the clock like silver of NFL dot com reported that Rogers was extremely upset with Montgomery for returning the kick sang on the sidelines, quote, take a bleeping knee. Here's more from Rodgers after the game. Very disappointing. Played in lose the game. But it definitely. Took away opportunity for us to go down and win it sound like a home game at times for the crowd was fantastic. Don't really expect that maybe an, but I know that five LA teams planned today. So I was glad to Packer fans showed up. They're fantastic. Great energy disappointed. We couldn't get one last drive. Shannon. Should Aaron be upset time? Gumri should be not just there in the entire team should be upset with time and Gumri because he put he put himself above the team. He wanted to be the hero nice being reports that on the series before that he was upset that he was taken out of the ball game. Hope that's not the case. Also, there was some reports that he was told to take the knee. Let's get this is the difference between Mike McCarthy in coach Bela Jake in two thousand fifteen they're very similar situation. The giant going down kicked a field goal going up by two points over the New England Patriots. They kick off and guess what? The return of did. He took a knee because what time of Gumri did that he robbed them really to timeouts because it was on the other side of the two minute warning. Because time is of the essence in a situation. Like this. You have air ride as maybe if you have listened to your quarterback skip you want to get as many yards. You possibly can to shorten the distance that that guy would have to go. But this is Aaron Rodgers. I believe he's the best quarterback currently playing in the National Football League. There's a lot of debate at this table, we go back and forth. He said Brady Aaron Rodgers blasphemy you with within in the graveyard in the graveyard you whistling in the graveyard asking. If you look at some of the throw that he was making during the course of the game. He was flicking. The ball falling off falling back off his back with throwing the ball forty yards a dime here. Devante twice. Once. The rail wasn't a middle of field. Call the safety nap. And he threw the ball over his head. He was he was he was very very good yesterday. I mean, he didn't have a four hundred yard game. Like he had the previous to ball games. But I thought he threw the ball bear will going up against that front seven. That was getting some fresh from time to time owning I just believe had time Gumri taking the knee. It was on the other side of the two minutes. Aaron Rodgers we're going to get an opportunity to run at least one play before the two minute warning. Now, he can go to the sideline talk to Mike McCarthy in this. What we want to do this. We're going to go about doing it. So not only should Aaron Rodgers be upset, but the entire team should be upset at time Gummer because I thought time Gummer in this situation..
"bayless" Discussed on Skip and Shannon: Undisputed
"You know, we celebrate skip Bayless. Nineteen forty two. Ron and his face undefeated nuggets team last night one day after getting their first win of the year. Now Kobe was sitting courtside LeBron put on his show. He had his first triple double as a Laker finishing with twenty eight points, eleven rebounds, and eleven assists. They trailed by as many as eight in the fourth but came back to win. Now taking listen to LeBron on the teams bake night. I. Laker. Thought if we didn't get this win tonight. Probably take national televised games. Also. Win. Anytime you able to do good things. Individually results wins. Important to me resorts Wynn. Crowd has been great game. So far, they were great. I think I know your response from the display already, but how impressive or your Lakers last night. It was very impressed. You remember lands? You saw land land oh land Utah? Stevenson. Three big. And I get this was impressive. We downplayed what they did against the Phoenix. Because we know they're not very good basket. Downplayed. Don't do. Okay. Thank downplayed that win. Because I realized Phoenix is is a very good basketball team. So they were supposed to win that game. They were supposed to win the game in the fashion in which they won that game. We were going to get a test. And I told you I told you yesterday, they not only are they gonna win. It got my case. Do we back on the double double nine? Also, another pending bet that I'll talk about also told you he would go to go on a date with who skip MS trip dove. And and behold Kobe was Michael b Jordan within attendance and. Who brought role with catch bottom shoes? Alex Smith trip. Do. Yeah. She made it true for Cleveland. I think he go relocate living up in Brentwood somewhere. But anyway, that was very impressive. Because I think we learned a lot about this team. And I think Luke stumbled on something that he probably would not have had Rondo got suspended head to Brandon Ingram. I got suspended. We learn land. Stevenson, he's going to be playing in crunch time. Skip he played big. He plays well with with LeBron Josh heart unbelievable. Kouzmin Cal growing up getting the young gun. They play down the stretch. No, you know when things come back. I don't know how that's going to shake out. But we'll cross that bridge. Once we get to the bridge that needs to be crossed javale McGee has been Gebriel. He'd been one believable. I don't think they they envisioned him to protect the rim. But what he's giving them on a nightly basis. Also, he's trying to block everything and what he doesn't block go in..
Baker-mania begins: Baker Mayfield leads Browns to first victory in two years
"Up on USC twenty four fourteen late in the second quarter. The Cougars are looking to remain undefeated and earlier number sixteen UCF steamroll, Florida Atlantic fifty six thirty six UB McKenzie Milton accounted for six total touchdowns throwing for three and running for three more. The nights are on a sixteen game winning streak the longest active streak in the F B S around the NFL after Baker Mayfield help and Cleveland's nineteen game winless streak against the jets. Thursday sales have skyrocketed for game tickets and mayfield's jersey, even ESPN's will keen has Baker mania. If Baker Mayfield been starting for the Cleveland Browns this entire season that'd be three. No right now. And don't bring me anything about the kicker and I saw March Larry go back. Skip Bayless would Baker Mayfield have been kicking field goals as
'Saved by the Bell' star Tiffani Thiessen has a travel-inspired cookbook on deck
"As rarely you'll be thrilled to know that a star from saved by, the bell has a new cookbook Oh yeah she has a showing the cooking channel Yeah yeah And She's she's, been how long has she been on the food number for a few years? Now. Right I think. So. Yeah. Yeah her show is on on. Weekends I think I'm not. Mistaken I think like weekends on Sundays or, something But sixteen year old Tiffany and began learning about French wine on? Press. Tours saved by. The. Bell. Crew back in the early nineteen. Nineties when the American sitcom. Was soaking up big moment in the spotlight It was in France Italy Belgium and. Holland that peace and a team star for her role is playing Kelly Kaposi on the aforementioned series was, introduced a new cuisines and unfamiliar flavors not yet of legal drinking age in, the states in Europe these could let her have her wine. And drink it too often with cheese and other appropriate food pairings What are they start drinking they start drinking wine eight In, a What do you have a wine glass of wine Peruse the recipe section of her website and blog and you'll see that her tastes are wide, ranging reflection from, her, time, abroad, from roasted vegetables lasagna to blueberry, Thai basil. Tart to balls about about Salman glazed barbecued ribs Seasons offerings, are diverse Admits she's lucky to have had those travel experiences as a teenager, while most ordinary teams we're thinking about pop quizzes and prom These in was falling. Hard for the, food of the, world and though it would be years before she would dive into the lifestyle via her blog. And before that her dinner parties the seed was, planted during her time in Europe with the saved by saved by the bell. Cast people can tell when things aren't. Real organic these and wants to make it clear that she's always been passionate about food my love for food is purely organic she tells the group gathered at the blogger eighteen conference for her baking bread is as much is is about so much more than, just eating and developing her forthcoming cookbook Was about so much. More than compiling recipes putting a cookbook together is like birthing a child with four hard corners good
"bayless" Discussed on Skip and Shannon: Undisputed
"He's around the self with the game. So that's first priority. Why you can you can multitask. And that's what he's doing while he's playing the game that he loves basketball on the flip side of that, he's also wiggling into moving onto post career new career waiting the, yeah, yeah, yes. Slowly getting in when I slowly he put his foot in adult realize he put his for the taking time, but he that's what he's doing. He's planet for future and I don't see anything wrong with it to be honest with you, end of five to sixty. I said this yesterday I got him between three and five, I they could be a fifty one team yesterday. Automats LeBron coming, you gotta give them Tim more wins with additional. Of Rondo land Steve, since some toughness like that, then you could squeeze out another five wins getting fifty thirsty. You know what LeBron James put? Oh, skip Bayless scare claim to LA to show that he could. He could grain tragedy here be by the beach and a number one talk show at LA. He could've stayed put stay this. What I find out. Is undisputed, not my solitary sole focus. Do I not live and breathe and eat and sleep only undis-. Beth. Oh, you don't have any other projects don't tap on the front or back. Have none done. You might have been all I know you might have been at Aubrey widow to opera with older Capri. Oh, you sound like jed clamp. You bout a bit. They're all betas. I see. No sign of skip Bayless until first thing. Brighton early five AM so something might be going. The problem that I have with Charles is that he's speaking on the two sides of his mouth. He said in two thousand seventeen that LeBron competition, he wanted all the good players. Don't you want to compete now he goes to a team. He didn't join the super team. Now he don't want to compete. He just wanted to be a Hollywood mogul. What if he, if he leaked with a super team, he joined Golden State. That's bad. He joins the rockets that's bad. He joins Philly. That's bad. Joe in Boston, that's bad. He joins a team, they have some talented players. They haven't reached their potential yet now that's the problem. So what does he do? Why does everybody? Why does everyone want to control the Brian James career in life? Oh, stay here? No, go there. Stay here. Do this. This what I would have done when you had your opportunity to do what you wanna do LeBron James, you should. Have done it, but nobody what they resent is the power that he has. No one has had it and he has no problem throwing his weight around and yes, what that rub some people the wrong way..
"bayless" Discussed on Sports Media with Richard Deitsch
"Question is now what kind of numbers are they looking for you talk about in terms of your ship yeah like three hundred thousand four hundred thousand total viewership you never gonna take on those morning shows that are tracking a large you know female centric of viewership so if you're going for a male audience which obviously you know it it's it's you know the pin are you getting the mail numbers are you beating some of those shows like the male agent thirty four mail each in the forty nine you know demographic which they may have been doing when they had just sportscenter on there if you're not doing that with a high price show it's gonna get the act is this you know these are businesses this is economics they're gonna make a call like that pretty easily if it's not getting those sort of numbers all right i wanna ask you about fox's studio shows awesome i know that robin i rob credit rob knows how i feel about some of these shows particularly skip bayless and undisputed rob rob likes bail is because he admires him as a straight up he'll and i kind of understand that thinking i mean i think he's disingenuous and really bad for the profession but as a straight up he'll he certainly doing his hollywood he's he's a good hollywood hogan i guess in that sense but i want to ask you about the viewership of fox's studio shows it's kind of hard to figure out anything this month because they're all getting the gigantic bump from the world cup i mean under speed is never gonna get over three hundred thousand again if you're fox pr you gotta trumpet that but america's fastest growing sport show is going to be america's least growing sport show in a month when three hundred becomes one forty so what what do you make what do you make of that lineup from undisputed two first things first to the coward show.
"bayless" Discussed on Skip and Shannon: Undisputed
"Other side line saying we gotta keep doing what we do eagles kept looking at him and they kept scoring tom brady couldn't match you see that were skip bayless don't matter what you do think compete could keep putting that pressure on you with the falcon could not do the eagle that pressure on them in every time they tied in time he actually did match them because he threw a hail mary that should have been knowing have have you seen this and could we see it just quickly wait can we see what tom brady did because the movie we just lost it we saw too quickly what a throw that was to gronkowski how did he not catch that if he's the most dangerous the biggest uncomfortable what a beautiful throw that was hit him right in the hand in by the way we don't see the first play tom brady with those pocket to his elude brandon graham would knock the ball out of his hands we missed it right at the start but he puts a move on brandon graham that left brandon graham sprawled on the mand coming full speed he takes one day the game should have ended in a sack and it did not because tom brady has bell arena feet in the pocket he still as long as the game ended with the confetti coming down that was green and white and blue instead of red and blue the eagles were happy i know that's what you wanted you wanted that so you can come in here and gloat then i would have i'm still gloating over five oh five and thirty three points you know what can you beat that that's you have basically champagne loses restaurant really good table lovely well help.
"bayless" Discussed on The Paul Finebaum Show
"I don't agree with that a wheelchair bus there was no he wasn't he likes the harvard like skip bayless and you toes that brady had will will chamberlain was number one woman and women on his on his holster but he he wasn't a one overall bill bill bill russell bill russell was better than than we'll chamberlain nineteen sixty two not really but go ahead and tell them okay average thirty points a game of fifty forcing hang thirty rebounds a game he down he tell me again we're did you graduate in your class komo lord it you know you say law i i already i promise you it's not laudi or whatever and i told you i graduate suma coon law who says you magnitude laudi chamberlain eight russell he says i graduate soon macoute law they're crazy russell had graduated i don't donnie where'd you go school over me no i mean i got news for you where'd you go to school hardman you know you know that it's in tennessee yes yeah sure it's a real it's a religious school extra harvard of the south and you know what did you study at freed hardman full education we're going to be a football poke you went to freed hardman to be usually you go there as a divinity student don't you paul paul talking about divinity chocolate up like vice ball and basketball they give me a scholarship i was a bathroom say didn't care to use the baptist or nicest if you could play both.
"bayless" Discussed on The Ross Bolen Podcast
"This is a guy who's got almost three million twitter followers and he's outages spreading trash around the internet as a way to keep his dumb ass face and brand in front of people it's truly pathetic trolling for the sake of trolling is is one of the lowest forms of human existence does not even comedy there's not even laughs in it anymore is just bullshit i would love to fight skip and again regardless of the outcome even if he gets the upper hand pets pounds my face in it'd be worth it just to go at it deserves an ascii he's got one come in at some point mike how do you feel about skip bayless hate skip bayless i instantly lose respect for people that like skip bayless of which my brother is one ono who tells me that he he respects cabela's he likes his takes he let us contrary he he likes skip bayless no i've read articles about skip bayless skip bayless is probably a sociopath there was a new york times profile about him about five years ago where he ate eats the same thing every day and it's he orders chinese food from the same restaurant and he orders steamed chicken and broccoli with no sauce and gets they come to house like five nights a week he goes he works out like three hours a day he goes home and watches sports 'til like midnight goes to sleep and then gets up and he says that he wants to win the debate that's all he's trying to do he doesn't have an agenda which is ridiculous his brother is a wellknown chef and television personality named rick bayless who is a white dude from oklahoma as skip but yet is one of america's leading mexican chefs which is strange that's but somehow imprison bayless is somehow talented i enjoy watching him on television but.
"bayless" Discussed on The Ryen Russillo Show
"Earn now's not the time now that it's i like what are we doing here and then pammy they played the rest of the game right they did play the rest of the game so you're fires in dead the i think the biggest problem i have with the is that louis neil what happened is no secret here i'm i'm not a huge gathered irap van and get bela's tweets out a total dig lebrun around the gaurd at even like saying his name because it's just it's it's him it's winning it's it's this is the whole point it's his whole act so then it became this research fellow in skit bayless don't get it thing and then what you do that to me like i'm looking up your lights to see where you live at did you did you say to anyone meaty by the by the june take it to anyone gm many did you go and rex to tampa others got as it down your basement bench did you hit any kind of weights just to get it out now now that i was have there been one i i was i know i'm a navy look i'm probably asking this threat mi psycho mi crazy for being that upset about or am i right to be i don't want the morons to keep gaining ground my god trying i'm holding the door clone there now there are bound to go welcome to the world her neurons are in charge i guess our barbarianism gay not them i thought i was making a basketball point which again happen to be accurate because it's exactly what marcus smart did everybody who's a radic i ko accurately the celtics even go back in that game but yeah i can i say has i watched it like on the outside of this bomb going off let me cite its tell you how i saw it unfold this is what happened you made your basketball point he wasn't bad at all right rate and you had one email no virtue signalling dude who came at you going.