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Experience Traveling By Train
"Start today's travel. With rick steves. With other. Eric wanner he recommends seeing the usa from a long distance train. Ride on amtrak. Our interview with eric was recorded just before the covid shutdowns kicked in when we travel. It's fun to see the world from a different perspective eric. Winer believes travel by train offers a rare combination of expansiveness and coziness. He spent a lot of time travelling by train while reading the work of great philosophers and for him. It goes together beautifully. He writes about that in his latest book. The socrates express eric. Thanks for joining us. Happy to be here so you actually took the train from washington dc to portland that sixty four hours. You could have flown in about five hours. There's just nothing rational about that. No it makes no sense. It makes no sense from a time point of view. Obviously it makes no sense from a financial point of view It really doesn't make sense from a mental health point of view. Either but i loved it. What can i say. I love every every minute of every hour of you know. It wasn't always. It's not the most glamorous way to travel but this just something to something awfully compelling about you made a very good case of that first of all you talked about the people you should the platform with. I mean okay. You're standing on the platform with surrounded by twenty or thirty people waiting to get onto that Train who are they okay. I'm going to do this quickly. Therefore determined therefore categories of long distance amtrak travelers. Okay number. One is retired people with lots of time on their hands. Number two is people who are afraid of flying. These are my compatriots to They take the train a number three or foam irs a fomer is a real enthusiasts. Who gets very excited about. Locomotives and other things like that means. They're so excited. They foam at the mouth. That's the idea okay You care to take a guess with the fourth category. As you'll never guess mennonites mennonites lots of minute nights a matter night. You mean like Lou dates are people that don't want modern. Well they apparently they They can fly but they can travel by train long distances. So these are the four categories and then there was me and i don't fit any of those categories. I was a category into myself for your kind of the opposite. Because you mentioned you have criminal phobia which is A fear of lack of time. And and you do just the opposite. It's that some kind of therapy. It was it was sort of this. What are you desensitize yourself to it. Well i always feel that your time is valuable. And i need to be making the best use of it and when you're on the train for some sixty plus hours you're just you're forced to slow down. I mean you're either go crazy or you slow down. Those two choices and i decided to slow down. The train is going to get the portland at its own pace. And there's nothing you can do about it. It will stop occasionally for an hour to for no apparent reason whatsoever and then start up again for no apparent reason and i would ask my fellow passengers if we stopped and they've just laugh at me like We got a new one. We gotta a rookie. Here in amtrak stan. You do not ask why. He thinks he's human. Beings are more important than freight right. We do we. We wait for free trains. Because amtrak does not own most of the tracks across the country the free traits everytime i go to portland derek from seattle and the train. I think i'm doing something nice for the environment. And so on. Or it's just kind of a cool thing to do and it's frustrating. Because i have chronic phobia also and i don't know beiber waiting here and somebody reminded me freight trains get priority over humans in the united states. That's not the case in europe but in the united states. That's the case but for those of us who like you and me have a fear of lack of time where where we schedule things. Its pedal to the metal. It's interesting how a long trip on a train you mentioned. It was like you hit a mother of time. Suddenly you had this big gift. That i guess you got more time just by slowing down right. And it's it's forced right because you can't go off and say we're going to go into into town and in fire up the laptop and get some work done. I mean you're on the train and you stay on the train and it's got through. I went through an interesting cycle. I i thought oh this is great. I've got this time. This is really good. I should do something. And then i just get antsy. And i started rearranging my little room at and moving things around and i started to go a little bonkers. I needed to do something. And eventually i came to acceptance that that he was gonna take a really long time to get to portland and i needed to just go with the flow and It took me a. I think somewhere around montana. I hit acceptance in there.
Travel to Alabama
"Welcome traveler I'm your host Chris Christensen just see if we don't deliver on that word epic that I put in the intro. We've got lots to talk about as we talk about Alabama. I'd like to welcome the show. Larry Beiber who is a freelance travel, writer and editor also has his own website at Larry Bloomberg. Dot Com, and also at civil rights travel dot com, and he's come to talk to us about Alabama Larry Welcome to the show. Let's great to be here, Chris. This is a show that is about a year and a half in the making at least not with Larry. We just got him involved recently, but I've done three trips to Alabama last year and a half and had been really wanting to do a show about it. But I really wanted to do it with somebody who knew more about Alabama than I did and Larry. You've lived in Alabama for eleven years. I, think. We say that's right over a decade. And you came there to work a job in the travel magazine industry at. At coastal living, which was based here as is southern living in cooking, light and a lot of other magazines. Why should somebody go to Alabama? There's lots of reasons and I think the place to start is that most people don't know about Alabama? They they know. Their stereotypes there's. There's what they've heard over the years, but the truth is the south remains one of the most colorful and least understood parts of the country and the best way to learn about. It is to go there, and it's easy. It's easy to do and this I. Think will turn People's view under head. It's the center of Civil Rights History which I think. A lot of people know in the best way to understand that as visit the sites where these famed events happened. But it's also got incredible food. One of the most vibrant food scenes in the country right now mountains in some of the best beaches in the country, if not the world, which again does not fit that stereotype that people have the deep south well. I'm going to be one of those people that admits that I Alabama was something like my forty seventh state to go to or something like that, and it was kept to the last somewhat because I grew up in the sixties, and my picture of Alabama was what I saw on the nightly news. It was that troubled. Civil Rights history that we talk about which we can. Celebrate what happened now and and what went on, but it was kind of tough to watch it all going on at the time, and that colored my views of Alabama for pope. And I have fallen in love with the state here in the last trips that I've gone through and a little surprised to say that because I didn't really expect to. But what would you recommend for an itinerary for Alabama? Alabama literally goes from the mountains to the seas in I I would start just for simplicity's sake in the north. In Huntsville and in the Florence area where you will see incredible NASA rocket history because I was intrical part of the NASA system, the NASA development and then. Some a rock and roll shrine in the muscle shoals hall of fame, and then down to Birmingham where you do find that civil rights history where a lot of those disturbing images happen half a century ago. Frankly and now it's one of the most vibrant food scenes in the country and a place. That really has a buzz to it. There's a lot of new parks architecture. There's a lot of people they may be. Decades ago would have left to go off to find their fortune in New York or Los Angeles. And now they're staying there and creating some wonderful things and then I. go down to Montgomery with the state capital. Eight incredible new memorial is just open. I don't know if you've seen that. The equal justice just there. The Lynching Memorial, which I was told by an architecture critic, maybe the most important memorial in this country in the decade. Right up there with the Vietnam war memorial to the victims of lynching very sobering in your face, challenging kind of place, then go out to places I don't think are as much on the radar for people as far as Alabama mobile is a surprise mobile I call the little easy, because it's a lot like New Orleans, but it's tiny. It's much easier to navigate in. It's a lot of fun and then down to this beautiful beautiful Gulf. Shore beaches, the white sands, sugar sand beaches that I literally I been in Borussia of all places in the Indian Ocean on the beaches, and I came to the Gulf coast the next month. For some reason, it just worked out in the Gulf coast. Beaches were better than what I had seen in the Indian. Ocean Sept-. Beautiful I will back you up on that end in both a surprise part and the beautiful part. That will give you a good week from north the sound that
"beiber" Discussed on The TryPod
"Little doodle. Tiny burp I know. He has the space to BURP. That's right arm. I got coffee. I've got I've got. Ps four controllers. I've got hard drives. I've got recall a cough drops but I have so much space because I have a system that I purchased recently. That is one computer monitor. One other monitor arm. That has my laptop floating above my ask you stupid Bish Down. Call our listeners okay. It's all in good fun okay. We're calling events different audience. It's light teasing. They ruin called stupid bitches. Okay where where does the monitor arm attached to? I'm glad you asked to uncle Ned. This are you can do it in a couple of different ways you can. If you have a desk that like as possible to this you can like drill a hole and do a whole deal. But I don't have that. I have a glass desk and I know what you're thinking. You're not supposed to clamp something on a glass desk but I did it so I think. There's a big clamp so Clampett on the outer the Far Side of my desk. And then it's like a clamp it and then the portfolio you put a tube goes up and the two arms come off it and one of them's holding the monitor and the other one's holding the laptops. I get it so it's a hideous way to get you slightly more desks space No it's not hideous at all in fact it makes the Monitor look like it's floating Ned. Stupid bears sounds like it would not pass aerial test. Which means is hideous? Also an option is to mount the Monitor on the wall. So that way it's floating there's cable is there's no nationals. No stress mounting it's TV TV but in a place to be. I let them into honestly anything that gets it more eye level for the economics. I'm into exactly exact- but his doesn't doesn't sound like it looks good route. You're Biz kind of question miles. Yeah what's up James? My Name Guy. Why why choose the longer words to spell? And that's a great question Eugene now. It's because temptation and waiting for the right. Moment and having suspense is all part of pleasure. Pleasure US and having that release at the end of monitor arms getting worse. Is that if people wandering Gordon is the release of finding out a surprise guys for those who are only listening on audio and not watching the video feed during advice or go for miles. Both Ned and Keith. Got Lunch hand delivered to them and that has been eating food staring into the camera taunting me. I'm over here. Starving the route. That is ever happened to me. I I don't even want to know what you're eating. I just want you know what I gotTa go. Make myself some lunch and this I think has been an episode of the Tripod. So how about that you stupid bitch really big guys make sure to subscribe rate is five stars..
"beiber" Discussed on The TryPod
"And the current administration is refusing threatening to refuse to sign the cares act. Which is our relief. Bill if a bailout for the USPS is included. We are here to say that we think the postal service is incredibly important. Despite the fact that I have been on record in the past as saying that I despite I loathe getting despise getting mail I I think it's such a nuisance but it is hugely important. Yeah so We all do getting junk mail but the thing that is good about junk mail. Is it something that actually funds the post office? Because we aren't always now there's a lot more independent and private delivery companies. We all things Amazon But a really important thing about the USPS is that they have to and it's part of their thing they will deliver to every address addresses that you can only get by boat addresses. You can only get by plane now. Private delivery companies often have limits on how far they deliver and the last they call it the last mile the final mile they drop off to the USPS. Because they're the only people who can get and we'll get to some addresses. I also like to say very clearly Amazon. Target all of these balconies. Yes yes they use the. Us Postal Service to deliver that last little extra bit. I was also surprised to learn that that yeah junk. Mail basically subsidizes the other male and keeps it cheaper. I was favoring some tweets this weekend. And this one said that this person works for Fedex the cheapest way to send a birthday card to a row resident using Fedex is fifteen dollars and fifty cents so like these are just little things that you don't think about the fact that you can if you use your service fifty cents. You can send a letter anywhere in the world Or in the country and of course really stamps stay. Dancer Awesome and of course. What's really important about? This is that we have an election coming up and right now. We're trying to extend vote by mail registration Which seems like it's going to be increasingly important especially with the corona virus and if we don't have postal service that's that's voter suppression. You can't have a democracy if people can't vote and Some people think that The USPS is by tax dollars. It's actually not get some grants from the government but for the most part it's weird. It's this government office that doesn't actually get the government subsidies that a lot of other government branches in parts us even though they now work you know people were. Usps is out on Easter delivering packages. They pretty much work all the time. and it employs to so many people like so many people rely on not only the postal service as a a need but also just as as occupation is work and it just feels like with all the positives. They're such A. It just feels like such a strange but directed thing to slash and we won't go into them but I think that certainly supporting something as fundamental as access to mail for all citizens is such. It's just such a a intrinsic right that it just feels particularly cruel to even consider taking that away from people Eugene and to your point I believe it's six hundred sixty thousand people that they employ so if we if we including One of the biggest employers of veterans and people of Color so if we don't Save Them They're going to run out of money by the summer. And that's GonNa be something something that's in the constitution. It's going to go away. We'll we'll re tweet some more resources if you wanna read more including y. Their current deficit was something that was somewhat manufactured by a bill. That was passed a couple years ago. But in general we want you to help us. Save the post office if you want to help. There's actually a super easy way to do it. You can get what can people. What can people do if they're interested So one buy some stamps. Maybe write a letter. Spend the time. If if you have a young kid let them practice their handwriting. Send the letter. It's great and it's easy but the easiest thing you can do right now is texts. The easiest thing that you can do right now is text. Usps two five zero four nine. It will put your name on a list that it's going to send that to Congress and basically put your name on a list that says I support the. Us Postal Service. I WANNA save it easy to that right now right now. I'm doing right now and another thing just about the you know by sentimental right. Now it actually. It'd be great to send mail. That's local because this thing that's great about the post services that whether you're sending a birthday card to your friend two miles away or your friend. Two thousand miles away. In America it costs the same right but obviously the expense of delivering a letter from Florida. To California is greater than from California to California. So right someone in your own town everyone right now would probably loves the mail so right to your grandparents right to your parents. Try to keep it local if you can. That will actually do the most to keep money in the USPS pockets and infrastructure in that has been getting real for five prey on. But if you're thinking about sending a letter well you might be thinking. What should I write? What do I do? And if you're thinking that you might need some advice dare. I say advice than go for miles With your host my miles on. Have you ever wanted to dry do? I don't WanNA drown. Boil your body into account if you're going to buy fan by faulkner days. Yeah Yeah what's miles.
"beiber" Discussed on The TryPod
"Quite a few involve rehabilitation of stray dogs and whenever they show the makeover they like open the Europe. And there's just a nest of like twenty fat blueberries. Ooh I knew we were going to get there. Once we start a conversation about gross things again arenas limit you know it takes love your genitals to crawl and just a bunch of little cock suckers Yummy yummy right. We feel like we've talked about this right. We've all had a tick on our balls. Yeah that'LL HAVE. It's a nightmare. Very scary you guys know the country song own. Check you for ticks. No I'm I think so geographically. I mean we we. It's very likely that. We've talked about ticks on the podcast before and just like you got three southern boys year force other voices miles. We all know about this. I'm sure there's some in New York but man they're vicious in the south. That's something that's so different about living in Los Angeles is that there's no bugs and mosquitoes and I'm not like compared to like Tennessee or Florida or West Virginia or Texas. Like you allowed. That's in the south. There's bugs always and they're screaming that you just walk into the woods and after it rains. It's just screaming God. Cicadas are loud motherfuckers. But even grasshoppers and like just in the South Guide at night wowed though. I kind of like status because my dad would tell me a story when I was little. He would walk around the block as a baby and the white noise of CICADAS would kind of help me fall asleep cuddling with your dad and you know the sensation of swaying in walking helps but I just know them because they yeah they moult molt off to see you see all their little skins shedded skins just hanging off the trees on the ground. Bugs are cool the little the Little Hook hands you can take them threes. You can hang them on anything our response to succeed as why the three of US love horror movies like little monsters and that's like So soothing puts me to sleep Have you guessing that Youtube Channel? Where the guy just takes dangerous bugs and has them he has like a Doctor. Standing and wilderness right. Yeah I think so. Has them bite him and then he's just like that's what he does that's it and he's just like screams in pain. That's Coyote Peterson incredible. It's like fat if you haven't seen that and you have time during the quarantine go watch it because it is addicting horrifying but gone key is gonNA come back at some point but hopefully audio as everybody knows you can email us in your questions and we get a lot of questions about crushes and first dates etcetera usually. We don't answer them because they're a similar topics. It's like. I have a crush on someone. I don't know what to do today. Like me unsure so we miles. It sounds like you don't like people's questions what's going on. Man. There's no excuse me I cherish every single question. I print them out. Post them on my wall I muse over them. Fonder them but well. We've decided to take this time to answer on mass questions that we've always had and that we've always wondered about about crushes and first dates and how to be cute and how to Kiss Perfect. Eugene L. Tell us about crushes in first dates and how to kiss and be perfect. Oh no I thought this would be the opposite where we talk about how we failed to doing that. Exactly exactly and that's through our failure. That's how people know what not to do. Okay yeah now. I'll tell you some embarrassing story. And by the by Keith. His his something died so he might not be able to rejoin US instead. I'm dead pass all dead okay. I'm bringing back to time called. Second Grade Second Grade. Something y'all can relate to. I thought I liked girls. Oh Yeah I was into ladies and but I was very nervous little little Asian boy the only Asian Kid. And there's this girl I'll use the code name Lauren. So there's a girl named Lauren and my second grade class had a big crush on right. I was like wow. This is growing America. 'cause you're in second grade and everyone just saw me as like a nice kid and isolating kid and she was kind of interested or kind of dating this boy named uses real. But it's such a good name. We'll come gus right. His name's Gus. Was this big like you know boy who looks like he should play football eventually. And this is second grade right. So you're saying she's kind of she's like in a casual relationship with somebody else in second grade. Yeah I feel casual. Relations were way more active in elementary school. Because I was like oh I kind of like us and Gusts Lauren. And I was like no no no lawrence with me and I'd like right about her in my little journal and then one day we were making these posters for something some sort of spirit day because that was very bothering this out spirit days. I don't know what we were spirited about but instead she was like across the hall from ears we're drawing and instead of making the poster. I drew this full poster page portrait of her right eye painted this portrait right and I signed it at the bottom and then I showed her afterwards and I was like Lauren is WanNa let you know. I think you're really pretty so I. I drew this picture of you as she was like. Oh my God. That's so sweet. But in the worst part was the teacher liked it so much. She hung it up in the school so with the other stuff. So there's this fucking huge portrait with my signature on it and I just me riding my name like Eugene. I'm the only Eugene of her and then gusts finds out because he knows he sees it and he comes beats me up on Jackie away from my girl he he punched me. He punched me in the bathroom in the head. And just to get just to get even worse. It was near Valentine's Day in the one. Valentine's Day happened Dion. Ever have those like packet on the edge of your desk and everyone can drop in a Valentine's yes. Gus Rip through it in the trash and said you don't get any love this year. And then what he gave you know what he fucking gave. I'm so mad about this. Still you know what he finally gave you. Get in front of everybody. Yes he fucking gave her engagement. No ally plastic diamond ring in front of everyone. He rips my thing. Up throws in the trash gets on one knee and proposes to Lauren. This was in great credit. He was like oh it was like but he does that and he goes Lauren. Will you be my girlfriend as she was kind of? I don't know I still think that. She was really moved by my portrait and that she secretly like this isn't mine. She said yes and they were together for like a year but I was mortified so after that I was like I'm never gonNA. I'm never express my crush on a girl ever again. Which technically didn't then I was gay but that was and that's what I'm saying is like real drama for me so I guess the the lesson the story is Y- grand romantic gestures tough when you don't have confirmation back but looking back. I was proud that I tried. I mean in the end gusts also gave you of Valentine. That said roses are red. Violets are blue. Stay away from my girl. All fucking cue you literally. So yeah. That was that was cute. I will say as elementary school kid. The bathroom is where the bullies like. We're always lingering because no one the teachers can't see you. Yeah and they all have. Ibs Yeah Smoking. Cigarettes getting high giving each other tattoos. I remember that some kids gave me like a basically public poop. Fear for forever because I think I was like in first or second grade and I- pooped at school and like the kids in the bathroom loser and then I was like terrified that like I. I was like before and after school. Now I guess poop at school ever again You've really grown that fear in Dina. I'm handled it view but I had did you guys in a high school or college have like your poop bathroom like a place that you went because you knew it was a good bathroom. Oh it was the second floor bathroom. The center prefer Performing Arts Illinois. State University was a bathroom. Nobody used ever always empty. Always immaculately clean. It was just like you didn't know it was there because you had to go upstairs so there was no reason to go upstairs. Because it's just the balcony seating for a show so it's a weekday. There's no shows. There's nobody in that bathroom. One of my favorite high school bathrooms stories. You guys know my best friend growing up Eric who still my best friend. Who was my roommate? When I moved out here. He was elected to the Treasury of our student government and he made his sole purpose his his platform. It was his mission. It was every single meeting was getting our school to install splash. Guards between the urinals and I don't know the ladies listening may not know is that some urinals they're open you can look left you can look right and some had these little dividers when you were taking your test in elementary school and you put the folders up to date. You can't see but also so that the splash stays contained an. After two years of fighting he got it to happen. And we installed Gardell high school. If you're listening you got eric trials. But thank for the splash guards and then senior year. He's peeing next to our vice principal in a bathroom and he looks over and he goes. Hey Bill Splash car. It's like if Larry David had a high school adventure series. That would be his mission. This is a question specifically for the southern boys were any. Were there any bathrooms in your high school or or a school? At any point in time that the stalls didn't have doors. Yeah I just remember that. It was our high school our basketball gym and also the football bathroom. So that bathrooms for the sporting events. They didn't have stall doors. And that didn't stop any of the older men in the south from just taking a dump no matter what. It was like a psychological nightmare for a child. Was it yet to discourage pooping. I don't know what it was but I remember when I was in high school once. I my band director is like why can't you? I wanted to use the bathroom in the band room. And she's like why can't use the bathroom in the basketball because Musawi they don't have doors and she's like they don't have doors no that that it has no door. She's like that's horrifying. I'm like I know I don't know how it's okay and then like a year later. I think she was like you. GotTa give them what had ever question debt and then we finally got doors when they redid the whole school and it was like it was like a dream it was. I remember those. There were no doors. There's no doors lonely. I can't use that bathroom worse. I never knew I had. Yeah I think it's a weird relic of of sort of the patriarchy right. So it's like this idea. This is kind of flip side. This is where it hurts boys right because we are expected to like be very okay being totally naked around each other like while women are forced to like not even know their own bodies. It's like no you can't even look down there for boys it's like once you're you're in a locker room is like take off your clothes. Look at each others. We like whatever you should be able to in front of each other because it's just such a strange like the idea that because a lot of our bathrooms reporting stuff to had no doors and it's just like from each other water. You're not a guy from your friends. The way off. No NO SEPARATION. Just like a bunch of showerheads next to each other like a lot of alive. Men's bathrooms and this horrifies a lot of girls have troughs so it's not even your nose. You're just stand on a great next to like ten other dudes like shoulder to shoulder a and a trough. We're going to try something new right now. It's called getting real for five and we'd like to use this podcast as a break from the outside world let you laugh but we also want to bring up some things that we think are important in the world so This week over the last couple of days you may have seen the USPS has been trending and the reason why is because they are seeking a bailout and the current administration is refusing threatening to refuse to sign the cares act. Which is our relief. Bill if a bailout for the USPS is included. We.
"beiber" Discussed on The TryPod
"Up. Yeah Yeah Yeah. He wanted me like in any. Oh my God It was genuinely one of the mortifying things has ever happened to me. The sounds off along to see if I can find this single single one singular photo. Yeah and it was rough so Yeah Bieber and I. We haven't talked since that night which has been tough on me. I was thinking like the bouncers we're going to be like. Yeah we have you as Zach Cornfeld from the Tripod right now they. They didn't have me at all. And then Patrick Star out there right after me and and got a flurry of photos. Taken was also more beautiful trauma. I look I I get it. It's fine but it was mortified. If someone like Patrick are shows up and you don't know who they are. It's clear you should take a picture of them. Say Well that person here for pictures. That person looks amazing. They look I gotTa take pictures. This person and I don't know who they are but they look and their defense. I look more like someone's manager and Newark Childhood friend. Who got an invite those events and you get your beautiful photos taken. What's what's the protocol where I fuck up. Though I really haven't done any of those events I go to. I guess most of the events you've seen photos I've been at are either Queer Asian oriented so they know I'm coming. They know no. I'm coming. I'm there I wasn't in. I was invited. I was an esteemed guest Mr Justin Bieber Zach. I can't relate Hong love.
"beiber" Discussed on The TryPod
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"beiber" Discussed on The TryPod
"Store. Plus it's free to use and installs in just a few seconds so get honey for free at joint honey dot com slash try guys. That's joint honey dot com slash. TRAG is I would like to issue a correction on a recent video. I said I can't watch this stuff. I have kids now and a lot of people seized in the comments thinking that I was some sort of a sign some sort of a slip. do not areas not pregnant. I do not have kids blur all. He was just referring to his Responsibility towards me. Exactly exactly it's like I have kids general. You can't say I have kid now so kids now Yeah Yeah So. That's yeah. That's not a thing aren't just making clear like I had probably have some it's corrections directions to issue but I mean just scroll a general comments people are like. Wow this person thinks this maybe not yeah with breath some hot celebral sightings this weekend. y'All ready for it. Yeah it was like where you have another job about. So let's jump into that right. Yeah so number one one will excite miles one will excite. Maybe maybe nobody listeners. So I'm trying to catch up on all the movies. Oscar season is among us. I WANNA be well burst knowledgeable about all the movies that I missed. While we were touring the summer I missed everything. Thanks so went to go see Shiloh buffs movie honey. Boy which is. Just the most heartbreaking thing I've ever said probably the bravest filmmaking it's crazy and I'd go to universal city maybe that can be a name for your kid Keith. Honey boy oh boy. Yeah honey Harrisburg honey. Boy has also not good cadaver. Look when you're you're already starting with Habits Burger. Yeah like it's tough to spell. It's got the word Burger in it. It's so easy for kids ago. Oh Hamburger Burger. You know. That's what they're gonNA do. You jump it and make the kid's name hamburger or if it's already your name him. They have 'em inhabits Burger. I'm stuck on that. I I go to university walk and the theater is empty. It's a Wednesday. There's nobody there which is weird. 'cause it's this giant tourist attraction and inside the movie theater in the lobby literally not another soul except for me and Logan Paul Gang the woman. Who's WHO's paying ticket is like very visibly freaking out Kinda hyperventilating? Like like this is like crazy and men she sees me and she goes on her mind that Cornfield and Logan. Paul are going to see together. Which is the movie that he was saying big and he was just being full full? Logan I what I realized about him. I didn't say hi because we don't know each other and I have nothing to say to him and that's it even even though it feels weird because we both occupy the same space like it's like a CO worker from a different branch that we never whatever counting your market but we've never met so fuck it. I'M NOT GONNA say hi to him but he was. There was no cameras. There was no nothing. He never stops performing that man. Everything is a joke. It never stops and I was kind of like wow the energy she that you have so. That's an story number one. Do you have any examples of how he was just on. Yeah he paid and went in his friend and was on the phone being like. Oh what's your seat. And he walked up from behind behind the counter the ticketing counter on the phone talking to him staring wearing him down until the guy realized that you know that game were like you're on the phone but you don't person's right in front of you dumped joke doing. He was clowning around well. He was with a friend he was alone and he was being goof. That's impressive goes over to the grab and go snack and just throws popcorn on the floor. Please please anyway. That's more airtime than probably by double than he deserves for this. We're GONNA move on number to trying to make a point to be more of a social butterfly. Go out on a weekend so I went to a bar. I don't drink but you know I was there. I was watching watching the football games with my boys and as I'm about to leave fuck what's his name. One of the one of the gentleman from one direction comes out of a black car and struts into the bar not Harry it was not Harry it was not I the things that Nile. Oh and I later found out that he has a drink named after him at this bar. Oh so so much love it so much and I could tell you where it is so that you could all go hang out but I'm not going to tell you because that's my bar it's me and Nihil special place. Where we we hang out together? The Guy couldn't remember his name mile and I have a deep bond tonight. I I value our secrecy and our Privacy Zach. I kind of think you're in denial. Wow that's good. Did you talk to him though. Yeah and so as opposed to Logan Paul Nylon I are clearly clearly contemporaries So we shot the shit. Did I had a couple Niles. which was the trick named after that will go for Niles working? We're going to replace Mile. Did he seemed like he was a fan of the football. Was He there to watch. What game.
"beiber" Discussed on The TryPod
"God. Pretty woman likes Have you never seen pretty woman not a long time It's been a while though we should watch it again. Yeah what are we doing today. Let's let's cancel the podcast and we'll just watch pretty woman. You can listen along. I think we should have a screw. We're going to have a screening room in the new office right. I can't wait maybe helping so we have one. I guess we're GONNA have a screen Canadian seating like if we could put a projector knock on stadium seating anyway. I think that I think some sort of screen room with a big TV in the post production room. I'm to act as a screen screen. I heard that our office is just going to be beanbags and a flat screen and cats blue so you guys every single week come up with your try of the week You try small things that are too inconsequential to be videos. And that's why we put him in the PODCAST So what happened happen this. I got one. I didn't get to go last week and the reason was because mine wasn't very good but this week who knows. I roasted a whole goldfish holding. I just fish is and all is yeah. It was just a plain fish. They they take you know they D- Gut it and they D- scale for you but then is just fish off fish talk. This was a red snapper which I it went fishing over the holidays and I caught one. But they said it's out of season you have to throw it back and I mean I caught a big one fish story big Big Zach. Anyway I sit back and then but they said the season opens January first so I knew the one that I got at the supermarket. The market was fresh. How's that work you? There's only oh I guess it's like hunting season. There's a time when you can and can't fish. It's like when when bugs bunny switching the sign regular certain certain types of fish same for crabs clams Abbott Season Duck season rabbit season duck duck season rabbit. Season Okay okay It was there was a moment though where you know I felt a little more connected to my food. Yeah and in like an interesting. I was like well here is is like I saw the process of like catching this. Like going you know takes like two hours to drive out a boat out into the middle of the ocean. It's all rocky it's really like it's a journey. There and back your man.
"beiber" Discussed on Geeks Under the Influence
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Viber users can now get local numbers
"It's a chat app that was you buy local numbers that anyone can call on. This is a a CIA messaging app. It was acquired by Japanese ecommerce titan rocket in a R Q UT and four nine hundred million dollars five years ago, and they're introducing introducing a new subscription service at losers pay to have a local phone. Call local phone number that anyone can call now with the local would -vivor local number which had been closed in beta until now users can pay four dollars ninety nine cents per month to access local telephone number for anyone else. I have Beiber to call or text or SMS for the caller, it costs, whatever their network rates are for calling a local number while the vibe or user doesn't pay anything extra beyond their monthly subscription. Now. There are few caveats were now. Bri- vibrant can't call out using their local number, and they can't respond to messages using their local numbers. So someone messaged you on your special Beiber number asking a question, you won't be able to respond. The the company told venture beaten links in the show notes that it plans to make number Maitha number function by directionally in the future. So I will link up in the show notes can check it out. Speaking of apps. The Google
Norway sees a future in giant subterranean data centers
"This marketplace podcast is brought to you by pinata for businesses. And universities Panatta was everything YouTube isn't with enterprise grade security Bilton recording and live streaming and a unique search engine that finds any words spoken in any video Panatta was how professionals share knowledge and by WordPress. Build the website that can turn your dreams into reality with WordPress dot com with powerful say building tools, thousands of themes and twenty four seven support from real experts. wordpresScom lets you launch site that's free to start and is built to grow. With you. Go to WordPress dot com slash APM. For fifteen percent off any new plan purchase. That's WordPress dot com slash APM. We come from the land of the ice and snow and giant subterranean data centers from American public media. This is marketplace tech demystifying the digital economy. I'm jed Kim in for. Molly would. As more and more devices, get connected to the internet's and as more people get devices the need for data storage is growing exponentially. Because the cloud doesn't actually exist in the air it lives on massive fleets of hard drives and servers where to situate. This hardware is a strategic question. You wanna place that secure has political stability? And if you're a tech company that wants to look good has lots of cheap renewable energy. That's why Norway is making a big push to get companies to build data centers. They're Microsoft announced plans for two Norwegian data centers last year. Katie Prescott is a BBC journalist who reported on this from Norway. She traveled far north to visit a data center in a former mine, I can describe it as I could Norwegian fairytale. It was like the entrance to a trolls cave inside a snowy mountain and we had to drive down into the data center a mile under the mountain into. This old mine, which they put serves in. It was totally bizarre to be in this tunnel of caves, and they described it as an underground town. So it had this enormous beautiful down the middle and then to left and right with the service, and because it was next to this fueled and under the ground, it meant that just kept very cool and very safe. I mean, you unlikely to get many spies creeping around the fault of Norway. And if you did you'd probably notice them, so the Norwegian government is incentivizing the construction of data centers with tax breaks. Why do they want these data centers so badly? Well, they come with a lot of money and the other very exciting thing about data centers. And I promise you can't get excited about sending we need them so much. I mean ninety percent of all the data in the woes created in the lost two years. So suddenly, we need a space to put all these things. And the Norwegian government is looking beyond the oil and gas that is currently the big driver of the economy that and. Thinking, right. What's going to be the next industry, and then looking at data, which is often cooled the new oil thinking, actually, you know, perhaps that is the feature does Norway's kind of out of the way location hinder pudding in the data centers there in many ways. No. But it depends what sort of data storing if you putting Facebook photos, it's if you're talking about data that we need to trade, for example in financial services. It's too far away. What's called the latency the distance the data's to travel is to fall, why did think it was really interesting while I was there those I met someone who said our next challenge is to dig fiber optic cables under the North Pole from Norway to Asia and the west coast merica, if you think how data travels from Europe at the moment, it goes from side to side, they will say if we can go under the North Pole. We can go direct, and that's going to increase the number of people who want to come to Norway to put. Data center here. Katie Prescott is a journalist for the BBC that catchy idea that data is the new oil. It's controvercial. Sure. It may get mind traded stockpiled become on data is clearly not something wherever going to run out of. Now for some related links. What's making undersea fiber optic cables? More of a possibility in the Arctic, our friend climate change and melting Arctic ice if Norway does go ahead with plans to route Beiber optic lines through the North Pole. It will join just a couple of projects in the works. It can read about the current state of subsidy telecom in my favorite, the maritime executive the Arctic is attractive because it isn't already crowded with cables, and there's less risk of damage from say a fishing net or boat anchor our own Peter Balan and Rosen explained on this program Finland's plans to connect with Asia. If you want a visual of what such a fiber optic line? Looks like Peter you had a picture of one. He describes it like thick black liquorice the width of a tug of war rope, which as a non lover of liquorice. I gotta say you as Katie mentioned Norway's interest in new data centers comes as it tries to get away. From an oil based economy Norway's also moving away from oil in its trillion dollar sovereign wealth fund is looking to offload about seven and a half billion dollars in shares in energy companies fossil fuels may have made the nation rich. But now they're seen as a future financial risk or to invest it. I don't know how about tack jed Kim. And that's marketplace tech. This is a PM. This marketplace podcast is brought to you by evident, providing a simple insecure platform that lets businesses confidently know who they're dealing with without the risk and expense of handling sensitive personal data from identity verifications to background checks and everything in between. Businesses of all sizes can get the answers they need securely in easily with evident. 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"beiber" Discussed on Omnibus! With Ken Jennings and John Roderick
"I mean, the Scots have more than just that sport. I think they have rock-throwing contests. Also, they'll chase a rabbit. They watch the clouds go across the sky. Is that competitive when they're watch the clouds. I don't think there's anything that a Scotsman can make competitive. They have tug of war, but they can't afford rope. So they just it's hard to imagine how rabbit on either side and pull. It's very brief. Inhumane support. The winner is the one with the largest portion of rabbit, but it's kind of funny that today we think Scotland is having this rich Beiber culture. That's that's a revisionist thing that no Englishman for centuries would have recognized for centuries. The English hated the Scots and not just hated them, but really thought they were subhuman and vice versa. To the English. The Scots were just a wild, lawless unchristian people. This goes back to early visitors. Saint Jerome writing down that the Scots were all cannibals. Like saints. Your own said that he had seen in this was not hit translated mistranslated. Someone else saying that he had seen Scottish tribes just ripping the buttocks off a shepherd and the breasts off the shepherd's wife, and just showing down on butts and rush hep rd buttocks. It is kind of funny that saints your is kind of titillating audience with these. I mean, what's shepherd's pie? Do you think I'd just be made of shepherd? It never occurred to me. It's it's from a single buttock. It's not off of what shepherd. It's not a pie made bias shepherd or four a shepherd. It's made of shepherds full of delicious shepherd God. If you look at the ingredients, it's like, number one ingredient. We arguing TD, you shepherd, buttocks, shepherd, number.
"beiber" Discussed on Brown Chicken Brown Cow Podcast
"It it gets a little complicated there i have a triad that i am talking to about doing their taxes one of them on the property and the other two are may be going on title but not yet and how does that happened and how does that work tax lives things like that and and i think that when you get into those kinds of situations um having a good understanding of the intimate dynamics of the relationships really help where uh where the no accountants may look at this and say okay so who is it that lives here and what is there connection then i'm trying to understand how this works i'm not quite getting this right you give kind of a gift give kind of a um awkward beiber a not understanding by totally exactly right exactly right other examples i have some clients who are sex workers their escorts and having them come to me and say okay so what can i deduct here and what about these issues etcetera um yeah i as i sit there and i talk to them about okay so you are traveling along of work and you've gotta declare this and that and tell me about your your sti testing regimen how frequently are you testing and are you declaring that as a business expense what about your supplies are you are you using condoms and lubin your work are using those in your personal life here's a suggestion on how you can separate those two so that you can deduct the full cost of those condoms and loop that you're using in your work without endangering the deduction uh because yes you use condoms in your personal life has well if you are using professional assets for personal use you lose the deduction mm how do you so so how do you make sure you can actually deduct those condoms allude that you're using your professional work wa their share that's really cool i appreciate you um just nine all the ins and outs of that.
"beiber" Discussed on DLC
"Ling of exploration in a video game these being inside that heads that feeling that your inside that world and just letting me explore and find new things and find new and you creatures and new plant life and stuff it it it is such a magical experience and then what is waiting for you on the other side of that exploration of things that are planted in the universe by the designers man what a special game beautiful transport of full of wonder and excitement like the first time i created my first vehicle in subotica was displayed amazing experience of you possibility you know it was so great it does of so i highly recommend it doesn't surprise me because i i think one of the first games you showed me over it on beiber oculus but there are some little submarine game where he just kind of like bursting like your way through tunnels and i was like yes you're going to have you got into the steam yet like in they can i oh moon it's called i oh moon yeah you love that game info peering talk about some nautica it seems like it's all the stuff that that game did well times a million well that was very much uh you know a launch week experience on oculus and it very much was that like proof of concept and this is the game version fully fleshed out fullyformed and and again you can place of nautica not in vr but i i really feel like that is the only way i want to play it all the other thing i didn't mention last week is it doesn't support touch controls and remarkably i don't miss it huh i'm playing seeded with a controller in my hands and.
"beiber" Discussed on Podcast Borracho
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"beiber" Discussed on The Fantasy Footballers - Fantasy Football Podcast
"You have a starting job for paul perkins in the opportunity and you know what tyree kill has in terms of a lockdown job coleman in full fully you might be waiting on so i'm going to take the hill sin ass jackson site science i would again hill and smith shixian's well yes me as well i it active aunt freeman to get a monster contract here soon so the future of heaven coleman i you know maybe he'll still stick around but it is not one of those like who in a year or two sure temic othman's go takeover i don't think that's going to happen and tyree kill his future says he's going away from alex smith the lincoln dong2 may be a guy who can explode down the field with him give you can explore going with that because he works get down the field are i am the and green last question here i can keep to players and a fourteenth beiber assumption league mike evans is the nobrainer but who would you pick between melvyn gordon michael thomas that's an easy one for me it's melania's rome evan grown now the minute met at that to me there are eight maybe nine a few glue jordan howard running backs there are presumably i mean we're gonna be wrong some of them will bust but presumably those locked in loaded three type of backward least enough production to say you're going to be a a stud if you play sixteen games melvin gordon is one of those players to me if you've already got mike evans i'm gonna paramount thomas in a ppr.
"beiber" Discussed on Brentwood Baptist Church Podcast
"It's a tough world mike there are different rules no no the is wound king there is one kingdom every saying els goes away everything that has not built on the word and lines of jesus christ goes away we're spending our live building castles of saying that won't last now anytime somebody finds out i'm a pastor their first questions are always the first question is one of those on breach her how can a goddamn says he loves everybody throw most of us in hip but i tell everyone that a couple of things one they have been turned to the longtime too liberated beiber because i'll ask where did you read that and elements that you didn't read it in scripture because that's not what happens god is with throw anybody anywhere he does respect your choice so here's my question to you if you do want to be with jesus now what makes you think you won't be with jesus thin.
"beiber" Discussed on NPR Politics Podcast
"They believe the russians we'll be back they believe the russians are equal opportunity interferers and last time if they interfered on behalf of donald trump next time it might be on behalf of the democrat at absolutely interestingly enough rod rosenstein you'd at the deputy attorney general testified earlier today said since since being confirmed sworn in he had received an intelligence briefing he is confident in the conclusion among the seventeen agencies in the intelligence community that russia is responsible for interfering iin in hacking last year jeff sessions asked a similar questions today route do i leave the russians interfered with the two thousand sixteen election it appears so the his community seems to be united in there but i have to tell you all serve the gang i know nothing but what i read in the beiber i've never received any detail briefing on how hacking of gird are in his view to have taken a briefing on some of that interference may have gotten to close to the edges of his recuse were there any other things that sessions said or questions that sessions was asked that gave you new information about this whole thing or raised additional questions in your mind about what could come next or what other questions have opened up sessions didn't say whether he ever discuss firing colmey in the context of the russia investigation with donald trump i really wanna know about that the the administration's shifting explanations for why it fired the fbi director still don't add up and i also wanna know more there was some questioned by one of the democratic senators today about whether sessions had ever discussed possible pardons for people with president trump cheer knowledge have any a department of justice officials.
"beiber" Discussed on PRI's The World
"I know nothing but what i read in the beiber i've never received any detail briefing on how a hacking of kirdar how you information was alleged to have our influence between on the you received no briefing on the russian active measures in connection with the two thousand sixteen election no i don't believe i ever did if you miss that testimony from attorney general sessions earlier today you can watch the video over at pr i dot org meanwhile in russia the big story this week with big anti corruption protest yesterday hundreds of protesters were arrested that made big news all around the globe but most russian media outlets played the protest down not surprising since most russian media outlets are either aligned with or controlled by the kremlin that allows president vladimir putin to effectively control what's on the radio and tv but he hasn't been so successful online which is where many young russians get their entertainment and their news these facebook twitter what's up even youtube us the platform opposition leader alexi navali has used to get his message out he was arrested yesterday too sabre airs reports for the la times from moscow i asked her what efforts the kremlin has made to clamp down on putin's critics online there have been armed bills introduced into the parliament last week they introduced a bill that would try to put a stop to people using vp ends which allows people to circumvent virtual private networks exactly yeah of and try it you can circumvent as you know certain restrictions to to access pages that are are blocked there will also was a bill that wanted to restrict the use of messaging apsin and some social network apps for people under the age of fourteen so there have been attempts.
"beiber" Discussed on The MLB Show
"So there is certainly some disparity how that manifests itself in a way that is measurable i have no idea so i wanna and on a it is extremely nondraft question and one that's barely even a prospect question i was listening to your most recent fanned graphs audio and you you mentioned j cronin worth who's a second baseman in the raise system beiber him up because the year i covered the big ten for de one baseball he was a played for michigan he played all over the infield he was there sometimes our friday night starter sometimes are closer he was probably the most fun player in that conference at year end i didn't think i ii he would have any sort of professional career and you brought up like he was and they didn't explained some gonna make you go deep on a jake colonel word before his numbers this year i i thought i did i didn't think they were very good but he had like a twenty sum game on base streak he saw bigleague time during spring training cronin worth of michigan was at two a interesting that we bring it back to this a twoway player played of the middle and field and pitch and i prefer to him as a pitcher entering the draft as basically a two or three pitch athletic reliever he was a smaller guys an older guys already 22 with this time last year he's maybe six feet tall ninety one ninetythree with like to average secondary pitches but timber brought him on and not only have they left him as a position player but they moved into shortstop fulltime.