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Why Author Mark Shaw Sought the Truth in the JFK Assassination

The Eric Metaxas Show

01:58 min | 2 weeks ago

Why Author Mark Shaw Sought the Truth in the JFK Assassination

"For folks who don't know anything about you, how did you get into this? Because anybody who's been alive in our lifetimes know that there's been tremendous controversy and confusion around certainly the death of president Kennedy, the death of Marilyn Monroe, and many people haven't even heard of Dorothy kill gallon. What brought you? What is your background that brought you to investigate these things as you have done over the years? Well, you ask about how I got into all of this and I have no idea in some ways very Quinn. President Kennedy was killed 60 years ago, you know, nearly 60 years ago or a little bit more. You know, I like everybody else. I cried my ears out. I was a Purdue university as a freshman. And yet over the years then, I bought all this material about J. Edgar Hoover saying Oswald alone. Oswald alone all of that and everything else. And then I had a real break with this because I knew Melvin Belli, who represented Jack Ruby, who shot Lee Harvey Oswald. I practiced law with him in San Francisco in the 80s. And when Belle I died, I started to look into his life and times and I found out that I could have a book there. So I wrote Melvin bell I king of the courtroom. And what I found out was the alarming, a couple things. First of all, he was very close with the mafia, one of his main clients was Mickey Cohen, the Los Angeles gangster. You're talking about but more than talking about Bella, are you talking about Marvin belli was close with the mafia? Melvin bell. Melvin Belli. Bella. Yeah. San Francisco attorney, but also he was known as a tort lawyer. He was a personal injury lawyer. How in the world I asked myself, I mean, you're a curious guy. How did he become Jack Ruby's attorney? So I started looking into that and what I found out was that actually he was a hired by those who wanted to silence Jack Ruby for his participation in the killing of Oswald and the JFK assassination. So

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 Revamped Detroit auto show now also features new flying tech

AP News Radio

00:51 sec | 2 months ago

Revamped Detroit auto show now also features new flying tech

"The revamp Detroit Auto Show is reaching a new altitude It's being called the show above the show besides cars on display or electric vertical takeoff and landing aircraft a hover bike a hoverboard and a jet suit John George is with air mobility experience We've all asked this question I know I have since I was a kid When was that future going to arrive Back to the Future and even Star Wars and some of these glimpses we've gotten of technology the jetsons And the answer is now How about a test flight on an icon a 5 a two seat amphibious light sport aircraft with retractable wings piloted by Suzanne clavette We've taken a few people out to the Detroit river We passed downtown And you see the whole spectacle of the auto show And then we do some water landings around Belle Isle And

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Eric Shares a Memorable Fishing Story From His Youth

The Eric Metaxas Show

02:33 min | 6 months ago

Eric Shares a Memorable Fishing Story From His Youth

"I love fishing and enjoyed reading about your fishing adventures in fish out of water. Do you have a favorite fish tail or prized catch other than what you shared in your book? One of the reasons fish out of water is titled fish out of water is because growing up fishing was my main hobby. And there are a million fish stories, not the standard fish stories where you exaggerate, but true fish stories. And I don't know that I share them in the book. I mean, I don't know how, you know, because in the book, the book kind of gets long, but I remember one, oh gosh, when my brother and I were, you know, maybe 11 around that age, we would go to bellmore Long Island because my uncle Joe, San Antonio, and my cousins lived there. And uncle Joe did a lot of fishing, and they had a neighbor mister balk. And he had a boat and every now and again, we would go with their son. We were friends with their son Michael balk. Belle more Long Island. And we would go fishing with them. And I'll never forget one time we were fishing for shiners. There's small bluefish, right? And so you're casting out these tiny minnows behind the boat, you're kind of trolling. Yeah. And I will never forget this. A seagull, a huge seagull, spots the bait in the water, because it's maybe a foot beneath the water. We're pulling this behind the boat. The sea gull goes down, gets the bait and gets hooked. Oh no. Okay. And this is like something out of a movie or at a fairytale. I was suddenly I had a seagull on the line, and the seagull is flying up into the sky like a kite, and you're like, what do we do? Oh, gee. What do we do? Because the seagull is hooked and it's flapping its wings. It was kind of for a kid. It's like a traumatic thing, right? Yeah. But it was an unbelievable thing, but we had to reel it in like a fish. So that we could cut the line, we cut the line, the seagull flew away with the hook and its mouth and the line hanging and by the grace of God, to this day, it makes me, I feel the release when we saw the hook fall out of the seagulls beak. And I was just like, oh my gosh. Well, that's what it was like reeling an angel out of the sky. It was the most insane thing. I think that's what they call fly

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Nancy Pelosi's Husband Charged With DUI in California

Mark Levin

01:34 min | 6 months ago

Nancy Pelosi's Husband Charged With DUI in California

"House speaker Nancy Pelosi's husband we call him Paul Pelosi Was arrested and charged with driving under the influence after being involved in a collision Saturday night law enforcement officials said Paul Pelosi 82 was arrested at 1144 p.m. Pacific time and charged with driving under the influence DUI And driving with a blood alcohol content of .08% or higher according to the Napa county criminal justice network's public booking report both charges are misdemeanors TMZ the first reported kind of wonder how they get on top of these things They're pretty quick Pelosi was attempting to cross SR 29 when his 2021 Porsche which clearly was not electric was hit by a 2014 Jeep traveling northbound on the road according to a collision report from the highway patrol Which doesn't identify either drivers being at fault in the crash troopers were called to the scene just before ten 30 p.m. the report said there were no injuries Reported in the crash in the Jeep's driver was not arrested Seen it has reached out to the highway patrol Napa county sheriff's office for additional details Belle was set as $5000 according to the booking report so he was taken in And records indicate Pelosi was released Sunday morning so he was taken in And he was kept in holding through the night Until the next morning so he must have been drunk big time ladies and gentlemen

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"belle " Discussed on Broken Record

Broken Record

08:10 min | 7 months ago

"belle " Discussed on Broken Record

"That I'll die. That I doubt I know I mean, I can't remember the words. I might have them written down somewhere. There's a long time ago. That's all I can remember. But kind of, that was enough to get going. Okay. How long was it before you wrote a song that became a recorded song? That's a good question. When I realized that this was the thing that maybe I could do this, that even as a hobby, I should try to, it made me feel good. Every song that I did, it took me a month to me a month and a half, it took me a long time just to try and wrestle this. So I would say after maybe three years of that, the pace picked up and I think it helped that I picked up a guitar as well because it was easier. I would say it was maybe another three years before there was a song that appeared on a B and S record. It does sound a little almost miraculous. Like the famous Oliver sacks story about his patient who had a stroke and then woke up and just started composing music almost incessantly. You have this incredible gift for melody. You write melodies that sound like they should have been written hundreds of years ago, but you just thought of them for the first time. And they're very sophisticated. How do you account for that? That's an extremely nice way to put it. Another way to put it in Stevie, he quite often says, oh, your song sound like something. And that's the other side of the coin that even though they're coming out of you is quite possibly you are bouncing around melodies that are deep down inside you have gone in when you were very young and that you're borrowing a little bit of pieces of those. Though music to generalize is miraculous. I think it is miraculous. I used to think so when I was young and I couldn't write a song and I still, I still think so today. It's the most abstract. Form of art, it's pulling is probably magic out of veneer. What were you listening to at the time? Were there singers or were there songs that were inspiring what you were doing? Kind of obviously that 7 year period was a long period and up to that point I was very current. I used to DJ a lot, so I'd be playing current records and then once I got sick, I tended to fall back on all the records and also explore the 60s and 70s more and also just be more honest about what I loved rather than trying to be hip and cool. Just what I loved often was quite middle of the road, pop music from my youth. Can you give me an example? Songs like you know the one that goes you walked into my life I don't know when the next chord is. And now you're taking over and it's beautiful it's beautiful I remember hearing that song on the radio around about that time not having heard it for years and years and just being aghast thinking I know that song's wonderful and I know maybe the guy next to me is ignoring it or this guy thinks it's chewing gum for the ears. I think it's wonderful. You know, you have kids, your fans have kids, some of those kids have become fans, but where do you sort of place your own music in the kind of firmament? That's an interesting question. Do you simply produce music because you have to because you love doing it and you're happy with just that process? Or do you still ache? You know, to be a pop star to be every generation through the singer of the pole chart as Paul Simon wrote because I think there is always that thing you forget that we're all ambitious little buggers and all these people that you mentioned at all your peers and the people, all the greats that came before you, most of them would be nothing if they didn't have a relationship with the public. Partly the reason we haven't made an album for so long quite frankly is because after we did the last one, it didn't feel worth it anymore. It didn't feel like anybody was listening. You know, maybe like some of our hardcore audience, so that's me being pretty honest with you. Maybe that's not the kind of thing that folk want to hear, but if the music isn't connecting with people anymore, I would rather do something that really gets me going. You know, I'd rather go back and make another film, write a book, try something new. I'm a creative person in the band is full of creative people. There's no, there's no law that says band must do album tour album tour until death. Right. Was it just sales or downloads or you just didn't feel it was connecting somehow? I think maybe the last dragon didn't connect so well and that maybe is just a general feeling. I mean the band's been going for, you know, at that point the band had been going for some time. You know, people want the new thing. We'll see what happens with this record. Okay. Well, I hope great things happen with this record because it's a great record. And everybody should listen to it. And everybody should go out and clap along when you play unnecessary drama alive. You definitely delve down there. There's some things that I haven't thought about for years and years, so. As therapists say, we'll pick that up again next time. Okay. Thank you so much. Vice versa. Thanks to bone Sebastian for talking to us about their latest album and about their career. To hear more of our favorite bone Sebastian songs, check out the playlist at broken record podcast dot com. Be sure to subscribe to our YouTube channel at YouTube dot com slash broken record podcast where you can find all of our episodes. You can follow us on Twitter at broken record. Broken record is produced at help from the arose, Jason, Ben holiday, Eric Sandler, and Jennifer Sanchez, with engineering help from Nick chase. Our executive producer is Mia Labelle. Broken record is a production of pushkin industries. If you like this show and others from pushkin, consider subscribing to pushkin plus. Bushkin plus is a podcast subscription that offers bonus content and uninterrupted ad free listening for four 9 9 a month. 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"belle " Discussed on Broken Record

Broken Record

04:53 min | 7 months ago

"belle " Discussed on Broken Record

"Live audience. When you were recording these? I would say no. Personally no. No. Yeah. The key thing about this song is that this song is bob's song. Bob isn't here to tell his side of things. But bob is, you know, he's very organized and he had a plan for this song he had a sound. He has everything meticulously planned out. So this is very much his sound. When I am in the studio, I don't care whether I'm in Atlanta or Ellie or London. You're sort of in a womb. You're in a very safe place, and that's why it's a wonderful place for songs to be born. I like studio stuff. I like a studio sound. There's a lushness as a middle of the road, 60s and 70s records. For me, it's complete yin and Yang. But of course, as members of the band, we're all ready to support the person whose idea and whose song it is. So we're really happy to I mean, Stevie, did you suggest that harmonica did bob suggest that harmonica knows bob? Yeah, and it was actually an overdub. I didn't record it with the band. I bobbed it all the guitars on it because like I said, there's nothing I can add to it. It's like a military campaign when he does one of his songs. Honestly, it's like it's a guitar player or something. I can add to it. So I just leave them to it. But on the day, you know, I would come and play harmonic on it, and that's just what came out, which you said about the studio being a womb and not thinking about playing live. So I have to ask you if you watched The Beatles documentary, get back. Oh, sure, I did. I mean like the 3D part of my house. I had food and invited interested friends. One of the things that fascinated me about it was that they had been in the womb of the studio so long, and they sort of announced their intention to go play. And there was that just stress between just playing for themselves and making things up and knowing they had to get in front of an audience. Did that trigger any memories or any studio trauma of your own? Going through that stress now, yeah? The transition from studio to live is so different you have to relearn all the songs you have to be prepared to get up there and face face the music facing audience and it's such a different thing and even today I mean you've kind of inspired us to get our finger out and get moving a little bit and even having a rough play through some of these songs is built a bit of confidence for me because I'm thinking now that that shin's okay, that's a tune that we don't need to you don't need to hide behind studio trickery. It'll be okay. It could be maybe play a very sort of unnecessary drama for you. Sure. Even though it's a hard hitting song, I think it's a nice pop song, even when you strip it down, so I've just added some of the curse to me that I like this one because it's when someone else writes music for stirs. It maybe puts them in a position which you would normally wouldn't find themselves in. You know, if it was right for himself, what she does. Instead of just having a feeling I thought, what are the words going to be about? I'm going to have to tell a story. I'm going to have to ride on the song and I ended up kind of telling a story about my friend. Yeah, and I didn't play guitar in the record, I played harmonica. I think.

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"belle " Discussed on Broken Record

Broken Record

01:34 min | 7 months ago

"belle " Discussed on Broken Record

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 Olympics Live: Canada beats US to win men's curling bronze

AP News Radio

00:32 sec | 10 months ago

Olympics Live: Canada beats US to win men's curling bronze

"American Brittany Bowe claim the first individual medal of her career with a bronze in the women's one thousand meters speedskating event at the Beijing games both secured a spot on the podium by just one tenth of a second with a time just under one minute and fifteen seconds in men's curling team Shuster will play for a bronze medal against Canada after falling eight to four versus Great Britain and the lista Lou was the highest finishing American and women's singles figure skating after placing seventh controversial Russian Camilla Belle gave a missed the podium entirely finishing fourth I'm

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"belle " Discussed on Your Last Meal With Rachel Belle

Your Last Meal With Rachel Belle

05:17 min | 1 year ago

"belle " Discussed on Your Last Meal With Rachel Belle

"Let's check back in with martina mcbride. I read something. That i thought was kind of fun. You know in l. a. After award shows you always read that nominees end up going in and out burgers afterwards. But i read that you have a spot after the as well. Should i tell you what it is. Who knows this is from that you like to go to the waffle house. Oh we'll we've done that before. Yes my husband loves the waffle house. I like the house. I i'm fan. The funnest thing about an award show is like you're all dressed up you haven't eaten because usually you have to get there like four in the afternoon or five o'clock and nobody eats before that red carpet or then you sit there for the whole show. You're starving to death. We've taken a limo to see him as a driven to the waffle house in our limo and our gown and tux and got waffle house. It's kind of fun. Yeah yeah. I love that dexter position. I've done that before. Actually my ex boyfriend. I got really dressed up. Went to popeye's to try the fried chicken sandwich like you can league the waffle house into a special occasion. Yeah do you like the whole covered and smothered that whole thing. Yeah of course you've said that cooking and making music aren't that different. Can you explain what that means to you. Yeah well i think it's it's about sharing is about sharing something that you love cooking his love language in a way. It's my way of nurturing and taking care of people. Enjoy the act of doing it. But i also enjoy it. You know the fact that people enjoy my food. And i feel the same way about music you know. A song can really like transport you to a different time. It can lift your mood. It can Make you feel like you're not allowing it makes you feel comforted. You know what ends in in in you like to share that with people so in a way it's almost like sharing two parts of my soul you know with with everyone and that was martina mcbride's last meal. If you find yourself in nashville make sure and visit her new exhibit at the country music hall of fame museum. I got to visit this museum a few years ago. And i loved it. It's a big beautiful museum. Lots of costumes on display old country stars new country stars and martinez exhibit features things from childhood all the way through her decades long career. We'll my wedding dresses in there. Wow what is it like. It's like ivory satin. It has those on the sleeves and the had my wedding veil which had a big bow in the back. And i'm thinking to myself. I don't know what i was thinking. Because i'm not a bow person like i never in my whole life wore bows for some reason. They're all over. This ensembles married eighties right. Yeah it's very. Everyone was puffy sleeves and big bows but it's a really pretty dress. I really love it. It's very classic. Her exhibit will be on display until august twenty twenty two martinez also getting ready to release her christmas album on vinyl and this summer she released a double album on vinyl greatest hits the rca years both are available exclusively through walmart's thanks to food writer sherry tassell. Cherry has a new. Pbs show debut in about a week. It's called the key ingredients. I'm so glad. I got a real southerner. I can hear your accent that you probably don't know you have and it's wonderful having i guess i'm narrate things for apple. Tv and radio and you all sorts. Things i let my accent. Thanks to william stillman. His latest book is called the road to oz. I'm actually a bit concern. That a lot of very young children don't know the wizard of oz because they haven't been exposed to it and they're going to be just absolutely captivated by how magical winters so we have to introduce our children and our grandchildren. And if you want any of these books or records or cookbooks we always linked to them in the show notes. So if you don't have a pen to write it down in the moment we got you. This episode was produced by. Laura scott emmy theme music prom queen. Make sure to follow along on instagram. I'm hello rachel bell. And if you have a quick just to tap out five stars on apple podcasts and if you have i don't know thirty. Forty five seconds types out a sweet little review. I'm rachel bell and this is your last meal or what is wrong with my screen. Purple and green. No but i'm wondering if you took a hit acid before i called. You only saw. That would've been it. Sounds like you don't need it. 'cause you just naturally see colors that's the witch that she's singing about. In munchkin land when she says the which to satisfy flying on her broomstick summing for a hitch used. Good voice so known to sing here. And there you know. Where are you located. I am in the hershey pennsylvania area a real company town. It's the sweetest place on earth. take the air. Smells like chocolate on warm days. So if you're a chocolate person which. I'm not really but if you're a chocolate person i could see how that would be appealing..

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"belle " Discussed on Your Last Meal With Rachel Belle

Your Last Meal With Rachel Belle

08:28 min | 1 year ago

"belle " Discussed on Your Last Meal With Rachel Belle

"For her last meal. Martina mcbride wants her. Mom's pot roast mashed potatoes and gravy porn cooked carrots roles with butter and fluff. Salad kraft cheese marshmallows. Pineapple and cool whip yes. Marshmallows and cool whip is a salad. A word midwesterners us quite loosely. They make cookie salads knickers salad and earlier this year. Food network host friend of the show and north dakota residents. Molly caused a riot online when she made popcorn salad on her show. It's white cheddar popcorn mixed with snap peas carrots and celery coated in a mayonnaise. Sour cream mustard dressing with a little bit of vinegar and sugar. What is the definition of a salad. Because you know we all know the classic green kind of garden salads and then there's tuna salad egg salad which seems totally different. And then there's this whole other category in the midwest things like cookie salad and snicker salad which seemed to completely defy. What most of us think of as a salad. So how do you define it a salad dish mixed with vegetables or fruit. It's usually served cold in has addressing. It covers all these crazy salads. You know sticker salad contains. Apples fits it works. That's megan hill executive chef and founder of culinary hill amid western recipe website. I grew up in. Wisconsin lived there for thirty years. And now i'm in santa clarita california which is just north of los angeles. So are you doing all midwestern food in california. Yes in a lot of my team from california and so they don't necessarily understand what we're doing in this way pretzels with cream cheese and jello. What meghan just described is called a pretzel jello salad. You smash pretzels and mix them with butter and sugar. Put it in the bottom of the nine by thirteen or something like cake pan and you bake that. And in the meantime you mix up a block of cream cheese with some cool whip and then when the crust is cool you spread that over the top and then you put some frozen strawberries or raspberries in the newport jello on top of the fruit and that cream cheese layer it sits on top of the cream cheese layer layer. And you chill it and you slice these nice squares of this desert once. It's all solid and usually do strawberry jello for that. I do. yeah so good. I understand the logic of a salad being a cold dish with fruits vegetables and some kind of dressing to bind it altogether. But if you have to make a crust. Is it still a salad. i don't think midwesterners are gatekeepers of salad in. That's why they accept all of these recipes as salads. Because they want to do it and so that was fine and they're not gonna get hung up on. Is it green salad or whatever all right. We'll get hung up either. Tell me a little more about these salads. So what is snicker salad. So basically snicker salad is you cut up snicker bars and you mix it with apple. Sometimes people use bananas. You could use pineapple in then you mix it with cool with and putting like a box of instant vanilla pudding that you whisked together with cool win so those are basically the salad dressings. Cool whip and pudding exactly. That's the dressing. It fits the definition. What are some other classic midwestern salads. So i think they fall into two categories. There's sweet in the savory so things like cookie salads snickers salad sometimes they have cottage cheese them those all the sweet ones and then savory can be things like waldorf salad or cucumber salad which is usually made with sour credence very creamy. There's one that i love. It's called piggly-wiggly salad. At least that's what we call it in wisconsin it's like broccoli salad with Bacon cheese and a sweet sour addressing on popcorn salad pea salad. The sweet ones are made with cool whip and maybe cream cheese and then the savory ones are usually more manny's based i want to talk about the popcorn salad because molly who has a show on the food network. She did popcorn salad on her show. A couple of months ago and just got blasted like the whole country. I think was confused. And i think they thought that she made it up but it sounds like it's a thing right thing and i. I think it could go different ways. My favorite version is similar to the broccoli solid with bacon and cheese and green onions. And it's with a manny's dressing and it's delicious. I think people in the mid west don't have boo'd snobbery about things like miracle whip and mayonnaise. They embrace it. Doesn't the popcorn get soggy. When you mix it up with the mayonnaise he does. You have to exit For serving and that's not necessarily a bad thing that it starts to soften. Have you ever heard of martina. Mcbride's fluffed salad that she grew up with. It's a jar of craft pimento cheese marshmallows pineapple. God what's the other thing. Oh cool whip of course of course so that sounds very southern with the mental cheese. I didn't grow up with that. I could totally see that happening. Because we make fluff salads in the mid west with cottage cheese or cream. Cheese makes perfect sense to me that they would use pimento cheese just as i was getting over the shock that cool whip and pudding could be salad dressing. Meghan hit me with something else. The jello pretzel salad kind of looks like a desert to an outsider. It seems like a dessert. But you serve it with your main dish. Oh you know yeah you don't serve it at dessert time all of these salads. Are they come out with you. Know the potato salad in the pasta salads. Also at the same time and you have dessert after that you're going to have your pies or your scotch. Roo bars her brownies or cookies. These are not served as desserts. There served as side dishes with the main meal. So you would have snicker salad with dinner. It's like if you look at a plate. You're gonna have your ham sandwich. You know your baked ham on a bun your pile of potato salad. You're gonna have some you know pickles in black olives in your pilot cheese crackers in your snicker saudis right there. I love this all right. We've established at mid westerners like to put marshmallows and jello into their salads. But wait until you hear what martina mcbride's family likes to put between two slices of bread when we come back. North carolina food writer sherry castle will join the show to tell us more about this mystery sandwich but first she waits in on the definition of salad salad was a combination of foods that were not cooked together. And that's the best. I've ever come up with all salad. That means everything in nothing. So what are a couple of crazy salads. From the south there is one that looks so bad it takes my breath away everytime but yet is good. You diced tomatoes and put them in a bowl in you crumble salting crackers and a little mayo and salt pepper to combine all of that as some people put a little diced boiled eggs. Some people don't but it's called cracker salad that it is absolutely delicious and looks like holy hill. We'll be right back. I've been doing this. Podcast for five years and i am shocked how people choose pizza for their last meal. Everybody loves pizza. And if you're home cooked you have to get an pizza oven. I got my pizza oven about three years ago. And it is honestly what if my prized possessions as the world's first portable pellet pizza oven it was created in two thousand twelve husband and wife team and it allows you to make restaurant quality freakishly delicious. Flame cooked pizza in. It's little as sixty seconds. Odi pizza ovens can get about twice as hot as your home of in order to get that chewy cross with the bubbles and the blistering char marks. You need that heat. There are three kinds of pizza ovens in two different sizes so i have the wood pellet pizza oven. There's also a gas powered pizza oven and a multi fuel pizza oven and as a longtime owner of a pizza oven. Message me on instagram. I can tell you the virtues of each one and help you make your decision and if you already have a new pizza oven this saturday. September eighteenth is day you can go to uni dot com slash your last meal register. How many pizzas. You made that day and you will donate a dollar each slice out hunger up to ten thousand dollars so pizza would be on your list for your last meal. Make sure you're making the best homemade pizza possible go to dot com slash your last meal. That's oh slash your last meal. Don't forget the your last meal that.

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How Should Conservatives Break Up Big Tech?

America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

02:04 min | 1 year ago

How Should Conservatives Break Up Big Tech?

"Alibaba kerry. The book is hash tag deleted. It's about how they tried to delete how they tried to stop the trump mega movement. And we only have a few minutes left as conservatives. What is the solution to all of this. Some say go in like ma belle. Break up the The the the the the cartel quasar monopoly these organizations have denude them of that. What is it to thirty immunities. That were they would provide in the nineteen ninety s. What if we had a magic wand what would be viansa to seeing the first amendment alive and well on social media as well as everywhere else though clowns. Thomas has a very good opinion on that but everyone should read nation back in april for the night bus. The is biden buses nights. Best amendment you pay and essentially the food so you can have public accomodation laws or you can have common carrier laws. We can have a simple anti discrimination law. any one of those will work and texas is Once the once the house democrats come back them. You know. stop author being crybabies Texas willpower the law that will essentially apply Common detector and then i think is the way to go home and carry it probably dates and the all antidiscrimination the laws carrier option. If you're coming carrier then you have to provide service on an non-discriminatory basis Weasel nondiscriminatory basis to everyone. Who wanted him there. You can still nice service but the reasons which you can deny. Service are very limited and restricted by statute. It's not the wide expansive ban. Anyone any sorts like access to telephones. The social media must be as unrestricted as as having a hotline in your house precisely and yukon band. Meeting telephone

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"belle " Discussed on Your Last Meal With Rachel Belle

Your Last Meal With Rachel Belle

05:29 min | 1 year ago

"belle " Discussed on Your Last Meal With Rachel Belle

"A very fun fact about virginia is that she was a friend of bob marley own. Oh gosh that was exciting. We didn't even have a clue when we met bob where that was going to go because he wasn't as famous when i met him. I was still in high school at eighteen and self so. I met him briefly. I i made t. for him. I'm then i. I work file and records briefly. He bought the house where i was working. My girlfriend was living in. She's sydney breaks. Spare who became miss world. And she met bob and they had damian. Marley was quite famous. As you know so. I was part of the family and friends. You know and i work on his newsletter for him so i work with them on tour. Bob marley was rastafarian and roster. Farhan stick to a very specific natural healthy diet. There was always of cook someone who could prepare lobs meals. They go on tour with the group. They call it eitel food. They say it must be vital and that means it should contain nothing. Dead nothing preserved. They don't eat anything out of cans and it really is the freshest food you can find jamaica's really very healthy. They don't put any salt in it or at any no added sugar salt supposed to go into it because they believe that nature has balance flavors out nicely so if you want spice your food or you can just add things like pepper ginger or scallions and so on and you create a dish a lot of times it takes a while to cook his items because starting from scratch you would have to have a a fresh coconut no till coconut milk fair. You have to take the coconut nick out of the coconut grated. Add water squeeze it out a few times. I'm not telling you it'd make rice and peas. Rastafarians don't believe in letting their food come into contact with medals of any kind so no canned foods but also no metal cookware. No knives and no silverware often served on wooden blades. Wouldn't spoons are so on. Clay pots was very natural. Things for serving. You might even get served on a banana leaf which is beautiful things like yams and certainly carrots and kelley lou and all the greens and things very healthy. It's absolutely wonderful food. It takes some getting used still not having salt in your food but they they make it so delicious after land in your hobson religious love and they don't eat no meat absolutely not lots of juices and also tonics made from herbs roots gadget tea. Of course the rastafarians make barry wonderful freshly made Beaten kara juices and things that where you can feel absolute refresh them. Happy to have had something. I do too so good back to joshua. He says for as much as he loves food. He doesn't cook that much. It's that's something that came. naturally. I didn't watch didn't pay attention. I'm just always like come on. Mom ready she would always make this joke. That like for as much as you each us like when you grow up you better have a great job. You better make a lot of money and so that you can sustain this habit. And i bring that up a lot with katherine my wife because thankfully i've done all right. It means a lot to me that. I can kind of eat whatever i want. That's like my thing. I don't spend money on much. But i like to go out to a restaurant and like to just enjoy myself but it's just one of those things. It means a lot to me and that was joshua. Henry's last meal was so fun chatting with you. You have such good energy. You're like my this morning so thank you. I really appreciate talking to you rich. I love. I love the show. Joshua's new album grow out september tenth. Make sure and pick that up and this fall. I'll be in a movie called tick. Boom lin-manuel miranda's directorial debut starring into garfield vanessa hutchins. That's going to be really really great. Thanks to virginia bar. If you're interested in caribbean cooking. She is your gal for cookbooks. R. e. caribbean and walkers would caribbean kitchen. I enjoyed it a lot. Take care it. We say what what wadood walk a walk good. Is that how you say goodbye. Say goodbye against greetings to say goodbye. This episode was produced by laura scott envy theme music by prom queen. Make sure you're following along on instagram. Hello rachel bell. that's b. l. e. and if you've liked the episode which you might because you made it all the way to the end Please give us a five star rating on apple podcasts. Out a review. If you have a minute. I know all of us podcasters status but it actually does make a difference. The more reviews the more stars clicked the more we rise to the top of this crazy algorithm. I'm rachel bell and this is your last meal..

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"belle " Discussed on Your Last Meal With Rachel Belle

Your Last Meal With Rachel Belle

07:43 min | 1 year ago

"belle " Discussed on Your Last Meal With Rachel Belle

"We are going to do. A deep dive into the history of jamaican food. And i am very pleased to welcome. Virginia burke to the show. I feel so lucky that i snagged her. Because she is the authority on jamaican culinary history. Virginia wrote to cookbooks. Caribbean and walkers would caribbean kitchen and she spent over twenty years. Working with walkers would caribbean foods jamaican cuisine. As a result of hundreds of years of colonization. When a country planted its flag and jamaican soil. They brought their cuisine along with them. Not to mention the food of the enslaved people that they brought along to run their plantations but virginia says the very first people to live in jamaica or the tainos. I'm they actually came from south america and they use canoes and traveled all the way through the islands and made their way as far as jamaica. They were here. A few hundred years before. Christopher columbus arrived in fourteen ninety four and they grow their own food. Corn and cassava sweet potatoes guavas finals were indigenous to jamaica tool so when christopher columbus arrived the story goes that the titles presented him with pineapples on. That's how they became a symbol of hospitality. High enough eliza very important part of our our beginnings. It's actually on our coat of arms. In the sixteenth century the spanish arrived with citrus and livestock and a population of spanish jews. Who brought esque each of vinegar fish that remains a jamaican classic five hundred years later in the seventeenth century. The british arrived and through the spaniards out the spaniards left and went to cuba and when they were leaving they freed are all their livestock and they freed their slaves. These freed slaves took off and went into the mountains of jamaica. They were called the maroons. They were from west africa and they refuse to be recaptured by the british. Who wanted to reinstate them and add them to the numbers of slaves that they had the british you slaves to work their sugar plantations. So these escaped enslaved west africans. The maroons were hiding from the british enduring. This time out of survival invented jamaica's most famous dish jerk. They would hunt the wild pigs. They needed a cooking method that they could use food while they were on the run and they wouldn't have all these fires that the british could see smoke going up into the sky so they developed the cooking. Method called jerking which required putting the pimenta. Awards pimento is what you call space. That liners are fire. Pit with stones and mental would and wrap the pig in all these spices and some leaves called pepper elder and it would be highly spiced and they'd bury it in there and how they would the colts from the would cook it for several hours than they could break it up and carry it with them in these little pouches. But we didn't know anything about this. Wonderful jerk food until after emancipation so we went through quite a long period of time with the british and all their their sugar plantations and of course they developed rum and sugar that was being sent back at made a fortune for people in britain in sixteen eighty seven a british botanist named sirhan. Sloan made a major culinary contribution while living in jamaica. He collected all kinds of plant clippings. And he he discovered. The coco was indigenous to jamaica. And he didn't like the way they made chocolate here. They cacao it was just bitter bitter drink on. He added milk to it. I'm that's how we got the creation of milk chocolate than he patented it and and cabras took it and ran with it and the rest is history so we also had the genesis of chocolate milk. Chocolate here in jamaica. Virginia said the british didn't like the climate in jamaica. It was too hot for them so they sent over poor irish welsh and cornish people to oversee the work happening on the plantations but they brought all their food. They brought their cornish. Pasties which is a turnover is essentially but then they jamaicans turned it into a mate. Patty and it's highly spiced but almost every jamaican schoolchild is a at least once a week for lunch. I mean we're not even just school children. But i mean any body. We will love having a for lunch. And so it's it's it's a big part of our diet. That's definitely one of the most popular foods this makes so much sense. If you've ever seen jamaican patty. It is suddenly so obvious that it is the jamaican version of a cornish. Patty another thing. The british enjoyed in jamaica. Avocado toast lady. Nugent was the wife of the governor of jamaica and eighteen or one eighty five. I believe and she wrote a journal which is absolutely fascinating logging sort of food. That was served avocados one of the things that they used to call midshipmen's butter 'cause they spread it on bread. Now you know that's very popular nowadays. But they've been doing this for a long time so maybe it was the original host. Go okay so we have the spanish. The british irish and cornish influences. And then the french fled to jamaica. After the haitian revolution on this actually started the jamaican coffee industry which grew to be one of the biggest in the world at the time. Because we have the elevation for coffee today. Grown here we have some of the world's best coffee blue mountain coffee in the nineteenth century after emancipate in the british brought in hakka chinese laborers to replace the recently freed slaves They brought to us. Of course every jamaican and most people around the world yusei sauce in all their cooking so that was one of the big gift so they brought. They open many many chinese restaurants around jamaica. So jamaica familiar with it. It's a treat. It's sort of a sunday sunday lunch. Treat if you're going for lunch or something. You'd gorka chinese restaurant. Do jamaicans use the sauce as an ingredient in the food that bay cook or when making chinese food at home or eleanor braided in. Don't it's used sort of to make gravies for anything. It's you'll find a even combined with jerk things one of the things. That mean a chinese person to tell you that that the jamaicans changed the chinese flavor we have what we call jamaican chinese food because every restaurant you go to now they will serve you the size sauce with the scotch bonnet pepper koto and put in the song that you can then pour liberally all over your chinese food to heat at all. That's our own way of doing things. And they they created quite a few dishes here. I'm sure you wouldn't find back in china. If you think that that is the end of foreign influence on jamaican cuisine. You are wrong. After the chinese came the indians they brought with them their special gifts curry jamaican curry all the time. Now every week we have our own west indian curry. They brought the calendar which are greens. They brought danja. Which of course is unimportant. Plant to us I did not know that marijuana was from.

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"belle " Discussed on Your Last Meal With Rachel Belle

Your Last Meal With Rachel Belle

05:09 min | 1 year ago

"belle " Discussed on Your Last Meal With Rachel Belle

"I think this is one of my new favorite questions to ask people. What are your top five favorite things from trader. Joe's for me hands down number. One is peanut butter the creamy salted natural peanut butter the best peanut butter that i've ever had. It's just peanuts and salt but it is super rusty toasty. It has this really good roasti flavor and unlike the other natural gina betters. Once you stir it together. The oil doesn't float back to the top trader. Joe's peanut butter is so good that i have bought jars of it for my co workers to convince them to make the switch. So that's my number one trader joe's pick but what does america love. We're gonna check in with inside trader. Joe's the trader joe's podcast to see which products came out on top in their twelve annual customer choice awards category in the twelfth annual customer choice awards beverages the envelope. Please and the winner for favorite beverage sparkling black tea with peach juice. What a great year this product has had its first year out and almost instant customer favourite. That's exciting to see. Congratulations the next category. In the twelfth annual customer choice awards snacks the winner here not so surprisingly peanut butter pretzels because choice award for favorite desserts and sweet product goes learn dark chocolate peanut butter force. It out tough loss for joshua's beloved chantilly cream vanilla. Bean mini sheet cake. You were robbed chantilly cream. Vanilla bean mini chic ache. The next category in our annual customer choice awards entrees and the winner is mandarin orange chicken. This product received ten times as many votes as the second-highest vote-getter in this category and now the favorite overall product will it be. My peanut butter will be the nineteenth sent bananas. Willett beat the giant corn nuts. I like to eat on hikes for years. Mandarin orange chicken was the winner of this award every year year after year. It was just everybody's favorite and last year a new contender. Everything but the bagel seasoning came in and just took the award. I would like to bring in somebody who can sing us to the winner. Congrats congrad ze two men brin brin congratulations again to mandarin orange. Chicken winner of favorite overall at the twelfth annual customer. Choice awards really. I was so surprised by this best entree and best all around product. I have to say. I am feeling zero foam. Oh about never having tried trader. Joe's mandra orange chicken which means i can't really have an opinion. I haven't tried it. But i am not a fan of that dish in general even chinese restaurants and i don't buy frozen meals but i think that this tells you a lot about the way that americans eat. I'm gonna stick with peanut butter by mid tea and the sharp new zealand cheddar. But i want to know what your favorite favorite things are to get at trader. Joe's if you are listening to this episode within twenty four hours of dropping go to my instagram stories. I'm at hello rachel bell.

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"belle " Discussed on Your Last Meal With Rachel Belle

Your Last Meal With Rachel Belle

01:40 min | 1 year ago

"belle " Discussed on Your Last Meal With Rachel Belle

"I'm rachel bell. And this is your last meal a show about famous people in the stories behind the foods. They love most today on the program. Tony and grammy nominated broadway star actor and musician. Joshua henry joshua been in nine broadway shows. He played aaron burr in the first tour of hamilton. He did lin. Manuel miranda's in the heights. And he played the lead role of billy bigelow in carousel. And the son. You're hearing right now. Is checking in the new single from his very first album. Grow joshua and i talk about the food he ate growing up my parents cook this incredible jamaican cuisine. An we talked about what he eats now as busy working dad because stars are just like us. Part of his last meal comes from trader. Joe's it's hard for me not to eat the whole thing at one time. It's just delicious leader in the show. We'll check in with the trader. Joe's podcast to find out what this year's top products are. And we're going to dig into joshua's jamaican heritage with cookbook author and to make in culinary historian. Virginia burke i've been doing this show for five years we've looked into the history of many cuisines and foods but i think that jamaica might have the most interesting food history. That i am personally encountered. It's melting pot. I mean. I think it's something to make very proud of is the fact that these cultures of our integrated together and it's reflected in the pool. Of course it's.

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"belle " Discussed on Your Last Meal With Rachel Belle

Your Last Meal With Rachel Belle

07:21 min | 1 year ago

"belle " Discussed on Your Last Meal With Rachel Belle

"Hello going on shukla. That isaac mizrahi fashion designer author and performer. Lucky lucky little old me. Isaac have become friends since he was on the show in two thousand nineteen is like has a lot of opinions on food and dining somehow takes if you will so now i present to you a little segment. I'd like to call. I'll tell you. What with isaac mizrahi you. what what. I don't like as much as i thought. I liked which is fine dining. I don't like it that much. I don't like sitting there for hours. You know like eleven madison right. It's like eleven hours. Yeah i'll tell you what has gotten so out of hand. Dolly is pickling pickling and brining. Things like everything is like so piccoli and briny and vinegar. I don't like it that much. did you notice. There's a huge pickle brine moment going on it's almost upsetting and everyone say acid acid. You mean lemon juice like what the hell you talking about right. Acid is lemon juice or vinegar. Like what other acids are there. Can you tell me. Sorry just saying acid really so that was twenty nine thousand nine. Let's flash forward to my recent conversation with isaac miserably so over the years. You've no doubt gone to so many parties and award shows and big gala. Where there's you know a lot of celebrities around a lot of models since you're into fashion. What is the food like at these parties and do people eat and do you eat. Darling i've been to gallows honey. I've been to parties. I've been to every place in europe. I've been to like i mean this like you know. Major fancy places in france like in verse. I there was a party. I'm not kidding. And you know and it's like wow foie gras for two hundred how the hell did they swing that. A lot of lettuce delicious. It's a lot of like lot of cruelty to from that particular dinner and it's delicious. French really know how to eat they really do and they do catering very well but no one really does it that. Well i mean like of all the places i've ever been for all that census that can't seem to ever get catering right so eat something before you go to a gall and yeah supermodels. Don't eat like anna winter. That was like the joke. You would go to dinner with her. And she would order. Like you know a brontosaurus burger or something. And then she would take one by and would bus it. You know so when you're at a party. What is the food that you gravitate to. Well i have to say you know. I love hors d'oeuvre. It's like the mike one of my favorite things like of course an rn cini a little slider or something. Of course we adore but the thing is every every every time. I have this one chef that i work with sometimes anytime. I have a cocktail party. She makes this divine nut. Mix like mix of nuts on the recipe is from union square cafe. Did you ever go to union square cafe bar now. Is this the. Dr layman's drawn. Yes darling that's not the only reason to go to the union square cafe bars. It's a great restaurant. See years since. I can remember like in the eighties. Something or the nineties going to that bar and going i'll have another bowl of nuts because they're buttery and their rosemary and they're sticky and they're divided and i could do the for the whole night. You can have the recipe in there. Cook bookings would've and so every time. I have a cocktail party. She makes bowls of it. And it's all gone like people just go for it. What is the best drink with those nuts. Well you know. I like a campari and soda. These days i can't drink. I'm not a drinker. And you know. I did this thing with jacques pan about a month ago where he was celebrating something. I don't know what the hell sent all this food in this big flight of wine and he sent this champagne and i used to love champagne and now if i have one sip of champagne instantly get a headache. But he sent the champagne that was so divine. I don't care. Drank the whole thing. And i was by myself and i went over two days and it was flat the second. I didn't care so delicious wine that he sent. I don't know what it was. And i threw the bottle where i was like. I don't wanna see what enjoyed it is now. Time to reveal the answers from the teeny tiny trivia. That i did at the start of the show number one. The guest who wanted potato lot goes that is retired. Tennis star maria sharapova. I made them a couple of months ago and we usually make them when there is either a birthday or some type of celebration number two. It was steven page from the bare naked. Ladies who wants mozzarell- soup. I say soup is a treat. That's my slogan. What is your favorite soup. I don't know it changes a lot of good months soup if it's a really rich chicken broth that's fantastic and that was my last. Meal am the fifth anniversary episode of your last meal. Pay nicki bluhm. And i wanted to wish a happy. Fifth anniversary to your last meal. Thanks to all my guests over the past five years you can. Of course go back and listen to any of the episodes that you missed jenny. Slate steven page from bare naked. Ladies john waters nicki bluhm ken jennings and so many more. Thanks so much to my guests who came back today. Like isaac mizrahi he. You can find everything you need to know about him at. Hello isaac dot com. You can even find a couple of videos of is it could mean cooking together in his manhattan apartment. Thank you to lyrics born. Make sure to check out his youtube cooking. Show it's called dinner in place and check out that new song. It's called anti so many thanks to tom. Douglas who not only was the first guest on my show. You're less meal. But he's had as a guest many times on his radio show slash podcast. It's called hot stove society food and you've been show. Many times are welcome to come on our show anytime but show every five years. You'll special your last meal is produced by laura scott and me and theme. Music is by prom queen who just released a brand new album. Britney spears covers called lucky. look it up. Make sure you're following along on instagram. It's hello rachel bell. If you're listening on apple podcasts. Give us a quick star review or leave a comment. It does help the algorithm and gets the show out to more people. I'm rachel bell. And this is your last meal. I'm isaac mizrahi. And you're listening to my last meal. Podcasts your meal. You're okay okay. you're fine. I'm one of the few people who still gets a tree delivered to my newspaper box every morning. I just love it. I like getting the sunday new york times. But i don't get it any good story It is crazy and amazing. I think these aerosmith songs and cryan He this is tom. Douglas unhappy five us us..

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"belle " Discussed on Your Last Meal With Rachel Belle

Your Last Meal With Rachel Belle

07:04 min | 1 year ago

"belle " Discussed on Your Last Meal With Rachel Belle

"Awareness to asian american racism and hate crimes. Who's the man bay area rapper. Lyrics born was a guest on your last meal in october. Two thousand eighteen or home. Mom used to make. Kimchi shot to young soon. So i had this giant glass barrel of kiss was in the. You know the nineties before you could buy kimchi trader. Joe's actually this is before trader. Joe's and it's in our like biscuit colored maytag refrigerator in college. Yeah it super loud. Refrigerators all night to keep that. Kimchi cold that's right. I had two gallons of kimchi. My roommates were like to hell is. This man is taken about his damn space and they thought it was funny. They call it bloody lettuce you know and i say put no guys it's spicy. It's got probiotic qualities. You should really partake. Get that damn bloody led us. You know what i mean. What are you doing with that. they would ask me. You know. I'm like i eat this. Hell yes and this is. Why have great gut hill before the pandemic lyrics born and his wife joy would spend about a third of the year on the road on tour but as soon as the pandemic it just like all other musicians. They found themselves at home. It was the first time. Lb had taken a tour break like that in twenty years. His family good food. They love to eat so during lockdown. Lb started making cooking videos sharing easy healthy meals on instagram and now on youtube do it again to dinner. In place javanese breakfast so what does lyrics born left snack on at a party. What is the dish that he's gonna stand next to you all night long. You know first of all. I think we have to be kind of eminently specific as to what kind of party. We're going to hear if i'm going to a party at my in-laws place or on my wife's side of the family but filipino. Party experience is very different. Than if i go to another friend's party where it's gonna be like tortilla chips and seven layer dip. Yeah so what is the filipino. Party experience like foodwise. I've never met a group of people who can porty horder philippine really. Yes and it doesn't even involve. Alcohol is alcohol. Maybe a little bit of mondavi but the spread is just not my favorite. You know when you go to filipino body. And there's just the big ten foil trays laid out. You know like in they'll be full of lumpia or sometimes there's What's called lead joan. Which is like a giant. Just pig. Which i don't eat i don't eat pork but everybody's fighting for the year. Everybody wants the ear but my favorite filipino party is what's called the mongoose seasick. It's like a big tray amidst fish to this day. I have no idea how to make it. Find an walsum recipe anywhere. It's just something that you kinda have to know how to make in when i asked for the rest of the everybody's like oh you know just a little this in a little bit and i'm just like with the hill. How do i do. I will work next to the bungles in. It's the absolute best. I mean i will stay there all day long. That's what i do at a filipino. Forty this is a new dish to me. So i consulted many many cooking blog and bengals. Sig is a whole milk fish. That gets marinated in vinegar. Soy sauce and garlic then it gets fried then they flake it up with a fork until lots of little flaky pieces and mix it with saute ginger and garlic onions and chillies and callum on c. juice. Which is a citrus fruit. Then they mixed in mayonnaise and a lot of the recipes. I saw garnished with which are pork rinds. And then they sprinkle some raw onion on top one of my other parties. I gotta say i'm gonna hang out by the seven layer hundred percent because these are not things that you make it home really i. Don't you know the beans. Guacamole ended It's it looks like a cross section of the planet earth. You know the all these layers you know. It's the ultimate food gasm for me. And it's something like you indulge in only once or twice a year really. You know i love that. Visible like the earth's crust and the hut lava magma layer and the mandible. Is that the mandible day. Make that up manta. Mandible is the battle. The mandible is your jaw. Yes i'm glad you're here with your mandible. So for a seven layer dip. Do you want one that somebody layered themselves or you cool with like the pre made one that you combine the grocery store. I'm cool with both. I love the ones that people make it home because they're just so imperfect but i love seven layer dip that you eat too soon. The like the beans are still high. This hour kramer's cold in academy drooling as as we discuss this. Yeah you need to have anywhere around your neck with like a strap. Just for the drove horses. Eat oats exactly that you need a truck and catcher dream catchers just drill catheters. You are going to bring something to a party or having people over. What is the thing that you make you think is the best known for first of all. I like to bring alcohol one. Because it's easy number to everybody loves you. When you walk in with an unopened bottle of jameson or tequila and then i like to make a japanese style of egypt sesame greg like he kinda trump. The woods avocado auburn that nina. Just because something everybody loves you know when you taste it with like the sesame oil and neither troll your your burn like the baller snacks. If someone brought that to my house. I would be so excited. I would put it in the bathroom and hide it and eat it by myself all night. It goes immediately. It's just gone deserves. Like what's this. I told they'll be about my love for the little smokies in a crock pot at a party vertebral. I've never seen a crock pot. That look new. Like oh they're always white with the weird flower point. Look like they were stolen off. The set of three's company partridge totally or somebody just founded on the curve. Somebody let god..

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"belle " Discussed on Your Last Meal With Rachel Belle

Your Last Meal With Rachel Belle

02:47 min | 1 year ago

"belle " Discussed on Your Last Meal With Rachel Belle

"Is served in a cocktail glass. Shrimp cocktails heyday was between the nineteen sixties in the one thousand nine hundred eighty s. But i still love it today and so does somebody other people they sell it at grocery stores you can order it at steakhouses but his english food writer. Nigel slater wrote about the prawn cocktail as they call it. In britain quote it has spent most of its life seesawing song from the height of fashion to the laughably pass a and is now often served a degree of irony in honor of my last meal party foods. I in asking my guests about their favourite party foods after the break. We're gonna check in with our first celebrity mystery guest and you're going to want to listen to this entire episode. If you're somebody who stops early do not do that. Because coming up in the last segment segment. Three isaac news ryan. You're listening to your last meal. Podcast the fabulous rachel bell and when i say fabulous. I mean fabulous. This is like one of the best podcasts and all of the podcast universe and so lucky you and happy fifth anniversary love. We'll be right back. I love pizza so much that i've been starting to wonder if i was a pizza in my last life and one of my pizza dreams was to have my very own pizza oven but that seemed like something that fancy people do just totally out of reach. That is until i discovered the uni pizza oven. I bought my pizza oven about three years ago and it has changed my entire pizza life. First of all the ludi. Pizza oven is incredibly affordable. It is compact. So even though i don't have a backyard i can use my own pizza oven up on my rooftop. You could use it on your apartment. Balcony it is so small that you could take it to the park. You could take it to a campsite but most importantly you will impress yourself by making the best pizza of your life honestly. This pizza oven can get up to nine hundred fifty degrees fahrenheit which means in theory. You could cook a pizza in sixty seconds. I now make neopolitan pizza. As good as any pizzeria i've ever been to. I'm talking about shui. Bubbly blistering crest. I love to use fresh san marzano tomato sauce melting mozzarella little pepperoni cups that curl up into crispy. Pepperoni hot tubs. I can hardly get through this out. I am drooling right now. They have five different models to choose from from the wood. Pellet pizza oven. That i have to the coda. Twelve gas powered all the way up to the karu. Sixteen multi fuel pizza oven so bring the joy of great pizza to your backyard or patio or park or campsite fulfill your lifetime goal of eating more delicious pizza at your very own home. Go to uni dot com slash your last meal. That's uni.

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"belle " Discussed on Your Last Meal With Rachel Belle

Your Last Meal With Rachel Belle

05:05 min | 1 year ago

"belle " Discussed on Your Last Meal With Rachel Belle

"Episode. So today i'm welcoming back a few of my favorite guests to talk about their favorite party foods. Now these are mystery guests who will reveal themselves throughout the episode. So don't ask me who don't bother me find out eventually. There's no rush. And i'm also going to flip the script a little bit the very first episode of your last meal aired on august ninth 2016. And my first guest was seattle chef and restaurateur tom douglas. He has a handful of restaurants in seattle that are currently open including seatown and fish. Fry serious pie downtown. Dahlia bakery and serious takeout. Here's a clip from the first episode. Who have a phobia about my last meal. I was going in for colonoscopy yesterday. And i there's a percentage chance that you could die at the on the table really of course anytime you go under anesthesia. Anything like that. Yeah you could die. And so i really thought about the night before what was going to be my last dinner before my surgical procedure and i sat there at the palace kitchen and i had all my favorite things off the menu at the palace as my last supper. Was that the first time that you'd had a last meal or have you done this. I've done it before meals if you had probably a dozen. So what was your last meal before. You're calling oscar was so a couple of weeks ago. Tom came over to my house to interview me about my last meal. You know what would have been really nice. Not often invited to people's houses where they especially at lunchtime where they don't provide a can of beans holding my microphone down and it's the co bring. Your own can opener. I know i thought about that. Actually this morning. I'm like am i supposed to put out a relish the spread so to speak. Clearly i'm a terrible host but i'm your host so if you wouldn't mind taking off your shoes it's b. y. o. B. grab a bag ice on the way over maybe a wedge that humble fog cheese that i like all right. Let's get this party started. So let's get started so five years is a very long time. What answer when you've asked all these people. I'm not sure how many people you've done. But what was the answer that made you want to marry the person because they're so cool it's been maybe about one hundred and ten people and i have found over the five years that there are a lot of vegans and a lot of jewish people in entertainment. Sometimes a crossover between the two. So i get excited every time. Someone does choose a jewish meal because that's kind of at the heart of me of somebody picks potato lot gez or multiple suit immediately bond with that. I'm interrupting myself to a little bit of five year anniversary trivia. So i'm gonna play you some sound of the person who wanted lot kaz and the person who wanted of soup see if you know the answer and i will reveal the answers at the very end of the show. What would you choose to eat for your last meal. I've thought about this question for a few days now but my final answer is the potato latkes because i get to put sour cream on them which in russia that is. Are you put sour cream on everything. It's like our catch up. My other favorite food is soup. Any soup just an old man. Oh i'm told. I read an article once that he would have a huge party but he'd be upstairs nisa pajamas. He would be eating soup and then he'd come down to say hello. Hello and then you'd go back up and probably like another bowl of soup. The soup change daily. I don't know i wait. We will never know now anyways. Final meal at the full the full jewish holiday thing so i get my suits my multiple soup. I didn't like the weirder people. So john waters he picked a single leaf of a ruge. Because when you die you lose control of your bowels. And i don't want to be a mess for anyone which would not be my last meal at all because i'm far more gluttonous but i like people who chose something a little bit odd because they hit a reason behind it. I liked william shatner. Because he's too hot for tv. He said he was working on a show. Called mills. robot like defeat is The title of a cooking. Show that we're kind of organizing. I've gotten both positive negative reaction. What would it be about. What do you mean would it be about you. Cook something and a mother would Eat it and enjoy it whether she likes it or not. Well i mean if she was lactating we'd get her. We'd be we'd feed or something else. I have a A dog and she's in heat. I mean really need so. She's gotten weird about her food. And i guess Women who Get pregnant get weird about their food. Well if i may suggest a spin off show mouth matz. I'd like to feed all about pregnant and in heat dogs..

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"belle " Discussed on Today in True Crime

Today in True Crime

06:29 min | 1 year ago

"belle " Discussed on Today in True Crime

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European wax center has added enhanced health and hygiene measures for extra confidence in care. What do you have to lose other than some hair head to weck center dot com to book your reservation today. That's wax center dot com to book your reservation today and remember your first. Wax is free and now back to the story on july twenty ninth. Eighteen sixty two. The northern army finally imprisoned one of the south's most dedicated spies eighteen year. Old belle boyd. She was locked up in washington. Dc where all she could do was await the end of the american civil war but it turned out. Luck was on boyd side later that same year. The union army released boyd in a prisoner swap. They sent boy to richmond. Virginia the capital of the confederacy freed from captivity bell travelled straight home where she immediately resumed her old tricks but by now she was already well known so she was practically useless as a spy. The union caught her again in july of eighteen. Sixty three a year after her first arrest but bell was undeterred. She waved confederate flags out her cell window and loudly sang. Dixie for all the nearby union guards to hear she even set up. A method of communicating with the outside confederate sympathizers shot arrows with rubber balls through her window with a bow. She would then so messages into the ball before tossing it back out again during her five month. Long prison sentence. She fell deathly ill with typhoid fever. Barely surviving to tell the tale after she recovered. The union army released her and expelled her to the south. Once again buoyed went back to her old tricks this time as a courier instead of a spy despite nearly getting caught again buoyed stayed out of northern. Clutches made her way to england and married a year later. The south lost the civil war. But even this didn't get in the way of bell boyd's legacy. Her postwar career was almost stranger than her time as a spy. Boyd had one daughter of her own. She was a ruthless mother. Even shooting at a young suitor who insulted her daughter by eighteen sixty five. She was reportedly living on her own. As a widow it was around then that she released her memoirs belle boyd in camp and prison she also took to the stage starring in productions all across england. Eventually she returned to the states and continued to act in plays. She wrote herself a one woman lecture and performance tour in eighteen sixty six. She named her new one woman. Show the perils of a spy and styled herself as cleopatra of the succession belle boyd had quite a reputation in the south but she still found herself financially struggling now with five children and a new husband. Her life was dramatically different than she had imagined. It would be. She died of a heart attack on stage in nineteen hundred at the age of fifty six though many women spied for both sides during the american civil war. Bell boyd's boldness and strange glamour has fascinated historians throughout the ages. No doubt her memory will one day. Fade along with the oppression. She fought for. Thanks for listening today in true crime. I'm vanessa richardson. If you're interested in more stories about the american civil war check out our episodes of unsolved murders on the death of confederate sympathizer. John rains you can find more episodes of today in true crime. And all other spotify originals. From podcast for free on spotify. We'll be back with a brand new episode tomorrow in true crime today in. True crime is a spotify. Original from podcast. It is executive produced by max cutler. Sound design by paul liba skin with production assistance by ron shapiro. Trent williamson carly madden and aaron larson. This episode of today in true crime was written by matthew team. Draw with writing assistance by terrel wells and fact checking by amber hurley. I'm vanessa richardson. Hi everyone we're excited to announce that beginning august second today and true crime will be exclusively on spotify there you'll be able to replay your favorite episodes and find all future episodes for free. All you have to do is download the spotify app and search today in true crime. Then you'll have access to this show all other podcast shows and literally millions of other podcasts. And it won't cost you a thing. Thanks for listening today. And true crime. Your loyalty means everything and i look forward to seeing you exclusively on spotify starting august second..

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"belle " Discussed on Female Criminals

Female Criminals

02:02 min | 1 year ago

"belle " Discussed on Female Criminals

"Bell and mads lived a relatively quiet uneventful life in the suburbs. There were no more fires. No suspicious payouts. In fact there's hardly anything to note from this period of her life but then in eighteen ninety six one of the foster children under bells care died and then another in eighteen ninety eight officially the cause of death for both was colitis which is a chronic digestive disease. Not one batted. An eye at the diagnosis. Colitis was common enough at the time and no one dreamed of blaming bell. In fact she went on to adopt three more kids. Jenny myrtle and lucy without any problems but in more recent years there's some suspicion that bell might have had a hand in the children's deaths. We don't want to speculate too much here. Given that there's no real evidence to back anything up but for reasons that will become obvious later on many now suspect that the colitis was caused by strychnine poisoning. If that was in fact the case then that was the first time bell killed. It's hard to understand why she would want to kill her foster children. But we simply don't know what was going on in the household at that time. Whatever it was by nineteen hundred forty one year old bell was restless. There's nothing to tell us why but she wanted another fresh start. She reminisced about the last time she was able to start from square one. How easy it had been to set the fire. Get paid and start over. She wondered if she could set fire to their new house and get the same result but she had to admit the doing the exact same thing again might raise eyebrows so she tried to think of other ways to get similar results and then she hit on an idea. Maybe it wasn't a place. She had to get rid of but a person.

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"The Murder Farm": The Story of 19th Century Serial Killer Belle Gunness

Female Criminals

02:02 min | 1 year ago

"The Murder Farm": The Story of 19th Century Serial Killer Belle Gunness

"Bell and mads lived a relatively quiet uneventful life in the suburbs. There were no more fires. No suspicious payouts. In fact there's hardly anything to note from this period of her life but then in eighteen ninety six one of the foster children under bells care died and then another in eighteen ninety eight officially the cause of death for both was colitis which is a chronic digestive disease. Not one batted. An eye at the diagnosis. Colitis was common enough at the time and no one dreamed of blaming bell. In fact she went on to adopt three more kids. Jenny myrtle and lucy without any problems but in more recent years there's some suspicion that bell might have had a hand in the children's deaths. We don't want to speculate too much here. Given that there's no real evidence to back anything up but for reasons that will become obvious later on many now suspect that the colitis was caused by strychnine poisoning. If that was in fact the case then that was the first time bell killed. It's hard to understand why she would want to kill her foster children. But we simply don't know what was going on in the household at that time. Whatever it was by nineteen hundred forty one year old bell was restless. There's nothing to tell us why but she wanted another fresh start. She reminisced about the last time she was able to start from square one. How easy it had been to set the fire. Get paid and start over. She wondered if she could set fire to their new house and get the same result but she had to admit the doing the exact same thing again might raise eyebrows so she tried to think of other ways to get similar results and then she hit on an idea. Maybe it wasn't a place. She had to get rid of but a person.

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"belle " Discussed on Your Last Meal With Rachel Belle

Your Last Meal With Rachel Belle

04:57 min | 1 year ago

"belle " Discussed on Your Last Meal With Rachel Belle

"Dive has been banned for seventeen years. So they've done their fair. Share of touring which means eating a lot of meals together as they drive around the country from show to show. We were on a long drive. Like one of those day-long our drives that we've done so many of and me being me. I plotted out where we should eat lunch. Stop for lunch five hours before we had to stop for lunch and i was like. We're going to stop in richmond. We're going to go to the mellow mushroom. We're gonna get pizza. They have gluten free pizza there. And we're gonna pizza for lunch and we're gonna be so happy because the drive is horrible and we were in our pajamas and yeah we stopped. We got the pizza and then we were. We're actually sitting like in the back of a parking lot like on the grounds eating pizza in our pajamas. And yeah this car of people drove by and they were like five. And you're like god just look all shape was on display. We were like this is now when we it was great. It was wonderful really. Don't remember that at all rachel. Remember these things because she pays attention to the little details. Rachel you have a special affinity for remembering what people eight at meals that you've had with this. Yeah i just have a weird weird memory for food. I think a lot of ways. Like i'm really concerned with what everyone's eating in like unlike interested and i also want to make sure they're eating enough and i wanna make sure they get what they want. So i like to keep track of what everyone's eating so that the next time or somewhere our remember i'll be like oh we ate at this restaurant and like you order this in this and trust me like you're gonna like it. Oh that's sweet. Yeah i feel like this also ties into another superpower. Rachel has which is like this would happen with mcduck a lot on the road. He had like a phobia about ordering food. It's just like a mental block. He could make a choice. And so it'd be like rachel. I need you and without missing a beach. It'd be like he'll take the number five now mayo outside of blah blah blah. And he'd be it would come and he'd he'd be like rachel. This is exactly what i wanted to do now. I know what everybody wants to eat. Credit is that is released special though because that's such care. What you did is is very loving that you remember. Yeah sure sometimes it's controlling but yes you will have number five knowing all of that. What is mike like. What do you know about him to know what he should order. Yeah well likes diet has changed a lot in the last ten years. So it's been hard for me to keep up. I know that mike like a nice fish. He loves them vegetable and he loves like a healthy starch of some type and then on occasion he's going to indulge is gonna get like a french fry or like a sandwich with like a sauce definitely generally is very very very healthy eater and those were the last meals of rachel price and michael breeze from lake street. Dive check out their new album. It's called obviously and check out their tour schedule. Live music is back. Go to lake street. Dive dot com to see. If they're coming to your city they're going to be performing it. When a my favorite local venues chateau say michelle. Winery and woodinville washington in september. Thanks to melissa crawford. Her book we are the babysitter's club. Essays artwork from grownup readers is coming out july six. But you can go online right now and pre-order it and thanks jennifer at person who wrote an essay for that book. This episode was produced by laura scott in me theme music by prom queen mixture and follow along on instagram. Hello rachel bell that's b. l. l. e. And if you like the show tell your friends. I'm rachel bell and this is your last meal doing well actually. It's been a rough morning an hour ago. I got kenny g. Song stuck in my head. I don't even listen to kenny g. And it's still in there. Where did it come from. That's his secret magical power. I love when people talk about sex in the city. And they'll say something like oh i'm kerry with miranda rising so. Do you do the same thing with babysitters club whoop. What is your babysitters clubs star sign. I mean i definitely related a lot chew claudia and identified a lot with stacy in different ways. Because i've gotten older like need either some christie some maryanne in there as well. But what about you. I don't like who. I am with the baby. But i a lot of christie because i can be pretty bossy. Type christie's awesome though..

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Schwarber's 12th homer in 10 games helps Nats over .500

AP News Radio

00:41 sec | 1 year ago

Schwarber's 12th homer in 10 games helps Nats over .500

"Cal's former led off the first inning with his twelfth home run in ten games to ignite the nationals four three win over the rays Schwarber tight Albert Belle in nineteen ninety five for the most home runs over ten game span since at least nineteen oh one really good at the plate and I was happy to put it out there in that situation and yeah this is the smiling you know this he brought a wave one sort of followed two batters later with a two run drive Victor Robles added a solo shot in the second for a four nothing lead in Washington's twelfth win in fifteen games Joe Ross gave up two runs and six hits over six and a third for his third win in his last four outings rich hill allowed the three nets homers and took the loss I'm Dave Ferrie

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"belle " Discussed on Your Last Meal With Rachel Belle

Your Last Meal With Rachel Belle

03:15 min | 1 year ago

"belle " Discussed on Your Last Meal With Rachel Belle

"One ever says that about coffee. Yeah there is coffee totally. Just you know it's just leif. I love my i. Guess my favorite way to cook asparagus to grill it. Because i love that combination of like smokey and a little bit charred. But i keep it really crunchy so i'm definitely like a medium to large stock asparagus. So that you have a little a little play time a little room to get like nice color without over cooking so yeah. That's one of those that like salt pepper olive oil. Finishing with lemon is like a great way to honor the asparagus. It's really delicious raw. So another really yummy thing that you can do with. It is cutting it on the bias. A little bit. So you get like those sort of oval shaped pieces and that is incredibly delicious with lots of great at parm olive oil more flaky. Salt some chili flake a little bit. And letting that marinate for twenty or thirty minutes. It'll get super juicy. And that could be something that you put onto toast to make a brisk data or you could serve it on a nice lake soft. We'll of mott's or you could take that mixture and make pasta or rice and then just stir. The cold marinated asparagus into that at the end. And it'll just kind of get warmed through tons of herbs like mentor del. Basil would be still good with that. Okay now i know what i'm making. This goes like going. Yes yes on the mozzarella okay. I'm gonna really put you on the spot. Because i just thought of this so you can like take a minute or spit out like first thing you think so. Let's say it was your last meal and you're gonna do the mark pitman style where you were going to make what was in season and what looked good. You can choose the season you can choose whatever time a year Okay well if i was gonna do the seasonal fang it might be just a giant court of the best blueberries and those. I kind of eat them by the festival. Like there's something so like indulgent and awesome about eating those on the walk home or if i'm out at the beach that's the my favorite forum standards a little bit of a drive to wear need to go just eating them in the car. Hand to face. And i wouldn't even need anything to drink with that. But i love blueberries. They come with their juice. That's right.

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Troubles Pile up Ahead of Ethiopia's First Polls Under Abiy

BBC Newsday

02:06 min | 1 year ago

Troubles Pile up Ahead of Ethiopia's First Polls Under Abiy

"Tens of millions are expected to vote in critical national polls in June. They'll be the first parliamentary elections since Prime minister at the Cabinet came to power three years ago. The BBC's Calculon you, Belle tell looks ahead. What the elections mean for Africa's second most populous nation. Maybe he's just come. Pains are gearing up and voting day is fast approaching. It's an election marred with controversy long before its season began. It was supposed to be held last year when the pandemic hit. It was rescheduled. Delay amplified tensions between the federal government and the other leaders. Off progressed. It Ushering in a disastrous conflict. Now it's six months. 1.7 million people are food different. Thousands of Children have been separated from their families. At the time. Political elites integrate accused the prime minister of attempting to stay in power illegally and help their own regional election which the government in at this intern deemed unlawful. In other parts of the country. Violent incidents have continued to claim civilian lives, disrupting the electoral process. In the most populous cystic or MIA, two major opposition parties are not running concerns over on a better violence in the absence off some key opposition groups prompted some, including a number of U. S senators to call for Paul's to be rescheduled again. Meanwhile, the European Union has canceled plans to send election observers next month. It couldn't agree with the Japan authorities over the perimeters off its mission. The government, however, size up holding elections are instrumental for upholding democracy. Democrats in Daytona guff, everyone competing parties, the public. The government have to work with a great sense of responsibility so that democracy is not aborted so that there's no turning back from the journey was started from which we saw a glimmer of hope those of us Ethiopians who do not wish to see a kind of

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Off-Duty Chicago Police Officer Shoots Man Who Broke Into Officer’s Home

WGN Programming

00:16 sec | 1 year ago

Off-Duty Chicago Police Officer Shoots Man Who Broke Into Officer’s Home

"A home invader was shot and seriously injured by a homeowner in Albany Park. Police arrived at Belle Plain and Kenzi just before one a.m. to find the man with facial injuries. Nobody else was hurt. We are told the incident involved in off duty Chicago police officer As we learn more, we will pass it along.

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Seattle Weather: Heavy rain with possible storms, drying out by Tuesday afternoon

News and Perspective with Taylor Van Cise

00:34 sec | 1 year ago

Seattle Weather: Heavy rain with possible storms, drying out by Tuesday afternoon

"Zone Banda shower, setting up right over parts of Puget Sound, especially South sound, a location that could see locally heavy rain and maybe an isolated cloud to ground lightning strikes with something to keep an eye out for near Belle Fair. Rafe, you all the way into Olympia and parts of Pierce County. Now the snow, the Cascades has been slowly winding down. We will see locally heavier snow, continuing parts of the far Southern Cascades that could impact White passed throughout the afternoon and evening hours, otherwise drying out and warming up back into the mid fifties Tuesday afternoon, and the Cold Weather Center meteorologist Kristen Clarke in Seattle right now, we're getting

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Spa killing spree leaves 8 dead in metro Atlanta; suspect captured

Atlanta's Morning News

01:29 min | 1 year ago

Spa killing spree leaves 8 dead in metro Atlanta; suspect captured

"Is made in connection to the Shootings. Bring it three Metro area Spaz. Eight people are dead, six of them. Asian women Company. Best beaches show right begins our livened up team coverage with details of what authorities who saying about crime? Yes, God, and there are a lot of authorities that are involved Federal, state and local police all investigating the shooting three that began Tuesday afternoon just before five PM at Young's Asian massage on Highway 92, Belle's very road and backward. Or people will kill their explains Captain J. Baker. We haven't released information on victims because we have family members on the scene. We're still trying to get people identified and get that information to them. One man was shot outside the business. His niece, Adriana, Mahir, shot my own corps, and they only saw like him lying down. And then he only had time to call my aunt. He's recovering at the hospital. But the suspect now identified as 21 year old Robert Aaron, long hops in his SUV and head south on 75. He gets off and heads to Piedmont Road in northeast Atlanta to two more Asian spots where he shoots and kills four more Asian women before fleeing again. The suspect had south on I 75 after the shooting rampage received information that a murder suspect out of north Georgia was getting close to enter in our county. Crisp county Sheriff Billy Hancock says they were ready when he Out there. Troopers and deputy set up along the interstate and made contact with the suspect at about 8:30 P.m.. The State patrol performed a pit maneuver, causing the vehicle to spin out of control. The suspect was arrested without incident. Long is currently being held in the Chris County Jail on murder charges.

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pisode #35  Le voyage initiatique de la maternit et parentalit avec Bianca Thuot - burst 3

Conversations pour Elle, partages de sagesse féminine

05:02 min | 1 year ago

pisode #35 Le voyage initiatique de la maternit et parentalit avec Bianca Thuot - burst 3

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Florida sending vaccine to Black towns near Lake Okeechobee

AP News Radio

00:51 sec | 2 years ago

Florida sending vaccine to Black towns near Lake Okeechobee

"I'm Julie Walker the predominantly black farming communities of Florida's lake Okeechobee we'll get a coronavirus vaccine station after public outcry over being left out that move comes after the state gave public supermarkets so local distribution rights leaving lower income families facing drives of twenty five miles to reach the nearest store the state emergency management director told the Associated Press it will set up a covert vaccine station in Belle glade to serve the area Palm Beach county's black residents are grossly underrepresented among its vaccine recipients according to the state health department about a third of the county seniors have received at least their first does but only three and a half percent of those vaccinations have been given to recipients who registered as black well below the twenty percent of the population they make up I'm Julie Walker

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Senators Call For Accountability From Colleagues After Capitol Riot

WTOP 24 Hour News

01:02 min | 2 years ago

Senators Call For Accountability From Colleagues After Capitol Riot

"State Senator Amanda Chase faces criticism for using the word Patriots in describing rioters of the Capitol building, even though she's apologized for some of her rhetoric. She's still facing censure from our colleagues in the Senate Chase, a loyal supporter of former president Trump spoken a D. C rally the morning of the attack, but says she left the area before the violence started. In a floor speech last week, Chase, said Ashley Babette's say her name honoring the rioters shot and killed by Capitol police. A censure resolution passed by a state Senate committee accuses Chase of four Menting insurrection against the United States. Its sponsor, Democrat, Senator John Bell, says he told Chase he would drop the resolution if she apologized and condemned to the riot in a floor speech yesterday, chased it both if I have offended Any of you in this room because I am very passionate about the Constitution. I apologize. But Belle said Chase did not go far enough, and he plans to move ahead with a full floor vote. Michelle Bash w T O P. News. How

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Hank Aaron, baseball's one-time home run king, dies at 86

Steve Scaffidi

01:46 min | 2 years ago

Hank Aaron, baseball's one-time home run king, dies at 86

"Morning We had a lot of conversation about the passing of Henry Aaron. And we're gonna have one more. A friend of the show and longtime walkie journalist Joanne Williams joins us. Good morning, Joanne. Morning, Steve, How are you? I am good at it. Zah day filled with sadness. But yet the Henry Aaron's story is so inspiring that I take some some of that with me as well. And I know you had Some familiarity with the story, having covered Milwaukee for as long as you did, so it's so share some of that. Well, I have more of a personal connection because his wife billionaire and had a TV show that I worked with. And she and I worked together for Ah, year so on that show, and she was really quite good, but she gave it up to stay with Hank when they moved back to Atlanta. So, uh, it's a tough day for me. The last time I talked to Hank was about Two years ago, when I called him to talk about a memoir I was writing and I I'm gonna ask him to write the foreword for it. But he said he was busy doing some other things. I should get back to him, and we never. We never got to do that. But The last time I know that he was in Milwaukee is that a lot of people would have seen him was with the movie for Belle Phillips. Was premiered at the warm at the Art museum, and he and Billy came into town for that. And so that was a nice That was a nice occasion to sew it, Zaveri sad day and they're a lot of people in Milwaukee who? Who knew Hank Aaron not just from baseball, but because he lived in the, uh He lived not far from where I used to live in there a lot of people who actually knew him. And his family. There is a

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Nick Cannon and Brittany Bell announce the arrival of baby Powerful Queen

Jason and Alexis

03:06 min | 2 years ago

Nick Cannon and Brittany Bell announce the arrival of baby Powerful Queen

"Got one of the best gifts of all a baby. Welcome back, everyone. It's Jason and Alexis in the morning on Alexis Dawn Grant all hanging out with you this morning, Jason and Kenny both off today. They can is a dad for the fourth time. That's cool. It is cool. He's has twins. Of course, of course with Mariah Carey there nine years old, now Moroccan and Monroe. He has a boy with Britney Belle, who's also the mom of this new baby, too. Ah, there's second. His his son is with her the first baby together his named Golden Golden. Okay, golden Cannon, huh? Which, okay and then, um, she just be really pause. Give you a really good or Wow. Um And then now she just gave birth to a baby girl. Her name is powerful Queen Cannon. Powerful queen. Yeah, Yeah. Wow! What do you think now is I wonder if the middle name is queen. Oh, on our power, old. Yeah, they don't really say. Okay, maybe powerful queen. It could just be like, you know. Or power, Joe Cannon. You know, you've got a golden cannon and a powerful cannon, golden and powerful cannon. Yeah, it's my problem. It's fine. You know celebrities do this. Yeah, that's true. What if you are somebody who's named after something like that, And you don't feel powerful, right? Like you something You don't like Queen or powerful. You feel like, um, a week. Servant? Yeah, the jester Or just like, all right, Or are you setting yourself up for someone being a brat? I mean, If they're like, I don't get what I want. I'm powerful queen. All right, calm down. Oh, gosh. To imagine the third person with that I'm powerful queen. Oh, yes, you are. You are. I don't mind the names like this. If you want to do it, by all means, but at least give like a middle name or a name in there. That's somewhat I don't want to say normal. It's a bad word here so that if the kid chooses down the road to not want to be powerful, they could be. You know, Lynn or whatever. If that's your middle name, Whatever. Just something in there that gives the kid the option to like. Hey, Mom, I think Maybe I'll take this powerful identity on when I'm a little more, You know, maybe really powerful queen to Queen. Yes, quick we can in. Well Oh, that sounds worse. Dad. I just quit work. Yes. Oh, well. Did he try to help her out there? God, no, That's true, Right? Okay. What? What else can you write? Shorten that too? Yeah, Power cannon. I don't know. But I guess she had a very intense empowering natural water birth. Oh, so Nick mentioned that to smell so Yeah, that's great. Wow. Yeah,

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Trump to hold rally in Georgia ahead of Senate runoffs

WSB programming

00:21 sec | 2 years ago

Trump to hold rally in Georgia ahead of Senate runoffs

"The site in time for President Trump's Runoff Eve Rally for GOP Senate candidates here in Georgia. The January 4th campaign rally will be held 7 P.m. at the Dalton Regional Airport. His last rally for senators for doing Leffler was held December 5th and Belle dos to Purdue and Leffler face. Democrats. Also often war knock in the January 5th runoff races.

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