17 Burst results for "Bisco"

"bisco" Discussed on The Projection Booth Podcast

The Projection Booth Podcast

08:21 min | 1 year ago

"bisco" Discussed on The Projection Booth Podcast

"Dot is one of the ironic things about yackobitz filmmaker in the is you say I think he did feel that he was re PA of that the generation of Slovak's who did not really feel any antagonism towards the checks he felt that these ethnic these cultural differences would not really important with noting to that Yaacob base go like a pace fellow slug that filmmakers from that same generation were farm your graduates, and so I think that possibly as one of the reasons why maybe he didn't feel that sense of distance difference from the new wave I'd come trust with with her We still can justify this film as a check Tamba entry because even thinking the production of the film I mean there are sort of check elements in Nassau, for instance, years used to Kota who plays. and. Who was in another? Of Yacob, iskoe's films I. Mean is a check actor at apparently there was some objections about him not speaking good enough. Slovak. I think he's dubbed Anyway in this film but. Clearly Yakobus. Goes happy to use a check out to the CO writer as well with check interesting late the correct delight to become the chief rabbi of Prague so. You've gotta a rabbi involved in the writing them, which is interesting. The race that sort of engagement I think we chat culture. As you say I think there is that you know the idea of the melting pot of mixing, infusing these different influences, different cultures together, and then of course, the the. National Element in this is the French element because this was I think this was a French co production and It's one of the film's really resulted from the production agreement that was set up in. Relation to upgrade and replace the man who lies which has been made I. Think he gave before in Slovakia. There is some kind of ugly the lap without film as well. I think the producer is the same cinematographer. And apparently. Yaacob Bisco, I believe chose this figure of Stefani Milan it who is this who was this Slovak statesman and with also French, general and I think Yacob Biskra chose. Stefanik has a motif partly because that's the kind of connecting point between France and Slovakia. So yes, something that's very true that he's interested in. Merging different influences or different cultural. Trump's together and Away I mean I. I I've I've argued before I think in in in in what I've written about this that I think there is a kind of postmodern element even kind of before postmodernism which radio thing in that you know you do get these. References to cultural phenomena from very different COMTEX I. Mean they referenced Mouth For instance, they reference. There's a Coca Cola Cam that you see at one point and some of these things seem completely alien really to this context. y'All think that's definitely true that he's bringing in a lot of these other elements as well. So I one of the main themes of these characters though isn't it because like one of them's g one, they come from these different backgrounds and shouldn't really be friends and they then form this tight close relationship despite that differences. So one of the main thing seems to be by overcoming those differences even though it kind of ends up badly for. Of them but. Yeah I think that's definitely true the I think you can see that connection between the characters I'm visions and your statement that you know we roll deciding basically not saying whether the Stefani memorial on the flag and You know Yackobitz feelings as a member of this year generation. So I think again, it relates to the idea that this generation has the possibility to be different and has the possibility to be more progressive than not to see these ethnic cultural differences anymore the Slovak flag is through there so much the red, the white and they blew. A little bit different than our red white and blue over here or your read writing white and blue. Cat. But also, uniting these three very different people that we do have. I'm trying to decipher what York's his fatherhood is motherhood I mean, he says that Stefanik was his father. Obviously that's more symbolic father but then they also say that they're all or fence Marta the jewel. Stocks about how polls killed her parents and Andre the poll talks about how Jews killed his parents. But we we don't necessarily find out what happened to your parents but all three of them are these orphans that are all living together and in the in this just wild dilapidated crazy house that they live in, which is right. Next door to what looks like some sort of an asylum which is filled with kids with little people with people. With Down Syndrome. So it's just a they kind of are these orphans who are living next to the fools, but they're playing the fools as well. I. Mean of course you're having his name Yorick tapping on that whole fool character from hamlet I thought was a very nice touch and it seems like they're kind of running away from the world by playing the fool and I think that comes through even in that initial voiceover week at from. Someone who says they're Yaqoob iskoe but sounds very much like a child. Yes I think that's a part of his game playing the way that it set up like that where you have yet statement. Iowa Yacob. Bisco, and then it's a child's voice then shifts to a woman's Voice I. Think That's I think a of setting up the kind of playfulness about identity am game-playing. Throughout. What I like in that introduction to is you see the kids you see the people I think with down. Syndrome. Possibly, and I think there is that sense of they embrace of. otherness to to word or this embrace of light marginalized people which I think the me I think ties in with a lot of watch of the filmmakers doing in the late sixties early seventies, how rough ski for instance but I think it also feels very hot bell I think women to. Almost identify with these people I think. It's the way of opening up this idea that you know. We can look at things from different perspectives. We're GONNA. See things you know not from the establishment inspectable, the dominant. Going to sort of take things from other points of view. Children, they want the central characters that like the children that live next door to them and I. Love the fact that these kids just seem to wonder in Iowa of the highest without old guy, the sage. I think Mike said he's is total I cannot regard but that like children. Even, though that so paying fulls, they can be very cruel but I saw can naive. About the one thing I never is the way it tends not to jump had in. The last stocked in the they've they've been forced to grow up it. Something that Yorick in particular solve rejects and he rejects Ni. But. All the way through the film that like these Berry carefree childish characters, you can do cruel destructive things but so can kid so. That very much alike kids even though that fully grown adults and the new teen sacks is while in the film. But that ideas about life to seem very, very childish and that just all about play they just WanNa play and do city things an interest me. This is connected to the Prague spring whether that's a comment on that is why like this freedom to explore and then all of a sudden it's gone or I don't know if I'm just reading too much into it but I think it's totally right to connect to the the political context I mean..

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"bisco" Discussed on a16z

a16z

03:48 min | 1 year ago

"bisco" Discussed on a16z

"Enzyme evolving to be better, there's entirely mechanical systems of all like open, and these pores in the plant cells to be able to let in more or less oxygen at different times of the day, and it's this highly complex thing that has evolved to make up for the just poor efficiency of one enzyme. The Tobias Herb lab developed essentially a synthetic calvin cycle so. So it's a different method for fixing co two into some sort of carbon containing substance icee dark cycle, you say Calvin Cycle Fun factoid is that it's actually the Calvin Benson Bassim Cycle, but Bassam doesn't want his name. Include it because he thinks it's a disservice to all the students that worked with him on the project, so he has requested that it be called. Called the Calvin Benson Cycle in the two thousand sixteen article that you mentioned authors developed this very cool synthetic pathway for Co, two fixation that did not use for Bisco instead. It used a combination of seventeen different enzymes from nine different organisms. That could do this dark face half of the reaction ten times faster than the plant version that does rely on were Bisco. And they called this the catch cycle or the C. E. T. C. H. Cycle in the previous paper. They sort of cheated by in these enzymes that would just produce an ADP H. and ADP as starting points for bear, synthetic carbon fixation cycle so that they can kick start the part of the experiment that they really cared about in this new paper, whether doing is adding in a module to create that any deep in that. ATP That is light driven, so it doesn't require at the experimentalist to add in these enzymes or to add in the substrates for these enzymes. Yeah, what they're doing here is. They're linking the light cycle so the photosynthetic. To dark cycle, the carbon fixation part, so the goal is to have this own self sustaining reaction. That's what plants are, so let's talk about the implications of this research. The biggest and most interesting implication here is that you could use some of the insights from these papers to upgrade plants perform in the idea to basically counteract some of the evolutionary pressures that were present when we weren't using these plans for crops or to sort of make up for some of the inefficiencies of natural selection like for example, re Bisco being about enzyme. This entirely new cycle for doing carbon fixation could really dramatically increase the rate of carbon fixation and the rate of growth for plants that we use crops, these synthetic chloroplast that they created are actually more efficient than natural chloroplast, and that's because they don't. They don't have Bisco which is slow, and they also don't suffer from photo respiration, which is wasteful process. You're talking about where we're Bisco uses. Oxygen instead of carbon. Carbon, dioxide, and in most plants they waste about twenty five percent of their energy from photosynthesis on photo respiration. So there's this way in which you kind of get around the photo respiration problem with something like these synthetic class when we think about on a global scale, the carbon cycle, and if we're concerned about release of too much carbon the atmosphere, there's sort of an interesting class of solutions here which is. is to increase the rate at which are crops poll carbon dioxide out of the atmosphere, and that kills two birds with one stone. One is that it increases your efficiency of of food production, and at the same time you're removing more carbon dioxide from the air. You're actually using it for something useful. Yeah, that's possibly a very elegant solution. Let's dig into these methods and results now so in plants. Photosynthesis happens in..

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"bisco" Discussed on The Steam Room

The Steam Room

02:20 min | 1 year ago

"bisco" Discussed on The Steam Room

"Is trying to people who have previous and conditions and commodities. Like you potentially have that. You're ready because we know hurricane natural disasters you know depressions. They affect poor people. The most they do it all the time. And if we know that's the case we gotta get out in front of this. But it takes multiple levels multifaceted approach multidimensional approach to fix this issue. And I hope that. Now we're seeing these numbers. Just being stagger a we we do a better job of it. You know we sit around and we talk about the black community. We know obviously diabetes hypertension obesity systematic racism. We are already in a tough fight in obviously like you said when hurricanes happen poverty really kicks in wants to number one piece of advice. You did a little bit there. What what what advice would you give led a black humidity going forward? Because even when it's been makers over it's still gonNA be financial ruin for a lot of people. Yeah well you know I'd say in this particular moments Bisco Kobe nineteen moment If you feel that you're symptomatic or you can you think that there's been some level of exposure. Don't wait on it right and grandparents who often say oh child. I'm good I'm okay. You know. I'M ALRIGHT. Don't worry about me right. It's always like I'm good. Just worry about yourself. Take care of yourselves. And that's an issue you know we we. We resorted need to get over Or get through this idea that You know our health can be sort of play secondary and I'm obviously biased. 'cause I'm in healthcare but I think there needs to be an idea that let's shift the paradigm where if we have a symptom or you think you've been exposed or you have anything honestly anything. Go see and be have checked out immediately because the quicker you get the faster that you can get treatments the facet as you can be managed appropriately rather than letting it get too very dire in extreme level where maybe past the point of return. So that's I think we'll be in the present moment and then after this you know it's it's just about continuing our education continuing are developing ourselves right looking out within our community to check on each other and make sure that reading.

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"bisco" Discussed on Long Distance

Long Distance

02:43 min | 1 year ago

"bisco" Discussed on Long Distance

"I walk into a room in the eighties season. It just asked what are you. What are you I'm Filipino? It asked What is that as a kid? I realized likes quickly how to adapt as a kid. I realized that my identity man in less than getting the work my identity was malleable. Identity over time becomes missed this his role for a Chinese character. Straight up. Lie about taking any of the race and sell it much better than that. Well my grandmother. My Dad's side. She's part Chinese. There's actually true you kind of answer is always good enough any amount of anything. All of that thing in the eyes of the cast nurture. They check their box. They found a Chinese actor. They done the job and I grew up understanding. My reciprocal roll out play in this dance. I get better at this. As time went on it explained. The role was for Mexican. And they asked what are you you stand up a little straighter while you understand. The Spanish colonized Mexico they call. Is it the same in the Philippines. So we're Latino also any amount of anything I was all of that thing in the eyes of the cast nurture. They check their box. They found a Mexican actor and now got the Gig and they got a free lesson. Imperialism mid town search this tournament to being a book all kinds of roles but never Filipino. Play Mexican Roles Puerto Rican roles Chinese rules Korean every Asian role never playing any Philippine roles until I did the debut taking some gone on there. God what is Hell Again hit-back on reeds to be real tight. We sing it all the time. It all changed when high school started. WHO's love it? Gang called Bird Khuda for Kata it's Tagalog. It means like the people you hang out with your friends seem to to me. You Speak Tagalog. Oh fluently SOI. That was a scene with Dante. Bosco and Joy Bisco in the debut debut an independent film released in two thousand one directed by Jean Cahan written by John and John. Manal Castro starring a cast that included veteran Philippine actors like the late Eddie Garcia in young Filipino. American actors Dante who plays the lead role of Ben a Filipino. American high school senior who doesn't unidentified with his Filipino side. But in the night of his sister's debut or traditional Filipino. debutante ball then comes into his own as he meets other young Filipino. Americans gins and learns about his culture and himself in the process..

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"bisco" Discussed on The Patdown with Ms. Pat

The Patdown with Ms. Pat

03:46 min | 2 years ago

"bisco" Discussed on The Patdown with Ms. Pat

"My thirties, mid thirties, I might be low T. It might be. I mean, come on what you fucking bitch. Would've Dracula brain face. Not both but maybe one or the other. Not Dracula Brady. I don't even know what that means. We know. I want to talk. Yeah. Shooting out everywhere. Like what do you mean? I don't know what rentals fill out my mouth. You really fucking ugly. Ugly beat you get home. Sure. Why not? How because his sex sex is awesome it. But if the girl is not attractive and you show up on a tender date, and the girl is not attractive, and you don't know feet what feet got crust on. If. Not a thing do you do. No, I wouldn't. I will see what I'm saying is, I'm mildly attracted to a person. It's not a big deal. Molly. I'm mildly attracted to people, but I wanna have sex. So you're married, so you can't do that. I can do the fuck. I wanna do. I don't think so care with let you roll back in the house. Let's call him an act with, with mildly attractive dick on. Feel like you would draw the line. So nothing is person was talking about, right. Who saw them out because this person is always school. She talked about getting married. I which I was like, I don't believe it. I think you should try to shoot out because he might not like it. I mean, maybe even what, what have you fucked around? Mayors on my six went anybody legs making fun break your bag. What? Now you a pair of the case. If only you hit sin. Oh, to have the flexibility of a twelve year old. So who's talking about sheets like the man should be the man should be the person the head of the household, which are totally fucking agree? But she was like, well, women shouldn't have the word skews me bread is not thirty five cents anymore. Yeah, this is twenty nine thousand nine you gotta go work. I'm sorry, I think to income is way better than one income, and especially like with today's society. It just costs more you want more women are more independent, who the fuck wanna stay home and make an American pack. Fuck out power, you go by paying stay home and make. Join the patriots. No. I mean women are so independent. I'm and I'm telling him like baby. It don't work like that anymore. It literally does not work like that. I don't think I mean, unless you choose to stay at home because daycares too much. But I mean it's not it's just not what women do anymore. Hell days, you can get a job from home anyway. Women don't women all say, I'm just I mean women are not domestics anymore. Is that the right thing? They we got our own fucking life with this person. I was talking to believe the may have all the burden of the household online. Now Bisco happier man. Yeah. I think everybody should wake up in a relationship each person should wake up with a purpose that they see fit, like, I don't think that it's like if you're looking to your man or your pay. Okay, how to do everything for you. You're just a skewed. Yeah. That's a part of unless you hope Instagram holes, now, they'd be getting money to pay Reynoso. But not the main bitch, either most of them is not the main bid. Well, I mean that's how society has changed. You know, from the moral aspect of it was if you're the man, you're the breadwinner, and you're supposed,.

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"bisco" Discussed on The Bone 102.5

The Bone 102.5

02:11 min | 2 years ago

"bisco" Discussed on The Bone 102.5

"Better in two days. Okay. So we're on the same page amoxicillin will cure a viral infection. Are you sure about that? Talking about going up into your ears, and that's like an infection viral infection. Yeah. Yeah. Which will not help. Okay. Well, I just thought I'd tell you. I still you drew. I still love, you know, you're pushy on this one. And you really annoying me. But I still love you. Bye. Drop the amoxicillin off at the front desk. Maybe some amoxicillin contract infections caused by bacteria, but not those caused by viruses. It can be used with other medications to treat stomach ulcers. But my stomach is fine. Thank you very much lady. I do appreciate you. And you're only trying to help that is that is the worst thing about being on the radio when you just mentioned that you're sick. And then it's all of a sudden the next four hours or people calling you what's actually wrong with you just send me jello and shut your mouth alot. Hey, man, Bisco to saving your sick a bowl of white rice. I don't know, man. I white rice doesn't do anything for me a little sand. Instead. Yeah. White rice does absolutely nothing for you know, my son loves white rice. And I just can't do it. We give white rice the dogs on their stomachs put right white rice dog just got into the past year. You've got mix it with something like something anything boring to live a low. Hello. Hi. Hey. I have to say you have every time. I saw her like crazy. But I think it's allergy Yoenis. Yeah. You're probably right guy. Seventy seven five seven nine hundred to eight hundred seventy seven tough out there this season. Definitely pollen through. Live. Thank you. Better. Wake working for me is the same as Jewish penicillin homemade of all suit. Now, you're talking. It's a really good chair. All you know, the chicken broth if you don't wanna take any solace in there. Yeah. That is how tell you about at two. Jay's is is the greatest frigging thing in the entire world. Unfortunately, there hardly.

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"bisco" Discussed on Dentistry Uncensored with Howard Farran

Dentistry Uncensored with Howard Farran

03:55 min | 2 years ago

"bisco" Discussed on Dentistry Uncensored with Howard Farran

"The Bisco story with Dr young and saw BS H M C H P. Founder bisco. He is an amazing, man. So do us any other biscuit products. Or is that a is that pretty much the only one that us? They're a Cal. I'm using their thera Sam now because they're Cal was working. So well, I use thereof them also utilizing there. There are owning primer and I've. They if I was using something other than what I've been using for the last twenty two years for bonding. I would probably go to bisque goes bond. They're all lined. But I have been using something from alternate called p q. One for literally I had one of the first packages that Neil sent semi out of our need department one day when I was in there doing some some bonds studies with them, and he sent me out some Q one, and I still use peaky one. And I am telling you know, bond agregation. No, you know, Brown lines around the peripheries. It's I don't even know if you can find it. I'm alternates website anymore. They still make it because I can still buy it. And you know, it's so when I go on lecture. I don't lecture on bonding because I'm an old stick in the mud, and I've got something that works for me. And I'm not not messing with it. My now, what was his what was his anti bleeding agent. The he mustache. Rindge dancer Visco stat. Yeah. I mean, I will never forget it was in nineteen eighty seven. Dan, Fisher was lecturing and he'd come out with this anti bleeding viscous stat. And he would cut himself on the arm and it start bleeding, and then he would quietly it with the stuff and his arm was the demo, and it looked like a pin cushion. And what I I saw that. I did it was just the mazing passionate was because he didn't even feel the buddy just like, sir, cutting himself. It's certain bleeding. Did you ever see him do that? I never saw them. Do it. I heard stories about it. But I've known Dan for a lot of years, and I can believe it. He's out of himself to show people. How fast it would quake late? But I never heard about him cutting himself. Oh, yeah. It was stringency fifteen point five percent ferric sulfate vix that is twenty percent ferric sulfate and my God. I and then when some of the early vaccines member those guys used to test them on themselves and their grad students, they come out of the vaccine the government's like no way, you're going to do this. And they're like who have you tested on their tests on myself, and all my grad students, did it to amazing. I want to get back to something you started earlier you, and I are so damn old that we saw the first round of DSO's like orthodontic series of America, go public on the new York Stock Exchange when you and I got out of school. There were a dozen on NASDAQ they all imploded, and then they went away and now they're back, and it's true. They are in dental schools. They always get it. You can get any dental student to show up if you offer free pizza. That's what I learned. When you go to dental school. You're like, okay. All you gotta do is buy your to. What's that? I said it's easier. If you offer beer too. Yeah. And so so they all those go in there. And they say, hey, you know, when when Mark and Howard guided all the farms live by themselves, and now, they all work for CVS and Walgreens, and that's the way it's going, but I see zero evidence of that's where it's all going because number one, none of them can do an IPO see any of them publicly traded the United States on a single one. But you mentioned at the very beginning..

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"bisco" Discussed on The World of Phil Hendrie

The World of Phil Hendrie

03:38 min | 2 years ago

"bisco" Discussed on The World of Phil Hendrie

"Hey, let me find out. No. They're basically saying that I can't get it up. You know, what do you say that? See? We'd better dumped we're going to have to dump that section of you not being able to get it up. I didn't say I can't get it up. I'm saying it makes it harder to get it up. When a guy says, yeah, we need the you know, people's L bizzare that and they send out for half my age. All right. So having been said that having been said that had said, they we'll use this stud finder. And then finally they'll come over to me. And so, yeah, there's the stud. I it just it's part of a long standing pattern of them trying to be like. Like. Trying to do what? Of them trying to do what missiles L of them trying to make. Of them trying to make you look like an asshole. I think is the word you said. Well, Steve they're doing a good job of it. If you're going to cave in every time, some guys says, here's the stud finder. No can't find the stud. They did that to you. That's by the one reason why I'm asking you got the you got the level you get leveled. Okay. Well, we get leveled in your belief system. Whatever it is. You might go out and get your ass kicked. Or maybe not. No, nobody, you know. I don't get my ass can't contain. Sure that. Okay. I I. So I got nervous I handle myself. Okay. What does that mean to send it as if you're swallowing your tongue there? And then you said you could handle yourself, I'm fine. But they. This guy Pettigrew. I dunno. Steve. Thank you very much. Do require anything else. Well, I mean, I'm. All right, Steve. Thank you. There is. I felt like you needed more help. I don't care if he needed more help. He's not getting any for me. Because the what are you rolling is? When you say he's not getting any that. I got a call that in. What do you need call it in Jerry? What have you got a hotline sitting there? Ooh. Oh, no. Thank you. No. Thank you. It's not worth it. There's no religion on God's earth. That's worth being leveled like that multiple times. Part of me being leveled like that multiple times. This is Dr Ed L cut, and this is L caught the next step. Cut the next step convenes once a week and the Morley building thirty one fifteen towns in in the city of New York, come in discuss bring a poached egg or a sandwich, we share we share drink, and we share belief systems. Coach is symbolic L cut. The next step. Becoming and it's helped along by the poaching. You might say he'll cut the next step is like you're being poached. Thank you very much. Don Bisco, that's a very very interesting. And I dare I say very important analogy that you all there it is like being poached as in a poached egg and not a poach rhino. Or so I'm at Elkhart..

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"bisco" Discussed on Harmontown

Harmontown

03:31 min | 2 years ago

"bisco" Discussed on Harmontown

"I don't want to die at the hands of fuck like I like I want. I want the skies to be filled with planes. I I want I want to go to the airport, and I I want I want people to be standing outside the airport and be like, hey, man. Hey, where you going where are you going? Let me hook you up. What's going on? Here is going grim. Adana get you there. Come on tell you. What you go. It will hold on a second. What's this guy said it's like you'll manual grandma died a fucking hook you up. Like, let me tell you what we're showed a Steve Carell movie. We're gonna fuck and rub your feet like I wanna fucking shop around. It's un-american, right. Spilled so much vodka during this. It's good. Good. By this. No. Agree. Sandwich. Literally like, I understand Draper injury. Your body. You're spilling so much selling you worried about right? You're because you visit your children in Seattle, but you'd have no choice, and then you get on the plane. I thought so peak when I saw them suffocated dog. I was like well that oughta wake up a few Senate hearings are Dan fucking kidding beat a man half to death and dragged him off a plane. These are terrible corporations they get together. And compare just later. Say. I can't hear. Terrified. It you traveling. You hate being at an airport. You hate being on a bike. Can it be both who loves them? I like why is it? Why should they be able to take money from you? Then turn you loose against each other. Like like win Bisco says to half the population or thirty percents of population. Hey, welcome to a new white chocolate juried experience. Like, they don't say, hey, do you like white chocolate? It will take your money. Give us a subscription to chocolate. And if you wanna make sure it's white fight the people that like regular chocolate just fight him for it. Because it's first come first, I almost certain metaphor holes up. Like, the airline industry is the only sheltered totally non capitalistic like fucking sheltered weird bio dome, where classes society is allowed to afraid of flying. Just say thank you, both by the way. How do these fucking sixteen the air? That's the ultimate outrage. You're selling a dream. That's giant metal Sydney the air. Why can't it be both things? Yeah. I fucking travesties. I sling shutting say take it back. You love flying. You love. I don't I love being on the plane mine crafting likely. It's true. You're just terrified of travel or being around other people, you terrifying. But that's being crammed into a small space with other people. But also, he's impressed by corporate entities. That are conspiring to fuck America. I've never seen. That dance before they are hurting people. They're beating them up and killing animals demand. In punched his face until his face was bleeding and dragged him off a plane and the.

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"bisco" Discussed on The World of Phil Hendrie

The World of Phil Hendrie

04:01 min | 3 years ago

"bisco" Discussed on The World of Phil Hendrie

"Who stopped show the street, man. I'm just curious people will stop he'll be going about my daily ablutions and here and there. Dickman I'm gonna I'm gonna drive by fist right through your head. If you do that again just back off, but go ahead general I'll be going about my rounds going to the store and love to stop there at the debt, as you know, the Denny's down there Delano like which one I don't know fill the one near my house. Anyway, I'll stop it. I see Bill Beth cut there. See some of the guys, you know, that's the VFW posted so on and so forth. And they'll stop the on the street. They don't ask you there in the booth. Are they asking these questions there at Denny's? Denny's we talk about the politics, we talk about, you know, what's what's the latest deal on with Trump that kind of thing. All right. So what you bring that up because you asked me about who it is that stops be the street Bill. Yeah. Bill stopped me. But you see him at Denny's. Yes. But he won't ask me about you would Denny's. He'll stop on the street and asked about it s guest. You about me. He. Oh, God get that a fill. You know? I understand you have to go undergo horrible treatment. First before listened forget. I even brought it up. Okay. When I had to your question. Bill Bisco as you about show. Yes. But he doesn't when he stops me on the street nut when you guys are having breakfast at Denny's. No have you ever asked him. Why? Yes. Because he says you're boring to bring up at breakfast. But you're just exciting enough to stop the other street. Now. I isn't that nice where I scared to ask this question. You're walking is Bill walking though is generally driving. So he pulls his car over and stop you. Yes. He stop point in doing that general you guys you clown sound like you just came out of electric shot. All right, general never mind we're talking about. I don't forget what we're talking about. People are stopping me on the street and asking me are you getting all your material for Twitter, and I say to them. Yes. Because all the people on Twitter are generally people that are on your show, and I do that will go right up Bisco. I went right up to his nose. If you're going to sit here laugh at your jokes general, I'm not laughing. Henry is oh that was filled. Yeah. Yeah. I go right up to his nose. And I go, oh, you get the fool win for your breath. You got it. All right. Well, I can't say as I. Thank you for that. You're welcome. I'm sure she she's well dad's weird, man. What's weird about it guy? Stop you on the street and better way. How Visser hinder he's using quitter? That's exactly what he said. Right. But he didn't stop him when he was walking. He was driving and he pulled over to cut my my pathway off. Yeah. He pulled up into a driveway. He what look failed. I'm starting to get pissed off. Don't just want to. So you're walking down the sidewalk and Bill. He he take it. Easy ticket easy. Got Henry Phillips like he just he's on break. Goodwill industries. Okay. Never buy those. I'll be working on the street Bisco pulls up in his Cadillac and blocks by way, by pulling into a driveway goes, by the way, he'll roll down the driver the passenger side window depending upon. Yeah. Depending on which way on the street, I'm going, but generally I'm walking toward his his passenger side and the role it down say, hey, what's with Henry using the Twitter accounts? And I'll say, no, you're beeswax. Get you out of my way before I throw it into the street. Even though it's no it's in the driveway. General game show, folks. It was it was great thing. So yeah. So we do have. Who is it Grover? Yeah. Larry grove is going to be on the program. You know, he he's a little angry. This thing about Donald Trump's picture coming up every time you put an idiot and Google it's got a lot some people pissed off..

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"bisco" Discussed on Working Cows Podcast

Working Cows Podcast

04:21 min | 3 years ago

"bisco" Discussed on Working Cows Podcast

"Emotion out of these decisions that we have to make for we're not going to be able to make smart business business decisions. And so yeah, the newer tractor is shinier. And and maybe has some other features that are really nice. But if it doesn't make sense at low commodity prices, it probably shouldn't make sense at high commodity prices. What are some of the strategies you see people employing that are doing it will what are what are give me some examples of people that you are working with that have a good strategy in place that are that are set up well for lower land prices and ready to take advantage of. Those things that they see the one. I just mentioned that you know, he bought everything based on lower commodity prices. He was smart about it. I have a lot of not a lot. But I have a few farmers that are doing either all not like I have one hog farmer. He he's doing all natural hogs. It doesn't it doesn't change his operation. Any is just that he can sell his product for more because it's all natural. He can still vaccinate him. He just test a feed them, non GMO. I have one I have one farmer. That's growing non GMO corn. He's making a lot more money than the average corn grower because he's putting in non GMO, but he's he can put the same hurting much the same fertilizer and chemicals on and so it's just a it's just a different seed. It's you've got some diversification. Going on some of those farmers are actually diversifying the farm. They're doing other things with it. Maybe their whole tree farmers, and they're hauling out chicken litter in there selling chicken letter to another firm or to use its fertilizer, and so right now a lot of that. And and I'm actually doing I'm actually going to start doing interviews with farmers that are that have some diversification on the far that we can't today in the with commodity prices the way they are in the land prices high as they are we can't just do a one thing anymore. We might have to do we might have to use that farm for some other method. But we're not even those people that are getting ahead. Aren't there waiting the? They're listening to odd Catholic yours Klay there waiting for the bubble to burst before they buy anything. They're not overextending themselves and they're doing okay. And because they knew that the times were coming. They didn't buy in to this also inflation or they remember the eighties perhaps. But we have the younger generation that is in their, you know, mid twenties to mid thirties that they didn't truly here. How bad the eighties were. And even though they may know about him. They didn't truly know about they were they didn't know what really caused it. And so I think that bringing that education back will open there is a little bit. And that's exactly what you're doing with your podcast opening people's eyes to the fact that this is inflation inflation is not. That my bag of Oreos is smaller in that darn WalMart. They're charging me more money for that. Smaller bag of Oreos. It's not WalMart's fault, and it's not the Visco's fall. It's alternately befits fault for printing all this money. And it's going to it takes the Bisco more money to create those Oreos it takes WalMart more money to pay their workers to have their building to have those Orioles on the shelf. It pays more money to have the trucker come in and deliver them in the fuel to get there. So you look at all these things and go oh my gosh. That is inflation. It's the devaluation of the dollar not the inflate in that the increased cost of the product purchasing power. We're losing purchasing power. And that's that's the primary way that the Federal Reserve steals money. From people is the I had fifty thousand dollars in the Bank when I retired. But that fifty thousand dollars barely buys me a pickup now when it used to buy a quarter of land or something, you know, that's that's what we're talking about. When we talk about the Federal Reserve, and what they've done to the purchasing power of our money..

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"bisco" Discussed on Here's The Thing

Here's The Thing

04:55 min | 3 years ago

"bisco" Discussed on Here's The Thing

"Of Oreos saying far be it from us to abridge your first amendment rights of free speech. But we're getting a lot of complaints from our shareholders that Nabisco company agrees with the point. You're trying to make about the excessive Pentagon budget. Could you please refrain from doing that? You know, I felt that wasn't right. But it's their cookie company. Right. Is there cookie company, but you see these advertisements where they're talking about some competitor. And they're calling the competitor by brand name. And so I talked to a trademark lawyer. And I said what's the story here? And they said you can use a competitor's name as long as there's no other product that will do to make the point you're trying to make. So I wrote him a letter back saying, look, I've researched every other chocolate sandwich, cookie. No other chocolate sandwich, cookie has Oreos high-quality standards and that in other chocolate sandwich cookies the amount of white stuff in the middle. Tends to vary from cookie to cookie, and I'm sure they can understand how in my demonstration each cookie. Equaling ten billion dollars. By just a little. I never heard from them again. Can't take on the Pentagon using hydraulics. That's not gonna work. So did you learn a profound lesson from your delays Bisco, and you went onto other cherry Garcia, obviously when you did other signature brands like did you get into more? Or did you get letters from? Dear Mr. Cohen of Mr. Garcia would like to make it known to. In regards to Jerry Garcia. It was a flavor that one of our fans came up with. They wrote us an anonymous postcards, saying dead paraphernalia. Always sills. So it took me a long time. What over a year to come up with a flavor that was deserving of honoring this guy? What year? I don't. Remember you? Was he alive when it happened? He was did he acknowledge what you do. Well, he's lawyer. You never. We sent him the first pint off the line, we overnighted on dry ice and his wife called up and said, you know, he can't have any right now because he's in the hospital and diabetic coma. But I really liked the flavor and then a few months later, we got a call from his lawyer whose name happens to be how can't. He said, yes, it's a really good flavor. But we think Jerry's entitled to a little piece of the action here, and we. We gave him a little piece of the do. And now his estate occasionally argues over. Little piece of the but you've been politically engaged your entire life. Not so much. I I think it's it's more after I moved to Vermont. What happened when you move to mount part of it was having gone to college. I went to college during the late sixties and early seventies. There were a lot of social movements going on at the time. And soon there after I came to Mont, which just a wonderfully community oriented state, you can go talk to your legislators in Mont peeler. I mean, it's it's it's very down home on this a lot of grassroots activism here. And so I've become very supportive of the Progressive Party in Vermont their say. Third party. Plus there's Bernie. And there's there is nobody like, Bernie, Ben, and I were surrogates Bernie in in the last presidential. Primary and what's among the amazing things about Bernie besides what he's been fighting for for his whole political career is that he is not for sale, and you do not find people in the political world with that level of integrity..

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"bisco" Discussed on The Science Show

The Science Show

04:25 min | 3 years ago

"bisco" Discussed on The Science Show

"And so to another innovation ustralian science has many take C four, which is a more productive kind of fed, synthesis evolved when CO two was in the different concentration in the atmosphere. Put the C for gene in a crop like corn or rice, and there it can yield ten percent more as a food. This is being done at the anew by rob Shaw, would and Ben long each with different approaches and brilliant results. So we sound that by increasing carbon fixation capacity and as complaints, actually Greige. And now we want to test them in the field to say that translates into corneal, and this is all based is it not on C four system evening working on for some time. That's raw site c four synthesis essentially operates a Cobb and concentrating mechanism so saturates tour around our key fixing end zone and by doing that where I to operate at very fast rights, and hence that translates into more biomass and. Plants. Well, that's amazing. You make it sound. So casual you just did it you just made them. How did you make them? Do it are they GM con plants now, they certainly GM call plants and pasta is has been a huge new wealth of research into how this rediscover form since our core. Poss- these tola plants with more of the protein and sawn nutritionally valuable how much you know, if you've got to fail of corn. What you expect to provide in the way of extra food. Yeah. That's an excellent question. And so we'll better answer that question over the coming couple years where we're now doing fill testing so can appropriately quantify what this change in too much. Actually main win big step, China and margarine would be at least ten to fifteen percent yield improvement. But we have to wait and say and isn't interesting that some plants have got their C four system, synthesis and other plants haven't and you wonder why that is yes, it was very interesting. And by. Szekely we can nine back to the all ago. Same period where the two concentration in the AFC atmospheres around one hundred eighty parts per million, and when now like four ten possible and side this then an evolution to think about how can we cope with this? I think now greater than seventy independent vents of different blinds that have generated C four sentences as probably view one of the best examples of convergent evolution. We know in HBO, and this is amazing to do that independently more than seventy times in seventy different lineages phenomenal just amazing in. Similarly, you've got not just that paper. Another paper with your colleague. What's that one? Yes. I've been very fortunate to work with Ben long. I knew to look putting bacterial Maka compartment from blue-green algae into tobacco plants and again to improve sir to fixation. But this is just the first step and Ben can elaborate further what he's Lang goals are banned presumably, you're using tobacco plants because they experimental. Cereals, rather than increasing the tobacco crop. We're using tobacco. Because it's the best model plant in we can easily transform it. And one of the things that we've tried to do is put genes directly into the chloroplast. That's the little green component of a leaf cell. We can do that easily tobacco by bombarding with little projectiles containing the DNA that were interesting. So what we've done as rob is just mentioned he's been working on a C four photosynthetic mechanism in corn blue-green algae have CO two concentrating mechanism as well that they volved much much earlier in history than the sea four system, and it's a simpler system that operates in a different manner. It pumps bicarbonate which is dissolved form of CO two normally into a blue green algal cell, and then that diffuses into little special compartment. And that's where the end zone Bisco for blue-green algae resides and by pumping that CO two inside that or boy cabin. I converted to c o two inside that compartment it van Saran. The very high concentration allows very very rapid fixation of the substrate. But what that means is that we don't need to use much protein to achieve the goal. So what Rob's managed to do with corn is over express the risk to get benefits. Asian what we're hoping to do in what it called c three plants those that don't have the C four system is heavy system that uses less Najjar than less release, go to fix more carbon dioxide..

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"bisco" Discussed on The Wade Keller Pro Wrestling Podcast

The Wade Keller Pro Wrestling Podcast

03:21 min | 3 years ago

"bisco" Discussed on The Wade Keller Pro Wrestling Podcast

"There was one time that we were at Baltimore, the Civic Center, and I'm not so sure what have been. It was. This was it was on TV, but this one ever be seen on TV. And the ring announcer said, while the the people the back says, we're going to introduce you guys one at a time, and we're going to Tony shivani and I remember we had the ramp way back then and we're going to introduce Jesse van tour because he's the big star. And I told Jesse, I said, I said, they'll say, let's bring in our nounce crew, and let's bring Tony Shibani. And I said, Jesse, I'll walk in and I'll stop and I'll take Bals. Okay. And I said, then I want you to walk up behind me kicked me right square in the ass as hard as you can. These are your servants. I said, yes. So I took a bow and another bow, and it's a Jesse Ventura, and I'm still bowing, and I should have told him to kick me as hard as he can't. Okay. And I kind of stumbled forward and it was kind of a cool moment. And so the jets he was, I mean, Jesse was really, really easy to work with real easy work with suffist. Go with a lot of fun and I always neglect to to bring up the biscuits name on a talk about great color guys. But so Bisco was kind of fun because Larry was Larry, Larry Bisco persona that we all know from TV ain't nothing like Larry Whistler, nothing like it and he is. I mean, he used to, and I've told this story, many times on our on our podcast Larry used to in the back used to bring this into this hanging bag with like six or seven shirts, and he would. He would unzip the shirts and we would all look at each other. We knew what was up and he was, I wanna ask you guys something. Do you think this shirt is going to be okay with his jacket? What about this year? What do you think there's we will go like, okay, Larry, it doesn't matter to put on something. All right. Okay. And it was like it was like the biggest joke in the back and it actually led to me laughing on the air really laughing uncontrollably on the air, and it got me in trouble with Eric because everybody knew about Larry shirts and how concerned he was about all these shirts. Right? So we are doing a, we're doing a thunder and I'm outta ringside with Larry and he's got one of these crazy shirts on him had a shirt that had three stooges on it. I mean, it was three stooges tie all this crazy stuff and hall, and Nash came out and let's bring out the, you know, the outsiders, whatever they were that I'm hall and Nash and they come out and and Kevin Nash looks at Larry had he says, hey, Linda Jin, nice shirts. Did you get a bowl of soup with that shirt? And we had been wrestling with Larry shirts all day. Right. And I, I couldn't. I couldn't hold my laughter any longer. I mean, I just went, absolutely. I just laughed and laughed and Latin, Eric afterwards over the show is over. He said, never laughed like that again. Nevertheless, like that. Again, even at Evenson Kevin Nash backout I think on another show on another show to confront me about you think, what have we gotta say? It's funny and I'm sorry, I I did, but it was just. So we will talk about working with former torch columnist, Mark, Matt. Yeah. Well, okay, you know, Mark Madden gets bad rap. Mark was a Martin knew his role as a heel announcer. He really did, and you go back to some of the stuff he was good at it..

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"bisco" Discussed on Startup Financial News

Startup Financial News

03:49 min | 3 years ago

"bisco" Discussed on Startup Financial News

"Year i'm sorry if you can see if you can see recording this pot against right now i'm laughing my head off because in all honesty i want you to put that on so bad because i might finally have a chance to kick accidents stupid fantasy football thing okay and this has been an ongoing rivalry thing where literally three games into the season afraid of will come over and all of my passion for the sport is gone just don't even care i don night watching it so you have on a person of these but the second show pleased with the secondary does i need that that's what that's what i've decided to go with them because i mean just myself i currently play a lot of fantasy leagues in yahu in i've come two situations where i've before drafts bisco try to google search strategies in just like you had the same issue of looking up a better research for entrepeneurship of always run into dead ends and realize not not i'm not gonna trust the search engines i'm going to create myself i'll be my own draft guide through the process in fact i just even a few days ago distract what am i first team for his nose prize there i mean the entirety of new york city in charge of plants so but well i mean i think afraid of what kind of we're getting to the tail end of our episode here what i kinda wanna focus on because we're having a lot of fun doing this and you know obviously we've kind of focused on the whole mba side and that you have it kind of this whole entrepreneurial idea that you pursuing much of this for you and happens to be the sports podcast that's rooted in a lot of passion right what is it what is it inside of you that's even giving you the motivation to say you know what yeah i am going to take the extra two hours a week that it's gonna take me to plan record the show i mean why is that there because i think a lot of people wonder where that comes from how do they find that do the have the fence like for you you're so passionate about fantasy you decided to take that second form into fantasy sports right do they have to find that is not what it takes a very curious from your point of view yeah just when when you when people decide to do their own radio show the podcast they don't have to specifically do it even if they have a mba or degree a bachelor's degree they can pursue any programming that they feel they've passionate in niche for or any business not just program it doesn't even have to podcast right any side hustle if they like sneakers they can sell sneakers on ebay they can buy and collect sneakers from around the city from ebay for international than they could resell abundant ebay shop or whatever right i mean is it passion is that what you're getting at yeah they can follow their passion whatever whatever they feel they have an idea and they want they want to either decide i want to make i wanna make a profit off of this or they just want to do it because it's something that they've they've always love and they've had a hobby like i want to do this sometimes it's understandable they can't they struggle between finding that balance between work and basically free time because sometimes some of us we either have families some of us you know we have to take care of friends and relatives it's understandable so it's was very difficult you know and i think that what you just hit on is exactly where i want to close episode on right because now you're going to solve the ground folks trust we will tell you all about afraid his podcast when it's live we'll share it with you and all that we'll give you some promo time but i'm very i'm kind of you know i don't wanna say emotional but i'm touched by this whole point that you bring into light because this is actually answer that i've been looking for for quite some time when aspiring entrepreneurs email me matt the nba's right having wanted has really highlighted this one fact that at the end of.

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"bisco" Discussed on Ben Greenfield Fitness

Ben Greenfield Fitness

02:00 min | 3 years ago

"bisco" Discussed on Ben Greenfield Fitness

"Hey folks it's banged greenfield here and it is absolutely no secret that i'm kind of a fan almost to a fault of essential oils i've got rosemary diffusing in my office right now i've got this special pain relief ice stuff on my knee after a tough workout this morning i've got a something called trinity diffusing out in my living room where just had some new carpet installed i've got lavender up in the bedroom i forgetting wear essential oils instead of cologne i am a huge fan heck i've even been vaporizing essential oils like frankencense and cinnamon for some of the vaporizing effects of essential oils which will delve into on today's show i have on the show with me today one of the guys who's really on i would say the bleeding edge of essential oils and knowing how they work but how to almost i guess i would say bio hack essential oils his name is dr nick berry and he he is a wizard literally a wizard when it comes to essential oils his company is called essential oil wizardry he himself is a licensed pharmacist i've spoken with him multiple times and you guys may have heard me interview back in the day dr sarala bisco who's a natural pathak physician wellversed in essential oils who's one of my other goto resources and dr nick is right up there with her he has he has kind of like a a different approach than she does and whole bunch of things we haven't talked about when it comes to essential oils so before we dive in everything that we talk about you can access over at ben greenfield fitness dot com slash oil wizard that's ben greenfield fitness dot com slash oil wizard and anything that dr mick and i bring up as well as the comment section where you can leave us questions and feedback etcetera you can access over there and just one more quick thing.

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"bisco" Discussed on RobinLynne

RobinLynne

02:24 min | 3 years ago

"bisco" Discussed on RobinLynne

"Legendary because she's a joy to work with she's multitalented she's also on the board of my artistic director of of the pop feeder which is another product and i'm working on and i'm glad to be able to showcase her and her talents story on this show we've also done on dj lady love and coming up next week we have and see debbie d hooper along with wanda d and that's gonna be special one hour show which is close off the month of september and the queen's grew handful of queens that we assembled to honor all of them going get suitable for framing letters recognition for bisco daddy's wide world of hip hop environment productions and recognizing their status to queens of the coach we've also done several the pearl gail hall dj flame and goodness we've had so many come into few dare cheryl there on the front of right listen series soon yeah right basically be is the first recognize female bj hip hop shamrock sharak the first female mc baby is the first down dj and she had an interesting story with the creation of the mercedes ladies all of our sales are archived so from leaving somebody out or you gotta do is quick on that link that she's gonna see every post for the program but i make the michael cal finally page and you click on the link and you can go to any about archived shows just listen and get the knowledge which is what this is really all about there's so many misrepresentations going on in hip hop.

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