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Amid Brexit impasse, Germany urges no-deal preparations

Monocle 24: The Briefing

02:48 min | Last month

Amid Brexit impasse, Germany urges no-deal preparations

"Germany's chancellor. Angela Merkel has told EU member states to prepare for a no deal. BREXIT documents seen by Reuters indicates that an extension to the transition period were in now is unlikely, so all twenty-seven EU countries need to be ready for the thirty first of December when this period and all to find out more hear from Anna Rosenberg, she's head of Europe and the UK at the political consultancy signal global, and she joins me on the line from the black forest in southwestern, Germany welcome, back, monocle twenty four. And what do we know about this document? Well it's it's a leak document that was probably leaked on purpose to highlight that the EU is still very much also counting with no deal and I. think that's the whole point about the document. It shouldn't be a surprise really that the US still at taking a no deal outcome as a real possibility, it's probably more revealing that it was leaked i. think that serves a purpose, and the purpose is there to put pressure onto the UK. Is there a suggestion that for the show. This is an element of public brinkmanship, but does that accurately reflect the mood? What's really going on in the negotiations? I think it does, but quite frankly would have been surprised. I would have been surprised. The EU would not be planning for no deal. Anyway. It is well known that the EU has already implemented all of the preparations necessary for no deal earlier in negotiations, and so we've been talking about brexit familiar for years now, so you has really covered SPEC, when a no deal. Deal happens. Of course it would still be highly disruptive, but it's no surprise that the EU is planning to be prepared so i. do think that really the aim here is to ensure that the UK knows that the EU is prepared, and that it will not agree to everything to avoid an ordeal, and how serious a prospect is a no deal at the moment. We personally don't think it's particularly. Likely, we give it a twenty percent likelihood it's if you look at the negotiations over the last few years. There's one consistent sector and it's that no deal has always been avoided. By either extending the deadline or agreeing to some. Last minute concessions and I think we're going to have to into the same direction, so from our perspective we believe the most likely outcome for the end of the year is going to be a partial deal or recall it sexual mini deals, simply because it's the least disruptive outcome for everyone. However, even though that is going to sound like good news, it's still a disruptive outcome. Right the going to be sacked. Sacked, as it will not be covered by partial deals, and as such. There's going to be an economic hit.

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Coronavirus: Germany shuts down borders, halts public life

Monocle 24: The Briefing

06:36 min | 3 months ago

Coronavirus: Germany shuts down borders, halts public life

"We begin today's broker In Germany where people are being urged to stay at home because go with nineteen infection rates are rising. The country hasn't been as badly affected US off European power hoisted hoses like the UK France and Italy but there are fears that could change if lockdown measures lifted too quickly. Let's get more on this with on Rosenberg who is head of Europe and the UK at the political consultancy. Cigna M- Global an-and. Choice me on the line from the black forest in. South West and Germany good afternoon. How much has changed in? Germany changed since we spoke to you last week. Actually there's a lot of ambiguity about the fact if it has changed at all. There was a bit of noise yesterday because new data was released that showed that the infection rate has gone up somewhat marginally to one which is a measure that using here to see if it's going up or down and one or one point one is considered a dangerous state that could overwhelm the healthcare systems. But since the data was released yesterday there have been conflicting news coming out showing other numbers that actually show that it hasn't increased much. And that's just a normal fluctuations so all in all. I would say it has not changed dramatically yet so it is normal fluctuation when you look at those numbers until they they are not the same one all the time we see different reports. That's right that's how it seems at the moment however you have to keep in mind that the lockdown measures would just released a few days ago last week so in a way it takes at the minimum ten to fourteen days to see changes in infection rates because people have been stepping out more going more to shops etc. I would expect and a slight increase once the the numbers actually show the reality because just walking about over here at considered me say that there's much more activity on the streets. People are now going into shops more frequently. You even see kids playing with each other which they shouldn't be doing but you certainly see. That behavior has changed. Germans have been advised to stay at home as much as opposable is there. John's Berlin will still needs to rethink its next steps when it comes to easing restrictions. Yes there is a chance. I think that's not just the case in Germany. That said likely going to happen at one point throughout Europe. However the key thing about Jimmy's that these decisions are not taken on a on a national level for the most part Gemini is a Federal Country. Where with sixteen states where each state is pretty much responsible? For the lockdown measures it wants to implement and as a result you have very different measures and also some states. Favoring script lockdown measures over others for example. Bavaria has been on the forefront of very strict lockdown measures versus not invest fine which have been much Keno on prioritizing. The economy over health concerns. If you will so much disagreement. Has there been in Germany. Then over the speed in which. The lockdown measures should be east so over. There's an interesting shift in rhetoric occurring at the moment. Initially there was very strong support towards keeping the lockdown measures very strict. Everyone was in favor of that. I would say since the beginning of the week since the weekend that has been a clear shift in rhetoric towards the critics of lockdown measures becoming much vocal and everyone's starting to criticize the drastic measures and the impact on the economy arguing. That the deaths that we have currently seen do not justify the crippling of the economy. And we're hearing more and more prominent politicians make that point so even if you see an increase in infection rates. I think it's going to become politically more difficult for individual states and for for merckel overall to reimpose stricter lockdown measures simply because the the rhetoric and the discourse has moved on from where it was at the beginning Goodison. Could you tell us more about the situation? Merck finding herself in at the moment. So she has had an interesting few months obviously. She was a prior to the Kobe. Crisis in a very difficult spot with her party going through severe scandals and with the governing coalition being really close to collapse that was even talks about early elections. She has benefited tremendously from this crisis. Simply because this has happened across Europe by the way in times of crisis people want strong leaders. They do not want arguments between the opposition and ruling parties. So she has benefited from that. She has seen a surge in popularity whereas other parties especially the Greens and the IRA has seen quite a huge loss of popularity. And so she's been doing quite well but I do expect that we are now at the beginning of that popularity being eroded again and you can see that by the opposition voices becoming louder. Angela Merkel is due to discuss own thirsty as a matter of fact the next steps folded easing off lockdown restrictions with the state's premier's. What do you expect? We'll be destroyed them. Yeah so I don't think that. So many groundbreaking things are going to be decided. Some of the things. That aren't the agenda is to try and increase testing capacity further and also include new meshes in into that those testing results for example. They want to start to collect the people getting getting well again in in national figure something that they haven't been focusing so so much on they want to provide more financial support to 'em to care workers to healthcare workers. They want to increase a shorter works schemes. Germany has been quite helpful in providing salary support schemes for companies. They want to step that up and they're also going to increase the the ban on foreign travel. If you will so I think borders are going to remain closed for a little bit longer by the sounds of it Rosenberg. Thank you very much for joining us. Anna joins us from the black forest in southwest

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Travel to the Alsace Region of France

The Amateur Traveler Podcast

08:27 min | 5 months ago

Travel to the Alsace Region of France

"I'd like to welcome to the show. Brady read from a world vegan TRAVEL DOT com. Who has come to talk to us about the all sauce Brady? Welcome to the show It's a pleasure to be here. Thank you so much for having me and I've already learned something because I was the first thing I came out of my mouth when we started talking. I was saying it wrong about who you want to put it on a map force. Yeah absolutely so the else. Region of France is in the east of France its shares but if a border with Switzerland and also Germany. So it's really in the east central part of France and there's some things that are unusual about this area which will get into. But why should someone go to the all Saas Festival frats just generally speaking is of course a very very popular destination? One of the reasons why. I think France is so appealing. Is that each of the regions So different and also is particularly interesting. In my opinion for a number of reasons so festival is a little bit of like a cultural exception to France and what I mean by that is had a huge influence from Germany over its history and indeed. Alsace has actually been part of Germany and part of France and has it flopped many times over the past hundred years and I believe that before the first world war it was part of Germany for a while and then it went back to France after nine. One thousand nine hundred eighteen when lost the war and then of course it went back to Germany during the Second World War and then went back to France after the war ended so because of this it has a huge amount of German influence in terms of the architect jar in terms of some of the cultural aspects. It even has its own dialect. Which maybe isn't so surprising because actually have quite a number of dialects there but Alsatian is actually quite similar to Swiss German. Actually and actually little trivia there. The USA foundation was actually banned in nineteen forty five however raising white was banned was because they didn't France after the war they didn't want any German influenced in the languages. I believe and when they realized that this was probably wasn't a good idea to ban language like this they actually made it sort of officially able to be used again and now it's the second largest dialect in France although not so many people speak it now and it really is a mixture of all German and French so there are so many reasons but I'll start off with that. It's very different to the rest of France Sir and you mentioned that it was German at the beginning of World War One and became German after the Franco Prussian war in eighteen. Seventy that was when it was acquired by Germany which is shortly really after Germany becomes Germany at that point in terms of Germany becoming got country. So excellent will. What kind of are you going to recommend for us? Well I mean L. S. Is just such a fantastic destination? Because it's really sort of small enough that you can get a really good sense. Some feel of the place and see a wide range of different things in a short amount of time so first of all. I'd love to chat about like getting there because this is really changed in just the past few years so the first time. I went to Alsace which was twenty years ago. Now it required. I mean we know that French trains are extremely efficient but they didn't have any TGV's at all and certainly not the fast tracks until just two thousand sixteen. I think it was so it went from being able to get there in five six hours from Paris to being in central Paris to Strasbourg. Lose in just two hours so it's really really accessible now any for French people but those people coming into France or maybe even want to just add a little. Stay IN AL's Asif that bison themselves in Paris I mean you can even come down for the day. Is that a train that is running from the guard. Dalil I believe so yes yes. It is so young in there so many wonderful things that you can do like I said. There's a real mixture between towns and villages and Cities Festival Strasbourg. That is a really great place to include on your itinerary and I can certainly talk more about what travelers can experience there and this beautiful towns of Karma which is much smaller. You also have the incredible voege mountains to the west of Al Sas and then just across the border into Germany. You have the Black Forest Mountain. They're back forest mountains. Which really beautiful. You had the wine route as well which is beautiful scenic road a scenic road. Where not only do you get to stop off in villages where you can taste wines which very scenic and beautiful but also the countryside? There is just so stunning as well. But it's also really good point to jump over and get three countries for one so to speak by going over the border in Germany. There are some really lovely towns just across the border in baden-baden Okara through and also Basel in Switzerland is a really cool destination as well. So yeah that's kind of a very brief overview. Well where are we going to start? Well I guess because stop in Strasbourg if you like. It seems like a good place to start stress. Book is I think I believe. It's the tenth largest city in France and it is quite an international city because the European Parliament is there so it's love Europeans that are living there who are involved in European politics. And not only is stressful. Like the capital of Alsace and have this focus as being the head of the European Parliament. It's also extremely scenic and the Cathedral itself is absolutely studying. It's widely considered to be one of the best and it's like the Second Tulips Cathedral in the whole of France. And it's considered to be just an incredible example of romanesque architecture and Lepetit class which is like a little region very small area in the center of Strasbourg is actually UNESCO. World Heritage as France has so many UNESCO heritage sites lepetit. Floss is is one of them and that's really famous because it has some beautiful half Timoteo houses and beautiful little couple straits. There's a little sort of canal system that runs through it and you can take a little boat and go through the Loxton and get a bit of a tool there and of course it's particularly magical like the rest of us is at Christmas Time. Where of course you have all of the Christmas markets and there's also the Palais COA which is a beautiful building and real sort of palace kind of setup and has a lot of museums in. That's so stressful is a definite must see. I would definitely recommend heading there for at least a day so if you would just going to stay in the town of stressful then. I think it is absolutely worthwhile and it's something that we do when we are there is too. You can of course find a free walking tour and these are very very popular in France. We have a guide that we use and she's absolutely fantastic with any tool off. The town is going to be so helpful because there is just so much hidden in plain view that you just would not do unless you had somebody explaining to you and professional guides just this incredible source of information in this area

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Fat Tuesday Favorite: Chicago's Paczki reigns supreme in the Region

WGN Radio Theatre with Carl Amari and Lisa Wolf

07:39 min | 6 months ago

Fat Tuesday Favorite: Chicago's Paczki reigns supreme in the Region

"All right local pastries will be kicking off at Tuesday with amazing friends he's a Polish tradition they're also breaking other sugary sweet Chicago Chicago police police police officers officers officers and and and their their their families families families bakeries bakeries bakeries located located located at at at fifty fifty fifty nine nine nine twenty twenty twenty seven seven seven west west Lawrence Lawrence Avenue Avenue they're they're selling selling area area shaped shaped like like hearts hearts and and Chicago Chicago flag flag all all falling falling off off in in blue blue line team at the proceeds from all the cookie sales will go to Chicago police memorial foundation which aids families of officers who were killed or wounded in the line of duty the owner of the billions ski is the owner and the chef of delightful pastries in Chicago and she joins us tonight welcome in Dover good evening how are you I am great I am great first let's talk about the bakery generators separate celebrating twenty years which is very cool thank you and what I love about what you are committed to you is you are putting V. best ingredients into everything that you do you know what that that's a real commitment on my end because I really believe I should have quality ingredients in my products I don't think you should have a PhD in chemistry to read my labels I believe in butter flour sugar eggs yeah I think if we have good ingredients that go into the product we have a great product and then we feel good afterwards I think a lot of the times of people take short cuts because they want to have a fast monetary gain but people don't support those kind of places so I think it's very important that people that come to delightful pastries say we have Nielsen Massey vanilla which is the best vanilla in all of United States made right here in Waukegan by this wonderful family for three generations now so it's and you know we use all butter from Wisconsin thank you Wisconsin you know my flowers from Ohio and from Minnesota you know just a lot of local ingredients a lot of great ingredients I just think you know butter should be the foundation of an fresh eggs should be the foundation for a honey cakes we use real honey you know so it's just it's just you wanted to have deliciousness you know people's people said your did your punch you made me we put you know thank you thank you you know it's funny you say that is there was a bakery that was around I won't say what it is for fifty sixty years and I got taken over by for the first time by another family they changed all the recipes they kind of cheap in the the goodness of what they were doing and they were gone in six months so knowing that you know this is gonna create nice legacy for for you and your family you know what I th I am I'm hoping one of my daughters will take up the mantle after after I'm you know after I'm ready to retire I don't know when that will be you know my mom my mom started this business so it was we started that in naming in nineteen ninety eight and my mom just retired last year and finally she gave me the recipe for punch you so as to get issues given that herself he was getting into like once I retire you'll have it but not nothing until then and you know what's what people are like what makes punch you punch you wait what what's what's so different about it so a real punch I could that's one pump check many punch keys so I'm teaching you guys Polish has been like that and so you know you will you put rom in the dough we put orange oil and that that would put lemon oil in the W's milk we use barter and you know when you eat upon check in with you know like a Krispy Kreme donut it flattens into pancake yeah well up upon check the dough springs back and holds itself yet yeah and you really did it for the dough mostly you don't really you did for the filling like American donuts have this much filling in and it's just like you can really taste the dough and that's kind of sad because the the the beauty of it is the doe how delicious how delicate you know it's fluffy it's crunch on the outside deliciously moist and goodness on the inside and I love coming up with wonderful tart fillings like Weezer long potter we use nice I make passion fruit jam is a thing that's a Polish thing hello Mister he's thing I grew up with yeah Tom is a Polish thing we love our heart to heart fillings pulls people do not like sweet pastries we you know when we post people come and I'm there like I wanna see desert that's not sweet enough that's the first thing that comes out of the mouth and yet we believe in having something rich pottery full of group Belgian chocolate and walnuts and nuts and lots of beers in a post poll should point towards you know like there's one walnut poppy toward that I make that I literally one liter of vodka goes into the entire thing while because it's that busy but then it has to sit for four days before you can eat it so all that lot of that stuff veterans but the flavor is still there so lot of Polish pastries like our have tons and tons of alcohol and actually European pastries have tons and tons sure think of tiramisu think about fruit fruit cake think of a Kinshasa toward a black forest torte absolutely all have you know somebody said oh you're just you're just you know to contributing to the delinquency of minors I first of all if you don't want rid of them in one day that's pretty when you're cooking the stuff it yeah the potency is is gone by that time now there's you've got the traditional but you've also got some really cool gourmet flavors as well let's talk about some of the traditional ones that you have so the traditional ones are plum butter which we've mentioned before Polish people are crazy about plan which I'm not a guy that brings food and booze into the studio because listeners can't see they can't taste what what I'm doing in here but I will describe this the best they can and you were so kind to bring daughters your big highlight that's that's that's my favorite then rose petal jelly that's very very traditional very Polish and we use real raspberry preserves a local company here that makes the boss raspberry preserves there's just sugar packed in lemon juice and raspberries and if nothing else that plan has a beautiful flavor you know it's a great little tart but I'm I'm chasing sweet because of what you put into the dough surrounding it so I'm getting a little bit of both it is coming in and out that's really cool thank you thank we we try really hard and then some of the other it's nice and tight is good yeah yeah it's it's you know it's it's that's the whole point about plans you kind of want to make the jam kind of to reflect the fruit when you eat fresh plums they're not sugary sweet they have that little bit of sweet and tartness and that's exactly how the jam as the crazy flavors as I call them we have German chocolate we have Jameson whiskey chocolate okay yes you got these drunken get a which I love so Jamison's here Davis is in chocolate custard I'd add that can't wait to taste that when I'm a busy guy but given the low beam yeah but you got this moonshine and lemon and that's what we've got here tell me about the moonshine so the story is I have a my packaging guy bought a house in Kentucky and I said listen Simon when you go over there can you just bring me some moonshine and he when he was getting his house built he asked everybody for moonshine and and everybody would get so upset him there's no moon shining in talking the plumbers electricians that window guys the dark eyes everybody yeah and finally he built his house is sitting on his porch and some guy pulls up right to his to his front stop and he's it's are you the guy looking for moonshiners like yeah he brings out this carton of more of these Mason jars full of money it is like a hundred Bucks the drop that often like drives right off like it was it was like a transaction and have a little remote brings it back you say's Dover I found your moon shine so I said what flavor it would be really good for punchy with moonshine enacted lemon card will make this delicious lemon curd from scratch yeah with lemon juice and butter and eggs and sugar together then we think I spy to it like a little sharpness even yes yeah

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What Happened on Horton Road?

True Crime Brewery

13:47 min | 8 months ago

What Happened on Horton Road?

"Well come to true crime brewery. I'm Jill and on Dick Kellyanne. Tennis was just two days shy of her fourteenth birthday when she disappeared in her own neighborhood in nineteen eighty nine in the days. That followed children's stopped playing hang outside terrified. Neighbors began a harassment campaign of the Gallup family. A family whose two sons had become suspects. The Gallup poll appeared like any other well-maintained suburban home on the outside but what police found inside was shocking. This story shows us how we don't know our neighbors as well as we think we do. And how secrets inside of a family can fester and proliferate infecting others. Join us at the quiet and today for what happened on Horton road a troubling and Morbid case of two families one suburban neighborhood and one unforgettable unforgettable crime so I picked a beer actually from UTICA to New York Beer. This is from that brewing company in UTICA IT SARANAC black forest black beer it's German shephard spear charts means black in German so a black beer dark brown nice thick coffee colored ahead a nice aroma roasted ransom light. hops taste just like you think would from the nose Selena thin and gotta be honest a little nondescript the script so it's not that great a beer but it's okay nicely drinkable okay. Does the trick does does the trick and never tried it. So why. Don't we opened up and give it a try Yasushi. Thank all right Dick. Follow me down to the quiet with head on down. Why don't you go ahead and start our story okay? Yeah this doesn't seem to be too much going on around her. I think it's post Thanksgiving. Let Down Sheriff. Though on we go thirteen year old Kelly. Antennas lived on Long Island in the town of Valley Stream. She lived with appearance Victoria and Richard and her younger brother Richie in a middle class suburban neighborhood on Horton road. There is just nineteen houses houses and Horton road. Some were Cape Cod style. Homes some larger homes of red brick wall with neatly manicured lawns. Horton road is a neighborhood of families with children building for the most part mixture professionals small business owners blue-collar workers there are certainly wasn't allowed to do in valley stream. There was an ice rink and a pizza parlor. Kelly was a good skater and the ice rink was one of her favorite places to hang out before March. Third Nineteen Eighty Nine Horton road. Residence shared a sense of community. They had a block party on Labor Day. The fourth of July in Halloween each year. It was a good way to let the kids. Kids have fun while keeping an eye on them. At the same time everyone knew one another at least peripherally and parents felt safe letting the kids walk to and from each other's houses to play but March third nineteen eighty nine marked the end of tranquility and peace. On Horton road. Life would never be the same for the people who lived there for as long as they lived. They would remember the day when Kelly. Antennas didn't come home and the lives of two families would be destroyed. Kelly did go to school that day. Her father picked her up after school and dropped her at her home as he did most days and on the ride home. Kelly asked asked for permission to go to the ice rink with friends butter. Dad Said No. She needed to babysit her eight-year-old brother Richie until her mom got home from work now the tennis house was full and you could even say as a little bit on the crowded side had belonged to Kelly's grandparents now they were elderly and they continued. I live in the House with the family now. In this particular day the grandfather was in the hospital dying after a long battle with cancer. So this couple had purchased the the house in the late sixties. Mira certainly well known to all the neighbors he a lot of the neighbors there had been there a long time for generations. Kelly's at least Richard was a big guy in his late thirties. He ran a business repairing cars victorious auto repairs named after his wife made a decent living for him and Victoria worked to of course she worked at a local physician's office. Heli helped a lot at home with her grandmother. Her little brother entered dog ugh brutus. She rarely had friends to the house but she did have a lot of friends and she saw them in their homes and also at the ice rink. According to Kelly's friends she rarely complained about her crowded house or the extra responsibilities that she had there she really loved her family and just saw it as her responsibility to pin chin. A Nice Kid. Yes very nice kid. From all accounts Kelly had four really close girlfriends and these girls had nicknames nicknames for each other Kelly's nickname was sky because if her big blue eyes she's tall five foot. Eight and her hair was Brown with Auburn highlights and she was known for her wide smile. And here pretty much always happy disposition. Now maybe it's because of her family responsibilities but Kelly was more organized Organiz than most girls her age. She had a calendar in her room and she could be counted on to be where she was supposed to be. At any given time she hadn't yet had any boyfriends. She didn't drink and didn't do drugs. Kelly had a girlfriend the same ages. Her on Horton road share in stone. L. Sharing live just five doors down down so Kelly walked over there quite often to visit. The gulab family was one of the quieter families. On Horton road. They were a bit older than most and not super a friendly. The Father John was in his fifties very serious and hard worker. He operated a gas station in a neighboring town and he also did car repairs this his wife Elizabeth Gulab in her late forties and on the heavier side was more friendly than her husband. Elizabeth had friends in the neighborhood and she attended ended. The Roman Catholic church where her three children had had their confirmations. She worked full time at a local transportation company in the office. But what Elizabeth really enjoyed with shopping at garage sales and flea markets. That was her passion. She would call herself a collector if you'd asked her but everyone would soon find out that she was a hoarder before order became a noun. Yeah wasn't really a well known thing then true now the go ahead three the kids. When was Adele the oldest? She is a graduate of college. Twenty one year old Robert and fourteen year old John Jay Robert and John J I still lifted home Adele lived in Manhattan and worked for an accountant for an accounting firm. Kelly's very best friend was Roberta Gross. They had known each other since they were preschoolers they attended. Would Mir middle school went to the movies ice skated and they were just beginning to talk about boys. Neither of them had dated yet Kellyanne. Roberta routinely talked on the phone after school. Roberta had an after school job where she was able to use the phone. So March third was a Friday and Kelly's birthday was that Sunday the plan was for Kelly's closest girlfriends. Four of them to take Kelly out to to dinner Friday night. Invite over first sleepover at Roberta's and surprise her with a slumber party. Kelly's mother had already agreed to this with Roberta. OUGHTA after her father dropped her at home. Kelly called her friend Jennifer but there was no answer then. She called her dad at work and asked to go to the ice skating rink again. He again told her no. It was still another hour until her mom would be home and then she could go. Kelly called another friend after that and complained about having to babysit her brother. She said she was thinking of just leaving for the ice rink anyway. The phone rang at the tennis house. Shortly after that. And Richie answered. The caller said that his name was John and he asked to speak to Kelly so Kelly took the call spoke for less than a minute then twenty minutes. It's later at three ten PM. Kelly told her little brother Richie that she was going to her friend. Nicole's house just down the street and she'd be right back. Richie wasn't I used to being left alone at all. So after just five minutes of Kelly being gone he decided to go find her at three fifteen. He walked down the block to Nicole's house but Nicole said that Kelly hadn't been there six year old hairy Finney who Kelly had baby sat for in the past was out playing in front of Sharon Sharon stone. Els House which was between Nicole's house and the goal of House here. He told Richie that he had seen Kelly and she'd gone into John. Jay's house the goal of house both of the young boys went over to the goal ABS. Front door rang the doorbell several times but nobody answered there so Ritchie. I went back home and he was back home at three forty five by himself. No big sister at this point. It's kind of like. She just vanished. The she wasn't where she told her brother she is going to be right and nobody seen her except for one little kid has said she went into the goal of house. Yes but they couldn't couldn't get anyone answered the door now. It was really strange. It's very strange. So Richie got back home. And he called his mom and his dad to tell NICB. Kelly left him alone victorious she would be home within the hour. Ritchie mentioned the Gallup's House to his dad. Dad Tom go find your sister so he told Richie to beat on the door and call for Kelly until someone opened the door. Kelly barely knew the Globes. She had no reason to be in their house and she needed to get home. I'm I'm sure the parents are kind of pissed off at her now. She's not watching a little brother. She bailed on him yeah. Initially they're angry right. They think. Why would she do that? There's no reason right. But before he went over which he took it upon himself to call the goal of how several times he found the number in the phone book. Remember those phone books. Yeah you're yeah. Those were cool but there is no answer so he walked back to the House and he pounded on the goal of store yelling for Kelly and he did this for several roll minutes but now he heard loud rock music blasting inside the house not to give up so easily though Ritchie went to the sidewalk and started yelling Out For Kelly yelling her name and then he got a little bit clever he started yelling. That brutus is loose her dog because he thought well if she knows her dogs loose. She'll she'll come out right away. She loves that dog but still nobody came to the door. There was no response at all. Just a house with the door shut and loud music playing so Ritchie went back to the house and Roberta. Her friend called again for Kelly. She called two more times in the next hour. So and Roberta's getting more and more concerned about where Kelly could be. How Victoria got home? A little after five and Richard was a few minutes after her and they were upset. Like you said because this wasn't something to Kellyanne ever done leaving brother alone like this now added us. She was very reliable so the parents called her friends. But no one has seen Kelly really. So I they're at they're angry but then a very quickly became word. Victoria walked down the block knocking on doors of their neighbors and friends know Anouar Newark. Kelly gone finally Sharon stone. All told Victoria that she had seen Kelly. and to the Gallup's house after three PM this supporter. What Richard told his mother and a father but a strange the goal of did have a fourteen year old son? John Jay the Kellyanne John. Jay were in France. I mean they don't hang out together didn't do anything together. moodiest proximate in age. Yeah so I think most parents would remember a time when their child disappeared. Like that. And you just panic. You don't know what to do and unfortunately in this case it turned out to be your worst nightmare. The worst thing you could imagine there were five calls else from the tennis house to the Gallup's house between four fifty three PM and five thirty pm that day just before six. PM Richard Tennis. It's called the house again and finally he was able to speak with Elizabeth Gulab. Elizabeth said that Kelly had not been at the House and it actually took a moment to remember member who Kelly was because these two families weren't that friendly Richard S to speak to John. Jay who was the fourteen year old son of the goal ups and Elizabeth did hand over the phone to John. Jay Gallup John J told Kelly Stat that he hadn't seen Kelly for several days in fact but Richard thought he sounded nervous. He seemed really anxious to get off the phone too so he didn't know if that was just because he was nervous talking to an adult or if he new something he was hiding. It seems that I know it hasn't been a longtime Achilles been gone right but she never did anything like this. I'm thinking and people are starting to get a little fearful about what's going on here. Yeah but I don't think John Jay was getting fearful no. He was kind of a teenager with an attitude. We'll get to more of that. I think John Jay you saying I haven't seen her but we have two people who said that Kelly went into his house right.

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"black forest" Discussed on Talk 1260 KTRC

Talk 1260 KTRC

03:48 min | 1 year ago

"black forest" Discussed on Talk 1260 KTRC

"Increasing the force basically the same as his higher muscle density better. Actual results. Like that. Exactly. Can you lose weight doing this or this never claim that? But you like any exercise program almost any extra you will tone. Okay. So, you know, and there have been a few people that have reported to me that they've gained weight. These are not people that were overweight at all. Wait, right. And they haven't changed their clothing size or anything. They're they in other words, the scale says they've gained weight, but they it must have been. Yes. Exactly. Day's coming up. Yeah. You're gonna do anything special for mother's day. Well, we're having an open house as a little after mother's day. It's going to be on Wednesday may twenty ninth at six PM. So that'll be that. We always have a free introduction. So anybody anybody mother or daughter or male female, whatever interests you at all either from the standpoint or the bone standpoint, this is something you should look into. We brought this up in a patch Sheila, I didn't wanna make it sound like the this for people who are aging and falling apart and all that because you do have athletes come in looking to increase their performance. Yes. Performance. We have a triathlete right now who is checking it out for his performance. We'd be breakdown from gender at fifty fifty more women than now. It's always just like almost everything. It's almost more. It's I would say eighty twenty women to men lot more women. A lot more women women just are more adventuresome and trying things and attending seminars. And so on rolling does it rolling. Does it very faithfully? So and he wouldn't do he does not follow my directive, unfortunately, unless something really works for a benefit. I've noticed that it. It's pretty much all about role. What was that? Nothing rolling. It's okay. All right, fishing chips. Today was spectacular is always I headed to limit today though, because Cheryl Jamerson picture of a of a B L T. And it's like, oh my God. And I was conflicted. When it came in today, fish and chips, be LT. Tough choice. Life is difficult. I went with a fish and chips. They're all gone. Go gone. Yes. Okay. No, I didn't. I had to summon Bergen step. I mentioned on a regular basis the the chocolate mousse here, then if you're not a professional stay away from it is for professionals only. Very very serious chocolate, very serious, very light cream filling and only professionals can take care that topped with shaved serious chocolate. Ficials only what about the tort. That is a new port has we experimenting and having some sugar and gluten free, desserts and the Black Forest cake is one of them neck forest taught? So it has a chocolate cake. That's Newton free. No sugar in it. All right, then the cream filling and the cherries all the sweetened with xylitol, which is a sugar substitute. It doesn't act on the buddy like sugar dust, but it still gives you the sweet sensation and we had to tweak the recipe quite a bit of not to make it. So you can't tell the difference. Idea was those just said anybody who loves dessert would not know a difference and she was ragging on your banana cream pies..

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"black forest" Discussed on The Daily Zeitgeist

The Daily Zeitgeist

02:40 min | 1 year ago

"black forest" Discussed on The Daily Zeitgeist

"Utopia your next podcast. There's another scientific study not nearly as informative whereas important as the one on Chem sec. Oh, the people fetter fucked up I'd have sex, right? There's one about how counties with more trees spend less on Medicare. Yeah. It makes. I like this study again, so they analyze nearly every county in the continental United States, and they showed that like Medicare costs just tended to be lower in these places that had more forests in shrub lands than ones that were just sort of like that had other types of land cover like just straight up concrete jungles and shit like like get better air quality. Yeah. And I think, you know, they also found that like urban and rural counties with the lowest socioeconomic status appeared to benefit the most from increases in forests and shrubs, and they also just found that this relationship like persists, even when you look at economic or geographic factors in just sort of like, well, okay. We're there's more green people tend to be a little bit healthier. Now. They don't go and say that this is necessarily say arguing that the presence of the the the greenery will Directly wreck. lowers healthcare costs go breathe next to a tree. And you will be right. I should we should knock down a couple of targets and make some, you know, we we need more forest people. There's all these forest people in Europe right in the in the Black Forest. Oh, yeah. That's my favorite drink a coffee as a bunch of forests. The Oh, my. my. Forest expert, experts AB Lofton what? No. But it does add to like this sort of there's a growing body of evidence that singlet green spaces or actually really good for just health outcomes. So there's like their studies that have shown that people in ICU, they recover more quickly and fewer complications after surgery if they're hospital rooms look out over trees rather than parking lots. And also, they say other studies are found that forced walks can influence, potentially health, promoting hormone levels or anticancer immune cells in the blood. I think this is good to be a nature just in general. Yeah. I mean, I think it's good for your mental health give your physical health. I used to there is no it's where I grew up and the only place where there was even some woods was the big big graveyard. So my momma be like to walk around the radio. We'll just we'll just trust pass on golf courses. Oh, that's nice. Yeah. Night 'cause nobody's out there. Yeah. No. That's all you can do nila. Yeah. What we would do it because the fairway was like the Grass's nice and low we play soccer. Bend, like, a better like a professional pidge. All right. Let's take another quick break. We'll be right back..

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"black forest" Discussed on EconTalk

EconTalk

03:20 min | 1 year ago

"black forest" Discussed on EconTalk

"But that's the so-called rewinding movement. Read interesting book by George mon- bio, I think that's pronounce his name. But I think the called feral F A A R A L might have that wrong, but will link to in his book is mostly about is the reintroduction of native species to United Kingdom and parts of the Black Forest area in eastern Europe. And it's really remarkable extraordinary idea that we think of. K as an example kingdom, you know. It's it's of a nation of sheep a place where there's a, you know, we think of the British landscape English countryside Scottish countryside. We say shape grazing, and but they don't belong there. They they are they're only through a lot of intervention on the part of human beings, and I used to be a lot wilder and a lot greener, insert ways because sheet a lot of grass. So just curious. If you have any thoughts on the obviously, the American prayer reserves in examples as trying to recreate something akin to Lewis and Clark saw a beautiful idea. Loved the idea of at it. It's really practical or whether it will work, but I do like the David. Right. I mean, I think you know, when we think about things like rewinding, and I'm certainly not an expert on the subject, particularly as it relates to the United Kingdom. But if we look at the the mega trends that are going, and the fact that you know, across the west, and I don't just mean the American west, but. You know, the the western world populations are becoming more and more urban and rural areas are becoming depopulated. I don't see that reversing anytime soon and debt leaves us with the question of what do we do with these lands? You know, what is the the best and highest use as it were. And so I think that the rewinding proponents are a valuable part of the conversation about to trying to decide you know, what comes next. But I would proceed with caution because the reality is, you know, it is no longer eighteen sixty seven things have changed dramatically on the landscape since that time and trying to recapture some mythic past is probably not necessarily. Something that that is going to lead to anything other than disappointment. So I think we need to be pragmatic. And you know, I think we also need to be sensitive to the people who who still live in these places and make sure that they are bought into whatever conservation programs are being implemented. Because at the end of the day. They're the ones who will decide whether these programs succeed or fail because they're the ones who are going to have to live with them day to day. I guess today has been Catherine censorsh- she is research fellow with perk the property and environment research center, Kathryn, thanks for being part of econ talk. Thank.

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"black forest" Discussed on Swimming Upstream Radio Show

Swimming Upstream Radio Show

04:31 min | 1 year ago

"black forest" Discussed on Swimming Upstream Radio Show

"But but yeah that but that that getting out and having that little bit of meditation in the morning really sets a nice tone for your day. And it does the endorphins that you get help get you out of bed. Yeah. I agree with that. Now, I don't do anything for Stig in the morning. I try to will. Usually I wake up around five. Now, this is this is fairly funny. I wake up about five and you have to rush. I don't know about you. But I have to rush bathroom because otherwise things are very unsettled will that Sanjin. All the time. And then having done that I go get my phone on which I have all kinds of stories recorded. None of them remind. 'cause I know what I think and I bring it back to bed with music for half hour, usually as Larry mcmurtry. There's something about Larry mcmurtry that puts me right to sleep. So then after I said it for a half hour. But usually by the time, it goes off, the sleep again for however long, I can sleep, and so far, and I think this is one of the rules that I sort of established in life when I wake up I try to feel really great about being here. Another day. Do you talk up very? I guess I can't stated thought I just have. I'm so grateful. I have something to look forward to this. That's really that's really hard. And the I wanna ask you a minute about the hospice work because it seems to me that would be hard. I want to catch her thoughts on her this one. So how do you feel about each? Well, I know that I have to wake up in make money to live. So that's kind of my motivation right now because I'm not retired. But, but I do know when I'm on holiday from my exercise classes in things I still wake up at the same time with that expectation of seeing the same faces, and you know, laughing with the same people in that type of thing. So I know that the motivation of seeing all of these people is motivation for getting out of bed. And I think I feel the same way about a happens Mary, and I are in the same Taichi class in have been for some years, and it has ups and downs literally as well as as well as figuratively. But the very idea that I'm getting up I'm going there. And to me the the effort of getting up getting dressed going out. I'm always late for class. I don't mean to be. But I have these Pani. Hose that I have to put on their support hose, and it costs thousands dollars a pair Sali's made him the Black Forest. Well, and it's the difference between my being able to get up and go, but in case anybody, and then of course, with my business. He often got calls from these coasts take care of before. I can get out. But if you've ever wondered why never managed to get there? I. And well, this is this is kind of one of my main points for me about this being this age is that since I can't get there on time. Most of the folks, I know would say, well, I just won't go. I will wait until I can get there on time. But I find that to get up and get dressed get out the door get and to me driving every day is important because if you only drive us in a while, you're not safe on the road, you know, should by Iraq. And so I to go get their exercise for as long as I can see some people. That's a good start to the day. And I, but that's what if anybody ever says to you button at world matter with her you say, well, many things, but that's not it. I'll remember that. I think so. Okay. That's good. So who has do you have given given all this? Do you have a getting up ritual in the morning is ready to make you feel like you're ready to go in that kind of thing? Well, I I need to get up. And take a new pill or my thyroid, our before you got has you mortals? I have as she mode. Oh, I I don't think so very just my diabetes mo- as 'cause mental spit on his part..

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"black forest" Discussed on MMA Junkie Radio

MMA Junkie Radio

03:27 min | 1 year ago

"black forest" Discussed on MMA Junkie Radio

"So my friend is telling I sent him a picture of my boosters, and he couldn't get it 'cause they're closed this New Year's day. So he went to Taco Bell and eat a Mexican pizza, and it looks super goods I made that last night. I don't. Yeah. Yeah. Yeah. Thing. That's like a Taco Bell thing. That's how American thing. Yeah. I I don't even think I've had one what's on the Mexican. Tostados kind of. But it is act with with what like which another. Also inside. It's like they have like this their own like type toast, audits like crunchy. But yet sof, okay. It's magic let me let me guess is it tastes like everything else. Like on talk about and you made with the same ingredients of the five things, but it's just rearranged. How do they the this is all like? Them and McDonald do they just count on you going? I don't want that bullshit. Give me the real stuff. I mean, I don't know. It's it's it's it's like that goes back to not qualities quantity is so cheap. They're selling so much as your like six bean-and-cheese burrito. Oh, yeah. The dollar ones. Yeah. I left there being burritos just their regular being breeder and their Mexi melts all Mexi melts. Those I really liked their chilli cheese burritos, but they keep getting rid of them. You get them at certain places when we haven't seen those since the nineties when when when when when did they ever bring those back they brought him back for months last year. Probably I went on a bam. Glad I missed that. Hey, speaking back to papooses multiple before you fan of that is that why you like the because that's this last with like it's like it's like their version of monoploy. Really? I feel like the proposal is more like a. Not the same deal. But like a thicker recall Mosser or something like you said the Masa, right? Yeah. So I tried it's funny because backhoe e Potala Puerto Rican food patella, nah, not too much a little bit of your New York, but not not out here, not not not anywhere else. So I love my family and my mama, grandma. Anti-dole make pathetic we're not Puerto Rican. So I don't know how they make such good Patel as but so I went I was talking about it. And then the the girl she said, oh, yeah. We have our own pasta. And that's because that's how it spell, right? And that's how they said. I don't know if in hallway we change it to Potala, maybe Hispanic they say bus Stella. That's yeah. Because that's I. Portuguese have it too. Because I have some Portuguese part. I don't know. If you have a Portuguese roots line. We are. So I was gonna say I have Portuguese family. That's what the same. Yeah. So so, but they have they have their version of it. But it's okay. It's really different. Okay. Really different than the that makes sense. Yeah. I never I never really had it with them. But then I would have having like at a restaurant or like certain places, but it's kind of more hips replaced on getting their authentic Puerto that'd be honest. So we're all hungry down. Nah. I skip breakfast. Nice breakfast. All of the I have my go-to exit race with nice today was Turkey bacon. I alternate. It's usually Portuguese sausage button. When I'm heath get let going quicker because you've got to cut up the Portuguese sausage cook. It out I'll do like, I do these little cheddar. Smokey's or Turkey bacon. Turkey bacon. That's what I'm doing tonight for for for for dinner. Amusing a I'm not not Turkey bacon, not healthy of using the Black Forest. Black Forest Wilshire bacon, all its bomb..

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"black forest" Discussed on WLAC

WLAC

12:49 min | 1 year ago

"black forest" Discussed on WLAC

"The I'm I'm much to my chagrin, the new glennbeck t-shirt and coffee mug, and for some strange reason pillow is out. It's. And also, you can get it for your iphone case. The the the picture is. Resembles a bucket of chicken with my face on it. And you know, I mean, some will find that funny. Others namely me, we'll. But never never concern. Your lots of great stuff up at shop dot the blaze dot com. I'm going to post these later today. These are some of the books that I have read in the last year that I highly recommend I'm in the middle of Kate Morton's, the clockmakers daughter, this is kind of a search through history. This woman in present day England, she is working at a conservatory. And she is she opens up. I think it's a satchel of some sort of a satchel and she has to catalog everything. And she's captivated by a picture that is in there. She remembers that in a story that her mother used to tell but she thought that this was a story that was just her mother's story. So how did this picture of this old house get in there? It's exactly what she saw. So she starts this investigation. And it goes back about one hundred years, and you see what is happening, and I don't know how it ends yet. But it's really it's a lot of fun, especially if you're like history hunts is this a really good story. There is a book called white rose Black Forest which read I think in the spring and loved this book. This one is. About a an allied soldier World War Two, and he has to fly in and parachute into the Black Forest all by himself, and he's going in as a German soldier. And he has to kill one guy on a certain date. He's going to be in a certain place. He's got to kill him. Well, he goes in and something happens to shoot. I can't remember exactly. But he lands in the in the forest, and I think he breaks either one I think maybe both of his legs. And he passes out and he's out in the snow at night in the Black Forest will this woman, this German woman who lives in a cabin there in the forest. She happens to be walking in the forest, you know, but he doesn't know that she was going actually to kill herself that night, she sees him unconscious. She takes care of him. And then drags him back to the cabin. Where she nurses him back to health. Well, he's prepped and he can't move because of his legs. Sh- what she can't tell him is that she's anti Nazi. And her biggest foe is the head of the SS in her small little town. And they've just destroyed her family, and she hates the Nazis, and that's why she was going to kill herself. But she can't say this because he's a German soldier. But she starts to realize. I don't think he's a German soldier. He can't tell her. I'm not a German soldier. So it's this game back and forth. The whole time this mental game in how it ends is just it's fantastic. That is called the white rose Black Forest Robert Harris wrote a book if you're into tech and see what's coming. He wrote a book called the fear index. It's a novel. It's great. It starts with a murder in Geneva. This guy was working for Sern, and he had this theory that he could make an AI that could predict you know, habits, and he used as an example, it could predict the stock market, and it could actually make money. So this guy from Wall Street comes in and says, hey, I want to hire you for this. I want to I want you to build this for me. And so he does. Well, it turns out that he actually creates a and then it starts to move into a GI and its goal is to make money. Well, fear. Don't fear the machine fear. The goals its goal is to make money. It now is taking on a life of its own, and it is piling money in. But like plane crashes are happening just after the stock is dumped, and it's no one's in charge of it. They can't seem to shut it down. They don't know if they want to shut it down as the guy starts to figure things out. Now, he's smeared in the press. He sat up is this a person is this a I it's a fantastic story. There's a crazy audio from Elon Musk. We you get today on where he's talking about. I mean, he's absolutely in this world. And you've talked about him as being very skeptical of how this is happening is seemingly making major moves to try to make sure that we do know is and yet heavily ethically. Yeah. No, he's he started a huge. Foundation to do it. But he doesn't believe it'll be done, nor do I you can't put the genie back in the bottle and somebody somewhere is going to go. I wonder what would happen, you know? And and that's the Robert Harris book, Dan Brown book that came out this year origin, that's along the same vein, and it's really really good. If you know somebody that is into history. There's a few things that I that. I highly recommend. The new Reagan book by Bob Spitz. We just had him on as a podcast over the weekend. Listened to that podcast. It's fantastic. You might kids. Enjoyed this podcast. Really, great, really great podcast. Great book called Reagan by Bob Spitz. He went in. And he he was not a fan. He's the guy. He's done the Beatles. Think the stones. I can't remember he's got a long list of he writes, the ultimate biography of people and he brings team to two new spring. So I'm not sure he worked with Springsteen. He he he writes these books the people that change culture and are deeply loved by a group of people the only person he said, he was with his wife, and he he was like who can I write about next. And she said Reagan, and he said absolutely not he didn't like Reagan at all. But he decided that half the country loved him. There has to be something. And so he went and he started to track him, and he met with people that have never been interviewed before in his hometown that knew him and his family. He went in and he had access to Reagan's personal papers. They're not even in the library. Hey, there his personal papers. One other author has had access to these. But he left. Them sealed and the things that he found in those papers, just awesome. And he understood and really began. He loves Reagan. Now still says I disagree with his policies. But I love this guy. It's a great great book another one called defying Hitler. This was actually this. This is a a an unfinished book it just stops. Towards the end of it. It is the best history. Book on Germany. I have ever seen. The reason why it stopped is the guy escaped from Germany came over here became one of the leading authors and leading. Authorities on Hitler himself. He was writing it in Germany as a as a missive to the west saying, look, you don't understand our history. You don't understand what's happening? You don't understand what he's doing? And how this is affecting even my friends pay attention. It is fascinating. It's called defying Hitler another book that I read over the summer by Thomas K hill is how the Irish saved civilization. I don't even know why I picked this up. But I pick this book up and I loved it. You will. Because of the way Ireland was a lot of the books when Europe was burning were taken to Ireland and left in Ireland. So a lot of the knowledge of that should have been lost was preserved by the Irish. But also the whole story of Saint Patrick. I couldn't find any snakes. But do you know what he did drive out of Ireland slavery? He was a slave. Who was captured? I think in Great Britain and the Irish were horrible slave owners. And they would just come and they would just capture people, and they would take them and they'd sell them into slavery. Well, Saint Patrick he escapes one night just because he heard the voice of God. And he just walked he gets. He walks alway across Ireland gets to a ship. Providence kicks in. He goes back to England. He never wants to have anything to do with with the Irish again. And he's prompted you gotta go back. And so he starts changing people's hearts one town at a time one church at a time in in Ireland. It's a great great story. A couple of other. Real quick. If you're interested in tech. The tech wise family by Andy crouch is a great book. This is for if you're thinking what do I do? How do I protect my family? The tech wise family far as a SI our final invention by James. I think it's Barrett. Is really good. There are three of them here that are really really good that our I think our must reads if you want to understand what's coming our final invention than max tag. Mark wrote life three point. Oh. And then Brett king wrote augmentation. All three of those are really good. And I think it's life three point. Oh that talks about the industries of the future that will survive. Then one more category. And I've got a lot more books, but I'll post them all online. This just real quick highlights. In the social sciences how to win how to win friends and influence people. I started realizing that I started reading that. Again, I read that when I was a kid. I started reading that again that is the book on how to win. This is the book on how to bring America back together. This is the best thing I have written. I've read in a longtime far solutions how to win friends and influence people. Ben Sasse book them, really good. You've all Harari. This is a frightening book, but you will understand how. Leadership around the world. This is a very respected guy respected by global leaders. Everybody reads his book, who's anybody. This one is has some truly frightening things in it the way he just looks at the world. And you get an insight on what's coming. It's called Twenty-one lessons for the twenty first century. You may not agree with the lessons that he wants to give, but you should know them because this is the direction of the world Twenty-one lessons for the twenty first century, then real quick the coddling of the American mind by Greg Lucan looking off and crisis of responsibility by David Banton. There's more on these lists. And we'll give you the complete list at glennbeck dot com. We'll have that posted later today at glennbeck dot com..

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"black forest" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

02:02 min | 1 year ago

"black forest" Discussed on WGN Radio

"Was empty on. Believe me. I get up at five to get the paper. So no one sees me. They had a block party in the summer. It looked great from my house. Peeks through the window with all the shades down. We couldn't go out for dinner that night. You are we could go out. We're stranded the block party has stranded us because if they see us drive out first of all he put the bouncy castle right by our Dr. So we couldn't get out if we wanted to take a walk somewhere, then they would have been looking at us. Well, why aren't you know, for example? I shouldn't say this because my house will be a when I get home instead of all my Christmas lights gonna have eggs. But. They'll be green and red. Yeah. Yeah. Hopefully with a little touchy yellow. Yeah. What what what what what would green with yellow make Richard with yellow get your primary color board out work on that? But so I just got the the notice in the mailbox for the progressive bloc party. You know, what that is? Where you go from house to house. It's like a pub crawl. Yeah. What how are you going to keep them from going to your house? I turn out the lights out. Yeah. Once again shades down. Yeah. Not a light on. Okay. And every house that is a great neighbor is either. I don't. Anybody? But I also don't bother you. See I by spin. I'm the best neighbor. You don't know. I'm there. But yeah. So what happens every house? That's that is involved in the progressive Christmas party. They put the the bags the little lunch bags with candles in them. To line the sideline the sidewalk. So everybody who's progressing knows. And then they come to my house, and it's almost like the Black Forest 'cause they go into this because it's all dark, right? I will shut my lights out on that day. Even though I love to be festive and Christmas on that day. I will. And that's what I did. Many times. I don't answer my.

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"black forest" Discussed on KFI AM 640

KFI AM 640

01:54 min | 1 year ago

"black forest" Discussed on KFI AM 640

"And how did we get? Here wasn't wasn't a year ago wasn't too goes. This has been decades. Let's give the example here you had a fire in two thousand eight still underbrush. And you're right. When you have a fire, and you don't get salvage operations within the first year. Then the timber is a diminishing asset, then you're actually paying people to remove it rather than having some value. So we've not been able to do salvage timber physically. We have we should be doing prescribed burns late in the season rather than midseason controlled burns. We have a an enormous amount of dead and dying timber. Sound was beetle kill some drought. I think we we have really good science. There are models that are better you can shred trees when they when they have more tally, but the density of trees. Is up the amount of dead and dying. Trees is elevated. The temperatures are hotter. The seasons longer. We have a we have seasonal problems with as far as number of personnel interior can hire seasonally because they're fighting forest. Fires. So long. Via time, they're they're they're done. They don't have enough man hours to do the prescribed burns. So solace is administrative again. A lot of the look at Penn show. You can go back. You look at a German model. The Black Forest. We have really good science is better to use best science best practices in order to have a regulatory framework that increases environmental stewardship safety reliability and predictability. So active forest management is a tool that we should use..

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"black forest" Discussed on The Fundamentalists

The Fundamentalists

02:54 min | 1 year ago

"black forest" Discussed on The Fundamentalists

"They mostly stay quiet on a lie the person to project onto them their other sister mother father. And then so in other words what we do is. Because we're talking support guys. We talk about the ideas, and there's a who'll kind of theory, but in practice, I totally agree with you that actually understanding is not generally, very useful as they're not very, so even if they're talking about this fantasy stuff you can see through it all and still being trumped by or you cannot understand any of the theory at all but be completely free from it. So yeah. So I said it Heidegger who was one of the toughest philosopher, but said the people he understood his work best. Where the German farmers that. He he spent a lot of time in the block forest in the bar with these these people he worked allowed deliver the ring to mortar. Yes that sounds like an insane. Like lock forest spent a lot of time in the Black Forest with the Ellison, the the pixies wicked people, but you know, he felt that they were the ones understood is philosophy past the university. Professor the work. They have the real people real people who lived a what a great answer. That's a great answer because it separates psychoanalysis from every other thing that that we fall into in this millennial internet age of like take the quiz. What are you? What are you what where did the sorting hat? Anyway, we've talked about that for. I I got a fun deviation from your guess, I'm a throw this. I was doing we're doing pretty good. Okay. This is. I wanna know your thoughts on this. Right. So okay. We're doing the valley folk we did this video where it was movie titles that get mashed together. So it would be like, you know, creature from swampy thing goes on quest to find hidden treasure in organ or something, and it's like the the creature from the black lagoon is so it's like you combine to movie names with the summers. Fun game. Really silly in it, Steve's her goes a presents a thought experiment, and I'm writing an essay on who thought experiment. We're gonna put on our value of patriotic. And it's like it's like five pages. So far on why I I thought he was wrong, and then I came around. But I think the reason he is right. Is is he's right for the wrong reason. He's yeah. He doesn't know why. He's right. And so we're sound. So condescending, I have this long thing, and I'm like trying to incorporate like evolutionary psychology and psychoanalysis all this. Here's the thought experiment. Basically he picks up a mug. It's this like mug. That's got a it's in the shape of a jovial beer drinker. And it's this sort of like really old colorful, happy guy big ole rotund, smiling face looks kinda talian and goes, what's more terrifying?.

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"black forest" Discussed on Ari Shaffir's Skeptic Tank

Ari Shaffir's Skeptic Tank

02:04 min | 1 year ago

"black forest" Discussed on Ari Shaffir's Skeptic Tank

"And it's just like people read stuff with as stuff changes in the world. Your jokes take on new meanings aren't attention and people have lines. They should have lines for something, but it's like like everyone like several comedians. We're always joking, all we just, you know, everything is. Yeah. So I tell the crowd just so it gives you, it's. Yeah. It is. That's why shouldn't have, you know, I'm not, but that's the way the thing you're saying about big. That's why shouldn't have to apologize before you say the bid because there's a contract we're in a comedy club, you know we're, and that's why people get in trouble online because there's no contract online people can't take. To someone who doesn't even know your common. Exactly. Yeah. Now. Ready? I could probably do that one also do as I mentioned earlier. Yeah. Good to be Jew in America. The only time it's really tough is at the end of the year. They called a holiday season. Now we own. It really is. It's not the holiday season. It's Christmas time when the Jews reminded who really runs shit around here. Now they say that Jews control the media, right? You never December all the media plays Christmas songs. Christmas movies, Christmas TV shows. I mean, the Jews really control the media, you think would be playing all this crap, celebrating the birth of your false messiah. The answer of course is yes, we would take your Christian money. That's not the point. The point is is being a little Jewish during Christmas time. Like when I was in elementary school every year we have these winter assemblies and they force us to sing Christmas owns one year. The actually made me sing, oh, Christmas tree in German. Realize how fucked up that is. Do you make any less Jewish? Maybe four speed aware prosthetic foreskin me to Black Forest ham..

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"black forest" Discussed on Whimsically Volatile

Whimsically Volatile

03:42 min | 2 years ago

"black forest" Discussed on Whimsically Volatile

"The longer story Pat running through the Black Forest. Oh, just the endless endless endless. This is what I listen to. When I go to bed every night is what you were listen to at the gym. Yeah, this is my cardio Jan playlist would know you spin class on spin class? Yeah, really people charged up and ready cheese yet. Mandy Melander road for people watching that may be interested in the film adaptation of literary works like your friendly neighborhood. English scholar, this movie is partially based on the spirit de profundis by the nineteenth century essay is Thomas to Quincy a collection that was never fully published because caught on fire. Wink. Wink was spooky times. It's a fascinating series of essays talks about the human consciousness fantasy and other mind, fuck ary, and I have a feeling that the audience is that love this would love them or enjoy them. Pardon me Mandy. Sorry for interrupting your movie club with book club, loved the movie. And as a former dancer who hated ballet with a burning passion, I get a little bit of satisfaction out of the idea that this is what those ballet bore. Ding schools are really like also is someone who has been forced to watch the peanut Bausch documentary dozens of times. Shilling help present. She is in that twenty eighteen trailer. Oh yes, it is. Trailer. Oh, told us Swinton looks exactly like peanut Bausch really and I'm obsessed with peanuts, really? Oh, yes. Homey, a little peanut butter. I don't know that much. Peanut Bush was a German dance theatre choreographer who became the artistic director of tons to tal- she, she was starting ballet and her. I believe her, I. Major work was her choreographing stravinsky's the rite of spring and it was done on a dirt stage entire stage was was made of dirt, and it was she in her early stuff had it was a lot of men, the battle of the sexes in. So she did a lot of her stuff. It's like a lot of it is it's ballet base, but then the trajectory of her career is like it goes into much more like fluid improvisational stuff. We're like a. Would more dancey for lack of a better word. I'm sure credit dances. I think the industry term. Yeah. Yeah. I don't know. I, I lost interest in Bausch when his stuff became a lot more Dan. It was dancing to freewheeling, but it will. Lot of it was just it was just like theatrics stuff where it was a pedestrian movement, a lot of repetition and variation in really, really like raw, emotional in five lint imagery between men and women. Okay. A lot of women being victim and manhandled and you know, fun stuff, Mr. Rogers of stuff. Sure, sure. Anyways, so, but she but bows yourself was extremely thin, frail angular, looking woman, and she has. There's a a piece of hers at thirty minute performance piece called Cuffy moolah convey Mula and where. She's seen in a just a slip wandering through this cafe with her hands out blind, bumping up against the wall, and there's there's, there's a whole, it's create. It's very, haunting, crickets, very haunting. I see what you ruminating earlier. Yes, of course. I had my digging out and wearing a slip a Craig. You gotta give me a little bit of artistic license Kacha. I would never try to take that away from you. I knew that you were doing an interpretation, no MAs, if you will. But what if I want you to take my ding Ling away. Well, we'll have to discuss that..

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"black forest" Discussed on KMOX News Radio 1120

KMOX News Radio 1120

01:35 min | 2 years ago

"black forest" Discussed on KMOX News Radio 1120

"Say you don't have a huge yard like we live in south city. We don't have a huge yard, and we want some Saint Louis composting product. Now, they will deliver. I please understand that. But usually they're only delivered bulk I don't know if they'll deliver bags or not maybe I should I should have asked the other day when I was broadcasting from there. But anyway, I get bag material from them, whether it's mulch, they've got all kinds of mulches, hardwood, red colored Brown colored black colored cedar mulch, which is my favorite is personal favourite and Black Forest mulch. They have premium soils topsoil SLC raised bed. Mix SLC growers mix jolly gardener potting mix in jelly Gardner veggie fruit in herb garden mix and then they have compost as well black gold compost. So those are bag material. So if you don't have a big yard, you don't need a whole lot of stuff. Just get it. You know, God Louis composting and get a couple of bags of what you need. You're not sure what you need. We'll talk to the staff. They're more than willing to help. You make the best. Decision. Saint Louis composting has a facility in the city of Saint Louis that's terminal row. They have one in Pacific, and that's on Franklin road, Maryland, highs facility that's on Schaefer drive the floor some facility that's on county park road the Belleville facility facility that's on mine hall road. And then the headquarters is in valley park at old avenue, which is at forty four and one forty one basically so Saint Louis composting for all your Ganic needs to if you have any questions, even before you approach him STO, compost dot com..

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"black forest" Discussed on KIRO Radio 97.3 FM

KIRO Radio 97.3 FM

03:56 min | 2 years ago

"black forest" Discussed on KIRO Radio 97.3 FM

"Won't mold in your refrigerator and he just leave them. In your fridge covered and use them when you want to use them, my, wife makes. The version from there's an old book called fancy pantry You know there's all. Kinds of pickles and sauces, and she uses that pickled Merlo, cherry recipe I believe it is where we use merlot wine and Cam that she she actually cans them. So they're always going. To be a little bit soft, because when you see your Jerry's begin soft and then when you can't them for thirty minutes or. Eighteen minutes no no no no I can't remember how long it is You have to pass a down the. Fibrous material and then they sit there and that juice and they they continue to get soft. But it is what it is it makes it delicious if you make them sweeter or a little, bit used brandy instead of wine you can make your own Manhattan, cherry, Manhattan, cocktail, I. Love them in old fashioned as well Gary tasting so I think that's super fun when you're, pulling that you have guests over and you pull. Out something that you can back in June You're having. Cocktails in December because really that is I think of that cocktails a kind of a cooler weather cocktail Yeah you're getting a little bit of taste of summer and reaping the rewards of your hard work can work great if you. Wanna make something like. A Black Forest cake because the, canned cherries. Will bring down in the layers of the cake and I love that that's just an old fashioned cake very, good I, had at. The hotel DuPont when I I'm ever had it and made, it was hotel DuPont in Wilmington Delaware nineteen seventy five and if you want to be even more lazy for dessert I bet no one. Would. Really, turn, their nose up to a bowl of vanilla ice, cream and those cherries on probably how I have yeah yeah very All right our next question comes, from sandy research she says I love fix do you have any really good ideas for fixing none of those not so good ideas give. Us. The, reason That's what she. Wants we, were talking about. Drying early on drying figues fixes one of those food that dries? Out really well so. If you ever dryer Going slice fig is actually a great way to use them it makes great. Jam I mean fig jam is obviously a very easy one especially if you put a little. Port in now some good ruby poor inside. Your fig jam he, does a great much and he does a great job and, it works well with cheeses. Strawberry jam should, really good with hard cheeses have a great thing. And a batch of jam would stay for like two months three months in your refrigerator so you, know it's something to do and think of the future and of course a nice little fringy pen. And fig tart is always. A welcome in my house slice figues on a friendship and inside talk shell baked the whole thing up. For a few minutes and For like. Thirty minutes friend, Japan is sugar almond flour and egg yolks sugar. That's it that's it little flower and then you just put that in the bottom of a precooked, tart shell right and then you put your fruit lined up beautifully on tolerant and baked that so yeah We. Talk about sometimes things coming in. And out. Of fashion in food. What I used to feel like I saw all the time or recipes for, figs. Like wrapped in pursuit oh cheese and then baked in the oven rarely see. That, anymore Well it's true I have one in my big dinner book in the. Dale Hughley chapter so there's a blue cheese stuffed baked figure with, little red wine and I did it with mosquito glass to remember, that I was I made jello out of mosquito wine and. Tore, it apart This shards for Brooklyn. Was pretty hip Strana me before anyone..

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"black forest" Discussed on Newsradio 830 WCCO

Newsradio 830 WCCO

05:16 min | 2 years ago

"black forest" Discussed on Newsradio 830 WCCO

"Number six five one nine eight nine nine two two six toll free eight six six nine nine nine two two six let's go back to the phones in burnsville christine good morning hello yeah i guess here is the question americans are drinking less of this now than at any other time in the past two decades but we still drink more than any other country in the world what is it orange juice juice orange juice no that's an interesting guests that's a fascinating oh well orange juice you say you drink a lot of orange juice no no why not i just never i don't know the sugar and did you did you give up orange juice when tang came out no no did you ever try tang i think so lot blah the orange juice for astronauts i mean it was horrible doubt it was you know i keep it's still on the shelf yes well christine you're right orange juice solo at first because i keep reading you know in the business sections talking about how coca cola and pepsi have to do different types of drinks because their sales of sodas gone down really yeah so i thought it was sold at first somebody guests that yeah do you remember do you remember going to bridgman or a soda fountain in a real cherry coke why i remember i forget guy it was south minneapolis by can't remember what's the german restaurant out there that the black forest yeah member around there this was a lot you know what sixties or yeah and i remember there was a drugstore near there and i used to go there and they never they would put it on the bottom the syrup with the coq yep and then i'd never thought i was a kid i didn't think that you had a you know stir it up yeah well you do drink the coke and then i get the syrup to me was so great yeah no in fact today i was working outside and it was ninety eight degrees here today and i think in some areas hit a hundred the last couple of days but hot to say the least dry but still hot and i came in and i poured of coca cola into into a log and then i poured the cherry syrup in there and i i put ice in it and i forgot to stir it up and as i was drinking it i thought well i didn't put enough cherry and then i got to the bottom and it was all cheery and you're right you gotta stir it up yeah now the grandkids when i when i was there was maybe a quarter to a third left him in this glass the mug the grandkids came over you know they were they were in the house but they saw that i was drinking something and they came early what does that i said well this is a cherry coke of course said can i can i try that and i said sure so i gave them each a sip and they absolutely loved it yeah they went crazy that's good yeah well i'm i'm diabetic so i've been doing it i do any cherry it's the diet cherry coke yup yup yup but it just it's good but it doesn't have the same jab cherry syrup i when i was young i had a lot of soda and all that stuff so yup oh yeah yeah yeah like we all did we all did christine congratulations you get to know that you are a genius all right yeah got it okay we'll thank you thank you have a great night bye bye let's head to bismarck north dakota read good morning high wow i just shot down on this i got a baby you're orange orange juice i guess chuck over your your body what did you think it was i was gonna say oldfashioned milk i grew up a fire boy drank a lot of military time yup yup but our ever and i grew up about thirty miles from where that sir follow lake and i i was going to go into that concert but at the time i was steph and i add a riot rage but with a friend sister and stuff but my hair says no the weather's just to share it eater night do much rain stuff in the air saw yup yup when i heard the music died it broke my heart along with a man what a what.

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"black forest" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

KOA 850 AM

01:44 min | 2 years ago

"black forest" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

"The black forest fire ravaged southern colorado one survivor special never forget it people started calling me saying they see smoke in the black forest you might wanna go find out where that fire is because he's getting bicker it sounded like a freight train carolyn brown lost her home to flames than twenty thirteen when the state's most destructive fire began killing two and destroying in the end over five hundred homes she knows there are no plans to leave the area because she loves it and wants to stay that ever city council is moving forward with a major redevelopment effort in the downtown area and it could mean illitch gardens may have to move the project would add condos offices hotels and restaurants for the past year the community's been giving the city their ideas on how the area should be redeveloped the community is spoken so clearly and loudly vis area plan that developers are going to honor that because they're good ideas don cohen there with the riverfront park association illitch is sits on prime real estate which means the theme park could be forced to move plans are still unclear at this point the denver area uber driver who's accused of shooting and killing a passenger is due in court today michael andrea handcock is facing first degree murder in connection with that shooting he claims he fired in selfdefense after passenger young kim attacked him in the early hours of june first hancock old nine one one operators the passenger punched him in the face and grabbed him prior to the shooting chad hoffman koa newsradio such a sad story here olympic alpine ski racer bodey miller is mourning the death of his nineteen month old daughter she drowned in a pool at his southern california home over the weekend he shared the news on instagram yesterday the orange county sheriff's office says her death is still under investigation the child was miller's second with his wife professional beach volleyball.

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Suspect in death of EMT Yadira Arroyo found not fit to stand trial

24 Hour News

02:04 min | 2 years ago

Suspect in death of EMT Yadira Arroyo found not fit to stand trial

"The death of bella edwards police said they have video that shows the three year old and her three month old sibling leaving their rockaway beach apartment with their mother's boyfriend mark jenkins we saw the child coming into the building of four thirty she appeared to be in some kind of distress chief of detectives bob boys says they believe the little girl bled to death from punch to the stomach that happened while all three were in jenkins's car it's difficult to say because he's not talking to us and the the only other we have a three month old child without a witness boy says they're checking cameras along jenkins route cameras that may have picked something up the thirty two year old did five years in prison for shooting a man in the bronx in two thousand four al jones tim ten wins news jose gonzalez may not stand trial for the murder of fire department emt dear arroyo a mother of five who was run over by her own ambulance last year gonzales said chumps behind the wheel new york post reports he's been found mentally unfit to stand trial by a psychologist and a psychiatrist appointed by the court bronx da's office has until a week from tomorrow to decide whether to accept the findings gonzales confessed to smoking pcp and taking an antipsychotic drug before trying to steal the ambulance after he was caught joy riding on its bumper wins news time nine oh seven richard nixon seventy five year old veteran of the navy used as walker to get over to the black forest bakery and lyndon hurst yesterday left the walker outside when he went inside to have breakfast and when he came out it was gone for the owner of the break gray thomas large checked out his security camera video and found footage of a couple of women walking off with the walker he put the video up on facebook a short time later suffolk county cops picked up twenty two year old monica new comb and forty two year old heather laurel both of lyndon hers they're both charged with petty theft the walker was returned but dickson had already bought a new one and people who saw the video on facebook were donating walkers bringing them to the bakery for the owner says he's thinking about donating the extras to veterans home wins news time.

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"black forest" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

02:15 min | 2 years ago

"black forest" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"And they said okay we'll we'll take a more modest wage increase in exchange for the right to work for your hours if we want so people here are thinking about kind of how how do i make my life more pleasant not just how do i get more money they need workers and in some cases they're bringing in workers from other countries but they're striking this balance between they want the essentially in their mind sorted yeah also over the past three years or so there's been a lot of of migrants immigrants coming in refugees about a million people i think in two thousand fifteen or maybe twenty fifteen in early two thousand sixteen alone and that's clearly kind of overwhelming the country some of those people are being in fact hired by these companies we found one guy in a factory that makes cuckoo clock parts as well as things for bmw mercedes down in in the black forest but but but those people either they tend to not be skilled labors so in fact the companies they're trying to get skilled workers mostly from eastern europe from poland from the czech republic from slovakia romania bulgaria those kind of places but they're doing things to encourage immigrants right and also kind of whether it's a company owned apartment so that they can assimilate into the culture if you will and the population in germany absolutely i mean this this company founded in the black forest they're the ones who who have the sausage platter in fact and as well as you know obviously much more substantial company apartments and things like that so so they bring these people in and they say hey we want you to fit in germany we don't want you to just come in and kind of create a little kind of an enclave of your own community we want to integrate you into the community i mean this is a town of i think four thousand people or something like that it's but major tourist attraction there is the world's largest cuckoo clock so perry short space of time david you have you have checked both sausages and cuckoo clocks like you really are hitting a lot of the good sort of german icons here.

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"black forest" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

02:01 min | 2 years ago

"black forest" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Yeah well so over the past three years or so there's been a lot of of migrants immigrants coming in refugees that a million people i think in in two thousand fifteen or maybe twenty fifteen and early twenty sixteen alone and that's clearly kind of overwhelmed the country now some of those people are being in fact hired by these companies we found one guy in a factory that makes crooked clock parts as well as things for bmw mercedes down in in the black forest but but but those people they tend to not be skilled laborers so in fact the companies they're trying to get skilled workers mostly from eastern europe from poland from the czech republic from slovakia romania bulgaria those kind of places but they're doing things to encourage immigrants right and also kind of whether it's a company owned apartments so that they can assimilate into the culture if you will and the population in germany yeah absolutely that's this company found in the black forest they're the ones who who have the sausage platter in fact and as well as obviously much more substantial company apartments and things like that so so they bring these people in and they say hey you know we want you to fit in germany we don't want you to just come in and kind of create a little kind of an enclave of your own community we want to integrate you into the community i mean this is a town of four thousand people or something like that it's the major tourist attraction there is the world's largest cuckoo clock so linda perry short space of time david you have you have checked both sausages and kuku clocks like you really are hitting a lot of the good sort of german icons here promises promises what's interesting though is we continue to see this that the labor pool is tight we're not necessarily seeing wages going up but countries cities companies are scrambling to get workers.

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