19 Burst results for "Brusca"

"brusca" Discussed on The Money Advantage Podcast

The Money Advantage Podcast

03:56 min | 10 months ago

"brusca" Discussed on The Money Advantage Podcast

"That's not a good thing because you only have. The insurance company has that money for a short period of time and they've actually doubled or in some cases tripled depending on your age. How much the death. Benefit is so the way that the insurance company saw this about fifteen years ago is they put some limitations. That most of the limitations are they. Just look back the last seven years and they say hey whatever you at put it on the average of the last seven years you can catch catch up unlimitedly in the last seven years but after that seventh year is what you ever. What you put in in the average is what you can only put going forward and that actually helps. Not only the insurance company stay viable but it helps you because you want to the insurance company. The say the stay viable you know. I think that brings up a good point as well that it's in your interest in in your favor to go ahead and fund your premium as much as possible every year because that not only grows your death benefit grocer cash value. It also puts you in position where in the future he wanna put in as much paid up additions as possible. You're able to fully fund your policy so just keeping the ball rolling and putting in as much premium as possible. If you are committed to abc concept it makes sense then to say let's fund it as it was designed and funded as much as puzzle. Of course there is the flexibility to be able to pay less than the full premium or pay from policy values. If you do come into a hard position or a challenging difficult year but at the same time really you do wanna think about funding this as much as possible and then Brusca could be another situation where somebody is in a place. Where maybe they have the policy and say there ten years and they've taken a policy loan or two or three or five and you're utilizing the cash values and you're buying real estate in your repaying the loans and you're fine on other investments in your repaying loans and you're in a position where you really are..

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"brusca" Discussed on The Jim Ross Report

The Jim Ross Report

04:46 min | 10 months ago

"brusca" Discussed on The Jim Ross Report

"Brusca meltzer riot master would write the garden show. Even with the below average crowd had more heat than usual Many fans also got slopped after the hunter tells the henry godwin match. All these lead sense a much stronger. Bruce prichard influence on the booking. I've got to think. I don't know that i've ever asked him but i need to. This was a bruce prichard idea very well could have been conrad taku very well could have been you know. That's that's an old territory. Type of risk. The chance to take and and bruce likes comedy right so i don't know what you did for the he'll and but it was. It was comedic. And and like i said bruce has a propensity for comedy and things of that nature which i find sometimes ironic because he was raised on houston wrestling and bosh even that air at did some crazy things especially when it came to him to get him involved in stuff so But it's it's always surprise me. It looks a little bit. That that bruce didn't go down the blood and guts route more and and always had something funny. And i think that was a lot of in a w. w e. That was a lot of the influence of pet patterson hat on russa's thinking and his philosophy those pad had a great sense of humor in fact was always looking to find some haw in in whatever he was working on a in a big way. That's why the royal rumble in pat was laying out the royal rumble. Back in the day. There's always going to be a spot. You can look back on any of them folks some of those royal rumbles at patterson booked. There's always going to be some comedy somewhere along the way and fat style. Which again was an expression of is creativity. Because he was raised. On roy shire booking in san francisco and if anything roy. Shire was not a comedic booker. He liked serious drama. So that bruce. I would not. I wouldn't want to get on the witness stand. Bruce didn't do that he could have. And you know. And i'm not saying was idea either. It's just was comedy when you're trying to get a top heel over. Let's before we talk about that matt. Let's talk about something that happens at a house. Show in wheeling west. Virginia they lead. Hunter win a battle royal to gain a shot at bread hearts. Wbf title later that night. So brett's going to challenge or defend the world title in the main event against toner here in wailing. This might not seem like a big deal but this is probably a test by the office to see hunters progress in the ring. Get a report from brett. See how the fans react to him in this spot Even though it might feel like oh man. I'm being punished. I'm getting slopped every night. I'm in hog pen match. It feels like you might be toiling away but then when you win the battle royal and you're in the main event with the champ. Yeah i think a lot of that was to see what brett was going to say. Yeah you want your champion to be compatible as much as possible without upsetting are. It's the old expression goes lipping the governor and not screwing up the system if brett said this guy's got something then that's really all i needed ever here. Is that breath got some are. Excuse me when you read us a chance. But we but seriously the with hunter passing. The goodness passing grade from brit was a big thing. Especially with patterson specially with patterson and of course in patterson had great influence with mcmahon. So that's kind of how see that chain of command working but I'm not not as i'm not as crazy about all this stuff. The punishment stuff you got punished for this and got punished for that and he got punished for this new his part of them journeyman right and he made the most up. He didn't quit. He didn't follow his ten. Go home he didn't. He didn't pull his horns in where he couldn't have great matches so if anything that wrestling fans should understand and respect and remember is that he did go through a lot but he he went through it. He stayed where we needed to stay. So i'm got respect in that regard shirt for sure. Listen even though. Jim ross is technically the voice of wrestling. I think all of us grew up listening to his voice right. We also grew up on those old school arcade games for those those famous ones that were wrestling themed in the early nineties. You know the ones will now. Retro mania wrestling is here to bring the stall..

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"brusca" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

01:33 min | 1 year ago

"brusca" Discussed on KOMO

"To arenas at the beginning of the playoffs, we've seen a fan spit on Atlanta Hawks star Trey Young and Madison Square Garden. All you want we encourage that. This is just plain stupidity and popcorn dumped on Russell Westbrook's head and Memphis Grizzly stars John Durant says his family may not attend their next road game against the Utah Jazz after the team indefinitely banned three fans accused of directing racist and insensitive remarks towards Maran's family at the last game in Utah. No carrier ring up. The Nets said. There is underlying racism. He believed in some of these incidents. This is a leak. That's about 75% Black. Treat them like they're animals in a zoo. Now, this isn't new stuff. We've seen incidents over the years Cauliflower was pushed. You had several players have things throwing him in room of the malice in the palace. Everybody remembers what started because they fan threw a beer run our test and he reacted. Baby sees TJ Holmes Mafia turncoat who killed a famed judge and more than 100. Others has been released from prison in Italy. The sound of the bomb attack that killed fame. Italian anti Mafia prosecutor Germany felt Cockney, his wife and bodyguards in 1992 detonated by Giovanni Brusca after serving a 25 year sentence for more than 100. Other murders The 64 year old Sicilian Cosa Nostra boss has been released from prison. Family. Members of the victims say Bruscas released pains and worries them. They say he only collaborated under duress and can only hope that Italian authorities keep a close eye on him. Meghan Williams, ABC NEWS Rome Coming up after traffic.

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Epcot's International Flower and Garden Festival Menu Review

MouseChat.net Disney, Universal, Orlando FL News

05:00 min | 1 year ago

Epcot's International Flower and Garden Festival Menu Review

"What we're going to be doing is talking about the two thousand twenty one taste of epcot international flower and garden festival. Talk food from the flower and garden festival. And there's a lover once-favourite four-letter f word. Yes yes lord did find out who tidbit nonfood related. That is pretty exciting. In the in the press release can we start without lauren. Oh i think steve found it. We're gonna have music so they're actually going to have music at the live music at the American pavilion friday through monday evenings is called city beautiful. So it'll be bands that take the stage at the american garden theater and they perform popular songs from yesterday and today. So they're kind of local local bands but That's a good sign. That's a definitely a positive sign for the to the concert. Type things coming back hundred percent super excited about that. I feel so hopeful. Like did you see they. Brought the next phase of that. Big circular thing out for harmonious sharpies got to be just going crazy their permit. Yeah those are permanently moored. So i mean they're they're not just show elements like they're they're and they're really noon nine. Yeah currently during the day like if fountains on they'll be pretty but as of right now. They're big huge metal things in the middle of this. I know but that's gotta be so hopefully that'll come. Maybe this year feeling hope. I'm feeling hope all over the place ask all right. So tomorrow is the official opening date. Which by the time you guys here this it'll be open so it opens a march third and it runs through july fifth and lots and lots of food opportunities. And we're going favorite thing in the world and we're gonna talk about flower gardens and topiary reason cool stuff but the food offerings the keep growing every year. It's like never ending a food and wine type of thing so it's the first group okay. You wanna hit here. Well if we just take this in order we've got At bent health which is in future world west. And it's called flavorful kitchen. Not flavorful labor full kitchen and over here. You're gonna get your grilled baby vegetables with hamas scream and red pepper coolest. You've got seared for lonzo. Salmon with farro rosado and micro herbs and then a strawberry mousse with chocolate crisp pearls. That sounds pretty good about the last one to me and then they have some averages as well the second beverage. Looks like something you would love i. I don't know about that. These are both non alcoholic blood orange or gula racer brusca frasca. Luda me. well. I know what a fresca is. Scott this is you know what grew is. I have no idea. Maybe sharpie knows. I was just looking at that word and thanking means And then a cookie butter worms and dirt all lisa. Yes it's agua so bad. It is and then the minute i look back at all. I'm looking at it too. Hard or with really sleepy is do we. We did watch dora the explorer now. Well they don't put the words on the screen. They lied orange. Agua rosca this kind of there ago. It is agua free and it's a funny because you know. Lauren always says agua and i'm looking and i'm like it doesn't say agua agoura my god. I can't funny. I international lower and guard vessel. Sounds along exotic him or exotic.

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"brusca" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO

News 96.5 WDBO

02:03 min | 1 year ago

"brusca" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO

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"brusca" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO

News 96.5 WDBO

02:04 min | 1 year ago

"brusca" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO

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"brusca" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO

News 96.5 WDBO

02:46 min | 1 year ago

"brusca" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO

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"brusca" Discussed on MTR Network Main Feed

MTR Network Main Feed

02:48 min | 2 years ago

"brusca" Discussed on MTR Network Main Feed

"No hope finds You know I don't see Kinda finds peace but more finds like determination in there So was one one run that I thought there. I think the next big run effort. That is obviously a name that was talk about some other of cares within the care to corner piggly command. You'll know this name. Peter David Peter David does a twelve year run on an incredible hulk. Three thirty one to four hundred It is also kind of going back because at this point. Also we've gotten to the point where you know. Different writers use different ways of dealing with the Hulk Transformations. I'll oh you just turned win. Brusca's angrier again. We're talking about this is around. We're back in the eighties. Now been around since the sixties in seventy seven. This is where you know. The incredible Hulk TV series comes out. There's another I bring this up now because they herbal Hawk TV series. Like you know what happened. Some other things around the time it kind of did bring in some things that we kind of think about being from the comics from that like the whole thing the whole cast frayed of WB anger. You wouldn't like me when I'm angry as from the TV series you know and so a lot of times in the books that Hawk with boost brain returning into a whole wing lost control when he got angry. And that's what triggered this transformation. Peter David goes back to this the horror aspect of the whole transformations that Ville comes out at night and banner exists at day and not just that but the phases of the day of the night of the moon also trigger. How strong the Hawk is. He's strong on the new moon. We use at the full moon. And they do a whole thing with radiation things like that and so that is an asset you're dealing with in this one and I think that that also really again like you said getting back to the root of the Hawk. Make some more interesting story because now is not just about. Oh well just control your fucking anger. Get a hold yourself. It takes that the agency away from banner and now it's like he cannot control he can't is not just about controlling. Your anger is like when that Sun goes down. There's nothing you can stop. You can't not a control thing is now an inevitability.

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"brusca" Discussed on Sake On Air

Sake On Air

09:29 min | 2 years ago

"brusca" Discussed on Sake On Air

"Apart from but I don't know you know I won't lie. Came in with a little bit skepticism. You know making such is going to be the same kind of quality level flavor profile but the number one. I'm told much unemployment number one is this is fantastic. So smooth it's Lily clean finish to it when they have found with overseas is that it's very hard to great this clinic. Clean finished get in Japan and it's quite important because it's kind of how he ends. But this is so clean. Lovely balance with flavors fruity flavors in there and rice crispy creamy just couldn't. I couldn't tell this pod don't think from say number one is is the dodgy Magen mice which is maybe the Hamedani. She published a seventy percent ninety one east. We were kind of came to do to justice to a good Jinmei rather than stoff with a agenda digging in very highly polished future. We might do something using rice. It's very highly polished but perhaps not one percent preps cower level but that skull dissolved comeback. Outside in that will be fizzy. Not Not Fizzy on these guys. Just get tingling on the tongue afterwards. But she's just so queen drinkable. Moore's nice bit of Emami in the end that slow. The overriding comments that week as smooth easy drink probably from Japan because easy to drink here isn't necessarily maybe a common. It's Kinda Sake that you know it's Like blondel of you know. We don't mean that we just mean quotable all sessional and it is very very very quotable. Just keep coming back to it and anyone who's had sex before Lee said not about experience is going to be completely won over by the same thing. I think it's one of those suck as where you. Your body almost reaches out to take another SIP without even noticing. Because it's like well there's a natural thing you just want to keep going on this. The Gym Mike is very well. With fish dishes white meats we entertain guests and we found a really great salmon dish with an very well. No crap starters Salads was great a security balanced. I can see a pairing across the board. We all kinds of different dishes famous British ones might might. We struggled with up until now the psyche from on definitely see some tension there but one of my favorites is fish and chips. Yeah fish and chips. Yeah definitely definitely got nice base weakness. Generally I think it's almost week to side compared to maybe a lot of the sake drainage but only a touch. Ns maybe just maybe a little bit bit low on that but again. It's just such a really really good signing various. Where do you see? You've been here a while now and since you come back you know. Maybe you've seen when you arrived. I mean did you. What did you think about the the UK Sake Industry? How much grown since you will last era well. This is the first time I've been in England thinking about the sake industry also living in England so I'm not sure about that but I can say is that there are lots of positive things happening. I think law share the joy of sucking in London for the first time. That's a great sign. I think a lot of the W set causes the starting to expand in London for socket or the wine semillas after their second credentials sake events popping up in throughout London. Naski sounding great stuff. In London I think the signs a very very postive for not just the British European General Breweries in in London in Spain in Spain heard. Now there's one in Italy couple I think in France. What do you think Tony needs to happen in the industry here? You know maybe Europe as a whole I us to really kick things off really you know. Have everyone drinking second. What needs to change. What do you think we're missing right now? One of the things that we saw about education. I think really. I'm one of the things that we're really doing is expanding the tools that we do but also we want actually teach people Brusca. We've done a few kind of we've had a of Guinea pig students. If you like people have this one. Japanese guy lives in London. He's been here three or four times now. So you come here. And you do almost like module three days on Koji making a couple of days on how to make a motto. So that's really exciting. I think once he stopped teaching people. How To brew then you? Hopefully you will see lots of little breweries popping up people bring home this as one homebrew that sends me one of his. He Kimoto and he gave me a little bill all of it. I mean it wasn't bad it wasn't bad drink the whole thing. There is actually a kind of a website on almost around a long time. I forget the guy's name but this is the this. Kyle not based gives out all sorts of tips and things on bring. Hebrew. Bring his own second for a long time on a lot of people go there and they they read his website to up how to how to brew from is very very detailed very geeky and very very detailed guy really knows his stuff so once people kind of learn how to do it and they they can see and it doesn't really the the. Stein of soccer they make can be very very personal. We know equally expecting everyone to try and replicate what happens in Japan. You make something unique. If you'RE GONNA do go out to trouble of making sake overseas I think the keys that you have to create something unique. I definitely feel that you've done that here. And the other Bruce at this so powerful view of the second year from overseas that I've tasted so far. I really do think there's something in that you need to calm replicate Japan that then. There's no question that he's it's It's got value right which is getting so it back to Japan. I think people in Japan and just enjoying it actually but yet definitely. It sounds like you're going to be able to kind of like spearhead some kind of movement education and maybe creating other breweries in Europe and things and that's really exciting and also. I think we need more people like not ski Sunday. London incredible things doing ups at the British Museum. I always think that there's no problem with the product as a product. And as soon as you get it in front of people and they see how good is then. Naturally they're going to. Sometimes you have to sell it through other mediums or other kinds of genres or other things which are already populists. Let piggybacking right marketing trick. And I think we do that more. Definitely whether Manga or music film sticking SAKE IN PROMOTING SECTOR. Those avenues is a really good way of promoting sucky. But this is so exciting. You have the full experience here. And how can people get on these tours? So we're still working now on a website and the booking system so the easiest thing is to send me an email can give you the the current date so that's Tonita at dojima brewery dot co dot UK. Now give you the dates and I promise you a really nice experience. Quay off the name. I can promise you a very nice experience. A very time just goes grounds alone is a special. Well it's been a pleasure to meet up with you likewise and you'll keep in touch and we'll we interview when you come to. Japan gives a little update. And if there is anyone listening who lives in the UK and France. Yes not fought around the area. And you know you listening to these podcasts. On you'd actually like to get him all hands on kind of experience and really taste. Some Amazing Sacchi made outside Japan icon recommending us the tools that Dutch putting on which coming to visit. So thank you very much Tony and was toast to the future and that wraps it up for one more episode of on air if you have any thoughts or feelings about this show or any of our shows you can email us at questioned sake on Air DOT COM or. Follow us at Sake on air on instagram twitter or facebook. We also have a youtube channel as well where we are applauding new content here and there. So that's a better medium for you. Feel free to tune into us there as well sake on air is made possible with the fantastic support of the Japan suck in showed you make us association and is broadcast every other week from the Japan. Suck and showed you information center in Tokyo. The show is a CO production between expert Japan and podcast productions with audio editing and engineering by Mr Frank. Walter thanks again so much for tune in this week and we'll be back in two more weeks with a brand new episode of on Air. Until then comply..

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"brusca" Discussed on Serifacast

Serifacast

01:48 min | 2 years ago

"brusca" Discussed on Serifacast

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Patrick Mahomes goes to Disney World and lives his Super Bowl dream

NFL Live

03:21 min | 2 years ago

Patrick Mahomes goes to Disney World and lives his Super Bowl dream

"Kansas City cheese obviously still celebrating and enjoying life punish their MVP. Patrick Mahomes who was at Disneyworld more on that in just a few or the chiefs. They're back at home yesterday. Carrying their franchises I Lombardi vardon trophy and half a century. Kansas City hoping he super bowl parade guys is going to be tomorrow at Twelve thirty eastern. And you're GONNA be able to see it right here on. NFL NFL live with us. If you want to check that out but back to Momo's right so this is awesome all right. The chiefs quarterback tweeted this on February six twenty thirteen. This was three days after the Ravens. beat the niners and Super Bowl. forty-seven he said. I bet it feels amazing to be the quarterback to say I'm going to Disneyworld after winning the Super Bowl and he filled his dream Monday. Day at Disneyworld I with a riveting turn on the star wars rise of the resistance attraction than with his own parade at Magic Kingdom because why not super bowl. Mvp told our General Lane. That when I won the game and they came up and told me that I'd won the. MVP It was amazing just to be able to see those words and to be here. Now I try to dream it. I tweeted it. Kinda spoke it into existence. Some guys he's gotTa say it out loud Well at twenty four could make you trip stack to dizzying the homes of the setting youngest quarterback to win a super bowl sandwich. Big Band and Tom Brady on that list of I won another super bowl. Thirty five more of those Scott. He caught up with Patrick Mahomes after that Disney parade. You're the youngest guy ever her to be the. MVP The league and Super Bowl and it'd be a super bowl MVP and yet it seems like to you this all kind of feels right and normal I get I guess these realities in line with what you dream what happened into a little bit more than audrain. What could happen coming into the NFL? At this at this age aids but I think I was putting a great situation and all we always talk about it but to be able to learn from Alex Smith and then be with coach. Read in the had the playmakers I have around. Tell me why culture of winning I was putting the perfect situation and maximize it every single day and It's been good so far and I'm trying to keep it going when you have already done this much at such a young age. How does it change if that all kind of your view looking forward of what you hope might be? Yeah I mean he just wanted to go other do more. You want to go out there and win more super bowls you want to go out there and keep competing with this team and You understand that. It's a hard process hard. To get there with the guys I have around me career the the attitude of the mindset to go out there and try to do this again next year. How long will it take you to get back to the people in your phone? So take a while. I'd like two hundred seventy messages right now. So I'm up to spend a whole day on a after the parade or something and have you had any chance to sort of see like wait. I don't even know who this his holy crap that's so and so. Have you had that moment. Where somebody that you've somebody really admire has reached out? Yeah I think the funniest thing is as I was looking through the messages I saw at a message from Brett Farve Peyton Manning Troy Paula Mojo Brusca. Bobby Wagner all these guys in this the have that support and from everybody from from different sports. I mean it just shows that I it was special what we did a lot of respect for those guys not appreciate in reaching out

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"brusca" Discussed on A Healthy Bite - ThatOrganicMom

A Healthy Bite - ThatOrganicMom

15:06 min | 2 years ago

"brusca" Discussed on A Healthy Bite - ThatOrganicMom

"Hey make sense. And when I say make sense product so okay now is like the it depends on the region of the world right but for instance in my region in Spain now he's empress starchy oranges. Rice look templates or just doesn't make sense that we will tweet or just hold your even if we can do that because they you come from anywhere will live by it is that we have the default the belongs to the rest of the decisional foods that would be another thing. Also more local products we assume divert All these things who's halfway between that's more on the house. Would label listing. Let's think about when we go to restaurants restaurants. Ideally you should order only this world that do really need a Foot just get to the W. ask is quite Just going to make sure that you have some extra whose F. B. So it really is small things we could do. Also there's other there's many Khalistan cabs we like. For instance the food sharing the field to be right. So let's say you have some food you would say have some food so anyone could take it from your own dispute to be networks. I see a few APPs encouraging that behavior. I think that's great so that probably some. How sticky is the person to your mommy hell tickets but anyway could be surprised because also my my mom was again but but it's getting dignity wrestle sometimes a moment from things Maria from say? Hey I can take a picture. This passing fleet so if anyone the network was at fine. Helen grabbed his maltings anyone who gave right. I think another good tip is something that you mentioned before when supermarkets do start to mark down this food if you live close enough to supermarket to shop more than one time per week. Only get what you're GonNa make doc for that day and maybe the next day because if you go towards the end of the day a lot of times prepared food is already marched down and you can go and get this March down food and make your meal today or your meal for tomorrow and then a couple of days later stop by the supermarket. People Commute to work. You can stop by and see what's on on sale. Not only are you saving food waste but you're also saving money it just to give you some numbers that you said. He says that Anabel rats a a family in Europe or in states. We are wasting three four hundred dollars per year so this is that we buy we wait. So that's obvious. Talk to me if I a worsen. The issue also brings some savings depending on this or hybrid. Looks for your could be like make. It could be friends on abled. It probably what I'm saying so right because I think a Lotta Times in especially with fresh produce Greens like leafy leafy Greens. People will buy them and think I'm going to eat a salad today or I'm GonNa make you know something with Kale and then they get busy or sidetrack than than the Kale just turns to slime in the fridge so a lot of times. Yes I think is what happens in so it is more cost effective to if you're if you're just GONNA ended up letting it waste in the fridge anyways to shop for shorter periods of time. Yup But so do you think it's possible like I said I haven't seen any studies on Nestle. Maybe you have our plates getting bigger because I know refrigerators are bigger than they used to be. And I think that's part of the on an individual vigil level Why things are wasted a lot because we we want something to be full and they even say that? Refrigerators run better when they're full them mm-hmm when they're partly empty. So do you think we're just trying to fill up our pantries. Are we trying to fill the empty space in our fridge. Absolutely everything a AH similarly what. I've seen a lot of these behavior when you bring some friends or family at all on your dinner for them or Lance. What is going to happen and you want to show that you're doing great so you're with her more food than probably you need to so that you'll have any problem when you're doing ingrate so I think that's elements that's embedded in our culture? Our values our beliefs. I think what you measure the fleas rice Great or superbeets which full of food you open your do. Let's say a friend all juicy the three empty than MHM. You're helping issues so that's really a part of our midst of culture. So that's for sure for sure Connecticut's pieces of research that goes more onto the sociology of some behaviors. That are your On emails relating to other animals being so we really want to have the elephants in America. We call it keeping up with the Joneses houses. Goodland keeping your neighbors so yeah I do. I wonder because I know in America when you go to a restaurant. The portion sizes are typically supersized. I mean really big portions and so a lot of times if I do go out to eat at a restaurant which which I try not to go out to eat very often because there's no reason for me not to make food at home but when I do I'll often share an entree with my daughter because as the two of us can't each eaten entire portion of food so that's another small tip but these are definitely small things but what can we do to make an impact globally. I mean is there things that we can do to make a bigger impact than just what we eat at home and just how much we waste so I think the first to contribute to raise awareness right so I can use this famous Margaret McCain. If you've not communicate doesn't exist that's right so I think the first thing to raise awareness on. This is the role. I had been playing in the classrooms. Because they're believe me six years ago when I was talking about what is crazy monroe talking about now. It is not only because of me but more of many people even becoming a more on our combat station right. So let's not underestimate the importance of just letting people know. Hey is this because he knows the problem. Where even considerate or so? That's the first thing we do again. It's not like something too complex but e- It makes a difference second and I think Working at together with government legal sector to make sure that the loss are our Our building away that contributes to reduce in Goodson Example but obviously if you will to supermarkets to let's say speed up or accelerate among the day donate you need to create the right. Incentives could be more enforcing or could be some A subsequent whatever every country or in every region could be different. But I think you need to set up. This framework is legal environment. That country butch much unhelpful. I think what activities we like to do is to go to governments own At European Union level to make sure that environment legal sit up contributed response to investment that Jessica. A third thing I think would be from becoming intruder Faisal. I think he's it really happy to see that. In the last five six zero people who came to me with some crazy ideas nowadays to create some nice products and could be deep deliberate strong existing collecting restaurants. Okay maybe there's which winning formula that provides and then you could get a discount so that creates visits convening body to the end consumer bringing to the founders unrelenting voice so that's great me right so I've seen an increasing number of upset of not being able to protecting great because I think we need to avoid the problem will be solved by someone. Actual government will make a slow invited six. Yeah well I think it's great to see that we as society we create these environments these COMPANIES WITH CIRCLE FROM ODESSA WITH AWESOME. So something we could do either become an internist or support those trippers great ideas on stage with US cooling. This owns each of them. Have different trucks from. But I know one call denise stage so you play even with the coast of ghosts Gli at an Eugene need somebody so there's many ways to contribute to that. Yeah Yeah I think that what you're doing is really really helpful. And I hope more people are now write books about food waste and how to stop so tell us a little bit about Out Yearbook this by the way will so you think so. Let me talk a little bit when I started to become an activist. I realized analyzed not talking about food waste But when you go especially to the navy out or even used social media you sir for much ripe. You'll have three hundred forty MacArthur. You have a journalist asking for to Munich highlights. Then I realized I wanted to tell the story of food. Missing your way without any a A limitation than had been good friends on that we send in straight or asked beautiful. These facials on one day meeting. Say why don't we do who spoke together where we could stories about food ways not only with the text but also we deal with station. I'm not comfortable. Took it to. We brought it through an example. Let's make useful just describing initial on that you know lettuce the issue department would waste but let's talk about it in for now. I know some people are really A. They look numbers. They are really drained people rushing to doll percentage food which I wouldn't understand the problem for people. Numbers have big sleep. Read you one more stat one worse than the wanted to distort foodwise with her on. What is it her poetry writes? Poetry is beautiful. Sometimes people say so many things we are at work as we wanted to be home. Sales uh-huh stories and in a way talk to your brain but your heart feelings because we realized that for some people talk about food waste because instead however I realize some people like in the same way every case is different is not the same thing federal cases the first keys the partial defensing tomatoes right so no ultimatum are required and that's the beauty explained that to that one person. Should I love that. It'd be on every is connected. I think trying to convince you would wish with And he was like yeah. Yeah but DOC too. Little story is kind of poetry. That will seem more. We are getting their your inner self. So then that's why we decided to make boop with someday some stories more importantly with a positive message in right because what we didn't want to say oh food ways is a problem. There's people starring hiring that's Google did. We went to the book released like trying to bring some positive message. They locate unsupportable. But you could something so I love it. So is there any chance that you may have the book printed in English. I will love to. It'll give you more context from the book. We immediately thought. Okay let's look for some opposite abby shape it's GonNa be a mass to to look for that that we call something campaign right so we need to be single saying like. Hey let's go reince. Three hundred people to buy Dobalina balance of how we needed an infecting the book. We have debris the book the names of the people who contribute with finance under certain say yes. So you're wishing yet we'll blow. We will love that so our goal of the book if not really making can you might because we just want to raise awareness so we just need to find like someone helping find on say the translational Willingness to be professional translation especially on this for Catcher vessel we eager to the beginning this. So what change vs orcas wants to make this. It would be more than happy. I can send content to anyone interested banks which were right so we don't want to make any any of that so anymore little inappropriate than the constitution. Would we have to make. It spread the word. You actually printed the spoke. You did this with crowdfunding ending right because at the end. Sounds like one of my favorite in bonds getting back in the late eighties doncaster. Maluku you on baby girl funding for Organ right so they were saying. Hey we have a decent potential recordings so you have to pay some money at bus to get the copy that was even before the workshop record Minds like that's cool rights on something to say to the people the widen drastic. Hey Trust me I will bring something cool for you. If would with the immediately we raise as you saw the three FS France. Some fools a den leader by leader. rebound MISRA. Help winglets to convince people who didn't we know what to say. Hey we're going to make a book about sloughed ways so trust we are going to believe or something they did it we got like three hundred. Something people biding a book even before the hopeless like printed with the promise that you'll get a copy of the book and the way we raise the money needed to make the printing thinking of the one of the people on for some people. We also had a fisher or some merchandising for some people not only having to book byles the Super Bowl we would enjoy it was like it'd be painful at the end when you own the string of you have to send them one by one. But he's part of the the journey on we love it. I love it well. Hopefully someone listening can reach out to you and we can get this book printed in English blush. I personally would love that and I'm all about helping make that happen. So if there's anything I can do and another thing if you're listening something that you can do on an individual Joel. Less level is just to share this episode Share you know the the things that we ride about and I know you have manual a lot of youtube videos where you're talking about the subject because hey just let. This is not your fulltime job right..

"brusca" Discussed on A Healthy Bite - ThatOrganicMom

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03:07 min | 2 years ago

"brusca" Discussed on A Healthy Bite - ThatOrganicMom

"Need to avoid the problem will be solved by someone of actual government will make us law invited six yeah well I think it's great to see that we as society we create these environments these companies with circumstances that awesome so something we could do either become an internist or support those trippers week great ideas on stage with US cooling this owns each of them have different tracks from but like no one called initiates so you play even with the coast of ghosts Gli at an Eugene need somebody so there's many ways to contribute to that yeah yeah I think that what you're doing is really really helpful and I hope more people are now write books about food waste and how to stop so tell us a little bit about out yearbook this by the way will so you can sleep so let me talk a little bit when I started to become an activist I realized analyzed not talking about food waste but when you go to the navy out or even used social media you sir formats ripe you'll have three hundred forty macarthur you have a journalist asking for Dominici lights then I realized I wanted to tell the story of food using your way without any a a limitation than have been good friend that we send in straight or asked beautiful these facials on one day meeting say why don't we do who spoke together where we could stories about food ways not only with the text but also we deal with station I'm not comfortable took it to we brought it through an example let's make useful just describing initial on that you know lettuce the issue department would waste but let's talk about it in for now I know some people are really a they look numbers they are really drained people rushing to all percentage food which I wouldn't understand the problem for people numbers have a big leap read you one more stat one worse than the wanted to distort foodwise with her on what is it her poetry writes poetry is beautiful sometimes people say so many things with at work as we wanted to be home sales uh-huh stories and in a way talk to your brain but your heart feelings because we realized that for some people talk about food waste because instead however I realize some people like in the same way every case is different is not the same thing federal cases the first keys the partial defensing tomatoes right so no ultimatum are required and that's the beauty explained that to that one person should all I love that it'd be on every is economic I think trying to communicable would wish with And he was like Yeah Yeah but doc too little story kind of poetry that will seem more we are getting your inner self so then that's why we decided to make boop.

"brusca" Discussed on A Healthy Bite - ThatOrganicMom

A Healthy Bite - ThatOrganicMom

14:05 min | 2 years ago

"brusca" Discussed on A Healthy Bite - ThatOrganicMom

"Can play a tremendous amended will complete a more active role in fixing scandal which is I agree and I do know that there I feel like people bull like yourself who are spreading awareness about this problem are beginning to make changes I know for example in our community a certain Bagel shop will actually donate they're getting close to bagels they'll donate those to our local homeless shelter and I know that because I volunteer not there and I see the I see the food because we are serving it to the homeless so I know that it is happening it's just best that it needs to happen esther and so that's one that's one kind of aspect of it and I wanNA talk more about some of the different ways that food does get wasted and I know a lot of times the farm food they do feed it to animals or maybe you know sometimes it gets composted not not always a time I think it's because it is one of the biggest contributors to our landfills so even if you put aside the fact that there are starving people people children dying every day from hunger there's also the fact that these these perfectly good foods that are ending up in a landfill emits methane gases that are thirty to a hundred times more potent than carbon dioxide that's more relevant I think the impacting environment of food wish this is quite significant is famous stat setting that you take into account the whole impact of food way in ourselves a greenhouse emissions luce county hypothetic country of food waste that'd be the third largest greenhouse initial after China and the states right so this is just based on the fact that for instance when they just they produced each albeit a game and then each transportation so have you at all the Elena's in food production than for the way it's the third disagreements right so that's one element what aren't they consumption of water would research research right so whenever we are wasting your foot bill in the tree or is ah hamburger in uphold that includes law millions and millions of voters that's also wasting food waste Walter what about biodiversity as human beings anytime we turn forest into agricultural land as great because we feed a great improvement we make us human being and spends all forest and that's why you'll be birthday show series getting all of a sudden some animals coming from the mountains to cities Jack because they see the full right sold that is changing the a vehicle system some six elements these I'm environmental 'til admission that we should also take into account as you mentioned only about for people hungry people that's probably the ethical they mentioned but he's these environmental commission that is quite lily on jazz by reducing food waste we are going to have a positive impact in their environment yeah so I know we're talking a lot about things that are on a bigger scale so we have you know food waste at a ground level with you know just growing at getting into the supermarket but then we also have food waste in schools and hospitals and restaurants corporations I know I've as I've been researching this over the years I've seen some very clever ways that people are dealing with has trying to avoid food waste I know there are some corporations I've seen where they have a food cam and they have the cameras set up and if someone has you know food extra maybe they had an event that was catered and then they put it at the food camera people can come and get the free food so what are some things on an individual level say my mom she lives alone it's just her what can she do as an individual what can one person do so so I think the this many many things some of them are so basic that I feel ashamed when I have to say these right because it consists insist really wild something that probably many years ago indicative or people were doing anyway right but it's just debates choose before going shopping just take what we have some traits rightfully so basic thing but before getting to the supermarket local store and get the probably they're throwing heathen in the fridge so just make sure that you in August wanting students refrigerate rifle maybe you buy more for the Nathan Uku most of the worst you can just frizette eighty two weeks after their social development in some areas was quite you have meet under the after we left the whistle if you could look at Lasagna Cannelloni croquettes rights is just reducing beach extra food that is again edibles Lucas with food doc going to buy the market just because you have a shopping list you only buy the product and you try to buy the trucks which in a way hey make sense and when I say make sense product so okay down is like the it depends on the region of the world right but for instance in my region in Spain now he's empress starchy oranges rice look templates or just doesn't make sense that we will tweet or just hold your even if we can do that because they you come from anywhere will live by it is that we have the default the belongs to the rest of the decisional foods that would be another thing also more local products we assume divert all these things who's between that's more on the house would label let's let's think about when we go to restaurants restaurants ideally you should order only this world that do really need a foot just get to the W. It is quite just tends to make sure that you have some extra whose F. B. so it really is small things we could do also there's other there's many coolest tabs do we like for instance the food sharing the field to be right so let's say you have some food you would say have some food so anyone could take it from your own dispute to be networks I see a few apps encouraging that behavior I think that's great so that probably some how Tikki is the person to your mommy hell tickets but anyway could be surprised because also my like mine was again but but it's getting Russell sometimes a moment from things Maria from say hey I can take a picture this passing fleet so if anyone the network was at fine Helen grabbed his maltings anyone who gave right I think another good tip is something that you mentioned before when supermarkets do start to mark down this food if you live close enough to supermarket to shop more than one time per week only get what you're GonNa make doc for that day and maybe the next day because if you go towards the end of the day a lot of times prepared food is already marched down and you can go and get this March down food and make your meal today or your meal for tomorrow and then a couple of days later stop by the supermarket people commute to work you can stop by and see what's on on sale not only are you saving food waste but you're also saving money it just to give you some numbers that you said he says that Anabel rats a a family in Europe or in states we are wasting three four hundred dollars per year so this is that we buy we wait so that's obvious talk to me if I a worsen the issue also brings some savings right so depending on this or hybrid looks for your could be like make it could be friends on cable probably what I'm saying so right because I think a Lotta Times in especially with fresh produce Greens like leafy leafy Greens people will buy them and think I'm going to eat a salad today or I'm GonNa make you know something with Kale and then they get busy or sidetrack than than the Kale just turns to slime in the Fridge so a lot of times yes I think is what happens in so it is more cost effective to if you're if you're just GONNA ended up letting it waste in the fridge anyways to shop for shorter periods of time Yup but so do you think it's possible like I said I haven't seen any studies on Nestle maybe you have our plates getting bigger because I know refrigerators are bigger than they used to be and I think that's part of the on an individual vigil level Why things are wasted a lot because we we want something to be full and they even say that refrigerators run better when they're full them mm-hmm when they're partly empty so do you think we're just trying to fill up our pantries are we trying to fill the empty space in our fridge absolutely everything a AH similarly what I've seen a lot of these behavior when you bring some friends or family at all on dinner for them or Lance what is going to happen and you want to show that you're doing great so you're with her more food than probably you need to so that you'll have any problem when you're doing ingrate so I think that's elements that's embedded in our culture our values our beliefs I think what you measure the fleas rice half great or superbeets which full of food you open your do let's say a friend all on you see the three empty than MHM you're helping issues so that's really a part of our midst of culture so that the that's for sure for sure Connecticut pieces of research that goes more onto the sociology of some behaviors that are your On emails relating to other animals are being so we really want you have these elephants in America we call it keeping up with the Joneses houses goodland your neighbors so yeah I do I wonder because I know in America when you go to a restaurant the portion sizes are typically supersized. I mean really big portions and so a lot of times if I do go out to eat at a restaurant which which I try not to go out to eat very often because there's no reason for me not to make food at home but when I do I'll often share an entree with my daughter because as the two of us can't each eaten entire portion of food so that's another small tip but these are definitely small things but what can we do to make an impact globally I mean is there things that we can do to make a bigger impact than just what we eat at home and just how much we waste so I think the first to contribute to raise awareness right so I can use this famous Margaret McCain if you've not communicate doesn't exist that's right so I think the first thing to raise awareness on this is the role I had been playing in the classrooms because they're believe me six years ago when I was talking about what is crazy man we're talking about now is not only because of me but more obviously many people even becoming a more on our convert station right so let's not underestimate the importance of just letting people know hey is this because he is the problem where even considerate or so that's the first thing we do again it's not like something too complex but e- It makes a difference fake Ooh and I think working at together with government legal sector to make sure that the loss are our our building away that contributes to abuse in Goodson but obviously if you to supermarkets to let's say speed up or accelerate the Mongol to date donate you need to create the right incentives could be more enforcing or could be some a subsequent whatever every country or in every region could be different but I think you need to set up this framework is legal environment that country butch much unhelpful I think what activities we like to do is to go to governments own at European Union level to make sure that environment legal sit up contributed response to investment that Jessica a third thing I think would be from becoming intruder Faisal I think he's it really happy to see that in the last five six zero people who came to me with some crazy nowadays to create some nice products and could be deep deliberate strong existing collecting restaurants okay maybe there's which winning formula that Freud and then you could get a discount so that creates convening body to the end consumer bringing to the founders unrelenting voice so that's great me right so I've seen an increasing number of upset of not being able to protecting great because I think we.

"brusca" Discussed on A Healthy Bite - ThatOrganicMom

A Healthy Bite - ThatOrganicMom

15:31 min | 2 years ago

"brusca" Discussed on A Healthy Bite - ThatOrganicMom

"Earnestness seeing a very important topic with my special guest manual Brusca's who is very passionate about this subject like myself and many will you co authored. A book titled Real Tomatoes Are Ugly which is book to raise awareness about a global issue. That we are both very passionate about. And can you tell me a little bit about this passion that we share air and why you chose this title for your book. So I I think the starting points a kind of a scandal we say which is one third of the food we produce as human beings which interiors to feed human being. The one third of that would be wasted weeds. If you combine that with another sat flag fog Mitch's one out of nine people will will white gold to highly. That is kind of well. What is going on her? Stemming learned that outing Rights are reoccupy so really knowing that the food is wasted Some people are every is so that killed me inside Hansel. I decided to do something. I became an activist and then the bouquet rolls the beautiful look a look at some facial spines which is really really making strategy is really to Scott to raise awareness about the problem of food. Waste Emma let's say different way while this is not a youthful certain special right and you. I read a quote You had said that. The title of the book was impart due to the dictatorship of of beauty in our society and that just really rang a bell from because I think not just with food. There's so many aspects of society. Heidi that are dictated to By unrealistic standards of beauty. So explain if someone's may be confused why are we talking about now. Beauty Standards Thought you guys are talking about food waste. So can you make the connection for us. Yeah let me start with something which is not food waste. But I think it's very telling a an equitable due to something snapchat dismore Fiamme USA interesting fact that when you talk to surgery lasted surgeries. The doctors say hey a few years ago twenty years ago people came with a picture of a celebrity and say hey I want to that celebrity right. I want my face to be shaped. Look like Chemo. which is now what happens? Is the people his picture of themselves. They do deserve snapped up for instance they check your own eternity. I look like my Avatar. which away straight through right? So according to this surgery assistant for mistakes is more hassles dope. a half application coming who data ports one might say to be changed to look like my yellow right so I think that that's hurry type of will we know which De Element of perfection beauty about food. The connection is very obvious because around. Thirty four percent. Wage like tomatoes apples. You've just because they are not syncopal Matrix. We have the perception of makeup being round her fake shiny and then if they have a small most sports all Agley is not perfect either says something to be discarded and I think that behavior that dictatorship both of the beauty main that disturbed the forty percents foot edible food at injustice Kaga Gracie right on to make it even more aside even more whatever we call the perfect food perfect route with what happens to that you collected a makeup and then there's walks to make it even more shiny and this is why because we buy with our is at the end the product will use of buying. The supermarkets is less natural. Because it's like this element of polly pushing on Washington. which is crazy? I give to passionate because I think it's completely ball doesn't make sense. It is completely crazy. I feel like you and I are both kind of in the same boat with this. We can get on our soapboxes about it and we're not definitely not trying to be judgmental about this the issue we are looking for solutions and I think that the pointing out the ugly produce problem is the first place is to start because it is such a huge issue is that we go into the produce section of the supermarket and every apple has to be uniform in size is every cauliflower has to be uniform in size in color because they're stacking it has to be sacked beautifully and so there's this problem on that. I think a lot of people just aren't aware of and that is say cauliflower. For example I know for a fact that sometimes cauliflower maybe is too big and it's not just a matter of it isn't shiny enough for it isn't it's discolored if it's too big it can get sent to the landfill absolutely. I think you're GONNA blink. Decisive is right for. We have said a specific spices and everything being either too. The big or small Dustin feeds the rules that some feed the policies under foreign jazz discarded. So if you go to a power or orange or any play plant trees risk. You'll see that this is smaller or bigger discarded in such bananas Shaved if if they are slightly more lives wrong. The woman is really both the aesthetic satisifed thing. That's crazy because at the thirty four percent again edible food would I keep saying this probably for the next few minutes but if he so it's appeared that this is that we got discarding. I'm thinking about the were legal. Legal to supermarkets local stores gets will if we have a perfect up or small apple which one we take the same price to corrodes flower. Sell any product. Yes yes they go if it has a different and I think that's the point that the connection made likes. We don't tolerate the different right so we IGLI needs to be standard statement I Different human beings that job you right so if you were executives of Orient so we should this awesome but we both of us are different cycle. That's that degrade right then. We'll have a small differences that makes Richard and without conversational. So I think that a place to everything we do not tolerate. Be differentiated took huge mistake that for Putin for anything top dog often so it's not just consumers that are confusing Perfect fruit or perfect vegetables over imperfect ones. It's it's the problem starts much earlier than that. BEF- when they produce is being brought to the supermarket. I know sometimes farmers because they they have a situation where when they bring hiring produce to market it can be turned down they can be sent back with their big trucks full of produce and there's the issue of getting things to mark on time and if they get rejected. Then that's another issue so I know a lot of farmers in up. I'm I'm just leaving some fruit on the vine some things get tilled back into the soil and some things just go straight to the landfill. So that's one problem. Then we have another problem with the supermarket then we have another problem with the consumer but this is just one kind of one vein of the food waste problem in new here. Also people talk about how there's not enough food to feed everyone in the world. Is that true. That's a complete lighting. Nowadays we did the production of food that we We are having his more NAFTA feed everyone right so when we talk about hungry people and that is the problem of distribution volume of politics but in terms of action of demand supply. We produce Nolan should be starving nowadays because we reviews reviews of being different authorities stated Dagens are also the production system also the heavy promotional manufacturers riding I guess we can I think bring them. Food raise awareness on realize that is a sure responsibility wants ability consumers. We have trimmed for better as you said supermarkets. A local store also have a tremendous responsibility rightsizing government's abilities because of the lowest price. I think we'll discuss Sure Rolling that need to address collectively it from from government from private sector from retail from production concealed. That's very Berman. When I think an oversimplification congressional statement yet the consumer Pro Dhabi just a deep of the iceberg right And so along time back when I I started thinking about food waste you know I originally I just thought about myself and my family but then it did start to kind of expand and I thought about supermarkets and how you know they may be have food. That's we'll talk about best buy and sell by dates later but So they have this produce in you have people that are hungry say for example you have a several supermarkets in the city in they have a food. That's imperfect food that's close to the sell by date and then you have a homeless shelter and at first I thought why can't they just donate the food and and I started thinking. Well maybe you know it's illegal issue but then I found out here. I don't know what it's like there. But in America I found that there is actually actually a bill. Emerson Good Samaritan Food Donation Act which was signed in Nineteen ninety-six and it protects Stores and other corporations from liability if someone happens to get sick so there's no excuse for this food to not they donated and on top of that The University of Arkansas School of law study proves there's never been a case where someone sued food over being sick from donated food. So what is there is a prophet. Is that the bottom line. Why more supermarkets are not donating this food? I know there are some who do so I think I am. I always use states as an inspiration for this because the Good Samaritan unfortunately in Europe I think almost no country has these good Samaritans liking that CIA initial that I always say the stage. We have the Good Samaritan. Hello brings a bowl which I think is fantastic because that's really the the regional supermarket. which because I have good who'd friends somehow managed anti-beijing with supermarkets right? I think you would you get fish stealing from supermarkets use that yeah we swells rise We have if not last. I think that is not true. When you really look the markets and I think it's a matter of transparency I'm I'm for instance the UK? There's one big supermarket TESCO They are obliquely assuring the amount of food they waste and I think Eh. I stepped right so I think supermarkets. Hey yes we wasteful. Unfortunately right. They're not happy. They have not happy but as we human beings supermarkets perfect perfect Dubai. Planning Mistake Human Right. So I think Batman versus the boot right as discussing at the beginning if there are people starving. I think there are people. Hungry is a distinct. Today I'll make opinion and Westfield's Rizal each requesting that is something that obviously for obvious the reason for if you hear considerations supermarkets slacking that Detroit's results that being the food wage because lemming footways because there are some Enro- team the processing there in their internal operations and I think I always defer of nights there's waste and then take on to make actions right. You mentioned a few of them breach agreement with nonprofit organizations right soup. Tim's Grapes or even Will be paid. If there's a sell by date product or immigration base. In today's I I could do a last minute discount right so I see interesting. Nickel system of companies or APPS helping supermarkets or restaurants to to really say. Hey if you buy today and it's something that is going to be expiring tomorrow. You'll get a thirty percents downsizing little the little I'm seeing these Happening at the beginning of the reaction from supermarkets say. We don't want to Kenny. Belie says they say right so they don't want to customers to say a way to the last minute to get this trump but you know what people really going for. Those sounds are people which are really prices from probably cannot afford a price so I think even from a market efficiency clean-shaven bitter right though for substance I leaving by a is important to go to supermarkets can play a tremendous Mendoza More active role in fixing scandal. which is I agree And I do know that there. I feel like people bull like yourself who are spreading awareness about. This problem are beginning to make changes. I know for example in our community A certain Bagel shop will actually donate They're getting close to bagels. They'll donate those to our local homeless shelter. And I know that because I volunteer not there and I see the I see the food because we are serving it to the homeless so I know that it is happening. It's just tests that it needs to happen esther and So that's one that's one kind of aspect of it and I wanNA talk more about Some of the different ways that food does get wasted and I know a lot of times the farm food they do feed it to animals. Or maybe you know sometimes it gets composted. Not Not always a time. I think it's because it is one of the biggest contributors to our landfills. So even if you put aside the fact that there are starving people people children dying every day from hunger. There's also the fact that these These perfectly good foods that are ending up in a landfill emits methane gases. That are thirty to a hundred times more potent than carbon dioxide. That's more relevant. I think the impacting environment of food. Wish this is quite significant. 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"brusca" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

WIBC 93.1FM

01:40 min | 3 years ago

"brusca" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

"Of the Russia probe sources telling Dow Jones of this marked the first time. A congressional panel has subpoenaed a member of the president's family. The president meantime, heading to Florida to tour hurricane damage at Tyndall air force base hit hard last fall by hurricane Michael. He's scheduled to hold a rally a nine year old boy charged with murder in Michigan accused of killing his mother with a rifle in their home. In Fall River township about one hundred sixty miles south west of Detroit court documents filed on the charges. No details on the circumstances though. The boy taken to a juvenile facility for a psychiatric evaluation. This boxy. W IPC mobile news, all the level of the. Score another one for Indiana factory workers sunny, eighty two degrees. Warm and muggy the seasoning mostly cloudy tonight with showers and thunderstorms beginning Thursday morning, I'm staying Lear. Here's what's trending at five to Saab is building thirty seven million dollar defense plant in west Lafayette. Eric Berman reports Saab and Boeing have contract to build advanced trainer aircraft for the air force CEO Hawkin Brusca says produced discovery park district made the most sense for do university with the press to them. And also they posted be lifted work close to university and would scale people around and build from there because we are looking not just five ten years have been looking hundred years at that gives Purdue an aerospace trifecta with Jian Rolls, Royce plant bring three hundred jobs. Eric berman. Ninety-three WIBC mobile.

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"brusca" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

KNBR The Sports Leader

02:10 min | 3 years ago

"brusca" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

"At San Jose. Nineteen home runs their last year and seventeen the year before. The had the fifth best home run into a bat ratio last year in the California league. So here's Bruce and right handed hitter against the new pitcher. Yup. Shin Gomez a left handed thrower in a high. Fastball is swung missed strike one. We happen to have the voice of the San Jose giants here with us. Joe Richaud who knows quite a bit about geo Brusca now the pinch. Fastball is too high. This guy. I mean, he does look like a huge guy. But apparently got some Papa got some pops and formerly outfielder, and they they moved into first base last season. Jio Brusca was a part of my favorite game. The San Jose giants last year. He was a big part of it. He takes the ball down in the count is two and one he and Jalen Miller. The second baseman on last year San Jose team each hit for the cycle the same game. Wow. I've never heard of that. Here's the stretch and the two and one pitch. Brusca swings and misses at a high fastball to into it's never happened in a major league game. We did find that it had happened once prior in the colleague back in the mid eighties. But it's never it's ever been done in a major league game. It happened last year the San Jose giants in Lancaster GIO, Bruce. Did it first he completed the cycle with a triple in the eighth inning? And then Jalen Miller came up in the ninth inning triple and he did it. Wow. So they both. Did it the hard way? There's a ball inside to Bruce up three and to the count. So I mean, that's the least likely of any of those hits. Right. A they hit a triple, and they both still needed the triple in their lasted batch, and they both got it. And nobody in the dugout really knew that Miller had done it. Everyone was still buzzing about Geos cycle. The ending prior San Jose. Was out by a big margin game wasn't endowed. Now, here's the pitch and it's called strike three on the inside corner. Brusca gets.

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"brusca" Discussed on Loud Americans Discussing Soccer

Loud Americans Discussing Soccer

04:01 min | 3 years ago

"brusca" Discussed on Loud Americans Discussing Soccer

"It's too easy. Like and people are always like shocked when PS she gets knocked out of the Champions League. It's like they haven't been playing a bunch of fucking scrubs for like the entire season. I just understand it like people are always like with that talent. They should be old. Yeah. But they haven't been challenged at all like add this to the notch of my current like this is a farmer's league. Like that's the ongoing joke in PS. She keeps trying to be like, we're not a former xlii there's competition. I mean, Monaco this one year yet because literally you pitch elated and like Monica sold all their players. And now they're having. They're in second to last place with Terry on reas code so get out of here. Status shit. It's super sad we Monaco. Don't don't bring up on me. Don't what if he gets relegated? How fucking embarrassing would that be? No appeals. Gee, we're not talking about France. Farmers then tired of France except Paris a bunch of farmers. They're league does not matter. No. It's just. I feel like the only time we bring them up are in the news when things like this happen when we get to make fun of them. It's never pretty much like, wow. The Monaco Pius Xi game was so intense. Like, I don't give shit. Like, I honestly this might be the last time this year bring up PS PSE unless it's in the champagne easily win the ultimate get knocked out at this point. I might bet or Manta she United depending on the odds. I love that. Let's see. Seeing two weeks. How how Mench has not it is doing or playing some shit teams? But we'll talk about that more in the weeks to come button PS G men like I amount outright. I know. I think I can say outright right now with like ninety five percent confidence. It's a fake team. It's Andy Reid great regular season. When the stakes are super-low. And then you play a real team, you get to a a game that actually matters, and yet choke you've fucking choke every single time because farmers it's just you know, it's like they're going out for training sessions. Like every weirdly Sears. That's what it is. They're playing youth teams. Yeah. I just so I'm I'm done. All right. If we bring up ES Jay again, someone just I oh, you five dollars first person to quote me on Twitter or social media. If I bring up here, she again, like substantial story, please. Just fine me this. I want to be fight. Rate fucking plan. Dude, FA can find you for bringing PS g the FCC like Howard Stern fine me bring up like Howard Stern had women like coming on air. If I talk about BS g than I should get five so moving on to a buffalo. Kevin prince boa tag Martin name. I don't think has ever been uttered on this podcast because he's been such a misfit has been signed by Barscelona. What is what is going on Martin? Okay. At this point at this point. I'm at a loss for words, twenty nineteen cannot get more weird than this. Like, let's let's just read off the list of his former teams in the last, you know, five years Sisulu for twenty eighteen then he played for on-track Frankfurt who got relegated for 2017. Then he played for Las Palmas in twenty sixteen. Also in two thousand sixteen he played for Milan. And then from twenty thirteen to twenty fifteen he played for Shoka, then he played for Milan, then he was on Portsmouth. Then Tottenham Hotspur slash Brusca Dorman than hurt. Berlin does manza fucking traveler, and he's made it to the promised land. He's he's somehow struck gold Cav like do this dream for the journeyman..

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"brusca" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

NewsRadio KFBK

03:40 min | 3 years ago

"brusca" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

"Shutdown date fourteen the partial government shutdown over border wall money continuing is Democrats pass a pair of bills in the house that would end it. But the Senate majority leader says they won't even come up for a vote. They're more from ABC's Mary, Bruce speaker of the house is wasting no time challenging President Trump to reopen. The government setting up an epic power struggle here over the border wall. The president and democratic leaders are set to sit down again later this morning at the White House. New unemployment numbers are due out in just about an hour. Experts. Think the Labor Department will say the economy created about one hundred and eighty thousand jobs last month. This comes a day after the markets took another nosedive the Dow lost six hundred and sixty points on Thursday futures are now pointing to a higher open, though police in Texas have now released a sketch of the man they say they think shot and killed seventy year old jasmine Barnes while she wrote in her mom's car on Sunday in Houston deadly shot fired from a red pickup truck. The reward for information. And the case is now up to one hundred thousand dollars, I'm Cheri Preston. ABC news, six forty four. Newsradio KF became more of our top stories. Why you don't wanna go to loan on your income taxes? This year, you promised to get a head start on your income taxes this year, should you? Call a pro or more people are freelancing nowadays with a rise of the gay. Economy, and that leads to some complexity CPA, Richard LeVine, founder of tax file says the professional preparer may cost less than mistakes on a return. IRS spokesman Eric Smith says don't wait to find a pro really busy in the height of the tax season and their appointment. Schedule is gonna fill up real fast. So particularly if they're good you can use a CPA, certified, tax preparer or a tax attorney. Daria Albinger, ABC news. Apple is serving up some good news in what has otherwise been a very tough week for the technology giant, the company reported its app store made one point two billion dollars between Christmas Eve and New Year's Eve is people started using their gift cards. It also reported a new single day record with three hundred twenty two million dollars being spent on New Year's day games and self care apps were the top sellers. Eight is no longer a secret that Americans are dying at an alarming rate from nationwide opioid crisis and an increased suicide rate, and those factors are also contributing to a reduction in our life expectancy late last year. The centers for disease control and prevention reported a sustained three or drop in life expectancy not seen since nineteen eighteen when it was attributed to deaths from World War One and a flu pandemic population health. Researchers Stephen beige Brusca says life expectancy is on the rise around the world, but not in the US. There are now thirty five countries where people live longer lives. So people's lives are not what they expect to have. And the fact that mortality and adults with that is the twenty five to sixty four year range the prime of life. That's going up and people are internalizing the stress of life. Dress kill CDC's. Preliminary figures showed that seventy thousand people in the US died from drug overdoses in two thousand seventeen that's nearly two hundred day, the so-called mascot drama that played out before a college football game is getting more attention. It's a story. I told you about yesterday on the cave became more news, the mascots Bibo along horn steer from the university of Texas and Georgia's bulldog mascot or brought together for a photo opportunity. Yeah. That didn't go quite as planned. And now the people for the ethical treatment of animals is saying we told you so being animal, especially large animals like vivo is they can react in totally unpredictable ways where people and animals can get injured. And that's something. We don't want to see Peter spokesperson says they're calling for universities to stop using live animals, mascots people's handlers. Quickly got the steer back in his pen. By the way, and said Longhorn was just going over to say hi to the other team's mascot..

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