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The Price of Goods Continue to Rise Year-Over-Year

Mark Levin

01:40 min | 2 d ago

The Price of Goods Continue to Rise Year-Over-Year

"The price of eggs year to year is going up 38% The price of butter and margarine year to year has gone up 26.4% The price of coffee is going up 20.3% The price of poultry has gone up 16.6% Snacks have gone up 16.5% Milk 15.6% double digit inflation All across every food category Bread 13.7% up Fruits and vegetables up 9.3% Beef and veal up 3.4% I don't know where they're getting their beef and veal All food all told up almost 11% year to year And Biden's out there saying 0% inflation 0% inflation It's outrageous And the wrap month to month if you want to look at that 1.1% In the meteor there supporting them over on inflation dropped to 8 and a half percent annually 8 and a half percent annually Dropped that just means it's dropped from 9.1% So we're going from a 43 year high to 40 year high Do you feel relieved ladies and gentlemen

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Everyone Is Struggling Because of Failed Democrat Policies

Mike Gallagher Podcast

01:37 min | 2 weeks ago

Everyone Is Struggling Because of Failed Democrat Policies

"Sitting around saying, I hope there's not going to be a recession is not a strategy. And believe me, if the Biden administration and the Democrats are forced to try to parse the meaning of the word recession, they're losing. I don't, and I'm no economist. I heard some guy that Hewitt interviewed this morning. I think Hugh was surprised because the guest said, well, it won't necessarily be a recession if we have two quarters of decline. And a huge sign of shock. I'm no economist. I know that people are struggling. I know that people are fighting to pay their bills. I know that people are getting discouraged. And depressed. I know that people are trying to figure out how are you going to put a pantry full of groceries this week. Considering the cost of meat and eggs and butter and cheese and milk. Even if we don't have I know people are frustrated. I went to lunch yesterday order of growth and the waitress nice restaurant, great place, now we can't, we can't serve you that meal because the friar is broken and we're weeks and weeks before because of the supply chain problems of getting the right fryer in our upscale restaurant here called the library in St. Petersburg. Can't get that fryer so you can't get the cauliflower that you wanted in the Brussels sprouts. And I thought, man, oh man, everybody's being impacted by this economy by where we are right now. And it is due to failed Democrat leadership.

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What Is Holding Willie Zalatoris Back?

Fore The People

00:48 sec | 2 months ago

What Is Holding Willie Zalatoris Back?

"Like Willie Z I think he's got to break through soon. For him to not have won a PGA Tour event yet, that is crazy to me. Will zalatoris has not one on tour. Yet, I feel as if he should have three or four wins as much as we've seen him, but well, you know what? He was my coach and yeah, well, it's just because he can't he can't close the deal with his butter. Well, yeah, and had been able to make so high. He's ranked so high. He only plays events where the field is like nails. You know what I mean? Yes. Like he's only playing, he's playing most of his tournaments, 80% of his tournaments, there's 15 of the top 20 in the world playing in them. So I mean, that's why. I mean, but yeah, it's shocking he

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New US hospitals face fiscal crisis over COVID relief money

AP News Radio

00:54 sec | 3 months ago

New US hospitals face fiscal crisis over COVID relief money

"Hospitals hospitals hospitals hospitals that that that that open open open open just just just just before before before before the the the the pandemic pandemic pandemic pandemic are are are are facing facing facing facing a a a a financial financial financial financial crisis crisis crisis crisis imagine imagine imagine imagine the the the the state state state state of of of of the the the the art art art art do do do do hospital hospital hospital hospital opening opening opening opening in in in in an an an an underserved underserved underserved underserved area area area area then then then then the the the the corona corona corona corona virus virus virus virus pandemic pandemic pandemic pandemic strikes strikes strikes strikes and and and and cost cost cost cost search search search search bread bread bread bread and and and and butter butter butter butter patients patients patients patients are are are are forced forced forced forced to to to to put put put put off off off off procedures procedures procedures procedures then then then then the the the the government government government government tells tells tells tells you you you you you're you're you're you're not not not not getting getting getting getting millions millions millions millions in in in in pandemic pandemic pandemic pandemic relief relief relief relief money money money money that's that's that's that's the the the the issue issue issue issue facing facing facing facing hospitals hospitals hospitals hospitals in in in in Alabama Alabama Alabama Alabama Kansas Kansas Kansas Kansas and and and and New New New New Mexico Mexico Mexico Mexico who who who who said said said said they they they they aren't aren't aren't aren't getting getting getting getting as as as as much much much much assistance assistance assistance assistance because because because because they they they they don't don't don't don't have have have have financial financial financial financial statements statements statements statements from from from from before before before before the the the the crisis crisis crisis crisis to to to to prove prove prove prove how how how how much much much much they they they they lost lost lost lost at at at at the the the the Thomasville Thomasville Thomasville Thomasville regional regional regional regional Medical Medical Medical Medical Center Center Center Center in in in in southwest southwest southwest southwest Alabama Alabama Alabama Alabama operations operations operations operations director director director director Jody Jody Jody Jody James James James James has has has has been been been been working working working working to to to to convince convince convince convince the the the the government government government government to to to to throw throw throw throw them them them them a a a a lifeline lifeline lifeline lifeline if if if if we we we we can can can can get get get get to to to to seven seven seven seven million million million million or or or or the the the the money money money money that that that that we we we we deserve deserve deserve deserve like like like like every every every every other other other other hospital hospital hospital hospital it it it it would would would would make make make make things things things things a a a a lot lot lot lot better better better better for for for for us us us us to to to to hire hire hire hire and and and and keep keep keep keep nursing nursing nursing nursing and and and and staff staff staff staff federal federal federal federal health health health health officials officials officials officials say say say say all all all all three three three three hospitals hospitals hospitals hospitals have have have have gotten gotten gotten gotten some some some some money money money money and and and and no no no no help help help help providers providers providers providers are are are are getting getting getting getting all all all all of of of of their their their their losses losses losses losses reimbursed reimbursed reimbursed reimbursed I'm I'm I'm I'm Jennifer Jennifer Jennifer Jennifer king king king king

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Josh Mandel: J. D. Vance Has Been Camped out in Silicon Valley

Mark Levin

02:00 min | 3 months ago

Josh Mandel: J. D. Vance Has Been Camped out in Silicon Valley

"Today and in the past you've been backed by Tea Party organizations You've been backed by gun rights organizations You've been backed by outsider organizations You've been the outsider fighting all the time when you were treasurer You were the outsider fighting the entrenched government in Ohio and so forth I'm just asking you a straight question Was JD Vance anywhere to be seen or heard No word I mean literally this guy's been camped out in Silicon Valley for years his personal bread his business bread and his campaign bread is all buttered by Silicon Valley I mean like I said earlier I think he's a Silicon Valley sleeper cell And that's what he'll be in Washington as well And I think a lot of the people here in Ohio see JD advance and that's why they're going to reject them at the ballot box tomorrow And for any of you listeners that want to learn more about Ohio or their other parts of the country the websites real easy It's Josh mandel dot com J O S MAN to EL dot com It's not too late to pitch in if you want to go on there and pitch in ten bucks 20 bucks 50 bucks whatever it is We'll use the vote activities tonight and tomorrow We've got a huge get out the vote operation through churches and through pro gun groups and through pro life groups As you mentioned Mark I am the only candidate in the race that's endorsed by the national association of gun rights which is a no compromise not given an inch constitutional rights gun group I'm also the only candidate in the race endorsed by the right to life action coalition of Ohio who are the pointy tip of the spear leaders in the right to life movement and as mentioned been endorsed by senator Ted Cruz of Texas senator Mike Lee of Utah senator Cynthia lummis of Wyoming these are all senators who were endorsed by Jim demint in the Senate conservatives

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Rhonda Stoppe: Wives Assign Wrong Motives to Their Husbands Actions

Focus On the Family Daily Broadcast

01:16 min | 5 months ago

Rhonda Stoppe: Wives Assign Wrong Motives to Their Husbands Actions

"Okay, so how long did the glow last? Well, we got married and then we moved, I was working full time. And he was working full time. He was in construction. So the honeymoon's over. So I'm going to work all day, and it's the rainy season during construction. So he would stay home and play Atari with his brother while it was raining, and I would come home and they would have peanut butter toast, and it would be all over the counter. And I would just be like, and I had to clean it up. Don't you care what I do all day? And I felt myself starting to just not enjoy him because he wasn't measuring up to my expectations. And so as that occurred, it scared me. I knew the wife I meant to be. And I think that's the wife we all long to be. Is this amazing woman that they're cheerleader? We laugh out loud with them. We have fun with them. So why do we husbands irritate you so much? Well, I think it's because our expectations are so like if you love me, you would. Clean up your peanut butter toast. Right. And we assign wrong motives to their actions. And I think that, to me, is where we have to step back, I want to be in love with my husband till the day one of us dies. I want to be in love with him long past that. And I want him to be in love with me.

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Chuck Todd Interviews Georgia Voters in a 'Sour Mood' About the Country

Mark Levin

01:42 min | 7 months ago

Chuck Todd Interviews Georgia Voters in a 'Sour Mood' About the Country

"I'll meet the depressed I gotta watch my tongue with this This is schmuck Tod I guess Did you notice he was wearing a tiny jacket mister producer Yeah Look like he should be selling popcorn in a movie theater but that's just me and I think those guys are hard workers as a matter of fact Butter yes or no Imagine doing that for 12 hours mister producer and the minimum wage But anyway chuck Todd they interviewed Georgia voters To find out what they have to say Cut sex go Whole world is just It's a mess With the coming midterms likely a referendum on President Biden voters are in a sour mood This week I traveled to Georgia The state that clinched control of the Senate for Democrats I think there's still a lot of separation A lot of divide We're kind of on a tipping point of polarization I wish we could just Shut up in like agree and listen to each other As to describe America in their own words and our NBC News poll voters use the words divided negative lost bad and downhill I think it's just getting harder to live that American Dream You seem to be a little bit disappointed I am The majority of his voting block I feel that he's ignored us Do you think that President Biden has fought hard enough for the priorities of black voters I do not America's divided I wonder why

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Public Interest Legal Foundation: Voter Fraud Cases Ignored by State Prosecutors Is 'Extensive'

Mark Levin

01:51 min | 8 months ago

Public Interest Legal Foundation: Voter Fraud Cases Ignored by State Prosecutors Is 'Extensive'

"But something else has put on my radar is there's a lot more that's not being prosecuted It's not just the local smash and grab moth that's out there That is getting away with crime People that have been referred people where there is enough evidence that has been collected that they've been referred to state prosecutors for voter fraud for miss feasts but it hasn't been followed up on This was a revelation of sorts that was brought to my attention recently And it was brought to my attention through a conversation with Jay Christian Adams of the public interest legal foundation He sent me a report Detailing unprosecuted voter fraud cases And my jaw dropped I mean it really was stunning to me And so I ended up talking to him to get some more context to it And the pervasiveness of referred voter fraud that's not being pursued by prosecutors but still could be right now It's extensive Now because of geography I'm in Florida I've broken down through the Pilates report Florida's information And I'm just going to give you a little bit about Florida In what isn't currently being pursued by prosecutors With referred voter fraud There are currently in the state of Florida alone 150 6 pending butter fraud cases

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Adam Carolla Talks About New Show on the Daily Wire

Mark Levin

01:14 min | 8 months ago

Adam Carolla Talks About New Show on the Daily Wire

"You And you're doing a whole new series on the daily wire which really is evidence of this In other words it's a comedy series You're doing You bring on different guests and so forth obviously And what is it that motivated you to do this I mean in addition to having fun and so forth it's a message you're trying to send Well maybe in a sense it is I mean I'm a comedian I want to do stand up specials I live in Hollywood My opinions don't mesh nicely with the folks that run Netflix or the folks that run HBO But they do match more nicely with the folks at daily wire but it's really the daily wire just doesn't discriminate They're not snobs and not elitist snobs And they went comedy And I'm a comedian who wants to do special So we got a peanut butter cup here I got my I got my chocolate I got the peanut butter And let's do it Hollywood never stops crying about mccarthyism but they apply it all day long

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Cream Cheese Shortage Hits NYC Bagel Shops Amid Supply Chain Issues

ToddCast Podcast with Todd Starnes

02:03 min | 8 months ago

Cream Cheese Shortage Hits NYC Bagel Shops Amid Supply Chain Issues

"So there's some disturbing news out of New York City. And ladies and gentlemen, I do want to give you a moment to brace yourself. Those of you listening to us in the northeast prepare yourself for what I'm about to share with you. This news coming from the Big Apple, there is a cream cheese shortage in New York City and there are grave concerns that you will not have anything to schmear on your bagel. This is the breaking news grace out of New York. Have you had a bagel before? Yes, I love bagels. So this is very depressing. Well, you see, I have never until I moved to New York City. I had never seen the need to eat one. They looked like they looked like hockey pucks to me and I'm a biscuit guy. That's what we do in the southern states. We do our biscuits. Sure. So anyway, when I went to New York City and I got they didn't have biscuits up there. I decided, okay, well I will try the bagel. And I was to actually pretty good. You know, you got to get it toasted, and then you get a you get the schmear, which is that they just, they put cream cheese on it. Which you can get all kinds of different cream cheeses, but anyway. I like the strawberry. Yeah, the strawberries pretty good and like there's like an herb one or like green onion. All right, and then you get the salmon and you put the little dill and I don't do all that. I just give me a I'm a schmear guy. So anyway, literally the entire city is going bonkers over this. No, I'm sure. There's X, there's a headline in grub street dot com, why the cream cheese shortage seems so terrifying. And the writer says sure there's butter, tofu, cream cheese, tofu cream cheese. You. Oh, man. What's wrong with these people? Plenty of acceptable bagel sandwiches require no cream cheese at all, but for the people who want cream cheese, most people, of course, this is an except no substitution type situation.

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Ahmaud Arbery's mom: Thankful for justice and son's legacy

AP News Radio

00:47 sec | 9 months ago

Ahmaud Arbery's mom: Thankful for justice and son's legacy

"The mother of the black Georgian man slain in twenty twenty after being chased by three white men says she feels blessed this year despite her loss AP correspondent Norman hall reports of Montgomery's mother says her sons if the thanksgiving chairs a symbol of justice and despite what she says is an empty spot in her heart she is grateful I'm thankful because his first thanksgiving that would happen saying that we finally got justice Ramana wonder Cooper Jones spent the past six weeks away from home since jury selection started October eighteenth she moved away from Brunswick after her son was killed she says the coming days will be a time for rest and for reflection on memories of her son such is his favorite foods I'm not like butter beans you like butter beans and pork chops I Norman hall

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Editor Joel Berry Describes His Comedy Influences

The Eric Metaxas Show

02:56 min | 10 months ago

Editor Joel Berry Describes His Comedy Influences

"Folks I am talking to Joel berry not to be confused with crunch berry or really any berry, Joel berry you're your own man, and you grew that beard of your own volition. Did you grunt it out in hopes of landing a gig with the Babylon bee? Because I know that if they see an unbearded youth walk in, they just think like he's probably not reforms enough for us, right? Yeah. Well, I was hired and I started reading spurgeon and like the next morning, it just was incredible. I'm going a beard virtually all the time. But I just shave it off before anybody notices. But I want you to know that it's there. You know, it's happening, basically. It's happening as much as your beard is happening. It's growing about the same rate. See that sometimes. I think you should the next few years. If you take certain vitamins, you could like grunt it out in four days. It's unbelievable. Okay, so here's my question for you. When you were growing up, like ten minutes ago, who were your heroes? Who were your comedy heroes? Is there anything that influenced you or what's your comedy thing? Well, you know it came a little bit later in life. I'll be honest. I was homeschooled very sheltered. You know, I grew up in the world where you know you don't watch The Simpsons, you know, you stay away from The Simpsons. So I had to kind of play catch up later on. But I want to know what level are we talking? It's one thing to avoid The Simpsons. It's another thing to turn your own butter. Like where were you on that spectrum? You were maybe a step above churning our own butter. We were pretty long Jean skirts on the ladies. Oh yes. And like a whole Holly hobby kind of aesthetic? Yeah. So those early Apple on B jokes where we would talk about the Sports Illustrated swimsuit edition, introducing its first baptist supermodel in the long Jean skirt. Those jokes were also too good. It's too good. So yeah, so what did so when did you I mean, was it reading the onion? What was it? What were you reading that made you think I want to do this? Unless it was the B itself. Yeah, it was the B itself, you know? I think the bee was originally inspired by what the onion did. Our founder Adam Ford, he read an onion headline shortly after the Alberta fell decision when they redefine the meaning of marriage at the Supreme Court. And it was something to the effect of forced Supreme Court Justices suddenly realized that they will be the villains in an upcoming Oscar winning movie. You know? And that's a pretty good headline, right? Yeah, it's very good. And I think Adam at that point, he read that. And even though he vehemently disagreed with the point of view of the onion, he had to respect the joke. Why aren't we doing

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 US, EU reach agreement to settle rift over Trump-era tariffs

AP News Radio

00:47 sec | 10 months ago

US, EU reach agreement to settle rift over Trump-era tariffs

"US and the European Union are settling the diplomatic rift over trump era steel and aluminum tariffs the White House says the tariffs won't be removed entirely but under a new agreement with the E. U. some quantity of European steel and aluminum will be allowed to enter the U. S. without tariffs in exchange the E. U. is dropping retaliatory tariffs and will ensure steel entering the U. S. via Europe is produced entirely in Europe in twenty eighteen the trump administration place taxes on E. U. steel and aluminum on the claim that foreign products produced by American allies were a threat to US national security that justification outraged Europeans and other allies prompting counter tariffs on an array of U. S. made goods including motorcycles and Bourbon peanut butter and jeans I'm

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Rep. Matt Gaetz Presses Military Officials Over Mishandling of Afghanistan

Mark Levin

02:02 min | 11 months ago

Rep. Matt Gaetz Presses Military Officials Over Mishandling of Afghanistan

"But I was very very impressed with Matt gates at the house hearing today And those of you who weren't able to watch or hear and so forth I want you to listen to this Cut one go February 26th 2020 House armed services committee general Mark milley we know we're not going to defeat the Taliban militarily and they're not going to defeat the government of Afghanistan militarily You really blew that call didn't you general I believe that that was a issue of strategic stalemate and that if we had remained in Afghanistan with the advisory levels of effort then the government of Afghanistan That's an interesting question It's just not one I asked You spent more time with Bob Woodward on this book than you spent analyzing the very likely prospect that the Afghanistan government was going to fall immediately to the Taliban didn't you Not even close congressman Oh really 'cause you said right after cobble fell that no one could have anticipated the immediate fall of the Ghani government When did you become aware that Joe Biden tried to get Ghani to lie about the conditions in Afghanistan He did that in July Did you know that right away I'm not aware of what President Biden you're not aware of the phone call that Biden had with Ghani where he said whether it is true or not we want you to go out there and paint a rosy picture of what's going on in Afghanistan You're the chief military adviser to the president You said that the Taliban was not going to defeat the government of Afghanistan militarily which by the way they cut through them like a hot knife through butter And then the president tries to get gunny to lie when did you become aware of that attempt Well there's two things that are congressman if I may One is what I said was the situation with stalemate And if we kept advisers with the government of Afghanistan and the army would have still been there That's what I said Whether that's right or wrong I don't know but it seems wrong now Secretary Austin are you capable of assessing whether another has the will to fight No we're not And that's the point that the chairman made

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Isolating the TAGs and LAGs

Daily Poker Tips

01:09 min | 11 months ago

Isolating the TAGs and LAGs

"So how do you isolate the tight aggressive and loose aggressive players. I they make a raise pre flop youth three bedroom right. Maybe they're in the blinds and then you open raise two. Maybe three three and a half big minds to get everyone else to fold. Hopefully you've got that tag or lag heads up to yourself. And if they three bet well. You've got a plan for that right. You're already trying to isolate one of the strong players at the table. Now here's the big idea. Do not isolate a good player. Without a good reason reason number one could be that you have a very strong hand or maybe it's a playable post flop hand and you know how to play like six seven suited. Ace five suited stuff like that. Hopefully you're in position against a strong player. you've also been paying attention to how they play. And you know that they have some post flop weaknesses that you can exploit and another reason to isolate. These players is for bread and butter. So you're the pre flop razor and you're in against them allowing you to extract more value post flop or potentially bluff them off the pot a little bit easier because tags and lags. They hate seeing the flop out a position right.

20-Year Veteran Calls Mike to Share His Disappointment Over the Collapse Afghanistan

Mike Gallagher Podcast

01:03 min | 1 year ago

20-Year Veteran Calls Mike to Share His Disappointment Over the Collapse Afghanistan

"Our veterans. What about these families for twenty years. Who have watched their loved. Ones fight for four in afghanistan. Here's tom who i believe. Urged gives me max online to max. What are you feeling today as we see the collapse of afghanistan. Butter harake sir. Twenty years honorable service staff. Sorry united states marine corps medically retired injured injuries sustained in afghanistan a flu search and rescue missions megabucks for the at gani people matter of fact over one hundred twenty six individuals and let me tell you the people of afghanistan our brave courageous folks who put up with an awful lot and for us to be their biggest ally in their biggest supporter to turn. Our backs and run is atrocious. And just not just atrocious but on a world scale makes us look weak. Sir and i think it goes to say a lot about the democratic policy on the because here we are the world's police now we eat fund. The police in afghanistan. Look at what happened just like chicago just like everywhere else. Wow i need your voice. I'm so glad to get your voice in your perspective. And i'm grateful for your service and your sacrifice max.

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Pros & Cons of Mass Gainer Shakes

Mind Pump

02:04 min | 1 year ago

Pros & Cons of Mass Gainer Shakes

"What are the pros and cons of gainer protein guy. The room now. Do you know if they're not as worse. They're they're not as popular as they used to be. That's why don't you. Oh bro you would light up the room. If you have a lot of these these are the ones that come in. These huge canisters. Like this big. You take nine hundred hazard lisa time. This was a huge market in the nineties. Not so much now but in the nineties this was one of the big moneymakers. And you know like I think twin lab gainers fuel was one of the ones that was starting to be popular site. Oh gainer or cytokine heavyweight gainer nine hundred that wants to exist and meghan ask him out and what they would do is the the number kept going up. I remember it was like the masking or worse. So be like five hundred calories a shake and then the nine hundred thou- it got the point where there were shakes. that were four thousand calories. How did they make that happen. They will they pack 'em full of of carbohydrates a bucket for a fucking san. That was the other i remember. The first time i bought masking or four thousand was literally looked like a paint bucket. And i am like. Oh my god. They fit four thousand calories in a serving. then i open the lid and there was a scoop in there. I'm not exaggerating that big and you put it was. It was like six servings in the bucket shovel. dude. I put it in. the blender. Turn it on and is like my mom's like old school high-powered blender was almost gonna break wall and wonder and then you have to add whole milk to the whole thing so all right pros and cons pros convenient cheap way to get lots of calories cons yet. Yeah it's not the best calories. It's a lot of multiple dextra and cheap protein typically In food is better Other pro- it's sometimes easier drink calories when you're trying to force feed i guess yourself if your hard gainer i can see the value here. I think though you're probably better off buying a high quality protein shake and then adding style adding food oats fruit and berries. Peanut butter

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Avoid Non-Bread & Butter Situations in Poker

Daily Poker Tips

00:52 sec | 1 year ago

Avoid Non-Bread & Butter Situations in Poker

"I'm sure you've heard me say that. Bread and butter is the most profitable situation to be in. This means. you're in position on the flop as that pre flop razor against one or two players but did you realize that when you call out of the blinds. You are giving your opponent. Bread-and-butter let's say the cutoff opened raised and you ended up calling in the big blind. What does the flop look like for you. Well you're out of position against the pre flop razor so he has a stronger range and the positional advantage against you. It's going to be very hard to profit in this hand and the more non bread and butter spots that you put yourself in the harder poker is on you so from now on before you make that pre flop call from out of position realize that you're voluntarily giving your opponent bread and butter. Use this idea to help you start restricting. You're out of position

"butters" Discussed on Distorted View Daily

Distorted View Daily

02:42 min | 1 year ago

"butters" Discussed on Distorted View Daily

"Recognized. How do you maintain your balance. Seemed rather annoyed and he got kinda worked up. But that's okay. He's going to have some time to relax. Yes he's been placed on leave pending further investigations. I'm guessing he'll be fired eventually. Got to be careful teachers. Everything is being filmed these days. Speaking of interesting things being filmed. I ran across an x rated movie from the nineteen seventies. I don't know how popular this film was. I don't know if it's like. Debbie does dallas something. Everyone knows about except for me. Apparently i don't think that's the case. Sounds a little jew bizarre to be mainstream. The movie's called confessions of a teenage peanut butter freak. The title intrigued me. Because i also peanut butter freak love peanut butter. The character in this movie has a different relationship with peanut butter though. Here's the synopsis. Ever since being sexually traumatized as a young man by his aunt. Billy has had an unhealthy association between peanut butter and sex which leads juvie inevitable question with the hell. Did his aunt duty him something with peanut butter. Apparently after his latest date leaves him he meets priscilla it equally. Odd woman as the two strangers decide to share stories of their unusual erotic experiences. Billy begins to realize that he may have finally found the girl of his dreams. Can their budding romance survive the ultimate sexual test. It's one of the strangest films to emerge from. San francisco's underground. Erotic film. seem needless to say. I was interested and i set about trying to find a copy of this thing. I'm talking about it to you right now. So obviously i did find a copy. So i've got some clips. I would like to share with you first up at the beginning of the movie. We find our protagonist here the peanut butter freak Going on a date with a girl. He's at a nice restaurant right. This is a real date. There's candles on the table and everything very romantic. Anything interesting happened today. Just thirteen deposits them. Draw this conversation. It's getting steamy yours. Another lopin face peanut butter sandwich. Place shocking your smooth. This time sir. Katie say all right.

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"butters" Discussed on EAST TO WEST WITH NICK AND ROB

EAST TO WEST WITH NICK AND ROB

03:42 min | 2 years ago

"butters" Discussed on EAST TO WEST WITH NICK AND ROB

"Generally Click on ESPN or ESPN's my home screen a lot and the stupid byline header was Danika Patrick Aaron Rodgers to jerk Alpha's by the way broke up and I'm thinking to myself like Shit and we're what can I have sports back like wh my life becoming. I don't care but they're both jerks even though one is much more attractive than the other. And I. You. I. Don't know why we have like five articles about this. Because the world is. So. Sports deprived. It's become the Dash Ian Network sports world. Thing and by the way below Danika Patrick Aaron Rodgers story was Eric Bledsoe Russell Westbrook test positive for Covid I don't know man I think the priorities here are all messed up Right this whole world is gone it's gone to plaid we all gone mad. Gone. What are we got on this thing?.

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"butters" Discussed on EAST TO WEST WITH NICK AND ROB

EAST TO WEST WITH NICK AND ROB

03:36 min | 2 years ago

"butters" Discussed on EAST TO WEST WITH NICK AND ROB

"First Base I call this my gin and juice. Two guys. Frank Thomas E. add the. Great. Testosterone commercials. That's the gym part of it. The juice? Is Mark Maguire. Mark Mark Oh man to yeah. Yeah I. Mean. He wasn't a great defender Okay. So I'm not gonNA argue. With. Frank Thomas the big hurt underrated I remember his rookie card was such a hot commodity for awhile. I'm going to go a little bit more defensive, but still obviously great defensive numbers should've have been a red sock, his whole career, but it didn't work out, Mr Jeff Bagwell. He'd never even got a call up to the big show at fenway. Yeah, that's that's great. Team was managed back then. Fag Well, good choice. You could pick up the ball on these hot shots to I better than almost anybody I'd seen in my lifetime. He had great instincts Mu he was a big guy but he moves so well for big guy especially early on in his career. Okay L. Field. This tough man it's hard I hate my says, but I can't I can't pick them all GonNa give you my failed all three guys. I'd give it to me. Ricky Henderson. Agree. We. All Time leadoff hitter history of baseball rookie. Ken Griffey Junior. He's on there. I'm not gonNA argue with Allen. Somebody's GONNA argue Alan please email east to west with nick and Robin we'll delete your email. East to West with Nick and rob a g mail dot com email us if he west agreement around at L. Dot. com. And I can not not have this guy on my team. Makes me nervous. I'm. Not. GonNa. Say Dwight Evans do we was annoying but? Dewey. Mike Trout going to be taking Mike. All right. Okay. So I have tried online on mine too but I sort of a don't feel great about it. Because I, I wanNA take mookie again I'll hold him to the same auto rule as breath a career isn't quite there yet so I won't pick Mukhi but I've got Griffey I've got trout my last guy I'm sorry man I can't not do it. It's IT's Mr Barry Bonds Home run. King. Played outfield. Great he was also like a thirty, thirty, forty, forty guy and multiple MVP winner I can't not pick him. He was so good. He was actually an underrated defender I think you want go gloves. griffey probably a little bit better defensively but. Not Too. Far Behind if your outfield is trout bonds, griffey. In their primes forget steroids we'll. We'll cover that later you're crushing fantasy baseball crushing it. I'll give you barry bonds. You're in the clear without one she's A. Barry Bonds. You know clearly clearly your choice nick. So we're not here to talk about the past, defend it. If marking mark, do it Mary gets the do to? All Right? One. More. person. There is no other. Designated hitter. Negotiable. Wicked smart. compactor. You can't stop them with bullets even forget baseball's. Poppy is..

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"butters" Discussed on EAST TO WEST WITH NICK AND ROB

EAST TO WEST WITH NICK AND ROB

05:49 min | 2 years ago

"butters" Discussed on EAST TO WEST WITH NICK AND ROB

"These plans I didn't want to admit this on a successful podcast of our own here out in the ether of the of the series of tubes as the Internet. But I have a fantasy baseball draft on. Sunday. Despite all my better judgement. So I'll be doing that even though probably means nothing and the team will never play. But Yeah I think in lieu of anything else I would love to do a legacy team So how do we do it? We go one for one or is it give me the rules? Is it like? Can I put Babe Ruth on my team? Do I have to have seen this person play or something? No I'll go with who we've seen play. I'm not necessarily say we seen them play live in the stadium. But we've seen them play in the career. You know I'm fifty one years old. So I've seen I was going to say I love and I point out that you're older than me. So you're breath of players bigger than mine. Because I'm your uncle and I should be older you. Model. Golf Club Above Ground Pool noted. All. Right. So let's go. So you go first what else do pitching first and then we'll ease into the into the diamond. Okay. Hands down. I want this guy as one of my starting pitchers. I know you're GonNa Pick Your and Steal Nolan Ryan. Own Nolan Ryan Okay so he counts for me that's. That's in my lifetime. So I'm going to give Nolan that's no-brainer. Good Helps me because minds. Brainer. It's Pedro. I can know he. Wins Asia's no-brainer for one game. That's the guy. I got one other pitcher. All right. Let's see if we agree to as we need a lefty. Yeah you probably need a lefty Randy Johnson I have him on my last. Chance to. Get. Israeli. Small writing but he's on their boom now I thought our clemens and maddox would have been the other two. Throughout Nolan Ryan he was a I was a little bit young toward the end of his but I did get to watch one of his no hitters so I think that works out that's dominant with one lefty that's a dominant rotation there. So we gotta pick a closer at least closer. I A pains me to say it, but I know who mine is. I, it pains me to put his name down to. But you gotTA. Love it because the fenway faithful showed him so much respect in his in his retirement. How? Rightfully? So because he says, Boston people aren't classy. That's right. Fuck adding. CanNot get. Balls at Santa Claus. We just point out when new suck I don't think that's our problem. That's your problem. So. Mariano Rivera. List. That's a no brainer. Yeah. All right. Segment I didn't think the pitching was easy now I think it's GonNa get more complicated. Let's go catch her third..

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"butters" Discussed on EAST TO WEST WITH NICK AND ROB

EAST TO WEST WITH NICK AND ROB

03:47 min | 2 years ago

"butters" Discussed on EAST TO WEST WITH NICK AND ROB

"Like it I like it I. Maybe it's a maybe it's a double maybe there could have been a homer there but I'm gonNA. I'm GONNA allow it I'M GONNA go with it. She she's she's got she got enough clout I think it works. Okay. Alright right. Fencer Guy. Brilliant performance. You can't understand anything he saying added. Subtitles on to watch the movie that's something or leading say. Stayed they do mention this alive speak English. Okay. saw. His death was the only one spoiler there. That was kind of lackluster to me. It needed to be more they I i. it had an impact and move the story forward, but I would rewrote data differently. Okay All right. So I didn't go with seventy couldn't speak English goes I. WASN'T GONNA. I wasn't gonNA put Cardi B. in the parts. Hayek. Lawn. That's a great you would of nailed it. Probably would have good but I wanted someone who was an actress Guy I wanted to enact us in this part. So I put Rosario Dawson in this part I'll. I like it. All right. All right. We're going to give you three three on now and I'm into it I dig it. It's GonNa be a mandatory in season two. She was on a USA network show that was pretty good finish it yet she's She's she's got the clout that's GonNa work, and she can she can do something with that part may be different than what she's been doing which I appreciate to. Exactly, I mean and she's not Battle the is either so All Right Kevin Pollack. Now I've loved Kevin Pollack. Forever I loved him since I heard him do impersonations of William Shatner captain his his Christopher Walken. I mean genius. You've ever seen the aristocrats documentary about the dirtiest joke of all time. He does hold joke at Christopher Walken, it makes me laugh. It makes me laugh every time by the way great character actor who has been in a few good men almost Oscar worthy type performances here here and there I mean he is a genius the whole nine yards he is just really really brilliant. underrated. Okay. So. I cast this female in this part because I can picture her hockey somehow saying the wine said, he would he said in this movie in such deadpan way it's as it's another spoiler. But as relevant here, he's the fucker that ended up stealing the van that got the whole thing started. You remember that I put in this part. In a Kendrick. How interesting all right I like the makeup of this group I a put it in a different part. But all right, I'll allow it. Okay. We're GONNA roll with that. We'll give you four for four then. Verbal Kaiser SOS EH. This is it. This is the big one. This is Mike Trout. Kevin Spacey played this part. He was so good and he such an awful human being. It's unfortunate that I have to go back and watch all the things I like that he was in. And kind of like you know just sorta might stomach germs now but in the in the moment and he still a great actor aside from all the other stuff this was an amazing for you may not like this. But I've been in love with this woman for years. Sandra bullock. Man. So she was already in the oceans eight and I thought she was very good. She's clearly a Danny Ocean type she's clearly a leader. Obviously a great body of work over the years, a Blindside, a movie I wouldn't necessarily be a predisposition to love was so good basically because of her powerhouse performance also Oscar winning I think. I don't know I think she might and I hate to say it..

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"butters" Discussed on Stuff You Should Know

Stuff You Should Know

13:10 min | 2 years ago

"butters" Discussed on Stuff You Should Know

"Think Emily Likes the SMUCKER's natural But I also got some. I can't remember the brand. It's one of the one of the other natural brands. They're they're all pretty good. I think okay so. Nineteen Twenty eight was when Peter Pan. rolled out and was the first which. I didn't know it was the first major brand. It was the biggest seller at the time It used that partial hydrogen nation process. That was patented by gun aimed. Joseph Rosenfield From Kentucky and then that's where our et Cetera skippy came from Peter Pans parent company. Said I WANNA cut your licensing fee. He said I'm done with you. And I'M GONNA go out and I'M GONNA make skippy on my own. And by the end of his career. He had ten patents not just for peanut butter but relating to food and he was just kind of like a Chevy chason vacation movies. He was a food scientist yet. What was it the thing that he Learned CODA flake with that. He used on the sled. Oh I don't know some sort of non nutritional I can't remember I'll figure it out no need to email. Everyone no need to email. No I want to hear. I want every email about this. I think it was called the non nutritional. Coding is what he calls it but but yes he was very much like that but he was also way way way better than anything. Chevy chase could ever be because he was a really great boss. He paid his his workers really well and in creating the skippy brand. He broke off from this kind of This corporate overlords that he he worked for was keeping them under his thumb. And then trying to Shortchange him And said you know what by creating skippy? I'm going to not only challenge. You Peter Pan. I'm going to become the best selling peanut butter. There is from like nineteen fifty to nineteen eighty like skippy it and I just missed the skippy train. So I'm wondering like if I had been born in nineteen seventy if I would have been raised on skippy. But I came along at the fair. Really yeah he said in your face and they said my love peanut butter in my face and he went. Oh gotta think of a new comeback you know choke one thing that's always bothered me about Peter. Pan Is do you remember that jingle or it's like eat some peanut butter anytime you can. It's like Oh that's nice. Then they follow it up with. But if it's Peter Pan like it's got kind of this like if I can't have you no one can psychotic mentality to it. Yeah I never really. I never heard that song so I never really thought about that. Union watch the television in the nineteen ninety s. I did I. Don't remember that one though but I mean I was in the nineties. I was in college so I probably wasn't I don't think we had cable. Why didn't watch much? Tv In College Gotcha So skippy is doing great. Peter Pan is just like oh I guess I'll just have to be second banana and skippy and Jif said. How'd you like being third banana? Because that's where you're headed That same year. Nineteen fifty five. This is when Rosenfield sold Skippy to best foods. Procter and gamble bought big top. Peanut from William Too Young also Kentucky. Yeah and then they became Jif And they held that brand until two thousand one two thousand two. Yeah I did not know that the right way. Two thousand one two thousand and two when they sold smucker's okay but Jif is still the number one brand today right as far as I know okay. Yeah that's that's my understanding too. I thought you were saying like it was the number until BEF FROM FROM. I think thousand nine hundred eighty two today. It's it's number one yet and they got a lot of. I think they all do but Jif. Alone has fifteen different kinds of peanut butter Which is kind of nuts if you look at their lists. They've got all kinds of different crazy. Peanut butters out there now. Well nuts as just one variety. Well they all have peanuts in it. Yeah well they have. They have a good almond butter too. Yeah I can get down with some butter. You know what buddy. I'm going to buy some when we see each other again. I'm going to be brandishing. A jar of Jeff Almond butter for you. You know it's not good. What is You know you can't take peanut butter sandwiches into classrooms anymore Or at least it. You know that my kids preschool and Of course she can't take anything in there anymore because it's closed but you have to make You have to make it with What a cheese. I used to things all the time. What a baseball players to sunflower seeds chickpeas sunflower butter. That's good to have had that. It's not bamboo. Do not care for it. You don't like I think all right well I really like basically any kind of butters including his butter. Butter butter is great but I just cannot get down with the sunflower sunflower. Yes yeah no it totally in. It's definitely there's a taste of sunflower to it. Like you could have no idea what you're eating in somebody gives it to you would be like. That's some flour butter isn't it? I'd love sunflower seeds. Oh that was a big thing in college for a little while we would sit around in just put a mouthful of sunflower seeds on her mouth. I remember the sunflower trend. Quite well. Remember that you try. Yeah you crack them open with your teeth and you would spit out the the shell and then swallow the chew on the season. Swallow it so I would eat the whole thing. You know. You didn't eat the shell. This is I would eat the whole thing. That would smoke all cigar in inhalant. You're very bad. Squirrel drought. Drown your lawn and water and you'd sit back and say I'm doing life just right. I got it all figured out. Would you really shells still do to this day? Really? Yeah it's Kinda dangerous because every once in a while there's like one part to it. That's just a spear right into your gums. If you're not careful so I'm pretty good Eh. Every once in a while I'll be like I think I'm bleeding. Well here's how I eat peanuts when I go to the ball game. I stick the whole peanut in my mouth like a squirrel and I kinda suck on it for a second and get that salty goodness and then I crack open with my and I pull it out of my mouth and then dumped the peanuts in throw away the shells and then between every bite. You have to coat your lips with lip balm because it's so tried and cracked as it is pretty salty but at the only eight peanuts in the shell like that. Is it a baseball game so now I do something similar? But it's with peanut. Mlm's I will like crack the peanut eminem in half and expose the peanut in your teeth. Yes and then eat that. The the Freed chocolate shell side and then Eat the other chocolate. Shell side from around the peanut and then I eat the peanut by itself. Are you kidding reese area? I'm dead serious. I can't remember the last time I ate peanut eminem without doing that with every single. All right here's what I'll do sometimes with peanut Okay should just have a side gig where we just talk about our stupid quirks we do. It's part of the podcast. I put an sometimes. They'll just Maui on them like there's no tomorrow but sometimes I will. This helps me eat fewer of them. 'cause I will pop one or two in my mouth and I'll just let him sit there and Marinate in my saliva. Oh Yeah Yeah and swirling around and then that candy coating kind of melts away a little bit and makes it like a really soft little crunch. Yep I know I know what you mean. You know that move. Yep Really Good. I do that too but usually I'm a little less patient than that every once in a while. Maybe when I'm like you know I have a whole tupperware bowl full of peanut EMINEM's I might go crazy like all right. So let's shall we take a break or should we wait a second? Yeah let's do that. Let's take a break iheartradio in tribeca studios present fierce a podcast about the incredible women who never made it into our history books and the modern women carrying on their legacies today. I'm your host Joe Piazza each week. We'll be introducing you to women like Tangy sow she. Outclasses every other known pirate by every metric and modern counterpart Tracy Edwards? I wanted to be navigate. Both anybody can do that. I swear she create my own project. Listen to subscribe to fierce on the iheartradio APP apple podcasts. Or wherever you listen to podcasts. Change All right so where we left off was. Jif was killing it. You and I have very weird eating habits and Jif starts killing it. They start putting sugar and molasses in there everyone else followed suit and finally in the nineteen sixties the FDA stood up and said hold on a minute guys. This stuff. You're calling peanut. Butter is junk food now. there's one leading brand noggin name name. I think it was. It was only seventy five percent actual peanuts. He's like so you gotTa Start. Putting ninety five percent peanuts in the whole thing. The peanut butter lobby said WHOA. Whoa WHOA WHOA. Whoa how about eighty seven percent and they said we're the FDA we meet people in the middle settle on ninety percent peanuts and peanut butter and since one thousand nine hundred one. That's been the standard. Yeah I think like this one on for a dozen years. There's a really interesting article on today. I found out called the momentous peanut butter hearings is definitely worth reading. But it's just was nuts. How literally nuts? How long this went on for and then finally just kind of heartening that the FDA was like no ninety percent. That's as low as we're going. Make sure that your peanut butter has ninety percent peanuts. Good Day to you sir. And that was that finally and it became enforced in nineteen seventy two And Still Today. There is a federal legal definition for what constitutes peanut butter and one of the first things is a has to have ninety percent peanuts in. That's right because that is still the standard If it is smooth it has to be very fine with an even texture and no hint of grainy peanuts at all. If it's a medium you can have a little green to it But nothing larger than one sixteenth of an inch in dimension. And then all bets are off if you're Crunchy I don't I don't know who says Chunky but it's definitely crunchy. That's like a type of Campbell Soup. Not So crunchy can be larger than one sixteenth. And I guess I mean they're all about the same size curious to see if there are any kind of half size peanuts if it gets that. Chunky like large in a sixteenth of an inch. A half of peanut people be like it's too chunky. I can't take it. Maybe I mean that's that's like candy bar level it is. It is so chuck. What you've just said the federal government's definition of the different varieties of peanut butter as far as they're concerned and I don't know if you said it or not but that Guy Joseph Rosenfield who who was the founder of skippy. He actually created Chunky. Sorry crunchy peanut butter. We both said Crunchy and our Bo Sang Klein. No it's Kinda stuck in my head but he's the guy who if you like chunky peanut butter first of all shame on you but secondly thank Joseph Rosenfield for that because he came up with. I think in the fifties yeah like I said I like it all There is not a kind of peanut butter that That I won't eat. I think it's really good so then I think also the The this kind of demonstrates just how seriously Americans take peanut butter the USDA goes on to say there are other qualities that make a peanut butter either grade. A grade. B or sub-standard peanut butter and my favorite. It's things like Color the color has to match certain color samples that you can only obtain from a company called Egg Tron Inc of sparks Nevada. This is in the one thousand nine hundred ninety two law. The you have to write to egg tron and say. Can you please send me the peanut butter colored standards because I need to make sure that my peanut butter matches the USDA STANDARDS FOR COLOR GENDER? Their online get with it. Are you writing a letter right? That's that's a really good point and you do email you'd right back like I don't know. Can You? Please send me the website. Url and then they would but when you get this color standard. You can't look at it wherever you have to..

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"butters" Discussed on Stuff You Should Know

Stuff You Should Know

11:09 min | 2 years ago

"butters" Discussed on Stuff You Should Know

"Hey and welcome peanut butter jelly time. I'm Josh there's Chuck we haven't seen Jerry Awhile. You have seen Jerry. Please tell her to call home. And this stuff yeah Jerry. She Sonata a smoke signal. That said send me so she did. She did and we send some on donkey back in that general question. Are you a peanut butter or Jelly? In this scenario I wanNA be peanut butter. You'll always be jelly. Well I think we should level set here at the beginning. Okay and talk about if you like peanut butter which is your favorite. And then what you like. How do you utilize it okay? My name is Josh see and I love peanut butter. Okay almost only smooth. I will eat chunky if the if civilization has collapsed. And that's all I can find. I eat it any way shape or form sometimes just peanut butter on spoon sometimes peanut butter and spoon with a little divet made with my tongue filled with local honey. If you WANNA get tubby really fast. Let me introduce you to the wonder. That is a spoonful of peanut. Butter scooped in some cool whip but really any kind of peanut butter anytime. I will eat it. And I've noticed that when I reached my forties peanut butter sticks around me a lot more than it used to. So I'm having a real struggle with it. Thank you for listening And do you WANNA buzz. Market your favorite brand We use this Jif natural. That's like It's leaking Brown container and I'd like it so much I've never purposely never looked at the label. 'cause I don't WanNa know how naturally it is But my all time. Favorite is reese's peanut butter. Have you had it? You mean in the Jar yes Yes so good. I think I've had at once but I was raised on. Jeff now go while I was raised on whatever the gigantic gallon tub. Is that you get in eighties. He I don't remember. I don't think any of those name brands Now I I mean. I love peanut butter. It's one of my favorite things in the world And I will go crunchy or smooth no matter that. Love them both. I also like it with honey I like it and I don't do this much. Obviously because it's just I'm not nineteen years old but a peanut butter and mayonnaise. Sandwich is one of the best things in the world. You know. I've never had that. Is it good? Really? Do you have any yes to peanut butter and P Sammy Okay. So half-and-half or more peanut butter the. Mayo. Or what? It's kind of your your jam. I definitely don't go light on the Mayo. 'cause you gotTa have that. Tang and Peanut butter and marshmallow fluff. I used to eat when I was a kid stuff. Fluffer nutter and Now I don't eat the sugary hydrogenated types Either have one of the the sort of artisan natural kinds you have to mix up or Just dekalb farmers market grinds the peanuts right in front of your face into a tub aims to you right in front of your face and it says beat it. You can't have any of this so that's just peanuts. Obviously maybe a little bit of salt do they add. Any salt is a really just peanuts. It's peanuts how I wonder if they sold the peanuts when they roast them. Because I've always seen like peanuts just a little bit assault like you can't peanut butter any other way. But maybe maybe they figured out. They've cracked the code. Well I mean. They may be salted roasted. I have no idea about the peanut but it's good. It's all good but I have to mix you know I gotta put a little bit of honey in there or maybe a little bit of a gob eight to give it a little bit of a sweet. Oh that's a good idea. Yeah I was GONNA ask you. I have not had any artisan stuff and I did a little research and found a couple. I want to try And I didn't know like is it. Is it just straight up adult kind of stuff where you're like? Oh it's really good. But you're wishing that you had like the nasty big three brand instead. Well I mean if you don't add any sweetener and it's it's not nearly as good as you know but I think the naturals are all kind of the same as far as sweetness level. Yeah the best I could discern. Is that if you're paying for artisan craft peanut butter and Buddy. You're paying your like supposedly. Have you know depending on the kind of peanuts that are chosen? The variety of peanuts The way that it's roasted almost like a coffee or wine or something like that. There's a sophisticated palate or terroirs that you really have to pay attention to that to me is kind of like the opposite of what peanut butter supposed to be. It's supposed to be like this dumb messy thing where you know you're totally normal. And he started eating the peanut butter and you suddenly have like a cow lick. And you're wearing a striped shirt. That shows your gut kind of thing. You know like you just progress in age but I also get wanting to enjoy peanut butter in a healthy way because it is surprisingly from from what I saw. It is healthier than you would suspect if done right. Yes not a big GLOB of Peter Pan with P. Mayonnaise and potato chips smashed in between white bread. Yes Yeah I'm hungry now I am too. I already had some peanut butter this morning. So I'm good to go but it this thing. This is like the yawning episode where I kept yawning. Doing research this is. I just wanted to peanut butter the whole time. Well peanut butter for me has now become my in my Since January and I'm trying to lose some weight so that's become my sweet treat at the end of the night instead of going and getting ice cream. Oh good for you. Just like a spoonful of peanut butter and honey and that'll satiate that desire. I haven't seen you in awhile. How's it going? It's good? I mean I'm down twenty since January but really leveled off the past month. Congratulations do that is really impressive. I'll just forty more to go man. No that's really great man. Just just yeah yeah it does play but it picks up again plateaus because of Corentin alcoholism. Oh I was GONNA ask because I'm finding that that quarantining has made things like we you know we have food and everything but we're we're eating it less for some reason rather than the opposite which both you me and I were really concerned was going to be the way. It went Are you finding it easier to keep up with food or harder Easier because I'm cooking a lot Cheese and buzz marketing again. But you know. I'm just having one of those mighty goods for lunch. Which is very low in calories. Yes really good too And I just tracking the calories in. It's it's alcohol. That's the problem right now. I got you. Yeah I've been doing one or two nights a week tops and then a couple of been pretty good now that I think about it. It's good because this has been fairly stressful. But I haven't been stressed eating too much so okay anyway peanut butter here to me chuck early on we happened upon the fact of the PODCAST. If you ask me. This isn't boy very jarring. Forgive the PUN. That peanut butter outside of the United States in the lot of different countries is looked upon as very weird and gross in much the same way that we Americans tend to think of like vegemite people like the British Chinese other countries. Do not think peanut butters particularly good. They think it's a little nasty and that just blew me away to read that. Yeah I'd WanNa talk to some people before I let them Internet website. Tell me that people think peanut butters gross some some website. Push your brain around. Yeah I'd like to talk to some folks about that but at the very least even if they don't think it's gross it. It is a an all American thing like countries that do enjoy. I read that Australia actually likes it. A Lot it's an American concoction so much so that like it might be the most American concoction. There is to tell you the truth. Yeah I mean you make a good point here. You put the stuff together. That MAC and cheese came from Europe. Hotdogs came from Europe Sort of hamburgers. Even though I would argue that the hamburgers we know it is pretty American. Sure but peanut butter just us as far as modern times go. Yeah I think that. The Inca in the fifteenth century used to grind peanuts into a paste. And then that was it a until the nineteenth century when one of our buddies. Who's GonNa make a cameo later Got His hands on the idea but yeah it was an American invention except it was actually Canadian as we'll see but for for the most part people think of it as all American And to talk about peanut Butter Chuck. We kind of have to talk about peanuts. There's really no way around it. Believe me I I don't want to but we have to. I think you mean googlers is have you ever heard somebody outside of TV column? That not really but I knew it was a thing but I don't. It's not in the just daily nomenclature of my crowd but it is it's supposedly like a southern and I guess an antiquated southern word for peanut Guber Guber P. Yeah I've I've heard Goo Burton that old song about the reason it's Guber googlers. There's also a candy right. Yeah and there's smucker's googlers which is peanut butter and Jelly mixed together in a jar. It's actually good is it? Yeah even as a kid I was like this is GonNa be gross and then I tried. I was like not bad. Not Bad at SMUCKER's see I'm pretty Discerning with my jams jellies. That's for another day though. You would not like this. I probably would smokers. If you're all discerning the you would not like it all right. So peanuts is a It's a legume It's also called a groundnut or an earth nut and just like a lintel or a p. It is a little lagoon not no. I'm a big fan of peanuts though. I like to eat them. Pretty much any way you can slice it from boil to Straight up raw out of the Shell By honey roasted root salted roasted and certainly in peanut butter. So Momo and I go and visit squirrels whenever we can when we go on walks and we always take peanuts and I read. You're supposed to take roasted unsalted peanuts. We get like big bags of those and if there's no squirrels out I get to eat all peanuts. Oh Yeah Yeah Mobile. Give me a look like because they're not for you but they usually end up in my tummy. Anyway you ever seen a squirrel stick one of those in his mouth sideways. Yup I have earned cute. Yeah we will like all shell them and then throw like actual peanut in the squirrel somehow will know that they're supposed to be another one coming because they'll very frequently put one in his cheek and then like be like okay. Toss me the other one. They'll take that run off in like eat it with this two little hands..

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"butters" Discussed on Stuff You Missed in History Class

Stuff You Missed in History Class

09:46 min | 2 years ago

"butters" Discussed on Stuff You Missed in History Class

"With one brief window from nineteen seventeen until nineteen twenty two because of dairy and butter shortages during World War. One that brief window did not reopen during World War. Two though because at that point the government dealt with these shortages through rationing rather than by temporarily allowing people to buy artificial better. The reason for Canada's prohibition was that was that Margarine was viewed as an injury product that people needed to be protected however for decades after margarines invention Newfoundland wasn't yet part of Canada and in Newfoundland. Things were quite different. The climate they are didn't make cattle farming. Easy at all you would basically have to keep your counters inside for much of the year and consequently most dairy products including butter had to be imported. I am just going to make a little side note that every time we say. Newfoundland on the PODCAST. We get a different video with different correct pronunciation. So I'm just put out there. If you were about to type an email just save your time right. So Newfoundland welcomed margarine and since it was so much easier to make margarine there than to raise cows developed. Its own margarine. Industry Margarine was also an important part of the diets of many newfoundlanders and thanks to its calorie and fat. Content enriched margarine even became part of a specific government effort to combat malnutrition people from Canada. Who Wanted Margarine? During this whole Canadian prohibition would smuggle it in either from Newfoundland or from the United States. All that together means that during the union between Newfoundland and Canada in Nineteen forty-nine Margarine became a problem Canada's laws did not allow a product to be legal in one province and illegal in others. So even if Newfoundland had just started importing butter from the other provinces. It would be way more expensive than margarine plus nobody really wanted to destroy Newfoundland's existing merger and industry so the nineteen forty nine British north. America Act spelled out that Newfoundland could keep making margarine like this is this is really basically the act of union between these nations to become one nation had part about about margarine eventually. The Supreme Court of Canada ruled that Martin was no longer an injurious product and left regulation up to the provinces which individually repealed their margin bands and more gradually repealed laws that specified that the margarine had to be a specific color. The last of those was actually reveal repealed in Quebec in two thousand eight very recently. We're going to talk more about colors of margarine a little later. Pink and purple. No but it is all the colors That might make it more appealing to some people. The United States did not have a flat out. Nationwide Margarine prohibition but it did have an ongoing feud between the butter and margarine industries and that feud went on for almost a century. The first margarine factory in the United States was opened by the US dairy company in Eighteen. Seventy four that was the year after about measurement as a US patent and within ten years. There were almost forty different. American companies making margarine. The dairy industry unsurprisingly was not happy about this at all. The dairy industry was afraid. That number one people were going to switch to margarine across the board and number two that poor. People's switching to margarine would put the smaller butter makers that made like a lower grade less expensive butter out of business number. Three in the dairy industries list of fears was people. Were going to fraudulently sell margarine labeled as butter as had been a concern in Europe. Correct and that fear was absolutely justified. Manufacturers were making and selling merger in in large quantities which unscrupulous people were divvying up and repackaging and selling as butter just one of many many examples which was described in eighteen. Seventy seven New York Times article quote. Christopher Strauss grocer of number sixteen second avenue was arraigned before Justice Murray in the fifty Seventh Street Police Court yesterday charged with selling Oleo Margarine representing it to be pure butter essay. Churchill a former manufacturer of the artificial article and who is now employed as a detective by the butter and cheese exchange appeared as complainant. I just want to highlight the fact that there was a better tease exchange. That had a detective. I feel like there is a wonderful historical fiction novel to be had there yet so. This threat of fraud also applied to American exports of butter which was cause for concern in the butter industry to American butter. Exports and quote spurious compounds resembling butter were discussed in the British House of Commons. On April first of eighteen eighty one one inspector was cited as saying forty out of every one hundred casks of butter. He inspected did not contain butter. The Superintendent of Manchester and Salford markets was quoted as saying quote. I seized thirteen tubs of butter at a wholesaler. Confectioners BAKERY. It was the most filthy stuff imaginable stunk fearfully and was of many colors. It's likely that a lot of these claims of quote spurious compounds were inflated or really were butter that had just gone rancid in transit even so butter fraud really was very real problem however a lot of industries other complaints about margarine and claims that they made to try to discourage people from eating margarine. Were to be very candid. Extremely hypocritical margin. Margarine was decried as inferior made of poor quality ingredients and likely to be contaminated since some of margarines ingredients were byproducts of animal slaughter. The butter industry claimed it was made of things that were really garbage and not meant for human consumption margin was kind of described the way we would describe hotdogs to being like made of scrapings. There were comparisons to margarine being no better than melting the burned-out Stub of Your Candle. And then eating that. Meanwhile Margarine Manufacturers were inviting inspectors and legislators and consumers to just come tour their factories anytime unannounced to see that they were indeed clean and their ingredients were wholesome however at this time the butter industry was just on the cusp of becoming more standardized for its whole history. Butter mostly come not from dedicated dairy farms but from small farms with one or two cows whose milk was made into butter seasonally. There was really no consistency in how good this butter was or how high its quality was it kind of depended entirely on how healthy the cow was and how well it was cared for as well as on the skill attention to cleanliness and promptness of the person. Making it in other words sure. A Dirty Factory could crank out adulterated margarine but dirty farm kitchen could crank out adulterated butter just as easily. The dairy industry also put out a massive campaign portraying margarine as an inferior artificial product made in a factory. The fact that it was from a factory man made and made it somehow automatically bad in this came up again and again in eighteen. Seventy seven Minnesota Governor Lucius Hubbard spelled out this way quote. The public has been victim of various impositions practised in different departments of its industry. But I think it will be admitted that the ingenuity of depraved human genius has culminated in the production of Oleo Margarine and its kindred abominations but at the same time. The Centrifugal Cream separator was introduced in eighteen. Seventy eight just four years. After the first merger in factory was open and this was a device that could automatically remove the cream from milk and from there it could be made into butter. The Centrifugal Cream separator was really only cost effective in an industrial setting using large batches of milk so just as the margarine industry was really becoming established in the United States. The dairy industry was also on this anti factory campaign while simultaneously moving from small batch farm butter too large batch creamery butter which was made in a factory. Factories were evil. Let's build some in the last big hypocrisy in the dairy industries campaign against margarine was coloring margarine made from nineteen th century methods was white and it looked kind of like lard most manufacturers colored at yellow both to look more appetizing into more resemble butter since margarine was basically being touted as a butter substitute. The dairy industry on the other hand insisted that that the margarine industry's practice of coloring. The product yellow was bad both deceptive and unwholesome so the dairy industry lobbied for laws against Yellow Margarine. But there's the thing when cows eat grass butter that's made from the milk. They produce tends to be very yellow because of all the carotene in what the cows were eating but if the cows are fed corn or other feed. That doesn't have that much care team. The butter made from their milk is much much paler so the dairy industry was already coloring butter yellow when it demanded that the margarine industry stopped doing that and their argument was at. The dairy industry's own use of yellow coloring. Was simply a minor tweak well. The margarine industry is used to the same color wasn't outright deception. Oh these efforts on the part of the dairy industry leads you a ton of laws and just ridiculous number of Supreme Court cases which.

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"butters" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

MyTalk 107.1

05:00 min | 2 years ago

"butters" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

"Was just like this but Alexis is trying to do the traffic via those sounds like she's talking or going a little Nutter Butters like she's hearing voices in her head because she likes okay is it hold on to me saying it's okay here on the although he's not going to disappear on the cross county state you know it's one hundred he's not even talking about it was or even before we figure that out I was reacting to things he was saying at that must've sounded really crazy yeah so did you guys could he was rapping on stuff you guys were saying I'll crack it up knows great radio police to get out every day thank you to hear that in our runner podcast yep I tease this right before winter break can you got excited I gave don my cherries yeah I did waiting all morning for this a gave the gave don matures so I visited don's island last night for the first time ever in that ridiculous game animal crossing which is getting me through the apocalypse yeah it's a world building game on Nintendo switch like the Sims my talkers and I love the emails were getting from women in their forties fifties and sixties that are buying this and finding solace in a little bit of nonsense enjoyed from this this game anyway see you building you build an island my talkers you know you plant fruit you build fences you catch bugs you sell it to a crooked raccoon Tom no cruise a crock and he buys it and then you then you boil houses and you have an exuberant mortgage take my mortgage right now is to just under two bills two hundred thousand dollars yeah Kenny it was three hundred and sixty eight thousand but I paid off a good chunk of that anyway so you can visit this is no joke you can visit other people's islands if you're connected on the internet so don is connected I am connected on the internet so dont text me last night she goes are you ready to give me the cherries and I said yes so she gives me a cold this is how go skinny so you get a cold my talkers did you go to the airport on your island and then you the dodo bird attendant says where do you want to go to you want to visit a friend and I go yes I want to visit a friend and then you give the dodo bird the code of your friend everybody has a cold Alexia okay so I gave them dons code and they said they are now accepting visitors to Zarco that's the name of Johns island Ozark Ozark so I get in the plane this okay now don are you gonna post I am I'm I'm editing it right now because he took a five minute video of you on my island so my talkers Alexis Katie soon you will be able to see the historic visit of adjacent to dawn's island so the visual I'm gonna try to describe this because it was just got to be compatible to Nixon going to China in the so I was just going to say anything Katie and I'm not kidding or Reagan deserves telling Gorbachev to tear down the wall so so the visual I got to just tell you please hang with me my talkers so they do a little mind they do this little montage guys where you you're flying above Johns island and the intercom is like okay the current temperature in Zarco is seventy two degrees and you can peruse dons island from above girl Johns island is jacked I mean it's like Johns island really does look like Neverland ranch we're good at lex were flying above it and Colin and I are dying laughing there's a wall of rock climbing wall there's the tea Cup ride she has a hot tub she and we're flying to the bear a giant bear pin ball machine and swimming pool or flying above it Michael all my goodness it looks like Richie rich you know like when kids get rich and they just by all this so we land on the island and don greets me wearing a French maid's outfit she started why don't we just made up and he goes oh well never mind it's gonna make a doll what is she going to wear other switch no comments watching I said that you're both your characters in a plane to get wax you know the second that happens MC and Colin are going to go off to their own island somewhere yes what's coming yeah so you land we land on our island don greets me with a a party favor and I'm not talking ecstasy she has like a.

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"butters" Discussed on Stuff You Missed in History Class

Stuff You Missed in History Class

05:11 min | 2 years ago

"butters" Discussed on Stuff You Missed in History Class

"Be like not this time. I gotta go with the old standard of sugar in them because they are very delicious and they're kind of There's a lot of nostalgia that's part of it. One Acre of peanuts translates to roughly thirty thousand peanut butter sandwiches. About eighty percent of today's peanut. Butter is our hydrogenated and to be labeled as natural peanut butter the product can contain natural. Sweeteners them salt but no stabilisers. So that's why natural peanut butters often have to be Stirred although now now there are a lot. I haven't looked into the science of this. Have you seen these where it's like? It's one hundred percent natural peanut butter that you do not have to stir the label will stay like no stirring needed. I've seen that but I have not bought them. Because I'd I have this weird or stirring during the peanut butter because of my Weirdo Organic Childhood in two thousand Thirteen Delta Airlines distributed sixty nine point six million packs peanuts on its flights related to that. And so what? I'm GONNA say next. I was on a flight very recently where there were no peanuts served because there was someone on the flight who had a severe peanut allergy and it turned out. That was my seatmate. Oh my goodness as many as six out of a thousand people in the United States have peanut allergies which is really sad because in addition to the fact that means you can't eat this pretty cheap and tasty staple like often peanut allergy's deadly which is why they were not served on the airplane because there was one person with a severe allergy. Em It's one of those things. I'm sure anybody WHO's listening. That's dealt with peanut allergy and even people that have probably no peanuts and peanut powder show up in some unusual places. It's kind of like gluten where you don't it's not always in the places you automatically think it would be. It's very restrictive. It makes me sad because I love peanut butter so much. I wish everybody could show down on it. Yeah and I know that there are people who are really against the idea of banning peanuts for place because of allergies but seriously airplane. Like what are you? GonNa do if you have a medical emergency in the when you're trapped in a steel tube early in space peanuts actually contribute more than four billion dollars to the US economy every single year and Americans spend almost eight hundred million dollars a year on peanut butter. The average American eats about six pounds. That's roughly two point seven kilograms of peanuts and peanut butter products each year. I'm really quite confident in all seriousness. That you could triple that number for me. We'll just leave that there. Well in my Weirdo organic childhood. One of the things that we would have for a snack would be Some some peanut butter from the top of that had to be stirred together with a spatula And honey smashed together in a who young with this thing. I still do that sometimes yum. I usually my breakfast. Lately has been peanut butter on a fruit. The peanut butter on apple over peanut butter and banana good stuff. I'm a fan of peanut butter. Thank you so much for joining us today for this Saturday classic. If you have heard any kind of email address or maybe a facebook you are L. During the course of the episode that might be obsolete it might be doubly obsolete because we have changed our email address again. You can now reach us at history podcasts. At iheartradio DOT COM and we're all over social media atmosphere in history. And you can subscribe to our show on Apple podcast. Google podcasts the iheartradio APP and wherever else? He was in the podcasts stuff. You missed in history. Classes a production of iheartradio for more podcasts. From IHEART radio visit the iheartradio APP apple podcasts. Or wherever you listen to your favorite shows Randburg and you're listening to my voice which commands trust and respect. Guess what my podcasts is back and that's a win for everyone. If you're a long-time listener to the show. You probably already know the deal. Each week I bring you hard hitting journalism and also Light Entertainment. I contain multitudes. Find the Ron Burgundy podcast on the iheartradio APP apple podcasts. Or wherever you get your podcasts Vincent van one of the greatest painters and most tortured souls of all time was Harry. Houdini predestined to become the great escape artists based on his family's great escape. I'm Dr Gail Saltz and on my new podcast personality. I'll be joined by amazing experts to delve into the minds of famous historical figures. If you want to know what really made exceptional people tick? Then take a listen to personality. Find Personality on March ninth on the iheartradio APP on Apple podcasts. Or wherever you get your podcasts..

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"butters" Discussed on KNST AM 790

KNST AM 790

01:41 min | 2 years ago

"butters" Discussed on KNST AM 790

"Get in vegetables we guarantee on tangy tangerine and spinning them in a vortex of water you get a actually electrify the water and you get energy from the liquid that's above and beyond the caloric content it's a great way to get energy it's a great way to be satisfied if you're if you're not allowed to eat or you don't want you if you want to lose weight blow beyond tangy tangerine and then maybe a stock stalk of celery and blended up and water is my favorite way to fill up in the middle of the day you know what I love is a snack crunchy peanut butter he got out of the jar not as good as almond butter George Allman brothers good cash and there's no there's all kind of not Butters now he's on the butter in cash catching up but our OB peanut butter is not really a not that was the problem with peanuts the bean and a lot of people reacted beans beans are resources something called lectins which probably heard about awful finance that we talked a little grandson's allergic to lot of people are sick it's one of the attack in may be the most common allergy children peanut allergy and can be fatal to its not nineteen P. messing around yeah he sees Smarties the twelve years old but he knows what he's doing let's go to Randy in Whittier California west of the Rockies Randy thanks for holding Hey Randy they've done on George are you guys doing wonderful thank you anyway there are two questions one about my eyesight and one about muscle cramps hold on what's the item I think we're losing after we might lose go ahead you Sir what is Randy yeah can you hear me OK there would be I think Randy can we talk about the muscle cramps first sure absolutely okay yeah what tell yeah I do I do a lot of mountain biking.

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"butters" Discussed on Migratory Patterns

Migratory Patterns

11:18 min | 2 years ago

"butters" Discussed on Migratory Patterns

"Gross. You're gross. You're disgusting person. We we get that. So the process of starting a business as a foreigner in China this I imagine can't be easy nat can you. So I've started a business this but I my business. I just you know went online and registered a company in Delaware and all of a sudden I can sell ad time on podcast. It's easy right but you had to navigate this incredibly difficult regulatory environment all while being someone who isn't Chinese so can you talk a little bit about with that was like especially in the beginning like when you when you're working on it you know when you're doing your mad scientist thing in the kitchen with your partner and you're like Oh. This is a nut butter and people might like this. How do you go from there? Like what is the actual practical process going from there to this is now something we're GonNa do and make a living at and how do you do it legally. Yeah Oh man well I mean and so. This isn't super exciting. But so we yeah we did start it and if you make something in your kitchen and you sell it you can sell it out like small flea markets Beijing love small awfully markets. That kind of thing. I mean that's not totally legal so we started doing that and people started really liking it and buying more and more event. And we're like like okay. I think we can make this a real thing but in order to do so we need to be legal. What kind of company do we want to be there? Different types of companies and we decided. We didn't want to find find a Chinese partner because we wanted to own it just ourselves because we started. It was our child together so we wanted it to be owned by us. You can have a foreign company so what we did we. We had to register a parent company in Hong Kong We ended up setting up a factory in Citron so then we registered our foreign company in Sichuan Sean but to give yourselves visas. You know if you want to get a visa to live in Beijing you have to have a branch of your company in Beijing. So then we had to register that it's about finding office dismays and working with so different agents and paying all these different fees and and they're asking you all these questions like what kind of food manufacturer do you WanNa be in your doc. I WANNA be the food manufacturer. Kind of food MANUFA. I don't know it's like all these things that you have to figure out as you go along the way and you can ask so many different people who've done it before but everyone has a different piece of advice but the Nice thing about Abou- Beijing is that the at least two F. B. Community is really solid here and most most people are very willing to help each other out so I mean. I don't think we could have done it without asking begging for help from so many people who are willing to give us advice on this and then we finally figured it out and we got all of our certifications and licenses and all that stuff so that took a long time and it was expensive but we managed to do it. Did you feel like you were. Did you feel like they were artificial. Roadblocks put up in front of you. Because you're foreigners not artificial roadblocks. I mean it did take a a little more time and it took a little bit more money because we are foreigners. Systems just aren't designed to accommodate you so you have to figure out. Yeah yeah and it's also just a matter of fact active like eventually you know we want foreign investment or we think we can get foreign investment so we have to have a company outside of China just for ease of that matter. It's it's like a lot of different details at just made it more sense for us to open it as foreigners but yet it's a bit more convoluted whereas if you're a Chinese Person Jason Opening a company here I imagine it's the same as you from the US just online opening accompanying in Delaware. You know it's just a lot easier a lot more straightforward. He's just opened a company in Delaware. I shut out. Then we wouldn't have been able to issue ourselves visas here and there's more taxes you want to be legal stuff. Yeah Yeah so what does the future look like for you. I mean you've got this business. Lords know what'll happen. But do you see yourself sticking with us for a while with the company or with this city. Yes okay yeah I mean I kind of had a time line in my mind. That would do Beijing for ten years ears and then go elsewhere. And I'm on my someone someone who's done eleven. Let me just say he never set out thinking. Well it's because I started out thinking one year. Yeah and then I was like I'll do to and after two five seems like a good number and after five ten is a number just shoot for Zodiac Psyche S. twelve gadget. The whole thing could could do. I go to the whole cycle so I kind of begged my wife. Can we stay one more year just so I can get the full Zodiac sign. She won't she's not that's that's pretty. Let my needs about my needs. I need to see what is it next year anyway. What animal I don't even know you'll never know you won't be this year but yes so now that I have this company? I'm dedicated to make this company work. I think we want to get to the point where obviously obviously we're going to sell it for tens of millions of dollars easy some global conglomerate that specializes in of course of course and then until that happens ends. I'll stay in Beijing early so I'll stay in China. I could move to another city but for now I still love Beijing but it's indefinite. I have no idea how long I'm going to stay here. I have no idea how how much longer we're going to be having this company. It's been three years so it hasn't been that long So I haven't really put a time line on anything just floating. Well that's interesting so you shifted now from someone who's thinking. I'll stay a little longer a little bit longer to now. It's not about the staying here. It's about the business. Yeah Yeah exactly because it is it is my baby so I have to help me. Baby grow big and strong and then sell my baby for tens of millions of dollars as one so you mentioned that the F. B. Community the Has Been Very very helpful. It's very tight community. I'm lucky enough that I've been here long enough. And I know a lot of guys in the community more in the restaurant scene than the actual actual food making scene. Yeah he talked about the difference in the communities between say the English teachers and the people do find that the English teachers are a little more fly-by-night loosey-goosey and people are a little more serious or just reading that I would say they're bowl fly by night loosey-goosey but because they both have weird schedules right like English. Teachers have don't have off on the weekends. Evan be people also have to work on the weekends. Typically but it's kind of like Depending on where you add in the stage of F. B. in your business like you mostly work all the time because especially if you own a company or you you own a restaurant like you have to be working constantly so but you're scheduled also more flexible like for me. I'm here doing podcast today. And then I'll go to take a meeting afterwards so I can kind of make my schedule how I want it to be. I mean you literally reading messages on your phone and struggling things in your book up until I prepped. Her 'cause because I like to I have to schedule my life down to the minute. 'cause I've so many different things going on and I just have to do that and I think people have to that but there are also because they do have more freedom am I think some of them are a bit wild too. But it's fine. I think Evan be is like Super Fun. And they're tight community as well. So maybe you'll go to you have so many friends that own restaurants you go there and they hook you up with drinks and food and you go to hang out and it's just it's just. It's a lot more fun I would say one of the other shows is on our network called Papa broad they talk. It's basically all about community this season and I'm getting more and more interested as I listen and I'm like you're the you're one of the few people I've I've spoken to. Who has kind of I don't want to say identified? But you've mentioned a couple of times about the community that you are involved in in both phases of your life and I'm hearing a lot of residents in that how important it is to survive here like you know when you move overseas especially when you're obviously when you're coming from a a place that is nothing like where you where you've moved to your very disoriented and you've got to find an anchorage support system in. And where do you find in community. Yeah and how important Morton is that to you to feel like this home you talked about. I feel like Beijing his home. I'm going home. How how much of that feeling comes from the fact that you've made these connections through community? Yeah it's it's like a super big part because I mean I I would have never come to China by myself in the first place and I totally respect people who do because it's a foreign country a foreign language I would have just cried and gone home but coming here with three of my friends. One who was a really good friend who is still here. That was important. We're into me and then growing that community within the English teachers. That was really important that that held me here for longer. And I think the reason why been here for so long is because of the deep connections connections and friendships. I've made and having like settled myself into a community and being a part of a community so it makes me feel like I'm more at home because I don't really have that community back in the the US. Like I don't. I don't work back there so I don't have colleagues. I have a couple of friends but mostly I don't have set community there So all my community. The feeling is is here in in Beijing so I think that's yet definitely why I've stayed here for so long. I can't can you imagine going back like having to go back in reestablish yourself you know what I would do I'd have to curse a lot less I every time I go back all my friends. I was always the loud kind of weird one but every time I go back to like meredith you need to chill stop saying the F word. My Grandma's here and I'm like fuck your grandma now but yeah they're like you need to curse last maybe bring the volume down a little bit. And you can't 'cause here I mean people say do whatever they want and feel free to be weird but I can't imagine being any less weird when I go back visit my hometown. My something happens in my jaw and my my accent gets even thicker than because when you're in China you just I have to slow down and enunciates naturally flattens out whatever you got. Yeah but when I go back to Boston or even the US something happens. When I get off that plane and my wife will be like good Lord? What is this about Clam Chowder Act? And then that's pretty good and then on top at that. I don't know if you've ever seen good will hunting or the department or anything like that. They swear a lot in law f-bomb okay and so it's kind of the exact exact opposite ten sway less when I'm here but when I go home just f bombs everywhere okay so if due to the US. I have to move to Boston. You'll fit right okay. 'cause there's no other choice because I have terrible terrible potty mouth. I don't know where I got it from but yeah it's bad. Well I know you scheduled down to the minute and this. This has been super exciting so queen and owner of naked. Not Butter Merit aside. Thank you very much for coming on my hands. Appreciate you sharing his story. Thank you.

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"butters" Discussed on Migratory Patterns

Migratory Patterns

07:16 min | 2 years ago

"butters" Discussed on Migratory Patterns

"Media dot net for wherever you find your podcasts. And we're back and we were talking about this idea Of you going back to your home or your or place of origin and people's experience diverging one of the things that comes up is how living overseas. He's kind of freeze you of expectations or more. Like when you're in your home country or your home your place of origin you have these kind of guideposts along the road of life you know people tell you can do whatever you want but people around you start getting married and they start having kids. They buy the house they get a job in a different kind of job. They you know. There's there's kind of a accepted or generally understood way that you live your life and it is represented through all these kind of unconscious just little signposts throughout culture in your neighborhood or whatever when you come over here. There's nothing yeah years. No one telling you what to do. There's no pressure to do anything because everyone's doing thing. Whatever and there is no coherent culture that gives you signals so you have to find your own way can be disorienting and even when it isn't Dr Disorienting it serves to confuse the people who are back home because like why. Aren't you doing all this stuff that we're doing. Yeah Yeah it's like you're being raised against the US. Yeah they say oh you can do whatever you want to do and be whatever you want to be but there is this template kind of that you have to follow and get a job probably get married judge. You know maybe have a couple of kids and then when you go off that template like when you become an ex pat I mean yeah it's just like they have no idea like they can't conceptualize what that's like. So they they're like are you going to get married or are you going to own a home and I'm also like I also don't know I'm just out here floating in Beijing. There's weird outerspace place so but I enjoy the freedom and I enjoy like not being I think a lot of people do have some certainty about their future. But I I enjoy not really having that certainty or not feeling like my future is nailed down and I have to go on this one direction. Like I'm just GonNa see where it goes. Well you you mentioned one child that you have. Which is your Donald? But you kind of lied you actually have two children now. The other child is your business so why. Why don't you tell me what your business is? And why you didn't think of it as your child. Is that a failure on your part or did you just forget a bad mom. But thank you for brain up and I'll give you a hundred qui- after the podcasts. Yes so that's my other baby is my company I started with my partner Canal business partner. Katie in two thousand sixteen. So we've been doing it for just about three years and you're both from overseas both a foreigners here in China. Yes we are so sean girls started business. It's like and people relates to like two broke girls by think the only similarity is that we are both broke and we're girls it and that's it really ought to growth now. Yeah we're poor for sure but that's it yeah Katie's from the UK and we met actually for the first time when we moved together with a mutual friend three years ago. And then yeah. It's kind of this whole story about how I was this Weirdo that she had just met who liked to lay in bed head naked eating butter jar and she was like this is very strange Also it's an expensive habit was try making some better at at home and then we did that and then it kind of blew up now. We have this whole company which is my second child. Actually my first child my child is my second child. Naked Nut butters. How many varieties of nut butter deeming? Well when we first started I think we got up to eight because we were blending on our balcony but now that we have our own factory we have two kinds so we have cashew butter and peanut. Butter will have almond butter soon and then hopefully will expand expand to all the nuts that you could possibly fit in your mouth. Well this is not an infomercial so I don't want to dive to deepen the I. Hi today for our in May but the reason I was recently asked about this is because I want to understand what changed you from the girl who the weird girl who is like. I WANNA hang out in Beijing more. I really love this life free whale and teaching English doing the whole whatever to. Let's start a business. How does that happen in your brain? Yeah so so. I taught English for a few years but then I worked as a project manager and online education company so that was my segue out of teaching English because I realized Oh. I don't want to be a teacher but I think it's an easy as you transition to move to an education companies. I worked as a project manager and I also didn't like that like I- education was never my passion. I and I know it's super important but I would hear my manager get really excited about this new curriculum and I was just like. Oh is that exciting. I feel like it's not very exciting but okay I mean it was a stable paycheck and that was great and so I always thought that I was the type of person you know. They say there are two types of people people who live to work and people who work to live and I was like okay I just worked to live like I'll do my nine to five so I can have a stable salary and and you know travel and do other things I enjoy and it wasn't until you know. We kind of started the company that I was like. Oh my God I actually do have a passion for something something and it is peanut butter as weird as that sounds but I am very passionate about peanut butter and and it was a lot of fun building the company I mean. It's so so hard it stars INC member done my life but it's also been the most fun so I think that was my transition of realizing that I did have a passion for something and I could turn that into my work. How does a passion for peanut butter manifest itself in one's life? Is it the act of sitting naked and eating butters to someone. Just say hey you you know not a lot of people do that. You must really like that you like I guess I do. Yeah what okay. I heard some interesting ransacked that I could also just be making up right now but it's like this Japanese. Is this idea that your blood type kind of dictates. What food you have a light like you prefer? Sounds is like sci. Yeah it's debt. It's coming from almost Dr Meredith. I can tell you that this is science and I'm about to lay some science on you so like for example. One bullet tight. Maybe maybe you prefer vegetables and another type of fruit another like meets. I think there's like a peanut butter blood type. I don't even know what blood type Abiam which is bad to save as my mom and she also doesn't know but I think my blood type is peanut butter so like I've always loved peanut butter. I could eat a whole jar of it. You know no problem. I'm obsessed with like finding different kinds of nut. Butter like all different kinds of nuts. Just I don't know there's something about it that I can't stop myself from eating it and some people lay in bed and they watch TV and they eat a tub of ice cream. I'll just lay in bed and eat a tough nut butter because I'm just.

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"butters" Discussed on Migratory Patterns

Migratory Patterns

14:08 min | 2 years ago

"butters" Discussed on Migratory Patterns

"Your host host. Mike Shaw Nut. butters were never supposed to be a part of Maratha sides life but then again neither was living abroad not wanting to choose the path that most of the people in small town followed moving from high school in trades farming or beauty school. She moved to Philadelphia for college. Did this semester bought in Europe and then on a whim decided to spend a gap appier before going to medical school teaching English and China. Five years later she still doesn't know what our own blood type is. But she knows where passion is and it's nut butters she's the CO founder of naked nut butters a purveyor of all natural nut butters in China and far from having any desire to go back home. She's discovered that she enjoys the uncertainty of the ex pat life. She doesn't WanNa feel nail nailed down by the expectations of home culture and with her business taking off she's fully invested in life overseas and nut butters. I'm always impressed by expert. Entrepreneurs there's such a source for bunch starting businesses at challenge manner where you are but doing it in a foreign country adds a level of difficulty that is hard for folks of never traveled abroad to imagine and Meredith is a cut above all the great startup owners that I've met so far. I'm excited introducer to you. So please sit back. Relax enjoy my conversation with meredith sides. merit asides welcome to migratory patterns. Thank you for having me. Where is home well well? That's a deep question. Shave that as if you didn't know it was coming. I had no idea even get here. Okay where is home home. I thought about that and I would say since for most of my adult life I've lived in Beijing and Beijing a place where I if I leave and travel elsewhere. I fly back into a place where I feel most at home and relieved to be here so I'd say Beijing home. You are the first person that had like like that. Many like you've really dug into the issue and thought about it logistically really. Oh no I'm telling you everyone is different and I I love this very I I love it I love the Mariah. You did in relation to be prepared. We're all very proud of you. Yeah that's really cool. I kind of feel the same way like Beijing where I fly in and out of but living overseas makes me feel more like I am of the place. I'm from even though I don't think I could live there. Yeah that's a good point as a good point because I do every time I go home like to the states where I'm originally only from that. Unlike yeah okay I know I am one of you and you are my people and this is where I have been for twenty something years of my life but I I feel the most relief like I said like flying back into Beijing because I have my dog here. I have my good friends here. I have my work here so I think yeah this is my home. I remember the first time I had that feeling. I I think it was usually the first or second time I went back to the states. I can't remember which one but I remember distinctly thinking i WanNa go home mhm and I was actually in Boston. Yeah I was thinking i WanNa go home fully crap that come from yeah yeah. It's it's weird. So where are you from originally like how. How did how did Meredith Sides Gift from wherever the hell she came from to Beijing? Okay so I was originally born in Florida but I'm not one of those weird. You're not wired to people in Florida woman now now now only there for a couple of years and then so I'm from Maryland which is on the East Coast and people. We'll think of Maryland as like okay. So let's Baltimore Annapolis. I'm not from there. I'm from the farming rural community. Westwood Junior Pot of Maryland. Alan Kinda like there's nothing to do arm from the closest movie theater is like an hour drive so the only thing there is to do is to like dude drugs get pregnant. I didn't do either the sayings but that is where I'm from and where you know I mean I guess yeah it's Red Right. I was too cool to get pregnant in high school. You were cool enough. I I wasn't nobody wanted. So yeah my my. My high school was right next to a cow farm so on hot summer days. I don't either as a see in high school. They would open the windows and then it would just smelled like cow so that would that's a distinct memory so raised in Maryland but that I went to university so a lot of people from high school they don't go to university. They go onto farm or like beauty school something like that so I really wanted to get away from all that so I went to university in Philly and then I found love with living in a city and then one of my good friends. I met my freshman year. He he would we're graduating. He said he was coming to China to teach English for a year and I was like that sounds cool. I'm GONNA come with you because I was going to go on to medical school so I was like all take a gap year. Teach English Comeback Do med school and so yeah so he came here in two thousand eleven and I have not gone to medical school so you don't you don't strike me as the doctor. I am not a doctor. Almost Dr Meredith. They call me. That's almost activated. So yes yeah so. I just fell in love with Beijing. You've been here for so long. It's like a black hole. It just sucks you this as yeah. It's it's it's if it was a drug it would be like heroin. Yes and I don't know what heroin is like. But if heroin was the city it would be Beijing. I agree with that. So this idea go from university over to China you said this is. He's just a friend who is going you like. I'll try that. Yeah and they came to Beijing. Yeah because they say they studied Chinese in university. I did not do and do anything to do with Chinese. I like eighteen due to China. I studied French. I stayed abroad in Italy but he was like. I'm coming here and I was like Kay cool. Never even thought about it. I will also do that. And so yeah actually it was him and then two other friends came over and he taught English year. I taught English. Actually I think for may be four years three or four years. That's an interesting subculture in Beijing. It is an is an interesting. It's like you people consider English teachers like the Lowest Tier of ex PAT. I think which is where because so many people come over here teaching English and it's such a strange great lifestyle because you have weird hours like you have Monday and Tuesday off and then the rest of the week you work from like two to nine or something like that and then you work on the weekends but you make such good friends with other English teachers and it's great because you have Monday Tuesday off which means nobody else is out. So you're like oh great. We have this bar to ourselves. This is fantastic. It's it's a weird thing in the nightlife areas like insanely turn in Beijing. These bar streets. They will actually actually have activity on Monday and Tuesdays. It's all the English teachers. Yeah Yeah it's just it's like so many of us have come from being English teachers and then and other people are just like us looking down English teachers but you know. That's that's what you were. I will say as someone who is married to an international national schoolteacher. Yeah you will find people who will say. I have heard them say on your teacher your teacher though. Yeah analog analog which which which kind of raises my by back a little bit. Because that's how my wife got started. Now she's got started kindergarten teacher but it was. It was the same kind of road. Yeah Yeah where you come in. And there's all these schools looking for teachers. Yeah either. You're an English teacher or you. They throw you into kindergarten or whatever and that's how she get started everyone. I started out with a lot of people get started that way. It's just like I mean that's fine if that's what you were that's great and a lot of and then people. I think they kind of make the decision. I think there's the three paths from the beginning of an English teacher. You either continue onto English for the rest of your life and maybe I've met a couple of really weird old English teachers who don't have any type of teaching certification. They their quality or their qualification is that they can speak English or or the second path is people like okay actually like teaching. I WanNa get teaching certification and then they become quote unquote real teachers or the third path. Breath is there like Oh. I don't like teaching all I want to try and find something else to do. And then they they move into another career. Yeah this was always the pathway. I would suggest to people people. Yeah I I got here I or after my first few years I would say because I knew a lot of people who started his English teachers and then they find work like one of the things I tell people when they asked me I oh I see how can I move overseas. How do I find a job? And it's like well you never going to find a job to get here. Yeah so bite. The bullet teach English for a year like commit to that. Come come over. Whatever country China we know but whatever country can do this just teach English for a year while you're on the ground you'll meet people you'll make connections you'll be party foreigners scene then you can plug in and you will find work in whatever field unless you're already established in a professional interprofession and you somehow get transferred over your company? Benny or you find something in that industry. Really if you just WANNA move overseas. That's kind of a really safe and easy way to do it. Yeah Yeah exactly. So you came over your the small. Tom Girl who learned to love living in the big city. Then you get him over to leave a bigger city. So what was the key. Do you remember the time when you thought man. I just can't go back. I WANNA stay today. I think I can't remember a specific time but now more and more every time I go back because I go back once a year maybe once every the two years so every time I go back it's more and more like oh I don't think I ever live here like in the US because Mei Jing allows you to would be your inner weirdest self. And I'm a super weird person and so coming to Beijing was just like wow. I am extremely weird. I JUST WANNA say I'm so glad. Glad podcasting is an audio only medium weirdness. It's rating I now. I know you should see what I'm wearing. It's just this whole weird thing. So yes I. Every time I go back people in the beginning there were like okay when you coming home and I was like. Oh you know I think I'll give it one more year and see and then more and more when I go back less and less people people are asking me that because they're realizing okay she's probably going to never come home and then once in a while sober friend. That's like holding out hope that I'm still gonNA come back and I'm like hey I I have a dog here all my good friends here. I own a company here like I don't think I can go back. Yeah so how is that made you feel about those relationships versus relationships here. You still have close friends. You're in touch with back in the. US Yeah I have a couple of close friends Maybe one or two from high the school and then a couple of from college and friendships that like we don't talk often i. We don't talk regularly but every time I go back I will see them and it's just like old times it's so easy. Feel like everyone's got a couple of those but it's it's it's one of the kind of truisms of living overseas is that you have this. You know you're going to have a whole bunch of friends and the illusion that social media gives you these days you'll get oh I'm GonNa go and I can just pull out my phone and be in touch with them all right away and they'll we'll see what I'm doing and I'm posting but very soon your experience starts to diverge from what life is like came and there's a lack of relation that can and keep up. I actually had a friend. Tell me he specifically he didn't want did not want to hear about what I was doing. Oh why I don't know He. He thought it was making it up more Mar.. He thought I was embellishing. Like I remember I sent. I had this weird date that I went on and I would just sending an email to my buddies and like just a small malleable email group and just Tanna tell them this crazy story and like all very surreal. Like what the hell am I doing here. I think it was still in my first year second year and he replied back he was just like you know. I don't want to hear this I yeah I think it was strange. Well I think it's just a some people can't relate and they're like what is this. What are you talking about like that sounds crazy? Or how does that relate to me and I don't understand like I can almost understand visual visceral kind of this is outside my experience experience. I don't get this. This isn't the Guy I knew. Yeah and this isn't familiar and I just don't want to hear this. He might have been drunk. I don't know but that was that's A. That's a friend that I don't have anymore you know and I feel like that's an extreme example. But that happens. Yeah I think I also I mean I can see how different my life is for my friends back home because the the only reason I've been going home once a year for the past four years is because I've had a good friend get married and every time I go home it's like more and more my friends are married like now they're having babies.

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"butters" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

WIBC 93.1FM

02:03 min | 3 years ago

"butters" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

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"butters" Discussed on Working Interferences Dental Podcast for Dentists

Working Interferences Dental Podcast for Dentists

03:59 min | 3 years ago

"butters" Discussed on Working Interferences Dental Podcast for Dentists

"What is up? Welcome to the work interferences podcast. It didn't advice. Joe Josh Boston. And I'm Lance Timmerman plants, you know, like week seventeen of the NFL season when the playoffs already clinched. Yeah. And the teams sort of go into a I dunno phone. Yeah. Fo prevent mode serve that. They're not going to open up their playbook and really show the goods that they're going to break out during the playoffs. They wanna tip anybody off. Okay. That's kind of where I feel. We're at today. What do you feel? Yeah. I could see that. I I. Yeah. We're a few short days away from voices of dentistry. Yeah. We've got our questions. Locked in. All great. Yes. So it's complicated. For me. As it always is. When isn't. Yeah. It's my life. This week is also the Seattle study club symposium. Then let's be real honest. Michael Cohen and the Seattle say club like butters might bread. Like, that's the group of people that I lecture for mutters your bread down. Yes. Didn't really want. I mean that in a very nutritious way. They they're the ones that like literally put food on my table, balanced diet. Yes. Okay. Like, you know, the vast majority of my speaking gigs are are from those groups. So I have to be it's imposes where everything happens. He said this week is symposium. And it seems like every other year VOD overlaps with either Yankee on Seattle, steady clubs symposium. And so this year, it's the say symposium. So I'm heading to Jacksonville Amelia Island tomorrow, and I will be there tomorrow night. I'll be there Wednesday Thursday and Friday of the symposium on the head out Friday afternoon. Get into Phoenix Friday. They night. Okay. And then I'll be with with you guys. If he owed all of Saturday. All right. We'll look forward to it. So yeah, I'm packed. I just have a pit stop on the east coast. I got a gotta hit up. I well. Well, that's. That's worse than the first year. You were down in Florida, again, weren't you? And then came as is that Orlando. And so yeah, my both right different deals than I just caught a direct from Orlando to Nashville, and then back seems Seems like. like an easier one to do much easier. Yes. So the Seattle, stay symposium hops from west coast to east coast and every other year, it's it's all one or the other. And so next year. It's back on the west coast of California will probably be like San Diego or in a gal or someplace like that Santa Barbara somewhere in there. So it'll be easier to get to VOD. To do this. If it overlaps next year Yankees just tough because Yankees literally across the country. Almost as far away as you can get. Yeah. Soon as I don't have to do Yankee anymore. I'm not going to Yankee anymore. But right now, it's a it's a dental economics thing. Last. So not that not me I'll be with dental economics as long as they want me there. But how long the contracts between Yenkey and and dental economics last, sure. Interesting. Yeah. So there's always something back. Jim. Remember the day when when flying all the time seemed like a good idea. Oh, oh, this can be awesome. That's sounds great at nothing but first class and. Martinis jig frozen gin martinis with a twist of olive. And all it's all sounds great. And that was slow gin fizz yet actually the southwest flights. And..

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"butters" Discussed on Working Interferences Dental Podcast for Dentists

Working Interferences Dental Podcast for Dentists

03:59 min | 3 years ago

"butters" Discussed on Working Interferences Dental Podcast for Dentists

"What is up? Welcome to the work interferences podcast. It didn't advice. Joe Josh Boston. And I'm Lance Timmerman plants, you know, like week seventeen of the NFL season when the playoffs already clinched. Yeah. And the teams sort of go into a I dunno phone. Yeah. Fo prevent mode serve that. They're not going to open up their playbook and really show the goods that they're going to break out during the playoffs. They wanna tip anybody off. Okay. That's kind of where I feel. We're at today. What do you feel? Yeah. I could see that. I I. Yeah. We're a few short days away from voices of dentistry. Yeah. We've got our questions. Locked in. All great. Yes. So it's complicated. For me. As it always is. When isn't. Yeah. It's my life. This week is also the Seattle study club symposium. Then let's be real honest. Michael Cohen and the Seattle say club like butters might bread. Like, that's the group of people that I lecture for mutters your bread down. Yes. Didn't really want. I mean that in a very nutritious way. They they're the ones that like literally put food on my table, balanced diet. Yes. Okay. Like, you know, the vast majority of my speaking gigs are are from those groups. So I have to be it's imposes where everything happens. He said this week is symposium. And it seems like every other year VOD overlaps with either Yankee on Seattle, steady clubs symposium. And so this year, it's the say symposium. So I'm heading to Jacksonville Amelia Island tomorrow, and I will be there tomorrow night. I'll be there Wednesday Thursday and Friday of the symposium on the head out Friday afternoon. Get into Phoenix Friday. They night. Okay. And then I'll be with with you guys. If he owed all of Saturday. All right. We'll look forward to it. So yeah, I'm packed. I just have a pit stop on the east coast. I got a gotta hit up. I well. Well, that's. That's worse than the first year. You were down in Florida, again, weren't you? And then came as is that Orlando. And so yeah, my both right different deals than I just caught a direct from Orlando to Nashville, and then back seems Seems like. like an easier one to do much easier. Yes. So the Seattle, stay symposium hops from west coast to east coast and every other year, it's it's all one or the other. And so next year. It's back on the west coast of California will probably be like San Diego or in a gal or someplace like that Santa Barbara somewhere in there. So it'll be easier to get to VOD. To do this. If it overlaps next year Yankees just tough because Yankees literally across the country. Almost as far away as you can get. Yeah. Soon as I don't have to do Yankee anymore. I'm not going to Yankee anymore. But right now, it's a it's a dental economics thing. Last. So not that not me I'll be with dental economics as long as they want me there. But how long the contracts between Yenkey and and dental economics last, sure. Interesting. Yeah. So there's always something back. Jim. Remember the day when when flying all the time seemed like a good idea. Oh, oh, this can be awesome. That's sounds great at nothing but first class and. Martinis jig frozen gin martinis with a twist of olive. And all it's all sounds great. And that was slow gin fizz yet actually the southwest flights. And..

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