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"cafeteria korea" Discussed on Apocalypse...Now?

Apocalypse...Now?

15:16 min | 1 year ago

"cafeteria korea" Discussed on Apocalypse...Now?

"Read for years I cannot. I don't touch it because I'm Richard terrified because I believe in his so much and other things that are taboo. Uh We don't discuss that. It's actually really much part of our culture in the Caribbean but like sometimes it's not quite honestly society and and like the media is always like Voodoo or this or liar like oh it's so negative but again it's just like being shunned which is really sad because usually it's like you'll see stuff that's being and now it's like starting to like people are starting to get interested. In for example Sephora. What is the floor support? which box together and I was like? Oh no no no no no no no no no we got to put down the right. Then you gotta put in because it was the resources I had in two different places but things are like interesting to the they got really got backlash and they were like no I think the market. Yeah what the what now. You'd think it's goal when you're trying to profit. I mean talk about Salem like you know and that's just here to you know So it's interesting. It's interesting to me when you start seeing that nothing's are becoming popular When when people literally lost their lives for certain beliefs and like I'm like no? It's cool exactly now. I'm still a part of me. Loves that it's INSTAGRAM able to because I've been dealing dealing with I've done candles. I've done Tarot cards I have a friend that give me a reading every once in a while. I don't I'm not one of those people who's like it's the Beal end-all Paul Right. I think it is like checking the weather. Why Budgets Car City pericard? They're not Tarot card their universe cards. That I ah me that my therapist actually put me onto. So that's why I say for me. I personally won't me too because I don't want to know the future I I understand. But that's that's a personal. I don't I don't shun anyone that does I respect. It doesn't tell you the future crystal. If you you wouldn't be as much trouble as I am I'm like I'm afraid of what the cards are going to say. I rather just live in the moment like when I get my cards red and this is really feel really awkward talking about this because again people were like his fucking bitch with our cards and her crystals. I don't think this stuff is like it's all about setting intention mention. Yes and me letting a candle on an altar is me saying these are my intentions. I'm going to have a physical representation of my intentions and if people want to judge it. I'm not going to care because like this is how I practice my spirituality so when I get my cards right it's not like when I was younger I will tell you it was like. Is this guy going to get back together with me But now it's like life is life. I have all these questions. Let's just get the cards red and sometimes like it's like self help. Sometimes I get things that make me look at life in a different perspective. I love all these APPs that are out there now. It's like it's like reading self help in the morning. It's like you when you wake up and you feel like shouldn't and you have a little little suggestion of like. Oh don't let certain things frustrate you reach out to a friend. Yeah I get mantra honestly I have to. I have one. That's like a breathing APPs to remind me to breed three many of the mantra APP. I need a mantra. I will send in send me like four or five months resume but I will say I I like that. You said that you have like They light candles. I'm all for or that like when I don't do it. Shit goes bad I do I I usually do when someone passes away For me Out like lightness and to bring or like like. I need some lightness in my house. Or my in my sometimes burning white candle just clears out thing. Yeah and and I truly believe leave that and like like cleaning your house as much of that stuff. I'm like YEP gotTA although but also just don't invite people to my house I don't bring about energy but that's oh I would recommend that for anyone you don't feel like that person is not going to bring good energy to your home. Don't bring my let them into your home. Yeah I I used to you know a in Philadelphia. I had a second bedroom. Those like a tiny office where I put my alter and stuff and I would like the altar I I would hide it and now I don't Ohio anymore like I'm like I don't care by feel like we're in a in a different We don't have to keep hiding. It's like our altars from people in and make okay and now the the reality is that everyone's like so obsessed with by the local But the people are so becoming obsessed with the Mexican culture which is great but also. Let's make sure that we're respecting your property in heels because Mexico and any other ethnicities not a costume thinking about Halloween Halloween. I mean like not a it is not you know never i. I had to have this conversation with someone who was doing a show with and she was like. How is your single day Mijo and I was like what do you do she like? Oh I just have like a Latina. I was like what what what did that cost like. What really do you look like me and I had a conversation and be like? Hey just for the record he was like do I say something. That was like nothing nothing. Yeah and everyone's like hey just for the record leak. You shouldn't dress up as an ethnicity or race. Yeah you know. How do you feel about sage I? I'm still learning so I use age. Okay are you saying look I think. I think it's all about learning learning about what you're doing and be respectful but I do a little bit every day like and people are like no you gives a white person. You can't use sage. That's how like well I mean yes. I agree where read. I'm a senior appropriate. What I'm saying there's appropriate exist for real but I'm not saying you are if you if you feel like that's part of your journey and as your spiritual journey money and you feel a talent that does something in that is part of why not visit home? I mean they'll go. Don't go onto the munching shaping of Selfie. Oh fee of me like smudging. My entire house doesn't that I do things in private spring. Say please respect this like. I'm trying to be respectful. I need some cleaning. Meaning you go to the best Dj Now if you can quite on like don't go like so when I had to get I was looking for a stage where I was on tour and I was like. Oh my God I miss the small and then I I was I. I was trying to find out if it's like if that's like something like there's A. POC thing then finally POC business support. Right I kept finding all these like new age spiritual. Here's the things that were like charging me at four times the price of land. We'll say Jeez and I was like I'm not going to support this. I'M GONNA look for the the the the people digital exactly -actly. That's all do that like. That's how I think you fire fight like a by don appropriate by buying from like people are just that are just marking up. They think it's cool. Aw by from the person who's actually you can guess as Like I think for entertaining guests sometimes depending where you go and I'm happy to put you on where you're gonNA take these places. This is a serious I would love it. You know but if it's part of your journey don't be ashamed of it and they'll let anyone bring you down for it because if you know yourself and you know that you are doing your homework. Can you are being respectful of and if you feel like you're not being. Let's call you ask your friends We like I need to call me every day. I'm calling on so I'm telling you what I'm saying is you will. I don't know that in my life you know and anyone can go tr- appropriation. Is this being respectful of of other Eric Cultures. And making sure that you're not using to make more money greg. You're using it to make money. You're not using it as an excuse to dress for Halloween. That is not okay for the hundredth. The time people still fucking girls. Let's say well because she's I forgot where she was from. She was European. But she's like what if you did that for if you just like my la they know. I would never I would not dress up. How would you dress up like a white person? I'm honestly forget where he says she was asked. I'm telling you here. We wear ammo being Fitch. And then you pretend you're bombers market there is up. One thing that I think is really important. Learn about this conversation that people need to hold onto it especially in terms of the apocalypse. And what's going on now. We are spiritual being. Yes we are we are. These are just bags of meet. That were in. Yeah and some people do not like I said this before. Sometimes my boyfriend says Hail Satan as a joke and he wanted to get a little bafflement bath mat for a bathroom and I was like no. I don't want that in my sins of the world. But he doesn't understand. I was like. That's you inviting things in your life. I totally believe that yes. I am a big believer of like intentionally. You were saying. Put the intentional and like there are there is bad. Shut Out there percent played with ouija boards as a kid. That's a mistake. Yeah does that tell you. You will never see that in a Hispanic Persons House. My mom was starting to like do not every touch a wheat and like still as an adult. I'm like I I would never touch. I will never allow Ouija board in my house after all the weird stuff that happened to me is that was another podcast the Oklahoma clean up. My friend was my friend's mom was really upset that I brought the Ouija board over to her house. Bought you body. It was like a like a board game. I don't know where he's earned body my parents they just thought it was the game. But I didn't tell us anything inviting spiritual like I'm like very sacred of like. Hey no I'm trying to like always respect ancestors respect for Doodo spirit like I have a friend who he won't go insults Sultani guys. We'll take it because he doesn't want to bring anything out and I totally get that but I'm like well you you make sure that you're not even going in. There would not get intention exactly you willing to prevail L.. You know. Don't be touching things I figure. If you don't don't don't don't try to like do things you don't understand because you're going to. I truly believe in like we. We already know about under the exists right. So let's not mess around with slipping uneasy. Don't understand because you don't WanNa light bring no something negative. We're it's literally typically proven like like. If you're in a better mood thing you know you feel better I think being a little bit more spiritual like Medicare and prayer scientifically proven to change our brain waves and I think with people in so much stress. Now Gosh hanging onto a little bit of the unknown spirituality might help you out I you I know I. I'm this is also my like try. Meditation see you know what is your everyone has a different journey and I don't bash anyone who is religion I love hearing about it. From religions you know all religions when they went to India to hang out Hindu temples I loved it. I loved because I like. This is something different I want to learn about other. I mean there's a term I don't know if you guys have it Cafeteria Korea Catholics. Have you know maybe I pick and choose what they want to believe that us. Yeah we're cafeteria. I mean I don't want to be a Catholic. Get all I mean. I don't identify as Catholic. Cafeteria is like the way to go now. Jews we'll fits for you. We'll work on undertray. Put it on your drink. I love food. That's what I'm thinking about now that you're like cafeteria but I yeah. I think we should be should be able to have. We should be able to create our own identity. Think regard generation is moving more towards that. We're going away. Oh Man I love Lilies Lily. I'm confessing to the entire world how much I love you. Yes all this podcast was about. Lily does the Catholic. Yeah we we were just talking about religion she was. She's under confederate. She's coming to confess. We didn't even talk about how weird the concept of confession is. Oh my God why do I have is. Why do I have to come here? I went to Catholic school the age of five to get me getting on on this Mike again unless you talk to one from from the age of five Eighteenth Catholic school just want intellect. I twenty three. I am the lucky one. No I never got confirmation. I mean community the school you never got.

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"cafeteria korea" Discussed on Hanselminutes

Hanselminutes

14:14 min | 1 year ago

"cafeteria korea" Discussed on Hanselminutes

"This is Scott Hanson and this is another episode of Hansel minutes to talk with mark percentage welcome back to the show. CTO azure Microsoft ended India General. Reckon tour thanks. COTS got to be back. I know it's been a few years since I was on the show last. Yeah last time I was talking to you you who had written a book and now it's a series a trilogy. Yep Trilogy Last Edition of the Trilogy released in two thousand fourteen so it's been awhile while since even that Well are you going to turn into a trilogy of Trilogies Star Wars and do nine right great idea so what I wanted to talk to you about today day. Is this thing called Dapper. DA PR distributed application. runtime folks can check it out at D. A. P. R. Dot I O. and I'll make sure to include show notes to anything that we talk about or mention during the show here. It says an event driven portable runtime for Building Micro Services on cloud an edge. That's a very small number of words but he tries to say a lot right there in one short sentence. Yup I think there's even more you can say on top of it so we had to be very careful about which words to pick to emphasize the core value. Why is that a because it's lots of different things and you can music in lots of different ways? I think that's why we let really a programming runtime platform rather than a programming. Run time really. Because you can choose to adopt it piecemeal you can choose to integrated into an existing what people would consider a legacy APP or a monolithic op. You can choose to go full bore and take advantage of the pure cloud native service aspects of it and create a massively distributed very fine grain micro service based application application So when I hear the word runtime at its at its base I think about management think about like a A wound or a cradle that holds my application and does stuff for me so at this emotional plastic whether it be noted Java Dot net the runtime handle stuff that I'm not interested in handling like you know at the basic example be garbage collection. I don't want to do that anymore. So you do that thing and all focus on these other things. Is this a runtime. That does stuff so I don't have to think about those things absolutely in fact that's kind of where the logo that came along with dapper where we've got the top hat and the Thai Eh napper dresser but also kind of adapted style butler. That handles things for you that you'd rather not spend your time on so you can focus on your APP So it's your application concierge jacqueline okay so This is Primarily in the context of micro services is it is. Is it only a coober. Daddy's thing or is it in anywhere thing in fact there's no direct connection to communities other than we've built in support for deploying it onto communities it you you can install it anywhere so it runs in self hosted mode so you can put it on your own box. You can put it on a server virtual machine or you can deploy to release cluster and or to any other kind of orchestrator you want. We just have to have like I said built in support for deploying it into communities. When I'm making an application I think that we sometimes blur the The things that we need to solve to solve the business problem and and then all of the kind of cross cutting concerns. So it's like hey we're going to make a website session management authentication authorization in on and on your DC realization. You know there's a whole list of stuff that has nothing to do with what we do here at Acme insurance in sometimes blur the line and we end up writing all all of these other things just because they don't either exist or the ones that exist. Don't do it. We want them to do is is the stuff in dapper trying completely. Supportive always plays a supporting role for me to Not have to write something in. I do the business logic separately. An entirely he's separate from those cross cutting concerns that's goal and in fact it was basically inspired by what we saw happening in cloud native programming models like functions as a service abyss and actor models in really. The primary goal of Dapper was to make to bring cloud native distributed micro service application application development to enterprise dubs. Many enterprise doves are familiar and skilled with an everyday writing traditional multi Tier Web plus plus database APPs and learning. All the things you need to learn to build the district in Microsoft based APP is a lot of complexity and a lot of different. SDK's decays and a lot of concepts that distract from like you said focusing on the academic problem that they are paid to go solve and so Just like functions as a service takes and performs a lot of things on the developers behalf so they don't have to worry about it Dapper takes that idea idea and takes it forward so in the in the doctrine in the read me. It says dapper codifies the best practices for building building micro service applications. But then you said that. It explicitly doesn't target communities or prescribe. So it sounds like you're kind of walking the razor's edge between being prescriptive but also being flexible is at difficult to to not like hold it down and say this is exactly how you should do everything versus the cafeteria. Korea plan not really because I think one of the benefits I of of neighbors. It's extremely extensible. So when we codify best practices the best practice precipice can depend on who the customer is. What the target workload is there around the application but you can codify best practices for classes and if the codifications that are built into dapper and the ones that come with it? Don't meet your needs. You can codify your own so take for example back off and retrial when it comes to interacting with another service there's best practices for how you back-off in retry is that as a developer. You don't want to spend your time implementing that in your code and so that codification of those best practices can and be in dapper itself. So that when you call into Dapper and say I WANNA talk to this remote service dapper take care of that complexity it's twenty twenty and why hasn't this stuff happened before like I was joking. I was giving a talk recently and I joked about how long on my resume was I said I got a three page resume. The page to is just learning to scale a web farm. And then you know at some point page two of my resume got ripped out because scaling web performers pretty much just a slider bar. Now you know like scaling out is pretty much understood. It seems a little bit late for us to be like saying okay. Can we all just agree on how we manage secrets. Can we all just agree on how we manage state. Is this just a matter of like one additional standard. I think the various parts of this of emerged in different run times and programming models already. I think what Dan thinks the table is this sidecar pattern the with the sidecar pattern pattern and the focus on solving these distributed systems. Problems that come as part of the territory when it comes to cloud new development it really is is Opening up the door for a very flexible extensible runtime that hasn't existed to to this date. And once if you start to look at it seems like obvious kind of stuff. It's just that I think that when we looked at the problems that we wanted to solve Aber emerged as the solution to be able to solve them. And that sidecar concept that cycle architectures really fundamental. This isn't a thing I had used. Use the example of a of a cradle or thing. That is a runtime that is holding your code but your application codes is motorcycle in this context and Dapper is the site card is lateral to your application and in doing that. It gives you full flexibility. It's not prescribing it so much that it smothers it with recommendations the nation's the exactly and that's what really makes it so that you can incrementally adopted or fully adopted depending on what your needs are and what you want it to do for you. So so just one example on one side of that spectrum you can say you know what I like diapers active model. And so many is DOC CAPRA the actor model SDK which provides language integration convenience with the Dapper sidecar. Where the actor interfaces are actually implemented and and now I'm taking advantage of Dapper for service? Discovery Invocation messaging state store basically most of the underlying building blocks or or services. Tapper provides on the other hand you could say you know what all I wanna do is used oppor to talk to Kafka Service Arrest Because I don't want to worry about all the complexities and integrating with the Calf Gusty K.. So I'M GONNA I'm GonNa do is talk if d to the Cath Gus. I'd car and and the Kafka binding that it suppose and now. I'm taking advantage of the best practices that are built into Kaffa finding. I don't need to include DECAF. SDK or the client libraries or code or get the right SDK from my language into my code. I can just leverage a directly so if Kafka only supports it doesn't have a rest. SDK for example. But I want to write my component and I can call the Kafka sidecar which talks to Kafka or four my rest codes in in bringing the actor model into it. Doesn't that kind of like that's a little bit more main course than the other core concepts that are included included like something like. Oh here's how we do secrets in. Here's how he meant it. Service vacation seems of a certain size and then it's like actors that seems more prescriptive. Well it is a little bit more prescriptive But even there Dapper is flexible in. Its in what it provides from an actor model perspective perspective but really where we started from it was saying service what is served with what are what would make it easy for what makes it easy for enterprise developers to write a cloud native distributed application creation. And that's where we took a look at what was out there and from our learnings without your functions and service Robert Reliable actors and talking to customers and seeing what they were doing with it recognizing using that like I said enterprise. Dad's focus on their APP. Not on all these complexities of distributed application and state management service discovery and invocation and triggers and back awesome retry. We said Hey If we go the SIDECAR model we can actually support a service of functions as a service type programming going model if a developer wants to us that we can actually support with a little bit of extra code like keeping track of actor invocations and doing the virtual selector state hydration dehydration that we can build an actor model on top of it in really then at that point with functions the basic function support support and basic actor support wish degrees of flexibility for both of them depending on what the developer wants. Now we've got basically a holistic listrik programming model platform that supports stateless scale out micro services as well as stateful micro services. What does it mean? Though in the context context of all the other actor frameworks where Orleans Raka and Cetera et Cetera. Like there's there's copetition and in in certainly competition in these different things. Is this as prescriptive as those other actor. Frank frameworks. It's not as prescriptive as those other ones for one thing. that it separates the underlying Cluster or management from Dapper Dapper doesn't provide what it does is just keep track of where actors there's our Sets got an actor service management business but the reason that it's less prescriptive as that for one it is language which agnostic and if you take a look models premium models that are out there. They typically are Java and C. Sharp and that's it at you could write an an actor for Dapper just using the https gop interfaces in whatever language want including like I mentioned rust. And so it's less prescriptive in that that way Like I said you can have language as decays that make it easy for you to inherit from some based class. So you don't have to implement that yourself if you want want to but you don't have to and the second way it's less prescriptive is that we've got built into it ways that you can control the currency model on it so if you you say but if you take a look at this reliable actors like service radical blockers. It had a strong currency model which most developers want. which is when you invoke vocal my actor on a method? That method should be serialized with respect to invocations of that same method or any others that are part of this actor class with Dapper. You can relax that and say you know what I want really high performance. I'M GONNA take care of synchronization myself. I'm I'M GONNA put locks into my code so that I can create these critical sections that are only necessary that just to protect the state transitions that I've got but otherwise let things run in parallel and so it also has more flexible from that perspective. Hey friends you know how I love. 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"cafeteria korea" Discussed on Daily Detroit

Daily Detroit

12:50 min | 1 year ago

"cafeteria korea" Discussed on Daily Detroit

"Different things Devon. Welcome back to Daly Detroit. It has been a long time. It's good to see you thank you so much. I love the new nicknames every time spirits leader. I'M GONNA run with that one yet. What whichever one you want to put on the business card we'll do next to Devon is Mr Randy Walker otherwise known as personality Randy Randy? It's good to see you uh-huh and then of course my often partner in crime mister spend gusts and how are you those drink jingling for your high danger. Good to see you good to see you too. You are at so we are in a corner booth here at hammer and nail. It is a beautiful place. It's got like this great kind of West Coast Vibe to it. there's that big conic hammer hammer and nail sign and now that it's getting dark out And the city lights are twinkling in shining. It's a it's a nice setting behind us with the Medical Center Setting and all the lights. It's gorgeous gorgeous. Nothing sets the mood with a cocktail like Rehabilitation Institute of Michigan. So true but seriously. It's a beautiful place right across the street from from the DSL and like close to everything but we have so much to get through with what's been happening around town. I'M GONNA start in Dearborn with pasties and this is a place that people don't know it's got phenomenal burgers. Yeah so taste a burger joint inside the gas station Asian on Ford Road in Dearborn. You know you can actually take a date there. It's worked you could I have. That's love did you get a second date. Yes and it worked. But now they have expanded expanded down the street in Dearborn Heights still on Ford road in a strip mall. There's a second tasty. Oh my gosh when I think that might be something. Maybe a little bit more approachable because the culinary traveler an adventure is all about the gas station Burger but I think a lot of people they might not want to go. You know full weird. Yeah I can see that a second I want to talk about is is the gangbusters growth of Bob Cat Bonnie's and they're moving up. They're going to be not moving but adding a location in Partridge Creek up in mccomb county. Wow this place has just caught people's imagination because it just popular. Yeah I mean it started off in Detroit which is which is rare that you starting to try and then expand Outward usually see places expanding into Detroit. So they're doing something right. I mean I. I've always been a fan of their brunches. They seem to pull in really big suburban crowd into Cork town. So they're doing something right and it's it's impressive to see the growth. Yeah I actually go to the courtroom location more than the Ferndale location and you live down walking distance from the for no one. It's just there's not the reason it's just always ends up. The group I'm with is relatively affordable for for restaurants are nowadays approachable. You know nine dollars for Brunch dish and then you know. What is it four dollars for a bloody Mary because I don't splurge for the Tito's Brunch Bobcat Bonnie? Yeah Yeah. Lots of lots of options for Brunch Bloody Mary Bar most the bar they have like eight hundred ninety s music good stuff and so they're now I mean the places are already opener in Cork town. Why did the wind wind wind swine closed reopened within reopen? And there's also up see if see okay. It was not aware that so I I think that Bob cat is going to be seen a lot around Metro Detroit. And I'm glad to see some folks you know grow and find market and whenever we see success like that always kind of like try to look at those places and go what is it. They're doing right. So what is Bob Cat doing right there. Casual and approachable approachable. I think that's a big deal here. They're not they're not snooty or stuck up Super Friendly folks. They do everything really well. I think they have great beer selection. They do good burgers So outside inside of the Brunswick we mentioned but they have a really really big and they do some good tots Nachos and I think I've ever had. There has been good and they don't charge. You know crap ton of money for yeah even for happy hour or a late night. Happy Hour Burger fries and beer for twelve dollars. Yeah which is I mean a great deal all right so I don't know if you got saw Moving on here but Melody Batons is a friend of daily Detroit. We've had her on the show before she's the food critic nowadays at the Detroit News. She just gave her first. I ever four star review to Kinda surprising. Place fullback down there in Cork town on trouble. What's your scale? Is it four out of four hundred four. Yeah he's so. Here's the deal. If you eaten at folk it's not surprising because it's amazing food. I think what's surprising about it is that it's not like a white linen kind of place. It's it's not not finding it's clean eating it's not it's not like an upscale place like necessarily. Let's go out to dinner to a destination type place. It's a lunch and breakfast place. Mostly I think yeah pretty much. I don't even know if the dinner I don't think they do either. It's a pretty limited menu. But I guess they're really embracing the you know they're not going to do a lot but the stuff that they do they do really well and and do it really. Fresh their service was great. I've only been there once. You know you and shy and I had lunch there one day several months ago. I love it you you know like. I've always joked I eat like a hippy. Is Right up my alley because it's a lot of very local fresh fair. You know the food just is is just tasty and and and sort of nourishing and everything. I love it and I think that you know melody talked about that that it's a little bit of an unconventional choice. But I think she felt she she sort of. Uh Uh you know felt the same way about it. I think that I do it. Leaves you feeling very satisfied beyond just sort of full and that was good you feel nourished and healthy this. This isn't a place I've tried yet. It's on my list but I think this review will cook it up a few places on my list for sure for sure. Okay from blotted stick closings Let's go into the suburbs for just a second here and talk about Mongolian Barbecue and is meant. It's ended up in downtown Royal Oak. I know that this was a chain. That was like a really big deal for a long time. I know there's still locations out there but it seems to kind of be retreating ground. Is this concept like this concept out. It's hard to say I mean. Royal Oak is Steph. I've been seeing a lot of change. You know. A lot of restaurants have sort of come and go Tough to say I mean Mongolian. Barbecue was famous for sort of that. Like thank you pick your card ingredients and throw it all together in a walk which always struck me as a little bit risky given the kind of food ingredients they were using. Because it's like like a you have to have a little bit of a sense of cooking like a little bit of a cooking town because of the potential exists that you could order something that kind of gross. Yeah it was super kitschy and I think that when you go back to the general concept and you really break it down. You're assembling your own dinner. Yeah just right for you. If I'm going to pay for the dinner you tell me what you tell me what's good. I don't know I mean it should be fair. It's nine dollars ninety nine cents for a one trip through so it's not super expensive where I have a a CO worker. who had the same thing? If I'm paying for dinner I want to serve to meet but you make what you think. Is God in serve it to me. I don't know I didn't mind it one hack. If you're stole Zolt. Did you love it like it was a good lunch. I'd quick lunch as well because you could go and cook and eat in half hour. Forty minutes Dinner not as often just because of the locations where they are lately but quick. Hack if you are still interested in checking out the place they put the meat first and then the veggies but if you get the veggies first and then put the meat on top you can put lots more food in that little bowl because just going to lose it all in place. Glue me from Randy. That can be the name of your Cookbook Randy. When you're grandy's meat glue? Speaking of quick service one place. We're not going to get quick. Service is the proposed food hall that was going to be in Chroma in new center. That is not going to be a thing. Reports crain's Detroit Business and I. I'm surprised to see that this one's not going to happen. They were going to do a whole like you know some similar to what they have at the Detroit shipping company where it was going to be a food hall lots of places to eat and that got unscratched. Unfortunately I'm unsurprised that it's now not happening because it seems Kinda trend right now in the News Center area and my my bigger question is when is there going to be a viable bar or restaurant that concept that opens up there there are viable bars up. They're like I love as a couple but I feel like it's a little more bill junction definitely more but it's literally a block away from Chroma Chroma and literally. You can only see it when you're asking whether there's when there's going to be viable bars in the news center new center Milwaukee Junction yes. They're separate neighborhoods for sure but if you're thinking about fun and doing things they're very close to each other. I just I wasn't surprised that a food hall didn't didn't get off the ground. Yeah I'm I'm definitely surprised because CBS Just did a story on food. Halls showcasing Detroit shipping company even and it seems to be a popular trend across the country but that food hall enforced street. Galley still hasn't found its feet even with some changes the other day. It's a terrible location. It's ungodly expensive. Is it still Guy Leagues. I was there a few weekends ago. A chicken sandwich and fries was somewhere around. Nineteen dollars after tax and tip. You can't do that Atlanta and then and then you've got to go to the bar so that's another twelve thirteen dollars. Why do you say it's a bad location? It's the financial district who's in the financial district outside of business hours. It's a great location if you're a lunch spot if you're an affordable grabbing go lunch by but in one thousand nine hundred chicken sandwich and phrases not in affordable lunch either so yeah because I think people forget it in that that section of town it's all like corporate folks who were all usually driving in you got the lunch crowd. They've got limited dollars. They've got families all that kind of stuff and a lot of them. Frankly don't leave their office buildings to go for lunch or for anything. Well you've got a corporate day jabbering like the driving so hard for you to get friends to go out and try places once a a week. If I'm lucky I'll get coworkers to go outside of the building. I mean you text me out come down and meet you before co workers will come out and I think that's a big thing like more people who work downtown and need to be willing to like go out. I Know Randi I think you and I need to put together. We all need to put a little bit of a guide together like depending on what building. You're working in like go. Have some fun in the city because there's so many good restaurants it's definitely a cultural thing about Detroit you know it's it's the whole mentality of driving to work you know pull into the parking garage walk directly into your office office and then stay there until you leave and then when the workdays over go right back to your car and leave immediately. Don't I mean it's kind of a mix types of workplaces. We have here too right. I have a food court downstairs in the TAB beyond juice or whatever it's coming soon and then you know the bluecross tower has the Cafeteria Korea downstairs. So there's no reason to need to go out in your life. You can get stuff really quick right but I feel like we really need to encourage the adventure ensure spirit whether it's at lunch or dinner or whatever because there's so many great things in Metro Detroit and Detroit but like you got to kind of look for them a little bit. You know absolute absolutely all right so moving on highlands. I know that Randy when I touched on this a little bit but devin new thoughts and I think it's It's certainly a welcome mm-hmm A welcome addition was coach insignia. which is a great kind of fine dining restaurant which I feel like I went there but only on very very special occasions so having a essentially three concept bars? Three bars in the highlands steakhouse. It's the high bar. which is the whiskey Scotch Bar and then hurt seventy one which is more kind of casual wood fired types of food? She really getting a three in one. Combo is that enough to bring people not only to the Renton but then up seventy one floors. It's it's a track. Even if we were talking about that earlier and I I I have not eaten or drank at any of the establishments but I did get to see them. I I know somebody who works there and he took us up Thanksgiving morning. Actually before the Turkey are we got got to go to around it and it's beautiful obviously abuser incredible etcetera the restaurants and the bars and everything are are nice super inviting but yeah it takes you you you know when you once you walk into the grandson. I mean okay. So you've gotTa Park assuming that you're driving in and then walk over the rent and then walk into the the labyrinth the building and then go up. I mean you have to elevators too. What would if you're talking about at least a ten minute? That might be conservative. Saying we're sitting in midtown Detroit right now. What do you guys think it would take us to? How long from right now? To sitting in a drink in Birmingham. By the time I had a drink there I wouldn't. That's it sounds crazy Z.. But I bet you're not to Royal Oak. That's that's the kind of ridiculous thing to think about is like crowd here crowd here shaking their head No. I think that it's a good start to drawing people through the Renton send but I think we need more retail Brenton. Besides what is there a pure Detroit and the GM corporate sore. It needs some definition right like the rent could be a really cool idea. Because it's right right near the riverfront all those things. It could be a destination it could be you. Could you imagine if the winter garden was someplace. You could actually have like a common area where people had drinks and Food I..

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"cafeteria korea" Discussed on Mike Drop

Mike Drop

12:51 min | 1 year ago

"cafeteria korea" Discussed on Mike Drop

"Hi His basically. Yeah so the other question is of all of the patients that you did your category a flights with did you. Were you able to follow up and know which ones made it in which ones dinner like once you pass him off. It's just no fucking idea. Some of them that stuck out in my head I would try to look for By Yeah we had no way which is way you know when they look at our transportation success no the people being counters or whatever they look at it and they're like Oh. I don't know why you guys are complaining about training because you've got like ninety nine something something percents success rate by that meaning. No nobody died in the cycle. We can't pronounce the New Zealand dead. So what you need to follow up on his how much much they lived afterwards. And I'll give you more realistic. No idea percentage of of what it was so as ever been a case where you've been able to reconnect with somebody that you worked on on a flight like years later. Now no but I was in the so when we transitioned from pain to Delaram We had to go to bastion to transition and Maria. There that's where the role three is rosemary being a bigger hospital bad like CT set up. specialty surgeons. And you have a cardiac you have a general. It's like it's just it's more like a hospital in in theater and my surgeon was like. Hey you guys need to go to the. Or are get some experience while we're here because being critical care nurses we weren't owners is but we still had to act like one in ten so he was going to get some experience over there so we go in there and the the first day we were there is when three five takeover saying it and from the British and you were just getting spunk. Spunk bartered with all these patients. Were we didn't really know what was going on at the time. Like what is going on and they would announced over the loudspeaker The ones that expired and then the winds ends that were coming in and it'll be like six coming six. They come here is six years which means they were not gonNa make a test and so and it was just constant and we had an open bay. Oh are so six beds in this whole big room so you know you still. I mean you know one patient per. Or while this wins. I you can look around and see we all the patients and being part of the team We had a lake shuffled through. We sat back and let the their their thing and then we would bring running back into the. Or and do our thing and we were getting so many patients missing their their legs. Also their genitals rule. Yeah Oh my God twenty year old kids again. This is not okay with me. It's not okay and I remember at one point we had incoming and I was like at the next. How can guide isn't have his deck? I'M GONNA lose my shit and I'm and I'm really good at keeping my shit together like I. It really takes a lot out on me. And I'm like didn't have his fucking dead. I'm like I'm done with this. And so you know I look in Martini amid brought him in which is the British medical merge they were amazing team they bring him in and the guy's given his report and I'm looking for standing behind the line right now. I'm looking for his day and I'm like this kid fucking day like he's already missing a leg. The other one was was like super mingled in I seized. ps now Mike Hopping. This is great. That's the metric for a success. That was yeah like at that point point I was yeah. I can't handle this. And so we bring him back and get them to the table and I'm helping my surgeon cut off his other leg which is already he's already losing both legs right. This is not okay. You know this is GonNa obviously his life and I looked so what usually happens. Orthopedic Surgeons are working on the Lens. And then you got the general surgeons working on the trunk of the body and I look over and the general surgeon nick. I've no luck you lost. I was like what do you like. He was like. There's nothing here. There's nothing you and I'm like. What are you talking about? And he like reaches out and pulls a heel of his boot out of his whole area area. What I saw was the skin? Oh Jesus Christ it had shredded the entire inside and it was stuck up in. There is a whole lot fork. Yeah yeah so I was. I all right so hang on a second. Let me let me dial it back. You know this is kind of news to me from A follow on standpoint with like close to me bag or cat like an internal Catholic. How does and obviously? It's it's happening quite a bit with lower extremity exposures common. So what does once they are stabilized. They make recovery whatever what is what is their flake with that. I talk to urologists. That was there and he was British and and he was Kinda cool because he was like anybody can make it to me in London. I will do the reconstruction for free. And he basically said he would have to reconstruct by zing leg pumps and different. The I don't know all the Seas Bay rebelled wine and he says he takes the skin from the forearm. Because it's like similar feeling in you know in any rebuilt and he says it's you know it's never for that person. It's for their significant other. Whatever they'll never have those feelings back bay it is something and for their wives or girlfriends? Static there's no like the doesn't work basically. Yeah it to my knowledge unless they've advanced even more I don't yeah that's that's absolutely so can still go to the bathroom from there now. So it's like a I don't know after Reconstruction Bay no you do a CPAP you bake which is a tube into the latter valley. Fuck me so I'll tell you what I don't care I can have the shittiest day moving forward Lord it's not GonNa seem like a Shitty day after hearing that Holy Fuck you know. And that's you know well like after he did that and I like lost shed a little bit and I'm helping my surgeon cut this goff and I remember just like he had the leg off seem that happen and I'm holding the leg and I'm looking around me and I'm just seeing like I'm slipping on. Fled emceeing body parts biohazard bags arms legs. You know and I'm looking around the tables and I'm like I'm in the fucking. Maybe sorry. This is a whore. I'm in a horror movie. I think this is not this. Sucks so Yeah I mean that that particular guy like stuck in my head and I you know to my knowledge is youth and okay and he's had a lot of hell open You know is Pretty Independent. I think so I just one thing. I'm curious about just just from a practicality standpoint you know in in situations like that where you're you know it's a you're expediting amputations Asians right because obviously there's the scheduled ones in a normal hospital where I'm assuming those go quite a bit different than dudes about fucking like what what what is that like I mean in terms of the tools used and how fast happens in like. Can you describe that I mean they. Just you know the orthopedic surgeons agents. Have you know they have drills. They have it's really like barbaric coming a lot like being at mechanic inc where they have ever. You know there's different knives in legged gig. We saw we call the wire you taken and Katelyn so about. How long does that take Komo news about like as few so? It's just making sure you have in the skin and all that stuff to end you try to preserve as much skin. Your your thought process when you're doing stuff like that even in emergencies is like quality of life for that person. So one of the things is like you try to you. Know if you go below the knees better obviously can keep your joint You can do that. That's what you WanNa do and then you WanNa leave and that skin so they can have the you know. They're stomped his covered word within this game and they don't have to cut more to have skin that covers it. So there's an art to how you cut to do that. I'm assuming yeah. Yeah I never personally cut the links always with my orthopedic surgeon. I assisted with all that. So I'm assuming that they have some sort of clamping process above that artery wise. So that doesn't well you know there's a yeah so they can we'll for lens will determine kits and we do pneumatic tournament. If you're able to basically a large blood pressure cuff and we turn it up. Tests has taken a pressure on the stop bleeding in they'd get to work on the limb yet so you were there for ten months give or take. I know you bounced around a fair bit. Can you a describe just generally speaking with the living conditions were like a and b what your op tempo or operational tempo. Your schedule was like in terms of where you work in seven days a week or wizard. was there ever downtime. And what was the situation like wellbeing medical. We're just there when needed the needed. So I'm being at bastion you know. You're on schedule because at the hospital says I got hospital. You're doing shifts like any other place where I was because we were output output. We are pushed out further. We were just there for damage control. it just depended on you know what was going on around you so it would you know there's days where you have bench patients and there's as we're weeks where you wouldn't even have anything Sarah just it all dependent on the tempo of the troops were Living conditions quarters like so the first place down near Pakistan we all like all the girls stayed in one big ten in the guys in another big ten and sneaking over to each other's tents near it was all open base tied. You're a big ten. And then you had your thoughts not were lined up as this kind of boot camp where you're like right next to each other So that was that plays in a second-place ways eight man's hands that we were in but we were able to kind of carton off little areas with our five fifty blankets. And whatever you're selling like at that place we actually had beds in the tents that was gonNA as they Tehran's dining facilities or Mr Easer. No we had they had you know Defects so there is they had Cafeterias Korea throwing Capterra's both places. Listen bad I mean. I'm not picky. You know they give me something you all right so you finish the ten ten month. Call it. I mean I guess it's a deployment. It sounds like a fucking duty station in and of itself but so you wrap that ten months up you come back. Here's what I'm curious. Is that obviously you you know in the trauma in L. A.. You'd seen some some stuff and other points in your career you'd seen by comparison blips of trauma and chaos and you being in that environment where there's that Kinda shit going on and slipping around and blood and being in flights. Were you know you could just as easily be shot out of the fucking skies. The guy that that you're working working on was. How did you handle that coming back? Did you handle it well. Did it affect you significantly. What was that experience like coming coming home and now being because I know for me like I remember you know coming back from Iraq and you know being in bad Baghdad? Thirty six hours later like I'm driving a seven eleven fucking grabbing a drink. And that's a hard fucking thing to to deal with in in some ways. What was that like for you came home and my kid my youngest and know who I was? Yeah I've been gone between Haiti in Kazan So Haiti was his first birthday. And I didn't come back till a year and a half liter thirty two almost three focus theory. Yeah Yeah. He had no idea who I was. He'd scream every time I got him and that in itself is like as a mother league. Go My kid we But as dealing with you know at him and then I had my aid daughter. WHO's your thirteen months older than limbs? She was so he was too. She was three. And then my oldest which is an eight or nine So I'm trying to get back to A. Yeah you know driving down the street and dislike no I I can actually drive and go to the star and the all the freedoms that men were so medical we we are relentless like usually like you come back from the playmate your unit wants you to have downtime ray take some leave will slowly get back into a you know whatever it's usually like about a month before you're kind of back at it..

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"cafeteria korea" Discussed on Mike Drop

Mike Drop

12:51 min | 1 year ago

"cafeteria korea" Discussed on Mike Drop

"Hi His basically. Yeah so the other question is of all of the patients that you did your category a flights with did you. Were you able to follow up and know which ones made it in which ones dinner like once you pass him off. It's just no fucking idea. Some of them that stuck out in my head I would try to look for By Yeah we had no way which is way you know when they look at our transportation success no the people being counters or whatever they look at it and they're like Oh. I don't know why you guys are complaining about training because you've got like ninety nine something something percents success rate by that meaning. No nobody died in the cycle. We can't pronounce the New Zealand dead. So what you need to follow up on his how much much they lived afterwards. And I'll give you more realistic. No idea percentage of of what it was so as ever been a case where you've been able to reconnect with somebody that you worked on on a flight like years later. Now no but I was in the so when we transitioned from pain to Delaram We had to go to bastion to transition and Maria. There that's where the role three is rosemary being a bigger hospital bad like CT set up. specialty surgeons. And you have a cardiac you have a general. It's like it's just it's more like a hospital in in theater and my surgeon was like. Hey you guys need to go to the. Or are get some experience while we're here because being critical care nurses we weren't owners is but we still had to act like one in ten so he was going to get some experience over there so we go in there and the the first day we were there is when three five takeover saying it and from the British and you were just getting spunk. Spunk bartered with all these patients. Were we didn't really know what was going on at the time. Like what is going on and they would announced over the loudspeaker The ones that expired and then the winds ends that were coming in and it'll be like six coming six. They come here is six years which means they were not gonNa make a test and so and it was just constant and we had an open bay. Oh are so six beds in this whole big room so you know you still. I mean you know one patient per. Or while this wins. I you can look around and see we all the patients and being part of the team We had a lake shuffled through. We sat back and let the their their thing and then we would bring running back into the. Or and do our thing and we were getting so many patients missing their their legs. Also their genitals rule. Yeah Oh my God twenty year old kids again. This is not okay with me. It's not okay and I remember at one point we had incoming and I was like at the next. How can guide isn't have his deck? I'M GONNA lose my shit and I'm and I'm really good at keeping my shit together like I. It really takes a lot out on me. And I'm like didn't have his fucking dead. I'm like I'm done with this. And so you know I look in Martini amid brought him in which is the British medical merge they were amazing team they bring him in and the guy's given his report and I'm looking for standing behind the line right now. I'm looking for his day and I'm like this kid fucking day like he's already missing a leg. The other one was was like super mingled in I seized. ps now Mike Hopping. This is great. That's the metric for a success. That was yeah like at that point point I was yeah. I can't handle this. And so we bring him back and get them to the table and I'm helping my surgeon cut off his other leg which is already he's already losing both legs right. This is not okay. You know this is GonNa obviously his life and I looked so what usually happens. Orthopedic Surgeons are working on the Lens. And then you got the general surgeons working on the trunk of the body and I look over and the general surgeon nick. I've no luck you lost. I was like what do you like. He was like. There's nothing here. There's nothing you and I'm like. What are you talking about? And he like reaches out and pulls a heel of his boot out of his whole area area. What I saw was the skin? Oh Jesus Christ it had shredded the entire inside and it was stuck up in. There is a whole lot fork. Yeah yeah so I was. I all right so hang on a second. Let me let me dial it back. You know this is kind of news to me from A follow on standpoint with like close to me bag or cat like an internal Catholic. How does and obviously? It's it's happening quite a bit with lower extremity exposures common. So what does once they are stabilized. They make recovery whatever what is what is their flake with that. I talk to urologists. That was there and he was British and and he was Kinda cool because he was like anybody can make it to me in London. I will do the reconstruction for free. And he basically said he would have to reconstruct by zing leg pumps and different. The I don't know all the Seas Bay rebelled wine and he says he takes the skin from the forearm. Because it's like similar feeling in you know in any rebuilt and he says it's you know it's never for that person. It's for their significant other. Whatever they'll never have those feelings back bay it is something and for their wives or girlfriends? Static there's no like the doesn't work basically. Yeah it to my knowledge unless they've advanced even more I don't yeah that's that's absolutely so can still go to the bathroom from there now. So it's like a I don't know after Reconstruction Bay no you do a CPAP you bake which is a tube into the latter valley. Fuck me so I'll tell you what I don't care I can have the shittiest day moving forward Lord it's not GonNa seem like a Shitty day after hearing that Holy Fuck you know. And that's you know well like after he did that and I like lost shed a little bit and I'm helping my surgeon cut this goff and I remember just like he had the leg off seem that happen and I'm holding the leg and I'm looking around me and I'm just seeing like I'm slipping on. Fled emceeing body parts biohazard bags arms legs. You know and I'm looking around the tables and I'm like I'm in the fucking. Maybe sorry. This is a whore. I'm in a horror movie. I think this is not this. Sucks so Yeah I mean that that particular guy like stuck in my head and I you know to my knowledge is youth and okay and he's had a lot of hell open You know is Pretty Independent. I think so I just one thing. I'm curious about just just from a practicality standpoint you know in in situations like that where you're you know it's a you're expediting amputations Asians right because obviously there's the scheduled ones in a normal hospital where I'm assuming those go quite a bit different than dudes about fucking like what what what is that like I mean in terms of the tools used and how fast happens in like. Can you describe that I mean they. Just you know the orthopedic surgeons agents. Have you know they have drills. They have it's really like barbaric coming a lot like being at mechanic inc where they have ever. You know there's different knives in legged gig. We saw we call the wire you taken and Katelyn so about. How long does that take Komo news about like as few so? It's just making sure you have in the skin and all that stuff to end you try to preserve as much skin. Your your thought process when you're doing stuff like that even in emergencies is like quality of life for that person. So one of the things is like you try to you. Know if you go below the knees better obviously can keep your joint You can do that. That's what you WanNa do and then you WanNa leave and that skin so they can have the you know. They're stomped his covered word within this game and they don't have to cut more to have skin that covers it. So there's an art to how you cut to do that. I'm assuming yeah. Yeah I never personally cut the links always with my orthopedic surgeon. I assisted with all that. So I'm assuming that they have some sort of clamping process above that artery wise. So that doesn't well you know there's a yeah so they can we'll for lens will determine kits and we do pneumatic tournament. If you're able to basically a large blood pressure cuff and we turn it up. Tests has taken a pressure on the stop bleeding in they'd get to work on the limb yet so you were there for ten months give or take. I know you bounced around a fair bit. Can you a describe just generally speaking with the living conditions were like a and b what your op tempo or operational tempo. Your schedule was like in terms of where you work in seven days a week or wizard. was there ever downtime. And what was the situation like wellbeing medical. We're just there when needed the needed. So I'm being at bastion you know. You're on schedule because at the hospital says I got hospital. You're doing shifts like any other place where I was because we were output output. We are pushed out further. We were just there for damage control. it just depended on you know what was going on around you so it would you know there's days where you have bench patients and there's as we're weeks where you wouldn't even have anything Sarah just it all dependent on the tempo of the troops were Living conditions quarters like so the first place down near Pakistan we all like all the girls stayed in one big ten in the guys in another big ten and sneaking over to each other's tents near it was all open base tied. You're a big ten. And then you had your thoughts not were lined up as this kind of boot camp where you're like right next to each other So that was that plays in a second-place ways eight man's hands that we were in but we were able to kind of carton off little areas with our five fifty blankets. And whatever you're selling like at that place we actually had beds in the tents that was gonNA as they Tehran's dining facilities or Mr Easer. No we had they had you know Defects so there is they had Cafeterias Korea throwing Capterra's both places. Listen bad I mean. I'm not picky. You know they give me something you all right so you finish the ten ten month. Call it. I mean I guess it's a deployment. It sounds like a fucking duty station in and of itself but so you wrap that ten months up you come back. Here's what I'm curious. Is that obviously you you know in the trauma in L. A.. You'd seen some some stuff and other points in your career you'd seen by comparison blips of trauma and chaos and you being in that environment where there's that Kinda shit going on and slipping around and blood and being in flights. Were you know you could just as easily be shot out of the fucking skies. The guy that that you're working working on was. How did you handle that coming back? Did you handle it well. Did it affect you significantly. What was that experience like coming coming home and now being because I know for me like I remember you know coming back from Iraq and you know being in bad Baghdad? Thirty six hours later like I'm driving a seven eleven fucking grabbing a drink. And that's a hard fucking thing to to deal with in in some ways. What was that like for you came home and my kid my youngest and know who I was? Yeah I've been gone between Haiti in Kazan So Haiti was his first birthday. And I didn't come back till a year and a half liter thirty two almost three focus theory. Yeah Yeah. He had no idea who I was. He'd scream every time I got him and that in itself is like as a mother league. Go My kid we But as dealing with you know at him and then I had my aid daughter. WHO's your thirteen months older than limbs? She was so he was too. She was three. And then my oldest which is an eight or nine So I'm trying to get back to A. Yeah you know driving down the street and dislike no I I can actually drive and go to the star and the all the freedoms that men were so medical we we are relentless like usually like you come back from the playmate your unit wants you to have downtime ray take some leave will slowly get back into a you know whatever it's usually like about a month before you're kind of back at it..

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"cafeteria korea" Discussed on The Majority Report with Sam Seder

The Majority Report with Sam Seder

05:46 min | 1 year ago

"cafeteria korea" Discussed on The Majority Report with Sam Seder

"His friends are two faced fake friends. Fake friends key muller wetness indicted for or if three million dollar illegal campaign contributions including a one to trump. I mean to Clinton one to a you. Democratic Pack and one to trump's inauguration and buy one million all this and more on Today's Program Ladies and gentlemen welcome to the show. Everyone is here today. Full House as it were. You're in a studio. We have been watching the house. Judiciary Committee impeachment hearings at this stage where we're at and You know instead of going live with these today I I found them actually more interesting. Perhaps than I thought I would but there is no finding of fact at this hearing it is been only four law. Professors three of whom were called by the Democrats won by the Republicans who are arguing doing. Essentially the legal history of the concept of impeachment weather the facts as presented rented hearings that you may or may not have watched and have been recounted in the the House Intelligence Committee report constitute an impeachable offense or impeachable fences and eighty three of them. Say Yes one of them. Says it's GONNA make everybody mad so it shouldn't and we will. We will play clips from all of that In in just a moment before we get to that. Let's get to this Well let's do the NATO stuff. Do we have a clip of so. This is pretty stunning. And I think there is something. There's something relevant about this to what we're watching in terms of the impeachment each mint and it's not a defense of trump but it is an explanation of trump donald. Donald Trump is incapable for whatever reason. I'm not a trained psychiatrist. In fact I'm not even an amateur psychiatrist. I'm not an untrained psychiatrists I'm not in any way. Psychiatrist untreated patient. I am I am a treated baby. Cheated lied highly. Treated patients nation not necessarily cured but Donald Trump I think has a genuine inability ability to distinguish between him. And what what. What is a what? What personally has to do do with him and what has to do with the country? The one that matters me I only wanted to batters and I think it plays out in a multitude of ways not the least which of course it's in America's interest to leverage Aid Aid that has been congressionally. Appropriated for Ukraine's defense for my benefit because if it benefits me it benefits America. You say what's good for General Motors. That's right that's how he could remember. It's good for America and that's the difference grits Jake's Jackley and here is trump. I this is what starts doc. Now the second one that we have up there right is when he leaves. He's telling people he's leaving right. Yeah okay so let's start with this. This comes comes out in. I don't know I. There was euro news. Whatever I mean literally Euronews? They have a cocktail party. And it's actually sort of fascinating to watch these guys gather round and talk like you would. I mean it's so normal that it's almost bizarre. So you've got Boris Johnson. There you've got mccrone own you've got Trudeau. I can't see who else is there. I who is who is behind that guy. Oh cavalcade of schools. Yeah but there's also was. was there anybody else but there are any other leaders. There were a couple I think. Thank the only like players though are like it's Trudeau is mainly talking in macron and Boris Chatterbox Ti. Okay so everybody else marker and Prince's Francis but they're not kidding all right so and so the you can hear them talking but it is captioned and they are literally like they're talking like you could see. I'm quite convinced that you know if you went to like a high school and a Cafeteria Korea they would be like man. Did you guys such an idiot. Here is what they are what.

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"cafeteria korea" Discussed on Blank Check with Griffin & David

Blank Check with Griffin & David

11:23 min | 1 year ago

"cafeteria korea" Discussed on Blank Check with Griffin & David

"A pipe yes. He's always got a pipe he's got like a sort of cartoonish Lee clean like sort of like a doctor's coat you know and then the warden is played. She's called McQueen which is kind of a funny to St crash played by Barbara Steele L.. Who's like you know? She's from black Sunday. She's like actually yellow queen. Yeah right yeah. She's still around she's eight and a half. Yeah she's so good. Yeah she was in fucking. I'm looking at her career now. This is kind of crazy. The last movie she was was Lost River the Ryan Gosling. We would never saw that. He directed him being like that. Must Be Super Phantom Limb. Probably more like Mario Bava scoop super fans yeah. I think she plays the grandmother. She's in Parana like she's around. These great lost river is very much a rang. Gaza trying to make Mario Bava. It's like all the things. He likes about weird expressionistic like horror and genre films except no one was committing hitting him to the elements that those movies needed to sell right. Like it's just the sort of like visual shit weird film. I want to see him. Some people told Elliot's good I cannot allow for an hour at Canton or whatever but you know whatever I mean look. It's the kind of movie I wish people may have more often like. Even if it's it's not great like Gosling I I'm pro him. Yeah he's good. He's a Weirdo. Like people viewed. The movie is like being very effective. I just I also like the his response to being like an iconic hot and cool guy. Yeah Dr Era has been like. Oh No thank you Ah I don't want to ever talk to the press again. I'll make like movies sometimes. Goodbye like he hasn't really ever tried to be cool again. But here's what I love. I also love of that. It doesn't feel like he's doing the thing we sometimes complain about the Caprio where it's like. I need to fight against this as much as possible. He's movie is if it's a good part or a a a good role at a good project or whatever it's a character that has a Brooklyn accent while I was Gonna say he'll still be like yeah found. Play the hot guy you know like he's not like totally adverse to playing the Hawk guy. He's hot he's so fucking hot anywhere anytime at Ryan causing loss River Barbara Steele. She's very very goodness and she plays what seems like when she's introduced would be like a very one dimensional like Oh. It's like the scary headmistress as prison warden and she's got like little owl glasses and a very tight bond and whereas like you know very sharp jackets and everything but her character is kind of like contract with introspection. Yeah and like doubt about what she's doing this kind of a crazy moving. It's pretty nuts. It's like what happens in the movie just to summarize because we have we have three moves it anyway. That's the first thirty minutes and their intervention starts bad doctors start using a ton of electroshock. Bad doctor does bad things so they break out put right successfully right but they leave one behind right right because the threat is what he wants to do. Is he promises he will get. Ah prisoners out on good behavior early. He'll get them the pardon or the early release if they allow him to perform experimental which is all of him trying to test the limits of their subvert. Why am I struggling for the word now? He he wants to sexually take advantage of them. Batman he wants to make them submissive not by choice and his like but you have no other option so he's like shocking these these women until they're like anything to get me out of here and he's like I can cut a part of your brain out and they're like I guess. Oh no good very bad. Don't do it. I was thinking of doing that. No Oh no oh okay all right. Sorry just cancel K C S. They've already successfully escaped at this point and they start getting the reports parts from the prison cell right because they're just escape because they're like this electroshock therapy shits bad. Yeah they escape guys ever been on the Lam. Have I ever been on the Lam. No no I have never been on. The LIMP. Seems like a stressful sit- been on a Horse Pretty Hard Ryan. Yeah they don't really move around that much the Gallup they escape yeah men. They're like look in the these skate. Part is the least interesting. It's been like fifteen minutes Sushi. You probably do more crime. That's right that's the thing we're good at and they go and meet up with one of their friends who had gotten out of months earlier and she's now working at like a brothel where the service this is the the women wrestle them. Then it's like yeah right underwear wrestling without sex some of this stuff just sort of thinking. There's like multiple fights in the shower. Li like it's sort of like just required jumping my favorite sequences. We'll get to in a second look. Go back to it well. I just wanted to tell about the wrestling thing. But they go into the wrestling place to meet their friend and they just are like this fucking loser. Were here to see our friends. Get Out of here and then it turns out the guy is a cop and they're like look where like we just got a prison were hot. We figure out where to go into lay low in this guy's like fuck view. I'm a cop here's my badge. And they're like okay. I guess we're GONNA shoot the skull and they take out a gun. There's like a thirty second transition between. NBA You'd help us. We're trying to make an honest lives for ourselves to them being like we're we're going to be half killers we're gonNA shoot this coughing. Leave this courthouse this make wrestling place and just get Outta here My favorite sequence is when their friend is in solitary confinement. The one the sort of like nicest most innocent of the group who is the one who is going to be lobotomize right. Yeah she starts timing out. How long long their shower break is she counts? She's like one thousand two right to figure out the exact time they have between when they're brought to the showers when brought out and then she realizes that in the bathroom stalls event which she can unscrew and go through that leads to the opening above solitary confinement. So there's this great sequence. Where are you see her counting over and over again the movie what is this? And then finally like the fourth time she takes a bunch of food sneak said from the Cafeteria Korea and then goes through the vents counting second-by-second knowing how much time she has dropped the food down the vent including the grossest thing I've ever seen a movie she drops go ahead. It's funny you know like the immediately cracks and then a friend is like with my hands off the floor and then she starts starts eating egg with her hand and she has to go back in time and the second time she tries to do it. She's off on her timing. She gets caught and that's when when they put her in solitary and she gets stuck between a rock and hard place with the electric shocks and the potential lobotomy. So that's when they get the call. Hey things are going real skew. Her doctors gotten even worse. So the rescuer. They rescue her successfully and the movies. They rescue her. There's a big shootout. The shootout kills the bad guys like one by one the doctor and then Barbara Steele gets shot. Perfect and then they escape. It's one of those movies where they're like okay. I think the coast is clear like they. They're doing the shootout. They shoot the final bad guy in there like okay. Could they get in the car. The movie like as they're like closing the door car the credits start closure apparently cormon hated. He hated it in crazy. Mama they also get away with it at the end of Crazy Mama. They're just second now. We run a business and he was like what is why I love that right. So I mean that is clearly demi kind of be like doing his own thing right and being. I don't know why does have to end with crime paying if they got away with it. Right that's weird right like there's no atonement and there's no sort of punish Tomac is there. I mean like yeah what do they do they committed some okay right committed some crimes. They didn't a few murder. Yeah I suppose that's bad right but the prison guys are bad to yes. I don't know yeah it's not a more. It's mucked up system for all the credit. Everything's bad I like to. I like all the dream. Sequences also the talent show sequences incredible bizarre. There's this talent show sequencer. They do a talent seemingly like in the bathroom so like all. The stalls of the bathroom are like spray painted and it looks like like some like nineties. Like New York. Mark off off Broadway show and they're dressed up in drag doing like vaudeville routines It's great I forget all the graffiti graffiti they have on The the stall doors. But there's like funny shit because then crazy mama also kind of repeats that with the Burma Shave. They've signs they keep on seeing him putting in these sort of like Non sequitur tech strokes visually So that's cage cheap. That's cage he and he is going to make his next film fighting mad which is as you know. She's written a he wrote caged Steve. He wrote Fighting Mad. He's getting ready to make that bright and I just want to a point out the Fighting Kapiti just has like one paragraph which is in making the film producer. Roger Corman analysed three other recent low budget rural action thrillers. That had been big hits Billy Jack. Walking tall dirty. Mary Crazy Larry Very. He deduced that they had three things in common a hero with an offbeat side kick an unusual mode of transport and an interesting weapon. This is why the Peter Fonda character travels on old motorcycle with his toddler son and uses a crossbow. That last sentence is so good. And you know when I pulled it up I was like he's GonNa have across the whole thing he he only has across for the last ten minutes so you see him doing some ultra the arrows archer. David and he has John but he doesn't get to make this movie next because what's happening. Big Bad Mama. Is that the title of the film. Big Bad Mama. Nineteen seventy four cormon joint joint big hit. And they're like we need some of this hit big cast. Do you know who was in that Angie Dickinson Huge William Shatner well well host Star Trek. Lau Tom skerritt. Yes legend by the way. Yeah when scared that I just been watching I had never disappointed disappointing even obscure. TV show. I had wanted to pick offense other than random episodes go. I had stayed away from the Post. Diana years of cheers Osha because I was such a diane loyalist and not a huge fan. I was like I don't WanNa Watch the Rebecca years you're you're fucked up. When I finished I felt and I was like fuck it? I'm going to watch their back years. I'm still not crazy about the character. I'm only in her first season..

"cafeteria korea" Discussed on It's Been a Minute with Sam Sanders

It's Been a Minute with Sam Sanders

09:34 min | 1 year ago

"cafeteria korea" Discussed on It's Been a Minute with Sam Sanders

"Support for NPR and the following message come from Rockies Roth. These are the everyday flats for life on the go stylish wish versatile fully machine washable and they go with everything from a yoga pants dresses and skirts best of all. There's zero break in period. Thanks to their woven design. Seamlessly seamlessly crafted from recycled water bottles plus. Rossi's always come with free shipping and free returns and exchanges find out why buzzfeed called them there forever shoes use at rockies dot com slash minute support for this podcast comes from the John S. and James L. Knight Foundation helping NPR advanced journalistic excellence in the digital age when Bethany saw someone that looked a lot like her friend's boyfriend on the dating APP hinge Enj- I was like Oh my God. Did something happened this week. NPR's invisibility a- dives into the tricky business of sorting the real from the fake we are back you're listening to it's been a minute from NPR. The show where we catch up on the week that was I'm Sam Sanders here with two panelists. Sally herships independent journalist and director of the Radio Program at Columbia University School of journalism and Tracey Samuelson senior reporter at marketplace okay so glad you are here wacky question for you when you were in grade school. What was your favorite meal in the school area. Oh I know this Berkshire today now is a big one. I told her remember that far back but I do remember being incredibly sake that I got to Bhai twinkies highlight of lunch so I bring all this up because we're in the midst of back to school season and I've been thinking a lot about school lunches empire because of this really feel good story out of Saint Louis last week. There's this resident there Michelle Anderson and she has been giving out out free snack bags two kids in her neighbourhood who might be going hungry each day. I would just wonder like how would I would. I provide this for them. So I started making peanut butter and Jelly. I will take my change and it just went from there. You know this sounds like a feel good story but if you look past that warm fuzzy headline there's this larger problem. Federal data shows that more than one in ten American households with children are at some point food insecure insecure. Basically it's hard to feed everyone every meal every day. I like a lot of other folks just went around thinking that these kids could at least eat at school all through the free and reduced lunch programs et Cetera but even with that help. There's a growing problem for a lot of kids and their families dealing with food security school meal debt like. Did you know that for some kids in some school districts if they can't pay for their lunches the crew a negative balance for some of these kids that a debt can follow them. I didn't know the debt follows them but I did know that this was a problem and I knew that the school districts around the country threatening ending parents in various ways if we're not paid it's really really weird and this problem seems to be growing and so this week we found a woman in North Carolina who is trying to fix problems. She's been on a mission for a few years now to erase student debt in her school district. Her name is Kristen Thomson Riley and she began again doing this work to mark the twentieth anniversary of her father's death so we spoke earlier this week and she told me why and how she does it so kristen recalling you to talk about student launch de. This is a problem in your school district right. It is a problem in our school district and by the end of the school year if the students do not pay the debt and the debt falls on the responsibility of that particular school so then the school stuck with this bill from your knowledge. How big of a problem is this in your school district in your area. It's definitely a growing problem it initially when I started doing some research. It was several hundred dollars per school and last year. Actually I'm sorry this year March of Twenty Nineteen nineteen it was over ten thousand dollars for five of the local Public Nevin North Carolina schools and so we call Ju- issue today because you saw that problem student meal debt and you wanted to help turn that around what did you do so in two thousand fourteen. I decided to you do a day of good deeds and as part of that I had read an article where a gentleman had gone into a school and paid off the negative lunch balances and you you know it hit close to me and I thought well that would be a great thing to do so I reached out to a teacher at the high school who was a friend of mine who had connections with the Cafeteria Korea and he told me that their debt was five hundred and fifty dollars and I reached out just via text to about a dozen friends who also had children children at the high school and we raised six hundred and fifty dollars and the debt was actually five fifty so they ended up putting a couple of the kids with the most need the positive. So how many schools do you help now. Six there are six public schools and and that's been my primary focus because the debts. Let's have grown. I have just stuck with six rather than branching out because I want to. I want to take care of the schools in my town so when you have this day of good deeds. It's you you in the neighborhood trying to get this money. Like what do you do to get the donations. So what I've started to do is about six weeks in advance reach each out to either the principals vice principals and they give me their goals like where they're negative lunch balances are and so I set those goals way in advance so that I can start posting on social media and get additional exposure and give people time to make donations so you know now. Unfortunately I can't raise five or six thousand dollars in a day it takes time so I usually start at the beginning of February so people can and start donating at their leisure and they can see where the goals are in which schools that they would like to contribute to Gotcha. Do you interact personally in your work work with kids. Families who are struggling with these food security issues who can't pay those student meal debts actually had a single mom reach out to me a couple of years ago and sent me the nicest note about how she had been struggling and we took a huge burden off of her by donating donating and alleviating that negative balance for her kid and those messages are the reason why do this year after year so this is something approaching a happy ending for your school district but this student meal debt is a big and growing problem across the country in some school districts are doing some really weird stuff to deal with it. there are some school districts where if a student incurs launched launch debt the debt follows these children all the way through the end of high school. I've read some stories where students aren't allowed to go to things like homecoming Maine or prom if their student meal that isn't paid their other school districts where if the kids cannot pay for the meal and they don't qualify five for free or reduced the cafeteria will serve them an alternate meal which is often like PB and J. Sandwich. I like fruits and vegetables but other kids see that and they kinda shame them for this called lunch shaming How bad is it for kids in your district when they aren't able to pay the debt. What does the school school do. Now I mean of course it's all paid off because of you but before you help them pay off. What was I guess. Punishment for. Kids couldn't pay well. Some of the schools roles will restrict them from extracurricular activities as far as like a middle school dance or something like that if they have a negative lunch balance. Oh my God how do you feel about that. I think it's cruel. It's not the children's fault but they still continue to feed the kids. I have not heard of any scenario locally where a child has been turned away because he or she had a negative lunch balanced which is which is Great Gotcha besides having these kids in middle school who'll possibly miss a school dance over the student debt what other measures were the schools taking before you kind of stepped in to fill these gaps. I think for the most part at at least with principals in the elementary school. They just continued to let the kids eat lunch. I mean their their children there under the age of ten and so you know at that that point when they come in and they have a negative balance in their hungry. The school feeds them You said that you were kind of inspired to do this. Work Tomorrow the anniversary of the passing of your father yes. What do you think he would say to you. Oh now see and you do this. I think he would say a job I would say good job to this is really heart warming stuff that you're doing well. I I really appreciate it and I thank you so much..

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"cafeteria korea" Discussed on Reality TV RHAP-ups: Reality TV Podcasts

Reality TV RHAP-ups: Reality TV Podcasts

03:59 min | 1 year ago

"cafeteria korea" Discussed on Reality TV RHAP-ups: Reality TV Podcasts

"Yes vastly different yeah. The James says cool here yes. I thought you referred together guy. I know and the Andy Dalton it doesn't have hair. He has not notable hair. Yes unfortunately though the natty Ninja here is going to go out on the wing nuts and will not qualify yes R._I._p.. I feel like it was weird that we started with two people who went the way it was a little strange the they're going to build up the wingnut since difficult even though a lot of people got through them. Yeah we already know that all right then we had Johnny Tila. How many countries did it say this guy I had like like one hundred and twelve or something are even possible hundred six? They said he's got like his parents had like his dad was like one of nine in siblings and his mom was like six yeah and then all of them had kids. I guess so crazy Michigan there you go. He this kind of the funding package. I feel like they could have just read this statistic of how many cousins he had would have been fine but yeah I can't even imagine I only have four cousins very small family yeah so get you can get get on the program. I can't get on this program without story. The four cousin Ninjas a terrible nickname all right well. Maybe you should just get more cousins. Go back in time and tell my parents wants to have more siblings. I guess tell their parents no need to be sarcastic. Just grow more siblings. I don't know how to do that. I guess I will have more cousins when I get married there. You you must find somebody along. The lines of johnny has that many cousins now all right. I'll look they cousins in law so works Lake Yeah but who says that probably johnny he probably just cousins I guess so all right well He. He is also as you mentioned going to get to the wing. That's and then go out. Yes then we had logan broadbent bent earrings swing Jamie Ross who went out on this spinning bridge and Hugh Berkey who went out on the wing nuts and he was the magician who then but not happen to test no oh okay. This is the guy that did the card Trick Okay Lots of supernatural occult stuff happening. They really wanted to be like we're having such a great time here in Cincinnati with all this silly crazy nonsense right gas so much silly L._A.. Crazy nonsense at one point that says we're definitely having fun here in Cincinnati and I was like that's definitely something I hear from somebody having fun there gun to your head definitely Amanda Odell is the Lunch Lady Ninja. I don't know if she actually caught herself out but she's okay good and she's a lunch lady a Mama for even though she looks eighteen yes and I I thought she was really really doing a little bit of a humble brag at the start. She was like you know when you think of lunch lady yeah and then there's me yeah like like okay okay. She encourages kids to eat healthy. Yes and sluggishly <hes> some awkward scenes here Yeah School Cafeteria Korea for being like do you want to eat your veggies and then promptly handing them a hamburger.

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