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What Will Our Diets Look Like in 2030?

The Charlie Kirk Show

02:21 min | Last week

What Will Our Diets Look Like in 2030?

"Economic Forum asked the question, is it what will our diet look like in 2030? This is an official document from the World Economic Forum. It says oils like canola oil are more sustainable. Plus reduced levels of toxic testosterone. Now, what's amazing is that if you talk to any nutritionist, if you talk to any weight trainer, they will tell you to stay away from canola oil that seed oils are the worst thing for you. And by the way, you find seed oils in a lot of salad dressings. That's really where you find a lot of seed oils. You find seed oils, sometimes you find them in kind of just like, I don't want to say candy bars, but a lot of the kind of more processed foods canola oil is really, really bad for you. It's in almost everything. I'm not being my memories, not what it should be on working canola oil is it's in every type of food. I just think about salad dressings immediately. It's really bad for you. And the World Economic Forum is pushing forward, oils like canola are more sustainable, plus reduced levels of toxic testosterone. They also say we're going to be intermittently fasting. We'll eat 40% less food in 2030 to meet net zero. Oh, really? This is good for our waistlines and good for the planet. You can eat nothing and be happy. Is this document legit Connor? Can I just, before I can I can we just please double check? This is not some sort of knock off, you'll eat nothing and you'll be happy. Alternative proteins, a third of our protein will come from soy based protein, lab grown meat and up cycled citizens. Do not eat plant based meat anymore, anybody. It's really not good for you. I try to eat Elk and venison at least once a week. It is more expensive, but it's very good for you. In fact, I had Elk burgers last night, really tasty. Bison is very good for you. Just eat, what can be, I'm not against eating plants, obviously. But eat something, if you're a man, try to eat red meat a couple times a week. I'm not gonna tell you what to do. Maybe you have a bad reaction to it. But generally, our diets, I think, are making us weaker, are making us more confused. And in fact, there is some research to show that canola oils, too much soy, not enough meat, not a balanced diet, does play into depression and anxiety.

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Candy, cash, gifts: How rewards help recovery from addiction

AP News Radio

00:56 sec | 2 weeks ago

Candy, cash, gifts: How rewards help recovery from addiction

"For an increasing number of Americans addiction treatment involves not only hard work but also earning rewards Harold Lewis and Connecticut has been fighting drug addiction for years Things have changed since he started earning small prizes I'll take the stop and shop gift card It's for attending meetings and staying in treatment for opioid addiction Psychologist Sarah Becker at northwestern university says rewards programs are powerful Biologically the use of substances lights up the same part of the brain that is lit up when a person wins the lottery falls in love or experiences something really positive and exciting Studies have shown rewards work better than counseling alone for addictions It's working for Harold Lewis It makes recovery fun because recovery should be fun because you're getting your life back And the Biden administration backs the method in its national drug control strategy I'm Ed Donahue

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Kelly Shackelford on the Separation of Church and State

The Doug Collins Podcast

01:16 min | 3 weeks ago

Kelly Shackelford on the Separation of Church and State

"This idea of separation of church and state is not that they are these two blocks that never do me. It's going back and I want to explain that one a little more for folks so that they can, you know, for those who have been indoctrinated saying, oh, you can't have a cross on public property. You can't pray at a school board meeting. In terms that now can lighten them a little bit more. How does this lemon overturning, but this candy case helped them? Yeah, separation, I mean, number one, it's not in the word separation of church and state or nowhere in the constitution. And most people think it's in there. It's not. The first clause of the First Amendment says, Congress shall make no law respecting an establishment of religion. And in other words, we are not going to establish a national church that everyone has a support. That's what they came from from the Church of England. That is it. I mean, that's all that's in there. So there's nothing about separation of church saint. It's not about it's about not having an established church. Which I don't think we're in danger of the denominational differences and all the diversity out there on that. There is no way we would ever have. We can't even have two bad discharges in the same room. There's first and second, can't even come together, right?

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What Does Chef Andrew Gruel Have Against Raisins?!

America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

01:15 min | Last month

What Does Chef Andrew Gruel Have Against Raisins?!

"Andre, Andrew gruel, welcome to America first. Thank you so much for having me. And let me say as well. Count me in for a $1000. I'll go to sed four the dot com right after this and make a donation. Oh my gosh, God bless you. Did you hear that guys? He didn't know I was going to say that. He just came on the show as a guest, heard the call and he is donating a $1000. Wow, that's 4000 meals. God bless you, Andrew, thank you, thank you, thank you, Seb goka, dot com guys. Please, any amount makes a difference. Thank you, Andrew. All right, I want to talk about your Twitter account. I want to talk about the fact that you are a famous chef, you're a TV judge, but first I want to have it out with you. I have a bone to pick with you. What do you have against raisins, Andrew? I love raisins. You know what? You know what it is, is that somebody gave me a cookie when I was like four years old and they told me it was a chocolate chip cookie. And I bit into that expecting that tweet, you know, natural bite from that chocolate chip, and it was a wet raisin. And ever since then, my life is just not in the same. All right, I'm reading a tweet from his feet, grapes are 80% water. Raisins are 10% water. Why would anyone eat raisins? 'cause they're yummy. They need just candy. We can disagree on that one.

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Rainbow Colored Fentanyl Pills Pour Over Southern Border

The Officer Tatum Show

01:30 min | Last month

Rainbow Colored Fentanyl Pills Pour Over Southern Border

"Rainbow colored fentanyl pills pour over southern border, hitting American cities. I don't know if you've seen pictures of these pills. They literally a multi colored pills and a fentanyl pills. I think at least two or three dudes that I went to school wouldn't play football with die from OD and over fentanyl pills. Now they won't say they did. Oh, the person died in the hotel. I know what Don in the hotel is. They won't tell you out of respect for the family or whatever, it's not suicide. It's more than likely because I knew the guy in school, more than likely he was taking fentanyl pills and he got a hold of some bad stuff. And it says that the pills resemble candy and sidewalk chalk pouring over the southern border. Resembling candy in sidewalk chalk. Pouring over the southern border are plunging cities nearby. Are plaguing cities nearby. I see what they're saying. It looks like it looks like candy or chalk that you can write on the sidewalk. That didn't make any sense. I don't know who ever wrote that sentence. I need to go back to English school. Or maybe go to my public school. So they can help people like me understand how they write the English like that. Over 15,000 rainbow color fentanyl pills that look like a small piece of candy were seized Wednesday after authorities found a deadly drug just strapped around the person's leg, deadly drugs dropped around a person's leg at the nogales port of entry at the United States Mexico border in Arizona.

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The Questionable Way Kristen Bell and Dax Shepherd Raise Their Kids

AJ Benza: Fame is a Bitch

02:33 min | 2 months ago

The Questionable Way Kristen Bell and Dax Shepherd Raise Their Kids

"Dax shepherd and Kristen Bell's marriage. They constantly bring up such private issues about their marriage. Such as close sleeping, such as Dax falling back onto drugs and just there was another story not too long ago where Kristen had some kind of, I think it's called mastitis where her milk duck was blocked and it's hard for a kid to get the milk out. So Dax in the shower sucked really hard on his wife's breast and got whatever you wanted to blockage out and spit it out in the shower. I mean, this is some weird shit. You know what I mean? Don't you think? Can you do that? When I hear that story, it gets me a little weird out. Suck it on your wife's breasts to get something out of it mess Titus. I'm sure it's painful for a woman, but there's gotta be a better way to do it than having you husband in the shower, taking care of you like that. Anyhow, these two are always talking about their private lives and something she said the other day was pretty ridiculous. They're now sleeping in their own bed, the kids, but they don't always have good nights of sleep. So what she's done recently, she gives them melatonin gummies to knock them out quicker. Now, here's the thing. Kristen Bell has a company that sells melatonin and gummy bears. So maybe she's trying to promote her business, but I don't think this is a great idea. A to talk about it be to do it. There's always a lot to unpack when it comes to these two talking about their marriage. They always make headlines for the wrong reason. And they've spoken out about everything from the mastitis in the shower to self regulating hard period, they've talked about the divorce between Chris Pratt and Anna Faris, and also most recently, the frequency in which she and her husband bathe their kids. And what they said at that point was it's a privilege to bathe your kids. We only bathe them when we can smell the stink on them. Laval days without bathing that without their kids baby. They're those kind of parents. I think they stepped it at this time. Because, you know, melatonin, that's not even FDA approved I don't believe. It's asleep. It's a sleep hormone. And it's yet to be approved by the FDA for use in kids and adolescents where all the doses are still possible, especially in gummy bear form, kids look at that and think it's candy.

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Malcolm Nance: People Are Planning a Civil War

Stephanie Miller's Happy Hour Podcast

01:56 min | 2 months ago

Malcolm Nance: People Are Planning a Civil War

"I don't know if you heard that. What's his name? Am I saying this right, van tatenhove, the former oath keeper that testified yesterday. I literally said to Travis. I'm like, I felt like I was reading out of Malcolm Nance's book. Talking about Civil War him talking about what could happen next, the ongoing insurgency were you struck by that, too? Yeah. I mean, it's just absolutely ironic that this guy testifies on my book launch day. And look, you know, I went out, I was up and upstate New York. We had a big discussion about this book on public radio. And I'm going to be honest with you and your listeners. This book is terrifying. It's terrifying, but it is critical everyone understands what they're up against here. And that's part of the problem. People are, you know, spend more time paying playing candy crush and not realizing guys like this are out there planning, buying ammunition, preparing for Civil War. And if he hadn't been arrested, I mean, I don't even think he was particularly, you know, particularly chased over what he did on the revolution on insurrection. The part where he said we need to stop mincing words. It was an armed revolution. I mean, I think the parts where you saw all the people online and what they were saying, reacting to Donald Trump's orders. It's exactly what you've been saying. This is a Civil War. This is an ongoing insurgency. Well, you know, I'm going to break my arm patting myself on the back again because no one else is going to do it. I said this on November 6th, 2020. Two days after the election, I was on real time with Bill Maher and I said, you want gloom and doom. I'm going to give you bloom and doom. There won't be any kumbaya, right? Yeah. It will be insurgency.

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Zuby Isn't Afraid to Say Obesity Is Not Healthy

The Eric Metaxas Show

01:55 min | 2 months ago

Zuby Isn't Afraid to Say Obesity Is Not Healthy

"So health is important to you. And you've written a children's book called the candy calamity. So, but let's talk about health for a second. When you I mean, the idea that you want to write a book for kids on health. How is it that we talk about health in this country? There's this new thing now where if somebody's really heavy, you're not even supposed to say, oh, that's not good. Your body shaming me. What are you talking about? If I see somebody who's like really pale or really this or that you just said, you don't look healthy. And you could say it in a mean way or you could say it in a loving way, but somehow there's this thing out there now where they're putting pictures of really heavy people on the covers of magazine like this is aspiration. I'm thinking, I don't know if that's aspirational. That strikes me as maybe a bad message. But what do you say? I agree with you completely, if anything, I think you've sugarcoated it a little. I think it's an absolute catastrophe. I think it's a complete inversion of reality. And I think on many levels, we're living in a time and in an age where emotionality is has taken over reality. Everything is about political correctness and being so PC that you never step on any toes or potentially hurt the feelings of the most fragile egos and people out there. And this leads to a denial or even an inversion of reality. Obesity is not healthy. It's really bad to be obese. It shortens your lifespan, puts you at risk of many, many diseases from various types of cancer to a heart attacks, to strokes, to diabetes. That's a huge statement. I know it's true, but I haven't heard this recently. Being overweight puts you at risk for a list you've just given us a litany of gruesome diseases. This is a fact. This is not your opinion. Yes.

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Zuby Describes His First Children's Book 'The Candy Calamity'

The Eric Metaxas Show

01:53 min | 2 months ago

Zuby Describes His First Children's Book 'The Candy Calamity'

The LIV Tour Is at Pumpkin Ridge—be Sure to Check It Out

Fore The People

01:16 min | 3 months ago

The LIV Tour Is at Pumpkin Ridge—be Sure to Check It Out

"The live tour this week, right, is it pumpkin ridge, and I played there, we had a corn ferry tour event. It was a regular one. It was before they moved the final thing there or whatever. Or maybe it was the last regular season before the playoffs. That's what it was. Have you played pumpkin ridge before? I think it's unbelievable. Yeah, it was made famous really, because Tiger Woods won his last U.S. amateur there, super come from behind his third consecutive U.S. amateur. And he are 6th consecutive USGA title after three junior amps, but it's awesome, dude. This is the kind of the event really they would have to have there because logistically it's probably 40, 30 to 45 minutes, maybe from downtown Portland. Not crazy far, but it's far enough out. There's not any hotels close so, you know, they're going to get a gallery, obviously, but it'll be like a tighter vibe. I think there's maybe two courses, but really there's a lot of eye candy as far as golf hole eye candy on TV. Like really cool like pawns and rivers and it's kind of some holes weaving through the wood, some crazy breaking greens. It's a perfect type of event. To host their and if you guys haven't seen pumpkin ridge on TV, you should check

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Revisiting the Kennedy Assasination

Dennis Prager Podcasts

01:30 min | 3 months ago

Revisiting the Kennedy Assasination

"So let me tell you, so obviously, for you, this is ancient history. For me, I was a very young kid, but I vividly recall, vividly, it recall it happening. And I want to tell you one interesting reaction I had. So how old was I? Let me think. 1963. 60 so I was, I was 12. So yeah, 12. So I no, no, no, she was being 14. That's not true. I was 14. I was not that young. I was young. But the thing that sticks out the most with me, that was a Friday that I recall very well, so Sunday I lived, I lived in Brooklyn, New York, and I lived a 15 minute walk from the subway station, which was elevated, where I was. And I walked there all the time, you know, if I wanted to get a drink or go to the candy store and get a newspaper, it's where newspapers were sold. Candy stores. Anyway, I'm walking there Sunday morning. And I see the subway train go by. And I remember what I thought. The president of the United States was just killed and the trains are running. Like nothing happened.

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'Grave of the Fireflies' Brings the Firebombing of Kobe to Life

Key Battles of American History

02:38 min | 4 months ago

'Grave of the Fireflies' Brings the Firebombing of Kobe to Life

"When we sat down to watch this, I told my daughters, you have to see the very first line. You can not miss the very first thing that is spoken because I don't know about your house. I don't know about it in our listeners house, but when we put on a movie oftentimes, people are up, still getting popcorn or still getting a drink or just wandering around or on their phones or something, and because a lot of movies, to be honest with you, they take a while to really get going, but not this one grabs you right off the bat and the very first line is this. September 21st, 1945. That was the night I died. And you just kind of like, oh, okay, well that takes away the suspense of what's going to happen in the end. That say to the teenage boy who's speaking. And so in part one, we are taken into a subway, and it's after the war. On that day, shortly after the end of World War II, a young boy sits against a pillar at Sano Mia station and he's dying of starvation. People walk by expressing disgust about him and calling him a trap. Later that night, after he dies, janitor removes his body and digs through his possessions, finding nothing, but a candy tin containing ashes and a few fragments of bone, which he throws away into a nearby field. From the tin, springs the spirit of the young boy, followed by his little sister, along with the cloud of fireflies. The spirit of the young boy whose name is saita begins to tell the story of how he and his sister sets go fared in the wake of the firebombings of Kobe during the war. So what do you think, what were your thoughts about that opening part, Sean? I mean, it is very bleak. Yeah. This is not a particularly uplifting movie. No, but this is also a film from a different culture. Right. And there's different perspective on there's a different perspective on life and perception and on death. And on the afterlife. And so at the same time, we have, there's plenty of thumbs out there, you know, go watch sunset boulevard, there's plenty of American films about a character who's narrating what happened to them before they died. So this is not unique to Japan. But it is certainly it is a very realistic portrayal and depiction. The train station is a horrifying thing. Right. And we'll talk about this later. But yes, this certainly gets you and says, hey, this is something that really happened. And this is something that occurred. And then we start to go into the fantasy, but the reality is right there in front of you. At the beginning.

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"candy" Discussed on NPR's Book of the Day

NPR's Book of the Day

05:51 min | 5 months ago

"candy" Discussed on NPR's Book of the Day

"It's a moral dilemma that the characters face in Jennifer Egan's latest book, the candy house. In the world that I've created, never trust a candy House is an expression that people use, meaning be careful of things that at first appear inviting. And later, the phrase comes up again in a more positive light, which is a kind of aging rocker who's hoping that his remixing of old songs by this band that was really popular in the 90s will be a kind of candy house to bring in a whole generation of younger listeners, the candy house follows some of the same characters from Jennifer Egan's 2010 novel a visit from the goon squad. Their lives overlap, but she told me their backstories stand alone. When I was in one person's story, I didn't worry terribly about how they were connected to everyone else. In that same way that our own sensibility, we are living our own lives and not necessarily thinking about the lattice work of connection around us. But I do think social media has made a lot of people more aware than they were before of the connections among us. This general sense of things being connected is something we live with more and more. And it really has kind of a technological origin. Right, and that's a huge theme in the book. Let's get into one of the characters. And that the novel opens with Vick's fountain. Now a successful tech entrepreneur who can barely go anywhere without being recognized. Tell us about him. Will he appears very briefly in a visit from the goon squad, where he predicts the impact of social media. And he talks about how everyone will be connected. So I knew when I wrote that that I had a feeling that he would go on to invent social media. And I wanted to revisit him after he had done that and achieved that sort of first name tech icon status, but the situation that I found myself exploring is Bix at 41, unable to come up with a new idea. I mean, he feels like everything he's done is nothing if he can't come up with something new, so he ends up disguising himself and going to a discussion group hoping that somehow the conversation will spur an insight that will get him past this mental block. And it actually ends up working..

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Brittney Griner Hates America, yet She Needs America

The Larry Elder Show

01:14 min | 6 months ago

Brittney Griner Hates America, yet She Needs America

"A moment ago, I spoke about the WNBA star her name is Brittany griner. Who was arrested at an airport in Russia. This is the same Britney Reiner, who said, about the national anthem, I'm not going to be out there for the national anthem. She said two years ago, if the league referring to the WNBA, continues to want to play at that fine, it'll be all season long, I'll not be out there. I feel like more are probably going to do the same thing. I can only speak for myself. And she said earlier, yeah, we're here to play basketball, but basketball doesn't mean anything in a world where you just can't live. We can't wake up and do whatever we want to do. Go for a run, go to the store and buy some candy. I presume she referring to Trayvon Martin. Drive your car without fear of being wrongfully pulled over. I just want to challenge everybody to do more. Write the story that might be tough. Take a chance, ask a question that's tough. Don't let it be silent. We don't get asked enough what's going on in our communities, and I think that's a shame.

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The Flawed Logic of Critical Race Theory

The Dinesh D'Souza Podcast

02:13 min | 7 months ago

The Flawed Logic of Critical Race Theory

"I want to talk about the flawed logic of critical race theory as we can see a dramatically in a recent statement by one of the kind of apostles of CRT. This is ibram X kendi author of how to be an antiracist. And now Kennedy recently put out an article and this was not his article, but he was sharing the article from vox. And let's talk about the article first, and then we'll get the candies interpretation. So the article shows very clearly that it's talking about a government accountability office. A GAO study. And it shows that in K through 12 schools across the board. And this doesn't matter if you're dealing with schools that are in more affluent neighborhoods or schools in the suburbs, the inner city schools, it makes no difference. You basically see that black children black kids have much greater disciplinary problems. And there's a graph here it covers a bunch of different things out of school suspensions in school suspensions, referral to law enforcement, expulsion, school related arrests, and in every case you see that the numbers for blacks are large. And the numbers for every other group are smaller. The Asian Americans seem to have the least problems, then whites and Hispanics and blacks. Now, we've seen this pattern in academic achievement, but here it was seeing it on the back end we're seeing it on the disciplinary end. Now, the GO study is very careful to say that this could point to a systematic pattern of discrimination in the schools, but it doesn't need to because there are other possible explanations for why this would be the case. And but here's where ibram kendi comes in. He doesn't think that there are any other explanations. So he thinks that there are two explanations. Number one, black kids are inferior to white kids, and therefore they have more problems because they are more defective group. And ibram kendi, of course, flatly rejects that possibility, and therefore the only other possibility is racism.

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Celebrate With Chocolate (MM #3981)

The Mason Minute

01:00 min | 8 months ago

Celebrate With Chocolate (MM #3981)

"The mason minute. With Kevin mason. It's Valentine's Day. You have a hard time finding any chocolate around your favorite drugstore, big box store right now. And often wonder why chocolate is associated with Valentine's Day. So you have to go back to the origins of Valentine's Day. Actually the feast of saint Valentine in the year four 96. Then in the 1300s, Valentine's Day became associated with the lovey dovey stuff. Thanks to chaucer. But when did chocolate come in? When do we start celebrating Valentine's Day with chocolate? And of course, the simple answer is? Well, no one really knows. Now in Mayan culture and Aztec culture, chocolate is always been adored and treated as a symbol of love. So they're thinking, perhaps it all kind of melded together there from the category of Europe into the Catholics in Mexico associating with the Mayans and the Aztecs at least. That's what somebody's thinking, but again, nobody knows. American candymakers started getting involved in the 1860s, so the answer to our question, nobody really knows billions of dollars are spent on candy and more for Valentine's Day.

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Celebrate With Chocolate (MM #3981)

The Mason Minute

01:00 min | 8 months ago

Celebrate With Chocolate (MM #3981)

"The mason minute. With Kevin mason. It's Valentine's Day. You have a hard time finding any chocolate around your favorite drugstore, big box store right now. And often wonder why chocolate is associated with Valentine's Day. So you have to go back to the origins of Valentine's Day. Actually the feast of saint Valentine in the year four 96. Then in the 1300s, Valentine's Day became associated with the lovey dovey stuff. Thanks to chaucer. But when did chocolate come in? When do we start celebrating Valentine's Day with chocolate? And of course, the simple answer is? Well, no one really knows. Now in Mayan culture and Aztec culture, chocolate is always been adored and treated as a symbol of love. So they're thinking, perhaps it all kind of melded together there from the category of Europe into the Catholics in Mexico associating with the Mayans and the Aztecs at least. That's what somebody's thinking, but again, nobody knows. American candymakers started getting involved in the 1860s, so the answer to our question, nobody really knows billions of dollars are spent on candy and more for Valentine's Day.

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Celebrate With Chocolate (MM #3981)

The Mason Minute

01:00 min | 8 months ago

Celebrate With Chocolate (MM #3981)

"The mason minute. With Kevin mason. It's Valentine's Day. You have a hard time finding any chocolate around your favorite drugstore, big box store right now. And often wonder why chocolate is associated with Valentine's Day. So you have to go back to the origins of Valentine's Day. Actually the feast of saint Valentine in the year four 96. Then in the 1300s, Valentine's Day became associated with the lovey dovey stuff. Thanks to chaucer. But when did chocolate come in? When do we start celebrating Valentine's Day with chocolate? And of course, the simple answer is? Well, no one really knows. Now in Mayan culture and Aztec culture, chocolate is always been adored and treated as a symbol of love. So they're thinking, perhaps it all kind of melded together there from the category of Europe into the Catholics in Mexico associating with the Mayans and the Aztecs at least. That's what somebody's thinking, but again, nobody knows. American candymakers started getting involved in the 1860s, so the answer to our question, nobody really knows billions of dollars are spent on candy and more for Valentine's Day.

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Celebrate With Chocolate (MM #3981)

The Mason Minute

01:00 min | 8 months ago

Celebrate With Chocolate (MM #3981)

"The mason minute. With Kevin mason. It's Valentine's Day. You have a hard time finding any chocolate around your favorite drugstore, big box store right now. And often wonder why chocolate is associated with Valentine's Day. So you have to go back to the origins of Valentine's Day. Actually the feast of saint Valentine in the year four 96. Then in the 1300s, Valentine's Day became associated with the lovey dovey stuff. Thanks to chaucer. But when did chocolate come in? When do we start celebrating Valentine's Day with chocolate? And of course, the simple answer is? Well, no one really knows. Now in Mayan culture and Aztec culture, chocolate is always been adored and treated as a symbol of love. So they're thinking, perhaps it all kind of melded together there from the category of Europe into the Catholics in Mexico associating with the Mayans and the Aztecs at least. That's what somebody's thinking, but again, nobody knows. American candymakers started getting involved in the 1860s, so the answer to our question, nobody really knows billions of dollars are spent on candy and more for Valentine's Day.

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"candy" Discussed on This is Today

This is Today

07:41 min | 11 months ago

"candy" Discussed on This is Today

"One. I'm russ and here's what you need to know about today. Well first of all it's national men make dinner day. Let that sink in for saying yeah. Yesterday was national housewife's day. I said that's mildly offensive isn't it. It's kind of an old school term and then you've got men make dinner. Why can't men make dinner any day. I guess maybe this is You know we got a theme going on this week. It's mildly offensive week. Maybe sexist week. I don't know but Guys make dinner actually. What this does is it. Gives me an opportunity to talk about food. Which i love now actually make dinner almost every night and i love doing it because i love cooking especially love cooking outside And then i thought we'll do. I know how to cook the things that i should know how to cook so i did a little search here. I found bone apetite They have a top actually twenty-seven. I'm going to go to the top ten here and make sure that i know how to cook these So let's see here. We've got out of the chicken potpie. I don't know how to do it. That's number one on the list. And i heard failing on this list. I am not a fan of chicken. Potpie i'm not sure if that's a recipe that everyone should know how to cook like i don't know if enough people love it. I'm not a huge fan of it. I know a lot of people that i have talked to about this or not huge fans of it. It just seems like it's one of those traditional things that we cook and so maybe that is why it's on the list. Okay number two garlic bread now. I'm a master at garlic bread. I do love garlic bread. But it's probably because of you know butter and garlic right there. You've got to win sometimes throwing some parmesan cheese on top notch. Pretty good Paprika actually on it sometimes is actually kind of cool so yeah you can do some fun stuff with with garlic bread okay. Chocolate chunk cookies. And now i've heard chocolate chip chocolate chunk. That sounds even better. So i i do know how to cook those. I don't enough. I probably should do that. More for tatas. I'm not a fan. That's another thing where i feel like you know when you get into that a ground you either have people that love it or hate it and i'm i'm much more of a fan of an omelette The other day. I talked about hard boiled eggs and all that stuff and The friend that i was talking about actually texted me saying that I totally grossed out. She was going to dry heaving during the podcast So i'll change the subject here in won't continue that but omelettes the great lots of eggs in those a caesar salad. How about that one. Yeah i don't know why people need to know how to make a caesar salad. It's just you know some lettuce like us. The caesar salad dressing. i guess. Maybe if you made your own dressing. That's an accomplishment. But it doesn't seem that hard to make caesar salad. So yeah i guess That should be on the list here. Eh spaghetti and meatballs that makes sense to be on the list fried chicken. That's on the list. And i wish i knew. Actually it's not that. I wish i knew. I wish i wasn't afraid to make fried chicken. I just feel like i'm gonna make a mess in it. I don't know if i'm going to cook it like enough. I don't know enough about this. And i love good fried chicken It's just. I don't think i can do it right out of the gate so i don't know what's going to happen there. Maybe someday i'll try that And then the last three items on the list here brownies. I think we should all know how to do that. That's that's a good thing pancakes. Well that's easy. But i honestly just prefer the mix you know like it's it's kind of like When you go to somebody's house for thanksgiving and they have like. oh well. we put together the cranberries. We made from scratch. I want to win in a can. Okay i want the the feeling of the the can being opened and it's just like right there in the shape of can in front of me that sound of the as it falls out. That was actually a pretty good impression. That i just did there. Maybe i should get a job doing impressions of cans but anyway. Yeah it's like amazing. I love that stuff. And then when somebody else has like. Oh moon grammars. We did it this way. Hate that same with pancakes. I just want out of come on but up a box. it's it's just as difficult either way nice and easy okay. Burgers around round out the list here at. Yeah love me some burgers. My problem with burgers is sometimes. I overcook 'em mainly because i'm not paying attention. I'm cooking him outside. I'm playing on the phone. And i overcook them. So that's that's my problem there but yeah the whole reason for talking about that was national. Men make dinner day very I guess mildly offensive holiday for today but men. Go do it okay. It's a national chicken lady day. Is well okay. This one is when should not be offensive because actually honors Dr martinez tina depre- for twelve years. She worked at the second largest chicken restaurant in the world and what they did there was basically they bought the day. Yeah so you can go to this national day website to. I'm not exactly sure which what it is and you can say. Hey i want to get my own day and so you can actually just had her own day now. A lot of those days are pretty obvious that they're paid for so i don't cover them on the show you know like oh whatever national snickers day. I'm not going to cover that on the show national nike day. I'm not going to cover it on the show. I just you know it's like i'm trying to cover the fun ones here. Not the obviously paid ones this one though. It's kinda cool that it's honoring a single person. So i'm going to go for it there. You go. I said it okay. Commonsense day as well see. I'm using some common sense when i pick these days for you. And why is it today. Well it's the birthday of will rogers who once said common sense ain't all that common still true his day in okay. It's an national candidate. Today is well and okay. Most of the candy that we enjoy has been around well since those will even before will rogers day. Yeah they've been for more than fifty years a lot of those candy bars that were enjoying here about sixty. Five percent of american candy was created more than fifty years ago now. I don't mean that it's been sitting on the shelf for more than fifty years. I just mean that it was created. It's it's originated that long ago. Yeah like for instance hershey's chocolate bar. That was the first chocolate bar in america. Eighteen ninety four tootsie rolls 1896. Hershey's kisses nine thousand nine hundred six togo around. Nineteen o eight lifesavers nineteen twelve so the candy that we enjoy. We're still enjoying arly. Yeah i gotta tell you this crazy story that i saw though eighteen in upstate. New york was arrested just after halloween for well what he did was he took a photo of a needle inside of a chocolate bar and he told his dad about it. And all this stuff. Dad called the cops. The cops started going crazy. Well it was all a hoax. Something that he saw on tick-tock is going to be funny. I'm gonna be ticked on famous. And yeah you thought it'd be funny and he got arrested. Kids don't do.

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"candy" Discussed on Optimism Vaccine

Optimism Vaccine

05:44 min | 1 year ago

"candy" Discussed on Optimism Vaccine

"Out walking myth. He's playing the allure of mythology. He's playing the seductive nature of believing the american myth. Sensually that first film. And that's again. He's he's playing daniel robots and just some embarrassing shitty sports to do in this movie that recreation of his death is just one of the more amateur things. I've ever fucking yeah. We do learn how the candy man became the candy bad. I've been pretty sure we learned that in the first film and the second film and the third film and the new. Yeah yeah we taught this over and over again but in farewells to the flesh. It's it's taught to us via community. Theater is probably the man. It's so shitty. It looks better in day of the dead which is shocking. Yeah it's it's a real real shit. Java chop off guy's head and that even like getting from point eight to point b. or they're like okay so he chopped off his hand because he slept with a white lady and then we smeared them with honey and then a swarm of cgi b.'s. Okay and then they swarm to them and we all said candy man while showing his face in a mirror just to see how he'd been scarred. Yeah yeah we got it. Because that's the other thing. Do they have to. The they're adding all these these weird little wrinkles that don't need to exist. But basically they're saying that candyman exists because his soul is trapped in the mirror of his former lover. And again this this. Because we're not given any real sense of place or understanding of the setting of new orleans and what that means and how it was you know one of the poorest areas of the country when this movie was made. We're not giving any of that. So yeah all we get is. Hey man wasn't it bad when black people got lynched like any of us are questioning any points like yeah. That was bad. Maybe you can focus on the way. That sort of white. America just descends upon new orleans for a couple of weeks a year to drink their ass off and fucking piece in the street to this impoverished city. Now that certainly not even subtext in the film there it again this film pretty barren of subtext. It replaces that sort of myth making with a magic mirror that must be destroyed in order to halt candy. Man's reign of terror. Yeah and and it also kind of it changes the complexity of the original by just boiling it down to okay now instead of being a a nuanced and interesting look at racial violence over generations and housing projects. All this shit that the original candyman is about which again you can. If you listen to our get out episode from a few years ago you can. You can hear more on this. It pretty much boils down to white guilt and black vengeance. And that's it at its at. Its very based now. I think.

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"candy" Discussed on The Brain Candy Podcast

The Brain Candy Podcast

05:07 min | 1 year ago

"candy" Discussed on The Brain Candy Podcast

"Let's see what science says they like a really nerdy influence. Her gotta be such a we and it's like all old people who live in my neighborhood to like this like old ladies walking her little dog and harry them and getting so excited when i find it like it must have sounded like a struck. Gold i am so happy for you was bo- excited. She was like not as excited because she was on a leash and so she was like. What are we doing over here. I want to go smell over there. Yeah you know. She's along for the red. She's happy i'm happy. It's like one of those kind of relationships. Credible are you gonna like make a wish on it or what do you. How do you handle that. I don't know. But i feel like i feel like i'm just like really excited for everybody else to be able to find you and like it was so fun to have everybody tag me in their heart shaped and us in there. Also if you like tag everybody because like you like you have to tag like brain candy susie and me. I mean there's a lot of work. But i know but like because i wanted them re posted what happens is like they posted on the brain candy. Tag brain candy. I'm telling you guys what to do. You know what you tell us like. It goes through so like you know you scratch my back. I scratch yours coming and or something like that and yes like tag us so then when you tag me then it's something for the brain candy than i can re post it to and i can post it on my page because sometimes it's on the brain candy one and i was like i want mine so i can show everybody. So just you know it's gonna be raised and because that is so fun would have like like as soon as i found i was like fucking science if not us finds when the will you think you're really lucky for sure. Yeah i'm gonna go out this. I'm just going to go. See if i can find one like every time that's going to become a thing now. It's nice. I love this you can. It's very and.

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"candy" Discussed on The Brain Candy Podcast

The Brain Candy Podcast

03:36 min | 1 year ago

"candy" Discussed on The Brain Candy Podcast

"France france. Like to kind of feet have something more immersive like that because it sounds like a great idea to me. I'd like to think they just didn't think of it. Because as soon as i could genius idea and i don't know why you do. It was a problem. Yeah all right well. At any rate people are buying a discounted and then and then what you do. Is you get. The people like take advantage of influence or culture. Take the people who are are like you know popular in that area and like you know in france and names and stuff like that and let them do it make. It seem exciting. That's a better way to spend your money. Then and then you just do the challenge of like yeah go around and videotape. You know or like like find these six things like hidden love that finding michio z. Land to you. They all then yes. Oh people love that shit do something like that and like hide it. Make it like a scavenger hunt and make it fun. Make him get out there. And i feel like street. Artists do this in their own way. You know yeah well. I don't know. I thought it was interesting and i i was. I kind of liked that. They did require people to at least a certain percentage of it. I think have had to be used on tickets to something rather than just like okay. You know physical goods. Yeah okay. I guess they're. They're disappointed. This was in the new york times article but i mean teenagers are gonna teenage. That's how it goes. Yeah they're going to pretty much just point you Majority of the time that sometimes they'll surprise you then it'll be amazing but you know they have a. What's it called Underdeveloped prefrontal lobe so their decision making skills. Just aren't there yet and we can't spend any bad decision making skills. I don't understand why that is. Because if i think evolutionary it just feels like we would have needed those skills pretty early on in our lives even more than we do now. I think that In order for it has more to do with like i dunno expansion growth population and needing to have almost like a inhibited. What the word. I'm looking for like you don't get scared and you don't get There isn't the fear there yet so that you can do a lot of things i think. Imagine like what somebody who's if we went back thousands and thousands of years what somebody who was fifteen sixteen seventeen eighteen. What would be required if them would probably be like hunting fighting. You know protecting being so you're saying even though it's risky it. Encourages hires reiter. Yes correct you. I think barry very yeah i think that and then also maybe even biologically like gets you. Maybe doing it with people who should man..

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"candy" Discussed on Fun Time Horror Show

Fun Time Horror Show

01:38 min | 1 year ago

"candy" Discussed on Fun Time Horror Show

"A mentor to win. Nearly a father figure Considering as one of his next victims but we hit it off he was a smart clean. Cut nicely dressed man. He listened to me. He explained things to me. I'll be honest with you. It was important that dean me. He was kind as previously stated. Dean had scoped out and groomed many of victims while helping his mom run. The coral candy company. Billy baulch used to sell coral candy company's products door to door may twenty-first nine thousand nine hundred seventy two and now seventeen year old billy. Baulch and his friend sixteen year old. Johnny delone were hanging out at billy's house. The pair decide to go for a walk to the neighborhood. Convenience store to grab some sodas. They were lured to. Dean's promise of can you guess that's right. A party wants the boys were subdued. They were raped and tied. Dean's bed wayne henley began to strangle billy. He'd been yelled. Hey johnny speaking to the remaining victims johnny.

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"candy" Discussed on The Brain Candy Podcast

The Brain Candy Podcast

05:14 min | 1 year ago

"candy" Discussed on The Brain Candy Podcast

"Your future ex-wife next next ex wife. I just googled him. I did not know he had four kids four kids. Wow you know doesn't talk about them doesn't even care about them clearly like we don't see any anything like isn't that weird. Wow i can't believe that. I hope there with mackenzie were they all with the same woman. Yeah he was married to her for the gasoline year. Yeah well you. i don't know. Maybe before i mean i guess i am assuming yeah jeff. I would like to know a little more about what happened in there. What she thinks of him. Yeah right. And i love the cheese. Dating teacher like a hollow c. c. She knows what's up. She gets it she gets she gets it. Yeah and the women who can't be with men like that they're like nope you can offer me all that in the world. it's not. I don't want that. That's not what i that's not real love. That's not what i'm looking for. That doesn't feed my soul. I saw a post the other day and it was like. I can't remember what it said exactly but it said something like what i'm searching for her soul gazprom's get that's what we want. Soul gasm were. Your soul is like oh my god. I feel fulfilled from this. That is not coming from that relationship. I think how about how this turned into. Jeff bezos bashing episode. love it. yeah. I feel like you're gonna make a spin off of brain candy or it's just like bezos candidate and you just be like jeff seriously. Yeah need doing what are you doing. get it together. Stop failing a human. You're letting us all down you're letting humanity down quit it. Yeah he probably holds in his farts. You know what i mean. Or he just lets because he doesn't give a fuck like windows luna rolling down for people in the elevator doesn't care and then nobody says anything they don't want offend. Jeff bezos alley we. We learned down. We were reminded about the importance of considering people who are differently. Abled yes we also learned that you might be able to reverse your gray hair. All i really curious about that. And i can't wait to look at mine under a microscope. You if you guys like have the. I don't know how you wanna see pictures of this. I want to see if any of you guys have like this going on. Yeah they did. Qualify this good news with saying like not permanently like eventually. You're probably gonna go great bears. How about that bear. I'm mean we have so many questions you don't want to get on his bad side. His hours his bears. We learned how to take talk. I'm still not serve on delay at least help. We're going to help suzie get her for you. Page yeah. I need to worse. You know more accurate. Yes more for you. That is what i want. But don't forget to check out our merchant..

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"candy" Discussed on The Brain Candy Podcast

The Brain Candy Podcast

05:46 min | 1 year ago

"candy" Discussed on The Brain Candy Podcast

"In a wheelchair before designing whatever building and making it wheelchair accessible like I mean maybe but let's take it to the next level. I don't know i've even had people right. I don't think about brain candy but about other shows on my network asking for transcripts for people who are hearing impaired yes the deaf community and that is a lovely idea and they should be included. But then there's money and not. It's not an easy thing to find or get and so then you think do i invest in that. Is it worth it. And then it's ethical question matched with a business question and that's pretty much. What's ruined everything. Yep we're all just giving you one example you know But it's just food for thought and if you're more aware of it you probably make fewer with people. But i would recommend that i'll have to send you that linked to put in the newsletter because that was a really cool it was only ten minutes or something and it was just like I like this guy makes you think of the world in a new way. I love that anything that does that is what we want the show to be. We got good news from ireland. Chile is good news. This is bonkers. I did not know this but People in ireland used a word for generations As this like for people of color they used this word that i can't pronounce because not irish. It was the same word that they use for the devil. Oh what's good about that. No no that was bad okay. They've now they've adjusted this so for a while. They also used his auto phrase that meant blue person. A super weird. I have no idea why To indicate people that were not white and then now they have finally landed on person of color. And it's something like doomed to death. I don't know how to pronounce it properly. But that's the phrase and just am like holy crap for generations they were referring to the devil with the same word they were using to describe any bar person really fucked up and then they tried blue person. I just can't imagine that. Yeah why would you go to that. Like oh i know what's better. Who's who's to that. Things are coming along and languages so important you know having the words to refer to people in a way that is not hurtful his you know pretty important yes so that's at least racy is it what do you think why do you think it took so long well because there are so few people there that were people of color even now. It's only two percent. But i think they're getting more and more people they said That are black Lati- lat next And there was one other group.

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"candy" Discussed on The Brain Candy Podcast

The Brain Candy Podcast

05:11 min | 1 year ago

"candy" Discussed on The Brain Candy Podcast

"Dot com slash brain candy and he and the symbol that i have incorporated. One of the things that he talked about was it. It was often cry again. He made the lotus flower. Which is a symbol. that says. You couldn't look lotus grows from the most muddy dirty waters and it comes up. Is this beautiful. Bright white flour to say that like.

"candy" Discussed on The Brain Candy Podcast

The Brain Candy Podcast

04:42 min | 1 year ago

"candy" Discussed on The Brain Candy Podcast

"Because he didn't feel like he should take their money. He was like i. they're nice. i be friends with them anyway. And so he. I think he ended up stopping doing it because he just felt like not but it was exploiting them but just like he didn't want them to think he was just being nice because the he was hired help right. That's the very sad part that all what look at see. That's so nice. Rent a friend. I rate at it. This is essentially. What the like therapy. I like accountable and everything but in a way like it's it's just listening to somebody and genuinely caring i mean. Of course it's totally different. But you know because. I'm like working towards their goals. Yeah but i just really save like yeah. I really really like being there for people and i like holding up a mirror to show people. Oh my god. It makes me emotional. How special they are. Yeah right oh my god. That makes me like emotional. We'll make it is fine. If that's the thing. I like a rent sarah. Let us know if you oughta rent this hooker. My god i know one thing everyone ought to be doing. That is drinking huzzah. Ooh has aw. We could do that together on our friend. Picnic on tonic friend. Yes you could take that on your rented a friend date. it's a refreshing probiotic seltzer with benefits. I love the various flavors. Just got a new shipment of the juicy pear but they also have asbury and strawberry hibiscus. It just as Really refreshing three grams of sugar. Fifteen calories great mixer also with like a nice if you're at back backyard hang and you want a little of vodka or something splash it in when you're getting probiotics along with your yummy treat or you can drink it like a sane sober person. Yeah get your cooler. Ready stuck up on. Huzzah probiotic seltzer by using brain. Candy for twenty percents off your order at drink. Kazaa dot com. That's code bring kenny. For twenty percent off at drink h uzis. Ah dot com and trust me..

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"candy" Discussed on The Brain Candy Podcast

The Brain Candy Podcast

05:11 min | 1 year ago

"candy" Discussed on The Brain Candy Podcast

"That's g e n e x a dot com slash brain candy really would have been all over that stuff when my man if you can if you can get it. Why not. she are growing up. Was we couldn't have anything we'd be like mom. Can we get this. And she's like. Yeah you've been pronounced all of the ingredients we can get it right..

"candy" Discussed on The Brain Candy Podcast

The Brain Candy Podcast

02:48 min | 1 year ago

"candy" Discussed on The Brain Candy Podcast

"Plus free shipping. And you can eat nice like sarah do. And sometimes they throw in little treats. Did you get those marshmallows. Yes my god. Let me tell you what i did with those and i cut them in half and then i put them between two graham crackers. Put them in the microwave. S'mores do you agree. that chocolate is optional. In this more or do you think it's so. I think it's optional. I'm kind of with. I'm kind of with you on that. I wouldn't they just. They got ahead of themselves on that. I agree i. I like the i want the chocolate there but i'm fine with it. It's not it's not the one lift. Yeah it's not the mandatory ingredient. Yeah mean the marshmallow is odd marshmallow. And then graham cracker and then chuck yes. I'd say marshmallow fire graham cracker because it has to be melted because if you took a marshmallow put up between graham might in that. Yeah that's true. So fire is an ingredient. Fire is one of the key things. None of these things talked about today but let me see about. Oh okay so few well this story. I read a really long time ago. I feel like i keep. It's really funny. 'cause i write my notes for the week and everything and the things that i didn't get to sometimes i'll move over to the next page. Yeah i'd say on about half of the pages in this book. It says adult baby furniture for baby fetish furniture at the top of my page. Have we talked about that. You keep avoiding it but is ill like people are really going to to know the baby finish furniture. I haven't heard of. But i think is important that do right. Okay so there i. I watched this video on an regretting article. Went with it on these guys who are in. I want to say it's like louisiana kentucky or something like that but they. I understand that those are not next to each other but my mind i put them in might as well be some work category and it was So their job is to make furniture specifically for adult baby fetishes. So that's their company. This is their company. What's it called. Oh are going to have just can't imagine how what combination of those words you would. Oh really good point. So i went in with the whole idea that it was going to be one of those like cringe kind of like. Oh this is weird. Yeah by the end of it. I was really like i mean. I'm not into baby fetish. That's for sure. But i understood the importance of them having this job and having this light is i got to hear this. I cannot imagine being convinced. Bet well okay..

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"candy" Discussed on F That Noise

F That Noise

06:47 min | 1 year ago

"candy" Discussed on F That Noise

"At the top of and the if i if i create candy which i don't really much more like many. They're always take a peanut butter cups like as yeah. He's always liked bills out of there around. Is it peanut butter with chocolate or chocolate with peanut butter. That's the thing too is. This is the first candy that i have bought in freakin forever. I bought it for this show and one cat. I don't get it that much hungry. The same thing with the reese's peanut butter cups also. The reasons ones are the only good ones any knockoff. Peanut butter cup. you know. it's one kid at the nakas are just not good. We should shit. Hysterics is fueled by box nurkic. Sleep today is true. That's true too. Because like i remember like a kid like at easter and my parents are probably trying to save money and they would get like what was it in the yellow containers. They look like reese's peanut butter cups. Coppell don got traded at halloween. Oh yeah they're always be some of them but everyone else as. I like i like them. They're all right all come back with on halloween. Holy fuck. that was not so pissed off getting Lollipops hated fucking robbing the still hit the one halloween candy that when my kids come home with it is guaranteed to be scarves and fucking in in house from them before they know. It is the peanut butter filled pumpkins or christmas trees. Chris these like walgreens and shit like that. Oh that's reese's but the racist. The holiday ones ogden cheshire. Yeah that was my the last time i trick or treat it i was fishing carts at wegmans and i was walking home and i went trick or treating on my way home dressed as a white employees. Got a whole shitload. A candy to eat on my way. That was my last time ever of that was how old re is the last trick or treat shit third third fourteen eighth grade. Fourteen eighth grade can read all the time with the kids. Okay as when you were a kid to go out. I gotta stop doing this. At and i went out one time we're seventeen. Oh jesus jean-paul either sixteen or seventeen and sixteen or seventeen. I think i would have told you to go fuck yourself. He came to my door. Had people like aren't you think you're being a little old merges again whenever we just want to see if we could get away with it and just get the candy when you started when you start driving from house to house. It's time to stop dry. That's what i'm thinking might be sixteen because we weren't driving yet so maybe it was sixteen. I remember that it was. I got out one time after the time that i got my bag solid basil. Next year i went out with a baseball bat to find them. How do you know got stolen. Lebron did you put it down and no they. I had my dad's air force bagged using for Candy and we were in the back streets and penfield and somebody that knew my sister is brought. They knew who i was in there. Like oh how you doing. What are they talking to me grabbed. the bag. Pulled me all. I wouldn't let go. They pulled me all the way down the lawn. Russillo my hand and took off with it. Jesus christ took down back in time to kill people. The things i was nice that was it was it. S like a new two minute warning that says about ready to a room right there. We're at forty four minutes right. Where forty four minutes. A real quick. What's the one candy that can go fuck itself besides peeps the one candidate who go fuck itself and just stop existing besides peeps. I'll say right now. Mine black liquorice. Hate it fucking. Can't stand it. Oh i think he might have nailed that one. I think candy canes watch. I fucking hate candy cane. I'm not a big fan of kindergartens. Either but i think learning the circus peanuts. I remember those any slot head. Yeh fucking biddable honey or one of those are as things like that. So i like them doesn't actually no like licorice as you nailed it with. That was about the same lollipops. I'll i'll shuttle needling lollipops stupid. Yes down domes. Like my brother used to get the good and plenty was the black liquor flavored. You'll probably mike woah good employees at the one. Brian lum's good in fritzy goes ones are good fucking plenty and on that note. We'll hit the road folks. This has been episode. Sixty four candiotti so the candian weird obi-wan-kenobi noise join us next week. He man or insanity or the dealer. Mike berchtesgaden jamie klein. I'm keith creep advising new. fm you get nothing you lose danger..

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"candy" Discussed on The Spunky and Snarky Show

The Spunky and Snarky Show

04:43 min | 2 years ago

"candy" Discussed on The Spunky and Snarky Show

"The song reminds me of Wayne's world because he sings this in the movie if when they go to the concert and it's really funny and it's a good Song Alice Cooper to number three is a little obscure song but I put it on because I it's a group called electric guitars and.

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"candy" Discussed on The Spunky and Snarky Show

The Spunky and Snarky Show

05:52 min | 2 years ago

"candy" Discussed on The Spunky and Snarky Show

"All right. Welcome to the brain basement. We're going to talk a little bit about Garfield, our favorite Halloween Candy and costumes. Another Halloween things I love Garfield is kid I had like the flashy that I think my aunt gave me and they have the first book that had the like comic strips it and stuff we're Italian. So we'd love lasagna plus. Yeah I love watching Garfield and friends a lot when I was a kid it's all the shenanigans and I liked his Sassy nece on like normal thermal was like I'm a super keep ball of yeah. Who could do no wrong just Kinda dopey. He's cute. Yeah. ODY's cute and he knows what's up some of the time, but he just likes being himself. He just marches to the beat of his own drum and I like thicker field with Sassy all that kind of stuff but moving along to some Halloween stuff. Okay. What's your favorite Halloween Candy probably snickers or? The REECE's different seasonal ones are super good like the Pumpkins. Yeah and things. But unlike there were certain candies, you only really got on columbine like the tootsie rolls that were like the different flavors. So I love those. Like the little ones I like all the flavors. I felt like back. Then you only get like milk duds. Walkers yeah. Like I really get those on Halloween but then you get like Shit you want either I didn't really like the little league dumb them while. And Lake Dots. Yeah. Some people give you like black licorice and shit like what? What's wrong with you sweethearts they were bad but they won't my favorite. You're right. I could deal with them but I didn't really like the super sugary like smarties and sweet tarts where my favorite. Bounds to my mom because I don't like coconut. So those all once my. Kids coconut first of all. I would give something my dad but I guess as an adult you realize that people just buy whatever they like. So let whatever's leftover. When I think of Baby Ruth Halloween Candy's air minds me of the earthquake. Oh, because we got in nineteen nine, we had a big earthquake here in the bay area and my mom had already bought some Halloween candy and that night of the earthquakes I remember sitting under the table I remember we eat like Barney cereal. Yeah. I, remember the Barbie Cereal and then we had some like Halloween candles to that we like. Yeah. electrcity power went out and then I remember having some fun size day routes from. So. Whenever I Think of Halloween, and they think of the earthquake. which was on October seventeenth. So it was close to Halloween. Okay how about favorite Halloween costume I have a couple of favorites. One was I dressed up as back girl when I was in the third grade that was eighty nine would have been the year of Batman Yeah but I just up like sixties background, but it didn't look like how her costume was. It was just like blue and had like the little cow on. Staff and it was really cute like our neighbor across the street had made it for me, and then another one of my favorites was restore bought but I still love when I was in the fifth grade. I was Sherlock Holmes and had like little glasses and like a little fake pipe and stuff and I love that I'm a mystery lovers. So what about you? I think one of my favorite ones was like I did a bride of Frankenstein one. Oh, I, remember that I don't know I just really liked the like it was like a white dress. Just really liked it. Also I remember when you and me dress up as witches and our mom macy's cool capes with like the. Had Lake some bats and stuff? It was like Red Cassatt knee material with like bats and moon stuff on it. Yeah. Li lived really close to our elementary school like just down the block. So our mom would take us out and let us change into our Halloween costumes at lunch and like go back from like when they'd have the like Halloween parade. That's all you would have like the first half of the school day would be like regular school and then like it would be lunchtime and like your parents can pick you up and you can go home and change in your costume and then the second half of the day we'd have. In our classroom, and then we'd have like Halloween parade where like all the kids would like March around the school yard in their costs. All the parents would be there like taking pictures and stuff, and so that was our fun Halloween Memories. Yeah. So now let's move on to our music spotlight..

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"candy" Discussed on The Spunky and Snarky Show

The Spunky and Snarky Show

08:10 min | 2 years ago

"candy" Discussed on The Spunky and Snarky Show

"Welcome to our second week in October show. Rallied spook. Yeah, continuing with our Halloween Shenanigans this week as we take a look at Garfield, Halloween Adventure Garfield from friends was a show that I love when I was a kid and I guess this was a special buy came out where before. A cute little story. Yeah and I wanted to do this because they don't show this anymore on TV. They used to show this like every year back in the eighties and nineties but I haven't seen this in years I don't know what Halloween shows. They show other than the Great Pumpkin. Well, they like on free form which used to be ABC family they do the thirty one days a halloween. So I don't really remember this. I'm sure I've seen it, but it's been a really long time. So anyway, let's dive right in and take a look at Garfield Halloween adventure. Garfield Halloween adventure is ninety five animated special is based on the Garfield Comic. Strip by Jim Davis. It originally aired on CBS on October, Thirtieth Nineteen, eighty five, and this was the fourth of twelve. Garfield television specials made between nineteen, eighty, two and nineteen ninety-one. So, this show opens in the morning Garfield is tucked away and his little square box bed and his woken up when the Pinky the clown show starts and Bingo. The clown has a really annoying allowed voice and he's that way for the kids to do jumping jacks and Garfield. Just kinda gets up like shocked and like starts doing jumping jacks because he doesn't know what the fuck is going on, and then he realizes that goes to turn off the TV when big. Kids got exercise because you're going to get all the candy tonight and Garfield off the TV and then he's like well, what Andy. But you say about candy and turns back on TV, and then it's talking about how Halloween is tonight and how you're going to go trick or treating and get all the free candy and Garfield All I am like it's the best thing ever because Garfield, czar favorite fat cat who loves to eat all sorts of food. So he's super excited and goes into a song which is actually owned by Lou rawls and it's about how left-foot base oh, sweet if ever. With, good a trick or treat trek all trade. It's actually pretty funky song. But the only thing is I don't know if Garfield is like actually singing just like lip synching. Like, his mouth moves sometimes and sometimes it doesn't move or if the songs just like playing in his head and he's just like jam into with, that's what is supposed to be but I. Can Relate to 'cause I sing in jam all the time. So Garfield is like this is the best holiday ever Halloween because you don't to like deal with needles and all this crap, you just get candy and that's all it's all about it's like super simple. So he's like going back to sleep and wake up later and deal with our. Halloween. So later he wakes up and talks about getting candy. Handy, Handy. He's like super excited but first, he needs to find a costume and sacked carry his loads of Candy Candy. Candy, he crawls over with his blanket on his head and scares the crap out of his owner Jon Arbuckle who is carving Jack Lantern John Jumps and the Pumpkin like flies into the air and then falls on top of his head. Can I just say like the Pumpkin is already like the faces carved out into Jacqueline on already but he's pulling out the seeds which I didn't give. Vardi. He tells Garfield that he was covering a Jack Leonard and the Pumpkin is narrow and as he pulls it off his head towing throws it onto ody's head John, offers Garfield breakfast, which he originally declines but you know he's Garfield so he ends up taking all of it. was like a a little biscuit. Oh, maybe I'll have some croissant in bacon to you know what never mind take the whole thing. Jon arbuckle like has the biggest bitch face ever. He like is so done with Garfield Shenanigans that he just like constantly is like. Home by loves him, but yet doesn't like putting up his crap every now on them. So later, Garfield and Odie both managed to scare each other od than leaves and then Garfield kind of makes fun of him. But then Garfield realizes that if he takes Odie with him, he'll get twice the candy. So he starts putting his plan into motion and he tells Odie that all dogs have to help cats get candy on Halloween it's the law or something. And if we're good jobs done, the dog will get his own piece of candy at the end of the night. So they go up to the attic and look for some costumes and Garfield sings another song in his actual voice this time by trying on different costumes, they decided to be pirates at the end. Because you can be anything on. Halloween. So what should he be vampire or like a Cat A black cat which was kind of funny I. is a cash. But yeah, they're decided to be pirates and they got peg links. Already, has four and he ends up knocking all off. John thinks is really cute getting one sacks for the candy and before they leave, he tells them not to stay out too late. Of course, Garfield visas has lasagna while he's leaving. peg-leg. And is like Wooden Sword? Yeah. I mean I don't blame them. Amoco's sees that too. so, Johnson some off trick or treating, and they're just walking down the street by themselves. No parental supervision. Parents send them out on their own. Before like stranger danger and all that. But anyway, he's whimpering because he's a little scared Garfield like these are kids dressed up like there's nothing to be scared of, and he's like I'm not a scaredy cat enter more Lou rawls music and a song about how he's not a scaredy cat. So there are walking along and these leg I may be laser I'll maybe. But. No scare the gap. But he keeps like pulling off a ghost costume of a kid and then like sees the there's like no need or like pools off a mask of a Goblin, and then it's still has the Goblin base underneath the mask though like then they start screaming and so he really is a scaredy cat. So after the song the go trick or treating a different houses and I the lady gives him like one piece of candy and he's like I'm going to have to plunder your house if you don't give me some more candy and where I was thinking believe he's GonNa Slam the door and as she actually like ponies up the. Yeah. So they get a bunch of candy from about two houses and they're feeling good but Garfield wants more. So he's a little greedy for some more candy and as a Oh, there's a bunch of houses just across the river like let's go and at Marquette Candy and he finds a boat which he commandeered. So, they get the boat and of crossing the river, they end up going down river and Garfield all into his pirate per so none as like let go of orders. So does he just? There floating. River. Is Now just stuck going with the river. So they just had like downstream for like ever never I would be eating candy at this point because might as well die happy then get checked by John. I you know that's the rule. Might have drugs razor blades. Over there getting a Little Lake Oh God. What are we going to do in like middle depress out there just floating away when suddenly od barks and like look there's.

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"candy" Discussed on A Writer's Journey By Maya Rodriguez

A Writer's Journey By Maya Rodriguez

03:11 min | 3 years ago

"candy" Discussed on A Writer's Journey By Maya Rodriguez

"A few years ago I wrote this story and I'll take excerpts from it Because it talks about the changes that I still come in and have really come to light and have really unfortunately come true a call that the candy store and I satellite this New York. It is a heck of a town they save. You can make it here. You can make it anywhere. It is a place that attracts many for many reasons but New York has a new side. That side has been emerging more and more over. The last few years is becoming a place where it's hard to find housing for the working. Poor and for the middle class workers. It is a place where a one ball to. The next is not unusual for people to pay over two weeks. Word in wages for their rent is becoming a candy store. Where only the rich can afford to shop unlike the famous toy store. I sometimes see myself this way. I see myself as a kid with two cents. And they're all these candidates but the least expensive suffice sense causing more than twice what I have forget about the ideal going to a Broadway show or in like that Perhaps one day You know I say I'll make Broadway But it won't be from here. The fortunate part that a lot of people are just walking taking away In like other people I feel that I have to make some choices to be able to actually have a choice even even if a limited one is better than being able to make any choice for many. It is really a matter of time. That has kept me here. In the city. Fear of the unknown. It is always knowing what you have or don't have the Mitch you feel safe. It doesn't matter what you have is really not all that a good. It is not knowing what you may have. They made you feel scared in unsafe again. It doesn't matter you know. At what a point I will have to make that choice but I will have to make that choice can still with only one type of candy that I could afford is allow Selena. The candy store with many candies are cannot afford and this is a whole. New York has become fast forward. New York has become town where most New Yorkers are actually fleeing and homelessness has reached a point of like eighty thousand homeless people I like a lot of New Yorkers have fled to the other out of areas of the actual city itself and I don't know where it's GONNA lead but I looked at this story This is what I have to read. 'cause I guess that has some insight With a future leader got you know who knows but I know for a fact that out. It's not looking good and so life in living limit..

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