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Child Actors Used for Kamala Harris' Bizarre Space Video
"I didn't see this story until this morning. And I found it during my before show show prep, which involves talking to Duane. And at that point, I just couldn't believe it. First of all, you got to know. You got to remember the cringe inducing video that vice president Kamala Harris for at least last week with the kids visiting her at the vice president's mansion. So let's play a couple of those clips. Cut number 7, Kamala Harris at the what is the naval observatory in the old days? It's now the vice president residents talking with 6 kids on the porch cut number 7. Do you have a link? Welcome. Thank you. The residents of the vice president. Here we are. Check it out. Okay, so it's kind of cringe inducing. And you think it sort of like a knockoff of the veep series starring Julia Louise Dreyfus. It got worse, by the way, second clip clip number 8. One of the things I most excited about. But the other, you guys are gonna see, you're gonna literally see the craters on the moon with your own eyes. When your own eyes are telling you, it is gonna be unbelievable. So that's one of the things we can do here too, which makes it. So that's okay. The beep doing deep things. From the Washington examiner. The first installment of vice president Kamala Harris's YouTube original space series featured child actors who addition for their roles in the project. Trevor Bernardino a 13 year old actor from Carmel California and one of the 5 teenagers featured in the video was asked to submit a monologue discussing something he was passionate about, and three questions for a world leader. According to an interview with KSW TV, Trevor, then interviewed with the production director. And then after that, like a week later, my agent called me and said, hey, Trevor, you booked it. Trevor said he didn't learn until much later he'd be meeting with the Kamala Harris, who was appointed to lead the national space council earlier this year.
"carmel" Discussed on Marketing for Consultants
"So today my guest. Is dr carmel finnan. At carmel is a communication on storytelling consultants and her work is about developing effective communication skills in a world that is shifting from hype annoys to connection collaboration and community and she focuses on helping clients to improve and implement their storytelling skills as a way of engaging in interactive dialogue with others and the brand is story. Dialogue dot com. And i'm really interested because there's so much talk about story these days but i know that for you. The more important word in in your brand is actually the dialogue part. We talk about that a little bit. Sure us for upstairs really like to to to get to the essence of wash storytelling is about and it's not about you know having a formula also known as the hero's journey simplified simplified hero's journey and everything becomes a formula and that's called a story and everything is people are actually getting sick of the story as soon as somebody starts thinking they know where it's going. There's an exactly where it's going. So story was never intended to be reduced to a formula. It was something that was supposed to connect us if we want to go back to. The story is in connect us as a community to give us something to hold us together and to add money money functions to inform us to teach us to get us to trauma to get us to give direction to pass on wisdom to pass on through stories of course and you know storytelling businesses. A kind of twenty plus years old on came in the it came into a business world. That was very steroid. People talk to the house and the fox and the stats as people say and then discovered well you know with the personalized we have to bring in the human more so the wave storytelling came in with that. And now it's become the silver bullish fix it all and if your communication is broke storytelling is not gonna fix it. It's another it's just simply another layer of dysfunctional communication..
The Ride of Sybil Ludington
"Night in question that gave civil place in history was on april. Twenty six seventeen seven civil had just turned sixteen years old on the evening. In question a writer came to their home to tell her father that the british had attacked and burn the town of danbury connecticut. The ludington house was located just south of connecticut. Along the coast from long island british. General william tyron had come to destroy the arms and ammunition stockpiles with over two thousand men. Curdle ellington had to assemble the four hundred militiamen in the county to defend themselves from the british. The problem was the militia had been disbanded for the winter and hadn't yet reassembled. The record is in clear on what happened next either. Civil volunteered or her father asked her but either way. Civil set out to warn the residents of nearby towns and to assemble the militia. She supposedly grabbed a stick and set up with her horse at nine pm with their sticks. She prided the horse and used it to knock on the doors. Of all the houses she stopped at all evening. She wrote around putnam county warning the citizens and calling the militia to assemble all night long. She called out. The british are burning. Danbury through the darkness of night she wrote a forty miles or sixty four kilometers. She took a circular route through the county visiting the towns of carmel mayo pack. Ken cliffs and farmers mill before returning. Home herreid wasn't just long. It was dangerous now. Not only were there loyalists in the region but there were british troops and a local group of outlaws known as skinner's plus. It rained that night and she had to do most of the rides soaking wet when she got back home in the morning. She was exhausted and soaked but she had done her job. The militia was assembled and they were able to drive general tyron back to long island. Sound civil was congratulated by our neighbors and supposedly by george washington himself just as a point of comparison. Symbols ride was three times longer than paul. Reveres she did it in the rain and she did it during the war. When there were actual enemies about paul veers ride was done just before the war started and there wasn't any danger from the british yet.
Fraley Drives in 2, Flexen Solid as Mariners Beat Rays 8-2
"The mariners put together a five run third inning ended the race for game winning streak eight to two Jake Fraley hit a two run single during the third inning rally tie France came within a triple of hitting for the cycle providing three hits and three RBIs Chris Flexen allowed two runs and seven hits over six and two thirds for his tenth win helping Seattle get within three games of Oakland for the second AL wild card Carmel nineteen for most of my expectant it comes down to us to execution and for any arose around a whole bird is Tampa Bay such divisional lead over Boston dropped to one game losing pitcher Michael Wacha allowed six runs and eight hits in four innings I'm Dave Ferrie
Biden, G-7 Leaders to Focus on China in Second Day of Summit
"The agenda again on the second day of the G seven summit in Britain, with leaders expected to sign a declaration of How better to respond to future health crises. Meanwhile, President Biden is to use the second day of the summit to call for a new Western alliance to counter China's growing influence. Let's go live to Carmel correspondent Rob Watson. Is there a word on the mood of all this? Rob much was made of the fact that they were all there in person. Able to meet face to face for the first time in such a long time. How would you assess the dynamics of what you've witnessed? So far? That's an easy one to answer, Julian, which is to say it's incredibly hard to assess it. Good morning to you in the morning to Kate and erratic and to everyone. Look, look, There's no doubt that they're trying to send a message. I mean, none of this stuff. You don't need to be the sharpest political analyst in the world to figure out this is incredibly well choreographed. It's to say you know that the Western alliances is back together. The group is back together of some have said, but You know exactly how the personal chemistry works out whether this summit will turn out to be significance or insignificance. My decades of experience of reporting on this stuff tends to suggest that you won't know until the dust settles, and that can take weeks. It can take days it could take months could take much longer. Let's break down. Then what they're saying about the coronavirus pandemic, not just dealing with it now, but dealing with the possibility of something else in the future. What are they looking to do here? We're going to sign a declaration. This has been called the Vaccine summit. So we've had the bit about the country's offering more vaccines to the to the less well off parts of the world. This is about signing a declaration on trying to manage better if there is another pandemic, but ideally to prevent another health crisis altogether. So that's about strengthening the World Health Organization. It's about trying to cut the length of time to develop Mac vaccines and treatments to 100 days and importantly, to improve surveillance networks around the world. In other words, if something develops somewhere that you figure it out much quicker than we figured it out in 2020 and 2019. And on
Fatal police shooting at hospital caught on officer bodycams
"Police in Columbus Ohio have released the body cam video from an armed encounter in a hospital emergency room this week that left a black man dead it started out calmly at Mount Carmel St Ann's hospital Westerville police Monday we're handing over twenty seven year old miles Jackson to Columbus authorities he was being searched all my goodness the names and different names on every single card you have on it when police found a bullet and then a gun in his waistband the teaser was used on Jackson trying to get him to drop the gun and then from the body cam police say he fired that weapon the struggle continues Jackson's on the floor in the hospital bag and then another shot is fired allegedly by him Jackson was killed in that barrage of police gunfire Ohio's Attorney General will conduct an investigation I'm Jackie Quinn
Beverly Cleary, beloved children's book author, dies at 104
"A beloved Children's book author Beverly Cleary has passed away. Brian Shook has more HarperCollins publishers says the Ramona Quimby writer, died Thursday in Carmel, California at the age of 104. Her first book, Henry Huggins, was published in 1950. Dozens more followed. Cleary's books have sold more than 85 million copies and been translated into nearly 30 languages. She also spent time as a Children's library
Beloved children’s author Beverly Cleary dies at 104
"Beloved children's author Beverly Cleary has died at the age of one hundred four it was nineteen fifty when librarian Beverly Cleary after hearing children complained there weren't books for them transformed into an author first Henry Huggins a book that includes the adventures of characters Beezus Quimby and her younger sister Ramona growing up in Oregon like Cleary had there were eight books about the sisters which also became a movie in twenty ten I heard that in a while the boy the speaker in the backyard yeah he doesn't do that anymore I didn't know better I'd say somebody has a crush Cleary who was a wife and mother was named a living legend in two thousand by the library of Congress Cleary died in Carmel valley California where she had lived since the nineteen sixties she was one hundred four years old I am Jackie Quinn
Beloved children’s author Beverly Cleary dies at 104
"Much loved Children's author has passed. Beverly Cleary, the beloved Children's author of Henry Huggins has died. She was 104 years old Cleary. Minded her home in Carmel, California. Her first book was published in the fifties and became the standard for Children's authors for generations. Among the characters Cleary created were Ramona and Beezus Quimby and Ralph S Mouth boxes. Michelle Pelino
Author Beverly Cleary dies at 104
"Beverly, Clearly a Children's book author beloved by generations of readers died this week at her home in Carmel, California She was 104. Among her most familiar creations are Henry Huggins, Ralph S Mouse, Make irrepressible Ramona
Beverly Cleary, beloved children's book author, dies at 104
"The celebrated and beloved Children's book author has died at her home in Carmel. The character she created included Ramona Quimby and Henry Huggins. She died yesterday, She published her first book, Henry Huggins, in 1950 has gone on to sell or the 90 Million copies of her books Sense will
Flight diverted to Sacramento after passenger dies on plane
"Had to make an emergency landing last night in Sacramento after a passenger die the CBS 13 and Sacramento reports of passenger on Delta flight 18 37 became unresponsive. The plane landed at Sacramento International Airport, where that person was pronounced dead. Appears they died of natural causes. According to the coroner. The plane likely landed in Sacramento because it was the closest place where the crew could get some help. That's Carmel's Frank Lindsay.
Los Angeles Sees Spike In Coronavirus Cases
"Did you see los angeles The the the town by town look at southern california and During this massive wave this massive spike in cases. Malibu pretty much untouched. Hollywood pretty much untouched. Look at selena's county carmel. They can't find an infection. Then you go in inland to salinas. And it's it's raining the lettuce pickers salinas and and so You know it's thing where it's like people who say well. I really barely know anybody kobe. Nineteen the memo but the people who pick your food and driver to this station in handed to the those are the people that are getting sick and dying and you may not know their first names but they're part of your life
"carmel" Discussed on What Difference Does It Make
"Too. I mean the list is like a mile and a half long of artists that took to social media by the way right away to thank her to have that large of an imprint. I mean that's that is that's a life well spent you know and it's something to aspire to. There's a small group of us who are close with rita who are getting bracelets made what would we do. W and it's something that like. I mean i literally. I i keep with me every single day. I hear her my head every single day. I'm here talking to you. Thanks to her. And i feel a duty in a sense of responsibility to carry her legacy. That's that's the work now is like you know. Keep keep showing up to work. Keep showing up to where work keep supporting artists. Keep building relationships. That's how she did it. You know so. I know that was a long though. It's hard when somebody brings that topic to me. You know it's There's a lot to say. Thank you so much. I mean this. And you are continuing with with your shiro. Show and it's it really is. The torch has been passed so to speak. And you're you're really you. You're promoting great music and that's all that that's all that matters really you know you're you're pushing the artists and the these these talents. It's great and you're giving them a voice. It's it's wonderful. And i'm really happy that you've got this show and we hear you in la. I can hear you in. La now at eight eight five fm our guest. We're gonna hear you on sonos eventually and now yes beginning in march. Yeah shiro's mixed tape memoir actually funny. It's kind of a similar thing we're just talking about but Again reminds me yeah. It's like what we just did right walking down memory lane with with songs. It's music is so transport. This is so cool. Thank you guys so much for inviting me. It was a lot of fun. It was really owes a nice change of pace for me really. I enjoyed myself very much in his greek. Meet you holly sized to me. Thank you for doing this. We're so grateful. That was a lotta fun. It was a pleasure. Thank think i'm available. Welcome back anytime skirt. That's it calling you a friend of the show there all right so thank you so much. Carnevale we'll talk soon. Yeah take care. Well can't yes for sure. All right so thanks again to carmel. Halt a her show is called shiro's radio and its heroes with an s. You could hear the show anywhere. How can you give us that information. Shares radio dot com and also in march. You'll hear on sonos so that should be fun and super talented very happy to have her going over a ten song chunk of songs k rock played way back in one thousand nine hundred four and thank you holly a wonderful co host. The pleasure has been all mine. Dave as it is every single week. Pantheon podcast proud member of the pantheon. Podcast family where can you follow us. Holly you can find us on facebook. At what difference does it make podcast and you can follow us on twitter and instagram at wdm cast and also check out our youtube channel where we are posting regularly. Lots of clips. Lots of out takes from our show so so subscription simply follow. What difference does it make. Podcast on youtube and you will easily find what holly is posted on there. And it's always something fly. Can't wait to see what she posted this week until next week. This is dave chuck later.
"carmel" Discussed on What Difference Does It Make
"I'm sure yeah. Someone could give a good spin to that song recommend. I know a emphasis big in our house but this is a good. It's a good cover. It's she has a great way as just a beautiful place. I'll say again Anything banana remedy. As i understand that i agree with you about it. Being a little bit dated. I love them so much. I wanted to them. When i was living in the eighties. I wanted to be them. They were just so cool their clothes in their hair and they were coolest so anything probably could have come out of their mouth. I would have loved it. This song made up to number nine in the us at number forty four as a vh1 made it the forty fourth most popular song of the eighties. It lives on and thanks to karate. Kid have you watched. Are you watching cobra. Kai did you watch cobra kai right. I don't know i. I might have to try again. I got so like grossed out episode. i was like oh. I don't know i've heard it's really good though. Yeah okay so karate kid which the movie we love and still have fond memories of is it still. Is this song still on the list. Carmel what do you think like. I said i love this song i i and and its own style for me but i think as it is right now. It doesn't age. Well all right for gen-x this this is extremely well. It's now it was number. Eighty six back in eighty four now in this revised list. It's at number twenty two so we yes good. People of a certain age can never get enough of this song which which we just kind of mentioned okay. So let's keep going number. Eighty five is a flock of seagulls. The more you live the more you love and this was this is this will be our farewell to ever mentioning a flock of seagulls again. This was their last last charting song but still pretty good. I mean did you give it a listen carmel. The flock of seagulls song year course and you think it. I think i thought like okay. This sounds again. It was one of those general public. Where i don't really know the cannon to see like an appreciator necessarily like an enormous fan so it's hard for me to comment on an really feel like i'm coming from educated plays purely from a sonic standpoint. I mean i think it's a cool song. I've heard other songs by them. That i think Might be. I mean like they're hit like you know run right I read that john. Yes something about a flock. He goes i. It goes the credit i mean. Everyone thinks of mike scott and his hair. I think the lead guitarist which i had to look up. It's paul reynolds. He has like this. Great sal that. He gave to flock of seagulls during that that small period of time very unique. And i i really. I think that helps age these songs. Well i think we see. We've kind of touched on. What what what is aged well and what we can throw away. But i think probably because the guitar sound. It's still kind of draws you in. And i really. I really liked the song. Still hollywood what do you think. I had forgotten how much i i liked the song sun better than iran. Maybe iran just ran. Its course me by the song and do right about the sound at play the video from the first note. I just totally took me back. There's just something about it as a could something. Like the psych. Fers when you hear heaven like those. I sounds something that vokes great memories. And i think that flock of seagulls kind of touched on that now saying that is this on the list. I wanted to be. But i don't think it is. I'm going to assume. Carmel thinks the same thing and i'm going to tell you that. Yes it is not his no longer on the list number. Eighty four eurythmics. Who's that girl. I just can't even with a song are so good like i think. Is it fair to say that. They're underrated now. Like i feel like somehow they don't get the shine that they should but they are Mazing dave stewart's amazing. I mean they're both like what a power couple. what like. it's it's just. It's incredible. And i feel like their music really does stand up. I can't believe a also it. It made me remem-. I not remember. But i i remembered not from that time but like remembered from recent memory that they released two albums in one thousand nine hundred eighty three that it was here comes the rain again and touch. Keep both came out in nineteen eighty. Three which is like bonkers and So her who's that girls actually from. Nineteen eighty-three it's not an technically not in one thousand nine hundred four song just to be annoying about it but But yeah i bring it bring it anything. Eurythmics bring it. As far as i'm concerned. This is awesome song. And i love the video. Video is really great. Especially you know when we first met andy lennox so kind of this androgynous look and so the video kind of touches on that a little bit more. She's dressed up. As elvis kind of seducing the singer play off each other and there's dave stewart being now kind of has i think he played like the love interest. But it's fun because you look in you. Recognize the number of the of his people are sitting at the table with dave. It's a a number like old eighties artists. The members of banana. Hazel o'connor are familiar with hazel. O'connor at all she's worth looking into. She's a very power. There's a song. Eighth day that i think it came around early. Eighty s really great. Great powerful singer really good stuff. She's in there. Just a fun fun song that touches on so many different themes and i just love and i can't get like you said just can't get enough of it just can't get enough you know. So you mentioned banana-rich chablon fahey. That's in the video and she actually did. Marrying dave stewart appears later interesting. Yeah good tissue. Eighties eighties eighties. Sent kick. garner is in this video as well from hazy fantasia. Just a stunning beauty. That just happens the really quick cameo in this video games girlfriend. We love this song. Is this song on the list. Millions for some reason this is not on the list. Oh k rock yes. There's going to be a few well. I'll well well we move about you know but you can still play. I mean it still played. I think so. I think maybe it's played on classic hits station still and triple a. And you could still hear the song. Different places sweet dreams and here comes the rain again or you're missionary man. You know those things are. She's been amazing to follow by the way during the pandemic. I don't know if either of you follow her on instagram. but she's she's really been amazing. Just you know sitting No and singing. And just you know having these very heartfelt felt messages to people and Yeah it's been really cool. I will thank you. Yeah a lot of a lot of artists are kind of trying to reach. I think that's been one of the advantages now is like artists are trying to discover ways to connect and through social media. We've kind of you know even though it's not the same as seeing someone live and in person on stage but it kind of feels. A little intimate with your. You're literally stepping inside their house. And so a lot of lot of the.
"carmel" Discussed on What Difference Does It Make
"To what difference does it make and our very special guest on this episode. Carmel holt enough chitchat. Get to the heads down. The countdown begins all right. So we start with number ninety. This is that's love that it is. This is the first of three songs that are on the k rock list. And i will ask holly and you can. You can chime in if you like. K rock now has their rock of the eighties format and they paired it down to eighty songs so they chopped off Twenty five twenty six point seven songs. I'd like to quiz holiday to see if she thinks it's still on the list if it's still relevant did you. By the way. I gave you a cheat mike marrone and tossed it aside did you. Did you study ecorse okay. Good repairs appears show. Good been trained to prep always. Of course sir go all right good perfect. All right did not know this band blancmange. This band was again on. K rock really big especially in eighty four. This was the the pd back. Then was freddy snakeskin and he found a lot of his albums through just digging through crates of albums and he liked to go through the real name object to the trash records and people thrown out but he he liked going through the imports. it was k. I played a lot of imports. So this was one of those and it kind of was something l. a. Took to where did you. What did you think of this me. Yes i loved it. Yeah i i kind of went down the rabbit hole. Oh this oh really cool. And what did i think i was like. Oh yeah they're kind of like Like a poor man's depeche mode or something. This was actually before. Yeah well yeah they start actually out around the same time they were coming up so yeah can still last year. Wasn't it typically do job. That's right yes yes and hedwig were your thoughts of. Do you remember the song i game. I'm gonna reiterate again is so funny. I left nineteen eighty-four music and character. It reminds me how much i lead the music. It reminds me of signs that i have lost since forgotten and i like. Oh my gosh. I i liked similar videos. Couldn't find i listen to but the videos. I couldn't find because i love looking at them too. I love a good mullet and hair. Yeah but diedhiou dave. Do you remember the song i think. Carmel hit the nail on the head with a poor man's depeche mode. But yeah this album. I think they were. They were building up this this following in l. a. and m. They seem yeah. But they wasn't played on mtv so it felt like uniquely ours. I think and that's why there are three songs from blancmange on this. This al for that to maybe. This was a west coast thing. Because i didn't really but anyway it wouldn't have been odd for me not to be aware of them from this time but i will say That there's a lot of eighty s music. That i missed my. I want to say kind of the first time round. I'm putting that in air quotes then. Once i became a programmer and a radio personality i rediscovered at or discovered for the first time so much like i kind of like had a renewed love affair with the eighties because i i was like. I wish that i i was there. You know just two little. Yeah but yeah. That's kind of the fun thing especially when you hear new music. There's a lot of new artists coming out and it reminds you of something you've heard long ago and then you're like. Oh that touched on this band did. That is a long long time ago. And they're doing their own unique takes. It's it's fun and and that's one of the reasons we do. This is because it is kind of lost classics. So i will have collie. Is this song still on the charts. Now it's not. What do you think carmel would still be on the list with this song. Still be on the list the damn list. The list of became rocks on. Do you think this one is still unidentified off now. I don't think so. That is correct. This is no longer on the list. I will say though. There are going to be some surprises. Some songs you might think would be on the list like this but they took off completely all right. So this takes okay holly. Did you say something. Just wanted to comment that that carmel made about depeche mode will find that in a lot of these songs are reminiscent of depeche mode. That's not that that is not surprising. But what's interesting is like how there can be you know of a moment of an era so many bands kind of like tapping into the same. Whatever it is in the in the air you wanna say right but also some of it just being purely a time. Capsule of what instruments were like. There are a lot of these instruments like synthesizers and all things were like having and there was the newest and this right so everyone was kind of like grabbed this gravitational pull towards synthesized music and and i know like depeche mode. Why did they rise to the top versus mosh. Like who knows right is it. The songs was at the look was at the marketing. Yes yes yes. And he looked at dave. Do some bands win over the others if they all kind of are feeding from the same. Have you looked at dave gahan. Have you seen him if you see like you know what not. This is a humble brag. I interviewed him or not. Is the nicest person ever. He's so amazing. He's so amazing and he also is still handsome. Yeah a couple of years. As i saw them live at the hollywood bowl and i hadn't seen them in many many many years and they were they put on such a great show. You receive your doubts about Bans being able to put on a great show of. You're used to seeing you know five piece guitar to guitars. And but they put on such a fantastic show and his voices. Their voices are still great. Amazing you write great songs to yes. It is the power of the front threes right to the top. Okay all right. We banner way there. Yeah we answered our questions. Great songs and greet frontman great performances and sincere so wonderful that shakes us up to number eighty nine. Now we talk about the look and so this this kind of crack me up looking at the video for elvis costello's the only flame in town. I mean it. It was very very much eighties. This is from an album cal. Goodbye cruel world and i don't know if you've ever bought the nineteen ninety five cd reissue. Elvis says congratulations. You just bought the worst. Elvis costello album ever released.
The Power of the Praline
"Let's get to question let us for all liens are pralines or pauline's or lines. This is the first question what are they. Oh heck well a as it turns out the word of prowling can refer to a number of types of candies. What the word means in the american south is a soft fudgy type of carmel. Lumped with pieces of pecan and like a melt in your mouth super sweet rich buttery creamy confection with the contrasting crunch and complementary sweet buttery flavor cons so good. Oh my heck it's typically made by cooking a sugar with butter milk or cream or condensed milk. Maybe a little bit of annella and then at chapter have cons. An easter this constantly until it is a thick syrup softball stage for y'all candy makers and then you pour the the mass out onto a tray or a slab cool either in a single sheet to be broken into pieces later or in individual mounds sort of the the size and shape of a cookies when they're done they're dry the touch not sticky until they start to melt which they can like skin temperature You can get variations in there that include like rum for flavoring chocolate pralines peanut butter pralines chewier caramel praline. Pralines encased in hard chocolate sometimes called turtles cetera You can make them with other nuts too. I guess that is something. I've never seen but researching this episode. I have learned. That is definitely a thing. Yeah yeah okay. So in europe we run into some kind of serious linguistic confusion. Because in france from what i understand the word Prowling means whole almonds or other nuts that are cooked in boiling sugar then cooled so that it creates like granulated coding that keeps the almond inside fresh and i think it can also mean That confection crushed into a powder for use in like other candy making or baking. Or what have you here in the states we do call nuts that have been encased in a crunchy dairy sugar coating praline nuts and praline. Pecans are a holiday delicacy in the south. Yes meanwhile back in france. There's a related term of a means groundnuts or possibly praline knots cooked into a soft paste with sugar and chocolate and then coated in a hard chocolate. Shell like a like a bon. Bon yelm right. Meanwhile in belgium the word probably means any confection consisting of a hard chocolate shell encasing a softer filling one of the traditional fillings or perhaps traditional filling being prawning. Y'all it takes me like a really silly amount of time to suss all of this out i. It was like cross-referencing i. There was a lot of translating pages from french with google translate blake. I got very confused for a very hot minutes. Yeah that's one of the funny things about when you do grow up in an area and you don't realize something as regional venture outside of it and you're like wait you call leads. What and way for us. 'cause you just kind of assume the word means this turn out not necessarily yeah Yes so so. That's fun when you're googling it is it is it adds an extra layer of challenge of fun difficulty. A wrinkle an air history perhaps mystery what brolly are really great. Are we talking about well lauren. What about the nutrition. Well there. they're treat. It's you know it's sugar in nuts and fat it treats are nice. Tweets are great Not circling tristesse would imagine. I did find I guess this is a good transition into numbers portion. Because there aren't any numbers on pralines. But i did find one. That really cracked me up. And it was hyper specific to how many germans or eating pralines and how many were having more than one a day. And i just loved that this exists and is obviously not a well. Maybe not obviously but not the feeling we're talking about so i didn't include it but it was very funny to me that like only twenty percent of germans have proud leans more than once a day like a lot to me still. I'm just paraphrasing. Don't don't quote me on that but it was okay. Gave me a chuckle. that study did. Yeah yeah i Right right sussing out the numbers for for what. We are focusing on in this episode. Which is the american. South's version of that. Melty kind of fudge. Like pecan praline situation. Sussing that out from everything else was was was tough numbers size but i will say that at shops in new orleans that still make pralines by hand. I'm just i'm not gonna say consistently. I'm so sorry for anyone who is already being driven completely up the wall by this yeah shops new orleans. Still make them by hand out like for example Lays pralines a batch of two hundred takes about forty minutes to make start to finish and dedicated. Three person team can turn out a thousand a day. Whoa right hoof at the new orleans school of cooking. which does cooking demos and classes. They make thousands a day in overlapping batches and one cook who who mostly does candy making for them By the name of our ruffin told the la times. If i had to keep account on how many i make. I think i'd probably quit
Revelation 12-18: Signs and Symbols
"John continues explaining his vision to us today in. Its filled with lots of signs and symbols. That means many of these things aren't literal their symbolic and while there is some debate. Now about what. These things mean if we try to figure out how to apply them to future events. John's original audience probably wasn't confused at all. They saw this vision through the lens of israel's history and as you know jewish literature loves signs and numbers and symbols so will impact some of that today. I we see a woman giving birth to a child that would rule the nations. There's a beast that doesn't like this. Who tries to put a stop to it. All she goes to live in the wilderness. Where god takes care of her. Does any of that sound familiar. Most people think this woman is israel that satan is the dragon and that the stars that got swooped down by the dragon's tail or the angels. Who joined him. War breaks out in heaven between the elect. Angels and satans angels and the elec angels win so satan and his angels are addicted. Since they can't stay in heaven they mount an attack on earth but god miraculously protects israel boarded again. Satan's angel goff to attack. God's other kids and in john's times they likely would have seen this as referring to the gentiles. Or maybe the church at large. Or maybe the remnant of israel in chapter thirteen giannis. A sea beast. It sounds a lot like the dragon. Seven heads ten horns and if you're with us in the old testament you may remember that horns symbolize kings or kingdoms there a sign of power. Everybody on earth thinks the beast is awesome. And if you're alive during john's day you're probably thinking oh right room because everyone worships this beast. Except for god's kids according to verse eight and for the jews in john's day this would be a flashback to the book of daniel when he and a few of his friends were living in babylon and king nebuchadnezzar demanded to be worshiped. So in verse eleven. John reminds his readers. How god's kids are called to respond in this kind of situation he says ear is a call for the endurance and faith of the saints. The way to overcome is to remain faithful despite persecution next. John describes an earth beast. This beast has a lot of power over the people of earth and does a lot of things that are attempts to counterfeit god in his ways. It looks like a lamb at fakes. Its own resurrection. And it has people mark themselves on the forehead and the hand remember the factories. We talked about a little leather boxes with scripture and then that religious jews where that comes from deuteronomy six four through eight which says eero israel the lord our god the lord is one you shall love the lord god with all your heart and with all your soul and with all your might and these words that i command you today shall be on your heart you shall bind them as a sign on your hand and they shall be as front litz between your is the beast counterfeits this with his own name instead of the name of god and remember how in hebrew every letter of the alphabet has a number assigned to it. The beast name is spelled with the letter. Six six six which also happens to be how you spell out the name of nero the roman emperor so this probably isn't literal. It's probably representative of who you worship. There are other ways to interpret this through a modern lens but if we look at it through the lens of john's readers they likely would have understood roamed be babylon two point which we already know from i peter five and they probably would have seen this hand forehead business as representative of who you belong to are you mark. With god's name or rome's we're in jerusalem in chapter fourteen. And jesus is there with a one hundred and forty four thousand which again maybe a precise number. It is probably symbolic of a much larger number. These marked with god's name on their foreheads and probably not literally they sing and worship god then three angels show up with three messages angel number. One says worship god because judging is coming angel number two says babylon is fallen. Angel number three says those who worshipped the beast. Instead of god will hit god's judgment and everlasting punishment and again. John reminds his readers in verse. Twelve year is a call for the endurance of the saints. Those who keep the commandments of god and their faith in jesus despite the attacks of the beast god has the final. Say some angels assist. Maybe jesus in beginning to work out justice and vengeance on the earth by the way. John says these angels come out of the temple in heaven yesterday and today. We've seen three references to this temple in heaven. Some believe the earthly temple was a literal replica of a temple in heaven and simply the word temple is just a reverence to god's dwelling place in general and this may or may not be the same thing referred to in chapter fifteen as the sanctuary of the tent of witness seven. More angels. Come out carrying seven bowls of god's wrath which are also described as plagues. Some of these plagues might remind you of what we saw. A longtime ago in egypt sores on those who don't worship god the season the rivers and springs become blood the sun scorch and burns people then darkness than the river dries up and the enemies of god used their demonic powers to perform signs just like barros magicians then before the seventh bowl the armies at the world gathering the planes of armageddon on our trips to israel we stand on mount carmel and look over that patch of land in john's day. It served as the crossroads of the world kind of like the atlanta airport and while the armies are gathered there. The seventh angel pours out his bowl of earthquakes. Fallen city sunken islands crumbling mountains lightning thunder and one hundred pound. Hailstones and god makes babylon or rome. Drink the cup of his wrath
Why Are Leaf Blowers So Annoying?
"Hey brain stuff lauren Vogel Bob here the sounds of autumn satisfying crunch the crisp apple or fallen leaves to your feet or the teeth grinding noise of a leaf blower. Powered by electric or gasoline motors that propel air out of a nozzle to send leaves and grass cuttings flying leaf blowers are probably the most Vilnai's devices in the lawn care universe to the noise that they have met in the mid nineteen seventies when leaf blowers became ubiquitous in the United States to California cities adopted early bands of the Equipment Carmel by the sea beverly labeled the leaf. Blowers a noise nuisance and banned their use a move that has been followed by hundreds of other cities across the United States to some degree. But what is it about leaf blowers that people hate is that the decibels the constancy delete blowers pose real dangers to the health of users or others who happen to be within earshot increasingly, the answer appears to be yes to all of the above. Leaf blowers may send leaves and lawn clippings for a ride, but the gusts which reach one, hundred, eighty, two, two, hundred, and eighty miles per hour. That's about two, hundred, ninety, two, four, hundred, fifty kilometers per hour also create a nose clogging swirl of fungus spores, herbicides, and microbes. The resulting dust is so aggravating to people with allergies, asthma bronchitis, and other respiratory maladies that the American Lung Association recommend staying away from leaf blowers altogether. And then there's the air pollution operating a commercial leaf blower for one hour and it's as much smog forming pollution as you would if you drove a recent mid-size car as say twenty sixteen Toyota Camry from Los Angeles Denver, which is about a one, thousand, one, hundred mile or a one, thousand, eight, hundred kilometer trip. That's because most leaf blowers used to cycle engines they're lightweight and inexpensive, but they require a mixture of gasoline and oil to run unlike more complex engines. They don't have separate chambers for fueling lubricants when operated the engine wastes approximately one third of the combined mixture releasing carbon monoxide, nitrous oxide, and hydrocarbons into the air. Three toxins are some of the main culprits in the air pollution from leaf blowers. Carbon monoxide helps for smug nitrous oxide is a prime ingredient in acid rain and has been linked to global warming. Hydrocarbons are cancer causing organic compounds that also contribute to smog formation plus leaf blowers are noisy. How noisy are they when you engage in conversation? That's a noise level of about. Sixty decibels according to the center for hearing and Communication. If you're strolling on a sidewalk in a car goes by that's about seventy decibels a leaf blower, even fifty feet or fifteen meters away can be up to seventy five decibels and right up close that jumps well into the nineties according to the World Health Organization any noise about seventy decibels risks causing physical hearing damage. And then there's the mental toll. Miss. A phony is a relatively newly classified condition in which people are angered by particular sounds like chewing or knuckle cracking although leaf blowers aren't mentioned in the diagnosis parameters it stands to reason this phony may be related to people's dislike the machines because they're extra sensitive to sound. Preliminary data shows that phones brains may have a hypersensitive connection between the auditory system and the LIMBIC system, which is the part of the brain that's responsible for creating emotions. It's so much a part of life for a phones that they can be shocked others don't feel or react the same way to certain noises. But being irritated by leaf blowers doesn't necessarily mean your phone. Erica. Walker a doctoral student at Harvard. University's Chan. School. Of Public Health discovered that is far less irritating to create a sound than it is to hear it in a survey of one thousand, fifty residents more than a dozen Boston neighborhoods, Walker found that the majority of respondents said they couldn't control or get away from noises like leaf blowers and they believed that no one really cared that it annoyed them. What's more other research has shown that leaf blowers, a low frequency noise that penetrates through outer walls into homes and businesses in a way that some other noises passing vehicles, for example do not. However. Leaf blowers have become an integral part of commercial lawn care while a leaf blower may sound like fingernails across chalkboard to you for the businesses that rely on them portion of their livelihood. It's probably music to the ears.
Kroger opening ghost kitchens to fuel ClusterTruck
"Grocery. Chain Kroger perhaps you've heard of it as partnering with Indianapolis, Startup Cluster track, which is the best name ever to provide on demand delivery cluster truck operates a delivery service for those so-called Ghost. Those are created to provide online delivery for food. There's not a restaurant that you go to. There's no physical. They're they're kroger is providing space in its meal preparation areas, poor cluster staff to cook meals for delivery or in store pickup. The partnership formalizes a pilot program that it tried in Carmel and Indianapolis Indiana and Columbus Ohio. Ghost kitchens also called dark kitchens or cloud kitchens as a new startup trend attracting the likes of former Uber, CEO Travis Kalinic who started cloud kitchens at another competitor in Pasadena California called kitchen united.
Interview With Carmela Wilkins
"Now for this week's interview. I'm talking with Carmelo Wilkins a graphic designer at ab partners in New York City. Let's start the show. Paul Right. So tell us who you are and what you do everyone. My name is Carmel Wilkens and I'm a graphic designer ab partners, which is a digital strategy and creative storytelling agency that is black owned and founded Nice I. Definitely want to get more into that but before we do you know of course, we are recording this now it's in the middle of. Even to say, it's the middle because of the rising cases I feel like we're still somewhere in the beginning but how are you holding up during this time right now? Oh my goodness I would have to say the biggest struggle for existing in the same space in which I work and also live. Or I used to be able to leave my apartment, go to the office and then be able to come back home. You know my retreat my safe haven. But now there's no distinction between two because my desk in my bed are about I don't know a third of an inch away from one another. It something that I've experienced since working from home and having short from home that it's especially the first couple months was really difficult to to have that distinction to create space for myself where I can just rest be at. Men. Also explore my own personal pursuits within my practice. So that's something that's definitely been difficult and also having to support and maintain my family as the breadwinner, my family that live in Rhode Island, and during the beginning of the pandemic, the beginning of quarantine, I had to run around and figure out how to get my sister who studying abroad in Japan. While he was supposed to the umbrella in Japan this past semester from Tokyo back to the US. Yeah. It was. It was really intense. My greatest fear was number forty five was going to just block off all of East Asia including US citizens and that would cause an entirely new problem but are very lucky me and my mom are very lucky to get my sister over here as soon as we could very thankful for that. Haven't even think about like I knew that there were supposed to be some travel restrictions from I think some countries in Europe I hadn't even considered Asia. Although I think now, countries, WANNA keep us out like I. Think the just recently as like Americans y'all stay over there don't come over here. It's a real kind of interesting struggle I. Think a lot of folks are getting into you know I'll tell you I saw a few months ago I was working for a company and. right around like March the folks that were in the New York office they said, okay. We're going to close the office and you have to work from home and then they had to kind of adjust to. Kind of being in this sort of now space where you have to work in live in the same spot and. Work remotely for like over ten years now I, live in Atlanta so like for me wasn't a big huge departure in that like you said, like you're better your desk like a third of an inch away from each other same but. I think what's been the rough is like not having the option to leave like you could leave and go somewhere but it's just not the smart thing to do. So it's like this weird kind of push pull tension between. Wanting to almost want to say rebel and go out. But then there's also like the fear of missing out if you're staying inside being safe. So you're like Oh. What should I do? You know what's the right choice to make? So I understand that that was it been in New York? Has Been, very, interesting as had so many ups and downs are have had my. From all the stays outside of New, York contacting left and right from overseas just wondering if I'm okay. How am I eating how my paying my rent? Like how do I have a roof over my head and it's it's been stressful on to reassure everyone like hey, I'm okay. Responsible saying if I am leaving my apartment, I'm also coordinating with the three other people that live with. We have this rotating schedule of WHO's leaving the House to specifically for groceries not for everything else not like from going for a walk or something but. On the quarantine in New York when we were really confined to art to disarm apartment and we were concerned with if of our roommates were sick or not not knowing like having massive era of uncertainty with what was going on in the households on just how going to sustain ourselves. So we created those really awesome system of how we're going to get groceries who's going to get. It has greater safety net and why like physical safety? Not all's. When it comes to go outside and retrieving groceries and coming back and sharing that space in the kitchen and how to do that A. Mindful away. If we're cautious about, say one of our roommates being sick which actually did happen. One of my roommates were sick for about thirty five days and we were very confused and also scared honestly, and they were definitely as while if they were sick or not. If they had covert but we all got tested I believe last month while three under the four of us got tested last month and to including came back negative and then one of my roommates came back positive. So. What it means because it doesn't really mean anything the tests aren't hundred percent accurate sort kind of like, okay. We live together like we're gonNA continue watching for each other symptoms and see what happens. That is both confusing and scary. Yes exactly. I mean to take the test. I mean, of course to know whether or not you're negative or positive but then because it seems like well, the virus is mutating and you know the symptoms are changing and. I. Hope you're staying safe I mean I I don't really know what advice to kind of given that. Than, just to the vigilant wash your hands so Social distancing. Well, let's talk about a be partners. You mentioned that being a digital strategy firm, it's black owned. How has it been adjusting to working from home if they've been cool everything. AM So. To be working where I work book, we have had moments on a one to one basis with on the team recall said moments as full team to just talk about their current reality that we are all facing. The is impacting us in various ways that we either have chosen to spoke about or having spoken about one another, and this is also my first full time job before I was freelancing. So it's really comforting to know the management team and those are the overseeing everything have employers in mind like our health, our our mental wellbeing, our overall wellbeing in mind, and at any point during the last, I don't know how many months has been I'm like losing track of time at this point. Like. If at any point, we needed to just take a step back from all the craziness going on. It's okay to do so and they completely understand. So that was really really important for me because I really value work life balance I. Think they've done a great job at the beginning of the quarantine they're just like, Hey, folks. So we want everyone to be really comfortable and adjust themselves to work from. Home. Like here's some extra cash like on us to really make your `rumour habitable for working and living, and I was really I was really kind. They didn't have to do that but but they did and I really appreciate it out. So did everyone else
"Going to talk about Zucchini and I understand that sale has a story about that well I just wanted to say that every time Ellen that Zucchini starts rolling in from the garden I make a particular recipe, and this recipe has its roots back in the nineteen early nineteen eighties when I lived out in the mid Hudson, Valley and I had a small baby and We just moved there. We didn't know anybody. I was totally lonely. Taking care of a baby is demanding, and just got kind of depressed right, and so my husband, one night in an attempt to cheer me up, said Let's get a babysitter and go out to dinner, so we went to West stockbridge to have dinner at Miss Ruby's cafe. We had this delicious meal and the dish that I loved most seemed like it was a very simple combination of onions and so Kini. And yet it had an amazing flavor, and so I asked Ruth the chef at the end of the meal. How that dish was prepared, and she said Oh I'm so glad you liked that dish. Mima in Texas used to make this and what it basically was was soukina onion in a pan? Some oil and the secret. Is You caramelized? You Cook Zucchini and the onion until it's Golden Brown, and starts to Carmel is, and once that happens then you add just a little bit of Sour Cream and salt and pepper, and serve it, and it is mazing so every year I remember that I remember how depressed and lonely I was. On Nice thing you know my husband did because we we don't. We don't tend to go out to eat a lot. Because we liked to cook, and we'd like our own cooking that memory of of her generosity of telling me how it made right, and how delicious it was I prepare it every year, and I am preparing it now as my Zucchini ripens in July I. Totally love that story for so many reasons I can't even tell you first of. Of all, that was so nice Oh. Dan To take for dinner second of all because she shared that information with you. It's a wonderful thing when people who love Food and love to cook share their recipes. I have no patience for people who leave out the secret ingredient that is just not cool people I just have to ask you. How was the Zucchini Cut? Was it little rounds? Was It yes, because you cut it in rally and you'll cut? Just cut the onion into either slices or chop it into bigger pieces, and then cook it in oil as I say until the secret. Is You caramelized that you let them turn that golden color? and You keep you keep stirring it, which is bachelor so that it doesn't burn? That's what An. Impulse. Simple simple and the that caramelized flavor of the Zucchini then. Combined with the creaming us of a little bit of sour cream, and you don't even need much sour cream and I suppose you could use creme, fresh or something else, or you could even put it I have in the past actually put it in a casserole dish at that point and sprinkle cheese on the top. And then put it in the oven to melt the cheese. That's another combination. Creamy nece of the dairy along with the caramelized flavor of the Zucchini and the onions. Oh, it was good and I also love the fact that it was. Her mother's recipe. Some people are so overwhelmed by Caney harvest that they really need recipe ideas. I'm betting that you. Could you know how you do that? Thing where you slice your veg and you roast them and freeze them. Do you think you do that with Zucchini? Could you slice I know you can because I do it all the time I take my excess Akini. I slice it I. Don't put oil on. On it nothing I put it on parchment paper, and a three hundred and fifty degree oven, and I cook it until the edges start to get a little golden brown color. Cool, it put them in a plastic bag and put them in the freezer, and then you can use them in anything. You are preparing all winter long. You know another thing you can do if you don't want to heat up your kitchen. I sometimes cut the Soukina those round slices and dehydrate them, and then I can just store them in a glass jar. Re hydrate them. They reheat. Really easily and really nicely, so that's something that you can store without a freezer without refrigeration once you've tried them the
"carmel" Discussed on KCRW
"This is such a cool funky one sorry I have to cut it off but I want you to let I wanna let you know this is north downs with dad's old tapes out of the U. K. really funky groovy came outta this year last year I believe started things off with father MC that song has nothing to do with fatherhood but he is called father and see and it's an uplifting one that I have on my play list that is like my go to playlist for uplifting music and the song is called everything's gonna be alright featuring Joe to see one of my favorite nineties R&B groups hope some of you were jamming out to that one Funkadelic in the mix with sexy ways also not well actually it's not a song about being a dad but Funkadelic George Clinton arguably one of the founders of funk music indeed and who would you say are some of the other founding fathers of funk music there's probably a few of them I don't know if there's just one I mean one might be my dad slime the family stone who I played next remember who you are I love that one I had such a good when the lyrics that when a beautiful that's from nineteen seventy nine on the album back on the right track also the Winston's in the set with color him father I love that one because it's about step fathers which are so important sometimes come in and fill in the blanks when the biological dad can't be there and I have a great step father in addition to an awesome dad too so I'm really looking that way shout out to all the stepfather's that tractors from nineteen sixty nine my name is novena Carmel here on K..
"carmel" Discussed on KCRW
"This is novena Carmel.
"carmel" Discussed on KCRW
"Performing arts Hey once again my name is novena Carmel and you're tuned into Casey R. W. let's get into a fun one that I discovered a few months ago by Bobby McFerrin the the he's.
"carmel" Discussed on CincyBrewcast
"That's that's what we based our numbers on Unfortunately or fortunately Our first year business we were doing as many as seven hundred fifty a day. So what did is create a lot of pivoting in the back of the house. But now that we're going to table side service. I think there's actually going to be more organization in ease of of a flow for that to happen and we still expect to have three hundred people here at any given time. Of course if if the weather's Nice I don't think that's GonNa Change Bit throwing On on any given night you could have come here and you know seeing three hundred people and we can space them twelve feet apart if we want so. I think that's gonna be the norm. I think this summer going to be great for us. That's I went to To to to breweries on Thursday. Because that's my duty and They both had about the same amount of people little but one of them had a very large very spacious patio. One of very tiny Kind of very very small patio and it it. The crowd feels so different. When you go to the even if the same amount of people just because of the way the space set up and You guys could. Have you know a whole lot of people there and it would still feel like one of those kind of calm relaxed patio so I guess we don't want people to wait in their cars either? You know we don't make money if people are waiting in their cars. We make money if they're if they're buying pints and drinks and cocktails so we're gonNA have designated areas just for staging so You know if you're tables not ready or a fifteen twenty minute wait. They'll be a designated area that you can go and have service so The whole experience is going to be Managed I think in a in a better way. you know we've got outlets for that in we've got plenty of room to to build it talk about you have anything new and exciting on tap right now or we actually have We do we. Will we have something new going on So this year were putting the The collaboration that we do since I do The Queen Bee the beer. The benefits are Paul Nation. Program that is going into a package this week so Instead of releasing are Summer Week Beer we're GONNA release That beer the summer So it's only been available at the zoo and at the tap room for the past Yasha. Guess it's been five years now. I've drank a whole bunch of that beer at the zoo. All bunce that. It's it'll be back this year. If they open. I mean it's back on tap at all the stations and hopefully That's a great point you know they've they've got a hurdle themselves and and I don't know how that's GonNa look but you know we'll do whatever we can to support him look at so many businesses and not even the ones that are associated with beer but the beer's obviously the easy conversation right now the zoo and how much you know they. They do support local breweries. And you look at the the Red Stadium and how much beer they're normally buying and we don't still don't really know what that's GonNa look like this year if the if there's even going to be games down there and like you you see how that rip as an effects all these other businesses and it just It's going to be. We're going like we're going to feel the the repercussions from this for a really long time and a lot of different ways and that that scares me the like everybody's GonNa think you're oh things are going back to normal and then all the sudden the company that you love closes because they're still feeling that wave from before and I don't it's it's scary I either. I hope everyone that regularly consumes Craft beer will will think a little longer in a little harder about choosing a local craft. Beer I think that's a good message for all of us to put out there that you know maybe make an extra effort to to find something you really liked. It's local and because I think we all and we could all use it. I mean some were another's but You know at the end of the day Roll Roll this together. I guess I'd say now I said a catch it we will get through it and I think that's the important thing to keep in mind through all of this that you know it's like one step at a time and just focusing on what you can do with this moment and the next moment and the moment after that and I you know I know that a lot of people are freaked out about going out of their house and being social again but just go and and if you walk into somewhere and you don't feel comfortable go home and that's fine but like maybe when you get there you'll see that it's a little more comfortable than you think it's going to be when you're sitting at home in your cocoon watching you know your your TV. Whatever the sensationalist news program. You're watching that's telling you it's the end of the world Yeah that's a good point and we another thing. We accomplished over the past two months as we built a new website. And it's that's a light year just light years above where we're at. It's awesome and part of that game plan. Moving forward is that there will be quite a few people who are not ready yet to socialize or be around a lot of people so are Curbside business is going to be amped up quite a bit with assign parking spots We have an online ordering APP and our new Website now so It's it's all part of the the next phase and getting through the summer and accommodating to as much of the market as we can. So we'RE WE'RE WE'VE GOT. We've got everything we can offer Launching relaunching this business whether it be take out whether it be sit down whether it be just kicking on the porch with a beer. We're GONNA offer everything we offered before. Just a little better. That's that's all that we as as beer drinkers and fans of Mount Carmel. Ask for just you know keeping keeping that feeling of what makes Karma what it is and just keeping it keeping that intact while growing and still improving I'm excited to see how that continues. It's GONNA be Great. It'll be great for anybody. That's listening. Go get him out. If you're listening to this go to Mount Carmel and get a beer like that's the that's the exciting part is that things are reopening. And you can do that. I doubt first beer. Sitting on the patio looking at the pond is probably gonNA taste better than any Mount Carmel. Beer that I think I've ever had. I cannot wait for that. You're not alone it'll be. It'll be fun to be able to get the family out of the House. Eventually and Get them outside in some actual fresh air and have a beer together. Thank you very much for giving me a few minutes of your time and Good luck getting. Everything started back up as always if we can do anything. Just let us know and I I think I'm speaking for all of us here in Cincinnati. If we can do anything just let us know we will be there to keep that place going and keep it for what it is because it is an absolute treasure to have a place like Mount Carmel and Cincinnati. We appreciate it and I appreciate your time We wish you all the best of luck. Well I'm going to sit down here and do you like five more shows too so I don't have to go back upstairs and deal with the chaos that I know is troubled existing. Thank you guys. Very much and Oh hang on. I always mess this up when I'm sitting here by myself Will back next week. I don't know who's on the show next week but it's probably somebody awesome so keep Keep listening subscribe share. And all those things that you're supposed to do and like I say get to Mount Carmel and drink a beer or go to your favorite retailer by Carmel..
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"These these are people that are still with us and You know that longevity also does a lot for brand Turnover is is not good. Instability is not good so long-term Maybe the answer to your question. Previous was create a stable long-term environment that can weather the storms. And that's what we're going to continue to do because this past two months I've I've never got more things done. My list is so small. Great I feel the office that I feel like. I can't get anything done but me like it's just me so That took a little bit of getting used to you. Know coming here for two months and working by myself I mean you hear every every fountain every bird every every move. You're walking through a building that would normally house three hundred people in its empty So That took some getting used to but at the same time like. I said I've never had more projects completed in The updates We've done to the carriage house with the the soundproofing the furnishings Were making a major pivot to the way we operate. We're going to table side service We're going to have a hostess in We've got tools. I mean we've got the old tap room you know we've got We've got things we can we can do that. I think we'll be fun and nostalgic I mean this is this month marks fifteen years and We we we sold our first product in May of two thousand five and here we are reopening in two out. May of two thousand twenty if you could go back in and and look forward to what things you know when he started this business and he look at what today. Looks like you know you're standing on this massive carriage house that doesn't have any people. It's it's crazy the The road that everything travels is. Is it difficult you know? Today's craft beer world. You know you you get these beers you talk about. You know you're not gonNA have that period that's the best seller on the shell for that everybody's running around screaming about you have good solid beer. That everybody's like I love that beer Is it difficult to watch as trends are flashing? And you have a place that does have that next hot thing and everybody's on facebook talking about it and people are lining up down the street to to buy sixteen ounce cans of whatever it is. Is it difficult to see that happening? And see what that's generating for place a or place B. and to still kind of keep that focus of who you guys are and and and just stay on your track of of what. Mount Carmel is all about. I think the You know I think that that that popularity in craziness is good for our current business model just to generate interest in in the industry and keep things afloat in The media in intrigued and engaged And for me to In in that's helpful for us but what I miss most about all of it is Man We you know. Ten years ago we all knew each other We all communicated with one another In a the gone are the days I guess where me and John are sitting on a panel up in Athens. Ohio every year thrown back beers and and talking about beer in it's just You know all those. The I feel like our beer community is is not close. Knit in it's not Feel like we're all kind of fighting our own battles and doing our thing and You know it. I just used to communicate. No meet all the all the principal players in in the SIBER- market were were literally in the beer. Market you know. We're all at the winner beer fest and you know you're hard pressed to go anywhere and find someone that has an equity stake in business at a beer vet. How do we is it possible to get back to that kind of that community in that feeling of it at least I see? Can we go back at all or is it just too far gone at this point because of the nature of how big it's gotten it's it's just gotten so big it's not it it it won't be what it was in my opinion but You know we have A huge growth in the industry It's just a for me as someone who's been around to see everything evolves from from day one That's that's what I miss about it. That's that's the part that's no longer there. It's just it's just Kathleen and I. We're not rubbing shoulders with many other people and unless someone needs something they reach out or we need something that we reach out but Yeah it's not the same We saw that bottom is officially closed. I think we saw the the writing on the wall. A little bit about that with some of their The problems with the the holding company. I guess for the For rock bottom but You can't say rock-bottom it without I can't say it or here without just thinking about Mitch you know. Like I think he'd say for me rock bottom wasn't there until Mitch was there and then When I hear that brand I think of him so you know. Just a shout out to him. He's we miss him down there and he decides away in his basement around guys now and doesn't come out but he's another person. I don't see or talk to you right. I when I think you know whenever I talk to people. It's you hear a lot of people say. Oh yeah I I get to get out anymore. I don't get to go grab a beer anywhere. And everybody says that everybody is just kind of holed up in their their own little world trying to trying to manage what that is whereas it didn't necessarily used to be that way you used to use to be able to walk into a taproom and you would see somebody else in that taproom. That was from another rule. I just needed come check it out to see what they were doing like that. That that doesn't exist as much anymore I I. I don't know if maybe all of this this shutdown crap if that kind of reignite some of that in people again I mean everybody is going to be pretty. Caught up here at the beginning. Trying to manage reopening what that looks like but if it kind of reignite some of that The the passion of what craft beer is about more than just their business alone. I don't know I. I hope that we go back to some kind of Some kind of throwback to what things used to be like As people are not of grateful is right word. Grateful that as many places where able survive through this is where everybody there was doom and gloom when March fifteenth hit and the. The news came that we had That everything had to shut down. Everybody said they walk. Maybe DOWN TO TWO HALF THE BURRIS. We were before this. Everybody's GonNa close and we still don't really know the full repercussions of it. But I don't think it's going to be as bad as people thought it was going to be. I think I craft breweries are scrappy. You know people were able to to fight and to make things work even when you didn't necessarily think they were able to. I'm not so worried about. I think maybe maybe if brilliant up closing after all this is over maybe they were gonNA close anyway right In and this may be a nail in the coffin or something like that but Really restaurants I'm concerned about How long's this you know? We were shocked that the state of Ohio didn't mandate a percentage cut of the number patrons. You're allowed to have in your restaurant that that shocks me. I thought dewine was going to be a fifty percent cut or something like that but You know the panel worked The group he put together did a great job and he allowed People to to to to scrap to to find ways to to maximize their square footage in keep people safe and I thought I thought that was huge. But you know at the end of the day I don't believe there was a restaurant owner out there. That was putting fifty percent of their gross last year in their back pocket. So so if if you're reducing your serviceable tables to fifty percent or sixty percent You're still losing money every day. I mean how how you know. The restaurants will be interesting. I I don't know you know. We're going to have to do well on the sunny days and expect losses on the on the on the rainy days and That'll that that's what concerns me because as much as We've become a beer town where we're also quite the food town and and there's I don't WanNa lose that talk about the the process of restarting a machine like a a restaurant and and getting things back up and running after not for two months The what does that mean. What does that picture look like getting things going again? Well for a lot of us it means a putting twenty thousand dollars with a nuclear We we we have. We had our our chef chef. David come in It took him about three days to decommission the kitchen And deep clean move appliances stuff like that He this is his first day. Back We're talking on a Monday. So by the end of today he will be prepping food. He'll be because we're scratch kitchen so everything has to be made between now and Thursday and The the disadvantage there is. We've got nothing to start with so it. It's a lot of stress on the back of the House and with US pivoting to Assigned seats and table side service. The Front of the House has to learn a completely new concept and It's GonNa be interesting interesting week. Will you also spent so much time trying to figure out what what the crowd looks. Like for you guys. I don't I don't know when you guys open the carriage house what you expected the crowds to be like versus what it ended up being but I bet you guys were a little busier than than most places. You know think they're going to be when when you open a place like that so you adjust to that you figure that out and figure out what your normal is in and you get used to that and then this happens and now you're coming back into that same process and you're looking at it as what does. What does the Sunny Saturday look? Like is is the place packed again or are people afraid to go out of their house and it's just kind of a calm relaxed to you. Know half full Restaurant what does it mean? And how do you? How do you predict that? And how do you prepare for that? Especially when you're looking at the kitchen that has that has a scratch kitchen like that to give give you an idea we We designed the kitchen To Produce Two hundred and fifty tickets a day.
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"Jewelers in Carmel we check daisy had to leave for an appointment I wrangled up some Chasin hammer and that he put his head in there with him and I said Hey why don't you do spend and with me and rob you it you have this amazing story yesterday on the hammer Nigel show about Sean Spicer and this cameo thing which you guys are on the check him out and this is for people who don't know it's like a a way that you can order up a video message from someone that you I mean I I wanna say famous people but I don't consider us fake miss what you truly are yeah so so bunch of way more celebrity people are out there than us but we are also out there because we got a request to be out there so you like say okay our price for a cameo video messages twenty nine dollars and you can have a say Happy Birthday a happy anniversary whatever goes to your friend or whoever you want to send it to right and so like Robb's friends once ordered a cameo from us for rob to dislike insult embase claiming I had low testosterone happy to do maybe it's a low key center some hammer Nigel sent you but cameo is filled with like super not well known people like us and then like really well known people right right and you've heard again who charge twenty nine twenty nine dollars okay because it doesn't sound as bad as thirty but it kind it is thirty and Sean Spicer is on this cameo deal and he normally charges this this blew my mind how much four hundred dollars for a message so what four hundred DOT so if you want Sean Spicer that Spicer spicy from dancing stars in the White House press secretary to send your message Hey Ron Spicer here keep making America great again all right buddy have a good day that will be four hundred dollars because really there's not even guidelines about how long of a message you're required to take to get someone they they suggest anything about fifteen seconds I think and ours are usually around a minute man and a half right and so literally Sean Spicer could be like Hey what's up some like somebody paid the lead singer of sugar ray's mark McGrath to break up with their boyfriend but I've seen that before so there are some interesting things that can happen on cameo for sure but Spicer now he's doing a sale for Valentine's day normally it's.
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"Sunset center in Carmel it's four fifty this is All Things Considered from NPR news I'm ari Shapiro and MOD Cornish president trump's new national security adviser warns that China is coming for your personal information Robert o'brien says if you think Facebook and Google know a lot about you it could be worse that's the reason he says he's trying to convince key allies to stay away from the Chinese telecom company Huawei here to talk about this warning is NPR's a White House correspondent Franco during is will come back thank you o'brien's painting a dark picture here can you be specific about the danger he's talking about yeah well where is this Chinese tech company that has close ties to the Chinese communist government they make cell phones but they also build these highly specialized equipment for five G. networks their marketing their goods to the world but Robert o'brien is questioning why some allies would even consider allowing while weigh in at all I spoke to a Brian on the sidelines of the Reagan national defense forum in California he warns that it will open a back door for the Chinese government to access their most sensitive data to every medical record every social media post every email every financial transaction of every citizen in the country with cloud computing and an artificial intelligence can be sucked up how to walk away into mass of servers in China given the stakes here is this avoidable well the trump administration has taken steps to block while way and other companies with ties to the Chinese government from U. S. systems the concern is about countries that accept walk away as a partner o'brien says that the United States is going to be very wary of sharing intelligence with countries that use while way and yet it's been difficult to persuade allies to do the same how come well frankly because it's so cheap western companies like Nokia and Ericsson and Qualcomm they simply can't offer the same prices and still turn a profit now I should say that Australia New Zealand Japan they agreed to block while way but other countries other allies like Canada and Britain said they're open to allowing the company to build some of their networks in kind of less sensitive areas again o'brien says they're taking a great risk these are very serious questions are being asked it's great to get a discount it's great to get something for free but at the end of the day there really isn't yeah it really isn't free there's no free lunch he says allies need to think about the long term consequences how is president trump talking about this with those allies trump talk to leaders last week when he was in London for the NATO summit he talked about this but he also downplayed the chances that he would be able to convince everybody well I'm not working very hard on that but I do think it's a security risk.
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"I these days it off just this week all the little hold back face on takes on the ways long and we this I saw the the hello friends hope you're enjoying the vibes on KCRW my name is novena Carmel I am here Sunday night twelve to three AM host every Sunday this is sunny moon idea.