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Months into war, Ukraine refugees slow to join EU workforce

AP News Radio

00:53 sec | 2 weeks ago

Months into war, Ukraine refugees slow to join EU workforce

"Ludmilla chili jovic used to have a career as a lawyer in Ukraine and big plans for the future that was before the Russian invasion forced the 41 year old woman to leave both her job and home behind and head for Europe with her daughter One of the millions of refugees who have fled Ukraine chili jovic considers herself lucky to have a job at all not fluent enough in either check or English should tell the AP she hasn't minded the work as long as she and her daughter are safe although the EU introduced regulations to make it easier for refugees to live and work many are only now starting to find jobs and many are still struggling according to the EC only a relatively small number of those who stayed had entered the EU labor market by mid June I'm Charles De Ledesma

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"chili" Discussed on The Philosopher's Zone

The Philosopher's Zone

06:14 min | 4 months ago

"chili" Discussed on The Philosopher's Zone

"Process of dissolving the ego, it does move to a place where you're looking after the world. In its early stages, it's all about transcending the physical body and she points out that that's very problematic for women. Right, of course. And this is like, so we've dropped Beverly clerk's name a few times. Let's get on to talking about her. She has a feminist perspective on all of this. She believes that we need to contemplate not just our mortality, but our sexuality as well. What's the outline of her thinking there? She argues that we need to contemplate both sex and death. Because they're both features which define our existence as human beings. And that sex in particular, when we reflect upon it, reveals that we are social animals. And that we are vulnerable to loss, but rather than try to fortify our boundaries and separate ourselves in order not to suffer. We should actually accept that our vulnerability to loss is what makes our connections to others valuable. And it helps to foster a sense of appreciation. And in this way, we can build more harmonious relationships with one another and increase their ability to love, whereas when we just focus on death, there's a tendency to want to see life as meaningless that it's something we're all just kind of doing on our own, you know, we die alone, even though we can be surrounded, it's our own personal journey. And so that can make us want to sort of transcend this physical world and overcome it and seek enlightenment in ways that seize the physical world as problematic, something to be overcome and controlled. And this is, as she points out, very problematic for women who are often associated with that physical realm. Yeah, and feminist philosophy taken as a whole is very ambivalent about that association, isn't it? Because there are feminist thinkers who celebrate that association of women with death and sexuality and the physical world and then there are other feminist philosophers for whom the association is very problematic. Where does Beverly clack go with all this? Yeah, it's a really good point to make. People think that of they hear the word feminism and they think that it's one thing and it's not more accurately termed feminism. It's just women speaking from their standpoint as women. And so there's still an individual point of view that's coming across in any feminist philosophy. And with Beverly Clark, she makes this point about the western construct of male and female as being inaccurate. And she sees that contractors basically one that says women in loving and caring and male is more the sort of fighter and the aggressor and that that's the balance of the sexes. And she says that this is inaccurate and also women of their power. She traces it through philosophy too as well, doesn't she? She does. She shows plenty of examples of what she terms dualist philosophies. And these are philosophies, which have been predominantly put forth by male philosophers, who seek to basically overcome mortality and find their sense of enlightenment though, connection to the eternal, through putting down the physical world and the processes of that. And women gets caught up in that because she's associated with the physical body, primarily because of her biological function of procreation. When a woman gives birth, it can kill her. She is very vulnerable at that state. So because of this, men have associated with her with an animal, less than human, less capable of finding self realization because she's trapped in this embodied existence through that process. So she actually becomes a trigger to the male then her just to him in her existence becomes a mortality trigger because she reminds him of his own animality. His own vulnerability, his own flesh liness, so woman becomes this object to be controlled. Right, and sexual attraction is one of those triggers as well, isn't it? It's a sort of a reminder for the male of animal nature, which and of course animal nature is tied to earthly nature into death, right? Absolutely, that's right. So, yeah, so if a man desires a woman, which is part of the course of nature, otherwise we wouldn't be here. That confronts him with his own animality with his own vulnerability because it pushes him into this state of consciousness where he realizes I don't have full control over my body. I am not as in control and is invulnerable as I wish to say myself. And so woman becomes a threat, becomes the other, so in terms of terror management theory, it puts her in a very vulnerable position because because of that otherness and this challenge to this sense of immortality and power and control, she's the one that's getting that hot sauce that larger portion of chili sauce. Halo, Christy milroy, she lives in Perth, she's a First Nations artist and playwright and theater director and we'll put more details on our website. That's the philosopher's zone and you can find just survive the radio national website or the ABC listen app. And that's it for another week. Next week, a conversation about breakage and rupture. Those moments in the life of an individual or a society where we come to a point of crisis and have to kind of put ourselves back together again. And of course, COVID has brought us all to that point in one way or another, and we're going to be talking about that. But we'll also be hearing from someone who has an interest in the philosophy of rupture, and for whom the philosophy all got very real last year as the result of a serious accident. It's a great conversation and I hope you can join me, David Rutledge.

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Everything You Need to Know About Bidenflation

The Charlie Kirk Show

01:59 min | 6 months ago

Everything You Need to Know About Bidenflation

"Entrepreneurship and new products is a hedge against inflation. When you create new things, all of a sudden that can bring prices down. But when you have entire labor markets of young people that have the same sort of meaningless skills of being able to recite why America's racist or the BLM creed or how many different genders are pronouns there or whatever they teach at universities in all these days, which is largely useless 90% of kids that go to college should not go to college, which is a theme that we will build out more in the coming months as my book is coming up. Then all of a sudden, then you have a whole generation of people that rent and they don't own, they have somewhat useless skill sets and they now have to try to keep up with the rate of which prices are going up. Play cut 99, the only thing that won't cost more for your Super Bowl party are hot dogs, but chicken ground beef and steak are up double digits, play cut 99. Two words, Laura hot dogs. I like them. Only thing that won't cost more for your Super Bowl party, hot dogs for everything else inflation is your uninvited guest to the party this year. Watch out at the meat counter. Those hot dogs are cheaper, but all the other meat is more expensive. Chicken wings, prices up nearly 12% from last year, ground beef for your chili, 13% more steak prices they're up more than 21%. Rick santelli continues by saying, look, wages are up 5%, but they're not even close to keeping up with inflation. Now the way that our government calculates inflation, I think, is fraudulent. I believe inflation has been happening for the last decade. It just hasn't been reflected in the way that the government actually puts together the CPI the consumer price index. They get to choose the goods and services. I think inflation has been almost double digits for a while now. I could be out on a limb here, but I don't think so, because I see, for example, rent going up, I mean, you go to a local Trader Joe's, you go to a local restaurant here every price is up, not just 10%. I'm talking 15 to 20% increase of prices across the board.

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Blake From Chicago Has a Burning Question for Eric

The Eric Metaxas Show

01:33 min | 6 months ago

Blake From Chicago Has a Burning Question for Eric

"The first question is complicated. So I'm going to read this one. Somebody writes the rest of them you can read me the questions and I'll answer it. But I'm going to read this question. This one says dear Eric, this is Blake from Chicago. He says dear Eric agonizing dilemma. I hate to bother you bro because you are very important and very busy and you dwell in the unscalable staggering heights of highest dignity, honor and wisdom. I'm going to say true. But it's not a true or false question. He goes on. He says, but I got this itching dilemma. You might want to try to outcome powder. Usually that's the first place I'd go. He says I have an itching dilemma 7 11 has a deal where you get a delicious rotisserie hot dog with all the trimmings, chips and a big gulp for 6.99 or you can have a chili dog cheesy nachos and a super sized slurpee for just 7 59. Which one should I choose? Which one would bond hoffer have chosen? What about Martin Luther, Augustine, thanks. And you know, I just want to say, this kind of, I guess, you know, deep philosophical question. I just want to say, kudos to you, Blake from Chicago. Because a lot of people are unwilling to take on tough questions like this. Which one would bond hoffer have chosen, I think we can say without any question he would have gone for the chili dog and the supersize slurpee. I wrote a big book on bahn hoffer. I think I know what I'm talking about. I'm just going to leave it

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Dinesh D'Souza's New Film '2000 Mules' Is Astonishing... and Legit

The Charlie Kirk Show

02:30 min | 7 months ago

Dinesh D'Souza's New Film '2000 Mules' Is Astonishing... and Legit

"So what am I doing in Los Angeles? Well, at an undisclosed location yesterday, I was hanging out with my very good friend dinesh d'souza. And the Nash d'souza is coming out with the new movie 2000 mules. And I'll be very honest. I was skeptical going in. I wasn't really sure what to think or what exactly this movie was going to be able to prove. So dinesh has done several movies in the past as you well known. His great is a great reputation for being a fact first movie producer. And this whole movie was about and many of you have seen a trailer allegedly in the key battleground states of Pennsylvania and Georgia and Arizona, there was a network of ballot harvesting mules that went from one site to the other dropping off ballots. What I saw completely blew me away. And I can only say so much because you're going to have to see the movie, which is going to come out in just a couple months. But I was totally blown away by the irrefutable, sophisticated and transparent evidence. That shows that there were networks of people on the ground going from ballot place to ballot place. And there's a way to prove all of this. In a way that you might never have possibly actually imagined using sophisticated cell phone technology being able to collect what's called pings that your cell phone actually emits off that third party vendors and advertisers usually might actually might actually get and used to advertise other products. For example, if you go to a shopping mall where you go to a chili's restaurant, your phone is constantly letting off pings with unique device ID numbers. Well, the brilliant dinesh d'souza at the help of true the vote Catherine engelbrecht and Gregg Phillips, Friends of mine for quite some time. They had the idea to actually go and get some of that cell phone data in certain areas such as Fulton county and Cobb county and try to see if they could find unique ID numbers of people that visited ballot boxes ten, 15, 25 times. Between the hours of 12 a.m. and 5 a.m. and I can only say so much. But by for 6 hours got a briefing on all the evidence, and I was there with my friend Eric metaxas from the Salem radio network, Dennis prager, danesh obviously, Sebastian gorka and we went through all the evidence. And Dennis prager asked some really good questions. He played devil's advocate. He said, wait a second, that doesn't make any sense. What about this? And the answer is we're

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US shoppers find some groceries scarce due to virus, weather

AP News Radio

00:49 sec | 7 months ago

US shoppers find some groceries scarce due to virus, weather

"Customers customers are are finding finding a a trip trip to to the the grocery grocery store store is is more more like like a a scavenger scavenger hunt hunt virus virus struggles struggles and and severe severe weather weather are are leaving leaving U. U. S. S. grocery grocery shelves shelves bare bare having having trouble trouble finding finding your your favorite favorite crackers crackers or or lunch lunch meat meat it's it's not not just just you you shortages shortages are are happening happening nationwide nationwide at at U. U. S. S. grocery grocery stores stores as as all all across across surgeon surgeon severe severe weather weather add add to to pandemic pandemic labor labor in in supply supply chain chain issues issues the the consumer consumer brands brands association association says says the the percentage percentage of of items items out out of of stock stock has has climbed climbed from from the the usual usual five five to to ten ten percent percent to to fifteen fifteen percent percent weather weather related related events events from from snow snow storms storms to to wildfires wildfires have have also also hit hit shipping shipping and and product product availability availability Benjamin Benjamin lightly lightly in in Washington Washington DC DC told told the the AP AP he he was was disappointed disappointed to to find find empty empty vegetable vegetable bands bands and and a a sparse sparse selection selection of of Turkey Turkey chicken chicken and and milk milk ConAgra ConAgra brands brands which which makes makes everything everything from from frozen frozen vegetables vegetables to to canned canned chili chili told told investors investors that that supplies supplies will will be be constrained constrained for for at at least least the the next next month month due due to to a a crime crime related related absences absences on on food food production production lines lines I'm I'm Jennifer Jennifer king king

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Even the WHO Criticizes Joe Biden's Africa Travel Ban

Mark Levin

01:00 min | 9 months ago

Even the WHO Criticizes Joe Biden's Africa Travel Ban

"You know the Asian Psaki chili and sake why is this Peter doocy from Fox News How come this isn't racist but when Trump did it was racist and she said well Peter I think it has something to do with president Trump the tweet that Donald Trump said or something like that Now give me a break Look either travel bans are racist or they're not racist They can't be wonder Well it's racist when a Republican does it not racist when a Democrat does it And the World Health Organization even said this travel ban is stupid It's not even do anything And the next time a country finds a variant they're not going to want to tell anybody because they're going to know they're going to get punished by some political hack in Washington who just wants to try to show people that they're doing something even though it does nothing I mean there's nothing Come on you know that I know that If it was so dangerous they would have put the travel ban in place that day Instead they go it's really bad So we're gonna put a travel ban in next week So travel now well you can Smoke them if you got them I'm so

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"chili" Discussed on Wash FM 97.1

Wash FM 97.1

02:02 min | 1 year ago

"chili" Discussed on Wash FM 97.1

"Chilies nearly impossible Question. Upper Marlboro and say Good morning to order on this Wednesday morning. How are you serve? I am awake. Feel you on that one. Are you ready to play the game? Absolutely. Already. Here we go. A little over 30% of people said they've never used this feature in their car. What is it? We're talking about? Uh, year car horn. Word, or do you not use the car horn never laid on the horn just to move somebody along. Perhaps maybe they were on the phone at the stoplight. Not paying attention. You had it like, hey, go. I do a lot of driving in and around DC for work, So I get hung out a lot. So I try to avoid honking and other people, So no, I don't tend to use it that much. Wow. Good for you Kind soul, their word or because you have a lot of restraint. No, I lay on that horn often around here. Yeah, I do My best. Well, 30% of people do not use their Car horn. That is the answer. Cool tickets to haul a note to yours right now. Congratulations there. Merriweather Post Pavilion on September 18th. You're going for free. Thank you very much. You are very welcome. And thank you for being here this morning. All right. And if you want some tickets to see Hall and Oates Merriweather Post Pavilion September 18th, you should call right now. Let us know you want to play are nearly impossible question and we could choose you. To play and maybe even when 866927 43 61, That's the number get involved, and we could see you at the show Toby and chilly in the morning 97.1 Wash FM traffic right now. Thumbs up in Prince George's County. It's the first day of school in an arrundell county as well, make sure you pay attention. Going through the neighborhood. We have an accident in Prince George's County, South bound Baltimore Washington Parkway. This one near for 10, East West Highway metas traffic in a backup at a green belt. So a lot of you decided Baggett. I'll take 50 instead, delays before the New Carrollton Metro and into Northeast D. C. With Toby and chilly in the morning and Lisa baited on 97.1 by show fam. I am not shy, not at all shy about sharing.

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The Story of Colonia Dignidad, Chile's Secret Nazi Cult

Let's Start A Cult

01:46 min | 1 year ago

The Story of Colonia Dignidad, Chile's Secret Nazi Cult

"To avoid being arrested by authorities schaefer accompanied by a few of his followers fled west germany in nineteen sixty one and sought refuge in the middle east there. He was introduced to prominent chilean embassador. Who invited him to live. In chile at the time chile was under president. George alexandria whose administration granted shaffer a farm located a few kilometers outside the city of peril and chilies linear Liniers province sure. We'll go with the government's help. He bought a forty four hundred acre ranch located at the foot holes of the andy mountains and established a religious. Commune called collina dignidad which translates to dignity. Colin and we will soon see that it was anything but dignity sounds sounds like it's going to be on the up and up. Yes that's one way to put. Founded on william m bronze teaching colonia dignidad espoused principles like anti-communism and strict adherence to the bible given schafer's passed as a member of the hitler youth and an officer of the let. Oh god left quaff left while you got this one again lutwa. Thank you for help. Every every time on that one as religious commun- was also heavily influenced by nazism of course colonia dignified began with surprise. The nazi has influence colonia dignidad began with ten of schafer's original followers. But as the years passed its members swelled. This was field. By waves of immigrants from germany who were enticed by the communist way of living which involves sustainable. Agriculture practices and numerous charity works for the local population. However what they found upon arriving in chile was something else entirely.

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"chili" Discussed on Tommyknockin: Skeleton Cruisin'

Tommyknockin: Skeleton Cruisin'

03:37 min | 1 year ago

"chili" Discussed on Tommyknockin: Skeleton Cruisin'

"Him. And it just it never stuck around for the thirty six years since the story came out or is it just like invented for this story that no matter where it came from stephen king realized that his son got embarrassed when he talked to him like that. The same way that my dad would just like. I know i'm not speaking real real jive but late chilly. All right owen speaking of laying chilly. Another lay chili. Which i'm using cool another late chili thing about this story. Is we get some references to other. Stephen king works. it takes place in castle. Rock and henrietta dodd character from the dead zone appears in it. Oh so does that. She who literally says the phrase. So i says to mabel. Is this when i read that i was like did the simpsons. Is this where the simpsons got that. So there was a real person. What is the living situation. I don't understand the way they have a party line. Oh okay so this. I think might be set not in the eighties when it was written. But back in the day where When early phone lines came in they didn't have enough things to wire absolutely everybody but you could like split. The wire a few times and so whole towns would have one phone line. They'd have to use. I which this is a trope. I know it's weird. And it's a trope that you'll see like in a lot of media from like the fifties in the sixties like i. I grew up in a nickel night household. And so you'd always see things like all gotta get off. There's old gossip on the phone. And i need to call sheriff taylor to come take care of these blueberry pies which is what that show is basically about what show. Is this the andy griffith show and actually maybe more accurately those pies were huckleberry because huckleberry hound was based on him. So that's really cute. I remember watching the andy griffith show at my babysitter christy's house but all i remember was the whistling. I loved it though. I really love the whistling. I tried with no whistle. I tried whistling. But i can't whistle now so i can assume i only ran around the house screaming the tune that Da to that Whitney let's not go grab your fishing pole and meet me by the fish and whole.

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Boo Weekley Will Provide His Own Natty Light - Even if He Has to Pay

Fore The People

01:32 min | 1 year ago

Boo Weekley Will Provide His Own Natty Light - Even if He Has to Pay

"But hey boo, you remember this is one of my last events, all right? I was playing with you as in travelers. We were in Connecticut. You actually were like leading through a couple rounds. I played with you the first and second round. It was like 2017, maybe. That was one of my normal. Yep. Yep, we were staying there at the Hampton inn and there was a chili's in the parking lot. And being Amanda went to that chili's every day and you know who we saw in there every day every day. You, man. You do not, you do not waver. Once you find a place like if it's a chain, you go there every day and you wear it out. You and me and Amanda and your girlfriend ate at that chili's every day, that entire week. Well shit, and what if they had natty light? That's even more. Draft. I promise. He was probably drinking quarters like getting fancy. I brought the beer in there too. And then they'd sell it to me for $2 a pot. Dude, that's the greatest thing I've ever heard. It's like if the beer is too elite to their terms and it's like, here's the natty, sell me the natty light. I bought this Matty light. Sell me the naughty life for $2 a pop and that's what I'm gonna delete these the whole time. Yeah, that's it. That's what I mean, God dang, that's the greatest thing I've ever heard. Dude, look, that's what I do to a lot of golf courses around here because they don't have my which is

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"chili" Discussed on Daily Tech News Show

Daily Tech News Show

05:31 min | 1 year ago

"chili" Discussed on Daily Tech News Show

"And that way there there's kind of a collective push behind it instead of just having a few of the stronger members doing where we're just like all right big guys say but what about the small guys. Sure that's part of it. I also think that in the past it was we think abt forties behind this and china would say no. They're not that's ridiculous and what's different here is a forty is behind it. We're tired of it and we need you to stop now stopping short of saying and we're going to do sanctions. Which would be more provocative. But again i point out that china has not been dismissive of this china. Hasn't done their usual shrug of like You're imagining things i imagine. They will But just the fact that they're posing a little longer to think about it is is some sort of an effect whether that will turn into anything or not who knows And also i I think the most practical part of this is having a unified document that says. Hey here's some mitigation. Here's some best practices. We're calling you out you don't have to even take responsibility. We know what you're doing and here's how to stop world. Maybe one of the more powerful parts of the entire statement. And you know what might turn into something. What sarah chili peppers seeds. Hear me us here. Yeah actually turned into something. I'm unlike rhetoric. Nasa astronauts are growing red and green chili peppers on the international space station for what nasa says will be one of the longest and most challenging plant experiments attempted aboard the orbital lab the forty eight chili pepper seeds hitched a ride to the station in june on a space x commercial resupply services mission and. Nasr's shane kimbrough inserted the seeds they were inside of science carrier device into the advanced plant habitat or ap h on july twelfth. The is the largest plant growth facility on the sporting one hundred eighty sensors and even allowing partial control from the kennedy space center back on earth to make sure those peppers are looking okay. These are hatch green chilies to which green chilies when they get ripen. Become red which is why you're seeing their red angry tilles but These these are the kind of peppers that in these parts. Here when they show up at the grocery store they put a big banner up like the hatch. Green chilis are here fresh from new mexico. Get up like the this stuff. i think..

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"chili" Discussed on Daily Tech News Show

Daily Tech News Show

05:31 min | 1 year ago

"chili" Discussed on Daily Tech News Show

"And that way there there's kind of a collective push behind it instead of just having a few of the stronger members doing where we're just like all right big guys say but what about the small guys. I'm sure that's part of it. I also think that in the past it was we think abt forties behind this and china would say no. They're not that's ridiculous and what's different here is a forty is behind it. We're tired of it and we need you to stop now stopping short of saying and we're going to do sanctions. Which would be more provocative. But again i point out that china has not been dismissive of this china. Hasn't done their usual shrug of like You're imagining things i imagine. They will But just the fact that they're posing a little longer to think about it is is some sort of an effect whether that will turn into anything or not who knows And also i I think the most practical part of this is having a unified document that says. Hey here's some mitigation. Here's some best practices. We're calling you out you don't have to even take responsibility. We know what you're doing and here's how to stop world. Maybe one of the more powerful parts of the entire statement might turn into something. What sarah chili peppers seeds. Hear me us here. Yeah actually turned into something. I'm unlike rodrick. Nasa astronauts are growing red and green chili peppers on the international space station for what nasa says will be one of the longest and most challenging plant experiments attempted aboard the orbital lab the forty eight chili pepper seeds hitched a ride to the station in june on a space x commercial resupply services mission and. Nasr's shane kimbrough inserted the seeds they were inside of science carrier device into the advanced plant habitat or ap h on july twelfth. The is the largest plant growth facility on the sporting one hundred eighty sensors and even allowing partial control from the kennedy space center back on earth to make sure those peppers are looking okay. These are hatch green chilies to which green chilies when they get ripen. Become red which is why you're seeing their red angry tilles but These these are the kind of peppers that in these parts. Here when they show up at the grocery store they put a big banner up like the hatch. Green chilis are here fresh from new mexico. Get up like the this stuff. i think..

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"chili" Discussed on Daily Tech News Show

Daily Tech News Show

01:46 min | 1 year ago

"chili" Discussed on Daily Tech News Show

"And that way there there's kind of a collective push behind it instead of just having a few of the stronger members doing where we're just like all right big guys say but what about the small guys. I'm sure that's part of it. I also think that in the past it was we think abt forties behind this and china would say no. They're not that's ridiculous and what's different here is a forty is behind it. We're tired of it and we need you to stop now stopping short of saying and we're going to do sanctions. Which would be more provocative. But again i point out that china has not been dismissive of this china. Hasn't done their usual shrug of like You're imagining things i imagine. They will But just the fact that they're posing a little longer to think about it is is some sort of an effect whether that will turn into anything or not who knows And also i I think the most practical part of this is having a unified document that says. Hey here's some mitigation. Here's some best practices. We're calling you out you don't have to even take responsibility. We know what you're doing and here's how to stop world. Maybe one of the more powerful parts of the entire statement might turn into something. What sarah chili peppers seeds. Hear me us here. Yeah actually turned into something. I'm unlike rhetoric. A nasa astronauts are growing red and green chili peppers on the international space station for what nasa says will be one of the longest challenging plant experiments attempted aboard the orbital lab the forty eight chili pepper seeds hitched.

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"chili" Discussed on Daily Tech News Show

Daily Tech News Show

01:46 min | 1 year ago

"chili" Discussed on Daily Tech News Show

"And that way there there's kind of a collective push behind it instead of just having a few of the stronger members doing where we're just like all right big guys say but what about the small guys. I'm sure that's part of it. I also think that in the past it was we think abt forties behind this and china would say no. They're not that's ridiculous and what's different here is a forty is behind it. We're tired of it and we need you to stop now stopping short of saying and we're going to do sanctions. Which would be more provocative. But again i point out that china has not been dismissive of this china. Hasn't done their usual of like You're imagining things i imagine. They will But just the fact that they're posing a little longer to think about it is is some sort of an effect whether that will turn into anything or not who knows And also i I think the most practical part of this is having a unified document that says. Hey here's some mitigation. Here's some best practices. We're calling you out you don't have to even take responsibility. We know what you're doing and here's how to stop world. Maybe one of the more powerful parts of the entire statement. And you know what might turn into something. What sarah chili peppers seeds. Hear me us here. Yeah actually turned into something. I'm unlike rhetoric. Nasa astronauts are growing red and green chili peppers on the international space station for what nasa says will be one of the longest and most challenging plant experiments attempted aboard the orbital lab the forty eight chili pepper seeds hitched.

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"chili" Discussed on KCRW

KCRW

01:50 min | 1 year ago

"chili" Discussed on KCRW

"Chili black. I knew Michael was going to be busy at lunchtime, so I stopped by a bit earlier to find out how he and his business partner came up with this concept. We liked restaurants, but we couldn't really afford to eat in the sort of places that we liked because restaurants were very exclusive and expensive. What was the reaction to this mix of a classic London pub, But with really Much more sophisticated food. People have really excited about it. We never dreamed that it would be as busy as it was. Our beef sandwiches are now arriving. My gosh, they're huge. There's a lot of beef. All right, Hmm. Wow. Very soft and very spicy. Nice beef sandwich. On the tube now, and I'm heading to the last stop of our journey. It's the Carlton Tavern, and I want to go to the Carlton because I think it really shows what a pub can mean to a community and why Cubs are at such great risk these days. The Carlton is also the answer to this riddle. What London Pub is a century old and also the city's newest Carlton shut down about six years ago under pretty wild circumstances. Bulldozers were knocking things down Furniture, the TV the piano. This is Polly Robertson, and she's been coming to the Carlton for decades. In 2014 real estate developers bought the pub to turn it into luxury apartments. Because the high real estate prices here pubs are often much more valuable as housing. That's one reason why thousands of pubs have disappeared in the UK In the past decade, Developers ordered workers to tear down the Carlton even that was historically protected his heavy machinery ripped.

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You Want To Talk About Hot Cheetos?

Latino USA

02:02 min | 1 year ago

You Want To Talk About Hot Cheetos?

"For over forty years. Richard thing is had a successful career as a motivational speaker. I realized that as much as i wanted to fit in. I was never credit fitted. I was granted to stand out. That's why a lotta young people your whole life. You felt like. I don't feed in because you're not supposed to is supposed to stand out as vice president of multicultural sales and community promotions. At pepsico. he'd been called the godfather of hispanic brandon and was considered one of the most influential latinos in corporate america. His rags to riches story was truly the stuff of legends. He's one of ten children or into mexican field workers in wa steve. A town in southwestern california were italian and mexican immigrants ones all shared the same ocupation. Picking grapes richard began working as a janitor at frito lay in nineteen seventy six when he was just eighteen years old eventually. He climbed the ranks to being a top executive at the fortune. Five hundred company. He says his happened after he presented an idea to his superiors. It was pitched that he says would later be turned into the trademark flaming. Hot cheetos line. This spicy injured. Red snacks are today. One of frito lay's top celine flavors fairness. What if. I put chili on cheeto. So i went to work. You know i'm actually made up my own seasoning and all that and put it on a on season cheeto. My wife took some to work. I took some to work. Everybody fell in love with it. All of this was an american dream like story that most people knew and loved up until very recently in may of this year the times published a story under the headline the man who didn't invent flaming hot cheetos. In a five thousand plus word investigation. Business reporter sam. Dean revealed severe inconsistencies. In the timeline of richard. Storytelling

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How to Make Space Snacks

Wow In the World

01:30 min | 1 year ago

How to Make Space Snacks

"We're going to be turning regular snacks into space snacks nex. Let's get going starving only had to eat. Today was an apple a stack of pancakes three raw onions. Aac granola bars and a lot of five alarm chili cameras for this activity. You'll need to grab some snacks. Finger foods like dry cereal or fruit and veggie slices are gonna work best for this now a your snack into a scene from space for example i took different pieces of fruit and use them to make a model of the solar system. See you've got gotta blueberry mercury a great for venus. Ah raspberry from mars and so on and so forth also used pomegranate seeds to give. Your kiwi saturn's rings exactly. Wanna make your own space neck you know. i do. Let me have my blueprints year. Luke grab ranch. Why do you have so many tools here. Mendis a hammer a screwdriver. Reggie hammy that welding torch. Welding been nito. Mindy is that a inexact. Full-scale model of the mars rover perseverance. Made entirely out of beef jerky and yoga. Get let's get you to mars.

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Former MLB Pitcher David Wells Explains That Politics in Sports Didn't Resonate With Anyone Before

The Dan Bongino Show

01:56 min | 1 year ago

Former MLB Pitcher David Wells Explains That Politics in Sports Didn't Resonate With Anyone Before

"Well, we didn't have that down. I mean, there was no politics in the game back then, and if there was it, just it didn't didn't really resignation with anybody because we had a job to do. We wanted to put that hardware on our finger at the end of the season and be champions and Make some good money and and go about our business, But to me, you see what's going on nowadays? It's a joke, because I remember um I took a lot of heat and I think it was 97 Mark Furman. Um, after the O. J. Simpson case and mark firm and his brother Lance is a good buddy of mine. And I got to meet, you know, Mark and hung out with them and all that stuff, so I go to Seattle were playing the Mariners. So I brought Mark and his son I brought into the park early. And I took him out on the field. I think I threw his son batting practice played catch with him. And did that And all of a sudden I come in, and now guys are All over me saying, Why are you bringing that while you bring in a racist guy in I said he is not racist. He was doing his job. And if you're gonna look at anything, look at O J. He killed the damn dude. You know he was He was guilty, like no other and Mark was doing his job. But they were making up because he said the n word, you know, and nobody was supposed to say that and all that they were trying to make him out to be You know the bad guy when he was, you know, doing his job from what I saw and what I talked to him about. So I can't look down on. You know, Strawberry and and good and those guys looked at me but chilly, You know, chili kind of put it nipped in the butt for me and Cause he knew what kind of guy was. I had not a racist bone in my body. You know, but to bring somebody in like that That was pretty hard. But it went away real quick and and you know, there was nothing made out Nobody. I saw straw at the RNC. I'm sure you saw him that night. You know, at at the White House? Yeah. You know, Straw and I are really

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Masterful Pimento Cheese

FoodStuff

02:31 min | 1 year ago

Masterful Pimento Cheese

"Cheese is a type of sandwich spread that can include. It can include many things but but at its base. It's shredded cheese and chopped pimento peppers and some kind of creamy binder To to create a thick and slightly chunky. But yelich just spreadable consistency. So let's let's break that down The cheese is often a shredded short age semi hard tangy cheese like Often a blend of white and orange cheddars and or similar cheeses like colby or jack or even processed cheeses like velveeta the pimentos. These are usually jarred or canned sweet peppers. Which will have been up healed and cooked No seeds yep. Mentos are a type of sweet pepper. That turned just bright orangey red when they're ripe whereupon they are sweet and just a tiny bit tangy like like little to no bitterness vegetal flavors in there You can also use pickled peppers or a roast your own sweet peppers of whatever variety you choose a the binder is yes often mayo often dukes brand towards the east coast and blue plate brand a more towards like louisiana sometimes cream cheese may be involved as well and right. You generally wanna use enough to stick everything together but not enough to like make a sandwich kinda soggy or drippy right also. Most people will say that you don't wanna over mix the ingredients. It'll get kind of mushy. Which isn't the idea somehow trying to go through my rolodex of Experienced it can can vary pretty widely and speaking of to this base. Any number of seasonings may be added a salt and pepper onion powder or freshly grated onion or green onions or garlic to sheer sauce. Hot sauce apple cider vinegar lemon juice paprika cayenne pepper chili powder chili sauce like a saracho horseradish mustard. It can also feature kind of like guest star mixon's like jalapenos or fresh sweet pepper dill pickles. Bacon smoked gouda blue cheese. Parmesan toasted pecans chopped olives. I've seen one recipe call for per pseudo. Though right.

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Cheetos Star Is a Flaming Hot Liar

AJ Benza: Fame is a Bitch

02:30 min | 1 year ago

Cheetos Star Is a Flaming Hot Liar

"This story was originally spread by the guy Richard montanez, who's told this story for the last decade about how he invented flaming hot Cheetos. And the world has been eating it up. And if you haven't heard the story, look, the guy was working as a janitor at Frito lay and Rancho cook among at the plant out here in California. And he dreamed up this chili covered Cheeto. And his version of the story is he believed enough in himself to call up the chief executive to pitch his idea. And, you know, people tried to sabotage it, he said, but he said he out hustled him. Because he had a hundred to succeed. And of course, flaming hots became a runaway hit, and montez, rose through the ranks, and became this icon. He had a lot of speaking engagements, the guy has a lot of, what's the word? A lot of pizazz, and it's easy to see why this story is taken off. The road is charisma. It's got some charisma. And he tells this story of a Mexican American underdog who conquered the corporate world. I was a rag to riches story. People love that shit. Problem is it's not true. That's not true. And I told this story because it's becoming a Hollywood movie. And I thought, wow, this is fun. This is a really fun story. What a great no, it's all bullshit. It's all bullshit. Believe this? So this guy basically built this second career out of telling and selling this story. And he would get fees of ten grand or 50 grand per speaking engagement. He wrote a book called flamin hot the incredible true story of one man's rise from janitor to top executive. It's coming out in June. I didn't publish it himself. Random House is publishing it. There's a biography based on his life that's gonna be directed by Ava Longoria, produced by the super producer Devon Franklin. They're filming this summer. I mean, the book and the movie, there were bidding wars for this shit. And none of it's true. He didn't invent flaming hot Cheetos. The people at Frito lay said none of our records show that Richard was involved in any capacity in the flaming hot test market. We've interviewed multiple personnel who were involved in a test market and all of them indicate that Richard was not involved in any capacity in this market. It doesn't mean we don't celebrate Richard, but the facts do not support this urban

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Make Meal Time a Breeze With This Simple Strategy

Forever35

01:10 min | 1 year ago

Make Meal Time a Breeze With This Simple Strategy

"This person writes. This is one of the best practices. i've ever done for our household to adults two toddlers. Here it is one figure out your meal plan formula for a week for us means to entrees and a soup or side dish to make the entrees and immediately freeze a quarter to a third of it. Three do this for three weeks and then on week. Four bring out the frozen entrees of the past this way. you have. A week's worth of meals already cooked plus you save on that budget. Oh okay i think about this. I know i'm still doing this. Math problem in my head. This is literally. Sat question isn't yes. But i get it now. They on four. They've yes they've prepped. All the ran a whole sh- mortgage board of yes exactly. I do this a little bit. Where i make double of what i'm cooking and then i kind of just freeze a lot of make double also because my family. We all eat a lot. But then whatever's left. I'm like all freeze. These meatballs are all freeze this little bit of like chili and so we have it. S

Mets Fire Chili Davis as Hitting Coach

Baseball Tonight with Buster Olney

01:38 min | 1 year ago

Mets Fire Chili Davis as Hitting Coach

"Late last night. The mets lose again. They've lost their record. Now is eleven and twelve and they make. I think what most teams would be considered to be some kind of a panic move. They fired their hitting coach. Chili davis they fire their assistant hitting coach This is a month into the season. Twenty three games into the season. And i have so many questions about this and i wish that i could give you the answers to but because it happened late last night because not around the team. I don't have as much information. I will get some more but i gotta tell you. This is absolutely the hallmark of a new owner coming in. I've seen this a hundred times. Where new owner comes in and the results aren't as good as Is what what we're expected. And especially with francisco indoor. They spent all this money. They spent all this capital they trade for the all star shortstop he looks terrible at the plate is swing. Looks completely messed up. You know. last week we heard from their second baseman about how in a game You know the hitters didn't have the you know the information on the pitcher that Played out during the course of the game and then over the weekend jess there was this weird by play among the mets hitters. About this new hitting guy donnie. Stevenson coming in like this fake personality and we were trying to figure out what to do with that information on sunday. Baseball in all of it added up. As i said to tim healy of newsday. Before that game on sunday like a coach is going to get fired. It just had that feel of desperation.

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So Hot Right Now: Why We Love the Chile Pepper

Gastropod

01:52 min | 1 year ago

So Hot Right Now: Why We Love the Chile Pepper

"This might sound like a just so story. But why is the chili pepper hub and said that we spoke to marazul procedure. She's a chef and culinary historian and she wrote an incredibly beautiful book called peppers of the americas which traces chili peppers all the way back to their south american origin so their forebears of today's peppers and tomatoes split off from sister about two feet median years ago in south america myself suspect then millions of years ago peppers looked and smelled like a tasty snack to the animals in the region. Which was the problem. Because the chili peppers precious seeds would get destroyed in most animal guts and chili peppers. Want to have baby chili peppers and tilles developed a defence strategy. It devilish non-poisonous thing In the form of facing which is an alkaloid said it's painful to most animals. They spots they avoided them but burst. Didn't birds have this amazing ability to not feel the heat sensation. Because they don't have the same heat receptors in their mouths or their skin. The way we do joining the chili. Chorus is denise coon. He's the chili pepper researcher at new mexico state university home to the one and only chili pepper institute and so they can eat lots and lots of these tiny little berries and pass it through their digestive system unharmed and grows into a new plant whereas s mammals. We can feel the heat and it passes through desk system and actually our our system destroys the seeds so it can't grow into a new plant. And that's kinda why we think that the chili pepper plant evolved caps and wants to keep mammals from eating them but then look at. What do denise told us. Chili peppers are the only plants in the world that produce kept sason and because chile's are making kept space and to protect their precious needs. They put most of that protection right around those seeds.

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"chili" Discussed on Holding The High Line with Rabbi and Red

Holding The High Line with Rabbi and Red

05:35 min | 1 year ago

"chili" Discussed on Holding The High Line with Rabbi and Red

"This holy line. Not your podcast partnership therapy session with. We find everywhere. Trust me but I thought i thought cecilio actually had a pretty good game. I think there will be some time for just obviously as with the rest of the roster. But i think that the way that the midfield is shaping out in particular could could has the potential to become one of the best units in the league. I think with tomasz. Patino alex ring in argue denny pereira. I think that all three of those players can really jell together and become something that is truly special in. mls off. i guess on that note mark. Let's go to. You've been keeping your powder dry for those listeners. Mark and i have conversations off podcasts. In outside of last word on soccer and mark is a big fan of alexander ring for my money market was one of the most important players to new york city of see during his time there. And we'll get you know josh wolf's bigger tactics but alex appears to be a key figurehead in terms of mo experience Correct me if i'm wrong. He is the captain and with a team that wants to build out of the back having a ball spraying you know number. Eight number six. Who's very mobile is very critical. Your thoughts on what he brings to the club and where he's at fitness energy and tactical implementation wise. Goes you and i really do token law you now that i mean not everything i was going to say. He's the perfect number six number right. he's mobile. He goes box box. He goes side to side. He's the connecting tissue ties. Everything together. He wears the captain's armband and rightly. So i don't know what else to add a young i can. I is to say that. I think all of us in austin were astonished. That austin him surely saudi arabia had a had a big part to play in bringing him to austin having the relationship with him from new york and great for for that. But as i mentioned before. I think he's an outstanding play in himself but i think the value that he brings to particularly the younger players and all the players that emulates experience is incalculable. I think he is going to help. Elevate those players while he continues to play his already elevated game so i don't want to oversell him and make him sound like everything rests on alex. Alex ring showed quite a lot does and he is the captain and he would expect.

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"chili" Discussed on Holding The High Line with Rabbi and Red

Holding The High Line with Rabbi and Red

03:22 min | 1 year ago

"chili" Discussed on Holding The High Line with Rabbi and Red

"Owners want security and one of the biggest issues that you've had some financial front particularly in the case of the primarily is. There's a big six. But there's only four spots in champions league that does not compute and obviously no chelsea and spurs have had their own issues and so basically they wanted to security where they could get back into what was champions league because of their following because of the size of their stadium and because the marketability of these clubs and to hell with everybody else and local fans and the people who supported them and those people's houses i walked by you know two years ago mark. This time you know at highbury. Because mike at really really likes you know really really like arsenal arsenal shirt. And i showed him video of cherry anri in the invincibles and he wanted to go see the emirates and everything you know. Screw all of those people. The big huge miscalculation here we go back to you know arsenals tweet saying we made a mistake. Were story is just like the where these guys go wrong. In terms of their understanding of how public reaction was going to beat this and they clearly overestimated that everybody was just going to get over it and the fans. Well i wanna watch my team. And i want to watch these big games. So i'll just get over it or the assumption that the benefit you're gonna get in terms of the marketable fan bases you have in. The united states in africa in asia was going to outweigh the public outcry that you have like. I guess the one thing. Congratulations superclub honors. Congratulations american owners of primarily. You have found one of the few things upon which the entire world football community will unite around and absolutely hate because we haven't done at towards racism on the field mark. We haven't done that towards the gender bias that you have you know. The super league crumble. Faster than all the crappy stadiums and turf pitches that these federations make their women's players fight on and they united us in uproar united in uproar more than we have towards the default ordinary and certainly awards the massive human rights corruption. Kerfuffle that was you know that is going to be the qatar world cup in eighteen months. So i can understand like fever. Doesn't deserve a lot of credit for this. I guess. Congratulations to fend for you. Know making a power grab in a way. That actually is a net benefit to the game in a whole You know the the. There's still a lot of corruption. There's a lot of agreed that has been in place we have been on the money train. Mark and a lot of ways unired part of that just paying attention to lead to a league that is basically soccer. we work at all of its own issues. This was a step absolutely in the wrong direction. And i don't know how we resolve this but this is a move for this was a move for power and money at the expense of everything else including the history of the game at the expense of all the other things. I'm not sure where we go from. Here mark ultra these clubs should be honest potentially by uefa potentially potentially by the federation's and i know a lot of people have been talking about points deduction gary neville on sky. Sports saying that we should be relegating. Those sixteen to the english championship and jokingly said burnley fulham got a result against arsenal on the same day that came out give arsenal or give them or burnley. The trophy i think. Unfortunately i don't know that that's going to get the message across..

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Ever Had Your Yum Yucked?

The Brooklyn Boys Podcast

01:37 min | 1 year ago

Ever Had Your Yum Yucked?

"Somebody yuk-mai yum yum. Yuck yeah well it was. It's been going back and forth reading. Em's we move moving on. This is a dm. Oh oh take it up. Let's go so yeah. So yesterday was easter and my family and i got together. We went down to this restaurant in marlboro new jersey. I highly recommended. It's called il. Mito and we did not get a discount. We paid full price and idea or an e e i i l and nito is idea. I believe it means the nest anyway. Tomas nido was a catcher for the mets. Oh get out. Last name nest could be well. He's hispanic so. I don't know if it means something different in spanish than it does an italian well. This guy portal his his food from italy like he knows everybody and this guy knows his stuff. And i gotta tell you. The food was next level. It was worth two fifty minute drive down to route nine over there so so one of the things i posted on. My instagram story was nest black spaghetti with which came with crab green. Chili collaboration chilly book. Targa and pond grotto. Whatever that is it was a beautiful colored dish. And what is jennifer young. Do she gets into my. Dm's and she yuks my young she. She writes. I'm sorry scary. That looks awful. Like worms on a plate away to take the fucking out of my sails. The air out of my tires. So i wrote back to her. It's squid ink pasta okay. You have no idea how great it tasted

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Hollywood loses out on $10B annually by undervaluing Black projects: study

WBZ Afternoon News

00:37 sec | 1 year ago

Hollywood loses out on $10B annually by undervaluing Black projects: study

"Hollywood is losing a bundle by snubbing black stories when it comes to diversity and Holly Would we'll go down a new report Find studios are on Lee looking for the next Black Panther, and it's costing them. The study from management consulting firm McKinsey finds the industry is losing $10 billion a year by undervaluing black films, filmmakers and executives, researchers say. Movies with a black leader co lead are budgeted at 24% less than movies with White leads. The Kinsey recommends the industry create a well funded third party organization to come up with a comprehensive approach to raise Chili quality. Deborah Rodriguez,

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"chili" Discussed on Wash FM 97.1

Wash FM 97.1

03:15 min | 1 year ago

"chili" Discussed on Wash FM 97.1

"And chilies. Crazy first dates. Diane from Upper Marlboro is part of the show. What happened, Diane? I that a guy named Bill in 1978 at the University of Maryland, and we went out on a date and we went to an outdoor party evidently not change in by the side of the university, but the cops came and they started arresting people. And Bill and I hit under one of those big evergreen trees. That kind of come right down to the ground, and we were able to, like, sneak into the tree and not get into any trouble. We were just kind of in the wrong place at the wrong time when you guys were sitting there huddled hiding in the tree. Were you guys like, Even more romantic, like was at a romantic moment. Do you look thinking back? Or was that like a really scary moment? Because you're hiding from the cops running from the law? Chilly it was. I don't think you're all that scared. You know, when you're young, you don't think anything Dad really gonna happen? Um, to you and say if they would have taken us we worked out now, right? Just another just another thing. Do you guys continue on that date? Like did you go somewhere else or do you just go home like you're like, OK, I'm done with this too much drama. No. You know, we were young and had a lot of energy. I think we were 18 on went down to a party on Route one in college. Course party going all night? Yeah, Why not? Right. Well, you ditch the cops, you're good to go. That's right. That's right. We? Probably we probably ended up walking into school the next day on do you know we ended up getting married and we've been married now for 35 years. Well, did you tell your kids about the time you guys almost got busted by the cops on campus? We told them a few of our good story. Really? You have more. Wow. Well, when you start the first date hiding, Yeah, well, you know nothing like starting a relationship by going to an illegal party, ducking the law, avoiding arrest and then going out for the rest of the night on Route one in college part. Absolutely. It was a great night when we've had a great great money nights together. Well, congratulations on showing us that a marriage can endure virtually anything. Thank you, Toby. I appreciate that. It's Toby in Chile. 97.1 wash at that We are Toby and chilly in the morning on 97.1 Wash. FM. You've been on a crazy first date while we want to hear your story. It could mean $100 giant food gift card for you Gotta wash if m dot com slash crazy E. If we use your story on the air, you'll win. Let's take a look at traffic right now. Go ahead, Lisa Baby. Maryland crash on the outer loop now gone, It's Central Avenue. Nothing to report on Maryland Side and 95 between D, C and Baltimore Cheverly. It just had a crash South Bound B W Parkway, this one it to 02. Virginia accident Gone north about 95 it Route three. We're in good shape us for a 66th. Greenway in the toll road to with Toby and chilly in the morning, and Lisa Beta on 97.1, Wash. FM. Call 1888 farmers to switch and you could save an average of $470 on your auto insurance. That's a lot of money in just a few minutes with savings like that. You could be lounging on an.

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"chili" Discussed on DeaconLive

DeaconLive

01:35 min | 2 years ago

"chili" Discussed on DeaconLive

"Is. A money. Launderer launder under neural earlier. and He. He's very smart because he he's a tax attorney. He's a financial advisor and stuff so he knows all about the laws as as far as and he didn't mean to he didn't mean learn self that it was just part of his background and he learns figures. Out The best way to legally launder money outside of you know. Here's fifty million dollars in cash. I just sold a bunch of go Kane I need you to make this sellable or whatever instead of buying gift. Cards and stuff and turn around and sewing malign and doing all that stuff in this is a bigger aspect and he buys land and it's a really good show. Now it's slow. I say it's dark and the way the cinematography sophy is it's got like this blue tent across a whole thing. He gives you this cool feeling. You never really get hot. You never get like Ajit as what my wife would say. But it's very very interesting to listen to the dialogue. It's him and his wife and two kids. It's kind of the breaking bad thing just when you think everything's going correct going the way you want. And there's this little. Turn this little niche this little hiccup in the whole entire thing and this is now starting season three on March twenty seven. That is Ozark so if you if you need to get caught caught up there longer. Episodes are about an hour twenty minutes on average our ten minutes. It's really it's a it's a page Turner for lack of a better turn now speaking of page each Turner this movie actually. This is a in the theaters right. Now if it's not in theater now just came out on DVD. I'm kind of I don't know I'll let you listen to the trailer and I'll tell you what I think about and feel about it here..

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"chili" Discussed on DeaconLive

DeaconLive

02:15 min | 2 years ago

"chili" Discussed on DeaconLive

"So that's Netflix too. Killer inside the mind of Aaron Hernandez and it's a they don't come we'll season they don't call it a movie Louis. It's three one hour a little bit over one hour as far as what happened with Aaron Hernandez and if he was a football player was accused of killing killing one gentleman. And then we'll give away the end if you have if you don't know what it is but it's a very interesting story a attention throughout the whole entire thing so it's very it's a a lot of stuff is revealed so check that out like I said there are three one hour episodes and it gets really involved. It's really really well done. And that's killer inside the the mind of Aaron Hernandez and it has to deal with football and the Super Bowl theme that we were doing here for a minute ago all right so oh one episode or one thing that I have been watching it. It's it's slow going. I like it. I like it a lot of season. Three's coming out. I watched the first two seasons and I was missing thing that that breaking bad that not for nothing. I couldn't tell you what's playing on regular. TV right now because string services have really really stepped up their game across the board. Netflix led the whole champ. And then who's got a whole bunch of stuff amazon prime coming out They're really really throwing a whole lot of money out there. They're not using the former like like I was talking about Classic Rock Stations Achieves this and you know people WanNa see this people want to see this and let's throw a dart at the board and hit these three topics and make a show show on that. No these are people who actually got smart and got thinking and the Hind great directors are hiring great writers great screenplay all the stuff great characters as well all the bring them big names in all these streaming services and streaming shows This is one that I just finish up in season. Three starting on March twenty seven. And it's this show all right here. Waves decisions at least met. It was good for me. No the birth lenders millions of dollars a year for the Navarro Navarro cartel what we need to know the details of how he does it. You do realize that you're betting everything being able to pull this off your business the itchy so this is ozark. Essentially what he is is he.

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"chili" Discussed on DeaconLive

DeaconLive

02:15 min | 2 years ago

"chili" Discussed on DeaconLive

"This program to bring you a news bulletin. Where'd you fly out out of Miami Fort Lauderdale? Where'd you fly Orlando always to the Bahamas? That's all. You know five six hours to get there. Imagine that was delayed. Lake delayed their heating relieving. They said Oh just chipper auction bottle on board. It's expired. Nobody take time on the oxygen bottle that it went out or is it. All Day thing play wasn't till six o'clock at night so you guys and flying back and forth obviously in someone's GonNa is all the oxygen bottles does expire found out just found out. It'll be five minutes. There's GonNa be Allah later so shift change came in and the guy who actually did his job comes in new guy. He's going all right. I'm going to check everything on this list already peddlers intact two wheels good oxygen intake. All no no no the pilots like freaking out. He's going come on. Come on really honestly only four four four eight. Uh Line You're listening to my Dig eagle-eyed makes you follow us on our social networks and stuff way do that isn't gonNA profit radio PR. OPIATES EIGHTEEN RADIO DOT COM. And you'll see our links thinks himself for our social networks we should go to real section and you can see all the stuff that is offered through the American deals located on facebook. And they've got some great great stuff up there at discounted prices and information books How to guides actual items that you can buy and one of.

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"chili" Discussed on DeaconLive

DeaconLive

02:17 min | 2 years ago

"chili" Discussed on DeaconLive

"This is hip hop evolution. which is a series on Netflix? And I love it. I not that I'm a hip hop fan. I appreciate that music just being a music lover in general now the Gangsta rap was coming out like when I was in high school and I liked it because it was angry. It was you know I was a teenage kid and I was like I wanted something angry. I was listening to Punk rock music. I was listening into a heavy metal music and say heavy metal thrash metal and not one guy said you like heavy metal. Yeah oh I like to get the fuck Outta here anyway so I would listen to like. NWEA listen the scarface and listen to all that stuff. But that's just a small snippet of where this whole entire genre anwer came from and Netflix has a really really good for trail discussion as far as the evolution of where hip hop came from from the sampling and the turntables roles in the beats and stuff. And if you watch all four seasons I have a huge huge appreciation. I already had an appreciation for for that genre in itself but I mean just a huge. Where did that come from? And how did they get to this. And and my producer type background is. I wanted to learn all that stuff. So if you've got a chance if you're familiar with any of that music at all look at it and I'm not doing my moore views now but I just I think if you listen to that and then you hear it out in your are everyday life you can kind of go. Hey We all came from something and something came from nothing and I just think that maybe that would lighten up on some racism. So maybe that's what it is. Hey you don't understand where I'm coming from. I don't understand where you're coming from but I understand that. Music is a collective energy that we all share and appreciate and if I understand where you're music home from I can understand you just a little bit more. So that's it. I mean it's a small bag on the small wrong on the ladder to achieve equalness and appreciation or fighting racism in any in any form whatsoever. So that was it. That was my my my version on that when we come back we're going get into more of the show and you know one of the things that is going away has been around for over thirty one seasons thirty one seasons and they're saying that it might go away it is it the conglomerate are they at the bottom of the funnel and the funnels run dry so stick around. We'll get into that here.

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"chili" Discussed on DeaconLive

DeaconLive

01:32 min | 2 years ago

"chili" Discussed on DeaconLive

"Without having a welder. Anything that's located up there on the the real American deals located on facebook When we come back we're going to get into the show and Should be taken live right here on proper radio. I'll be right that John came back graphic in nineteen. We didn't know about battleground different being completed down to your cell phone beautiful bell the Dow with then then we've had to listeners. Who told us that it was a auto sales place and the police department has issued a statement saying traffic was down to one lane so I just I can't verify anything other than that? It's not that I don't know what's going on. I'm just not going to be somebody reports something that turns out not to be true. How you are you doing today? And High in Nineteen eighty-four Project TRANSAM. It can be eighty four eighty five. Okay okay it is not eight zero nine nine eight zero two six nine very good looking for eighty four eighty five Pontiac Trans am hey swap shop. How are you mentioned inch money? Hope everybody cardinals me two.

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"chili" Discussed on DeaconLive

DeaconLive

06:40 min | 2 years ago

"chili" Discussed on DeaconLive

"The best tire I think they got about fifty thousand miles on them belt due for change in my tires which is not expense. That I'm I'm looking to do one thing. We're talking about driving around here in the beautiful town Marksville I like I listened to. I listened to numerous podcasts. You always gotta stay on top of of who your your your challenges are. Who's your competition competition? I don't consider I don't not that I'm a threat to anyone but I still a little bit from this person and a little bit from this show and a little bit from that but one thing I really do miss living living in Florida now for those of you just tuning in for the first time I'm born and raised in Orlando Florida on several different radio stations down there and one of the stations that I really really liked was was on five forty. WFL because five forty WFL which is an am station was the heartbeat of central Florida. It was the home of the magic you know the played the magic. Did you games on there. It was hometown people doing the shows. You Know Hey watch out for this on I four and watch out for this on the East West Expressway and all that stuff that Hometown radio is now here. Marshall I was tuning through the AM. Dial Norma I listened to the national broadcast there's a national broadcast on the AM dial they're affiliated. I'm not going to get into the details. As far as how radio works. You guys know how radio works but there is a small town or small radio station in this town. It's got five. It's five thousand watts. For those old timers out there in the Orlando area. It's the equivalent of what five eighty. Wdbo used to be. I know I'm getting everyone's but every every every town's got one of these stations these little like they're really really low on the dial and they always play like the Christian music anything wrong with it but those are the type of stations that you that you hear on the low end dials. The five thousand Watt radio stations came across this one station and the radio station is eleven. Ninety the wicks quickies or something like like that I came across them and it was funny. It was crystal clear signal now. I found out that they have a five thousand one station and reach out reaches out about maybe fifty to seventy I five miles from its locations. But I'm in the heart of it. I found out. It's literally like twenty minutes down the road I said. Well let's see what these guys are talking about and I'm listening. I'm listening now for sort of our listeners. That download the podcast and believe me. We appreciate every listener. We appreciate you we really do. There's the small markets when I say small I mean Marksville. We live in has a population of I think fifteen hundred people. So I'm talking small. There was always growing up in big cities and stuff. They always made fun on over. Talked about how you know when people calling you know. Hey I'm looking for a Jeep Cherokee with low miles on it and the host would go. What do you think this is some kind of swap shop up and you'd hang up on them you know we're not doing that then? I found this station. Eleven ninety the wet quickies and it literally was that the guy was crystal clear. He has a nice southern drawl name. It was Shane and he's like going to call. You're on the air. Come looking for a nineteen eighty five or eight. I'll take an eighty four. I'm looking for nine thousand. Nine hundred eighty four five Berg Berg transam now. I don't need the black one but I want the bird on top of it are not changing the host of the show rights. And what's your name. Marinda Brendan Condone which phone number seven. Oh floorm bubble ball whatever phone numbers. Thank you good. Golly on here where it wasn't even call you're on the air. He would pick up the phone like he's answering at home. Hey Hey what's going on. I'm looking for a a lawnmower. And they go on and each each go. It's called the swap shop. It literally was thanksgiving. Thanks go swap shop but it was this hometown radio and it was so fun to listen to because one guy got on there. And he's going. I got no race car. I'm selling I'll part it Out For you. We don't need it anymore and it's not doing the drivers not doing very well He. He's got something wrong with his leg and stuff so we're just pardoned thing out. It's to and they went into the whole detail as far as the car was and what he was selling off the car and he got a trailer and couple times. You know semi slicks and all the stuff that goes the race Karnik a fireproof suit and stuff. I much name John John. What's number nine eight zero bub? And then he hang up and gone the next call. No and I was like wait a minute. Wait a minute wait a minute. There's a whole story behind that guy's call. There's a whole story behind. He has a race car. Now you've seen it out in bit loan in central Florida in every little towns got a track. We're going down the track. We're taking our our turn and burn down the track. Bring your grandma's car. I think they have it. Some places. New SMYRNA speedway down there. They've got a name for themselves. I think Tony Stewart was down there one time tearing it up so this guy has raised car now. We don't know I don't know who John Liz. I don't know what I wanted to know. More one no little bit more so I actually took some time sat down and wrote the program director. Who Actually owns is a station? Who actually has a morning talk show on that same station? You see we're going. That's how small this radio station was so I gotta run me emails saying Hey love the show Joe founded on the Donald Bummer. Bogging background like you know. It was really really great and fun to listen to Sean. Keep up the good work I would love to come out and look at the studio and see what you guys are messing. Um Wh- so I sent that a couple of days ago and I haven't heard back from you but I'll let you know what what a response is. Even if I get a response I mean I looked at our facebook page. They had over over five thousand followers. which is that's pretty good numbers? Deacon does about that as far as facebook following so. I'm excited I WANNA go down there. It's a local. It's it's it's like going to If you're if you're a movie star not that I'm a movie star or anything but you you performed on so many different levels and then like the local church community Acting Group wants you to do measure to measure or not measuring. What's the yeah? The Shakespeare show measured matter or any of the Shakespeare Macbeth or whatever. Can You be honored. You would be honored to go down and do that for the small community because you get back to your roots you get back to what actually created the interest in the love that you have four broadcast or anything like that's enough about me. We'll get to you here in a little bit and makes you follow facebook and all the stuff you go to profit radio DOT COM and don't forget to like one of our main sponsors of the show real American deals and all you have to do is go to facebook search for real American deals. They got some crazy stuff up there. I saw some Trump socks pair of a trump socks with his face on it and stuff and some bumper stickers and there's some some great stuff there's how to build a A barbecue smoker smoker without having a welder. Anything that's located up there on the the real American deals located on facebook When we come back we're going to get into the show and Should be taken live.

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