34 Burst results for "Cobbler"

"cobbler" Discussed on Impact Theory with Tom Bilyeu

Impact Theory with Tom Bilyeu

06:36 min | 4 months ago

"cobbler" Discussed on Impact Theory with Tom Bilyeu

"I wanted to ask you a question. So if you were designing the way the world worked, would you design this thing in where, hey, the more you relax, the more that you can pick up on this frequency. Yes, absolutely. You wouldn't make it more, but I wouldn't. But if you're teaching this in schools, you're not talking about intuition. What we know for sure is that when you're in a relaxed state, creative ideas flow. I agree with you. Here's how we actually my wife is the lead on a project that we're doing called the wish academy. And the main girl's original superpower was going to be intuition. And I was like, over my dead body. And Lisa was like, why can't we make intuition to superpower? And I said, because intuition has to be trained. I think people have intuition. But you're not going to have intuition about something that you, it's completely abstract. Like, let's say, intuition about alien biology, right? Something where if something completely 9 year old that's never encountered human biology suddenly has intuition about something that literally could not be more, even that it would have to be non DNA based because even that, like if you grew up in a DNA based society, it's possible there's something there, but to have intuition about something to which you truly know nothing. I think is basically a 0% chance of that. But if you've grown up studying something thinking about something and this is why I think a patient works for me is I'm now able to quiet my mind such that areas of my brain that don't normally talk to each other begin talking. And so it can one side of my mind. Let's say a more creative side can offer up to my logical side. Well, what about this really random thing that you never would have put together through association? Exactly. And I've had these conversations with people like Stephen cobbler, right? Steven kotler teaches online valley and we had a conversation on this. And I asked Steven, what do you believe? And he says, look, when you rest your mind, Stephen is a rationalist. He doesn't believe in intuition, but he believes there's some, there's some optimization of your brain state. So answers come to you faster. And that's all we are talking about. You don't have to believe in intuition to the 6th base. In fact, that word that topic isn't even discussed in this book. But what we do say is that creativity is magnified when you're able to access these states. And this multiple times it's been proven. The most recent experiment, they wanted to see if Edison was famous for taking his afternoon nap. So they wanted to see, is there something to Edison's napping practice, right? Was there something to his napping practice that made him come up with all of these inventions? You want to held the metal ball over the place. Yeah, there was this story that Edison holds a metal ball in his hand. And when he drifts off into sleep, his hand drops the ball hits a plate, creating a loud clang. It wakes him up and it helps him solve problems. So scientists did this with a group of people and they were given a map problem to solve. One group was told to solve it the traditional wages busting your mind on it. The other group was encouraged to take naps. They found that the group that napped was 80% better at solving the problem. So again, evidence that getting in this restful state creates a clarity of mind that helps us get more creative, whether it's government to figure out the interpretation that this is coming from the outside, that there is something that you would but you don't have to believe that. We're not even talking about it. It's interesting. So I am fascinated because I don't share that and it seems so it's contrary to all the assumptions that you are rationalists and you may be falling for the pre trans policy. And you are stubborn about it. And you're stubborn about it. Now also the reason is because there are lots of hokey people who call themselves psychics who manipulate others, and they give a bad name to the idea of intuition. But what I want to know is why, if you were creating the universe, why would you build that in? What am I missing? Why would that make it better? So think about the that it's called, I think it's called a hundred monkey theory, right? This observation that species suddenly pick up skills. It helps survival. Explain the hundred monkey? So I told you the monkeys a particular group of monkeys and an island of Japan learn to use certain tools. From each other, the separated one monkey figures is out, thinks up, for example, how to use a rock to break open shellfish. All the other monkeys on that island learn now that you can say it's true imitation. But what happens is when a large number of monkeys on that island learn that, the same species of monkey on an island far away. Start picking up start doing the same thing. And so you don't think that that's just a natural evolutionary process, which is why it happens at roughly. Why is it so hard to believe that we don't know everything about the world that we live in? We don't know everything about this. Exactly. So the knowledge of this doubles every 7 years. And so all I'm saying is we are observing these things. We're observing these things, and we know that there's something there. We can't explain it. I don't know if you've had them in the show, but he says spirituality is nothing more than physics. We have yet to find an equation for. Interesting. Sure, what I'm trying to get to is one. I'm always checking to see if the things that I believe are more likely to accurately predict the outcome of my behaviors, which will allow me to go to my goals faster. So if there is something here, that's why I was asking, is this a better way to create the universe? So when I look at the way that we're solving problems in the world now, is it my base assumption is that we're making catastrophic errors of judgment right now at this moment in history from a cultural perspective. We're taking a top down approach. I think it's dangerous. And I think it's going to lead people to some really horrific outcomes. So as I think through this and thank you and thank you to everybody at home that's letting me think through this in real time because I don't have a strong stance on this. I'm really exploring something at the edges. So a few years ago, culture started to make its way onto my radar. I'd never thought about it before. I was just trying to build businesses so I could tell stories and that was it. And then as I stepped in front of the camera, it started to occur to me that there were definitely a lot of things happening in the world that I had previously been unaware of because I had my head down and I was just building building building. And then the more I looked around, the more I saw how algorithms were pulling us sort of down these shoots and I wanted to seek disconfirming evidence, then I started to really think about, okay, why do I believe what I believe?

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"cobbler" Discussed on Something Rhymes with Purple

Something Rhymes with Purple

04:33 min | 4 months ago

"cobbler" Discussed on Something Rhymes with Purple

"And we try to do one of those every week. And we did last week as Susie alluded to that. We did a special episode marking the death of Queen Elizabeth II and talking about poetry. Particularly about a poem that I came across that was by Elizabeth I, and we also began to explore a poem by Ted Hughes, her laureate in this country. So do discover more. I think to know about the purpose of you have to have simply go to whatever these things are found out, press a view buttons and bingo, you're in the purple plus club. That is right. You get three words from Susie week and we get a poem from me every week. And this week, thinking not simply of the queen, Elizabeth II, who has died, but also of other people who have died. I'm going to read a poem that is often read at memorial services, and funerals, and it was read the other day at the funeral of my elder sister. I have come from a large family. There were 5 of us, and two of my sisters now, they were considerably older than me, have died, not that they were older than me when they did die. One of my sisters died when she was only 61 and had a brother who died when he was only 51. But my elder sister, Jennifer, a remarkable individual. She died recently, and there was yes. It's very sad. She was ready to go, actually. She'd not been wowed. She was ready to go. She'd lived a good long and useful life of service. She'd been a probation officer. She was a caring individual, an interesting individual. And very individual. And the great thing is that her children are three children. They organized a wonderful funeral for I must say, I sat there, reflecting on the fact that if nobody knew what my sister was like, they saw our children. They must think she was remarkable person, because the children were so remarkable. And at this service, my brother in law read this poem by Philip Larkin. It's called the moa. The moan. By Philip Larkin.

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"cobbler" Discussed on Something Rhymes with Purple

Something Rhymes with Purple

04:21 min | 4 months ago

"cobbler" Discussed on Something Rhymes with Purple

"Two rounds of Marmite and tomato sandwiches. Oh. Brown bread, butter, Marmite, sliced tomato, pressed down the two sides of bread, pressed down quite hard, cut into quarters. Oh, how lovely. Anyway, shall we invite people to get in touch with us to tell us about bread in their part of the world? And maybe to share with us their favorite roles, perhaps and I agree. If you want to communicate, purple, and something else dot com do send us an email, or even a voice note. Keep in touch. Who's been in touch with us this week, Suzy?

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"cobbler" Discussed on Something Rhymes with Purple

Something Rhymes with Purple

05:28 min | 4 months ago

"cobbler" Discussed on Something Rhymes with Purple

"See you there. This is something rhymes with purple and, well, when in the breadbasket this week, we're talking about words associated with bread in all its many shapes and forms. And you are going to explain to us having done needing what we're going to tell us about. Well, just loaf is quite interesting because bread only came about another Germanic borrowing. They have brought in for a role in German. So it's a borrowing from them, but we didn't really talk about bread until around 1200. So the 13th century. And the universal word for bread before then was fluff, which is a bit like our modern life. That's their predecessor. But if you take that a little bit deeper, you'll find that the meaning of the word lord was a keeper of bread because they old English term for a lord was claf ward, keeper of a warden of the bread. So it's from early forms of loaf and then ward. And the corresponding female form was claf digger, which meant in need of bread and that claf digger eventually gave us lady. So lord and lady were all about bread. Goodness. Wow. Hello. I remember when baking the bread. I needed the dough. I was supposed to prove it. Which I think involved putting a couple of pinpricks in it. What is the proving of bread? Why is it so cold? To prove originally meant to put to the test. So to sort of demonstrate something or to judge it or inspect it.

"cobbler" Discussed on Something Rhymes with Purple

Something Rhymes with Purple

03:22 min | 4 months ago

"cobbler" Discussed on Something Rhymes with Purple

"Is the mixture with which one makes bread? What is the origin of that word as dough? It's when you have it as a donut in America, it is about simply DO, isn't it? I'm not sure whether in North America they spell any kind of dough with the DO. But we're not completely sure but it might go back to an old Sanskrit word meaning to need or also to kind of plaster, really. So I think the idea is just to sort of a sick malleable mixture, whether it's of plaster or whether it's a flower and other ingredients used for baking into bread. And that's been around as a word since old English so since Anglo Saxon times. Oh, crumbs, since Anglo Saxon times. No crumbs. Yeah, a crumb. We know what a crumb is. Is it an old world? It sounds like it would be. We know exactly what a crummy is. I actually don't know when we first got the crumb. I can tell you why we say oh crumbs because it's one of those many what we call minced odes for Christ, essentially. And it was fun. We said, oh crumbs, it was first of all written as oak crumb. CRU MS. So whether or not they were referring to actual crumbs of bread is debatable, but it was simply like all those other oats that we've talked about gadzooks and Gaul blimey and sounds got wounds and what else did you snails? Yeah, so tenth century crumb has been around for a small particle of bread so fairly long time. And okras, we've been saying that much more recently I imagine yes. Yeah, so crumbs a lot, not that recently we became one of those medieval, I think. Oh, it's just, as we said in our swearing episode, the big taboo in those days was religious profanity and perceived blasphemy rather than parts of the body or bodily functions as we have it today. And a crumb is a small part of the bread because it's crumbled.

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"cobbler" Discussed on Something Rhymes with Purple

Something Rhymes with Purple

05:28 min | 4 months ago

"cobbler" Discussed on Something Rhymes with Purple

"That's the only word that refers specifically to a bread roll before the word roll did. And how typical of royalty to have their bread roll called a mansion. I'll never mention how a man, and the court Jessica can have a nubby. Yes, nabi, nabi's are very much Cornish and you'll find them in the Southwest as well. They're playing yeast buns. I've never tried in Abby, and it comes from a dialect word nub of meaning a lump. But they look absolutely delicious if you look at an image of them. Back to the northeast, we have a study, which is a slightly larger bread roll, often called a shoddy cake or a bun. And you will often find them sliced and filled with meat or cheese and very popular in Newcastle. So any bread that isn't a study there is called a faj, which means it's fully risen with a round top. A fundamental to this, of course, is the roll, and I assume it's called a roll because you roll the dough together to make it or when it's created its rounding, rode along the ground. Is that the origin of roll? And how long do we have the word roll? It is. So the first meaning of role as you would expect was a piece of parchment that we've rolled up. It's also where we got volume from from the last and volume, and meaning the same thing. So we still talk about the role on I don't mean the role of fame and that kind of thing. We have roll calls, then it could be a small quantity of cloth or wall that was rounded up in some ways and then yes, we get to an item of food that is rolled up, especially around a filling, and that's 1393. So it's been around for a while. And there are all sorts of wells out there. There's jelly roll, there's a spring roll, there's a Swiss roll, sausage roll, fig roll, egg roll.

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"cobbler" Discussed on Something Rhymes with Purple

Something Rhymes with Purple

04:37 min | 4 months ago

"cobbler" Discussed on Something Rhymes with Purple

"So bap is essentially a mysterious one. So we don't actually know where it comes from. It has a different meanings in slang. It might talk slightly misogynistic about a woman's baps. But we don't know where it comes from. For me, it kind of, I think it might have something to do with the sound. I don't know if you would agree about something sort of small and round. But who knows? We haven't got to the bottom of it. That is my kind of bun. Bun. What is the origin of bun? A band you see, that's really interesting. So a bun for me would only be a sweet bun. I don't think I would ever have a bun that is savory that I would put cheese in. So for me, it's a kind of cake. And I think that's pretty much where it began. So in France, particularly in Lyon, I think it was especially and it might just sort of fritter and it might well be a relative of beignets. So if you've ever had a beignet, it's a French donut, quite often, filled, I was telling this story on countdown actually. The other day, very often filled with that sort of rich, sweet creme patisserie that you can find in French pastries. And I foolishly had one on a school trip before going on a hovercraft. We went to Calais for the day. I greedily bought one of these beignets from the French patisserie and then regarded it for the entire trip. As did my Friends. Oh, don't. Yes. Evoked the smell of Benny. I can see the sort of the hot, the dip, the beignet into. Yes. Smelling good. So we've had bop. There's a bit of a talk to us here. Bap bun and bap. Bob, is there a bob as well as a bath? I'm inventing bob. I didn't think it was a dance, isn't it?

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"cobbler" Discussed on Something Rhymes with Purple

Something Rhymes with Purple

05:37 min | 4 months ago

"cobbler" Discussed on Something Rhymes with Purple

"A podcast for the purple people all about words and language and how it really matters, but sometimes not in ways that you would expect because we're not pedants are we Giles. We certainly aren't pants, say the word carefully, pedant. Is that word? It's a new feature, pedantic. Actually, the first very first meaning of pedant. And I think you'll find it defined this way in Samuel Johnson's dictionary is a schoolmaster.

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Producer Albin Tells Us About His Travels to the UK

The Eric Metaxas Show

01:54 min | 5 months ago

Producer Albin Tells Us About His Travels to the UK

"So you were in bath. And then where else did you go? We were at the British Museum. So you mean you then went to London? We were in London. So between bath. Well, no, we were a bunch of smaller places in between. I can't even remember the names of them. You know, because their wall Chester and dorchester were why did you go there? Because they were just interesting things to do at these certain places. Can you give us an example? There was one town I can not remember the name of it, but it was a town in Scotland right on the border of Scotland and the rest of England, whatever that's called. And as soon as you got there, you could get married. There were certain you couldn't marry. Oh, this is actually this is famous because I know about this. Basically, Samuel Johnson would refer to this as scotch wedding. Yes. And a scotch wedding was like a Vegas wedding, basically. That's exactly what it was. And this guy was the guy that married you was a cobbler, okay? So he was, he had like this, he wasn't officially. Wait, wait, you either still doing this now? I don't know if yes, you could still get married there, but it would be a obviously you can get married there, but I'm saying, is this thing still in effect that if you want? Because in England, did they say we're going to take a trip to gretna green? Yes, that's it. Oh, I've got to come up with the name. I've got to come up. I should have been taking notes. And yes, it's famous. Yes, it is. Because like 200 years ago, if you were in trouble, or you got a girl with child, you take a trip up to create a green and get a quick. It was really that it was really like the vagus of its day. But I'm so glad you couldn't remember the name that made such an impact on you that you could barely remember it. I know it took me like the 5 or 6 days to get over the time change, which was only 5 hours, but in fact, I'm suffering it now, but not badly, it's better. It's tough.

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"cobbler" Discussed on Maureen From Quarantine

Maureen From Quarantine

04:27 min | 1 year ago

"cobbler" Discussed on Maureen From Quarantine

"Quarantine in a world. Where maureen is doing broadcasts van. That's quarantine one woman and a microphone from los angeles changes the lives of everyone they come in contact with laureen mclaren tea serving the universe. Hey world it's maureen from quarantine. And i am cloud today to well. I just came from the farmers market and purchase these gorgeous peaches peaches peaches peaches peaches and guess what. They're really good really sweet in season. So i recommend you rush right out. Go get yourself some brash organic peaches then if you can't get them at the farmers market go ahead and try you know the grocery store and the organic section and get some really good organic sweet peaches and the good news is that Because paul's on the way it's the perfect time as the weather starts to cool down. And i know we were in midst of a huge heat wave in the last few weeks but it's cooling down. Now leave sir falling name. That song leaves are falling and follows here time for power vegan h- each cobbler young And you know what you can make this gorgeous vegan peach cobbler with those beautiful peaches that you purchased at left farmers market. So let's see got maybe we'll keep it real simple for this recipe and again if you can't get to the farmers market obviously i know in the midst of quarantine with everything going on Not always easy and so even if you can't necessarily get out to the store and or if you can get to the store and can't necessarily Find or gathered together the organic peaches. Why then go for the canned peaches and or the frozen peaches. And you'll still have this beautiful peachy keen. See what i just did. Their peachy keen recipe and so queue. Up the fun music. I recommend the happy happy tune of apples. Peaches pumpkin pie. Isn't that a cool song. And you gotta dance to that song. And if you're not happy to that song well. I don't know it's a happy song. And so again. Not to digress. From all that's going on in quarantine but this peaches really are a cool fruit and a power nutrient hence word power vegan recipe major nutrients in peaches so Gather up your peaches and see if he can put together Maybe you know four to five really big fat ripe peaches and if you don't like the skin on the peaches you can you count incorporate those after you rinse them in scrub them and put them into the baking dish but if you prefer without this can go ahead and you can boil them for tad and then take them out. Put them in cold water and then just peel them right off. Cut them up. And maybe go for about three pounds of these peaches and or go for Maybe five big fat ripe peachy king peaches and put those together. Gather some lemon jews and about. Oh i guess about a tablespoon or so of the lemon juice and this will also help keep the peaches in that fresh zone which is a great goto. Lemon is always a great. Go to keep your fruits especially like with apples and things like that. When you're making. Ooh you know what just came to me. I'm gonna put forth the apple. Cobbler out there as well. Lou apple pie moving into that time of year folks and it's as i say to my daughter cozy train time so gather all your cozy Ingredients here in lemon is also a great source for the immune system power power source for vitamin c..

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U.S. Top General Milley Secretly Called China Over Fears Trump Could Spark War

America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

01:42 min | 1 year ago

U.S. Top General Milley Secretly Called China Over Fears Trump Could Spark War

"Was there anything unusual set to the chinese counterpart in the phone calls. As far as you understand again. I all i. All i've seen is the same reporting that you've seen jen i. I can't speak to the specifics of the conversation. A conversation that took place obviously before Before this administration took office. But i would add if i may again that it is not only a common. It's expected that chairman of the joint chiefs of staff would continue to have counterpart conversations. I mean he is basically the chief of defence for the united states. We don't call them that he has cobbler. Koby i've had enough. That's live footage from the pentagon. They are having to address the accusations block. Buster shocking tectonic accusations. The channel joint chiefs colluded with communist china with their general staff and cold them to ensure that china would not be attacked and that mark milley was interposing himself in the chain of command of the united states thus negating the principle of civilian control of our armed forces that we have had from the beginning of the establishment of our republic and the position of president chief. -secutive and commander in

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"cobbler" Discussed on Money Rehab with Nicole Lapin

Money Rehab with Nicole Lapin

06:23 min | 1 year ago

"cobbler" Discussed on Money Rehab with Nicole Lapin

"And die in the gutter regardless of how i have blew my bank like mama rich bitch but it has nothing to do with. What's in my bank account like. The fear is going to exist if i have ten. Gazillion dollars in my bank account doesn't matter so you lost it and then what happened. Well i mean. I was so depressed because i thought to myself you know. I'm not turns out not a financial guy really. Just nothing and i worked really hard to make this money. It was like a one time thing. I won the lottery and i'm never going to make this money again. And that's just that like i really. I ruined my kid's future. I ruined my future. I was unemployable at this point. Like everyone thought i was a loser because i lost all my money so everyone i knew i was suicidal. I thought i thought it would be better for my kids. I i had. Because when i had a lot of money i got myself a nice life insurance policy. I thought it'd be better for my kids. If i killed myself then if i lived so i was trying to figure out how to kill myself but i thought that the insurance companies wouldn't pay off the insurance policy if they knew i committed suicide so it was always researching like how come i commit suicide without anybody knowing. There's there's pretty much no way to do it. And i didn't kill myself but that's how depressed i was and i couldn't get out of bed in the morning. I couldn't even understand. What is it that makes people smile. I could understand like how to move those muscles anymore. Like seemed inconceivable to me to smile like when you feel that depressing when you feel suicidal. It's like life starts off as this giant funnel and imagine like a marble like at the top of the funnel ongoing down it. You have your choices. Get narrow narrow narrow until there's only one you think there's only one way out which is not true. There's many ways out and what happened was is that it was kind of like just as odd thing. I bought a bunch of waiters. Pat and i always like the look of waiters pads. And i never slept. Because i was depressed so i would walk around like all night these waiters pads. I go into this. You know cafe or coffee shop or whatever. And and for whatever reason i started. This is like my second year of depression. I start just writing down ten ideas day like i would rate. Oh here's ten. Books i write. Or here's ten businesses. I could potentially start. Or here's ten investing strategies. So here's ten stocks. I write down ten ideas day and after a few even weeks. Let's just say months of doing this. I realized i was like happier for some reason. And it was because like you start connecting all these neurons in your brain. You get like more creative. You have tons of ideas. And i realized oh you know. Ideas are kinda like a muscle and that if you if you don't exercise a muscle then it'll atrophy. It'll atrophy like pretty quickly. If you don't exercise your leg muscles like if you just stay in bed for a year you will be able to watch and the physical therapy to walk and the same thing happens with idea. Most people think. Oh when. I have a good idea. It'll just hit me like lightning. And then i'll know but it's not true. You have to really exercise the idea muscle and so i started doing that. And i started having like legitimately good ideas after a few months of doing this. And so i start getting excited about life again and then i started doing these ideas and there was still another six years before i made i built and sold another company but i started making streams of income. You know five or six streams of income. Because i would monetize all these different ideas and at least i survived but then i lost all my money again. I built and sold another company to the street dot com and i lost all my money again and had to do it from scratch again. I mean the first time it went from fifteen million to one hundred forty three dollars left in my bank account and the second time i went from about similar amount to again almost nothing and i just always had to start and having a third time as well and i always have to start from scratch with the third time it happened. I had a lot of confidence in myself. So i didn't get as stressed. Hold onto your wallets boys and girls money. Rehab will be right back. When's the last time you ate something that truly stopped you in your tracks if it's been too long since food is blown you away. It's time to try jenny's ice cream. Every pint of jenny's unforgettable crave worthy flavor that makes you feel good try- brown butter almond brittle with a buttercream base and golden pockets of caramel and crunch. Maybe you'd like bramble berry crisp which tastes like fresh berry cobbler. Or if you love cake try buoy butter cake. 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Some Countries Stop Evacuation Flights

AP News Radio

01:07 min | 1 year ago

Some Countries Stop Evacuation Flights

"Some countries are ending evacuation flights from Afghanistan after yesterday's deadly terrorist attack that killed at least thirteen U. S. troops and dozens of Afghan citizens but the U. S. is vowing to continue president Biden valve the mission to remove US citizens and some Afghans who helped the U. S. government will go on despite suicide bombings near the airport that killed US service personnel and dozens of Afghan citizens in the American wishes to get out of Afghanistan we'll find them we will get them out Biden says the violence appears to be the work of a faction of the Islamic state group we will hunt you down to make you pay critics like Republican senator Thom Tillis are blaming the bite that ministration for the deadly chaos we should have more contingency plans that but anyway robot Dowson service members in a box canyon call cobbler or Canada and a number of European countries have already ended their evacuations Jackie Quinn Washington

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"cobbler" Discussed on NASCAR America

NASCAR America

03:48 min | 1 year ago

"cobbler" Discussed on NASCAR America

"Yeah obviously come down off the high but just really these days if you get a win in indicates fields bloody awesome. Hey we'll steal target. I i was there i got to see it. First of all the double header weekend with spectacular because nascar guys like ourselves. Get to see you guys not just on television but first hand at the race track. I guess my question to you. Is i think i understand on the cup side. Kind of what makes driver certain track. But you and this indie road course. It's unbelievable numbers are outstanding. It can't be the car. Is there something about the track. The lines us have confidence there. What do you think it is about you. And that road course just seem to mesh. Yeah it's quite a technical track. Is i guess you could say a high grip track but And he can run the very very free at said driving stall that. I like And unlike any push it all that's Yeah that's really. I guess man some some tracks. Just click with people some tracks and you compli finger on why but I have to work at it by struggled in winner at that track and i came back and Was really competitive again. So i did a lot of homework before that race and Had look at why. I struggled and came in made those improvements it. It's the size. It's doesn't always suit me. I have to put the work into do it. But yes certainly had a lot of good results. A lot of strong results works paying off like any push our guy staying team penske talking to that full body card three. Just a little tight. So here's here's my thing. I watch love the indycar season this year. I have loved to watch it. But you talk about nine different winners. We go to the cup. Said we've had fourteen different winters. What in god's name is going on in motor sports this year kevin harbor cat one yet. You had one yet until we got to this point denny. Hamlin had one yet. Is it just a change of the guard in indycar racing and motor sports in general as we look at it. Well i would say in indy cop. It's definitely all the young guys coming in Also the the parody between the cause and also the teams There there all the teams seem to Be be running at a very high level now and yeah before you had penske ganassi standouts andretti. But now really any team in the pit lane could win and And when you've had the same car for a long time as well everyone works out all the little details that matter to make that cough fast. So i think it's all things added together Has has created that. I mean i don't know about nasc. Cobbler sure that all the teams novel tricks and everything you need to do to make those calls win as well and that's why sunny different winners won't put pressure on you here. We'll see over your left shoulder there. You've got a trophy. That looks an awful lot. Like the gateway arch and i noted saturday night at eight. Pm eastern on nbc. You guys are are headed to worldwide technology raceway formerly known as gateway near saint. Louis your teammates does of new garden one year ago. It seems like team penske is is out of its slump. A little bit the last couple of weeks how do you. How do you like your chances. Hadn't gateway this saturday pretty good You know as far as being competitive. I mean winnings one thing being competitive winnings another thing but i let alone laps last year Got.

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"cobbler" Discussed on Mornings With Gail - 1310 KFKA

Mornings With Gail - 1310 KFKA

03:25 min | 1 year ago

"cobbler" Discussed on Mornings With Gail - 1310 KFKA

"We spent some time talking about the threat of russia's sabotage of america. Well it's never been greater than under today's biden presidency rusher cyber attacks targeting everything from american fuel to the super food supply national elections and that according to a brand new book putin's playbook russia's secret plan to defeat america. Well that is part of vladimir. Putin's overarching plan to bring the united states to its needs and we are dangerously woefully unprepared to fight back. Most of us don't even know where in a dangerous confrontation well. Rebecca cobbler was born and raised in the soviet union. She came to america as a young woman after nine eleven. She joined the defense intelligence agency devoting her career to protecting her newly adopted country. And in putin's playbook koffler reveals in chilling detail. Putin's long range plan his playbook as it were to weaken and subdue the united states preparing for the war. That he believes is absolutely inevitable. Hope you can stay with us. It's going to be a fascinating conversation with rebecca koffler Former member of the defense intelligence agency Author of the great new book putin's playful book russia's secret plan to defeat america rebecca ways in this morning right around six thirty five closing in on six thirty now thirteen ten kfi k. What's happening in your own backyard. Listen to no co- now with tanner's swint a northern colorado's voice thirteen ten kfi k. Design countertops specialists. Presidents thirteen days. Thirteen teens preps football training. Camp coverage begins in august. All in northern colorado's voice thirteen ten kfi k. Whereas all she's been censored but not silence a former defense intelligence agency officer rebecca koffler. A native of the soviet union became to america as a young woman is the author of putin's playbook russia's secret plan to defeat america. Six thirty six thirteen ten. Kfi thirteen ten k. of k. a. dot com northern colorado's voice mornings with gail from the auto collision specialists studios rebecca. Welcome to the show. Thank you sir my guest. Rebecca is that with america's seemingly headlong rush toward socialism. Making you as you write in your book putin's playbook making you feel like you're back in the. Us are lucky isn't how that makes you feel. Am i.

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Rampant Affirmative Action Is an Invitation to Cronyism and Corruption

The Charlie Kirk Show

01:53 min | 1 year ago

Rampant Affirmative Action Is an Invitation to Cronyism and Corruption

"When you have ramp affirmative action. This is so obvious. It is an invitation to cronyism and corruption. All these racial quota laws to try to hire blacks and south. Africa is the heaviest on small businesses. Where large mega corporations. They have no problem complying to this. Now we talk a lot of in the free market space of which you know turning point is part of and we spend a lot of time in about burdensome regulation and remember we love markets as a means to an end not as an end to a means meaning. We're not trying to get to a place of free markets. We're trying to use free markets. When you spoke to expand human flourishing protect private property rebuild the american family and if we have to insert ourselves into a market when there's not a desirable outcome like families getting obliterated because of some corporation. I did something that we should be happy to do that. We should be reluctant to do it at times but market should work for us. We should not work for market. This puritanical view of free markets is a libertarian idea. That's fine i agree with libertarians. On guns and lockdowns and against mandatory vaccines do not agree with them on a quasi religious view of markets. Can that's a different podcasts. For a different time. We talk a lot about regulation. Red tape is what we call it. What about the red tape of racial quotas. Do you want to crush the small business in tampa florida. Do you want to crush the laundromat in spokane washington. Do you want to crush the cobbler in riverside california then all of a sudden. Tell them that they have to comply with this top down racial demographic edicts that's going to raise the cost of doing business and that is precisely what has happened in south africa.

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Under Pressure From Critics, Harris to Visit US-Mexico Border

The Erick Erickson Show

01:55 min | 1 year ago

Under Pressure From Critics, Harris to Visit US-Mexico Border

"There's breaking news. And i've got to cover this live. It'll still be breaking important news. Even if you're not listening to be like you should be listening to me life but nonetheless it is eric erikson. The full number is eight. Seven seven nine seven eric. Eight seven seven nine seven three seven four to five. Kala harris is going to the border. Apparently she's so bad there deporting her. I'm sorry crack myself up so okay. So i literally. I was at a dinner last night. My buddy dan at the broadcasters conference where broadcasting from he he's the communications director of national What about cobbler will she ever go. The border i said did if she goes to the border. It's going to be a pr disaster. They can't senator the border without it being a pr disaster that they wanted to go to the border. And then today she's going to el paso this week. Here's the list. Yes i've a partisan but honestly after the week the biden administration has had. Can you blame them for preferring. Comma harris pr disaster to a constant reminder of the impotency of the biden presidency major slit. Let's roll the tape. Let's let's review the for the people act dead. The biden infrastructure plan dead. The biden gun control plan dead. The biden police reform plan dead. Every biden signature initiatives dead in the united states in it some of them in the united states house of representatives and the for the people that dies biden. Really the dirty little secret in washington is he did not want it anyway. The biden administration did not what the for the people active paths. They it would help. Moderate democrats

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"cobbler" Discussed on What's The Matter With Me? Podcast

What's The Matter With Me? Podcast

05:12 min | 1 year ago

"cobbler" Discussed on What's The Matter With Me? Podcast

"Of crazy stuff in that soar like they have a whole section. You shin miniature statues like a statue of this stinks or statue of like horace and just really great. I was like what's the deal. She's like some kids used to come in here years ago and he liked them so we started buying them they also had like lots of pocket knives like your pocket knife. Enthusiasts mel shoe store mel shoot swinney in castro valley your pocket night so many pocket nights. I was a little worried for my personal safety. But it wasn't that it wasn't at dangerous life. Seen it was like a middle aged man useful life seen so shy out to mallaig up the stinks. Where else said they have have a whole section minute. Tongkah's they have like women in men's of big selection minutes orcas which is cool. I can't wear minutes arkan's around anymore. But i've been wanting some shoes to put on while i ride my wheelchair around so i called some tongkah's just because i thought that would look cool to be like in a wheelchair. Minute talkers because i never get to wear shoes. I have to wear shoes to brace. skin fit into. That are six wide. You heard it six. Why don't if you need to gay your af. Oh wait for the or titian. Don't get your insurance company. Involved go to the cobbler. It's not cost an it. Cost me like fifteen bucks or something. And they god love to do and he was very nice so you know mel mellon his wife man but i think the wife stocks all this stuff. They had like leather leather bible covers. Dude i i didn't know that there you give them different style most force. They're all different style of that. Their bible cover pocket knives minnetonka shoes and sphinx statues mel shoe clinic cheviots. That's a mouth. Bow down and pay homage. What's the matter with be daiki tuning in sorry. I wasn't in us. We cocoa's birthday party on sunday. And then again on on wendy. We have windsor birthday. Even know what they did. Oh yeah we have workday. Party on sunday memorial day was monday and then on tuesday. We have carrots. Come up and give her the grandparents and then Did you know that my child. My daughter coco was born on june first june. I is national. Take a chance day or national also known as national clip of coin bay. So take a chance flip. The coin mchugh been gets it yesterday or just do it now going now. I know you have a coin. Go find one turn this off. What's the matter with me dot. Org is your source for. What's the matter with be podcasts. In you can also find it on apple podcasts and everywhere else in the universe there is podcast with the matter with me. Thank you for.

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"cobbler" Discussed on What's The Matter With Me? Podcast

What's The Matter With Me? Podcast

06:45 min | 1 year ago

"cobbler" Discussed on What's The Matter With Me? Podcast

"Thank you for tuning into the. What's the matter with the podcast. Breida on my name is john of forty two years old. Mahama's been offer small busy sooner radio. Dj podcasts or and that may podcast share. What i'm going through. I kinda messed that up right at the end that i have multiple sclerosis and i made this podcast to share what i'm going through man. What's the matter with me. I wanted to checking about the call blur but i someone that you know. Today is the first day of. ymca day camp. it'll be all summer long in cocoa. My daughter is there my son. He's still hearing the house. suing distance. Learning tomorrow is his last last day of the year and then held join cocoa at the ymca on friday. So it's really an we have. Maybe it through this corona virus hellscape. I fought we cocoa every day. It was so remains pretty. I mean it's i say we'll see how she liked it. I have with fuming. She like being around people all day and having activties that cheek can join. All day was really hard to be the physician of being a disabled doubt. First off hold up on a knowledge that the wind chimes brought the wind. Sean tiered meander from san jose. I don't want you to be like we seen ten north. Now we've brought the win. John's their portable and they win. The mostly works the same wherever you go. Currently so here is the john so it was hard to be around coco and be like feel like. I had to give her what she got at preschool. You know disabled man of one person. My wife is at work. She takes time out but she's she works. You know song here. I'm trying to give cocoa where i give her. But what can i do you now. I got one hand. I can't walk very well. Excuse me i have two hands. I've really have the use of born hand and use. I only have the use of one. Half one of my hands. Just doesn't work very well to do anything and then one of my legs the same thing. I can't really walk around Gain the long distance walk around. But i can't be like running around with the preschool. You that's a whole different level so trying to give cobra that interaction. I mean first of all it's impossible. I'm not twenty people. Just me and what i have to give is different. I'm able to do different things than other people. So when they're like dude. This activity cut out the shapes and help them glue. Like i'm not good at that. I got one hand. The use of one hand. I gotta stop saying to everything is here. It's just not functional. So i'm want to train. Give her that fall log pressure. Read her ton of books every day for the much reading books. I mean. Guess serie i. It was her birthday so it was her fifth birthday. Yesterday and cheese out at school since march thirteenth. Two thousand twenty new is going to be bad. When the kicked him out on friday the thirteenth was like could this portend could be a bad on friday the thirteenth. Anyway finally today. She's at the ymca with other kids and with people with activities a things she can be part of. She needed so bad. She's gonna be kindergartner. In the fall this fall and so this is her first time doing anything. we're preschool. She's left preschool away a year and a couple months early so she missed that socialization and learning and we try to give it to her she. The distance learning abc mouse materials. Dinner light kids educational software that we downloaded four month a four week every month ever since march of twenty twenty so every month. I've been checking this out from the library. My friend law librarian who also came through and read books to the kids. As recently as this past weekend she's remain here bringing books for them at checkout. She's really been a huge support. That's a rocky. Y'all shouts rocky. The librarian live wrapping. I can't wait for lock for rocky to resolve lord ever to the next phase. I can't wait to see them. Plays where numbers bubbling up shining way. She helped my kids to have a library experience. And i'm so grateful for that. Because like i said i'm trying to offer to give as much as i can offer and what can do read some books so rocky brought the books. We read so many books like every day. Cocoa sat on my lack reading books. But i tell you the truth. I couldn't. I couldn't do any work. On hopping hot.

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"cobbler" Discussed on Alison Rosen Is Your New Best Friend

Alison Rosen Is Your New Best Friend

05:59 min | 1 year ago

"cobbler" Discussed on Alison Rosen Is Your New Best Friend

"Anyone to fainted show except by new because wow the ratings like i should have known that before we got married here s closed. I always loved the idea of cobbler. The promise of cobbler like it. Just i'm calling everyone tony tonight. I don't know why jordan mentioned throwing a little ice cream on the top. I mean it just. It sounds so like melty ice cream and cobbler but really. I don't think i've ever had a cobbler where i enjoyed all the bytes pretty much. I like the crumbly toppling. Oh that sounds like a why not a cpi crumbly toppling. I the crumbly like kirby nece of it. But it's usually a little. The fruit is like too tart. I the and also if it's a peach cobbler which jordan mentioned then time you might have some peach skin in there again. Yeah no to me no. I don't gain. I don't want that in there. I just get in my mouth. I'm sure there's a way way. That's a good drop. Tony thinking the same thing a way to get a cobbler. That is like die. Dialed in for my specific taste. But i've yet to have one so for that reason. Cobbler fuck yourself. But let's do that for that reason. Cobbler he yourself. That's right it's inception of segments by the way a crumbly toppling favourite. Lord of the rings care. He gets killed so fast though. Yeah it's up. Gruesome gruesome is really out. Then betsy what about you you know. I think it's okay. I'm not a huge dessert. Head or sweet person. Any at all But i'm never mad at a cobbler so i'll say yes please. But i'm also one like you were saying as in every bite. I can't i usually eat a lot of the desert anyway because it's sweet for me but i'm going to say yes please got it's gotta be the ice cream guy gotta be called melty will e. I'm in. i'm in right absolutely in see. You're not a dessert person. Are you like a savory person. Yes i way rather does have a bunch of chips. Any dessert chips or through. I mean give me just chips. That's all i want you have a fav- chip doritos cool ranch. Doritos a solid chip daniel. A solid well. I love a good cobbler I wanted to make a joke about People who fix shoes same thing. That's a fun neighborhood kind of mess around in that area handler. Movie the cobbler. Well you wanted to put a cobbler in your mouth. You know wanted to trying to say something there but it didn't come together in my head. I would like to see if someone does such a great job of fixing your shoes. You want to perform oral sex please my mouth but what did you say tony. I stepped on it. Said he did say. Put that skin in my mouth talking to a who did a great job.

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Dustin Johnson reveals Champions Dinner menu for next week's Masters Tournament

Mason & Ireland

01:13 min | 2 years ago

Dustin Johnson reveals Champions Dinner menu for next week's Masters Tournament

"The world's the masters champions dinner is something that happens every single year. Whoever wins the green coat gets to pick the menu for the next year at the beginning of of the masters and this year it is dustin johnson who got to pick the menu and it sounds good to me. It's it's a. It's a good solid american style menu of you've seen it. No i've seen any of it. Appetizers pigs in a blanket great cocktail party treat and lobster in corn fritters sounds delicious. I course either a house salad. Or a caesar salad. Now i would like a table side. Caesar whose me family style. Sides mashed potatoes and spring vegetables. Main course filet mignon and me so marinated sea bass and then the desert is peach cobbler and apple pie with vanilla ice cream. John what do you think of the menu like it solid. Yeah good options. There didn't really take any chances right. Didn't go out of the box with any of his

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"cobbler" Discussed on PHP Internals News

PHP Internals News

04:13 min | 2 years ago

"cobbler" Discussed on PHP Internals News

"In this episode talking with david cobbler about an rc. That he's written to auto new function to php called a think. David would you please introduce yourself. Hi i'm david vote with hp professionally among other languages a developer of web sites and and services. I've been doing that for about fifteen.

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"cobbler" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

02:10 min | 2 years ago

"cobbler" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"The first Latina to ever serve on the Supreme Court of the United States of America. Justice Sonia Sotomayor. Ladies and gentlemen, please remain standing for the oath of office, followed by musical honors. Please raise your right hand and repeat after me. I kamala Davey House do solemnly swear calmly, baby, Harrison solemnly swear that I will support and defend the Constitution of the United States that I will support and defend the Constitution of the united against all enemies, foreign and joints. All enemies, foreign and domestic, that I will bear true faith and allegiance to the same that I would be a true faith and allegiance to the same that I take this obligation freely that I take this obligation freely without any mental reservation or purpose of evasion without any mental reservation or purpose of evasion, that I will well and faithfully discharge that I will well and faithfully discharge the duties of the office on which I am about to him the duties of the office upon which I am About to enter. So help me God. So help me God that you So vice president elect cobbler Harris is now vice president Kamila Harris and re band is playing Hail Columbia and celebration as the crowd applauds what should be coming next. Besides, a short playing by the Marine Guard is the interaction of Jennifer Lopez, who will play what is called in American musical selection that comes before The President elect Joe Biden takes the oath of office and becomes the president. So.

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Building Confidence with Jonathan Van Ness

Breaking Beauty Podcast

05:33 min | 2 years ago

Building Confidence with Jonathan Van Ness

"Hello jonathan so. I'm a huge fan of queer eye and of yours personally because you're radiating joey all over the place whether it's watching you learn to figure skate on i g or your daily morning coffee boogie you. I really just love all of your content And virtually officiating a wedding. That was also very cool during quarantine so cool so we're really honored to have you on breaking beauty. Podcast tell us from your perspective like what is self confidence. What does it look like. And why is it important. Pay attention to. Oh that's a really good question. I think for me. Self confidence is so important because it will competence is like one of the central tenets of self of like being centered self and what that means is in the therapy that i've done so much of is like we wanna be self led like my idea. Being sulfide is like the person that like. Even if i'm late or things of kind of gone awry like i can still be calm. I'm not reactive inaugurated you know. You're centered selfish. Very like calm clear compassionate courageous. It's like really like the best version of yourself and so confidence is part of that in so when you feel confident that's like a really good indicator for me when i feel confidence a really good indicator for me that my centered south. I miss. i'm not in an a people pleasing my personality. I'm not in a irritated part of my personality. I'm not in like a overly work mode part of my personality. I'm like you know self-led fled so accurately talks about that. There's a lot of people in virtual eaters and spiritual thinkers who think who talk about being selfless. So confidence is such a big piece of that. But i think the thing that people miss the most often about confidence and i know that for myself i did too is that you can be competent and you can have a part of you. That feels really confident about something but then also really insecure about something else and can happen at the same time There's parts of you that feel confident but then there's other parts that you know are insecure about certain things and so the trick is is wet part of yourself. Can you identify with. Can you hear from that part. That might wanna change something or maybe doesn't like something about yourself and say look i hear you like i get it. I understand why you might feel that way about yourself. This is like you talking to yourself. Maybe we got those ideas from society or like something. That doesn't really feel organic to us. Like while i hear what you're saying i need to get in the back seat because actually centered. South is here. And we're not going to be berating ourselves today about that like expectation of beauty that we know that part of me has for how it's supposed to him kind of china mores in it by with this parliament industrial confidence about you know my heart may essence. What i do for my friends what i do for me. The only or feels like super confident about my face. I have i will say this. Maybe i am maybe really competent. But my face is like one thing. I've never been self conscious about like. I've always thought like a really pretty face like i've cobblers. I like i've always been like work. There's other so. I always looks like something. You feel competent. It doesn't mean physical thing it can be a piece of who you are and then just tried to identify with that. Because i think there's anyone who feels completely competent about everything all the time every single thing. Yeah i read in your bio that from a really young age like forever. You were out and i and i think about back then like what gives you the confidence to express your authentic self. Even from a young age. I say the include ryan episodes of like you know there really was like i could really be in a closet if you had like is in ears like if you were in my presence. You were very much like okay. Like i was fully fluid in nancy. Kerrigan kristi yamaguchi oxana by all geos zodiac sign. I also knew about everything about the electoral college in the presidential election of nineteen ninety-two. I really wanted to talk about i. Thought ross perot is actually. When i understood. I understood like the words. I didn't understand the politics of his leaks. I was i was really engaged in the world around me also just extremely feminine and i wanted to wear tights that i wanted to her off the shoulder. Things and i wanted to like run up to my dad's best friends like push them in runaway. Be like it was just exactly how i am now but if i do is coming out of the closet officially linked answering yes to the question of our i was getting asked if i was gade called gay and like just was asked to from such a young age that i think by the time it was like in sixth grade. It was like by fifth grade already done. I'm buying and pamela anderson's. I watch being watch like i you know but really it was david hasselhoff that i get enough up. He was such treatment in the nineties. Yeah until he started rapping. Of course you started rapping. Did i miss a diva rap. I'm pretty sure he was a big rapper. In germany he had an act german moment. I did knows because of rapid wisit wrapping. Am i making that up. Okay i'm going to have to google it after our call

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Kitchen Tuneup

Fix It 101

04:09 min | 2 years ago

Kitchen Tuneup

"How are you guys doing this morning? Really Well doing well Jeffey with US yes. Can you hear me Oh? Yes. Sir. I can loud and clear. There you go. Thank you. So this morning. Some neat stuff going on over the weekend I. been out for a couple of days here but I did a big project this weekend guys I got to tell you about i. i. need to hear what you guys are up to Pam. What did you get into this week? Well I WANNA give out to our local market in Jackson on hostelry some friends and Less than seven hundred there was not seven hundred of us. It was three of US got together and we bought us a bunch of peaches and we sat outside because it cooled off and we peel though son of a guns and cut Emma and put a little on and stuck them in the freezers, and then we did keep enough to make a peach cobbler. So that was what I did this weekend now home. Improvement type projects, but boy, did I have a good time doing that? So you know that's an interesting thing to say there because you looked at the peaches as a project. I would've looked at the peaches is more food so I might have eaten them when I brought him home. So you're not a big you don't you don't keep the. The peeling on a on a peach the skin on each one of my friends took that home. She called her Mama up in North Mississippi tell her how to boil those suckers down and make something with. What are we doing? What they're doing with the feelings but and then I took the seeds and we through those away. But I did throw a few out to the dogs because I like to crunch on them for some reason. Okay. y'All do everything but eat a peach so I'm just going to lay out. Okay. Jeff already gotten into. Well I went to Smith like Who? So we work wake boarding and jumping off cliffs and jumping off Oh. I. Said we was jeff including in the. Japan. Well. Let me somebody had take a picture of a alright super is there we go. Jumping by jet okay. My wife and I hear this this neat little project, the way that we did. We were at a local park in town, and this park has these giant. Metal Poles going up into the air, right? Well, at the top of these polls are these taught pieces of fabric the go from one pole to another all the ought not for rain or anything like that. The whole point of this top piece of fabric is to keep the area cool and shade because there's no shade at this. Particular? Park. My wife and I thought it was a great idea for our deck somehow to figure this out. So this weekend, we got one of these giant pieces of. We ordered it online a giant piece of fabric with like hooks on the corners. And did what are these projects? I put a couple of posts in the ground and then couple on house and unbelievable. This thing is real talk completely over the deck it's not rainproof. We didn't intend it to be rainproof, but we always use like umbrellas and things like that on the deck. Now, we just walk out everything's there. Of course, string some lights too because that was you know Mississippi so. Anyway, that was the big project this weekend that was a lot of fun though and I got to. Try the different theories that are used here on fix it when I one of how to put a post in the ground with what material whether it be concrete or PEA Gravel or whatever and I think. I. Did

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In limbo no more: DACA recipients rejoice over Supreme Court's decision

Tom and Curley

03:03 min | 2 years ago

In limbo no more: DACA recipients rejoice over Supreme Court's decision

"So yeah our he tried the rate is low he enough been talking that it's about about not this this really the the president president a concern cited cited about about this this and whole whole so easy daca daca that's thing thing for for the scenario a a while while now now that your your works covers covers the best on on constitutional constitutional or the second even even one that their their works the present present best Obama Obama is said said Hey Hey an listen listen Israeli I I can't can't just just change change situation the the constitution constitution I I can't can't and just just tell tell us us that that in let let these these that people people what in in they do is they work but after the get stick to he see said if they're you like thirteen can imagine or fourteen working times under the I system think he said John I two think week I can find cycles a way of four to elect day people work whose weeks parents all right stuck let into me the country working keep four the kids days here as well a week and four the days present a week puts together followed really by kinda ten shoddy days presentation of voluntary the supreme quarantine court's like really this isn't that would be like for you're everybody handing in extra so creditor just in case handing in you a test happen to you pick haven't it up in the lead in those yeah fourteen I think days John when Roberts you were working Roberts held then it up you like would quarantine that yourself that and this then you go back that this and forth is what you and guys they say think that we'll that's get that's you an Israeli to keep these the folks the out Vaisman of the country institute came up with it that Jim Boren and they say Austria this is the executive already director is kind of the of northwest doing immigration that rights and the one projects thing about as the that rule that's that isn't successful a surprise is to you them don't have to when do the testing Supreme Court says and nope I'm the assumption sorry is Mr president Hey well this is not a lot how of us might you get it but get as long rid as of we quarantine the daca program for the ten trump days administration will be okay when there we it go tried out and to risk end the program that did yet not as follow its point the proper on the article procedures and that's not never give them going adequate to work in justification the United States and why for is that because ending the program we either and Donald failed to Trump acknowledge or anybody doesn't that have severe the power impact but to it be would able have to on manipulate daca recipients society that and would people only work across best the country in heavily centralized it was a governments justice that don't have Roberts fifty was different said you you know know this versions these people of are here the president's they're kinda Adam intertwined in their governors inter twined and so then into the country then the big question and just is pick can them up you and figure throw him out out a way that's to probably do not it the in right this way to go country and hear more that's from there at the better end of the and day this is where the folks this is who one are of things covered that you by the suggested daca program right from the are batch still I in think this temporary which which limbo is that and you Congress need right there is the one everyone that has acknowledges the power to that ultimately economic resolve lockdown the situation was it and was like provide a sledgehammer them a pathway we just kind to eventually of boom U. S. citizenship and there's that a was bill it that can the you house now of representatives what now has that we already know passed what we know house bill can you HR make six it more targeted which is and so also the known hope as the clean is dream act that you can would target provide okay as protection you mentioned not only to daca recipients you know if but you're to over many sixty other people you in are the community at who a are undocumented risk if your you know children in school so I mean some I think get really there's a lot sick of there's but a lot almost going on you here know it's a and very I'm wondering small number so the that you can it's figure all about out a the way politics to have a of the schools matter right now open I up think for the for the last concern to me maybe campuses this is one can of the situations open up where because I think people the liberals in their twenties seem not or to if the they Democrats come down with the version they sing have that's the gonna upper help you hand into but two I I bad can version see you right I think we're talking to Ellen Johnson trucks humor the Johns Hopkins this is expert a wonderful on this said wonderful that day about one third of all for all the adults docket kids in America have underlying for their conditions families or are over the age of sixty and for five the American and dream if you can figure out we've if you always can figure believed out a way in to immigration target in those America individuals we've had really some not dark interrupt forces the gears opposing of machinery in the recent problem is years that could be hard to do I don't know but if our we economy believe would in function it it's if part a third of our of us soul are out of the loop every but one still of us so then you're not going to cares do that about if we immigrants all live so and what so happened many yet is of us the governor of are Washington descendants of immigrants gets an email from the governor to of California me frankly and the court's they list decisions the essential was surprising and nonessential employees but welcome they then send and it to gives you some the face state of Washington and they the look laws at it so blind and rules leading the and blind mores and of the governor this country of Washington signs off on can these are be essential upheld these are not he determines that the guy that what has a cobbler shop the in decision is akua is nonessential amazing all those bills I am continue so to happy increase for he these starts kids to determine who prior is essential families in who's are not feel essential for them in economy grinds and to I a think halt all the and Merica people us begin to

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Moll Cutpurse

Encyclopedia Womannica

04:32 min | 2 years ago

Moll Cutpurse

"Teach along the way and today we're looking back a mile uppers, and the reason why malls supper stands out because she's literally a women that do not play by the, and as you know, women make history when you break some rules. This episode initially aired during our building necessarily. And here's Jenny Kaplan to tell you more about her. Hello for Wonder Media Network. I'm Jenny Kaplan and this is encyclopedia Lamonica. When you imagine England in the era of Shakespeare, you may think of a golden age with the booming economy, a rising interest in exploration and growing merchant middle class, but there was more to it than that. Today traveling to the underbelly of London home to thieves, jokers and tricksters who played both sides of the law are villainous at the day was the most infamous woman of that world. Let's talk about Mary. Frith better known as mall covers. Mary's legacy lies somewhere between truth and legend. Records from her time are often exaggerated, biased or made up. That said here's the story of the cutting mall. Cut Purse as we know it. Mary was born in London in about fifteen eighty four. Her father was an honest cobbler. Nonetheless, Mary's first brush with the law occurred when she was sixteen years old. She was prosecuted for sealing purses. Mary's family quickly grew frustrated with her unf- eminent behavior. Some accounts say that in sixteen o nine. They learned her out to the docks by telling her. There was a wrestling match, and then tricked her onto a ship headed for north. America Mary managed to arrange passage back to shore with betting money. She brought for the match. When she made it back to London she quickly joined a group of pickpockets, earning her name mall cut purse in reference to the way pickpockets cut the purses straight off of their victims hits. Mary also earned a name for herself. Her tavern performances. She would sing dance. Play her loot and crack jokes wall dressed in male clothing. That was quite shocking at the time. To win a bet mall wants gallivanting through the streets of London on the city's most famous performing horse. She wore men's clothing dramatically carried a banner and Blue Trumpet. As soon as the locals recognized her, a riot broke out. The fans and enemies went while some tried to pull her off her horse while others cheered her on mall, just barely managed to escape and collector winnings in the next furrow. Walk quickly grew infamous enough to have books and plays written about her. One play called. The roaring girl features a comedic matchmaking main character named Mall. She's Cold Mad Mall. Life these acts. Team. According to her own testimony, Mary performed at least one after piece for that show. That's short, lighthearted act that follows a theaters main event. In sixteen eleven mall was arrested and thrown in jail for a few months, possibly because of her seemingly inappropriate performance, the following year after pieces were outlawed in the country for their often vulgar nature and tendency to attract pickpockets. Very playhouse where mall performed was used as an example in the case mall was arrested once again a few months later in Saint Paul's Cathedral and she eventually confessed to being publicly drunk swearing, associating with criminals, and of course, flaunting her male clothing. She did Penance at Saint Paul's Cathedral Wall tearfully drunk. Malls. Illegal activities didn't stop there far from it. By sixteen fourteen, she was operating a brokerage of stolen goods out of her house on Fleet Street thieves came to her to sell their spoils and victims would have no choice but to try buying them back hoping to avoid a lengthy court case. Authorities didn't try to stop any of this. In fact, they sometimes came to mall for her expertise and familiarity with local feeds around that time mall also got married, though even that seemed like a means to a criminal end for her. She never actually lived with her husband, and didn't mention him in her. Will Mall continued her underground business as usual, but now at the elevated reputation given to married women, she could even defeat court cases brought against her maiden name by

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Six more weeks of winter? Punxsutawney Phil makes his Groundhog Day prediction

Dr. Joe Esposito

00:38 sec | 3 years ago

Six more weeks of winter? Punxsutawney Phil makes his Groundhog Day prediction

"Be an early spring or six weeks of winter the world's most famous groundhog go in different directions with their weather predictions punk to Tony filling cobblers knob in Pennsylvania does not see his shadow so he predicts an early spring but here in Bucks county general Beauregard lead does see his shadow predicting six more weeks of winter what the very large groundhog lured out of his house with a treat hash Browns from waffle house then smiles and poses for lots of pictures and delivers the not so popular

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What is Carb Cycling and How Does it Work?

20 Minute Fitness

05:07 min | 3 years ago

What is Carb Cycling and How Does it Work?

"Before begins thought talking about Cobb cycling on. Do you all to remember less. No Special Diet quick fix or any of the fancy way or underway all building muscle and losing body. Thirty five comes down to calorie surpluses and deficits and exercising and burning more energy taking in and so on but cobb cycling can be away. That helps you stick to your diet better. So you can lose fat and build muscle depending on your goal but itself doesn't have any special fat-burning or muscle building properties. He's let's first begin by looking at COBB's themselves. So when cops suggested they break down into glucose and this is the preferred fuel your body and brain and on as glucose enters your bloodstream. Your pancreas is then signaled to produce. Insulin which is a hormone shuttles. The glucose from your blood into the cells where narrative then converted to energy will stores like gin or stored in fat cells and COBB. Cycling is planned. Alteration of your carbohydrates hydrate intake. So you'll have high cobb days and low cobb days typically. If you're hunting a high carb day this might call through to have anywhere from two to a two point. Five grams of carbohydrates per pound of body weight on a cart high carb day and a low carb day might be somewhere around nor point five grams of carbohydrates. It's per pound of body weight and the main reason people start cobb. Cycling is to try and prevent a Fatma's Plateau and maintain the metabolism Along with that workout performance and it aims to time you'll carbohydrate intake to win. It provides maximum benefit on exclude. You'd cobs to win the not needed. Many of you will know. cobbs a double edge sword withhold that that can use it to muscle growth by fueling our workouts. What's in creating a more anabolic environment. And our bodies. But we're also told that can use to fat storage by SPIKING are insulin levels which almost feeds our body. Fat With the Glucose Coast needs to stall so a lot of the time. People do see cops as the enemy because they wanted to to gain access. Wait however we do need cobs if we want to gain muscle and strength as quickly as possible and obviously it's all about being the deficit if we want to avoid paying the price of an ever expanding waistline and carb. Cycling is meant health health pause. Stop the pitfalls of building fast you to Cobb's whilst obviously giving us the anabolic environment. That COBB's provides a few our workouts accounts. So you can prove your carbon take based on a variety of different factors and this might be your body composition goals so you'll potentially reduce you'll cobb during a diet then Adam back in during a bulking phase when you're trying to put on muscle mass so you might as old them depending on training and rest days so you have a high carb intake take on trading days so I was talking about before about maximizing your calls potential and then have a low carb intake on rest days. You don't need as much fuel for your body. Some people follow. Scheduled ritual repeats which is techy to do one or several days to very high carb intake to act as reef e during prolonged diet. And your the following repeat you might be following a strict diet of say fifteen hundred calories five days per week and then consuming twenty five hundred calories with all the additional calories coming mostly mostly from carbohydrates on the other two days. You can even consider it if you'll come to a photo shoot or competition as I've all running for example as athletes Wilson Melson cobblers prior to an event. And this shows you the different objectives. People have when they consider altering the carbon take and following us with Cobb hop cycle said a hire car days are meant to replenish glycogen stores and boost your training intensity because of that it's meant to favorably the influence various hormones related to muscle protein synthesis and metabolism which includes the anabolic hormone insulin. And it's meant to temporarily elevate insulin nevels to help preserve your muscle tissue and boost muscle growth and then you usual lower carb days to maximize fat-burning almost like as we talked about. Kito before. Four really minimizing your cards and upping the facts and to get yourself into a state to fall asleep while you're burning fat stores instead of like Gin. Strategic High Saikal periods can also help improve function of the weight and appetite regulating hormones which we talked before as well called. Leptin and Ghrelin go into any more detail on the manipulating effector. Insulin levels wants to give a surface level explanation on Cobb cycling because I want the main thing to remember from. This is that that it's not a secret method to enable you to constantly build muscle mass and lose fat. It's another way to help you stick to a diet on your high carb OPD. Asian meant to feel like you're indulging in cheating when actually or not to retain actually amount you normally eat but it feels that way because you've been lacob spinner baits calorie deficit so so it feels like you're almost rewarding yourself out

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Transform Your Life with Bishop T.D. Jakes

Oprah's SuperSoul Conversations

05:37 min | 3 years ago

Transform Your Life with Bishop T.D. Jakes

"Jake says we all have the power to transform into the highest and best representation of ourselves that is awaiting us is that the question is. Where do we start? And you know what I love. Is that anyway. Favorite Bible verses is transformed by the renewing a new man. How transformed by the renewal of your mind? And that's what you're really talking about. That is exactly what I'm talking about because the reality of the matter is any other place that you try to transform from is not going to work you have to change the way you think about the circumstance situation Asia. We spent so much money changing the way we look the way we address where we live. We changed all outside but until you change the inside you really not GonNa Change Your Life and so I'm excited about having the opportunity not just changing your life released to your behavior and your character and all of that. That's very important to and for me that God something but even changing your career what you focus on what you what you put your energy in who you hang around what you're GonNa do with this section of your life. That's that's that's all I got because all of us are in the process of evolving. All of us want to live our life Torah fullest and highest potential. We do not want to get to the end of our lives and wonder what if we want to as the thing goes die empty to have poured out the very richards of yourself and I want to show them how to do that. You have the floor but one of the one one of the stories that I heard you telling you sorry. I was so moved by the story about the dog and the legs can can. Can you just share that before we get started. The dog with a female dog dog who had been hidden an accident and her back legs were broken and she was pregnant and she birth puppies and oddly enough. The puppies were fine. They were they were completely -pletely normal except for the fact they drug their hand leaks just like their mother and the amazing thing about the puppies who drug their legs as alleged. We're completely lately fine. But if what you see model in front of what you see in any way deformed or deranged your your concept of normalcy is defined by what you see. It is hard to be what you have not seen. It's about rounding yourself with good things surrounding yourself with aspirational things. So that you can see the highest part of yourself because else we have to have it modeled. It's not enough to have it preach to us or top tourist or anything we have to have it. Modeled demonstrated what does this look like. What does it feel like? You can get information from people but the real inspiration that transforms her life needs to be modeled in front of you so many times we get a degree green something and then when we get into it. We don't like it. We get a job when we did the job. We don't like it because we have not had it modeled in front of us and the problem with the puppy. Happy is that he had a bad model and many of us are suffering from the models. We take it away. I'm GonNa let did you have a seat over here. Bishops Freedom the I think one of the things that we do not realize how much has been laid on us about other people. The whole body auty of our experiences are summarized things we've read and the things we've seen and the things we've been taught and I want you to think this way that that failure. Oh you're is a learned behavior. You are not create it to fail nowhere. You created misallocated. There is a strategy in mind. Where when you find the place where you fit the best you are the most functional where you fit the best most of us have been crammed into what people needed us to be? And and we have been responders reacting to what the needs were what the kids wanted. What mother had in mind what your sister had in my what your boyfriend wanted? What's your husband husband wanted? This is what your girlfriend wanted. And after a while you get sometimes twenty thirty forty years old you start saying wait a minute. I've been everybody but me. So so I've got a little illustration it looks like. I'm getting ready to make a cobbler or something but I'm really not. I've got these apples here because I want you to understand understand about this apple. That's this apple right. Year is really an orchard. It is an orchard. Come on with it. The problem is in order to get the potential its highest and best potential. You have to get beyond the peelings and all the things that have been placed on top of it now. Imagine imagine the apple is you and you're trying to get your orchard out but there's all of this surrounding you that are are causing you not to be who you were created to be the transformational potential of this apple is never in its peeling. It's never in the meat of the Apple. Oh it is it is only when you are able to get it down to the core the core essence will you touch the core and you get down to the seed. You have been gotten to the place where you can find his fullest and best potential. You either have to cut to it or rock to

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Digital Economy: The digitisation of trade

The Economist Intelligence Unit: Digital Economy

12:00 min | 3 years ago

Digital Economy: The digitisation of trade

"Long before the Internet international trade routes the primary channel for the global spread of information. They've long since been overtaken by international telecommunications networks that today allow packets of data to span the globe in seconds this has helped open up global markets for goods and services to the extent that individual consumers can now purchase goods from the other side of the planet it at the Click of a button. This episode of the podcast examined the impact of digitization on trade in particular. We explore how digital technology is affecting the way goods shipped around around the world. The physical process underpins the global digital economy. We also examined the impact of e commerce on global trade and the role of digitization in the growth of trade services this month. I'm joined by Martin Home Global Head of supply chain management in ECOMMERCE logistics shipping giant Merck by Jenna Brown CEO and CO founder under a supply chain data management start up ship Max by my colleague Christopher Clegg managing editor at global editorial lead for trade and globalization. I started by asking marted. What is what is the current state of digitisation in the shipping industry. I think it's fair to say that the state of digitalization the shipping industries is really is still quite low. It's not on common that the cost of processing the paperwork is higher than the cost of actually moving goods across the world at least that's that's the that's the situation the container shipping space just to give an example in connection with US designing the the trade lanes platform color years ago we gathered all data such documents emails phone calls milestone data etcetera for for a number of shipments and and one of these shipments search was quite typical shipman contain of Avocados from Kenya to the Netherlands required more than two hundred physical documents so so quite a lot of of work on that site having said this. It's also clear that did slice Asian is now taking pace there's very high amount of venture capital missile coming in similize ahead of digitalization of for instance the travel industry and other industries and there's also a lot of initiatives by the incumbents real real time rates now available instant booking confirmations thereby leading playoffs and there's a lot of work on on optimization of operations also using shing a digital tool so it's warhead if it's not been as fast as you might have expected. Why why do you think that is I think it's a learning curve and this industry is has a lot of Sullivan heavy investments traditionally in in and ships and containers and pulse and trucks and so on and and the whole digital side has just not been coming along fast enough AH Essex on Baloney this year I an association was established for actually agreeing on a data standards in the industry and it's also stuff like that that that's been missing that even if you invest you don't know what the standards are going to be. Everybody's waiting for Jolo discussing the standards and and and we haven't been moving ahead as fast as yes we probably could have four or would have expected okay so so jenny. You have a slightly different voltage point. Is that as a starting startup helping shipping companies with their documents. How would you characterize the state digitization. Would you reflect Martin's comments to you the different view yeah. I think in part I think he can break it down a bit more say. I guess we're looking at the kind of communication aspect. I think there's a lot of progress been made in Let's say transactional elements logistics so for example if he want to book a container with a major shipping line there are companies like intra and all at the other end of the spectrum if go and customers the king containers with folders so flexible twelve colnago. DB Schenker Ohio I've invested law in platforms to make that smoother but do you agree with Maltese. Not the biggest pau kind of up for grabs right now which arguably is the highest volume is those operational communications so everything involved in getting something from eight to be and this is where anecdotally when we speak to customers US freight forwarders Mesa them have tried something like using an old edi technology but it's not worked very well because there are no data each stop us so what tends to happen is it tends to end up being a very manual process with emails flying around with with documents attached and I I think that's where Phil's still a little bit stuck in the past right and Jenner your your company in fact shipper Baxter's helped companies with extracting data from from the shipping documents so so so what was the opportunity that you saw what was told you that a new way was possible and how open and receptive have you found organizations to an alternative approach. 'em Yes I mean we actually started out in in the bulk shipping sector we had developed a technology technology stocks and data and structured as from from email communications and we had kind of turned to the A freight forwarding and industry as an additional market and yeah I think we found it's been incredibly receptive because again most of the problems people have is just kind of locked of data standards on there is no way of transmitting information mation from from player wound to play a twenty five so if you can build a technology talk of the infrastructure that already exists an then and just kind of plug and play and feedback into internal systems. What's very well. Why did you think because you both mentioned the issue with standard. Why do you think there haven't been standards in so many other domains. Obviously this is a challenge for all industries to find ways to share information in standard ways but progresses be made so the reason this sector has been so far failed to establish standards. Is it for lack of effort or or too many effort. I honestly don't think it's possible because I think you look at any industry. Where the already strong data standards it is. It is a more transactional well transaction when you're looking at operational logistics. It's a messy process and you've got an industry that is wildly fragmented so you want to take an extremely messy process of wildly fragmented industry industry. We've together by humans and put into one standard. It's it. That's a very daunting task so Martin is possibly the best known shipping company in the world. What impact has digitization had on the company and how have you adapted acted as a result I think at merced purposes we all purpose as facilitating global trade believing that that trading with these other really really generates additional value and prosperity and opportunity fold so of course seeing that actually processing older the the documents and the paperwork work is is more expensive now than shipping the cargo around the world. is something that we feel. we do something about and we actually feel that there's a huge shut which unity for false company so over the last few years we really been been ramping up to take a leading role in this sure and and also to try and get as many of the other players in the in the industry to come along exactly where the data's. Dan Nuts and maybe just back to that point. I think one of the reasons is that there's a truly global industry and every transaction has lots of parties across multiple sectors and multiple countries and that's where it gets really messy and difficult to agree on on the standards and but as I said I think it's a huge opportunity. I think you can look at it. Maybe in two tracts there's one which is the the product innovation and customer experience side a cobbler the things we've done there is the the the trade lynch plaque platform that really uses blockchain to significantly -nificant improve the the information flow and reduce the cost among the many players and of course increased the the validity of the documents when Sunday information that is shared and all the examples is captioned peed on an APP. We have launched to our customers shipping refrigerated cargo actually they can sit at home home and follow the the data the timber chore the Humidity And so on of of airflow inside the container and then they can change the settings they they can change the temperature or they can change the flow more nitrogen. All you know whatever they would like to see inside the container they can change that on the APP and and actually a moments later through I o t that's those settings are changed on the container even the middle of the ocean so so those are Cobb love love of USA stories of course the other tracks and the operational efficiency that we also talked about before and maybe a couple of examples there we're using weather data data now to optimize the routing of all our ships we already more than seven hundred ships. and we always have ships that a little bit ahead of each other behind each other. We're using data from our own ships and also buying whether data from those two then optimized the routing of the ships that following and therefore of course reducing using the the fuel that we use and an increased the likelihood that we arrive on time and time at the next port and more simple example blitzer is a small law APP that we call pitched up which is really to coordinate the porch space and all the activities that need to happen within that Porch Day so so these are some of the examples that that are already in motion but but there's a huge opportunity we are not very fond this journey and there's lots and lots of of of additional opportunities both on the product innovation and costumer experience. I had an on the operational efficiency side and in order to to introduce these these kinds of digital innovations what what organizational changes have you had to undergo did musk. Let's say five ten years ago half the digital capabilities to develop these and it was just a matter of getting through the work or if you had to change the at least to some degree the nature of the company and who you hire and how you operate yeah we've definitely had to mate Changes Pete so want the laws that that we had to start hiring data scientists and digital capabilities that we simply didn't happen and truth be told the beginning was difficult to attract people with these skill sets into a relatively the seen as a conservative and rosty industry and now that we have attracted a number of them into Murska they actually find this incredibly exciting the whole opportunity of digitalising trade and and and really helping to to grow the global economy on is very exciting and actually the digital. It'll challenges and opportunities are also very big. Huge data sets lots of opportunity we have as laid us in all our latest quarterly announcements. The stock market again reiterated that we are still hiring additional. It people and specifically data scientists NPR NPR's with with digital capabilities and an older. We're looking for several thousand additional. It people to really help us on this journey going forward.

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Lisa's Secret Recipe Hacks

Hungry Girl: Chew The Right Thing!

07:56 min | 3 years ago

Lisa's Secret Recipe Hacks

"How are you good. I think we're jet lag doug. We're good you back and better than ever. very excited. You know everyone always says you should start your podcast by telling people to subscribe which we never do. Should we tell people I mean but come back after you subscribe subscribe to the podcast yeah right but I don't want them to get so excited that they abandoned the podcast. Go Oh L. Forget about the podcast people listening now or they're probably already subscribed but if you're not subscribed you should subscribe and you should review us and tell us that you you enjoy the podcast. That's how I'm starting that you don't we can take it. Yeah you see we are with. We're thick-skinned. I like to think that there's people driving with a friend in the passenger seat listening to this podcast with the very first time and then that's the one we're going to get your fantasizing about that and the friend is now signing them both up on their phone okay. This is great. okay excited. What about today's episode. I feel a little weird because it's it's called the leases secret recipe acts so it's my secret recipe hacks to no idea what we're in for uh-huh none top secret top secret but you are going to get a glimpse into a Pantry my brain and my life and how I eat every single L. dangle from ready for this. I am I am ready. You guys see me every day. So it's old hat I mean I I eat similar thing now. There's definitely I I have some idea of what's on deck and their things I had not known about that. You didn't know about me not at secrets. I'm shocked what you put in your blender. I you know I really want Uh. I think this is going to be a really exciting episode because this truly is a glimpse into I by like mad scientist work in the kitchen and things that I've been up to more more lately so I think it's cool and I hope that people are writing this down. So if you're somewhere where you can have a pen and a paper and not look like a Weirdo on a treadmill with a pet newspaper something you you should write it down if not just played over and over again or check out our show page at hungry dash girl dot com slash podcast. Yep and make sure you're signed up for those daily emails for the latest secret hacks to come out of Lisa's brain true true okay so before we get into the hacks. What are we starting with. Okay remember Archie mcphee. The pickled Candy Canes Yeah. Rt that's a website that has all weird great amazing stuff yeah yeah so last last year. They had pickle flavored. Candy Canes will now this year. Are you ready for the newest version. I can eat a drum roll. Kale Candy Canes Yeah Kale Flavored Candy Canes. I'm not sure if that's going to be a winner like the the pickle or pickled ones who are actually. I never the bigger ones where they're good. I don't know joy remember I probably did. I thought I saw them your last year. I've probably had for show but I'm sure I tasted them. Yeah I like pickle flavored stuff even if it's sweet but the sale will be fail fail. Kale flavored cal. I know who does know if they can't believe for Kale. Kale tastes good because you do stuff well. They also are going to come out with ham flavored and pizza-flavored so if you don't like the Kale I'm I would imagine ham or pizza that might be pretty tasty and willing to it on our food cast page If you WANNA go buy a box I will try all of those and I feel sure they're all going to be pretty gross. I want like cheesecake and Peach Cobbler like that's what I want. My Candy Canes Tasteless. I feel like this all stemmed from those Jones Soda Oda Holiday Sodas that tasted like stuffing and gravy and Thanksgiving. Whatever it's a gimmick I'll buy little I mean it's a choir taste but that cell array soda that Old Delhi Soda Celebrates your grandparents favorite yeah it tastes like celery but sweet celery and it tastes good so love that maybe the okay we'll be the same thing just Kale. You know what that's a good point. Mike we will give it a try. It will be gross won't tell us uh-huh okay. Are we ready to start the hacks all right so my first hack and it's a little recipe. It's something that I created. Maybe two weeks ago and I want you guys to try it. This is what I have called. I have named this a cereal milk law and I only came up with the name after I tasted it. and I thought wow this taste like cereal milk. Now I believe once I was like I'm so smart I created this thing and then I googled and cereal milk lot days exist but that's actually made made with milk from serial. This is not it just tastes like it so it's a time saver because you don't actually have to like put your cereal bowl of milk and exactly and no serious harmed armed or used for that or abused or anything so here's here are the things that I use and I'm going to rattle some stuff off that also could be used in other ways so like you should hear it ingredient and say oh. I know how I'M GONNA use that in the future so first thing I use I start with an instant vanilla coffee. Very a rare can't even find it these days. I buy it on Amazon Nurse Cafe. Look at this and says Frenchman and it's an other languages too so maybe this is not even even like an American pride and even know you could get flavored instant well you can and it's key for this so I mean if you don't have flavored instant vanilla. You can use the instant instant coffee of your choice starbucks. V. is good or whatever instant coffee like I recommend the next cafe French Vanilla that they sell on Amazon and Jamie. We're GONNA link. I right yeah heck. Ask because I'm going to be the first one all right so I use that. I use a teaspoon of that and then I add to that all right. This is an ingredient that I'm gonNA hate emails from this. I don't know but I use this to me. This is a secret weapon that I use it a lot of things. Is it natural no is is it healthy no but a little goes a long way and it will change your life enter coffeemate French vanilla sugar free powder Lula. Ah How retro totally Retro Okay Wait. I'm going to grab this and I'm going to read about it grew so here's the thing some people say oh. I keep the the liquid coffee. May It's not the same and I'm going to tell you why the liquid coffee mate to get the bang you need you get out of one tiny teaspoon of this. You need several tablespoons. You end up using fifty to one hundred calories worth of liquid for what you would get for about ten calories worth of the powder so that's a little known secret that people don't know so. This powder has thirty thirty calories a tablespoon. I never ever ever use a whole tablespoon. I use a teaspoon so potent ten calories delicious smelled us it smells like like ready whipped lipped and Bonilla heaven and even though there are some chemicals in us the tiniest so whenever I use this by away in anything and I'll use it in oatmeal use it in everything but I dissolve it in warm water. It gets clumpy if you don't do that so so I add this to the coffee coffee then I add. Here's another weird thing. You're going to be like what the heck are you talking about malted milk powder. We have in that's retro. Is it here okay. It's carnation and I don't know if we have it with us. Carnation malted milk powder and you're probably thinking my supermarket doesn't have it every supermarket. Has it again a serving of it. I think is three tablespoons for ninety calories. Well I use one. I use two teaspoons of it okay so I used to teaspoons of the Frenchman. Oh coffee made powder two teaspoons of the malted milk powder one teaspoon of the coffee. I add a little bit of cinnamon like an eighth of a teaspoon or something thing sometimes you could add a tiny bit of trivia if he wanted super sweet you don't need to but you dissolve that in a couple of like a quarter cup of hot water and you make sure it's dissolved then you

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Bernie Sanders' 2020 campaign raises $4 million in half a day

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Bernie Sanders' 2020 campaign raises $4 million in half a day

"Independent Senator Bernie Sanders meeting other democratic presidential candidates and fundraising just hours after he announces the Vermont senators campaign says it's raised more than three point three million from one hundred twenty thousand donors since Sanders announced his campaign yesterday morning, that's more than double the amount raised by the previous top fundraiser, California. Senator cobbler Harris.

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Ex-Steelers OC Bruce Arians says Antonio Brown isn't same player Pittsburgh drafted

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Ex-Steelers OC Bruce Arians says Antonio Brown isn't same player Pittsburgh drafted

"Of Antonio Brown. And he was the offense coordinator at one point in time before leaving Pittsburgh. And then joining the staff of Chuck Pagano in Indianapolis, and then becoming the colts interim coach as he battled cancer Picado dead and successfully thanked out and it became the Arizona Cardinals head coach. And now as the town. Tampa Bay Buccaneers head coach. And that is Bruce Arians who said that he would not be interested in in Antonio Brown that he's too much of a diva. Antonio Brown is is not the same player. That the Pittsburgh Steelers drafted not physically we're talking about. Now. We're talking about everything else that comes along with Antonio Brown. Besides his ability to help you out and special teams and catch the football as an NFL wide receiver. Yeah. You know, Arians, basically said he's heard a lot of stories about as recent how he is speaking of Antonio Brown. And he said he plays as hot as anybody on Sunday. He practice really hard to. But you know, he's he's basically said as a paraphrasing. He's got him. He totally Brown's gotta make better decisions off the field as far as his punctuality and stuff like being being on time and whatnot. That's we said, so it's pretty interesting new head coach, you know, you've been in the broadcast booth for a year your new head coach of the box. This guy's a Steeler kinda. And I honestly coached them. It's you know, it's interesting to hear him say that about him. So it doesn't sound like Brown be going to Tampa Bay anytime soon. No. It doesn't sound like that. And that's the concern. I mean, you know, you can listen to every former NFL player, whether it be Jerry Rice and others say that he wants to be a San Francisco forty nine or that's great. I may it's great. And I do we both are in agreement TASR that Antonio Brown's gonna get traded this off season by the Pittsburgh Steelers. OB fascinating the team that he does go to am. I telling you that he's a losing player. Antonio Brown can help you in football games. But I will say that there's a lot of headaches now Brown and distractions. Yeah. Great point that Antonio Brown brings to the table that I don't know if there's a lot of NFL head coaches that are going to go out and look to embrace it. I really do. And that's the issue. I have with Brown is I don't want to deal with the nonsense. I really don't as Aaron said, you know, there's the little things that he doesn't do shop to shop to practice on time show up to meetings on time. You know, you're asked to run a hot return a walk-through run the run the hot read. What are you? What are you doing here? I mean, come on. Exactly nervous. I understand what you thought. I was going. I remember where it was funny. I mean, honestly, I it's not that difficult to it's not that difficult for Antonio Brown to handle his responsibilities. Yeah. I completely agree. I've never heard that before I was refunded. Agree with you to moves by. Yeah. Yeah. It was great. Yeah. Man. You know, I think you're going to get some coaches that are that will some teams that will wanna take that chance because how talented these days. We've all in all careers separately. You and I coming up in in all world separately. Right. I'll separate worlds. I'm sure you've come across the state me. All you've heard of guys that you may be going to do business. What guys or girls that you're going to do business? What that you've heard a lot of negativity about. And what's the first thing you said yourself? Well, I okay. This person's talented. I'm going to judge them for once. I get to know them. You give them that. You know what? I mean. I, you know, my wife always taught my son that you might hear things about someone judge them. I from how you judge them. Okay. Take defamation here. But a lot of times it could be hearsay on the advice. It is with this guy here. It's been a like him himself. He's combustible. He's tweeting stuff. Meaning it's Brown. He's been doing a lot of stuff. He's creating he's adding a ton of gasoline to these little fires that war with the Steelers in Hammond Tomlin. So if you're another coach, my point is that I do think some of the coaches or a coach will say, okay. This guy's really talented. He's a superstar. He's going to put as we going to put people to seats in the building. Okay. And and these stadiums role big he's a draw. He's going to draw people. He's a star. I so we've heard all this bad stuff about them. Just like Erin said, I've heard the stories a younger coach hypothetically might say. Well, I wanna to take that chance. I've heard the stories too. But I'm going to judge Antonio foot for what what I see we're going to take a chance on him. And that's what then you gotta hope for the best because he's gonna end up somewhere. Most you know, he's just too damn. And that's a fair way to fair way to look at it by also think that if you're having issues with a player friendly coach, Mike Tomlin, see, I I think there are guys that can't work and play for Bill Belichick. I think there are guys that can't work and play for other disciplinarians like a go back a couple years go back years ago. Bill Parcells right there. There are guys it just it just doesn't work. Now, if you can't play for a guy like Mike Tomlin, who's bent over backwards to placate you over the course of your career as you've changed with the success as your personality is changed with the money. All of that is well deserved because it's earned. I'm not talking about his personality all the money that comes his way. Tasr? I also have to look at that. Same of you have issues with Mike Tomlin, what the hell are you gonna do here? Yeah. Yeah. I mean, Mike cobblers a really is he's apprentice coach player friendly code. But there will he will be playing in the National Football League next year, you'll be making seventeen eighteen million dollars a year. God bless, but there's there's a lot. There are other guys as Bruce Arians said, I think there are a number coaches to say, I don't want daddy. Deal with that. I don't want that toxic person in your locker room. That's what you don't want. You know, you don't want that. Like, I'm a bills fan as you guys know, and I I love all young quarterback. And if we gotta Antonio Brown. I think that'd be amazing. Be awesome. But I would worry that he would like inadvertently mess. What the Josh out? I would worry about that. And I think that's a fair fair concern. But I think that a lot is coaches will judge him. For what they think and and meet with him Suez heads out, and let's just I just play a little bit on Antonio Brown side. He's been with the same organization right out of college. Right. So seven eight years, whatever it is sometimes difficult to paint. Sometimes you you'll be in better behavior. When rental the people a change of change of environment sometimes could help, and maybe that's what he needs, and maybe things will change. And may maybe

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