35 Burst results for "Cook"
The Bahamas Regulator Justifies Move to Cease Local FTX Clients' Assets
"5 a.m. Thursday, November 24th, 2022. The Bahamas regulator justifies moved to cease local FTX clients assets. LTP GT the securities commission of The Bahamas on Wednesday released a statement justifying its move to cease the customer assets of the local Tahrir dot finance magnates dot com tag target quad blanquet F diesel tag density. FTX digital markets LTD FDM. It came after several questions were raised against the action of the bahamian regulator Donald cloaked quite it is unfortunate that in chapter 11 filings, the new CEO of FTX trading limited misrepresented this timely action through the intemperate and inaccurate allegations lodged in the transfer motion, quote the regulator stated dot clipped quad is also concerning that the chapter 11 debtors chose to rely on the statements of individuals they have in other filings characterized as unreliable sources of. Information and potentially apo seriously compromise depots qualified The Bahamas financial market watchdog gained a court order on November 12th to make the collapsed cryptocurrency exchange the dot finance magnates dot com cryptocurrency Bahamas regulators to transfer cryptos to government while it's quote target quote Blanco transfer local customer sapo's digital assets. To government controlled wallets will tag for a Pacific keeping a pose dobble cooked quite given the nature of digital assets and the. Risks associated with hacking and compromise, the commission determined that placing FDM into liquidation was not sufficient to protect the customers and creditors of FDM, quote the regulator added LTP GTL TPG GT further. The cyberattack on FTX, resulting in the theft of at least 1 billion in cryptocurrencies, justified the regulators moved LTP GTL tp GT the column cell TX, valued at 34 billion in the last funding round, collapsed earlier this month. Several misdeeds of its founder and the former CEO, Sam bankman fried surfaced over the weeks he reportedly used client deposits. He created a complex loan structure with sister entities backed by the native exchange token, FTT LTP GT LTP GTF tx dot com, FTX U.S., Alameda research in over 130 other affiliates filed for chapter 11 bankruptcy proceedings in Delaware. In addition, the bahamian entity dot finance magnates dot com cryptocurrency files for bankruptcy ascio bankman for Dresden's quote target quote blank hot filed for bankruptcy tagged, but chapter 15 protection in a New York court. The liquidators of FTX have now agreed to move the proceedings of FT past Bahamas entity to Delaware Donald cooked quite the commission will continue to evaluate the situation, continue to act in accordance with directions issued by the Supreme Court of The Bahamas, collaborate with other supervisory authorities, and take such further actions as needed to preserve the assets of FDM and to safeguard the interests of customers and creditors of FDM, quote the securities commission of The Bahamas. Added quite an addition, the commission will continue to investigate the facts and circumstances regarding 50s past liquidity crisis and any potential violations of bahamian law and hold any responsible companies and individuals accountable. In cooperation with other regulatory agencies and law enforcement both in The Bahamas and in other affected countries in connection with their own investigations on top of that, the scale and impact of the collapse of FTX prompted. Other global regulators to clarify their situation. The monetary authority of Singapore recently clarified that la reco dot finance magnates dot com cryptocurrency Singapore's masks not less sensitive protection off local as their simpo sub quat target quack Blanco FTX is not regulated under its jurisdictional tagged, and thus the protection of its local clients is impossible LTP GT. This article was written by WWW dot finance magnates dot com.
A Prayer for Thanksgiving
"States celebrates this holiday of God's provisions. Many of us will be cooking casseroles watching the Macy's parade, playing football in the backyard, and visiting with loved ones. This is not just a gathering. This is an opportunity to live out, giving thanks in all circumstances. This is not just God's will for one day a year. But for every day of our lives, as we pray for Thanksgiving May it remind us to be thankful always. Let's pray. Dear lord, thank you for holidays. Thank you for times when we gather with loved ones and celebrate all of your blessings. We pray that this Thanksgiving is a time of great gratitude and love for those around us. Whether relationships are strong or rocky. We are grateful for the opportunity to invest in them and nurture them. Thank you for the witnessing opportunities many of us will have with family or friends. Help us not to live in a spirit of fear, but of power and confidence in you. May our words of the gospel be pleasing like honey to them. Would you open their eyes to see the truth and that it will set them free?
There's Things That We Have to Be Thankful For...
"There's things that we have to be thankful for. Do not forget to count your blessings. Don't let stress in the perception of depression to make you forget all of the wonderful things that God has done in your life, all of your great accomplishments, you've got to look at the good with the bad. But be thankful. This is your opportunity to be thankful. And I just want to give some context to Thanksgiving. I know a lot of people may not understand the true history of it. People may only think that Thanksgiving is about neck bones, collard greens, chitlins, at least that's what I remember Thanksgiving to be. However, my wife refused to cook me chitlins. But I understand they smell like crap. So she don't want to cook them. But anybody out there that know how good chitlins is when you put some hot sauce on it, especially y'all people from the south, you know what I'm talking about. I'll miss those chipmunk. But let me just read this to you. And I think this is very well laid out. My producer sent it to me and I think that it was pretty good. It says, let us let all give thanks to what we are thankful for. In autumn of 1621, Plymouth colony governor William Bradford urged his brethren to observe a Thanksgiving Day observations observance, I'm sorry, for God's harvest, blessings with pilgrims and Native Americans who helped him. In 1777, after the Revolutionary War, victory over the British at the Sarah Saratoga, the second Continental Congress declared that there should be a day of Thanksgiving.
Jack Posobiec Describes the 'Saudi Shuffle'
"What's going on with Saudi Arabia? Outside of silly soccer stuff. Let's go on with the pump and dump. We call it the Saudi shuffle a massive pump and dump that took place yesterday. Single source reporting, similar to the international distribution James laporta, who was summarily fired from Associated Press. I don't know why they were dumpster diving into the bargain bin of The Daily Beast of higher reporters. I hope they never do that again. After they had to fire him for lying about the Poland missile strike that turns out actually was a cream missile, not a Russian missile. It was a stray missile, by the way zelensky still yet to apologize for that, or at least offer condolences. But in Saudi Arabia, there was a single sourced anonymous report to The Wall Street Journal yesterday that said that Saudi Arabia would be ramping up oil production. Now, remember, this has been a huge strategic goal for the Biden administration to ramp up OPEC's oil production because they've put the lock and chain on all American domestic production. And so for a second there, it looked as though the oil would be flooding the pumps would be going from Saudi Arabia and all because the Biden administration had given immunity to MBS himself The Crown prince essentially the ruler of Saudi Arabia in these lawsuits regarding the death of Khashoggi. This guy Khashoggi was in a very shady, very sinister character, wrote for The Washington Post, so already someone that we should definitely have an asterisk next to. But again, you tied to some very, very bad people in the Middle East. But here's what happened. The Saudis came out and completely denied the reports of the price of oil Charlie. For a couple hours there on the markets, the oil futures just spell. They were suddenly lying down. They said, oh, there's this huge deal because the Biden White House was taking incoming all day over this Khashoggi's widow comes out and is like, oh, how about you've killed him again? So she said, you've killed him again. Well, the dirty little secret is, it looks as though this entire thing was fake, and it was either cooked up by somebody on the street who had some nice puts maybe in the oil market and conducted a literal pump and dump with oil futures or or where they working potentially in conjunction with somebody in The White House. The Biden administration that was looking for a little bit of cover fire for the fact that they had given immunity to MBS and
How cooking food and gathering for feasts made us human
"If you're preparing a Thanksgiving feast this week you might be glad to know that the act of cooking makes you part of a long line in human history A recent study finds a discovery in Israel of what appears to be some roasted fish specifically carp helps date the discovery of fire for food to at least 780,000 years back And some scientists estimate our early human cousins may have been using fire to cook their food almost 2 million years ago Anthropologists say discovering the cooking of food was a big change helping to fuel our evolution and giving humans bigger brains Down the line cooking became the centerpiece of feasting rituals that brought communities together The new studies published in the journal nature ecology and evolution I'm Jackie Quinn
Cold and dark: Kyiv readies for 'worst winter of our lives'
"Officials say Ukraine's Kyiv is readying for the worst winter of citizens lives When the powers out as it so often is the high rise apartments in Ukraine's war torn capital feel like death traps no lights no water no way to cook food and no elevator by which to escape from the 21st floor should a Russian missile strike President Anastasia Peru zenko tells the AP Russian strikes are plunging the country into the Stone Age military living conditions have driven her and her husband from their apartment for situation in Ukraine's capital and other major cities has deteriorated drastically following the largest missile attack yet on the country's power grid last week I'm Charles De Ledesma
Koo's late 53-yard FG lifts Falcons past Fields, Bears 27-24
"Yahoo cook kicked a 53 yard field goal with one 47 remaining to give the Atlanta Falcons a 27 24 win over the Chicago Bears Who also had a 40 yarder but it was a 103 yard kick-off return by a quarter L Patterson and a passing of Marcus Mariota that gave Atlanta the victory You got to give a lot of credit to our guys up front I mean really they dominated and to be able to do that And to be able to be balanced like that makes us tough to stop Mariana passed for a 131 yards The bears Justin Fields pass for one 53 but also re injured his left shoulder on the final drive of the game Gary McKinley Atlanta
Gerrymandering Committee Proved Ineffective for Republicans
"I learned that the Republicans put a committee together To look at gerrymandering in the states and who among others was on this committee This guy seems to be behind everything and is a serial loser For us conservatives in the Republican Party Who was behind this too Cut 7 go They've vaccinated A senior editor at the nonpartisan cook political report said that New York's proposed map was such an effective gerrymander that it only wasted democratic votes in a few isolated places Even then we're stopped there for a second So it judges looked at this and told New York to fix it they really wouldn't and so they throw it out So it turns out New York turned out well But the rest of the country other than Florida in New York turned out very poorly for the Republicans Very poorly Go ahead It's a brutal map for Republicans Our guys just don't get it And I don't know about you but I felt relieved I thought were Lee when I saw Karl rove I think it was one of the Sunday shows where it's not mine I don't really remember it It was on one of the Sunday shows Because we all know Carl rove is the architect It was the architect of the 2006 Senate blowout by the Democrats And the great victory By George W. Bush in 2000 Which was ultimately decided via the Electoral College Nonetheless he's apparently on some committee that is helping to fight on the gerrymandering issue mister Purdue so that scares the crap out of me
Jeff Cook, Alabama Co-Founder and Guitarist, Dead at 73
"Guitarist Jeff cook of the country band Alabama has died after a battle with Parkinson's disease at his home in Destin Florida according to a band representative He was 73 I'm Archie's are a letter with a look at his career Jeff cook joined his cousin's Randy Owen and teddy gentry to form a band when they were still in high school in the state of Alabama with drummer Mark herndon they became the top country band ever Alabama's hits included feel so right love in the first degree mountain music and dozens of others They won piles of awards toured the world and in spite of all that success cook said in a 1996 AP interview there was one aspect of the business he hated I hate the video Well
Eric Tells Us About His Recent Trip to Lynchburg, Virginia
"I was in Lynchburg, Virginia. At Liberty University, for an amazing event, Ryan helfenbein, Ryan is amazing. And he heads up the faith and freedom center at liberty. Ryan put together this conference, Sean Foyt was there, Liz Wheeler was there, Megan basham, my hero, Megan bed she's amazing. We spend time with her. Ralph Reed was, I mean, all these friends and it was amazing and lieutenant governor mark, was it Robinson, North Carolina, who's just a fighter. It was the whole thing was incredible. But I had to leave the next day because now this is the thing. I knew I was going to be in Pittsburgh because I spoke yesterday three times at grace life church pastor pastures book and Amy schaeffer invited me to speak here in Pittsburg because I was in Harrisburg. We met whatever ten days ago when I was in Harrisburg, Pennsylvania. So they invited me to be here. And then I get a phone call from you, Alvin seda, telling me, hey Eric, Saturday, which was two days ago, when you're going to be in Pittsburgh, guess what's happening in that neck of the Woods. And I said, what's happening, Alban? I've been telling the people what was happening. Well, Doug mass gianno Emmett Oz and president Donald Trump were campaigning and they had a big rally in latrobe PA. Right. So we cooked up a scheme where your identical twin brother, who I believe also had a birthday two days ago. That's right. What a coincidence. That's amazing. He picked me up from the airport. And he looked so much like you that it's kind of disturbing. It's kind of like wait a minute. You're Alvin. No, you're not Alvin. Yes, you're out, but no, you're not Alvin. Who are you?
Vikings come back to beat Commanders for 6th consecutive win
"Greg Joseph hit a 28 yard field goal with 12 seconds remaining giving the Vikings their 6th straight win at 2017 come back over the commanders Minnesota trail by 7 until Harrison Smith picked off a pass midway through the fourth quarter setting up Kirk Cousins 12 yard scoring throw to Dalvin cook But often scored a couple plays later down the mid break catch Kirk O made a great door Cousins was 22 of 40 for 265 yards and two touchdowns Justin Jefferson finished with 7 catches for 115 yards and a TD for the 7 O one Vikings I'm Dave fairy
Meet Anthony D'Esposito, Candidate for US Representative
"I'm a mutual friend one of my Friends reached out My buddy Brian he's like hey man you got to have this guy on He's making a real play out here on Long Island for the seat that the Democrats shockingly have gotten their mitts on Nassau county and Suffolk county Long Island which are like the suburbs of New York City folks for those other listeners around the country That's traditionally was a Republican area when I grew up and then the Democrats got their mitts on it but I'm hearing some things out there that you've got the Democrats really freaked out They dumped them on a bunch of money to the seat to save it Yeah well the mets are coming off The other day Nancy Pelosi's fund her pack I think put about $1.4 million in my opponent Now this is a seat that's been held in Democrat hands for 25 years and prior to the redistricting It's a district that Biden won with double digits So cook political report and Fox News both shifted the race yesterday to a toss up I ran in this in part to this district for three times now I ran in 1617 and 21 And I am confident that on Tuesday night we are going to flip this seat from blue to red
Julie Powell, author of "Julie & Julia," dies at 49
"Food writer Julie Powell who was one of the subjects of the 2009 film Julie and Julia has died of cardiac arrest at her home in upstate New York according to her editor Powell was 49 I'm Archie's are a letter with the latest Julie Powell blogged for a year about making every recipe in Julia Child's book mastering the art of French cooking She wrote a book about it which led to the film version with Amy Adams playing Powell in Meryl Streep as child Powell told reporters in 2009 she left a stick of butter under child's portrait at the Smithsonian in Washington and
The Big Lie That Was Sacheen Littlefeather at the 1973 Oscars
"I didn't really heard too much about sashi little feather for years after that. But now her sister is really doubling down and exposing her sister her older sister for the bald liar she was and would go on to become and I'll tell you that story a couple of seconds. So rosalyn Cruz has been on a campaign since her sister passed away recently from breast cancer because it turns out such gene little feather was just an alter ego. Rosalyn was 15 years old at the time and couldn't believe what she saw on a TV set, just like we couldn't. She gawked and disbelief from their grandparents home in a very rural plot of California called Salinas. As this sasheen little feather, who she knew to be her 26 year old sibling, Marie Louise Cruz, perform what would become the most pivotal 75 seconds of her entire acting career. And now it's been a few weeks since the woman known as sasheen died a lot of better identity, and she died from breast cancer, not too long ago, a younger sister is just blowing the whistle on all her bullshit. And there are some really weird stories on who this woman really was and where she came from. So Rosalind couldn't wait to uncover all this stuff. And she went on a bit of a tear calling reporters and making the scene a different functions, what have you, and she felt the time is right now that her sister's dead, to really tell people the truth and who's sajin little federal really was. Because basically, she said that that whole stunt mortified her family. Because before a system of re left for the Academy Awards that night, she told the whole family, just watched the show. I can't tell you anything more, but just watch. And, you know, a few years earlier, the sister had started her acting career at the American conservatory theater in San Francisco, but still couldn't make a name for herself in Hollywood. So she cooked up something really crazy. So when they saw Marie identify herself as Apache, their grandparents, everybody's blown away. They'll never forget how they just stand at each other. Absolutely dumbstruck. And that moment marked the first time that her eldest sister claimed she was part of a tribe.
Vikings hang on for 5th straight win, top Cardinals 34-26
"Dalvin cook rushed for a season high 111 yards and a touchdown in the Vikings 5th straight win 31 26 versus the Cardinals Kirk Cousins threw for two TDs and ran for another as the 6 and one vik stayed unbeaten at home Zidar Smith had three sacks to help Minnesota's defense hang on against Kyler Murray who passed for 326 yards and a season high three touchdowns But Murray also had a pair of critical second half interceptions leading to Arizona's 5th loss in 8 games Deandre Hopkins had 12 receptions for 159 yards in his second game back from his suspension I'm Dave fairy
Joe Biden's Thoughts on the Republican Party
"We've got Joe Biden Joe Biden is reminiscing again But this time with the God by the name of Jonathan capehart It was a left wing cook on MS LSD yesterday Sunday Cut 6 go My question to you though mister president is can our democracy survive when the Republican Party is it only cares about power Wow what a reporter Jonathan capehart you're great You're exactly where you belong on MSL SD That's where all the low lights go And we've got this Republican Party mister president It only cares about power How sick Go ahead I think that if we allow the Republican Party to continue to metastasize into whether minority of the report that report as a whole is look I think right there what did that mean mister I don't even know what that means Neither does he But he got a big word in there without screwing it up Go ahead Mainstream conservative Republicans running Out there is because they are so concerned about not only their physical well-being but also the notion that how can they win when a minority of Republicans are showing up to vote and they're really hard edged Look I don't agree with any thing that lets Cheney believes about the substantive issues But I admire the hell out of her Of course you do Because she is a I have a new word for the Liz Cheney types mister producer You ready The hemorrhoids of the Republican Party She's a
'The Rock' Makes Studio Heads a Lot of Money
"His eye up in the air. His eyebrow up in here, I should say and say, do you smell what AJ is cooking? I know it's corny, but that's what people did back then. It's just thinking about it makes me cringe, but we did it. Get The Rock. He's so popular. I know him in the minority. Because these films he makes make studios a lot of money. You know, people by houses on these films is a great example of this when Jerry Weintraub, one of the greatest guys you could ever meet, I mean, he's gone now. He's a great producer, a very good actor, too, not for nothing. Produced a Karate Kid, all the oceans, 11s movies. I mean, he's produced a ton of shit. But when he saw kids imitating Ralph Macchio doing that crane pose, he grabbed him and said, we're going to make a bunch of these movies, kid. And then years go by, Jerry's at the end of his life, and he sees Ralph at a restaurant. And he introduces Ralph to a bunch of his friends. He goes, this is Ralph Macchio. He bought me three houses. Yeah, because movies make a lot of money and studio heads make a fortune. So The Rock is making a fortune for studio heads, but it doesn't mean it's good cooking. I mean, rampage. The movie where he plays a scientist who must stop an albino ape that is exploded in size whose devouring Chicago, that made almost half a billion. In 2018, and then later that summer, he does skyscraper, he battles this burning luxury high rise. That made over 300 million, even Hercules as shitty as it was made 250 mil back in 2014. Who are these people rushing out to see these films? Actually, I did take the kids to see skyscraper, but we laughed through it because it was so fake. I also wanted to see Alexandra Daddario because I'd never seen her with that amazing rack she has in a movie before and it was on full display. So some of those millions are for her. But then somebody pointed out to me that, I don't know, NBC has a show and it's third season called young rock. I've never heard of this show. It's all about how little Dwayne Johnson grew up to become The Rock. What is this ever happened? Somebody still alive having their very own origin prequel series? I feel like someone's pulling a joke on me. Because whenever I see him in a movie, his acting is no different than when he was breaking a chair over the back of Triple H I mean, really. I've never seen him stretch himself beyond that. Any who? And I hate when people say any who, but that just did it. Leads me to a conversation or rather a question posed to me by a listener and a friend Adam marsh. Adam is a guy who love my writing. I hate saying love. He liked my writing a lot. He's younger than I am. I don't even know how old he is. He's probably 40 something. I'm 60. And he reached out to me. Back in the AOL days. You know, I'd love to meet with you and talk about writing and I'd love to get some, you know, you know, just tips or whatever the hell it was. He just wanted to know more about writing. It was like, I want to say like 1998, maybe, 99, whatever it was. So I met the kid at a place called Franks in Burbank, one of those places you walk into the daytime, people at the bar drinking, smoking cigarettes, and in the back, you can have a steak. Those places are gone. It was a very Tarantino like spot to make a movie, Frank's the all those places have gone in LA. It's a shame in New York too. You just, you got those people who just sit at the bar and God knows what they're thinking about, you know? The people you hoped when you were younger you'd never become. Like, what is he doing here at 1 o'clock in the afternoon having a double bourbon and smoking a cigarette? What the fuck went wrong with his life? But there we were and, you know, Adam and I struck up a friendship and we did some things together, he's actually a tremendous writer, wrote a couple of movies, not big movies, but movies, and, you know, we put together a graphic novel about my life that he thought would be great and he led the way because I don't know about graphic novels. He's more of a comic book guy, not a nerd at all. I mean, his father was a tough ass motherfucking hells angel, whatever. I mean, his father was a kick ass dude. You know, he saw his father beat dudes up in bars and shit. He comes from a tough background, but you know, comics were his thing. He knows about that, especially graphic novels. So he wanted to turn my life into a graphic novel. And we wrote this thing called sanctus CDs. Never went anywhere, but I was amazed at how good he was at it. And we're right now working on something together again, it's too early to talk about it, but hopefully with his ability and my ability, we can turn it into something. So he texts me, this is the guy I always tell you about, he'll always
John Durham Appears to Be the WORST Prosecutor in the USA
"John Durham appears to be the worst dumbest most ineffective prosecutor in the United States. I say appearance to be because this is a guy who doesn't seem to be able to win a case. He brought democratic cybersecurity lawyer Michael sussman up before a jury. And the charges were very narrow. He accused sussman of lying, not conspiring against Trump, not being part of a larger web or circuit with the Hillary Clinton campaign. It was a very narrow accusation against sussman. And the jury goes, nah, and they acquitted sussman. And you might think, well, okay, that's sometimes happens. Juries are juries. And so here comes John Durham, now accusing a former brookings institution fellow. This is Igor danchenko of several counts of lying to the FBI. Now the lies are clearly documented and there are several of them and clearly what's going on here is that this was all part of the fake operation of cooking up the Steele dossier. By the way, danchenko was one of supposedly Christopher Steele's sources. So you have you have a kind of network here of lies, the judge throws out one of the lying charges and keeps the others and those go before a jury and the jury goes no and acquits danchenko. Wow.
"cook" Discussed on The Ed Mylett Show
"To sitting right here, two hours ago, and said the key is curiosity. Oh, wow. So there's success leaves clues. By the way, I watched it over two. Now I have a show that's like that called change my own show, same thing I'd ask my home. Quick plug, where do I get to experience it? On nosy. Thank you. Speaking of incarnations of you and your intention. So you all know who Dane cook is. But you may not know how you know Dane cook. You were the first. Real pioneering on branding on social, on MySpace. Was that intentional and what would you say to someone who is social brand reliant right now? Any tips on building one and any warnings about doing one. I'll tell you the key because this is the king. The key here. The key then and the key now, even though yes, there's algorithms and there's maybe corporate entities and there's trends and there's a lot of malarkey. What worked for me 20 years ago and what I now like to say, it was TikTok one, which was my space, the first kind of real that and Facebook is as true today, even though there's a lot of noise and distraction. And what worked for me 20 years ago that didn't work for several other comedians and maybe some musician friends was they'd set up a page and they had cool stuff on it, but you have to have soul. Even in the digital realm, you got to have soul. You got to figure out how can I put some real heart and soul into this static page with some videos or some cool font or whatever, however your aesthetic, however you present, you can make it look fancy schmancy. But you got to put some truth in there. That's what resonates with people more than anything else. Even if it's absurd truth, even if it's like irreverent truth, if you're speaking your truth, you will find your polarizing. And that's good, because you'll have definitively person on one side saying, I love this. And then you will definitively have somebody on the other side that can't stop watching you because the truth is an aphrodisiac, and they want to come in and they want to point counterpoint with the people on that side. You want that. So if you don't have heart and soul in your space, then you're going to see the numbers languishing. You need that. Okay. Is there a danger in it? In other words, was there a part of you that goes younger than I did it? I mean, you probably would not. The danger is derivative, meaning, meaning don't be derivative when you're going to see something that works once. Unless you're in the business of making one Red Hat with one green feather. And that's all you make, and that's the aesthetic then you're going to pigeonhole yourself quick.
"cook" Discussed on The Hockey PDOcast
"And yeah, as you mentioned, he's not only a guy that can be a goalie from distance, but he can beat a goalie from distance through to defender. He doesn't have to get around that last man to create a good chance for himself. Okay, so give me your last your last player here that's one of cam's guys. We're going to leave the highway from Vancouver. You take highway 99. All right. Down to the interstate 5, okay? And we're going to talk about Matty veneers. I can see how cracking. So you have a few notes about the crack in here. Their goaltending was a big issue last year. Yeah. It was the biggest issue. But they weren't a great offensive team either. You have them at 20th and scoring. 20 8th in goal is 27 to chewing percentage out. So they've upgraded a little bit based on where they were at last trade deadline. They've added veneers who came up from college, they added all of your experience via trade that Andre Barack. Signing. And like we mentioned with Andre palat and the Devils inspired signing. I think that those are very inspired choices. I think that that makes the crack in a lot more diversified in their attack as well. What I love about veneers is his release is outstanding. He was, he scored 20 goals in the NCAA last year. He was third among junior age players. But just the type of goal that went in, he's not, he's not getting in close and whacking at it. He's beating goalies from clean from distance. His the puck jumps off his stick, so fast. And we saw it in the preseason as well. Over the couple, when he hammers the puck, it's an NHL level shot. Absolutely. Yeah. So yeah, he was doing at the end of the last season. He scored three goals and I think it was 7 or 8 games. And he worked, it worked really well. They were on a power. He was on a power play with Jared McCann. And they were just playing off each other McCann being able to take the shots on the left side and veneers on the right. And they haven't been doing that in the preseason. I think they will eventually go back to it. But veneers is playing with McCann at 5 on 5 in the preseason. They're also both berkowski. And I think bear kosky like palat is one of those guys that can dig for pucks.
"cook" Discussed on The Hockey PDOcast
"Skin and from the Dallas stars. And Dallas was a very difficult team to watch last season. They have made a coaching change. And I'm hoping I'm hoping beyond hope that they open it up a little bit more. We need to let mural cook. And unironically. Unlike when we say we need to let Ross cook, and then we've seen him cook. Cafeteria meals this season basically. We need to let Miro actually play to his strengths. Now, I think he's been in the league for four years. We've already seen him play at pretty much honora's caliber level. I really thought if I had a battle last year I would have had him maybe fourth or 5th on my list. He was that good. But it feels like for a player who clearly his skating is amongst the best in the league in terms of just how fluid is Friday is how much ground he can cover and how much skill he clearly has and we see flashes of it. He hasn't really been allowed to cook show that beyond like small flashes here or there because that's just not how the stars have played instead. He's almost kind of had to babysit defensively. It's bonkers to me that throughout his career so far he's pretty much exclusively played either with well below average defense partners or even having to play on his on his weak side because he's so good that he can do so and they don't have anyone else. So now it looks like they're actually kind of finally bumping them to the left. It seems like they're going to play them with calling Miller to start the season and actually play them on his natural strong side. And I think there's reason to hope I wouldn't necessarily call peterborough an offensive savant by any means, but compared to Rick bonus, like at least we've seen him in his previous stops. In San Jose and in Vegas, where he had Brent burns Eric Carlson, then Shea theater and Alex petr Angelo, he geared their offense and funneled it through them and allowed them to kind of dictate what they were going to do, be involved, activate whenever they wanted to. And so I am so hopeful that that's what's going to happen here with ice Canada. We've been burned for long enough now, but I think this is the year where we finally just see the full potential of what he's capable of. So this could be a larger thing about what we need to. What we need out of the Dallas stars just as, remember,
"cook" Discussed on RADCast Outdoors
"And if you're a journalist, it really doesn't matter what your politics are. That's boring because it's basically two sides saying you're a poopy head, no you're a poopy head. And I'm like, give me a break. This is terrible. I don't want to do this job anymore. So I started to write about food. And I very quickly came to the conclusion that the thing I was best writing about was wild foods. So I started hunter angler Gardner cook in 2007. And that website has been going strong since 2007 and it's now the number one website in the world for wild food recipes. There's more than 1500 recipes on it. And it does well. It does, that's the kind of the core of what I do. And that's hunt gather cook dot com. This is probably the easiest way to get to it. But that is the foundation of everything that comes out of it. And so, you know, I've got 5 cookbooks and I've got a podcast and done and it's interesting. To hear that because we were very curious about that part of how did that transition from just gathering things to writing about it because I've grown up around people who did all of those kinds of activities like pick morels or went fishing, but I don't know anyone who writes about it. So that's really interesting to hear about. That's a very different skill set for sure. I'm just curious as I've looked at some of your earlier writings like duck duck goose, up to your current cookbook because you're also not just doing the website you've also got these books. How have you feel like you've grown as a writer or communicating, you know, you grew up or you have that background as a professional working in kitchens in your communicating to people like me who are, that's not my background. That's not what I do. So I'm curious, how have you evolved, how would you see that you've evolved? I think the fact of being a newspaper reporter
"cook" Discussed on Myths and Legends
"15 years later, the vizier mermaid kissed her husband and took the toddler into her arms. Her eyebrows, it. Was that time already. He's half mermaid, my person? The vizier mermaid said? The kid was overdue for his first swim. Even with 7 of them, I will never get used to it. The fisherman's son laughed. Well, shouldn't have married a mermaid then. The vizier winked. Her husband shook his head. He wouldn't change a thing. The mermaid vizier walked her son out into the water, where she couldn't touch. Then floated up. Her legs merged, becoming a fin. She held her baby close and let him go. There was always a moment of panic with the little ones. But it was easier than taking them when they got older. The panic quickly subsided, and the water became like air to them. Their flippers formed and they could swim. That's what happened to her son. Her 7th child, as she watched him, she thought about her life here. It had been glorious. Like a dream. As soon as she thought that, she coughed. She took a deep breath and started choking. She started flailing. She couldn't breathe. She watched her mers on floating there. Look of confusion on his face. The mermaid vizier had to get to the surface, she couldn't breathe. She couldn't their head broke the surface of the water. Mermaid, mermaid. The vizier looked around, but what was going on? Where was their baby? They're cottage. Their husband? Get them up. Let's get a look at those flippers. The caliph said. There was a disappointed in the room when they realized the vizier had legs. The caliph turned to the warlock. What was he trying to pull here? The vizier wasn't a mermaid. The warlock turned to the vizier. Are you a mermaid? Yes. The vizier replied, they looked around the room. What year was it? How did everyone look the same? They had been in their 15 years. More like 15 seconds, the caliph scoffed. Then he studied his vizier, his adviser really thought that he was a mermaid. I am a mermaid, they said, was that real? They turned to the warlock? Is this? The warlock said? I need to go find my kids. And my husband, the vizier said, dashing from the room. Aw, me next. The caliph shouted, starting to strip down. That really upended his adviser's sense of self. Something really rattled him. The caliph wanted in, let's do it. Soon, the caliph was on the edge of the pot. One, two, three journey of self discovery. He splashed into the cauldron. And woke up on a beach, caked in sand. Kids were poking him with sticks. I am your caliph, the man barked, standing. He looked down. Nope. No, he wasn't. He was a man dressed in rags. This was different. You've been in a shipwreck, probably a fisherman said, is he paddled by? You are passed out when I got here before dawn. Kids have been poking it. We all thought you were dead. Well, how far is Baghdad from here? I need to get home to execute a cook in a warlock. man said. Well, that's definitely something someone without head trauma would say. Also, you're on the coast of Oman. Baghdad is like. 1700 miles about 2700 kilometers from here. Oh man. Oh man, that's bad news. The shipwrecked caliph said, patting his pockets down and realizing he wasn't carrying his standard way too much gold around on him. The fishermen groaned at the pun and continued on his way. The caliph wandered into the city where people watched him stagger through the streets in rags. No one quite believing him that he was the caliph. They might have given him money for something to eat if he wasn't so mean about it. He was so hungry that he didn't even realize he was making people super uncomfortable when he was watching a cook serve people food in his restaurant. The cook, once again, we're not in Baghdad, so this is not our main cook, but a different cook, different cities have different cooks. The cook looked at the man eye in his dishes. Hey. Did the stranger need something to eat? The cook was the first person to show him kindness, and the caliph licked three plates clean. Thanking the man. The man accepted no thanks for doing what was right. The cook said it was kind of clear that the man, the shipwrecked caliph, had fallen on hard times. Did the caliph need a job? And that was how the caliph became a cook's servant. He wasn't thrilled with this turn of events, but he also wasn't starving anymore, so he decided to be grateful. Time passed. Weeks. Then years. He held on to the fact that he was a caliph, but everything about his life now told him that that was ridiculous. Still, he persisted. One morning, he heard some rich merchants, talking about how their servants went diving off the coast, and they came back with gemstones. The merchants were going to be rich. They produced a beautiful blue gem, and the caliph stepped from behind the counter. Did they. Want him to sell that for them? The three merchants looked to the caliph. The cows smiled. He knew a guy. He had been to Oman once. During his travels in his youth. And had been to that auction house. He didn't really know a guy as caliph he hadn't troubled himself with trivial things like people's names. But he did know enough to bluff his way through the door, which was exactly what he did, and the gemstone fetched an enormous price. He had worked out a commission with the merchants in the restaurant. But this was beyond even the shipwrecked caliphs wildest expectations. He went back to the restaurant to tell them the good news, but they were gone. The cook said that they will be back in a week. The caliph said a week, but they couldn't trust the auction house to hold the money for a week. The call of shook his head, no. Now this wouldn't do. They would lose the sale. He would go. Besides, he had brought the gemstone. He could collect the money. It's what he would have done as caliph, and the world surely had the same rules for the rich and powerful, as it did for everyone else. He would be right back. You found this gemstone. The man at the auction house said with a sneer. The caliph nodded. Yep, he did. Can he have his enormous wad of cash, please? This guy brought in the gemstone that I just bought. They heard from the back. Both men look behind to the auction that had just wrapped up, and the buyer looking at the piece, like he had a bad taste in his mouth. The caliph grin did nodded. Yep, that was him. What's everybody? Why is everybody looking like that? The buyer set the gemstone down. He looked to the proprietor of the auction house. And the auction house has verified that this gem is legitimate. The proprietor nodded, of course, and then he looked back. He snatched it up. Couldn't hurt to do.
"cook" Discussed on Myths and Legends
"Back at the palace, the caliph was as confused as he was enraged. It was the weirdest thing. He went to the address of the cook. Next door, normal house, the address was an ocean stretching on for miles, house after that. Normal. He went to the next street over, completely normal, except when you looked at the back of the restaurant and then there was the ocean. As he introduced his throne room, he knew the cook couldn't evade him forever. The waters were choppy and dangerous, but he would spare no expense to find and kill the cook and hi. The cook said, smiling awkwardly, the caliph looked at him, and the older bearded gentleman standing next to him. Said, what's up? Who was this kid? And how did he get in here? The cook said he was the cook. From the restaurant that was now, I don't know. Beachfront property, he guessed? He didn't understand how that worked. Oh, the guards were tackling him. The story says that the warlock was there, but also doesn't have him being apprehended. Let's say that the guards went right through him because he was a warlock. They still managed to get the kid, though. You are the father of my daughter's child, the caliph demanded, the kid nodded. Yep, the caliph shook his head unbelievable. Well, the cook wouldn't be around to see it. The caliph pointed to his guards. Get the bad carpet. And they did have a carpet they used when they had to do indoor executions. My guess is that it had been a gift to the caliph. Then he let go past the return date, and it really just clashed with everything in the room, so he just decided to use it to absorb blood from state sanctioned indoor murders. Any last words, the caliph sneered, just kidding. The kid didn't get to say anything, kill him. The headsman raised the axe, the cook winced and head rolled. The cook opened his eyes. Oh my gosh, oh my gosh, oh my gosh, I am so sorry the head's been said to the caliph. He had accidentally beheaded one of their guards. In his defense, he was always telling them to back up. He needed a lot of wind up, or else it wouldn't go all the way through with the first try. Oh, no, no, no. That's been barely even felt it take the man's head off. The caliph grimaced. Wow, just right off like that. Okay. Kind of took the fun out of the execution, but okay, okay, it's okay. It's okay. Try again. The head's been nodded. He hefted the axe back up over his shoulder. Absolutely. Won't let you down boss. But Pete already did. When he brought the axe up to his shoulder, he, again, accidentally. Found the neck of one of his coworkers. One of the many guards in the room, and instantly beheaded him. It was chaos. The headsman said he had no idea how that kept happening. Oh my gosh, he was so fired, wasn't he? His one talent was killing people who couldn't fight back. How was he going to find a job after this? Also, how sharp is this blade, he said, swinging it around to inspect it. He didn't hurt one of his coworkers this time. They had backed away to the edge of the room. But the headsman himself slipped, fell, and became his own last victim. The grown men in the room were screaming and holding each other at that point. All but the warlock and the cook. They both waited for the room to settle down. So, the warlock said, trying to get control of the situation. That was just a small sampling of my power. The caliph set stunned. Wait, the warlock had done all of that? The warlock nodded. Further, he was determined to see this kid successful in his endeavor to marry the woman he loved. The princess. The caliph was about to laugh out loud, but the warlock held up his hands. Now, before the caliph gave his answer, the answer is no, by the way, the caliph blurted in. Before you give your answer, wanna see some magic tricks? The story says a la taught me a cult knowledge, so all this is above board. The caliph thought about it, answer was still no on the marriage thing, but he did want to see some close up magic. Preferably no beheadings though, he was good for like a week, week and a half on those. The warlock nodded. Deal. No more beheadings. Maybe a hanging, but no more beheadings. Cool. All right. As the guards drag the bodies from the room. And started mopping. The warlock pointed a thumb over his shoulder to the two stone lines who sat by the door. Did the caliph ever want to see those two things fight? The galaxy did now. The warlock smirked and snapped his fingers. Instantly, the stone lions came to life and went for each other's throats. The whole room stood in amazement as the two marble monsters swiped at each other. Tumbled and lunged. The warlock snapped his fingers again, and the Lions began to shrink. Shrink until they were house cats, then kittens, their battle went from bloodthirsty to playful, and they tumbled out of the room. The caliph clapped, wow. That was amazing. Again, another the warlock agreed. Absolutely. He pointed to the vizier. You go get a cauldron of water. The vizier straightened with a sneer. He didn't take orders from some wandering charlatan. Go get the cauldron. I want to see more magic. The caliph barked. The vizier shoulder slum. Okay. A few minutes later, the vizier returned with a cauldron of water. Who wants to see me turn this man into a mermaid? The warlock set of the vizier. Everyone cheered. Everyone except for the vizier, who said wait, wait, what? Come on, vizier. Get in there, be a mermaid. The caliph said. The busier said he didn't know about this. The callous started up a cheer. Mermaid, mermaid, mermaid. The rest of the room joined in. Mermaid. Mermaid. Mermaid or I'll have you executed. The caliph added on. The busy or noted, he understood that. Loud and clear. He turned to the warlock just. Get in? Mermaid. There were like shrugged. Yep, just step in. The vizier took a deep breath. All right. Next stop mermaid. He sat on the edge of the cauldron. And leptin. There was a splash of water in the vizier gasped. She was. Underwater, a mermaid. She had the strangest dream. What is it, sister? Another mermaid swam by. The vizier, the mermaid, said she had this weird dream that she was the adviser to the human caliph, she had who's it and what's its galore walking up there on those, what do you call them? Feet. Humans call them feet. The other mermaid said, right, right, right, the vizier said, her word finding was off today. Maybe she should go for a swim to clear her head. The vizier and I'm just going to call her that. The story makes it clear that they're the same person and saying the mermaid isn't specific enough that his ear and her sisters flip it up to the surface and burst through the water. There, off the coast, they saw fishermen. The vizier mermaid, remember her dream. The humans, it had been so real, so vivid. It felt like she had a whole life on the surface. She shuddered. Remembering herself as a sad, angry man, it was probably her dream, but she felt drawn to the human on the shore..
"cook" Discussed on Myths and Legends
"The warlock was happy to be back in the big city. Baghdad, the center of the world. You could find anything here. Like, a tear soaked omelet. Huh. He watched the cook at work, or whatever that was. 20 minutes to make a breakfast because the man needed to stop for cry breaks. The warlock smile politely, when he received his breakfast from the cook, he poked the soggy meal, and he saw why this place didn't have a weight for brunch. The warlock pushed it back. Hey, so sorry if this was a weird second conversation with the young cook, but the warlock could tell something was bothering him. Did he want to talk about it? The cook wailed. The warlock stood and rubbed the man on the back. Oh, there there, it's okay. There we go. Let it out, bud. The cook hug the warlock sobbed, saying that if the man was serious about wanting to see what was crushing his soul, he should come by around noon. The warlock said he would be back, and left to take in the sights. It was more out of curiosity than anything that brought the warlock back to the restaurant, around noon. He was a few minutes late, and the cook let him know it. He was standing at the door, gesturing wildly for the warlock to get inside. Now, the warlock shook his head. This was a bit of an aggressive way to get customers. He was souring on this place by the minute and briefly considered making a Yelp account just to trash it, but then he realized the street. The main thoroughfare was deserted. All the houses, stores, and windows were shut. He listened to the cook and got inside quickly. This is different. The warlock stated as the cook sealed the door behind him. The cook said, yeah. It was the princess. She bade that noon every day. Bathe in the street? Why does everyone have to be inside? The cook said no, she goes to the public baths, but the caliph, her father, forbade anyone in the city from seeing his daughter, even fully clothed. The warlock nodded. Oh, it was one of those deals. Got it. The last time he was here the caliph didn't have kids yet. He always wondered, why not just build a private bath at the palace? And avoid shutting down a main thoroughfare every day. It's not like callus or sultans were ever strapped for cash. Cook? The warlock looked around. What good were his clever musings if there wasn't anyone around to hear him? He went upstairs, where he saw the cook sitting in the center of mirrors. It was fun House level, and it's complexity. The warlock quickly traced the line from the cook's eyes until he saw a mere angled to catch the street. The cook held his breath until he saw something. And then he collapsed in his chair with a swoon. The warlock knotted. Yep. He thought he understood what was happening here. So, you're in love with the princess, the warlock said. When the cook came, too. The youth made a fist and looked off toward the ceiling. Yes. Yes, curses heart. From the moment he spied her in the street, his heart had been hers, but alas, they were not to be. They were star crossed, mainly because she didn't know he existed, but also mainly because even to look at her was to invite execution so he would pine pine and waste away and die and want of love. I'm sorry, the warlock held up a hand. Stopping the young man. This was getting a little heavy on the romance stuff and he found all that pretty insufferable. The warlock would cut right to it. He was a warlock. Did the cook want to be with the princess? Grimaced, like the warlock was speaking in a language he couldn't comprehend. Me? Be with the princess for sooth, but I am a humble cook and she's the progeny of the. Oh my gosh, do you want to be with the princess? It is not a difficult question and the answer is yes. Say yes. The cook not. Okay. Yes? Good. Wow. Okay, like I said, I'm a warlock. I can make things happen, but the main question is, what's in it for me? The kid said that he would give the warlock everything he owned, his life his soul. The warlock blinked. Wow. Had the kid was quite the negotiator, but sure, everything he had and was an ever would be. Deal. All right, the cook looked down. What was the warlock doing? Wait, was that a shoulder bone? Yes, the warlock said. Plane his shoulder bone out of his pack. Don't worry, it's not a human one. He looked through his pack. Yes. This was not the human one. It was from a sheep. All in all, it took a shoulder bone, a file of metal, 7 needles, some plants cooked meat and clay, all wrapped up in a silk blanket. In the cook's creepy mirror spy layer, the warlock set the blanket down, raised his hands and uttered the arcane verses. Then, he pointed to it. Now, the cook need only knock. The cook approached. Knock? The warlock ground? Yes, that's the definition of knock. Knock on the sack of random weird things, please. The cooked shrugged. Sure, okay. He knelt down and knocked. We knock at the hall doors of earth to summon the gin. The warlock bellowed. Winds began to kick up in the room, tearing the mirrors away. The cook dodged them a bit. Until he entered. A Genie. Tall and shimmering, standing next to a basilisk, a snake monster. They both look down at the pack at the center of the floor. Or lock, the warlock held up his hands up, he wasn't the one who knocked. Okay, but this is a one time thing. You know that, right? The Genie said, the basilisk, who I can only assume was also a Genie, just in that form and along for the ride, nodded. Yes, I know. Please, just do the thing. The warlock pointed to the cook. The Genie rolled his eyes. Who? Is the son of a traitor and an enslaved woman who hath summoned us this evening. The cook stood frozen. The warlock gestured with his hands. Well, tell the being, but just get right to it. Don't do all the flowery romantic stuff. The cooks swallowed hard and nodded. Yes, well, he was in love with the daughter of the caliph. He desired her love in return. The Genie said that well, they couldn't do that. He could be specific, though. Did he want to meet her? Want her to be brought to his room that night for, you know? The cook's jaw dropped. Wait. What? She could they could? I mean, once again, the Genie spoke up, we can't make her love you, but if both of you are into it, sure. And let's pretend that this was the level of consent the original was absolutely concerned with. Okay, so we'll bring her bed here at night, and in the morning we'll take it back. No biggie. That's your wish? That's all? The cook's cough. That's all. That was only the singular cry of his heart. He would be forever indebted to the Genie and just say, yes, the Genie said. Oh, okay. Yes, the cook replied. The Genie nodded cool cool. All right, sign here, here, initial here, and we're good. She'll be by at midnight. He looked over the cook. Oh, and also you.
"cook" Discussed on The Podcast On Podcasting
"Let's get back into the show. Rob cook, what podcast hacks have you learned along the way and you'd like to share with a new podcaster? Yeah, okay, so podcast hacks. The first one that came to mind is you need to have a process. And for most people, when you just get into podcasts and there's so much that you have to learn, there's so much that you're trying to kind of wrap your head around that it can just feel so overwhelming. I have found that my first 5 episodes are so I was just scrambling, just trying to figure it out as I'm going along. I mean, I was still figuring out best practices for me personally, all that sort of stuff. But I realized very quickly that there was a similar process that I was going through. And then what I did is I documented that process, created a template, and then from that point forward, it became my checklist to make sure that I had hit everything. Because there are certain things that you might not do with every guest, but you want to make sure that for the applicable guests, you do those things. So having some sort of a process that you document and create a template for that, that I think is incredibly valuable. For me, because I'm a solo podcaster, and because I do this as a hobby on the side, and because I don't want it to take forever in a day, I want to be able to spend time with my wife and my little girl and friends and family and everything else. I have to be very, very, very efficient with my time. So I have all sorts of templates that I use, technologies that I use to simplify things. So I would say I mentioned Tim Ferriss already on the show, but I'm thinking about this because I listen to another podcast that he talked about podcasting recently. And he talked about the elegance, the simple elegance of podcasting is the phrase that he used..
"cook" Discussed on The Podcast On Podcasting
"Welcome back to the podcast on podcasting and as per us on the odd days I get to have some as a guest on the show. And that's going to be today. Today is an odd number episode. And on the even numbered episode, it's just you and me. It's just me pouring into your business. Sharing tips, tricks, and strategies that I'm learning along the way that I think can kind of get you to that next level by either launching your show growing your show or monetizing your show. Today we've got rob cook on the podcast and he's a certified financial planner. He's got the podcast called contenders. Wanted we're going to talk a little bit about his story, what he's learned throughout the ages. I think as we're recording, if I do remember correctly, you have like 60 ish episodes out right now, rob? I have about 30 episodes. 30, 30, 30. I doubled it. Oops. All right. You don't need to be by the time this podcast episode launches. Maybe there will be 60. We technically have over ten months of content recorded. So before we get started into the interview, I'll just mention that. Some people are like, that's nuts. But on the other hand, there's always being behind the 8 ball, always like procrastinating, saying, oh shit, tomorrow I have an episode due, I haven't started. I'm going to need ten hours of editing, and that's a stressful way to live. So I'd rather have plenty of content. Yeah, in fact, I got myself on my show. I have 6 months worth of content. Ernie created and ready to go. And in fact, before I even started this newest season of contenders wanted, I had like 8 months of content and I already had 5 episodes already edited, so the all I had to do was show notes in some of the cleanup stuff at the very end. That's awesome. I'm glad you said that. I'm glad you said that because I think that one of the reasons that a lot of podcasters quit is because it feels stressful for them because they're always kind of behind the 8 ball. They're always trying to play catch up. Having those oh shit moments. But you, on the other hand, you're months ahead of the game. And it's like easy breezy and the podcast probably isn't stressful. Let's jump into your story. Your bio itself is already in the show notes. I always do that for our listeners so that.
"cook" Discussed on Discussions of Truth
"The instruction here, discussions of truth, clay Clark's reawakening tour in San Antonio. I have with me reverend Bill cook. Bill cook, Bill or William cook? Or William? Whichever you prefer. William at make an introduction here for yourself, who are you? What do you do? I am the founder of the black row regimen of Virginia. But I'm also right now I'm leading an organization called America's black pro Brett regiment, which is an umbrella term for the formation of companies with pastors in every.
"cook" Discussed on The BBQ Central Show
"Want to you can just possess them you you turn in really two right because you turn in one as a as a an appearance in one to slice all right so as i read these. If anybody's got comments raise your hand will Will go around. We can address those The second overall world provider vacuum packaging may not be compromised in any way. This means no trimming no injecting opening or resealing the providers packaging prior to the inspection. Basically saying that you're gonna be sent meat from one of these companies. That will talk about here in a second. And you can't do anything to those until you get to the contest and it's inspected. Everybody agree with that Paraphrasing of that rule and then go ahead what. What if it's in butcher paper one of my custom meat markets does it in butcher paper. Real hand opened up you. Can't you would not you wouldn't be able to use it anyway. Of course so you have to buy which you be able to use it you you have to answer from the approved vendors and your local meat martin guy is not an approved vendor number three all stakes in possession must be inspected to meet official requirements. Any stake not meeting the official requirements of inspection by the contest officials shall be removed from the cook site So this would mean you're not allowed to have a rabbi and then i think there was a thickness requirement to that each stake had to meet. So there's some kind of general beat inspection. Let me have to find this. Just so i can talk to doug here okay so please answer the phone please. Who was that. Who has what town phone shows. Do not fly well but oh my god. I'm really holding it together. Because i go nuts here. Please contact the kcbs with any of buffalo certified providers here so doug you can own at this point you can only get steaks from the following creek stone farms and double our ranch. Which is a snake river farms brand. You have to buy your saqlain those two. That's it well. What if my meat market only carries creeks and they specialize in christmas day. You have to go to creek. Stone far farms dot com. And then. i'm sure there's a link or you'll go to the national grilling tournament website. And it'll say meet vendors and then you click on the one you want which would probably take you to an online link and then you order it that way. You're not gonna get it from your house anywhere whether they're creek stone the or not. There's a butcher shop. In san antonio that specializes in creek stone. And that's actually whereabout to stakes last week. Well guess what you show up to the Competition with those even a treat on your audience. So it's going to be a the ones that aren't approved are they gonna have like a will barrel in like in monty python where they take them out. Take your dead bodies out that that don't are an approved you know. They'll they'll probably turn. They probably have some type of fluid in their hands and they turned it right over on the steak and spoil it immediately so that way you can't cheat but it has to be removed. Not yeah you'll have to take it somewhere else. I guess but you you can't use. I thought it was funny. That's what that means. That's funny to me all right. So now we get into the theory dead number one all case to be as master series rules and regulations sal applied the following except number one strip steak ancillary. Larry permit the use of any heat source. Gas electric charcoal seuss feed would solar cast iron skillet over direct heat. Direct over open. Kohl's sears all torch etc. Anything is open we like this. Doug boom yes john yes i love it absolutely. Love it and rusty. Of course. I think that's the sandbox part of it the style of much. Yeah me too. number two. In addition to the optional garnish optional garters event provided foil disc. Maybe used and even be used in addition to the approved. Kcbs garnish clear. Food film was also allowed to cover slices in turn box and will not be considered a foreign object. Anybody have any issues or comments on that rusty. I it's the same old stuff. I think i liked the candidate that i think it's cool. So do we think is a group We'll start with russia. You get in a kcbs contest. Garnish optional is not optional. You're not going to not garnish box. So do you think that people will not garnish a steak box or will they Automatically pick that part up as the case it'd be us absolutely one hundred percent we brett galloway and essay was disheartened on us about not doing a Garnish at all. Don't do it. don't do it don't do it. And then kyle mattis chef ski and all those guys start doing it and then everyone followed suit within the week. So yeah absolutely all right doug you think they'll be box. Garnishing is a guy from texas. I would start off. Not garnishing john. Do you think they'll be garnishing. Rossi's more expert than me but my opinion is that the foil desk. Sea still is going gonna have some traction as it goes into. This people are familiar with it. And i think it's gonna live. I think we're going to see fifty fifty. I think we're gonna see people not garnishing. And i think it'll be more accepted and i think it will help back. Break the back on the garner's program in general perhaps want to clarify that. I met with ancillaries at the not the stakes. So i think what you're gonna run into is if there's a lot of kcbs cooks that are gleaning onto this right off the bat. There's going to be a lot of garnishing in the box if there's just a lot of competitive steak fans that want to cook competitive stake in this weekend that happens to be. Kcbs national state championship. Then you might not see a lot of garnish. The other thing. I'll say is this the first month. This thing is taking place if the majority of boxes that are winning or garnishing. Guess what there's going to be garnishing in the box of course because people want to do. What's winning number. Three cooks are allowed to enter as men who skipped one yes cooks are allowed to share the same cooking device however each team must cook their own entry in its entirety sharing of duties during the preparation. Cook or ternan is prohibited. Doug you're okay with that total bullshit. How are they getting control. That there's no way to. There's no way to police that no way and cooking at the same time. Negative no rusty. Yeah they're not going to be able to do anything about it. It'll happen one hundred percent of hopping out the gate and it'll get worse and worse as time goes on because people know that they're not looking and it will happen hundred percent john. I'm not over thinking that. I'm all for that rule. You know i got my six burner weber out there gregor on your and my on my end. There's burners off between us. We're good let's cook and turn this in so is the thought that there's gonna be some better stay cook in the camp and that they're the ones that are actually cooking all of the stakes for everybody that what they're trying to prohibit like everybody can you can just bring one gill grill for sake of ease but everybody. That's cooking on. That has the cook their own stakes in the fear is that there's gonna.
"cook" Discussed on Mocha Minutes
"No i don't but again why not suppress last story cook. Go ahead number. That guy he he wrote an op. Ed a year ago. Everyone's gonna celebrate now but he was like now for me. That was my mom was shot in the head because she was in her job. The as solid just thinking of everyone. Yeah but it's like i was. I learned last summer. That wasn't something that was talking about I didn't learn in like grade school so k. Through twelve schools i did learn about japanese internment camps that they were laxly. Throwing japanese americans were born in america in those internment camps. like what. Wait what it's like for harbor charges or your knees or better yet like how many chinese vietnamese jeppe speak. Were you throwing in those camps to 'cause you probably just oh you look you look at me. I'm actually from you look around. I'm from japan note. Same thing getting. we're what As you know they like data know the difference which is wack as hell so last story there is going to be. They are coming out with a show and i think this is the actual title. The show called the activists it will include julianne huff. Priyanka chopra and usher is coming to cbs. Now they reported over over the week like during it came out. I guess on thursday so they are update in k. After and i'm gonna tell you this story. Because i was like. What after the format for the activist drew. Some blowback on social media deadline reached out to the global citizen for a statement. The activists spotlights individuals who've made it their life's work to change the world for the better as well as the incredible and often challenging work. They do on the ground in their communities. This is not a reality show to trivialize activism on the contrary our aim is to support activists everywhere show the ingenuity and dedication they put into their work and amplify their causes to a wider off Audience now they said this is not a reality show to trivialize activism..
"cook" Discussed on Walking the Shadowlands
"People might have had in recent times. They're on their five while hunting forest with Not children that they sought the children. And i got a few responses which is amazing actually because some and then i attacked the conclusion that a lot of the context prison die contexts which is site. Ugly no poops conde but seeing companies virtually from farmers and hunters people in the outdoors Then i i had a wonderful story to be about a young baldy bad. Why member coup. Which is right up. Bundles of thumb. Why forest road across the mountains. For where peter correct. I have this story but in the same mess afar area. Unless you mall demand taken on a An assignment and a job to work for one of the people who paid to track employs. Possums the forest and this young man's jaw wants to go up into the wind mccoo valley and stopped with his way up the sod Hills brought up the gist cutting a trial. All the way up tonight will people into come and lay the coalition and i saw the So he goes on food. I had his dog and he starts was shady somewhat every Clearing away the bush to schools. Through up to the top of the hill and so he worked diligently dumps buybacks. Three four o'clock he put rods tall st- and monster game. He was amazed to come across a clear area up there whether it was just grasses growing native grasses and then he saw what appeared to be is there something be walking through the grass is where it was down a bit black little trial and this vissel was all about groupie picks him then he said to stop looking around for somewhere out of up on kantha. He's carrying will give back. It is food and hit us. Fly to set up a state in the sleeping bag and denny look down the ground took roxanne put it down a male Ground was small keith. Die flex kit quite green in calla. They said let's just say it picked it up not incident. This is freshly made as greeting. Who would it be being industries miles.
"cook" Discussed on The Eric Metaxas Show
"And i just thought we're living in a strange culture because if you're looking for a different point of view you you basically can't get it and again that's why i wanna talk to you and others about this on this program because there's almost no place to go Can i keep you longer. I don't know if you have to go otherwise we'll do it enough time okay. Well so let's. I want to talk about your book because we had you on a while ago. Book is at change of affection. What do you is that just the story of your life. Yeah a memoir. But it's the first part it's in two parts. The first part is a memoir and the second is. It's like your fish out of water which i loved. I had you on my show. But i the first part is the memoir. The second part. Are kind of almost many sermons or teachings on this issue that that i take biblical passages. That are unexpected. Use them to illustrate kind of the blind spots as as as christians. We don't we don't understand how powerful the culture is. And how were just constantly influencing us. And i mean i'm seeing people from the i mean in the church just falling away by in droves because of the issue lgbt q. Issue people are falling away. They're buying the lie that satan is happily propagating that homosexuality is to be celebrated in good and righteous and holy and so the second part of the book has just kind of different stories and teachings on kind of like the blind spots that we as believers don't see about this issue and so i bring a lot of theology intuitive and yeah well we i didn't realize we do have to We've got a meeting coming up in a few minutes so we need to get you on next week or the following week just to reprise our conversation on your book Folks i hope you'll get a copy Beckett cook has written a change of affection. A gay man's incredible story of redemption You also are host of the beckett. Cook show where can people find that on youtube. Wealth on then your show canceled from our speed rump. Right i hate you. I hate you so okay. The becca cook show on youtube We are out of time. Get a copy of a change of affection by becca. Cook beckett cook. Let's just continue this conversation in the next week or two. It's too important not to Thank you.
"cook" Discussed on The Eric Metaxas Show
"The eric metaxas. Show with your host. Eric taxes folks. Welcome back this will be our to our to. Please be sure that you're right. It's not our one. Our one always comes before our to We're talking to our friend. Becca cook about this. How do you describe it pro. Gay anti-christian to some extent documentary on netflix. Called pray away Comes from the term. Pray away the gay. They kind of make fun of that idea. So beckett When we talk about pray away the gay there are people i know who effectively change their sexual orientation. Many don't but some have and so if you were able to get help in that area. Why wouldn't you want that to happen because the narrative that that can happen seems is anecdotal in this in this net flicks thing. They're picking three people and saying see. See well okay. But what about all. The other people for whom this kind of thing was successful. Do they not exist suddenly. Yeah no. i'm. I'm absolutely in favor of people. Want to get help. And they want to get therapy or whatever. It is to help change their attractions. I'm all for that for me personally. Though i i'm happy to be single and celibate for the rest of my life. I have no interest. I don't really. I don't really desire to be married to a woman. So i for my for me. It's fine. I don't it's not a big deal for me. Well we were talking. I mean i think the problem with this. Is that what. I was saying earlier sexuality so complicated that you have so many different i mean virtually every person is different in that sphere and so you can get people that are they say. I knew i was gay when i was five. You get other people that were molested as you were At an age in that does something and then they follow that path and you kind of wonder what would have happened if i hadn't been molested So it really is complicated. Let me ask you how. Many what percentage do you think of gay men Were molested the i mean. Would you even guess on something like that. I mean i i would guess a high percentage From just from anecdotally from my friends from people. I've come across over the years. I think it's a very high number. You think it's more than finally percent. Probably i mean. I'm just guessing but i think it is and i and the reason i ask you is just because that's amazing like what what an idea. Let's say it's fifty percent. Because when i talked to different people. I get the same impression this is brits are pretty high thing but people don't talk about it. Why don't people talk about it. Isn't that the question what what's odd in my case. Though is i already. Before that night i was molested. I already was developing same sex attraction even as very young kid and so i think that night was probably a kind of pushed me all the way into that world rather than you know there might have been a chance for me so so how old were you again. I was not. I think it was nine years old. Okay that's unbelievable. I mean that was the definition of a child rape whatever you wanna call it. I mean nine years old a child. It's just it's unbelievable. It's unbelievable that you had to go through. That's unbelievable that many people go through these terrible things. But i mean i just hear people that say that they feel like it was activated because of that experience and i think there's something there that people don't talk about that you can be sexualize that a certain age is one thing to have desires but it's another thing to somehow have that actualize which we would say isn't supposed to happen Until a man is married to a woman that's really god's plan and it sort of bonds together in a way and that rarely happens in our culture so it's a big. It's a big but Well one of the things that act. I think that really activated. It was early prior to that night when a year a couple years before that night. I was exposed to pornography for the first time with playboy mac with a playboy magazine. Friends friends and neighbors father had playboy magazine stashed under his bed. And i remember him. Showing me the magazines it and i was just flooded with this kind of like what is this and flooded with lust and had nowhere to go. Because i was obviously too young to what you were six or seven. I think i was like eight. I think it was eight years old. But that lust had nowhere to go so what ended up happening. I think was because of my friendships. My male friendships elementary school. That that lust turn to them. Because that's who. I was around most of the time so i think that was the initial point so i think pornography was the initial catalyst in my case. It's just it's so refreshing in vital to have these kinds of conversations. And i don't know where i would go to look for conversations like the one you and i are having right now completely honest trying to do our best to sort through. What for some people is It's it's the trial of their lives to understand how to deal with this. Or or how do i would i do if my kids seems to be confused about this. And the reason i so value you becca cooking just because we need people willing to talk about this and willing to say yes. I did this. I did that. Here's where i am right now just to help people kind of process this because we seem to have no narratives except the ones you get on this netflix documentary. Or did you know that net flicks. I mean when i saw this. I just thought this can't be. They have the different categories different genres. Like oh i wanna watch movies. When are something so you go down. And they have like you know. Classic horror thriller what they don't have a ton but they have lgbtq as an option. They don't have faith as an option and i'm thinking how many people are lgbtq in percentage in the country how many people are identified as faith in the country but netflix. Has this kind of like. 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"cook" Discussed on The Economist: The Intelligence
"First up though ten years ago. Today steve jobs resigned as the chief executive of apple following a cancer diagnosis. We've just gotten a hold of his letter of resignation. It says i've always said that if there ever came a day when i could no longer meet my duties and expectations as apple's ceo. I would be the first to let you know. Unfortunately that day has come across the tech industry. There was a grand wringing of hands. It's almost like you know a statesman or or someone who is a spiritual leader is stepping aside. Where would the iphone maker be without. Its visionary co-founder as far as his successor goes the asset. They named tim cook as the ceo. Ample he says. I believe apple's brightest and most innovative days ahead of it. I look for jobs died six weeks later day after the company unveiled the iphone. Four s first product launch since being named ceo. I'm sure you didn't know that. Tim cook has overseen a few product launches since each one shining the apple further but to keep growing company already. So big little require some blockbuster new gizmos and some deft navigation of a world. That's changed a lot. In the past decade. Tim cook stage. What would probably be called the most successful succession story. Intact does industry's littered with ceo. Is that followed. Founders co-founders within failed. Ludvig is economists. Us technology editor improve financial terms. I would say he was even more successful than delayed steve jobs. No ceo in history has created more shareholder value. The companies no worth two point five trillion dollars at seven times more than when Over ten years ago. And how is it. That apple has managed to keep up that growth over these ten years. So cook is a great manager. He's kind of made apple. More and more efficient is very demanding. Esque a lot of questions pushing people to explain. For example why this cell in a spreadsheet only show is ninety eight in one hundred percent and those things cook also was very adept in writing the forces that have driven the tech industry or the global economy and one of course is mobile computing. so the iphone. There's no more than one billion active. Iphones around and cook has done is systematically improved the iphone. If you compare the iphone four s was released when he became ceo. And now. i thirteen which is supposed to be released in september. I think it s it processor. That is five thousand percent faster and stronger but cook. Also road globalization. He was the one who pushed apple. Into outsourcing manufacturing to china foxconn epoch's biggest outsourcing company in china employs. I think a million people there now most of them work for apple and to the first thing the third trend coke is is is network effects. So if you look at the app store cook and apple also created an entire economy that means kind of of course the revenues of of of ebola but also all the companies that make money on its platforms in in particularly app store so beyond being a detail man. How is it. The tim cook has made apple not just successful but the tech king is not just a detail man. he's also politically quite as chewed so he was the first leader of a big tech company during the stand that companies companies of the size like apple. Google facebook they need to take responsibility for the impact. They have on society in apple's case that meant very early on like ten years ago Started putting an emphasis on sustainability. Apple has a very ambitious goal of becoming carbon-neutral cross all its products by the end of the decade. The other thing is privacy. So if you open the app on the iphone now you have to agree to being tracked by app and given the success of those strategies then do you think this meteoric rise of the company can continue at this rate so caucus is not going to become a bad manager overnight but a few things that suggests that his second ten years will be tougher than the first one is basically that company of apple size it becomes more and more difficult for you to grow just by the force of mathematics so far. That's not been a big issue. Because cook has managed to keep the iphone big success their new revenue sources like the app store apple music and wearables do the apple watch and the airports but i think in the long run apple has to have convinced that new iphone like act. And that's why that is talk about it's eyeglasses and the car as of now. It seems that apple is planning to release an apple car and i- car in the twenty twenty four but as a few problems for the eyeglasses car the eyeglasses. It's more competition so. Facebook has big plans and microsoft's halloween so that it does a number of competitors out there and the problems with the car think are more fundamental. It's much more complicated. Regulations safety and then of course they're not just technical or business challenges but there's a big one geopolitical one. What do you mean by that. So of course. There's attention to the growing tension between the us and china. It's quite likely. I think that at some point apple will become a victim of that so far. It's been rather protected because it's so important for china's economy. We've seen recently that. The chinese government went after its own tech. Giant's attentions alibaba. If push comes to shove. I think apple will be vulnerable to and if that happens i think that could be quite that your mental for apple goldman sachs a couple of years ago. Did a study analyzing the worst case scenario for apple in china. I mean these are super different. Circumstances said this was under trump. They said this could. Apple's profits by nearly thirty percent and i think that's a conservative estimate. China is the second biggest market for apple. Twenty percent of revenues. Come from there also. It's the manufacturing base for almost all iphones so epilogues vulnerable there so if through falling foul of chinese authorities or by any other means someone to knock apple off its pedestal. You could take its place. Who would be a credible challenger. I mean the image most people have of tech is that there's these five big giants and not much competition is happening there. Let's companies never really tried to invade each other's main turf. So apple has never build real search engine to compete with google's or trying to -bility social network to compete with facebook's increasing the there's more competition team those companies in dallas so smaller ones coming up. I think what will happen. Is that going forward. There will be more competition intact and to life will be more difficult for apple even in hardware. I will be more difficult in tim. Cook's next ten years. And he reckoned. Mr cooke will stick around that long. That's a big question. I mean some people thought he would resign. After ten years he could have was was quite a successful run but a couple of months ago he signed a new contract and his new stock rand fully vested in twenty twenty five. So i don't think he's going to leave before that people already talking about who could succeed cookery. One name of mentioned his jeff williams. He's apple's chief operating officer with him. This is much like tim. Cookies sometimes called tim. Cook's tim cook. He has a kind of the same background even looks a bit like tim. Cook walks. Tim cook and the question is after tim. Crowe baps apple somebody else needs. Perhaps another steve jobs who had been more radical in his approach her approach. I've talked to one person who something could be a successor. He says apple should be much more radical develop devices for the bottom. Three billion for africa. Tim cope was the person was kind of perfect.
"cook" Discussed on Skeptiko - Science at the Tipping Point
"The call to serve. It has no sewn yet. I have heard it has no form yet. I have clearly seen it. America's navy a global force for good. You gotta admit they do great ads and also really interesting. You don't those american navy. Ads used to be a force for good and they changed it to a global force for good what he thinks of with that. So i have an interview coming up with a guy. Excellent guys so fortunate to get this guy to come on his name. Is nick cook. And he's written a terrific new book about ingo swann. You.