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 As Ukraine war grinds, world pushes for way to get grain out

AP News Radio

00:41 sec | 1 d ago

As Ukraine war grinds, world pushes for way to get grain out

"Russia's pressing the west to lift sanctions imposed because of its war in Ukraine claiming without proof that the restrictions are preventing millions of tons of grain and other agricultural products from leaving Ukrainian ports Ukraine's one of the world's largest exporters of wheat corn and sunflower oil but the war including a Russian blockade of its ports has prevented most of these products from leaving now Kremlin spokesman Dmitry peskov has tried to shift the blame to western sanctions saying we accuse Western countries of taking a series of unlawful actions that has led to the blockade the World Trade Organization's director general says this food crisis is real and we must find solutions

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Liberals, You Know You Burned the Country Down

The Dan Bongino Show

01:28 min | 2 weeks ago

Liberals, You Know You Burned the Country Down

"Now to the liberals out there you voted for this This is what you wanted This is what you wanted The destruction of our country and lifetime This is what you wanted Now you thought you could vote for these fairytales like the Green New Deal and all this stuff and virtue saying I have to clean out of here Now all of a sudden what you thought would happen in the future the destruction of the energy market and the food supply as we put corn in our gas tanks and other things is Biden tries to bump the ethanol mandate So feedstocks are more expensive fertilize fertilizer food Fertilizer is so much it's more expensive I'm combining words Fertilizers more expensive You thought that destruction would just happen to your kids libs and you don't really care Let's be honest You don't care what happens to the next generation you don't You did you'd vote for sane people but you vote for lunatics with severe cognitive problems That's what you do But you never expected the destruction to kick you in the nuts And now it is you're like oh my gosh that hurt cup check time And now you don't know what to do Because you quietly know even the radical moon bats because you shop in the same grocery stores and gas stations we do that you did this to yourself You know it you know You don't want to admit it because you're too proud but you know you did You know you burned the country down Come on let's just be honest Just stop the ball It's not the bulls stuff Please I have no time for it

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Biden sees bigger role for US farms due to Ukraine war

AP News Radio

00:53 sec | 2 weeks ago

Biden sees bigger role for US farms due to Ukraine war

"President president president president Biden Biden Biden Biden today today today today aims aims aims aims to to to to highlight highlight highlight highlight the the the the U. U. U. U. S. S. S. S. farming farming farming farming as as as as a a a a way way way way of of of of using using using using a a a a global global global global rise rise rise rise in in in in food food food food prices prices prices prices the the the the president president president president yesterday yesterday yesterday yesterday noted noted noted noted Russia's Russia's Russia's Russia's war war war war in in in in Ukraine Ukraine Ukraine Ukraine is is is is disrupting disrupting disrupting disrupting the the the the world world world world to to to to wheat wheat wheat wheat and and and and corn corn corn corn supply supply supply supply Ukraine Ukraine Ukraine Ukraine has has has has twenty twenty twenty twenty twenty twenty twenty twenty million million million million tons tons tons tons of of of of grain grain grain grain in in in in storage storage storage storage silos silos silos silos right right right right now now now now but but but but it's it's it's it's stuck stuck stuck stuck in in in in Ukraine Ukraine Ukraine Ukraine due due due due to to to to the the the the war war war war at at at at a a a a farm farm farm farm in in in in Illinois Illinois Illinois Illinois today today today today spokeswoman spokeswoman spokeswoman spokeswoman Jen Jen Jen Jen Psaki Psaki Psaki Psaki says says says says the the the the president president president president will will will will lay lay lay lay out out out out what what what what the the the the administration administration administration administration can can can can do do do do to to to to help help help help US US US US farmers farmers farmers farmers fill fill fill fill the the the the void void void void just just just just as as as as we we we we are are are are providing providing providing providing weapons weapons weapons weapons we're we're we're we're going going going going to to to to work work work work on on on on doing doing doing doing what what what what we we we we can can can can to to to to support support support support farmers farmers farmers farmers to to to to provide provide provide provide more more more more weeds weeds weeds weeds and and and and other other other other food food food food around around around around the the the the world world world world the the the the White White White White House House House House says says says says he'll he'll he'll he'll announce announce announce announce more more more more funding funding funding funding for for for for domestic domestic domestic domestic fertilizer fertilizer fertilizer fertilizer production production production production among among among among other other other other steps steps steps steps still still still still there there there there are are are are limits limits limits limits to to to to just just just just how how how how much much much much we we we we the the the the U. U. U. U. S. S. S. S. can can can can produce produce produce produce to to to to offset offset offset offset any any any any shortages shortages shortages shortages Sager Sager Sager Sager made made made made Ghani Ghani Ghani Ghani Washington Washington Washington Washington

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The Growing List of Problems by the American Marxists

Mark Levin

01:17 min | 2 weeks ago

The Growing List of Problems by the American Marxists

"And when you attack the American commerce system and you attack our financial system and you tack our fossil fuel system you're attacking little babies who need formula People who need energy and on and on and on Meanwhile the Democrats are viciously and violently fighting their culture wars Trying to turn the United States into one massive abortion mill And they're being egged on by Biden the Democrat party Pelosi and the media We'll break these down one at a time But we're having problems now with meat wheat corn I read 20% less is being planted which means at least 20% less will be harvested Major companies are not prepared to spend the massive amount of resources capital necessary to drill for more wells when the government is telling them number one not to despite the leases and number two telling them that they're going to put them out of business

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Daily Mail: Mothers Forced to by Intolerant Baby Formula Due to Shortage

Mark Levin

01:35 min | 2 weeks ago

Daily Mail: Mothers Forced to by Intolerant Baby Formula Due to Shortage

"It looks like big baby formulas at it now As well as big electricity joining big meat big week big corn big oil in order to profiteer off the American people in this time of inflation What we need is more government more regulations More taxes more investigation We need to get to the bottom of this Well at the bottom of this is the American Marxist movement The long war on our economic system People trying to make America poor trying to destroy our capitalist system Desperate mothers are forced to buy formula They know will make babies sick as an unprecedented shortage leave shelves bare and prices rocket to a $120 they can due to a national recall and supply crisis Reads the daily mail Winter ball drop of Tennessee says she broke down after going to 6 stores calling others as far as three hours away they did not have her baby's formula The infamous neutrino the only formula her baby tolerates was out of stock Ball thrup is among a growing number of mothers who've resorted to desperate options to feed their babies as America continues to struggle with the shortage

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New Zealand Caller Debates Gun Law, Comparing to U.S.

Mike Gallagher Podcast

01:52 min | Last month

New Zealand Caller Debates Gun Law, Comparing to U.S.

"Hear you're from New Zealand. Yeah, I really just called because I wanted to point something about out about what their lady was saying about New Zealand and gun control. Sure. So we, in New Zealand, you know, we can get a gun. Down license, we get signed off by the police and then you can have it. But you have to keep it locked away. So there should be a rule in place. You guys have concealed carry here, which is makes it very easy for someone to say, go buy a gun. They decide there's no law to control this. Well, wait a minute. I think you're conflating two issues, but I'm interested in your perspective as somebody from another country like New Zealand. You say you got to keep it locked away. What good does that do you if you want to use your gun for personal protection? If somebody on that subway had had a gun and could have defended themselves, there'd be a whole bunch of people who weren't going to be shot and potentially killed by this guy. You see here in America, there's millions of people who carry for the very precise purpose of defending themselves against bad guys. Yeah. And I don't think correct me if I'm wrong, camera, but I don't think you guys do that in New Zealand, do you? I've been here for like four years and so I've seen a lot. You know, every day you see shootings a little bit of place all over the country. Right. Oh, we're going to fix this. We're going to fix this. I know, but to help me understand New Zealand's perspective, are there a lot of people do they not have concealed carry in New Zealand? No, they don't. And there's a reason I mean, we don't have like a bigger country, like here. We have 5 million people in New Zealand. Yeah, yeah, yeah. I got you. A lot of hunting and stuff, but we only have guns for that sort of type of purpose. It's not really for like carry around critique yourself like you've got to go to conceal carrying corn, but you go to jail.

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Joe Biden: The Story That Never Happened in Southern Delaware

Mike Gallagher Podcast

01:16 min | Last month

Joe Biden: The Story That Never Happened in Southern Delaware

"Biden worries about over you and me. Ordinary Americans who have to fend for ourselves. Check this out. And I know it's controversial, but I got it done once. Ban assault weapons and high capacity magazines. I was getting criticized when I first passed this law when I was a senator. And guess what? I was down in southern Delaware, do a lot of hunting and fishing down there. And I was walking up one of the crick beds. And the guy standing, so you want to take my gun, it's not going to take your gun. So when you're telling me I can't have more of the next number of bullets in my gun. And I said, what do you think the deer you're hunter, where Kevlar vest? What the hell you need? 20 bullets for. You must be a hell of a terrible shot. I'm serious. Think about it. Think about the mass shootings. Yeah, hey Alec, I'll take things that never happened to Joe Biden for 20, please. Because that never happened. He didn't have a conversation with some guy in the creek bed while he's off hunting and the guy on the creek bed said you're trying to take away my guns. Why are you limiting how many rounds I should have? You know, corn

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Biden waiving ethanol rule in bid to lower gasoline prices

AP News Radio

00:49 sec | Last month

Biden waiving ethanol rule in bid to lower gasoline prices

"President president president president Joe Joe Joe Joe Biden Biden Biden Biden is is is is waving waving waving waving in in in in ethanol ethanol ethanol ethanol rule rule rule rule in in in in a a a a bid bid bid bid to to to to lower lower lower lower gas gas gas gas prices prices prices prices by by by by Dennis Dennis Dennis Dennis visiting visiting visiting visiting corn corn corn corn rich rich rich rich Iowa Iowa Iowa Iowa to to to to announce announce announce announce he'll he'll he'll he'll suspend suspend suspend suspend a a a a federal federal federal federal rule rule rule rule preventing preventing preventing preventing the the the the sale sale sale sale of of of of higher higher higher higher ethanol ethanol ethanol ethanol blend blend blend blend gasoline gasoline gasoline gasoline in in in in the the the the summer summer summer summer Biden's Biden's Biden's Biden's administration administration administration administration is is is is intensifying intensifying intensifying intensifying efforts efforts efforts efforts to to to to tamp tamp tamp tamp down down down down prices prices prices prices at at at at the the the the pump pump pump pump that that that that have have have have spiked spiked spiked spiked during during during during Russia's Russia's Russia's Russia's war war war war with with with with Ukraine Ukraine Ukraine Ukraine most most most most gas gas gas gas sold sold sold sold in in in in the the the the U. U. U. U. S. S. S. S. is is is is blended blended blended blended with with with with ten ten ten ten percent percent percent percent ethanol ethanol ethanol ethanol the the the the EPA EPA EPA EPA will will will will issue issue issue issue an an an an emergency emergency emergency emergency waiver waiver waiver waiver to to to to allow allow allow allow widespread widespread widespread widespread sale sale sale sale of of of of fifteen fifteen fifteen fifteen percent percent percent percent ethanol ethanol ethanol ethanol blend blend blend blend that's that's that's that's usually usually usually usually prohibited prohibited prohibited prohibited over over over over the the the the summer summer summer summer because because because because of of of of concerns concerns concerns concerns it it it it adds adds adds adds to to to to small small small small get get get get higher higher higher higher temperatures temperatures temperatures temperatures according according according according to to to to triple triple triple triple a a a a the the the the price price price price of of of of gas gas gas gas has has has has been been been been dropping dropping dropping dropping slightly slightly slightly slightly with with with with the the the the national national national national average average average average on on on on Tuesday Tuesday Tuesday Tuesday down down down down to to to to four four four four oh oh oh oh nine nine nine nine for for for for a a a a gallon gallon gallon gallon of of of of regular regular regular regular I'm I'm I'm I'm Julie Julie Julie Julie Walker Walker Walker Walker

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Joe Biden's Greatest Hits on April Fool's Day

The Dan Bongino Show

01:54 min | Last month

Joe Biden's Greatest Hits on April Fool's Day

"But it is April Fool's day And Jim thought it was a good idea yesterday to put together a little tribute to Biden on April Fool's day And we can have some of his greatest hits And the reason we did it on April fools is because Biden has no greatest hits He's a crazy person okay So Jim put together this little ode to Joe Biden Enjoy this why I recuperate from that destructively horrible email sent to me by my kids school Check this out Most of the teams were community center Actually that's the one down I used to work It's a joke I know we were anyway We all these truths to be self evident All men and women created by go you know you know the thing We launched our campaign Over on the oval back in 29 may 9th 2019 At three letter word jobs JOBS John I got them $1.9 trillion really so far 550 corporations And the Fortune 500 I got hairy legs that turn that turn blond in the sun But let's be great And the question is whether or not we should be in a position where you are why can't the 5 sick and tired of smart guys I know a lot of weed smokers COVID has taken this year more than 100 year Look the lives it's just I mean think about it Corn pop was a bad dude We choose truth over facts Who looks like a tornado they don't call them that anymore when I went to Dearborn driving that You know it was up there I don't know man Unlike the African American community the Latino community is an incredibly diverse

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Rep. Austin Scott: The World's Going to Be Paying a Lot More for Bread

The Dan Bongino Show

00:51 sec | 2 months ago

Rep. Austin Scott: The World's Going to Be Paying a Lot More for Bread

"And so with trade shutdown in the Black Sea you've got tremendous increased costs of nitrogen and potassium You've got the increased cost of wheat and corn and sunflower oil And it's going to have a huge impact on the World Food Program and lower income economies You're seeing this a little bit in Sri Lanka right now where they had gone have to go to the IMF for an emergency bailout that's 4000 miles from Ukraine but the impact of the war is already hurting them and you and I and other people who are fortunate enough blessed enough to wake up inside this great country The United States of America we're going to pay more for our bread certainly but there are other people around the world that I'm very concerned are going to be literally starving

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Rep. Austin Scott Is Concerned About Global Food Supply Shortages

The Dan Bongino Show

01:50 min | 2 months ago

Rep. Austin Scott Is Concerned About Global Food Supply Shortages

"Really I know you probably have other colleagues who are currently concerned about I don't want to be dramatic but candidly sorry I haven't heard much about this outside of you and it's an issue I'm a preparedness guy I'm not embarrassed by that I feel like I owe my family I owe them the responsibility to be prepared And when you hear about things like the food supply being dramatically impacted by this ongoing war it's not a conspiracy theory It's real You had this fantastic hit on cable warning everyone and really one of the few people I hear talking about it So can you explain the gravity of the situation so my audience can hear it Sure So let's talk about it from the standpoint of the UN World Food Program And I do think that we will have food in the United States I just think we're going to pay more for it It's low income countries that get a tremendous amount of food whether you in World Food Program Dan where I'm afraid we're going to see a tremendous amount of hunger in the family that comes from it And so Ukraine puts 50 million metric tons of corn and weight into the export markets In addition to the core and that they export they are responsible for about half of the sunflower oil in the world And so when you when you talk about low income countries through Asia and Africa they receive a tremendous amount of their food supply through the UN World Food Program and the number one contributor to that Food Program is the food that comes from the Ukraine So that is a big big issue there's another issue with that and that Russia is also a large exporter of wheat And they are the largest exporter of fertilizer that we use all over the world

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House passes bill banning race-based hair discrimination

AP News Radio

00:49 sec | 2 months ago

House passes bill banning race-based hair discrimination

"The house passes a bill to prohibit discrimination based on hair the house voted to thirty five to one eighty nine to prohibit discrimination on the basis of hair texture and hairstyles like here that's tightly coiled curled warning corn rows twist braids or afros the bill now goes to the Senate where its fate is uncertain president Biden has already said that he would sign the bill Ohio congressman Jim Jordan during floor debate was surprised this bill was a priority bills not about increasing domestic production of energy so we don't have five dollar gas the bill is not about dealing with the inflation problem the forty year high inflation problem that this country faces other Republicans who voted against the measure said protections against discrimination already exist in several federal laws I'm

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A Good Reuben (MM #4012)

The Mason Minute

01:00 min | 2 months ago

A Good Reuben (MM #4012)

"The NASA minute. With Kevin mason. Every year on Saint Patrick's Day, I don't think green beer, I think corned beef. And when my mind goes to corned beef, it goes to a Ruben sandwich. I know I've talked about this before. It's been a few years though, that search for a good Reuben sandwich here in Nashville. I mean, it's sad when Arby's does their room in every so often. And I think about going and buying one. And I usually buy one during their season when they've got the Reuben. It's never that good. But Rubens are just so hard to find in the south. As we all know what corn beef may be something celebrated in Ireland or in the UK, the Reuben sandwich a cousin to the corned beef sandwich is really an American creation. When you add the sauerkraut and a thousand island dressing or the Russian dressing or however, you make yours. I think it was created in Nebraska back in the 20s or 30s. It's an American creation. It's an American sandwich, and I don't know why I love a Reuben so much. I don't know how long it's been since I first had one, probably going back to the 1970s, maybe. I'll keep searching every day as he went on a menu and all of these try at once, but sadly, the search for a good Reuben continues.

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A Good Reuben (MM #4012)

The Mason Minute

01:00 min | 2 months ago

A Good Reuben (MM #4012)

"The NASA minute. With Kevin mason. Every year on Saint Patrick's Day, I don't think green beer, I think corned beef. And when my mind goes to corned beef, it goes to a Ruben sandwich. I know I've talked about this before. It's been a few years though, that search for a good Reuben sandwich here in Nashville. I mean, it's sad when Arby's does their room in every so often. And I think about going and buying one. And I usually buy one during their season when they've got the Reuben. It's never that good. But Rubens are just so hard to find in the south. As we all know what corn beef may be something celebrated in Ireland or in the UK, the Reuben sandwich a cousin to the corned beef sandwich is really an American creation. When you add the sauerkraut and a thousand island dressing or the Russian dressing or however, you make yours. I think it was created in Nebraska back in the 20s or 30s. It's an American creation. It's an American sandwich, and I don't know why I love a Reuben so much. I don't know how long it's been since I first had one, probably going back to the 1970s, maybe. I'll keep searching every day as he went on a menu and all of these try at once, but sadly, the search for a good Reuben continues.

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A Good Reuben (MM #4012)

The Mason Minute

01:00 min | 2 months ago

A Good Reuben (MM #4012)

"The NASA minute. With Kevin mason. Every year on Saint Patrick's Day, I don't think green beer, I think corned beef. And when my mind goes to corned beef, it goes to a Ruben sandwich. I know I've talked about this before. It's been a few years though, that search for a good Reuben sandwich here in Nashville. I mean, it's sad when Arby's does their room in every so often. And I think about going and buying one. And I usually buy one during their season when they've got the Reuben. It's never that good. But Rubens are just so hard to find in the south. As we all know what corn beef may be something celebrated in Ireland or in the UK, the Reuben sandwich a cousin to the corned beef sandwich is really an American creation. When you add the sauerkraut and a thousand island dressing or the Russian dressing or however, you make yours. I think it was created in Nebraska back in the 20s or 30s. It's an American creation. It's an American sandwich, and I don't know why I love a Reuben so much. I don't know how long it's been since I first had one, probably going back to the 1970s, maybe. I'll keep searching every day as he went on a menu and all of these try at once, but sadly, the search for a good Reuben continues.

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A Good Reuben (MM #4012)

The Mason Minute

01:00 min | 2 months ago

A Good Reuben (MM #4012)

"The NASA minute. With Kevin mason. Every year on Saint Patrick's Day, I don't think green beer, I think corned beef. And when my mind goes to corned beef, it goes to a Ruben sandwich. I know I've talked about this before. It's been a few years though, that search for a good Reuben sandwich here in Nashville. I mean, it's sad when Arby's does their room in every so often. And I think about going and buying one. And I usually buy one during their season when they've got the Reuben. It's never that good. But Rubens are just so hard to find in the south. As we all know what corn beef may be something celebrated in Ireland or in the UK, the Reuben sandwich a cousin to the corned beef sandwich is really an American creation. When you add the sauerkraut and a thousand island dressing or the Russian dressing or however, you make yours. I think it was created in Nebraska back in the 20s or 30s. It's an American creation. It's an American sandwich, and I don't know why I love a Reuben so much. I don't know how long it's been since I first had one, probably going back to the 1970s, maybe. I'll keep searching every day as he went on a menu and all of these try at once, but sadly, the search for a good Reuben continues.

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If Kremlin Use Carlson's Clips, What if China Uses LeBron's Clips?

Mike Gallagher Podcast

01:52 min | 2 months ago

If Kremlin Use Carlson's Clips, What if China Uses LeBron's Clips?

"Published this big expose that the Kremlin supposedly is issuing a memorandum or has issued a memorandum, advancing Tucker Carlson's commentary from Fox News. In Russia, in other words, mother Jones and David corn alleging if you know anything about David corn, this is not a guy who's in the middle. He's not objective. He's a far left journalist. But the far left narrative is that Tucker Carlson of Fox News channel is an agent or a pawn or a tool of Vladimir Putin. So riddle me this Batman, what are you going to do if we get into a major showdown with China, what are they going to say about the LeBron James of the world? As it applies to China. What are they going to do with the NBA or Major League Baseball or any of these big woke professional sports leagues that are in bed with China? What are they going to do about Facebook and all these big companies and big tech in bed with China? If China assists Russia and according to the what the Biden administration is saying, that will absolutely be a bridge too far. And we'll have to take on China, what's LeBron James going to say about China then? More to the point, what are the same far lefties who are condemning Tucker Carlson going to say? About the lefties like LeBron James. Who are in bed with China. That'll get

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Will Zelenskyy Speak to the Israel Knesset Next?

Mark Levin

01:04 min | 2 months ago

Will Zelenskyy Speak to the Israel Knesset Next?

"On Tuesday Ukrainian ambassador you have Jenny corn cook is expected to me with Knesset chairman Mickey levy The official said the corner truck continues to make clear to levy that the only option as far as zelensky is concerned is a video speech in the Knesset plenum and not a Zoom call which only include a few MKs If the Knesset does not happen zelensky is looking at other options I mean he spoken to the United States Senate He spoken to parliament Now let us hope he'll be able to speak to the Israeli Knesset And if not you folks in Israel your government The way it's set up as utterly corrupt You knock out a Netanyahu for a guy that doesn't have 5 members in the Knesset That's what's wrong with the parliamentary system by the way It's what's wrong with democracy little dean as opposed to republicanism little R And that's the truth

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"corn" Discussed on Dr. Drew Podcast

Dr. Drew Podcast

06:49 min | 4 months ago

"corn" Discussed on Dr. Drew Podcast

"Everybody welcome doctor podcast is usually, you know, I want you to do all those good things to keep us going here. Appreciate it very much. Do check out also the streaming show at doctor grew TV and don't forget to follow us on the very social media platforms. I've been doing some Instagram lives lately. So obviously, Dr. Drew Pinsky and also over it, TikTok at Dr. Drew to some live stuff there too. Look for me there. Appreciate the follows and appreciate your being here today and part of the corolla enterprise. Today, my guest is Robert corn revere. He is a First Amendment attorney. Adjunct scholar at the Cato institute, book is the mind of the sensor and the eye of the beholder. The First Amendment and the sensors dilemma. Robert, thank you for joining us. Happy to. Thank you. So the obvious place to tell us to start a tell us a little bit about the book. Well, the book just came out last month from Cambridge University press. It is a book that basically talks about the value of the First Amendment by looking at examples of those who are sensors. What is the mind of the sensor and how does that differ from the spirit of liberty, which is something that I think really encompasses the broader value of freedom of expression? And it seems like we live in a time where, in my lifetime, I can't remember it becoming so acute. I mean, I guess in the 60s there was a similar sorts of different, but phenomenology flying around around freedom and censorship. And now it's gotten very strange. I think probably because of social media and the Internet where there are sensors that are extremely arbitrary. This whole version, this whole notion of third party fact checkers who are let's just take it from a scientific perspective. They're not scientists. They're not familiar with the literature, they're coming on. They have no business, being even in the conversation. And yet they are determining what isn't is not appropriate for an environment like a public square environment, such as social media, and were it not for the fact that social media accepts plenty of money and guidance from the federal government, I mean, you can it's easy to say it's a private enterprise and their title do whatever they want to do. But there's a little more going on with that. How do you interpret all that? Well, you're getting right to the most complex questions right away, aren't you? I'm afraid so. What is bothering me? Well, it's bothering many people right now because of the whole phenomenon of social media. Keep in mind, we're dealing with an amazing social experiment for the past 25 years with the Internet, where for the first time in human history, every individual live with access to the Internet has access to a worldwide audience. That's never existed in the history of the world and communications policy makers throughout the 20th century look for ways to get more people able to speak to a broader audience. So we have that for the first time. And the question that you're raising about social media platforms and their content policies goes to whether or not, as you acknowledge, private businesses have the ability or the right to determine what kind of community they want to foster. It is through the ability of platforms to provide access to the rest of us to third party speakers that the Internet is what it is and has created the form that it is. But by the same token, those social media platforms are not the government. They're not the entity that is engaged in censorship and maybe we should define that term, because when you look at it in terms of First Amendment law, the constitutional protections we have are protections against government actions, not private actions. Typically what we think of when the government restricts speech that censorship win a private entity does. That's editing. That's selling rules for that private form. So we're talking about very different things. Where it gets cloudy to me is where I look at the public media, excuse me, the social media forum as the public square. I mean, why is it phenomenologically different than a physical space we call the public square? Which is maintained by the government. It's not doesn't belong to the government. They may even belong to the businesses surrounding the square, but it's maintained by the government for access and for the good of the tragedies, so the tragedy of the commons doesn't develop. And so there is access to stand up on a platform and render free speech. It's protected by the government. Why can't we do that or what is different about this electronic space from the actual physical space of public sphere? There are a couple of things about that. One is, what is called the public forum doctrine, evolve through the 20th century in First Amendment law. And that is kind of think of it as kind of like a First Amendment easement on public property. And that is, as the Supreme Court put it from time immemorial public streets, parks, sidewalks have been considered to be places for public communication. And so people will do parades or protests or things like that. And there's subject to very limited rules for what the government can do. A social media platform is different in that it's not owned by the government. It's not governed by constitutional rules. And it's certainly arguable that those entities should be able to determine what kind of community they want to foster for people who participate in those. Spaces. And another main difference is when you're talking about the government, it has a monopoly on control over public property. And that is, you know, either if the government says you can't march in the streets, that applies to everybody. Social media platforms come in all shapes and sizes. People who don't like one can move to another. And some are certainly larger and more influential with others. No question about that. But if they weren't always that way, and alternatives have grown up over time. So there are a lot of differences between the private spaces that exert control over what kind of terms and policies. As opposed to government controlled spaces that are subject to constitutional rules. You know, it just occurs to me that it reminds me of Alex Alexis to talk Phil's observations in 1824 that he essentially wrote in on democracy or democracy in America..

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"corn" Discussed on Out of Bounds Podcast

Out of Bounds Podcast

03:43 min | 4 months ago

"corn" Discussed on Out of Bounds Podcast

"Now to my guest this week, Dan corn. We kind of jump right into the episode so we don't really explain who he is, so I guess I will. He's a guide. Certified guide has his Abbey level three. It's a pro level two. He's a leave no trace trainer. He's a wilderness first responder. Certified rock guide, Alpine guide, ski guide, mountain guide. This guy is a he's a guide. Let's just put it like that. Dan corn is a guide. Many of you guys might know him or recognize him or maybe not even know you recognize him from the 50 project he was in summit fever. He is the chill pro skier guide, I think is what they call him in the video. But we talk about some at fever and skiing with Cody and Nick and Bjorn. And we just kind of talk about everything and being with those athletes at that level and making the right decisions. And then we go into talking about guiding and working with clients and dealing with clients. And Dan is just a super humble human being. It was an absolute pleasure and honor to speak with him. It was just fun. We just had a great conversation and, you know, I hope to have that outlook that he has. So listen the episode, let me know what you think. That's as simple as that. We're gonna get right into this episode. Here's.

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"corn" Discussed on Brownfield Ag News

Brownfield Ag News

03:57 min | 9 months ago

"corn" Discussed on Brownfield Ag News

"In the state of the corn checkoff l. o. ever one i'm reunion. Brentwood illinois corn connection on brownfield a content partnership with illinois corn this week illinois corn marketing board chairman mark wilson gives an update on the corn checkoff program how funds are being spent in the return on investment. It provides for corn farmers. He also touches on how farmers can get involved in how illinois corn works with other partners on checkoff program's all coming up next on brownfield. Do more in twenty twenty two with the power of tara sim by new leaf. -biotics if you're looking for cutting edge biological technology terrorism him delivers and we have the yield data to prove it or twenty. Twenty growing season saw a win. Rate of seventy nine percent for corn with a four point. Five bushel per acre advantage and seventy five percent for soybeans. Were the two point. Oh bushel per acre advantage terrorism increases yields improves nutrient uptake and strengthens crops. For over. four years. We've partnered with growers for infield testing time maximize yields and to keep advancing our technology. Use terra sem alone or combined with existing conventional agriculture products traits and practices for more convenience yield and consistency. Plus terrorists is now available in our new hassle free direct planner box application for both corn and soybeans from planting to harvest. Do more in two twenty two with tara sim by new lease in -biotics learn more by visiting terrorism. Twenty twenty two dot com mark. Wilson is chairman of the illinois corn marketing board. He tells brownfield a us grains council study shows for every dollar spent by the us government toward the checkoff program. They see a nineteen dollar return from items like taxes and exports and he sees similar value in the illinois corn checkoff program every farmer when they sell bushel corn five eight percent goes to check off board. The board is made up of fifteen farmers from across the state of illinois and we use that money we invest it for these farmers to get a return on their investment. I mean we invest it and you screens counselor who works in promoting our products overseas offices in twenty eight different countries. We also use it in Pcm which precision conservation management which is helping farmers to be able to see the advantages of cover crops different timing nitrogen and also on their tila juices that actually puts economics to every one of those and that's been a tremendous success for it so when we look over what we do with the money we look at it as a farmer and so we don't spend anything frivolously near laser focused on trying to get the best return for the farmers who contribute to this check off dollar. He says there are several partners working for illinois corn farmers. You're doing projects with Missouri on ethanol. We're doing projects with right now. If that pcm deal there's kentucky nebraska Some other states coming in on that the other places we work with our us sprains council the us meat export federation us egg and poultry export division. And we're not all working on the same thing independently. If we find out somebody else's working we work together on that rather that Two of us going independently. We're doing everything we can to maximize the dollars that the farmers trust us to do what we can do to better inform the public about what we do as farmers and that we're doing a good job and also help everybody know that we're doing everything to export it and get it overseas. He encourages farmers to contact your district director for updates that wraps up this edition of illinois corn connection on brownfield..

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"corn" Discussed on Brownfield Ag News

Brownfield Ag News

07:24 min | 9 months ago

"corn" Discussed on Brownfield Ag News

"Through their investment in the minnesota corn checkoff corn. Growers are fueling research initiatives that build a more sustainable future for farmers and all minnesotans the minnesota corn podcast introduces you to the individuals who are shaping future act practices identify new markets and promoting agriculture with the non-farming public or gifts for this episode. Is bob dressing manager of farm at the are at the university of minnesota arboretum for our listeners. That aren't familiar with the arb- give us some background on on farm at the bottom the itself it's about twelve hundred acres it's in itself mostly horticulture We got the research center with the apple the trees in the vying but they decided to bring the story of production agriculture to the arboretum since the university of minnesota is a big school. They wanted to bring that aspect to the arboretum. And the minnesota corn growers association was the first one to jump on board support. That and we really think for that. So we've got a you know several other responses well donations some big donors in the agriculture industry. And they decided to bring this out here to tell the story. There's a lot of people that really are so disconnected from the fire. I know like my grandparents generation back in the early nineteen hundred i would say. Seventy percent of the people had connections or grew up on a farm. Well now in. This day and age. I i don't even know what the percentage is. But it's not big that the community or or you know. The population really doesn't understand agriculture. In the story of it you know they they read about it. They probably saw some stuff but they they really don't get that that field to be in there and that's what we're doing here at the farm if the irs is Is we're killing that so people could come out to the brigham In come up to the fire and see what's going on. See what agra agriculture productions happening now. So tell me three from the past the present to the future and within that. You know. we'll do like what i've done you know. We'll do like walking through the field. You'll have conventional corn on one side and bt corn on the other and you know around the brady beans etc and i'm including a lot of a lot of Production that is known to the state of minnesota. Now for me. Growing up on a dairy farm. I pretty much just planted corn beans alfalfa and some small green. Well hear the. I'd rate them. We get to our. I get to rather Plant other things that. I'm not so familiar with but is a part of the story of minnesota agricultural production Next year plan on putting in sugarbeet for example I'm going to go to A plant some small edible beans next year. Which i've never done which is more common in in northern minnesota in red river valley. There's there's several other things that that i get to do here in you. Know to teach and show our members and our death what does three of agriculture is all about. And you know encourage people when they stop is if they see me. Come over and ask me if you don't know if you've got any questions please engage me. You know i try to answer the best. I can you know and i i want people understand that the food just doesn't come from the grocery store There is there is worth behind it. And how this has grown where this is where this comes from so we encourage people to to really come out here and take a good luck of what's going on in the story of production agriculture bob. You're so right about that shift from rural to urban in the last century and realizing that you just joined a year ago the farm at the arb- and with kobe restrictions. I'm not sure. How many interactions. You've been able to have with people that come out to the farm but when you've talked to visitors what are some of the common questions you mentioned you know having some conventional corn next to bt corn They'll probably look at that and not realize there's a different. So what are some of the questions. And what are some of the clarifications that you really wanna make sure to provide well. The biggest thing is when you're walking through it you know we're set up so that the path watt ru like you're walking through the middle of the cornfield so you can see the differences between the two But it's something that you know without me being there they they may not yet. Okay this side is to be e cornyn you know right now why is that you know cleaner than the other corn. You know then conventional corn. You know there's there's a lot of questions if they have you know not only with corn but with other crabs as you know what is this growing i had a i had some people stopping asked me other day. What is this plan is blooming right now while i've got i've got buckley growing and they asked me are you. Are you truly a farmer. And i said yeah i said well you know i find to twenty four years on my own. You know milking cows aged. I guess that qualifies me and they said laughing. They said well the it was a in a mom who's probably in her seventies and the kids are probably in their forties and they said yeah. They grew up on applying down in southern wisconsin. So it's really neat to talk to these people and they're not sure you know what questions to ask but they they see by looking. There is a difference between this crap and that crap whether it be corner around the brady cornyn in why is that. And that's what we're there to answer. You know to to get those questions answered so they they have a better understanding of what's really going on in in agriculture in minnesota today in you nailed it right there. There are a lot of questions and it really matters where the answers come from. And if people are going to the internet to find answers they can come across a lot of misinformation. And i know that's something important to commodity groups throughout the state including the minnesota corn growers in they have become involved in in farm at the arb- what's their level of involvement in. What specifically are they doing to help. Support the programming. Well while the early summer they came out and had one of their take conventions but one of their meetings out here at the break them. And then i got to speak to him as well and you know it early stages yet but they are highly involved like i said they were the first one to jump on board to get this out here but we also have some event that are going on that from support of the minnesota corn grows association. For example. we've got a farm crawl with called and corn and more it's the digital scavenger hunt. That visitors can access using their Take some basically on a tour of the flower completing the scavenger hunt. Visitors can stop by the eyebrows and gift shop door and receive a gift in minnesota corn association. That's one event that they're sponsoring the other one is They're hosting corners everywhere which is under weekend of september eleventh and twelfth and encourage people to come out to the arboretum.

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"corn" Discussed on The Times: Daily news from the L.A. Times

The Times: Daily news from the L.A. Times

05:24 min | 10 months ago

"corn" Discussed on The Times: Daily news from the L.A. Times

"Has never allowed the production of genetically modified corn or gmo corn for short. Now the country plans to also banned. The import of gmo corn about sixteen billion tons per year used to feed livestock. And it wants to stop all use of lifeless eight by twenty twenty four mexican president under manuel lopez over or says. The moves are necessary to preserve the country's culinary heritage but will it lead to an agricultural and economic disaster for the country. Our guest today. San francisco based reporter rene alexander and the founder of a company devoted to buying from mexican farmers who grow non gmo corn the nobel laureate octavio passes credited with this great quote. The invention of corn by mexicans is only comparable to the invention of fire by man. It's included in a recent story by rene alexandre and seem ron set for the counter. A really cool food publication in that story the two of them examined the impact of what the ban of gmo corn and lifeless eight would mean to mexico and the renee. Welcome to the times. Thank you. I'm pleased to be your in one thousand nine hundred four. The north american free trade agreement or nafta for short it took effect and it was a treaty between mexico. Canada and the united states. That allowed the us to sell cheap corner mexico and as the two of you wrote in your story at the place two million farmers at least in mexico and most of them either went to cities in mexico most likely ended up in the united states. Millions of people and recently former president trump. He tried to replace nafta with another treaty so did that change at all the dynamic between corn in the us and mexico. I'm not sure that we can demonstrate that It has made that much of a difference Just since that went into effect on. But what i can say is when you go into the countryside where corn farming is such a big deal you see the devastation that has come from the inability of corn farmers to make a living selling corn and many of those communities. You will find that almost all of the men there have come to the. Us to work they come to the us. They make money they send it back home to their communities and when they have sent enough money back to their communities than they return in their communities are where they want to be but they just can't make a living on corn. I mean that was my family. Then this is going back in the sixties and fifties and it's something that keeps happening in mexico farmers being displaced. Then you start. Seeing though innovations in the world of corn gleefully say gmo corn and both were quickly adopted in the united states. What did that do to the dynamic between the us and mexico in the us the ability to grow all that commodity corn Means that you have to plug into this turnkey system of agriculture. That means that you are using the genetically modified corn. You're spring the chemicals on it. You're using the machinery you're using the grain elevators this entire turnkey system that is set up. And if you don't wanna do that it's really really hard to break out of that system. What that meant for mexico is that so much of that. Corn was created. We have such a surplus of corn. And we need a market for that corn so with nafta and these trade agreements mexico was required to take all of this corn from us and that crashed the price across the border. Now there have been some pushes to get mexico to also adopt these practices and these companies like formerly known as monsanto now owned by bear. These companies are really pushing to be able to use the technology in mexico but because corn is such a sacred crop in this country. There is a lot of pushback from indigenous groups now that lopez obrador is the president. He is a lot more supportive of these indigenous groups. So we're seeing more of a national push among the government to support this now. The interesting thing about this corn is that it really has to be grown in flat areas in order to use tractors in order to use all this machinery but in southern mexico where it's very mountainous and the landscape is very steep. You can't use this type of equipment and so southern mexico is where this native corn. These landrace is that have been passed down from generation to generation that is thriving in southern mexico. Because there's no way you're going to be able to replace this with those agricultural practices and so the southern mexicans are the ones who are really driving this change to make sure that they no longer have to compete with this commodity corn and why has gmo corn and also lifeless as. Why have there you spend so controversial in mexico but also among food activists in the united states. Well people don't really like the idea of eating food. That's been genetically modified and people also don't like the idea of eating food that has been drenched in pesticides and herbicides. It's genetically modified so that they can spray these chemicals directly on the crops. It will kill the other weeds around it but the crops themselves will basically drink up these.

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"corn" Discussed on Plantrama

Plantrama

05:21 min | 10 months ago

"corn" Discussed on Plantrama

"Well speaking of practicality we mentioned the uneven growth of kernels of corn and if people when they are harvesting corn at this time of year which they may be If you notice that you have an ear of corn or many ears of corn that don't have that many colonels it's because it hasn't been well pollinated because each one of those colonels indicates one pollination right l. right the silk each one of those silks will create a colonel if it is effectively pollinated. But if it's not pollinated you get very few kernels on the ear of corn. It's amazing that first of all we get corn that is as well formed as it is so if you have grown perhaps corn in just a line or you only have a few plants maybe you decided to it for your kids to see what corn looked like when it grows you might have uneven pollination and fewer colonels the other problem that people can have in a garden is with raccoons because raccoons can scope out a corn patch from you know miles around and just as your corn is getting ripe. They will come and eat. I last year. We planted corn behind our allotment garden. Because somebody didn't take that Plot that was behind us and so in order to prevent it from going to weeds into use the space we tilt it up and we planted corn there and we had quite a sizable corn planting. We were very excited about it. And the day that we went thinking that we could harvest our first ears. We saw that. The raccoons had been there the night before they had shocked every single corncob on right on the star even taken off they just shut it on the stock eight all the corn off. Yeah so you didn't get a single ear not a single ear. Every single one was peeled and eaten so if you do have raccoons in your area know that this is a problem and it is not easily solved. You'll will read things like all put a radio outside..

"corn" Discussed on Plantrama

Plantrama

04:14 min | 10 months ago

"corn" Discussed on Plantrama

"My question is is it worth doing in the home garden. And here's why you have to plant corn about ten to twelve inches apart in the garden and because it is kind of air pollinated not be pollinated. You can't plant it in just a straight line for good corn pollination you need a block of corn and the bigger the better and you get maybe two years per stock. So do the math. You know if you only get about six years of corn per yard in the garden you need a fair size garden. In order to grow any amount of corn which is one reason why i've never grown corn. But you make me wonder if you have to grow corn in a block for good pollination. How big what would you say. Is the minimum size that that blocked needs to be. Does it have to be four. Rose by four rose five rose by like what does a person need. How does a person need to start with a good sized block. I would say you need to start with a block. That is at least four feet by four feet. And that's not going to give you a lot of corn but in terms of pollination i think that's kind of the minimum you know a corn is probably not the best crop for somebody who's growing in smaller raised beds for that reason you know because you could take up an entire four by eight block of a raised bed just with corn and that's not all that many ears of corn and people love corn so much but there's not much return on your investment there but but what i'm thinking is and i've seen this done in. Many places is the old native american philosophy of the three sisters. You know where you plant the corn and in the same mound you plant the corn which grows up an acts as a stake the bean at the base which climbs the stalk of the corn.

"corn" Discussed on Brownfield Ag News

Brownfield Ag News

03:59 min | 10 months ago

"corn" Discussed on Brownfield Ag News

"Managing corn route worm. Hello i'm meagan grabner and this is managing for profit on brownfield a content partnership with dekalb corn route worm is one of the most damaging pass corn producers face every year in this managing for profit. Dekalb agro technical agronomist. Jeff steeler of south dakota offer some tips for managing the yield robbing past for the next growing season. We'll find out more on brownfield right after this whether you compete on the court at the track on the field or in the fields winning is just a goal. it's a mindset shaped honed and defied throughout the season that's why farmers pushing themselves to be the best plant cow brand corn wherever you compete. Winning has roots perform at your best with dekalb always read and follow green marketing and all other stewardship practices and pesticide label directions at as grow farmers love to talk about the soybean bushels. We helped the meal but all we can talk about. Is the one. Bushel we did. You know that one buried deep in the genetics. We haven't extracted yet. We're going to find that bushel. Some my call our passion for one more bushel quote slightly embarrassing or quote totally cringed ad. They don't understand every bushel manners. we do. that's why as grow leads. The way always read and follow green marketing and all other stewardship practices and pesticide label directions. Dekalb technical agronomist chess bieler says now is the right time to start planning for the twenty twenty. Two growing season especially if growers are facing corn. Route worm pressure. We've probably done some digging. Maybe we're looking at beetle numbers on the field and we're seeing those adult numbers to a significant level on. We've got concerned for the following year. We need to take some appropriate steps to manage out. Accordingly you know you can do Adult beetle you know application insecticide application right now. If you feel those numbers require that that's gonna. It's not gonna do anything for you this year unless you know we had numbers high enough to see some so clipping that would have impacted donation won't really doing is looking at control for the following year or the year after on when we are making those beadle applications right now so that's probably the key thing to look at here You know when we start looking at next the following year the year after you know the the big question is the decision you have to make. Are you going to go to continue to corey again. The following year Or you're going to rotate to soybeans. And if the is high rotating soybeans is always your best option that allows you to break that cycle specially if western corner ormuz is the major passed out. They're going to soybeans. You'll break that cycle. He tells brown tail he starts tax. Pro technology offers growers a stronger line of defense against corn route. Worm pressure the next generation corner or protection you know that has three modes of action. So that's really a game changer. From from a trade standpoint from cornell protection so what what's more sacks pro as it's a combination of smart stacks technology that we use today with the addition of the rna. Ai technology on. That really improves our protection. Overall so not only allows us to control i in star corn worm larvae but also the second and third in star which is really a game changer. So we've been doing route digs with this technology that performances extremely good The protection if we do need to go back continuous corn. You know. obviously we're gonna wanna use a smart stack technology at the minimum and on here going forward. You know looking at the smart snacks pro. Andy says smart tax pro offers growers protections against more than just corn route arm. So you still have your full package of insect protection for above and below ground right. So yes european. Cornball and all of the above and below ground pastor we currently control with marched stacks and making grabner with managing for profit on brownfield a content partnership with dekalb..

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"corn" Discussed on Circle Round

Circle Round

07:33 min | 1 year ago

"corn" Discussed on Circle Round

"Around a bend. She saw something that stopped her right in her tracks woah before her was a massive field of corn wro after row of bright green stocks stretched up toward the sky and each stock was bursting with plump. Sweet cobs all. These hopping around sure has hungry. I think i'll have just one. Nibble rabbits snatched a cobb and shucked off the bright green. Husk she took a bite. Wow this is the freshest sweetest corn. I've ever tasted as she chewed on the corn with her sharp teeth. Her sharp mind began chewing on a plan. You know. I can think of a bunch of animals who love a taste of corn. This sweet i could sell a thousand bushels of this stuff. I'd be rich than it occurred to her. This field must belong to a farmer and farmers do not appreciate finding rabbits in their fields especially rabbits. Who are snatching remember. Rabbit was speedy. She figured she could pick at least one bushel. Without getting caught there was just one problem. How can i get rich. Selling just one bushel of corn. I know just what to do in the blink of an eye rabbit dirty down a row of stocks and grabbed a few dozen corn. Cobs exactly one bushels worth. She tossed the cops in an old burlap sacks she found and dragged them back to her burrow once there she brushed her for smooth her whiskers and put on her most winning smile then. She grabbed three cobs of corn and hip hop to the old rotting log. We're cockroach lived. Good morning coach. Good morning rabbit. What brings you here today. Well let's just say. I have a business proposition for you. Tell me cockroach do you let corn feet insects. Tiny is lit up like corinth. I love it. I thought so. Listen i'm selling one. Bushel of the freshest sweetest corn you've ever tasted in. I wanted you to be the first to know about it me really yes you here. Have a bite rabid handed cobb to cockroach. It's the freshest sweetest corn i've ever tasted. what are you asking for this one. Bushel of fresh sweet corn for you rabbit grinned five. Silver pieces cockroach nearly jumped out of her. Shell silver pieces. That's what a. What can i say. I aim to please. So what do you say called growth in cockroach. Thought for a moment. This seems like an offer she couldn't refuse. Yeah i- fantastic mimi outside my borough in exactly one hour. No sooner not later. And don't forget your five silver pieces. We'll see you in exactly one hour as rabbit leapt away. She smiled to herself. My plan is work. I'm gonna make a fortune. rabbits next. Stop was a machine marshy spot beside the river where duck lived. Good morning. greetings rabbit. What brings you here today. Well let's just say. I have a business proposition for you. Tell me duck. Do corn duck's tail feathers quivered love corn. Almost as much as i love creepy crawlies. You know worms slugs cockroaches. I knew it. Listen i'm selling one. Bustle of the freshest sweetest corn you've ever tasted in. I wanted you to be the first to know about it. You don't say i do say here. Have a bite. Robert handed a cobb to duck This is the freshest sweetest corn i've ever tasted. What are you asking for this one. Bushel of fresh sweet corn for you rabbit beamed five silver pieces duck. Let out a surprised quack. Just five silver pieces. That's unheard of. What can i say. I aim to please. So what do you say. Dak u. n. duck thought for a moment. This seemed like an offer she couldn't refuse. Yes indeed. i'm in outstanding. Meet me outside my borough in exactly one hour in one minute. No sooner no later and don't forget your five silver pieces absolutely see you in exactly one hour and one minute. As rabbit bounced away. She had an extra spring in her. Step this is easier than i thought. Just one more stop to go. Rabbit made her way to a thick cluster of bushes in the middle of the forest. Where fox lived before we go on one thing. You should know about fox like rabbit. He also was one of the cleverest animals around and like rabbit. He also was a very cunning trickster. All right back to the story. Good morning fox the rabbit. What the brings you here today. Well let's just say. I have a business proposition for you. Tell me fox do let corn. Fox's ready perked up. I love gone almost as much as i love. Little critters frogs mice docks. I figured listen. I'm selling one. Bushel of the freshest sweetest corn you've ever tasted in. I wanted you to be the first to know about it My like the sound of that is you should hear how the bite robert handed a cobb to fox Dish is the freshest sweetest corn. I've ever tasted so. What are you asking. I bushel of fresh sweetcorn for you. Rabbits smiled five. Silver pieces fox cocked. His head. wait really just five suva pieces. That are still what can i say. I aim to please. So what do you say. Fox fox thought for a moment. This sure seemed like an offer he couldn't refuse but it sounded way too good to be true was rabbit out to one of her sneaky tricks again. There was only one way to find out. Sure rabbit. I'm in splendid mimi outside my borough in one hour in two minutes. No sooner no later and don't forget your five silver pieces you betcha you in exactly one.

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"corn" Discussed on The Stephen King Boo! Club

The Stephen King Boo! Club

03:33 min | 1 year ago

"corn" Discussed on The Stephen King Boo! Club

"On this guy. Should we consider raising the crucifying to twenty stone public policy and chris. What do you think we should do about these little murder murder friends in their their strange religion again. Somebody said napalm the so. Here's a question. I'm going to posit the scenario so that we ended up in the town you know. Just kinda dr who someplace and you just find yourself in the middle of this town and you realize when you're seeing the corn everywhere. Everything's book an empty well shit. I'm in a corn. I'm in a cornfield. i got corn. Cultic gosh darn it again. When you go into the gas station to use the bathroom and you come out and your cars been corned. Well fuck i mean. That's where that's where our scenario begins on this. That's what we're positive like no. Prep no gentrification like you are out there and your final girl on. Will's plan to kill one monster with an even. Bigger monster is horrifying. It's kind of like throwing throwing pennies. I don't know who's going to win out of that. But the gatlin lewis. Yeah callan allen loses. I mean i think the biggest question is like again. It's the cornfields. If if you're stuck in the town the best way is to get out and use the roads because the kids. They're not particularly smart now. If i had planning time i would just basically sort of get one of those old crop dusters and i would spray the fields with weed killer or whatever it is the ethical corn but then also airdropped like game boys and intendo ds or whatever the one switch. That's the one they're playing these days and basically just airdrop video game consoles and cartridges and televisions all for the kids. It's a very easily distracted to have electricity. They make a point of that in the movie. Though is that these. This cult does not allow the children to play or listen to music which is an accurate cult behavior in terms of like dishing out what is and is not acceptable behavior and making sure that the only enjoyable things are church functions. Like that's real shit. No for sure. It which is why part of the way to break that down is showing them. There's stuff although like honestly the best way to do it would basically to a destroy in target the cornfields. I then again i. I think the although it's a question of what the pesticides or weed killer work true but i mean we know gasoline ex. Yeah i mean that much is clear. Yeah the the fire. Could we just lake released. Some invasive like corn boring beetles or whatever. Can we just completely avoid 'cause then you know a bunch of people go bankrupt or whatever but they're more or less ally here's the it's just a question of would that work because when he's in the fields he talks about. Yeah there's nothing here. There's no insect weeds birds. There's nothing on the corn so but you could also take care of it with like a gender reveal party or something like nobody rockets. Something into the fields. Corn husks are notoriously flammable..

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"corn" Discussed on The Stephen King Boo! Club

The Stephen King Boo! Club

04:23 min | 1 year ago

"corn" Discussed on The Stephen King Boo! Club

"He wants to put this money into something productive right. So what are we going to do. He's going to turn. This is going to go to this. Small town in nebraska. Something someplace called gatlin he really kinda point somewhere on a map and it was like this place. Sounds good What he's gonna do we're going take or we're gonna we're gonna hire our old construction company from the From the overlay coach helps dez is i. I know they're still around and we're going to bulldoze those cornfields and build a luxury apartment with a stupid name. We rolled into the village oaks or like the gorn square. Emperor's new groove. everything will. Would you be sad though if i was rooting for the monster to kill all of the occupants of said luxury. I mean. i'm not. I don't own the building and building. It set up a very on the nose. Metaphor call it like something dumb like the corn plaza for the oaks at gatlin or something. Something really dumb. But the rent's gonna be dirty because it's the middle of nowhere. Welcome to my monster hunting crew. This is well we call him the gentrify go into gatlin and they'll get like a starbucks and maybe one those weird gastro pubs where they serve burgers a garbage can or something and we'll take it from there. I wanna make an argument for destroying the concept of faith middle america if i could be so bold as a city dweller. I think that we need to fully embrace the gay agenda and just make sure that no one in that town believes any gods whatsoever because if you can kill the concept of faith then there is no he who walks behind the rows. There's only things like marriage equality and shit and like planned parenthood's to if we can just pull that off. I think that we have a real chance. How do you break their faith. that's a toughie. Yeah a well-funded public school system off. It sounds it sounds a bit radical little extreme. This is nebraska bresca. We're talking about. We're going to have to get creative when we come to talk briefly about. I'm fascinated by the the the central metaphor of his movie. I'm sorry this is about to get real scholarly. I don't mean to interrupt your podcast. Oh go ahead. Go ahead fucking school's in session is typically when when you have horror about kids. It is about a fear of progress right like if you have like the scary kids from the omen and from any possession media really. It's like all. I'm afraid of people losing faith or whatever. This movie does the opposite. This is a movie about the fear of regression. Which i think is fascinating that you're saying we're afraid to the kids not because they're going to bring scary new ways. We're afraid of the kids because they're gonna undo all of the work. We did to not be controlled by the church. That is what i read from this movie. True and i mean if you wanna take that even further. It's like the kids are there are adhering to this. You know super austere old way of thinking literally empowers some old in the cornrows violence and it's keeping it alive and if they stop that tradition he'd kno he'd cease to exist right so really what we need to do is get universal humanitarianism into that community. So that it's like love based faith like just real cool by shit send scream about how if it doesn't love it's not real. Religion seemed to work. I mean you joke but like those kids were like. Oh yeah right right. Chris is about like maybe we shouldn't crucify weird. Hold on hold on..

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"corn" Discussed on The Stephen King Boo! Club

The Stephen King Boo! Club

03:32 min | 1 year ago

"corn" Discussed on The Stephen King Boo! Club

"Which i assume is a magic. The gathering a long hiatus of two years nineteen ninety eight. We have children the corn five fields of terror. Really returning to their roots. I appreciate that nine thousand nine hundred ninety. I want to talk about here. Routes nine hundred ninety nine releases children of the corn. Six six six fun branding. Their isaacs return. So i guess is it didn't happen in any of the ones but he's back baby at two years. Two thousand and one turned the corner revelation. Eight years go by and they're like you know what we should just do children in the corn again so took the corn no subtitles. Two thousand nine two that happened and then twenty eleven turn to the corn genesis twenty team. They're still making these sort of the corn runaway. Your guess is as good as mine. That one's a lionsgate film which is obscene and then october. Twenty third twenty twenty children of the corn. There are three separate movies called children of the corn. And i'm of the two thousand and the two thousand nine one was a television film Do kind of yeah. It was kind of like the first it moving and it was actually apparently Closer to the original short story than all of these others. Because stephen king only wrote one short story for children of the corn. And all of this other nonsense is just. It's not cannon folks. I views to entertain no desai. Who at lionsgate first off decided. This was a good movie. Pitch to green light like who thought. Third time's the charm. Now after this whole like line of movies that nobody knows about. Whose idea was it to give these people more money to make more of these movies wonder if it was a front seat. I know that we have to talk about the monsters in just a moment but we entertained the notion that perhaps this is some sort of money laundering thing it could be so the only theatrical releases are the ones from nineteen eighty-four the original the corn. The one thousand nine hundred version the final sacrifice and the twenty two and he was apparently the actor co cheese. Oh yeah currently podcasting about stephen king and i did not know about how does happen. Apparently it had a very limited release you know. Obviously because coca backstreet boys earn backstreet boys which which bandra we sat hiring l. I forget i. It's still smash breath. It's still smash out Apparently it's a prequel to the nineteen eighty-four four film. Oh good what do we need this rate. What else is there to explore. Okay can we just. We need to set ground rules right now. Are we discussing the monster as it exists within the original short story slash first movie or are we doing the entire corn. Go ahead.

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"corn" Discussed on Baby-Led Weaning Made Easy

Baby-Led Weaning Made Easy

08:07 min | 1 year ago

"corn" Discussed on Baby-Led Weaning Made Easy

"He guys welcome back today. We're gonna be talking about corn. And how do you introduce corn safely to your baby now. I love corn for baby led weaning but it can be a tricky food so there are a few nuances. I want to point out about corn for those of you. Guys who are avid listeners of the baby lead meaning made easy podcast. You might be aware that. I do two episodes a week so monday is a mini baby led weaning training episode of which this one is and thursday. I always do a guest expert interview talking to someone in the field of feeding nutrition or food on these mini b. L w training ones though. I love to start out with a baby lead meaning tip of the day and because we are talking about corn i sometimes. We'll get questions from parents about. Oh my gosh my baby headcorn. And then i'm seeing corn in the stool. Is that a problem. If the corns passing through into my baby's diaper. And i wanna let you know that the answer is no. It happens with adults sometimes right. There are certain components of food that are more challenging to digest or we don't completely digest but that's the point of having a well functioning expiratory system is at your body's doing its job greeting stuff it can't handle now. Does that mean you should not be feeding corn to your baby. No absolutely not your baby's still if they did eat any of it and remember in baby. Meaning there's not a ton of actual eating going on but as your baby becomes more proficient in self feeding. They will start to eat and then swallow and then digest some of that corn. But you might still see some changes in the diaper. Some actual intact pieces of corn. And that's not an indicator that you should not be eating food or that your baby's not digesting or handling it. You should be concerned if you ever see blood in your baby stool though. That's certainly a reason for concern but intact pieces of corn not a problem so let's go ahead and dive in talking about corn and how to offer corn safely to your baby so let's get started by talking about what corn is. Or maybe i what corn is. Not because sometimes i'll get questions from parents and caregivers like his corn good for you. I thought corn was not good for you. Here's the deal with. Corn corn is like many foods of fine for babies to have it. There is nothing harmful about corn. And it's not one of the major allergenic foods if it were. That wouldn't really matter because we still introduce babies to allergenic foods but sometimes parents are concerned about corn allergy. Corn allergy is certainly not one of the most prevalent food allergies by any stretch of the imagination. You could be allergic to corn just like you could be allergic to any food. But we don't have good hard data about corn allergy because it there's just not that much of it out there so corn from a nutrition standpoint. It is a good source of carbohydrate and if we look at carbohydrates fats and proteins are all important for babies but the majority of babies calories as transitioning to getting more nutrition from food unless from milk will become more reliant on carbohydrate used to be really high in fat in the breast milk and formula phase. Now we're getting carbohydrate as well as protein and fat so we need a variety of sources of carbohydrate and corn is a great one also has a good amount of fiber in it. it's got vitamin c in it and has some b. vitamins in it as well not to mention the taste and the texture and the flavor opportunities that it's affording your baby corn no problem with feeding our babies corn from a nutrition standpoint. Now what about when to feed babies corn. We'll talk a little bit about the different variations in which you can feed corn. But i personally do not feel comfortable doing corn on the cob for a baby until that baby has at least one tooth. Now i wanna point out that you do not need teeth to start. Baby led weaning but there are some foods that are simply easier for babies to eat when they actually do have a tooth or two and corn on the cob is one of them. I personally think there's nothing more adorable than watching a baby. Go to town on a corncob and once your babies get a little bit older. And they've got teeth and they're comfortable heating a variety of different foods. Corn cobs ones that keep babies occupied for infinite amount of time so they need to buy yourself a little time. Obviously we never leave our babies unattended at the high chair. Book corn on the cob. Great one now. What about the little kernels of corn. I also don't do those for earlier eaters because when your baby is six or seven months of age they don't have their pincer grasp to pick up the little kernels of corn yet even if they could in got them into their mouth like if you put him on a spoon shoved it into the baby's mouth the very small kernel size exactly the size of a piece of food that could potentially include your babies airway and pose a choking hazard so we do not do small tiny corn kernels shaped pieces of food early on in baby led weaning again a because babies can pick them up and feed it to themselves so we want to feed more age appropriate foods early on and furthermore we need baby to be practicing on those longer strips and spears of food before we moved them into the smaller pieces which comes a little bit later in feeding so hold off on the corn on the cob until they have a tooth or two and then hold off on the kernels corn by themselves until the baby has been practicing for a period of time such that you feel comfortable that they can handle smaller pieces without choking and also that they can pick it up and feed it to themselves so then how do we do corn for babies early on in weaning if you wanted to feed corn to your baby at six and seven months of each will have two suggestions for you. I love cornmeal rights or cornmeal is ground up. Corn can be used in a variety of different ways. I love to make polenta out of cornmeal. Point is one of my favorite first baby foods. I don't buy commercial polenta that you see in a tube at the store it just has too much sodium. But it's very easy to make. Polenta yourself with boiling water and corn meal. You can make it then into kind of thick porridge like consistency. That you could offer baby on a preloaded spoon. Where i actually wait until it cools a bit. Then i cut it into patties. Fry them and then cut those into strips and serve that to the baby another option for how you might wanna feed your baby. Cornmeal is with corn bread now again. We don't generally do commercial bread products for babies because the sodium is too high but you can find recipes to make corn bread for your baby that would not have too much sodium. Also you wanna keep an eye out for honey. A lot of the recipes for corn redwood honey and please remember we don't feed babies honey prior to one year of age. That's because of the potential for botulism risk so if a recipe has like one or two tablespoons of honey i'll just sub gavi syrup. Don't do generally added sugars for babies. A guy i can go back and forth with it. It's not technically added sugar. But it is a concentrated source of sweetness but again in very small quantities spread out after over an entire like skillet recipe of corn bread. I'm comfortable with one or two tablespoons of gavi syrup. Interestingly for food. I would feed my baby having said that about corey. I do wanna point out at candy very dry so find a recipe. That has a lot of fat in a lot of oil to make it moist. And we don't serve dry bread products to babies early on in feeding. You would definitely want to moisten that up with the dipper or topper. Sometimes at a lot of melted butter butter of course being a dairy product meaning. It has cow's milk protein in it. So you want to make sure your baby has been exposed to cow's milk protein foods a number of times without reaction before you add butter onto cornbread. That was the new food of the day. The corn bread. That is i also like to recode cheese on top of corn bread. As a way to soften it. Up and kind of make it less dry. Ricotta is achieved again but tends to be much lower in sodium than many other cheeses. One of my favorite goto. Winning breakfast is corn bread with some recode spread on top of it cornmeal in the corn. Bread is a great way to introduce your baby to corn. Another thing you can do for the introduction of corn is if you have kernels of corn can work them into a fritter or a patty recipe with other ingredients at the baby's already had fry that up. Cut it into strips. Serve the strips too. Your baby who can then pick it up. Take off a bye even if they take off a small bite in their mouth. They're the ones who are in control right. That's the point of baby led weaning that the baby is driving the feeding experience and then in that case the baby can be moving the food around their mouth. They're the ones spit a little bit out of it. But as they get more proficient vending learning how to chew and how to swallow so you could do corn bread. You could do polenta. You could do a corn fritter or a corn. Patty cut into strips for your baby. But i suggest holding off on the small individual kernels of corn until your baby's a little bit older and certainly there pincer girls and then also holding off on corn on the cob until the baby has a few teeth. Just be much more efficient at eating that food so there you have it just a couple of tips on how to safely. Offer corn to your..

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"corn" Discussed on P.S.A Podcast

P.S.A Podcast

03:55 min | 1 year ago

"corn" Discussed on P.S.A Podcast

"We have several traits that are in common. I will say we will disappear without saying anything. Knee. I will disappear NASA nothing I don't like I get tired of people quick. Yes. They it. All extra extra. Most of them was actually pretty cheap. I think that you. Know for most part Mac Home India pretty cheap. Just naturally, but both my parents exercise handled choice. Would you just said about the entire I get tired of people saying I'm not? Right and that's what I'm saying because this why hate these theorists as other people get out people quick or they are selfish and I'm like that's not true. 'cause. You not at all. At all. But Out? No. So then it says mccutchen is. And I go mine afterwards as somebody the group has only child like, how did what did you hear the most about you? I added that I was killed. And I really appreciate that a lot of it came from my my siblings Michael on my Dad's side. So lying of my dad like I have four sisters and one brother. So child support took up his whole check. So when he will get paid, it was go to them. It was my mother's family. They will step in do for things for me for Christmas and birthdays and stuff like that, and they saw dead as you spoil, you get the money. No money. I'll get to this this my mouth. So, they didn't understand that about me. They really don't own it to this day 'cause it's like one of my my US allies audion will need touching elephant. Well, just need I'm particularly about people touching things but. I don't think I was schooled. Yep. And now somewhat end who grew up with siblings. Now, you only had one blood Don't you got hill is All one in in house but you got a bunch of yes. So taking the situation before my sister's born. The I was never bombers with tonight. A cousin curses always out everybody was always house my grandfather to believe in kicking people out. So, I stay with I was never alone. So. All had the grow share. That's why callum used to being a share if you don't mind little. People, but now matter point in my life without. So much. Is Like I'm fine into enjoy being Bama's. We'd like to be by itself the stuff learning to be so. and we did episode I did absolute a few weeks ago where people try to demonize people for worrying about themselves. Now, of course, if you Senate all the time that's different at you, you need to worry about you sometimes and I feel like people don't do that enough. Now I will say we talking about usage GRANDPA was like when he Caribbean so of course, they don't believe kicking people out, but my mom ain't even ask adult. was coming so. That will happen to us. She wanted to see my arms on reach out to but even if she wasn't does my grandma.

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"corn" Discussed on P.S.A Podcast

P.S.A Podcast

07:50 min | 1 year ago

"corn" Discussed on P.S.A Podcast

"Our Good morning good evening. I. Am by neighbor and we are back with peace a podcast I don't know I know this, but we only got five episodes left right before season five ends. You know by the time the episode calm. You know will figure out who won the election will figure out if the world of just explode you know I was going to happen next but I do know. That I'M GONNA be. Rebels, so. Anyway today we have episode is always great today I really like this one because it's something near and dear to my heart, our today's episode titled. Children of the corn. The main reas-, you can be selfish aggressive as full. Even if you grow up with siblings, stop the madness I, write this Russia comes from a quote by Iain Banks that says, I am only child. So I'm happy with my own company don't really give only and another quote by Natalie Portman says, I'm an only child which is kind of bad because having a brothers sisters like another form of friendship that's something I missed that except I know I couldn't be doing what I'm doing now. I had brothers and sisters. And me. You know I get tired of people saying, let's do comments. You just like the only child you do because you're like, that's not necessarily true but you know whatever. So. It is what it is. But today tell me out this topic. I have two guests we're going to start lifting. Go left. Tell me wish were from my name is drake and from Houston Texas. Right here from Chicago. Are I both of these kind kinda similar fashions to the last set of guests have done episode before during the one with suicide season two and draper did the one with enjoying the single one of my bitter series this fall with j. by and was. All right. So. When you hear the word dog lesson lefter only child. Was the first word, that comes to mind? Alone. Holy. Okay waiter the worst sibling was I had to come to your mind. I'm sorry he's stumped already. Okay. So I'm. So I went ahead define the title, which is children of the corn. So first off when it comes to the title, you know. A college, the corn because after the world only children looked at children of the corn and I just don't I don't like it because definition according urban dictionary says unbelievably creepy key. It's who I will kill their parents. Now, this is the other definition from urban dictionary I'll still mad at them. Whereas momentum. That she's GonNa follow that natural saying. Okay well, thank you I asking. I'm mad at them because I submitted to them a phrase, they use it. With phrase CATNIP. Kennedy's Niggers. Okay. So a candidate is a person whereas like you can't. Say. Starting my homegirl Adrian started well, she stopped saying it so I go but it was a candidate after Jimmy like can't like. Isn't me Out Cat Catholic, it. Was a cat like a cat daddy. turned. into. Everything. Somebody not really but I mean if you. WanNa words, daytime down I had a whole definition. I gave sentences. They said, we're GONNA turn this word down. Here sentence. I think I said something like. what? The to the extent of. They didn't take out the trash that was very cat of you. In other mobile's like At the war was candidate will okay. Yeah. But we refer to somebody's a cat to use like. These negatives cats act. Young ladies, as cats. So what he called. You just. Oh my God. That's a good one. I. Think you said which outdoor captain can. Yell at their. Candy Show Okay All right but. So then the other definition with children the. That, I thought was crazy was a very nasty Bush on a chick that has exercise proper grooming hiding resulting in poor agricultural site between her thighs. Pursue. Controllable nowvember very own a very. In Definition and. You know next signed you know. Fellas you get your grid day you'll choose another corn. The corn it. No no no. No. This Is. Saying Including Candy. Corn. I don't think. I don't I don't i. Can't go into his truck he knows the girl. All. This girl she was it's the Grenell twitter and she. Actually gets the policy was like you make me. Can't be. Caller cookies. and. How as though she made it was basically child chocolate chip cookies Cancun instead. As. So she was like I was reading the comments. It was like you stupid will kill your Myrtle Beach Oab and I'm Li- Bra and there she said the fact that people are really threatening my life of these cookies. We was really interesting people in my d of mccue me. That's all it's funny to me. You posted, and now we get the comments I'M A. Dummy has. Who was phased candy corn allowed you to live like Offer. was. Going to be hanging to Kim Komando feet. You. We'll. Town. Hooker Corona Greenhouse. Alright. So finally off the back on time got off a minute according to Susan Newman PD DOT com says proponents of large logic families claim your only child will be spoiled only or selfish or worse. These sub stereotypes in others date back to the late eighteen nineties and have no basis in fact probably never did. It is a parenting style more than the number of siblings that flows only child or any child for that matter turns out. So? I like that because I hate how personally being on the job and having only children first of all. One,.

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"corn" Discussed on P.S.A Podcast

P.S.A Podcast

02:58 min | 1 year ago

"corn" Discussed on P.S.A Podcast

"WHOA. The privacy sport. PODCAST. PODCAST. Outside the box a real life it's. Clever narratives, original quotes and creative use of satire order to the audience from negative paradigm put. Persons brought this is by no means to them or best is, but instead encourages showcase the respect. It might not be before PSA designed to showcase to listen to the power of the mind is not a joke and if a personal control your mind and thought, they will also meet control their.

"corn" Discussed on Committed: The Entrepreneur Marriage

Committed: The Entrepreneur Marriage

04:33 min | 1 year ago

"corn" Discussed on Committed: The Entrepreneur Marriage

"Today's episode they are funny encouraging and open in sharing the challenges they faced especially as they added children to the whirlwind of Jeff's growing business listen in now as the corn shared their story. Hi Everyone, I'm really happy to welcome Ashley and Jeff Corn to the podcast today. How are you guys doing? Doing. Well, thanks for having. US. Good good. It's great to have you both and thank you for giving up some time a recording this on the Sunday afternoon. So and had a grandma sitter for. Their kiddos and they were willing to give their time. So thank you so much. First of all, introduce us to Ashley and Jeff Tell us a little bit Abou- What Life looks like right now for you guys, where do you live? How long have you been married? How many Kids Yada? Yada Go ahead. You can take your take the first one here. So. We have been married for seven years. We've been together for almost twelve so we took our time. Before we jumped into marriage. So we've been together for quite some time We have two kids. We have a four and a half year old daughter and we have two and a half year old son. And we live in South Denver area. And Life's just the craziness with the. Your or your all down. The business and everything else that goes along with that. So Our Midst of. That crazy lifestyle just. Keep things moving. Some we knew once referred to it as the four tax. We're right in the middle or tax. You've been dropped into it or put yourself into it and you start spinning and all you know as you start spinning faster and faster and faster processor, and you don't really know when you're gonNA pop out right. But yeah. We both agree work in the vortex your. Own exhilarate. And, sometimes got religious. No. And sometimes you get sick and throw up. and. Then you scratch your head and you said way we did We did make these choices right? Now you. It's hard to believe right now. But one of these days you're going to look back. And your kids are going to be out of the House and you're gonNA. You're GONNA have so much on your hands and you're going to. Not, know, what you did today, you're going to be like when we had little kids. Oh my gosh, we were so productive and now we're like you know hardly get things done in a day. Speaking experience I guess. Not So. I very much. Miss those days when they were little. But I, I, made the mistake one time of thinking when are you ever going to grow up and then next thing I knew they were they were grown up and gone and so. Fun. Time exhausting. Yeah exactly. Are you both from Colorado? I'm from Colorado originally born and raised. I was born in Ohio and move to Michigan. So spent most of my growing up time through college in Michigan Okay all right I was born in Michigan but. They're very long so We have that in common lily I'm going to try something different with today's episode. I have a couple of rapid fire questions just to give us a little more of a glimpse of Ashley and Jeff. The first is what three words would use to describe your spouse. I'll go first I would say persistent he's very persistent and I would say working really hard working, and if you sets his mind to something, he is going to accomplish it and do what it takes to get it done and are also stayed funny is a very hilarious hearst any always. Laughing and peaks the fund. Around The. World. Are you saying Jeff nobody laugh at your jokes or That's. That's the matters out the I've already made six or seven. What.

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