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CROSS COUNTRY COFFEE ROADSHOW

05:00 min | 5 months ago

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"Will just drive off find it. Cheap hotel deal and eat like a ton of pastries. That's pretty much. That was the agenda. In fact one time at the border crossing new they ask why going in. I think we are on the way home. Or are there and they They're like what is going to be doing. No way older. Okay have fun. So so for all your smugglers out now. That's the way to get into canada. I'm going deep in streets and the croissant. Yeah we had learned about this pastry called queen. Amman which is easy to say in to spell and it's a traditional pastry from quebec and it's basically. Oh i'm being told not from quebec. We have to start over. I don't think back yeah. I don't think they can do on their own. Okay let's start this over. It's basically a large. I wanna say like what twelve or fourteen inches round layered butter. Salt sugar dough situation. It's like a croissant but like times hundred. And it's just we i remember. We went to the shop there. It's called queen went to the shop. We just got a slice of pizza. Slice would be the word ends. Yeah i took a by. We're on the street. And i took up by an i was like. Why is everyone not eating one of three. Now i see i see the clouds opening up rainbow. Beam coming down on you is that it was a rainy weekend. We didn't quite think it was going to be that rainy. We left the hotel in the morning hotter. Rain jacket pouring cats dogs. But i was intent on going to clean all and buying an entire full round size of the pastry get there. It's all to see inside. I get a whole one. Which by the way is not even that expensive and the whole thing. I swear it weighs like went ten pounds. I mean it's like it is heavy and they put it in like in like a pizza box pizza sheet box. The thin kind of cardboard ahead a little reusable shopping down with a nylon one. I put it in there and like the skies opened up. I mean it was pouring. All i can do is think of my pork when i'm on that i intended to like bring back home and then freeze half of it. They have reasoning And then course. I stop so we spent the whole wrecks the day walking around. Well it turns out. We were in like the furthest place from any kind of public transportation in a us man. Rain jacket like cover up the bags. When i i mean it was like i would have done anything for this clean among anyway. The moral of the story is it did make it home and we did freeze half of it and we did eventually all of it and it was amazing and worth. I love the fact that you took your jacket off and put it around the queen as as save. You're your little prize that you had that you weren't going to give up. I was not going to give up. It was not going to be sigy no matter what so. That's a good plot for a book which transitions to our next segment books. We have the segment called literary lottie in. It's my own guilty pleasure and we ask each of our guests but their favorite book is. And why. And i can that to my repertoire. While you've probably read my already the hobbit and lord of the rings and the reason for that is i was i think actually johnny introduced it to me Maybe five or so years ago. And i had never read it. I had seen some of the movies but didn't really get any know why it was such a big deal and then i read the hobbit and i was like wow. This is amazing. And they're also it's so many mentions of food and the importance of breakfast and second breakfast in fact our decaf land is called elevensies and that is after elevensies and i just totally fell in love with the world and the stories and such a rich incredible world. And it's just a great story and we can talk anymore because you lump them together so you you've got a person who's going to critique that sounds like the stephen colbert Kind of level of intensity related to that. Because i'm in. I'm in your camp actually charlotte because i love the hobbit and started the lord of the rings trilogy and i ended up skipping around. Because of the time commitment it took to cover them all and and it really hob is right up there at the top of my my favorite books but My my

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"croissant" Discussed on The Babylon Bee

The Babylon Bee

06:27 min | 5 months ago

"croissant" Discussed on The Babylon Bee

"Took the shot. Well that's all ask it because my wife's not fat at all so and we know this talking about when nobody's wife year of care. Okay be careful in telling your pregnant wife. She's fat when he's clearly fat. Is your wife pregnant not pregnant telling your wife she's fast telling you you should never pregnant one fat would say that. I'm this is patrick. Question has no wife. I think patrick allowed right the questions questions. Patrick you're not married are you. Yeah is out to your wife. You lots of rifles with highs. I see this thing you need to restate the question in a better way and that would be line. Work that one like defined fat honey. That's not what i was. All god's children are beautiful. What i was shocked by my wife was pregnant was that she got really people. Sit man your huge now yeah. It's not her fault. The base he's a victim of a baby. I think the sad part is. I've always been chevy so if i ever happened. She just say well. I'm not as big as you yet. So she looks at yeah slamming the door and a mormon missionaries face. Said we're going go. doesn't he. Should probably in vitamin give pepsi or something and they just keep coming up. Pepsi trick them on pepsi church church member calling you for counselling at three. A m cinnaminson church marconi at three. Am how did they get my number. They you live the ring on now. You can't come in. I don't think it's a sin happens more times than you think those doing. Joe rogan all all dmc. Can you actually pronounced the de blasio. What stand diametrically. It's yeah if you can't pronounce it to say like like indian drug in touch with the spirit of the wolf machine and it's in every single one of us just unlocks. It's what john was on. We wrote revelation according to joe rogan also harris. He's here s. We didn't say what if you loot a local game. Stop and get a ps five. But you're doing it for justice. Say hey i'm taking this but well as as it's a peaceful protests they actually. I don't think it's stealing is giving it to you yet dislike. Hey our shop open. You ought to break our window like this. Come hang out with us. And then you're just getting buried heaven. You get ready for some hate mail do it. Some hate mail adam. Ford we can't edit as there's sometimes bad words in her hate mail pastor. I'm sorry i can't say of this. So this was a quick comment on our woke zone video. And it's been a guy named benjamin and he says you homophobic transphobic people. Here make me sick. I feel like. I need to wear a mask around you. Just so i don't catch can't say marshmallow gonna say i didn't. He said it but so he yeah. We have examples of this where i'm sure he would be offended by somebody saying yeah mcvay using tarnow is a pejorative term or a bad word. But he's it feels justified to use it. Yeah right because right everybody that tries to cancel someone. If you go back through their tweets there's justified. It's just like it's justifiable to take a game from game. Stop reuters legos from target. Yeah it's context. I don't think that you can catch and everyone. It's not airborne like if someone disagrees that the a stupid opinion but on the mass how it works for the whole season it's increased it. I'm sorry he's got to wear at least two mass than many won't catch it. We're going to move onto her subscriber portion. Where we're going to ask craig more questions. We're going to ask him the ten questions we've got bonus hate mail too and that's fun and That's it's going to be awesome. We wanted to mention that. If you love babylon be one. Hang on the subscriber lounge. We have a couple of other websites we have a real news cycle discern actual news and we have not the be which is another actual site but done in a funny way. Can't believe it's not the babylon vs larry's headlines. Good or not the be and we have a three in one bundle. It gives you premium access to all three sites including we have kind of a mini social network. Yeah hanging forum social network. It's like a filter chicago people on the internet. they're cool. they're on their. Yeah if they're not cool there on facebook still losers so check it out. Babylon dot com slash plants slash plans a little as fifteen bucks a month for the ba- bundled where you get access to all three sites and all the comments and social network. They're all righty cool right. Well let's go to the lounge all right. Let's eat ourselves over to the loud here. We go you coming up next for. Babylon are not you know just because you give an offering. Her tied doesn't mean that we're going to sing and dancing and do all these things for you. Know what. I mean like pastures What's the first thing you do. Is prince off. Probably get peach. I'd probably the first thing that would happen. Why are they a pizza you. I'm sure they amen to something woman got punched yes story nope nothing wondering.

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"croissant" Discussed on The Babylon Bee

The Babylon Bee

03:51 min | 5 months ago

"croissant" Discussed on The Babylon Bee

"And doing church. And so yeah. It was a blessing to cool. So if i show up in my triple mask and my face. Shield has ever walked by not from the church. It's like had not have that. I think there's because there's so many people there. I think they'd be we're number sixty moving and there's lot of older people not wearing masks. They're just like the older people are ones that are like pushing no. Yeah how many deaths have you had in the church zero. Thank jesus. I don't find a lot of people from our church have had kobe but the reality like they never got it from us. So which is they can trace it back to other spreader. Now we're not a superspreader. Thank god i so. We're doing our best to be. You know like you said yeah guidelines and all that but people able we have freedom in this country so we're going to stay with that. Yeah i when i got there. I loved it. I was like this is what the church should be doing. You know i wanted support. So now we're going to play the game with center not sin if you wanted to donate. There's we're gonna have a link. Do we say yeah. We have our there'd be linked dot com to calm to megan offering for the church's new. Construction please do please share hits until the end of this month. I think we got pretty close. It's like when you're trying to raise four hundred four hundred fifty grand and we're like fifty grand away. We're trying to raise four hundred and fifty thousand dollars in two months and crazy and We're fifty thousand dollars short right now. So if you're if you own your ceo of santa ceo of the company and or ceo of cats. Bob cat way to bring it back our replay game of sin or not sin. This is golden trap man. also okay. Definitive word from pastor. We'd like to ask pastors all these questions. So here we go. Jeez Vaping but vaping like a total cheese bank like not just baby but looking like an idiot so is it a sin sin internet's Not seeing just stupid okay. That's been common. Speaking the word of prophecy. What is that. Dan added that speaking of word of prophecy. If it happens then no and if it doesn't happen yes to stone that's how that works pretty sure the throwing up the sign of the horns while listening to iron maiden. Oh so if your tongue is sticking out sin. If it's not then it could just be lazy. I love you okay. Yeah it's like. I just don't want to go out toward a hill who jazzercise that straight from. Satan himself invented church. Do you have classes throughout the week where people are always coming to your house. Yes we do. See run jazzercise run. Yoga is my wife does do like exercise dance to that is yes. We still have jazzercise. But they just changed zuma now right try. Yeah yeah that's updated search. Well well done steak. Well done steak. I would say the sin is on the cook not the consumer he requested and you're causing your causing causing cook millstone.

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"croissant" Discussed on The Babylon Bee

The Babylon Bee

08:07 min | 5 months ago

"croissant" Discussed on The Babylon Bee

"It's craig's up against harvey do it just circle so i should probably just get more of a train number nine. The oregonian the warning irregular onion there. It is alright. Issued a tweet assuring magazine johnson patriots. The big newspaper. That was only white guy who was killed by the police so no one needed to ride or loot. The good ones yeah. They tweeted out The man who was killed was white. It was a white male in his thirties. According to the source With knowledge of the investigation the warning in oregon live is identifying the man's race in light of social unrest promoted by police shootings of people. They needed their tweets later and claimed it was not intended to minimize what happened only to provide contents text. Oh wow that allowed for real well guys guys guys use white shot by police way bills. Don't match up at starbucks yet. Our beloved children at not the be on ones. Yeah Our beloved child not to be posted this There's this guy. I'm trying to read this without reading it like it's marvel at this beast. There is an insane video where a man grabs a bob cat off. His wife yeats it halfway across his yard and then chases down with a gun. What is when did he become a word. That was wondering does that a word. It was like three or four years ago. He missed it completely for three or four years. It's gone homer trying to relate to the kids but you dessert it's already out. What's the new like. There's this weird noise. What's that noise that they'll make now all up comments. Tell us what tells cool. And we knew on the pike commenters boomers to so my my favorite part about about this video is the guy you see him on his video. He's like yeah. good morning. Like eight seconds later. I'm gonna kill this. Because i'll sam jackson bob because the wife has an animal cage thing and she walks up to him and it looked like f i myself. I thought she dumped a bob. Cat on him. From the cave are they. Those are really weird marital spat. You're getting a bob cat in the face. Yeah but you're not walking bob. Cat on the side of the card attacked her. He ran over and grabbed. He's holding like this. Toss the best part of what he looks at. It doesn't realize what it is and it looks at it. He screams at it. It's like a baby for this needs to be a new sport. I like the hammer throw. You might even say he. How did originate. It was unclear. I think that it's kind of evolved into being like chucking things or launching being that being that it was just like ye ye people said it yielded a frank was saying bob cat is actually the. Ceo of cats bob cat. He's the inventor veteran cats cats cats. yeah sad well. i'll take this last one. Idaho man reclaims guinness record. By catching one hundred seven. Tennis balls in an oversized bucket glazed on his head. Look it's our man. David rush again. The same same guy are gonna get him on the podcast to promote stem. Yeah so kyle hates records especially the ones so we always make him read one every week. I'm with you. I saw you getting offended by. Its biggest. Waste of time yes. Let's see how many i can do a guinness world record. Sit down and i'm going to lake as many envelopes as i can in our make it happen. And this is the lord's anointed. I like that. He did it with his frequent collaborator. Jonathan hollywood hanan isn't he give himself that middle names. Jonathan hollywood collaborator. Probably not news. Weird hey for all our orthodox copy drinkers check out. This mug decaf condemned as heresy available in our store babylon store. It's beautiful babylon dot com slash store. Nobody dot babylon be dot com. O that you were way off. Look at this decaf condemned as heresy. And if you put decaf in it it explodes face. Disfigures you for life all right so we're going to go onto around of everyone's favorite game. Ask pastor craig. So i wanted to talk about the one of the reasons i had you on because we are the church to forty two We've been meeting your driveway. And what's the story of like. How did you end up being a driveway. Church also funny but it just depend. emma can't we were we're We're about five years old and so we were meeting at a school and when the pandemic hit we got a call from the school and said you're no longer allowed to me here and we were going to do and we really felt like god didn't tell us to stop pure online church. We did it for the two weeks that the you know the mandatory shutdown everybody wherever. Yeah a panic. We had the you know the crisis of twenty twenty. You know that the whole thing going on and so we just we back in. You know really in prayer and i was kind of like what are we really supposed to deal like. I don't want to kill anybody you know. And just keep going and i was like where. And he's like you got you driveway. You gotta you gotta garage so we change our whole garage into like a sound studio and we just started filming from there and then we let people be adults about everything we say this. If you if you wanna come come you have freedom to be part of this if you want or not want and We have the cops cup com a couple of times. I just be like still in right church. Okay thanks for stopping by to do. Can't miss it on. the has a has grown. since you've done it you know we have been growing. Our online's growing. The people are showing up for easter. We had over two hundred people show up to my driveway. Parking like three blocks away trying to get to church and my neighbors are amazing because they haven't yelled at me yet so that's good. Yeah so we're in the process right now trying to find a building because a her driveway forever and then be. You can't run any place. The pandemic is still going. So they're like how many people have them like. We have like two hundred people showing up. They're like yeah. We can't read to you so we're kind of cotton that catch twenty two right now and so we're just trying to build up our funds to go get a building and we have an opportunity and so that's what we're doing. We're trying to to raise up enough to get that building so cool now so in my understanding is the deadline is at the end of this month. The end of this month so the people that own the property said that they would hold off all things until well pretty much. They're gonna wait to see what we can do. Till the end of april so i was really nice of them. I mean honestly. It was a blessing. So yeah yeah. This is a great property. So we'll see what happens and we're close close to raise money so anybody fills like helping Throw some money in to help us get that building. There'll be a link in the show notes..

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"croissant" Discussed on The Babylon Bee

The Babylon Bee

05:51 min | 5 months ago

"croissant" Discussed on The Babylon Bee

"They have those rita's locos britos at taco bell was like a secret menu and you say animal style or something dropped some meth and they're internet crazy animal style. It's like yeah you can. You can get to street style wing. Why don't you get the heisenberg taco. So this is pretty cool. I love this story. Lord of the rings online player level the hobbit to level one hundred and thirty. You did it in the most hobbies way possible just by cooking pies. Only thing that made sense to me. The hobbit is didn't make sense buys but in a game. It's a game right. It's lord of the rings. Online is a massively multiplayer online. Like world of warcraft. or whatever. I've heard isn't probably when launched. You can only get to level twenty thirties. High really high. Because that. That's really that's in game that's like players who have been playing since i launched because what they'll do is when they launched its level twenty and then they do an expansion the next year and they go now. You can get a little forty now. You get two little sixteen and this guy's been playing for a long time so it's like a dragon. Ball z habat loading in the sky. Bob pies totally buys gosh. That's fantastic right. Television station. Controls by the islamic republic of iran censored over one hundred broadcast shots of a female referee during sunday. Sunday's british soccer match between manchester united. And how do you say the name. They'll tell them out. The the reason that they had to censor is one of the assistant. Referees was a woman shocking. Though has it seems islamic republic leaders do not allow women with their haircut uncovered and bear needs to be shown on the state owned tv sophisticated. Paul say whether women can coach soccer referee soccer. Now now. I do not say the amish have been dealing with this for years. And they just turned off all their tv's. I know that paul says When you're watching a game with your wife that she used to remain silent until the game is over and then she can ask questions about the place leader. Yeah but i don't know about referees. Watch sports applies to movies to. Is it. okay. I'm going to let my wife the kids that are bad. I'm i'm the bad nick constantly. Ask why is he doing that. What's he what's goal. We referenced your oh yeah i mean an article about the article you wrote about wave unaware that movie will answer all questions. If she just pays attention he would have little will answer your question. Do you know how movies work kyle. They his questions and they answered your article all the time A woman in poland called animal control. Great woman fully called animal cops because of a croissant. Does she thought was a dangerous animals now. I could see. Chris was an animal. You think it was a dangerous animal. The best part is it was stuck in a tree. Yes up in trees and sell something in a tree. Is that did you you reading like they said that there's probably somebody just trying to feed the birds. How holkar song out the window feeding the birds for all. I know he's supposed to give wonderbra whatever leftovers. Or how big is the bird. Got hucker song bird. The bird was on kito. Those didn't want it for rails. I liked that the inspectors today inclusion like there's like dusting must have been to feed the birds. She thought it could be an iguana or reptile. An iguana is reptile just to be specific or other reptile or other reptile. The lady said that she refused opener windows because she was afraid. The animal that get into her house. Now i wouldn't be scared of. It was a crisan but You know if it was like a stargazer pie or something like that. We talked about that zubi at the fish. Yeah then you'd be like. What does that weird spaceship. What isn't it all right james. O'keefe of project veritas has been booted off twitter and now. He's suing for defamation so he posted this footage like hidden camera footage. Cnn employees basically saying oh. Yeah we're really say your fake news. We are basically saying. That's exactly i joined to get into. It's in here. he was going on about. How like the like the protests and all. That's great for ratings and all this stuff and they're the ones that got trump out of office. Yeah this is a look. We did we. Cnn we got trump out on one hundred percent going to say it hundred percent. Believe that if it wasn't for cnn. I don't know what trump. I don't know that trump would have got voted out. I came to cnn. Because i wanted to be a part of that So then. I guess that's tweet. Can't you can't post that on twitter. Well twitter just banned him and said you operate. Fake accounts manipulate You manipulate network to promote your conscience. Which doesn't really make. They actually spend us for that once. They suspended us that random time. It was like you guys operate a bunch of fake accounts where it was just this random. It was kind of like their blanket. Excuse to get someone off without really saying why. Yeah no evidence of that just because now. What does that mean. I have no idea what does evidence nowadays. Yeah yeah that's oh.

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"croissant" Discussed on The Babylon Bee

The Babylon Bee

04:43 min | 5 months ago

"croissant" Discussed on The Babylon Bee

"This is a great deal. I don't know how long it's running for. But do it before. Seth realizes how much money we're losing. Yeah we're never gonna financially recover from this with that. Let's get into some weird news. This news is weird suspected. Drunken drivers speeds into schools. Mock demonstration nearly striking students. So they're doing a demonstration of why shouldn't drive drunk and then here this kind of on the corner hit some as a sixty four year old guy. The students smell alcohol on his breath. So i don't know how far away he was. Did you guys ever do this in high school did you. I think it's done in the quad. Okay so i'm trying to figure out how do like got into the quad done in front of the school and all i can imagine. I don't know this is my brain how it works but i was like magic guy just tried to drop off like lunch to son or something. He's like billy where you got. The lunch yelled at them down and yesterday on another detail. I liked They searched his vehicle and they recovered container of homemade booze in the back of the car. Another plastic bottle of alcohol drinker pester creek. Can you turn this into a some kind of sermon illustration on the spot. I this is just have to be like take the wheel carve of life kind of life and just keep your eye out for any gospel connections. We go through. The was a divine appointment that he appeared ended up right there on their holy spirit. God thing i think you wanted to get caught okay conviction. I knew you guys would be here. He wanted to deep down. You wanted to wipe them all out. And then he stopped himself. Oh jeez dark. I know. I was laughing headline and it says almost striking them. Oh jeez could have been really We got tire. Slasher leaves severed finger behind on women's driveway so the zona woman was reading this so she found some guy and pay one party or whatever and they hung out and then stuff and then i guess they got mad. He was drunk and he left. So i guess he went. Yeah she got woke up the next morning. They heard some screaming apparently in the night and she went to her car and there was a finger. They're two tires. Were slashed and there was a trail of blood leading to his apartment. Who's who's so he was. Bingo was it in the in. The i assume in the process of trying to slash the tire. He got his finger in the way and cut his finger off. I'm going to say what you're thinking. Dust for fingerprints tip. He loved her. He really gave you the finger man. The dad jokes are popping right now. That's awesome. He didn't follow the rule of thumb. Don't cut off your thumb. all right. that's all. I got are quite helpful student for these you to take the next one their pastor craig. Oh yeah the breakfast taco full of crystal meth founded. Tsa agents the houston airport. So they're trying to get security high. They're trying to what is it. The thing say they announced friday. That security offers a hobby airport in houston discovered a breakfast taco full of eggs cheese and a bag of crystal meth o- this isn't a new. Px taco that quarantine fat that we all got for sure. That's what that's all about. Who's in their luggage is a strange lump inside the taco. I mean can you get a taco security in the first place through. Don't think are you allowed to take can't drink. So i don't know if you're allowed to like. Oh yeah no next might bring snakes and he could bring. It doesn't say that it was found in the luggage so they goes in the luggage. Because there's a strange lump in it because my open carry on and they've got the mesto put in there and they'd open your taco aiko here like especially.

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"croissant" Discussed on The Babylon Bee

The Babylon Bee

03:52 min | 5 months ago

"croissant" Discussed on The Babylon Bee

"We're joined today by pastor. Greg astor hamilton minute pastor. Yeah he's hearing today making it official. Who's gonna want me on sunday. So council but i don't know i haven't signed is there's no membership thing. No official no official thing. So i went to church. I've told you about this i. I was looking for a church. Only when i can find in the area that had childcare. And that's the main thing right. Yeah because this is impossible. Absolutely you heard my calvin horror stories catsuit with him so i go to church and i pulled. This is a neighborhood. And then i pull up in a crowd of people in front of the house and there's all these like canopies up so he's turned his garage into church. Yes and but it's like it's not like six people sitting there awkwardly you know like an episode of the office or something it's like legit. He has it all lit real nice and you go inside. It's the atmosphere changes. You are sitting on. A driveway pointed upward right. We'll talk more about that. So this is a story about. Ethan joined a cult. Thanks guys hampton of now. He's a church to forty two to forty two okay biblical. Yeah usually ford's usually acts right. There's probably some weird to forty two to forty two. Dan start looking up all the hundred. Yeah so we got a interview. Zubi coming up on the next. And that's on. Tuesday tuesday's interviewed may be rapper. Oh its subscribers. What oh yeah. Subscribers get a day early so yeah come check on her zubi interview. That was fun. It was great and we get some great comments on youtube. We see you guys. We see you guys commenting. We're going to read some of these. Regina says self deprecating humor is great if you can laugh at yourself pretty much. Anything anyone else says cannot hurt you. This episode really hit home. Because i have come to the same conclusions last year. Pretty much sucked so. I decided in january to use this year. Not only to tell more people about jesus but to use my powers of humor sarcasm and smart buttery muttering to reveal the truth croissant and defeat the powers of darkness. That was on the john brennan video. She's talking about telling people about jesus and we have to believe part of that's borderline breath. That's a pg swear pg we go hardcore now. We had the lagos skit. That just went where. I get killed by legos and So this person moves says. I bought these legos to place around my house. In case of vader's now the mailman three squirrels to mormons. And if you girl. Scouts are all dead of outside then asks if you're wearing guy liner not i never sleep naturally occurring guy liner. I guess. Hey you're amongst friends birmingham on good. I have a goth persona that i that i live out Then so impressive vestry says i love you guys julie like you're my son's sons that are significantly older and fatter than me. I talked about kyle so it is with utmost compassion kindness and respect that i say to you the plural of lego legos. Big dummies now. I'll have to go back and look the original article. I feel like i didn't do that in the original article. So we're going to blame our script writer. So in the script his legos. Someone says voice over glasses lingo. I said someone says. What is the plural of illegal bricks. Oh that's illegal. August.

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The Bakery AI Being Used For Cancer Research

Kottke Ride Home

07:25 min | 6 months ago

The Bakery AI Being Used For Cancer Research

"There's a bakery chain in japan that offers dozens of different kinds of pastries danishes. Donuts croissants sandwiches you go down a cafeteria style line. Pick what you want. Put it on a tray and when you get to the register to pain you put your tray on top of a backlit rectangle screen shows an injury of your train with bright green lines around each item it recognizes each item from among the dozens of pastries on offer at the bakery and then correctly charges. You how does it do that. You'd imagine some kind of relatively recent developments in deep learning neural networks. But in fact it's a more grown technology that got its start. In two thousand seven led by a man named hisashi kombi the new yorker recently profiled combine work with the bakery and how the technology he developed is now being deployed in many other sectors including cancer research. So let's start with the bread problem. Japanese consumers like lots of options and bread is no exception market. Research in japan showed that a bakery that offered a hundred different options sold twice as much as a bakery that offered only thirty and that unwrapped baked goods sold better because people perceived them as fresh but without the wrapping. You don't have labels or barcodes on the pastries so then you've got employees who have to memorize hundred different pastries and this slowdown lines. Because workers would often mix things up or have to take time remembering which peachtree was which not to mention. They handled each unwrapped pastry individually. So it wasn't exactly the most sanitary so this chain wanted to automate the process somehow and they turned to comedies company. Brain to help them out. Rain had already been working for twenty years on finding ways for computers to see something that was long one of the biggest challenges of artificial intelligence. The new yorker explains it really. Well quote as i write. This can look up at my shelves. They contain books and skin of yarn and a tangled cable. All inside a cabinet whose glass enclosure is reflecting leaves in the trees outside my window. I can't help. But parse the scene about a third of the neurons and my cerebral cortex are implicated in processing visual information but to a computer. It's a mess of color and brightness in shadow. A computer has never untangled. A cable doesn't get that glasses. Reflective doesn't know that trees sway in the wind. Ai researchers used to think that without some kind of model of how the world works in that was in it. A computer might never be able to distinguish the parts of complex scenes. The field of computer vision was zoo of algorithms that may do in the meantime and quotes over the last decade this has changed as deep learning and neural networks have been applied and tweaked in real world scenarios. Siri google translate and alpha. Go all rely on deep learning with layers of simulated neurons and their honed by things like tagging people in photos on social media and picking out street lights in those prove. You're not a robot tests on website forms but especially without that kind of passively crowd sourced assistance quoting again. The drawback of deep learning is that it requires large amounts of specialized data the deep learning system for recognizing faces might have to be trained on tens of thousands of portraits. And it won't recognize address unless it's also been shown. Thousands of dresses deep learning researchers therefore have learned to collect labeled data on an industrial scale and quotes and for brain the bakery chain not only with the frequency with which the bakery chain changed their offerings. Make such data required for learning. The new pastries be untenable. They were also several years too early to even consider using deep learning so they built their own system using lots and lots of algorithms by two thousand ten. They built a system with ninety nine percent. Accuracy across fifty types of bread tackling problems like different pastries that look remarkably similar and the same pastries that look different when one is baked. More or one got squished. As developing the back light the pastries have to be placed on to keep the lighting consistent even though they did have to also build a mathematical model to account for inconsistencies in color when it comes to bake times rather than showing assistant thousands of photos of each pastry as one would with a deep learning system they manually tweaked and honed the algorithms on each doughnut and danish until they got it right but their system learns to win. The system isn't sure instead of those green lines around each item. It shows yellow or red lines and prompts the user to select from some suggestions or manually input the product quoting again show bakery scan a pastry never seen on earth and it'll recognize the next one of its kind about forty percent of the time according to brain after just five examples it is ninety percent accurate and after twenty. It's nearly perfect. Moreover whereas deep learning systems are relatively inscrutable. You can't look at a neural network and say exactly why a decision emerged from it bakery scans judgments based as they are on hand engineered system or more particularly if the system. Miss identifies something. You can figure out why these days. It's unusual to develop in the way that brain developed bakery scan. The approach requires a mastery of fine details. It is in spirit artisanal. It takes years during which parameters must be tuned. Special cases accounted for deep learning relieves. You from having to understand how the seasons affect shadows in a donut hole you merely plug enough examples and the network figures it out and with deep learning. The same brain can accomplish different tasks when you feel different. Data deep mind. The alphabet subsidiary used data sets to train a single neural network to beat humans at chess shoghi and go systems that depend on domain specific knowledge as bakery scandal need not just new data but new filters new features in new algorithms before they can be used elsewhere and quotes nonetheless. The technology behind bakery scan now housed under the umbrella. Name of ai scan has gone on to be used in applications as far flung as distinguishing pills in hospitals to counting the number of people in eighteenth century woodblock prints and even spotting incorrectly wired bolts in jet engine parts but the most impressive application came in two thousand seventeen when quoting again. Dr louis pasteur's center for medical research in kyoto saw a television segment about bakery scan. He realized that cancer cells under a microscope looked kind of like bread and quotes. I love that observation but he was right. Ai scan has now been working for a few years on fine tuning their cancer cell detector. Saito a scan now. Being tested at two hospitals is able to look at an entire microscope slide and identify potentially cancerous cells with ninety nine percent accuracy based on features like the color tone size and texture of the nucleus and all round -ness of the cell as they continue to grow and build on their original system. Brain has had to bring in deep learning once recently when covid nineteen pushed bakery owners to start wrapping their pastries and individual packaging. Brain used a deep learning to help their bakery scan system still be able to identify the pastries behind the reflective plastic

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Rudy Gobert's Transformation Started In The D-League

The Lead

05:30 min | 6 months ago

Rudy Gobert's Transformation Started In The D-League

"On sunday rudy. Gobert made his second straight appearance in an nba. All star game. Tom make it a second confederate and for years. Now the big man with the even bigger wingspan. There's been a dominant force within the nba. Tolbert defensive player of the year. There was a time when that was not the case. Time when rudy gobert future was very much in doubt. Today the fx christopher come ronnie takes us back to the time when go gobert was uncertain about where it was headed and explains how he climbed his way to the top. They knew that if he could fill out if he could continue to develop defensively and add various tidbits to his game. Offensively could potentially become a game changer in the league. That's their mind in rudy's mind. He always believed that he would took from wondering athletic. I'm under scotto. It's monday march eighth. And this is the league. It felt like something great emotion and ask past. I s not get this. This is here. you're gonna be the athlete. It stays with you so chris basketball fan today. Think of rudy gobert this absolute force you know a guy who dominates around the rim often makes other teams change their style of play when they face him. But you recently spoke with rudy and wrote about how that has not always been the case so take us back to the days when rudy gobert was not yet rudy. Gobert there. Yes so rudy. Gobert was drafted by the denver nuggets in two thousand thirteen and acquired by the jazz in a draft night. Trade played for show les the french league and his sizeable things into the twenty seventh overall. Pick and he came into the league as a relative unknown. What you'll bring to this team. I mean i i know. You're very long and and a defensive presence. What do you think you can. How can you help this team right away right away. Yeah can we. He had worked his way up the international level coming up in france he had to work himself onto the radar of even french national teams. He wasn't really all that known as a fifteen sixteen year old. How long have you been playing basketball nine years nine. So did you grow up playing soccer before he was on jazz team. That had several high draft picks on it. They had derrick favors. Ns canter to former high draft picks. Big men that played rudy's position. They had a veteran and andreas. Who was a veteran presence on that team as a big man and under that regime rudy kind of found himself as the odd man out but the jess drafted him and took him on as a project and he apparently was not the most stylish guy. What he i community league. yes so obviously. When you're twenty one year old seven foot one kit. That's tall and gangly. It's hard to find clothes that fit you. Great i was going to be on. Is doing right now if you see rudy these various nba awards where he's won the nba defensive player of the year. Two times now. He's showing up and looking very much like a stylistic parisian that he probably always wanted to be back in two thousand thirteen when he was still sort of odd man out on the jazz as you put it. He got sent down to the bakersfield jam of what was then the d. league. i from a life standpoint. What was it. Like for rudy gobert. End up so far off the beaten path and you know in one of the rougher parts of california yes so it's a culture shock for anybody. I think who wants to be a professional basketball player to have to go to a place like bakersfield. California bakersfield has kind of a rough and tumble streak about it. It isn't the most friendliest places. Well tonight we are taking an in depth look into black tar heroin and its presence here in kern county. Rudy's coach will void talked about it would be culture shock for anybody. Let alone a parisian arriving in bakersfield. Which is we're like community area where where are rena and everything was based. That is kind of like mess. Mess capital of the world. So i think he was not going to find a croissant sprint. Snow and anywhere around there. The coaches just told him to stay in his hotel room. And just relax tries to be honest. tells hotel for the most in when he wanted to go work out at the gym. the bakersfield complex. Had you know that all that stuff in their facility but it was very much like. It was almost like a private school in that. He went from work to the hotel room. And that's

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Your Friendly Black Sidekick

The Cut

05:24 min | 8 months ago

Your Friendly Black Sidekick

"Pay nba parker. I'm a producer here at the cut. But before this humble brag i was a film professor. And i obsessed about every minute beautiful and infuriating thing in film and television to be fair. I still do so. I was recently watching. The netflix. miniseries the queen's gambit because as a former chess club kid. I expected it to be my jam. So i was overjoyed and then befuddled to see the character. Joe lean the protagonists childhood. Bff from the orphanage and black girl. Savior extraordinaire whose entire purpose is to be labeled as difficult while sacrificing huge parts of herself so that the porcelain white girl can play chess and it felt all too familiar to me. It reminded me of this film. I loved as a kid called a little princess dealer. Decent thought i would die till i heard you talk about the magic. I grew up faithfully watching the one thousand nine hundred five version of a little princess by alphonso croissant about a rich orphaned white girl who ends up being a servant all girls school and spencer evenings in the attic with the orphan servant. A little black girl who shares in her daydreams in fantasies but unlike the queen's gambit for this cold where he comes from in a little princess both girls free themselves together and truly become princesses in lace and curls allow to grow up sisters. But still there is this disconnect. The black girls still feels like the friend on the sidelines. Even if she's spunky and nothing awful or bad happens to her. This was the case with a lot of the movies. I grew up on. They all had interruptions of the sweet black sidekick there was also lavender the best friend matilda. It's much better than being out there. And jesse in the babysitters club really an idea might be brilliant. And the most classic example for black kids of the ninety s was a grown man. Lavar burton as star trek. The next generation sweet brainy sidekick jordi la forge computer as we increased our power levels. Was there any counterreaction. Affirmative him but listen. I'm not here to complain. I'm just sort of navigating my way. Through this trope. It is not entirely a bad thing at all as a brainy spunky little black kid i loved these characters. I mean. I needed them. One of the first things. I noticed about the next generation is that they have shorty fords. I remember as a little girl. I had like a brown suede hip band. And i used to put it over my eyes. So i could be jordan forge. George soros outspoken introverted. He makes amazing friends. Went the android on this. And i was like. This guy is still gave the nerve babies though cool that is none other than the actress. Zelda harris. When she was ten years old she played one of these classic sidekick characters jesse the only black babysitter in the baby sitters club. I did not grow up reading the baby sitters club books. I read every single one of those books. Jesse was a dancer who always related to her kids. She learned sign language for one of the kids. She babysat and taught dance. Moves and the film adaptation of the baby sitters club was totally formative for me growing up. Zelda definitely plays the sidekick the supporting role to a host of white girls but she also stole scenes left and right dropping like flies. She kinda had to that was what she was given to work with. Not just in the sitters club but in every role she dishes for. I would be bassey token friend but not necessarily get to read for the lead over and over again. Zelda would hit this wall. She knew her potential by casting directors saw her as the bouncy token friend it starts to wear on you as a kid because you have the power nation. You're working in an industry that can make anything happen. You got competence muppets. Cgi and all this stuff going on who still getting very consistent. Message that you're here to support and so okay Yeah the cameras going to be. Set up right here. You're gonna stand on the side. I'm not sure if you're gonna be in this shot. Whoa having mechanic realization was intense. This realization was extra intense for zelda. Because she knew it didn't have to be this way. She started her acting career in the leading role. Her very first film was spike. Lee's crooked where she starred as troy maybe other people with mommy and scream and yell at you can't do. It wasn't all inclusive set with women and people of color where she had the starring role in black and brown film.

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"croissant" Discussed on Ben Greenfield Fitness

Ben Greenfield Fitness

01:31 min | 11 months ago

"croissant" Discussed on Ben Greenfield Fitness

"Welcome to the show you guys Brad Marshall disguise crazy. He's the Croissant Dia Guy. He's the Wind Diet Guy Yes. and Wine, and we talk about the Croissant Diet and the wind I in today's episode. If that sounds gimmicky don't worry we actually dig deep into science that's going to help you whether or not. You WanNa croissants all day long like Brad did lose a bunch of weight or drink wine all day long say she the appetite weird stuff but we get into the science of on today's episode. It's a Doozie as they say, this podcast is brought to you by the brand new kion immunity bundle just roll this. Thing out I'm super excited about it. I've taken vitamin C. and zinc to the best things for immune system blended them together in perfect dosages with a form of zinc that does not upset your stomach like most think does and then I've added in Kian Colostrum, which is the natural substance made by mammals to strengthen the immune system and gut health of their babies. I got my hands on Super High Quality, grass-fed Antibiotic Free Colostrum bundled it with the vitamin C. and zinc, and then the last thing I added. A Wonderful Wild Mediterranean oil of Oregano with really high content. What's Cockrel? which is kind of like the main immune-boosting in supporting component of Oregano. So it's wild harvested. It's carried in a sweet almond oil, which gives it great flavors put water I put a straight into my mouth. It is potent for your immune system. So the the Kiana immune plus the classroom plus the Oregano oil. I bundled all that together and giving you ten percent off of it. So you gotTA.

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"croissant" Discussed on UnF*ck Your Brain to Create Feminist Confidence

UnF*ck Your Brain to Create Feminist Confidence

05:24 min | 1 year ago

"croissant" Discussed on UnF*ck Your Brain to Create Feminist Confidence

"Chicken can you believe that this fall already I seriously do not understand what's happening time, but it does not seem linear to me which I guess we already knew because physics but I enjoyed the illusion of linear irony that my human mind usually conveniently creates for me. But, that being said, I'm trying to embrace fall the passage of time. I'm super excited about some of the stuff that we are going to be working on in the next few months we just wrapped up the body image masterclass in the clutch that was amazing. The end of the course the students were sharing their reflections in the facebook group and one of them talked about how in working on her thoughts about her size and her appearance she had also just kind of on the. Side gotten rid of all the clothing didn't fit her and then felt confident and bad ass enough to land in new job with a raise from her previous position like that was all just side fall out of learning to love how she looked they thad is what I mean when I talk about how your body image impacts everything in your life that all happened in the first four weeks of course, I think when you start except yourself in one area, it spills out everywhere else. So we just wrapped up that body image master class, and then we all just filled the last few spots we had for Clutch College live, which is our three day virtual totally live coaching and teaching immersion extravaganza. We'll be doing money mindset family drama anxiety hack sesame happening in January I'm so excited for the clutch members whose snagged one of those and relevant to the theme of this episode. Next week I'm going to be launching just in a few days another clutch college online. Course all about relationship anxiety. So that's whether you're dating and trying to find a relationship and stressing out about text messages or your inner interrelationship but you never feel secure because you stress about conflict your partner being unhappy or any kind of anxiety around any relationships, not just romantic anxiety around family relationships, social relationships, even a work relationship. I'm really excited about this because I know that relationship anxiety is such a problem issue for so many of my students and it used to be..

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Phenom-nom-nom -- Redux

Your Brain on Facts

04:33 min | 1 year ago

Phenom-nom-nom -- Redux

"Lumpy dirty potato spread slowly through Europe being brought back from South America to Spain in fifteen seventy. The Swiss believed that potato consumption would lead to infection of the lymph nodes. The Burgundy. Region of France outlawed their cultivation altogether. Some thought that spuds would cause sterility while others thought that they caused rampant sexuality. We Have Antoine Augustin Parmentier to thank for our fries, Mash and hashbrowns. Forced to subsist on potatoes on exclusively as a prisoner of the PRUSSIANS during the seven years' war poverty are not only survived, but found that he thrived. Changing public opinion was an uphill battle, however, even serving potatoes to the KINK who suffered no ill effects wasn't enough. Permit years genius stroke was to make. People think they weren't allowed to have potatoes. He had his land filled with potato plots and hired guards to protect it. Guards who were instructed to turn a blind eye to all theft and accept any and all bribes so that the public would steal the potatoes and grow them on their own land. After a time Parmentier dismissed the. And as he expected, the locals raided the land and stole almost every potato plant growing there. By the following year, nearly every farmer in the region was growing their own potatoes. The potatoes, geographical and botanical cousin. The tomato fared better initially. Spain Portugal and Italy welcomed it with open mouths, the rest of Europe not as much. Tomatoes were blamed for health problems in in the upper-class people who were willing to eat them. The wealthy eight from pewter plates, a metal, high and let. The acid from the tomatoes would lead the lead from the plates, resulting in sometimes fatal lead poisoning. Even the American colonies of the seventeen hundreds view tomatoes as a curious ornamental plant. Making matters worse the Tomato Horn. Warm a conspicuously ugly three or four inch, long green worm with a Red Horn on its rear that can ruin tomato crops was considered to be independently business, and as dangerous as a rattlesnake. It reality. You've probably seen them in your own garden. You can just pick them off by hand to dispatch them in whatever manner see fit. Lee Apocryphal champion of the Wolf Peach as tomatoes were sometimes known was New Jersey Gentleman farmer. Robert Gibbon Johnson. According to the Salem. Society in eighteen twenty around two thousand people. We're jammed into the town square. Johnson emerged from his mansion and headed up market street toward the courthouse, dressed in his usual black suit with white ruffles, black shoes and gloves try corn, hat and cane. At the courthouse steps, he spoke to the crowd. To help dispel the toll tales and fantastic fables that you've been hearing and to prove to you that it is not poisonous I am going to eat one right now. There was not a sound as he dramatically brought the tomato to his lips and took a bite. A woman in the crowd screamed and fainted, but no one paid her any attention. They were all watching Johnson as he took one bite. After another, he raised both arms. The crowd cheered, and the firemen's band blared song. He's done it. They shouted. He's alive. We, know the tomatoes and potatoes come from central and South America but lots of foods don't come from where we've been led to believe. Let's go to a lightning round real quick. Croissants art from France they were created in Vienna Austria in sixteen, Eighty, three to commemorate the defeat of Turkish forces who were attempting to tunnel under the city and were heard by bakers who were up in the early hours of morning, beginning their trade. The Anna also gave Danish pastry. Sorry Denmark. French fries are Belgian and pulp. Fiction was telling us the truth about the manny's. Though it comes in many flavors, so give it more as ALII. Philadelphia cream cheese was invented in New York and don't bother ordering London Broil. In Britain, it's an American monitor for cheap top round steak to make them sound fancier.

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Decorating In The Era Of Zoom

Young House Love Has A Podcast

06:08 min | 1 year ago

Decorating In The Era Of Zoom

"I know that sounds really weird, but you know we're in this time and place right now. Where a lot of us are communicating with other people whether it's friends, family co workers through these video conference calls whether it's you know zoom or facetime or whatever technology you choose to follow. We love to sell three of those, but I think these sudden. Sudden prominence of these technologies in our lives right now has put new focus on what our homes look like in the background like how we present ourselves and our houses by what is on the screen behind us when we do, the zoom calls totally I was on his own call for work. The other day and I like had to find a place on my bed. That didn't look like I was on abandoned. Like I'm doing this. I'm going to bed but I'm going to make it. Look like there's just like an artful mirror behind me and I could be anywhere I could be like in the foyer. Still have a foyer I want to get into that in a second because I think there are actually two parts to this phenomenon, one is the like how you actually change your own home, but the other one is also like the voyeuristic element of getting to see other people's homes in this way because we're not just talking. Talking about like your boss or your co worker, or your grandma or whomever, you're calling, but also like TV now we're used to now seeing newscasters and sports, figures and celebrities, and all these people coming to our screens from their homes with their own offices and kitchens and bedrooms in the background, and it's like this kind of weird way to see inside someone's personal life that we weren't privy to before I I love watching some good news. You guys remember. We dug that with John Kuczynski is it. Christmas gear croissants. Kaczynski, Kristen Ski I just liked seeing his bookshelves and I like seeing like his kids made the sign like there's this homey nece, and this like almost depth like i. feel like I, know him better because I've seen a room in his house and I've seen how his kids draw I know. That's false death, but it feels like it's almost seems like a weird equalizer in a way like I know. A lot of these people have homes that are much grander and fancier than our everyday homes, but still to see this person whom you're used to seeing under studio, lighting and with makeup and fancy cameras suddenly. Just in their basement yeah, no, there was some celebrity I forget who it was now, but they were in front of big billiton's, and like four people deemed me and said like they need your help with the built in I. Wish I could remember who it was, but I was like that's so funny that you're looking at the celebrities instead of their face, but then I'm also like I m too, and I have an idea I heard a whole podcast where they were talking about during the NFL draft, which was held virtually this year. We didn't watch it. We're not NFL draft. Be pulled our sports as power-washing. To podcast about the NFL draft, but they were saying how people were getting distracted, and more people actually tuned into the draft this year, and they think partially because of the voyeur element of getting to see in the players and owners homes like that, and so became almost a more watchable event than it typically is something intimate about it right even if it's like they've selected this room, and it has nothing personal in the background and decorated. Maybe it's like in their guest house like we don't know the full story, but there is something about being like. Wow, that's like in their private space and we're seeing it and there's actually a. A whole twitter account about this. You mentioned the thing about wanting to restyle bookcases. Someone sent me a link to an article about room raider. I don't think that's the actual twitter. Handle but I'll link the twitter account in the show young dot com slash podcast, but is this account that basically all they do is post screen shots of people who are on television you know through zoom or some other teleconferencing and the twitter account rates their background, snarky or funny than snarky like it's not really that hard hitting. Although they do call out specific things, they'll say love. Angle bookcases Nice at a plant I would fully agree that everyone could. Could add another plant two and three. I also even found an article through Verandah, where they consulted with an interior designer about how people can make their homes look better in the background and it lines up with a lot of things that actually room raiders talking about I. Don't know who runs the room rate account, and if they have an interior design background. I don't think they do. I think they're more comedic well. I would say these are my personal tips because I have had a lot of work calls lately where I'm on. You know a great, and it's only four of us I know my rectangles pretty big. You know when? When I'm on a call with like thirty people for work I don't really care about the background that much, but when I'm on like just a few people, I'm like Oh. They're gonna see everything, so my tips are like to face a window, so there's light on my face as opposed to like being under a candlelight and looking like a goon. Yes, and this is actually something that we have struggled with because I think you might assume we have plenty of Nice style backgrounds to choose from when Nigel. No, especially in our last house, because when we laid out our office and everything, we didn't have this perspective on a layout like. Like what will the background look like on a call like this? That was not in the forefront of our brain, like it is now, and we used to like to make a lot of our calls using my desktop computer, because it has the big screen, but I sat with two windows behind me, so we were basically silhouettes on every call always which I didn't mind guys because you don't even have to make about when you're. You're like anonymous light, but my other tip. I was GONNA. Say some tips so number one face. A window is nice because you get that natural light on your face number to try not to look like. Like. You're into weird or intimate of a spot. Why WanNa look like I was in my bed. I also don't like to look like ooh. That could be a bathroom. I'm not in a bathroom, but when I look at the background, my question, I asked myself as like. We'll someone think this is a bathroom, and if the answer is yes, I move, and then my third tip is just around for something weird in the background. Because often something weird becomes normal to your eyeballs. An example would here. We have packing blankets still on a few windows that we're waiting for blinds for those look normal to me because I've seen them for. For six weeks now, but to someone else they look like. Why do you have like gray shaggy felt hanging from one side of the window off of a nail, like looks like the pelt of a very sad creature, so look around and say like what are my eyeballs used to? That seems normal to me, but isn't really normal. Another example would be like if you always hanging your bra over the chair. Don't do the zoom call in front of the chairs. Everyone can see your bra in the background like think about what's behind you and then shift the camera a little bit to make it look. I don't know

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"croissant" Discussed on Mark Bell's Power Project

Mark Bell's Power Project

06:40 min | 1 year ago

"croissant" Discussed on Mark Bell's Power Project

"Same thing. and there's some you know. There's some enzymes that recognize one or the other one. Specifically and there's a lot of physiology there. Some people think that there is something very special about. Steer acid You know I know that. Peter the author of the blog. Hyper Lipid does not think is less. Sure, there's anything specifically unique to US Derek. acid might work just as well. SO THAT'S A. I'm not sure, but but I can't say that long chain saturated fat in general. Is what kind of makes if the s theory, obesity is indeed correct, it's because you're eating. Lots of long chain, saturated fats and also minimizing. The number of unsaturated fats I liked to mention There's some people are listening right now. Who are like this guys totally foolish it and people are. People are falling off I. Want people to stick around I. Want People to pay attention to this because I want people to understand that you know they used to. The doctor doctor Dr Atkins was crazy. As well you know and there's a lot of people like yourself that end up finding things that can help people overall I. Think I think the goal is almost always similar. I think the goal is always try to find foods that are satiated enough to keep people that struggle with their body weight to. Be Able to just have some type of control over their diet diet food is downright maddening it it has a spell on us, and it's for those people that have addicted to food. They know exactly what I'm talking about I. Myself used to wake up in the middle of night and just smash my pantry and just eat everything. That was you know anything? Sight like I was a bear and it just created. Created, a lot of bad habits and I and I did that for for for many years. There's a lot of a lot of people that struggle with their food on a day-to-day basis in some of the stuff that you're mentioning. It sounds very familiar to me when somebody talks about fiber, or when somebody talks about protein leveraging, we know how effective there's so much research on protein, leveraging and what it can do. I know it's very foreign for people to here. Yeah, I think I think you can eat croissants and be fine, and I think you can eat these things and be fine, but truly what you're saying is I found something that for me. It feels like when I eat this way. It helped me gain control over my diet, and so somebody's listening to this I want them to understand the fact that. You might be able to go the route. That might be super effective, but you also might be able to just to put some butter on your steak and have a baked potato with it with that be would that work and and it's not as exciting, but with that work in a similar fashion eating. Yeah and I. You know I want people to understand that. I didn't. I'm not really recommending that people just Khorasan's. I did it because I wanted to show that. Sure. For a lot of people carbohydrates. are a huge game changer, but it's not. It's not the only thing you know this this fat ratio. I think really matters and I don't think it's been emphasized enough so so my goal doing it. Wasn't really for everyone to run out and starting croissants. Although. It's fun to do that and the idea that you can do that is great right so that's cool, but but really what I want to emphasize is that. Perhaps this fat ratio this polyunsaturated is saturated. FAT RATIO IS A. Much overlooked. Contributor to body way. And in fact, the types of Where you're brought against it, so I actually so I I make a product which is basically. Called while I guess it just called firing a bottle. or obstetric acid butter oil, but it's basically just it's mostly butter, and it's got like the twenty percent additional acid on top of it is about. Steer as it has a high melting point. It's like a hundred. Degrees, so it's like hard candle wax, so you can only add so much until you're literally just like eating like Wax Lips. You know, remember though. So, so the butter oil is, is something that you can actually just melt and like you say put it over. Your steak. Needed that way and I say. That can go a long way to like aiding city she Asian. So. There's different ways to use it. But I will say this starch. Good vehicle for. Consuming a of lobster acid. So that's of like where that's where the star is actually helpful. In that sense you know like if you're going to go on a long fast a great way to do it is to start by eating a lot of Siragusa. Kinda kicks off. And and I do want to talk about one of the things I talked about it. A lot on my blog is like an already brought it up is the traditional French diet, and and that's that's something where. You know. If you look at what people in France and I just seventy were eating, it was it was starch butter cream. Beef and Lard from barley finished hogs basically. An at last part is important. What the pigs eight! And they relieved and. The only real thing you know it back then. They were already eating French. Love Dessert they were. Like four hundred calories a day of sugar back then they were eating more than three thousand calories a day overall, and they lean, and they were. Yep like you say. I got white flour plenty of it. And so the only real thing that's changed in the French Diet, is that one they now are adding liquid mostly in the form of of a sunflower seed oil and they've changed from. Barley finished pork to a lot more. Finish pork and so? When you feed animals. Corn Oil. That's what they're fat becomes made out of you know, and so the French of had two ways that polyunsaturated fats have entered their diet. One is directly through. Added Sunflower. Seed Oil, and the other one is indirectly through changing how they feed their livestock, and so and now in France. Obesity rates are rising just like they are everywhere else. In so to.

France Barley Derek. acid Obesity Dr Atkins Peter Khorasan Siragusa
"croissant" Discussed on Mark Bell's Power Project

Mark Bell's Power Project

06:40 min | 1 year ago

"croissant" Discussed on Mark Bell's Power Project

"Same thing. and there's some you know. There's some enzymes that recognize one or the other one. Specifically and there's a lot of physiology there. Some people think that there is something very special about. Steer acid You know I know that. Peter the author of the blog. Hyper Lipid does not think is less. Sure, there's anything specifically unique to US Derek. acid might work just as well. SO THAT'S A. I'm not sure, but but I can't say that long chain saturated fat in general. Is what kind of makes if the s theory, obesity is indeed correct, it's because you're eating. Lots of long chain, saturated fats and also minimizing. The number of unsaturated fats I liked to mention There's some people are listening right now. Who are like this guys totally foolish it and people are. People are falling off I. Want people to stick around I. Want People to pay attention to this because I want people to understand that you know they used to. The doctor doctor Dr Atkins was crazy. As well you know and there's a lot of people like yourself that end up finding things that can help people overall I. Think I think the goal is almost always similar. I think the goal is always try to find foods that are satiated enough to keep people that struggle with their body weight to. Be Able to just have some type of control over their diet diet food is downright maddening it it has a spell on us, and it's for those people that have addicted to food. They know exactly what I'm talking about I. Myself used to wake up in the middle of night and just smash my pantry and just eat everything. That was you know anything? Sight like I was a bear and it just created. Created, a lot of bad habits and I and I did that for for for many years. There's a lot of a lot of people that struggle with their food on a day-to-day basis in some of the stuff that you're mentioning. It sounds very familiar to me when somebody talks about fiber, or when somebody talks about protein leveraging, we know how effective there's so much research on protein, leveraging and what it can do. I know it's very foreign for people to here. Yeah, I think I think you can eat croissants and be fine, and I think you can eat these things and be fine, but truly what you're saying is I found something that for me. It feels like when I eat this way. It helped me gain control over my diet, and so somebody's listening to this I want them to understand the fact that. You might be able to go the route. That might be super effective, but you also might be able to just to put some butter on your steak and have a baked potato with it with that be would that work and and it's not as exciting, but with that work in a similar fashion eating. Yeah and I. You know I want people to understand that. I didn't. I'm not really recommending that people just Khorasan's. I did it because I wanted to show that. Sure. For a lot of people carbohydrates. are a huge game changer, but it's not. It's not the only thing you know this this fat ratio. I think really matters and I don't think it's been emphasized enough so so my goal doing it. Wasn't really for everyone to run out and starting croissants. Although. It's fun to do that and the idea that you can do that is great right so that's cool, but but really what I want to emphasize is that. Perhaps this fat ratio this polyunsaturated is saturated. FAT RATIO IS A. Much overlooked. Contributor to body way. And in fact, the types of Where you're brought against it, so I actually so I I make a product which is basically. Called while I guess it just called firing a bottle. or obstetric acid butter oil, but it's basically just it's mostly butter, and it's got like the twenty percent additional acid on top of it is about. Steer as it has a high melting point. It's like a hundred. Degrees, so it's like hard candle wax, so you can only add so much until you're literally just like eating like Wax Lips. You know, remember though. So, so the butter oil is, is something that you can actually just melt and like you say put it over. Your steak. Needed that way and I say. That can go a long way to like aiding city she Asian. So. There's different ways to use it. But I will say this starch. Good vehicle for. Consuming a of lobster acid. So that's of like where that's where the star is actually helpful. In that sense you know like if you're going to go on a long fast a great way to do it is to start by eating a lot of Siragusa. Kinda kicks off. And and I do want to talk about one of the things I talked about it. A lot on my blog is like an already brought it up is the traditional French diet, and and that's that's something where. You know. If you look at what people in France and I just seventy were eating, it was it was starch butter cream. Beef and Lard from barley finished hogs basically. An at last part is important. What the pigs eight! And they relieved and. The only real thing you know it back then. They were already eating French. Love Dessert they were. Like four hundred calories a day of sugar back then they were eating more than three thousand calories a day overall, and they lean, and they were. Yep like you say. I got white flour plenty of it. And so the only real thing that's changed in the French Diet, is that one they now are adding liquid mostly in the form of of a sunflower seed oil and they've changed from. Barley finished pork to a lot more. Finish pork and so? When you feed animals. Corn Oil. That's what they're fat becomes made out of you know, and so the French of had two ways that polyunsaturated fats have entered their diet. One is directly through. Added Sunflower. Seed Oil, and the other one is indirectly through changing how they feed their livestock, and so and now in France. Obesity rates are rising just like they are everywhere else. In so to.

France Barley Derek. acid Obesity Dr Atkins Peter Khorasan Siragusa
"croissant" Discussed on Mark Bell's Power Project

Mark Bell's Power Project

06:04 min | 1 year ago

"croissant" Discussed on Mark Bell's Power Project

"I'm not saying I've been consistent with it, but for a long time I've had in my head that the the best way to lose weight is is to do a low carb diet, but I've always struggled. Because I also know that people you know like the French Diet. That's not what they did and they weren't obese and so I've always kind of struggled to reconcile those two facts like I don I. Didn't know how to put that together and so You know last year I definitely I gained a lot of way I a lot of belly fat specifically. And that's when I started reading. hyperloop it again at the blog and read a lot over the years and I started reading it again, and I went through it all and I learned all of his jargon. There's a lot of jargon so that I. could actually you know really read the articles and Kinda start to understand them. And that's what you know in I I had done. in early part of that year I had tried Akito. Diet, and I tried carnivore for a little while and I really wasn't. I wasn't getting the same results of weight. Loss is I did as a twenty five year old as I was as a forty three year old, you know. And so that's when I came up with the idea of just. Doing this diet and instead of. Thinking about the carb angle, thinking really hard about. The types of fats in the amounts of fats in so I started eating this diet Yes I was using starch as a basically a binder as a as a vehicle to consume this highly saturated fat and like. My waistline started to change like in a matter of days. Can you give us some examples of like the meals that you would be eating? Sure, so I mean in the beginning I was literally making croissants. So I I. So what I? What I did was I realized you know the mice? The mice in the Diet were eating. Steer acid, which is, it's the long chain saturated fat. It's in be fat. It's in chocolate. It's in like a lot of things I mean almost all foods have some severe acid, but now it's more concentrated and things like beef and and. And so so what I was doing I was making classic French croissants except I was replacing a lot of the butter with just pure steering acid. That I bought from lab. So this is. Really really really saturated fat while like more than you can get from any natural sources. But I mean, but it was just a classic French. And I was I was making sandwiches while I was eating like two of these croissants sandwiches a day. And you know pretty big sandwiches and. Wine drinker, so I would drink wine at night, and that was kind of it and. So two writers a day. Just just clarified that that's like that's kind of what you eat. That's about what it was and I was kind of alternating back and forth between like some days the other thing about that saturated fat is really satiate, and I think there's physiological reasons that which we can talk about but So. I sorta started alternating between like two meals one day and one meal the next day because I just that hungry. With all of the steering acid I was consuming. It's really kind of feeling. It's actually Kinda like you're like. Wow, that's I've I mean that's the thing I've struggled. My whole life is satiated. You know I've never saw the end of the meal. It's like I just. I JUST WANNA. Keep eating. You know what I mean, but with those, but with that just like. Wow, okay, no I'm done I. can't even I don't even want anymore and like the idea of like. Me Walking away from a half. Empty Plate is not thing that's happened a of. Life so you know it was like all right. This is this is cool something. Something's happening here like this is different and you play. You played with this theory in terms of calories like. Have you looked into calories at all like? Did you did you eat anything? Other than the two sandwiches a day type thing, and did you record just just just a gain gain more information. I have and I think like. I don't believe that I was. I was not like seriously constricting calories at all I. Don't think I mean. So I was drinking I, was drinking wine freely during all of this. And I even cheated a lot the first time, but like so if I was eating, you know two sandwiches in a day. I have it somewhere. I couldn't tell you, but. On those days I was easily consuming. Four thousand calories or more I think. And then maybe sue to the twenty two thousand to twenty five hundred calories on the on the alternate days. I actually retested this. This past winter I haven't published those results yet only because. It was like. I got. It was. There was like I didn't have I left my last job, so I didn't have healthcare I wanted to get my. my blood lipid profiles done in a bunch of other data, but my healthcare didn't. My new healthcare turns out. Didn't kick until March and I started in February and then I came down with this gnarly flew right as I was starting the Diet So. Her numbers were all weird and then. and. Then by the end, it was like the coronavirus shutdown and It's just like a series of like like a series of unfortunate events. So I WANNA really retrial it this This summer with or this summer was like a lot of data. And really try to understand what's going on with like. My blood lipids. I've got this idea that I'm going to. I posted another article in March when I was on the. The.

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"croissant" Discussed on Mark Bell's Power Project

Mark Bell's Power Project

06:04 min | 1 year ago

"croissant" Discussed on Mark Bell's Power Project

"I'm not saying I've been consistent with it, but for a long time I've had in my head that the the best way to lose weight is is to do a low carb diet, but I've always struggled. Because I also know that people you know like the French Diet. That's not what they did and they weren't obese and so I've always kind of struggled to reconcile those two facts like I don I. Didn't know how to put that together and so You know last year I definitely I gained a lot of way I a lot of belly fat specifically. And that's when I started reading. hyperloop it again at the blog and read a lot over the years and I started reading it again, and I went through it all and I learned all of his jargon. There's a lot of jargon so that I. could actually you know really read the articles and Kinda start to understand them. And that's what you know in I I had done. in early part of that year I had tried Akito. Diet, and I tried carnivore for a little while and I really wasn't. I wasn't getting the same results of weight. Loss is I did as a twenty five year old as I was as a forty three year old, you know. And so that's when I came up with the idea of just. Doing this diet and instead of. Thinking about the carb angle, thinking really hard about. The types of fats in the amounts of fats in so I started eating this diet Yes I was using starch as a basically a binder as a as a vehicle to consume this highly saturated fat and like. My waistline started to change like in a matter of days. Can you give us some examples of like the meals that you would be eating? Sure, so I mean in the beginning I was literally making croissants. So I I. So what I? What I did was I realized you know the mice? The mice in the Diet were eating. Steer acid, which is, it's the long chain saturated fat. It's in be fat. It's in chocolate. It's in like a lot of things I mean almost all foods have some severe acid, but now it's more concentrated and things like beef and and. And so so what I was doing I was making classic French croissants except I was replacing a lot of the butter with just pure steering acid. That I bought from lab. So this is. Really really really saturated fat while like more than you can get from any natural sources. But I mean, but it was just a classic French. And I was I was making sandwiches while I was eating like two of these croissants sandwiches a day. And you know pretty big sandwiches and. Wine drinker, so I would drink wine at night, and that was kind of it and. So two writers a day. Just just clarified that that's like that's kind of what you eat. That's about what it was and I was kind of alternating back and forth between like some days the other thing about that saturated fat is really satiate, and I think there's physiological reasons that which we can talk about but So. I sorta started alternating between like two meals one day and one meal the next day because I just that hungry. With all of the steering acid I was consuming. It's really kind of feeling. It's actually Kinda like you're like. Wow, that's I've I mean that's the thing I've struggled. My whole life is satiated. You know I've never saw the end of the meal. It's like I just. I JUST WANNA. Keep eating. You know what I mean, but with those, but with that just like. Wow, okay, no I'm done I. can't even I don't even want anymore and like the idea of like. Me Walking away from a half. Empty Plate is not thing that's happened a of. Life so you know it was like all right. This is this is cool something. Something's happening here like this is different and you play. You played with this theory in terms of calories like. Have you looked into calories at all like? Did you did you eat anything? Other than the two sandwiches a day type thing, and did you record just just just a gain gain more information. I have and I think like. I don't believe that I was. I was not like seriously constricting calories at all I. Don't think I mean. So I was drinking I, was drinking wine freely during all of this. And I even cheated a lot the first time, but like so if I was eating, you know two sandwiches in a day. I have it somewhere. I couldn't tell you, but. On those days I was easily consuming. Four thousand calories or more I think. And then maybe sue to the twenty two thousand to twenty five hundred calories on the on the alternate days. I actually retested this. This past winter I haven't published those results yet only because. It was like. I got. It was. There was like I didn't have I left my last job, so I didn't have healthcare I wanted to get my. my blood lipid profiles done in a bunch of other data, but my healthcare didn't. My new healthcare turns out. Didn't kick until March and I started in February and then I came down with this gnarly flew right as I was starting the Diet So. Her numbers were all weird and then. and. Then by the end, it was like the coronavirus shutdown and It's just like a series of like like a series of unfortunate events. So I WANNA really retrial it this This summer with or this summer was like a lot of data. And really try to understand what's going on with like. My blood lipids. I've got this idea that I'm going to. I posted another article in March when I was on the. The.

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"croissant" Discussed on Mark Bell's Power Project

Mark Bell's Power Project

04:17 min | 1 year ago

"croissant" Discussed on Mark Bell's Power Project

"Ladies and Gentlemen Welcome to mark Bells Power Project PODCAST hosted by mark. Bell and Co hosted by seeing and myself. Andrews Era Goza today. We have a really really interesting podcast with Brad. Marshall Brad Marshall has done a bunch of experiments mainly on himself in regards to. What he called the croissant diet now I know that's. That's going to catch a lot of attention. Right off the bat, but please make sure you guys understand that he is a highly. He has all the credentials necessary to run this type of experiment on himself. He admits when he doesn't understand something. He doesn't try to lie and pretend that he knows everything, but we will find really interesting. Is that as soon as he started doing this diet, he started. Inches around his waist within a couple of days, and then he was having meals, upwards of six thousand calories, and still losing weight so naturally us being a bunch of meat heads. We asked him like. Is this a cool option for somebody trying to lean out like know bodybuilder status in mark wants to remind everybody that before you completely turn off and right everything. This guy says off. He wants to remind you guys that. That everybody thought Dr. Atkins was also pretty damn crazy so again. There's some really good information here and he has. We'll soon find out whether or not mark is to actually attempt this style of Diet before I get out of your guys is way to remind everybody that Mark Bell Dot COM is still offering a free thirty day trial as long as you register, sign up and all that good stuff before the end of June. There is now two different types of tears of membership. There is the the standard one, and there's also a premium side of the of the website where you can actually see what team super training is doing the full program that the the the members of our Jim. Actually get to receive and get gets. Do you guys can do that as well as? Really cool feature you get to put points up on a virtual scoreboard. It's a way to keep. You motivated a way to keep yourself accountable again. That's at Mark, Bell, Dot Com and it is one hundred percent free right now, but you have to sign up before the end of June and lastly if he has missed our call in show, please make sure you text. You can text anything to two zero, six, seven, three, seven, seven, three, six, nine to be notified the next time we do a call in show, we had a lot of fun. We took calls We had Jesse burden on answering some of those questions that our callers had, and we had an absolute blast, and we really want you guys to be a part of the next one, so please don't miss out again. That is two, zero, six, seven, three, seven, seven, three, six, nine. The next time we go live and we're and we're taking calls. You will get a text message notification. Right on your phone and you can click there and you guys will be. It'll, it'll direct you straight to the Youtube video and then of course on Youtube video. When we opened up the fan lines, you guys can give us a ring. That's it for me, ladies and gentlemen. Please enjoy the show with Brad Marshall. I'm ready ready, Freddie! Are you sure you're ready? I'm ready with the Spaghetti. Did it end up on your sweater already? See what you did there. Yeah I'm excited to talk about these fats. Fats and carbs mix them together. We've. talked a lot on this podcast about sometimes that combination. Leading you to overeat? Dino, and again I I don't think any any one of us thinks that necessarily that if you were to eat fat and carbs together that it would necessarily make you fat, or if that you're deep fat by itself or protein by itself carbs by itself, or if you're mix all three. In one meal I think we know enough now we can say with the most certainty that we don't believe any of that. Make you fat, but it's the it's the Accumulation of food over a long period of time, and maybe not moving around enough, maybe not having the metabolism, the handle the amount of food that you eat not having enough muscle mass on your body. That could be kind of impeding people's progress. When it comes to losing fat, but today we're talking to Brad, Marshall and He's GonNa talk to us about his croissant, Diet. which he'll explain and he'll tell you guys as well He..

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"croissant" Discussed on Mark Bell's Power Project

Mark Bell's Power Project

04:17 min | 1 year ago

"croissant" Discussed on Mark Bell's Power Project

"Ladies and Gentlemen Welcome to mark Bells Power Project PODCAST hosted by mark. Bell and Co hosted by seeing and myself. Andrews Era Goza today. We have a really really interesting podcast with Brad. Marshall Brad Marshall has done a bunch of experiments mainly on himself in regards to. What he called the croissant diet now I know that's. That's going to catch a lot of attention. Right off the bat, but please make sure you guys understand that he is a highly. He has all the credentials necessary to run this type of experiment on himself. He admits when he doesn't understand something. He doesn't try to lie and pretend that he knows everything, but we will find really interesting. Is that as soon as he started doing this diet, he started. Inches around his waist within a couple of days, and then he was having meals, upwards of six thousand calories, and still losing weight so naturally us being a bunch of meat heads. We asked him like. Is this a cool option for somebody trying to lean out like know bodybuilder status in mark wants to remind everybody that before you completely turn off and right everything. This guy says off. He wants to remind you guys that. That everybody thought Dr. Atkins was also pretty damn crazy so again. There's some really good information here and he has. We'll soon find out whether or not mark is to actually attempt this style of Diet before I get out of your guys is way to remind everybody that Mark Bell Dot COM is still offering a free thirty day trial as long as you register, sign up and all that good stuff before the end of June. There is now two different types of tears of membership. There is the the standard one, and there's also a premium side of the of the website where you can actually see what team super training is doing the full program that the the the members of our Jim. Actually get to receive and get gets. Do you guys can do that as well as? Really cool feature you get to put points up on a virtual scoreboard. It's a way to keep. You motivated a way to keep yourself accountable again. That's at Mark, Bell, Dot Com and it is one hundred percent free right now, but you have to sign up before the end of June and lastly if he has missed our call in show, please make sure you text. You can text anything to two zero, six, seven, three, seven, seven, three, six, nine to be notified the next time we do a call in show, we had a lot of fun. We took calls We had Jesse burden on answering some of those questions that our callers had, and we had an absolute blast, and we really want you guys to be a part of the next one, so please don't miss out again. That is two, zero, six, seven, three, seven, seven, three, six, nine. The next time we go live and we're and we're taking calls. You will get a text message notification. Right on your phone and you can click there and you guys will be. It'll, it'll direct you straight to the Youtube video and then of course on Youtube video. When we opened up the fan lines, you guys can give us a ring. That's it for me, ladies and gentlemen. Please enjoy the show with Brad Marshall. I'm ready ready, Freddie! Are you sure you're ready? I'm ready with the Spaghetti. Did it end up on your sweater already? See what you did there. Yeah I'm excited to talk about these fats. Fats and carbs mix them together. We've. talked a lot on this podcast about sometimes that combination. Leading you to overeat? Dino, and again I I don't think any any one of us thinks that necessarily that if you were to eat fat and carbs together that it would necessarily make you fat, or if that you're deep fat by itself or protein by itself carbs by itself, or if you're mix all three. In one meal I think we know enough now we can say with the most certainty that we don't believe any of that. Make you fat, but it's the it's the Accumulation of food over a long period of time, and maybe not moving around enough, maybe not having the metabolism, the handle the amount of food that you eat not having enough muscle mass on your body. That could be kind of impeding people's progress. When it comes to losing fat, but today we're talking to Brad, Marshall and He's GonNa talk to us about his croissant, Diet. which he'll explain and he'll tell you guys as well He..

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"croissant" Discussed on The Cycling Podcast

The Cycling Podcast

02:42 min | 1 year ago

"croissant" Discussed on The Cycling Podcast

"Sketch the choke him and I ride there in the pouring rain by on what's being talked out everywhere was being dug up my trip and so I- arrived there and I said Oh. No sorry. We're closing in twenty minutes so you can't come in and I was so soaking wet and angry and I just pulled him down the stairs and pulled a railway station and my bike lansdowne and so I think I did start crying. It was a traumatic time and was lovely about it. Shouldn't worry met him. You can come back tomorrow. Need to be imported tomorrow. So it's a bit of fat but the longest as I did were often involuntary because I decided you know that because I I would take trains as well Which I'm bit of a completed. That annoyed me but it was. It was necessary and obviously the toll takes luxury buses in last night train and so I did love that little bit of self justification very early on in the book but again give people the context and journey with you say. My problem was that I was intending to trade in France on the macro am so the whole summer was summer strikes which I was aware of for went but the way that the strikes operated. There were two days a week. It's very well organized to be fast them two days away. But you wouldn't know what trains running until I think seven. Pm The night before and in the north that wasn't a great publi forty percent of trains running in the north in the south. Nothing was running. All stations were deserted to a big of bedsheets outside Koksal station with big strikers slogans etc so I realized that repeats the idea intended because they offered nothing particular culinary interest needed to be somewhere. I would train it. That actually ends up cycling and they just because I felt that I shouldn't be doing this. There was a particular bit between PLO and lose which intended to get the training pay in time for Nice Castellane excetera and I ended up cycling at the terrain. Sort of right. We're getting into pyramids just relentlessly up and down all day torrential rain in the morning. I got sprayed with muck from van of Pigs. I had this chocolate from beyond I I in my opinion is it just awful and then in the lunch. China has some CEO Lunch and then from the David I feel sad thinking about it and then in the afternoon the sun came out in a relentless beating where run out of water everything all the villages around picturesque completely dead. Knock on people's and marijuana's out seraing if they were there and and when I got to the campsite it.

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"croissant" Discussed on The Cycling Podcast

The Cycling Podcast

04:38 min | 1 year ago

"croissant" Discussed on The Cycling Podcast

"I've been going to flanders for twenty years and can't beat a Flemish do and All the Free Semaine as I mean you know can be quite difficult to get back on the bike after a big long. I think the problem we had. This is a problem that recurs all of my cycle touring apart from the UK. Which I would say this is one of the things that UK does best is. I fell foul of the opening hours in both France and Belgium. So remember one time. Sort of chipping up quite a sizable town. Send him packing up the stay market every literally. Sorta chip van driving off and there was nothing apart from go to the net about toback. And even those many look at anything with what is the least bad thing on this many. What can not screw up. And so I think I ended up with a Like a French a frozen pizza. Let's you know it hits the spot. It's copy it's fatty salty. But it wasn't what I was hoping for in terms of. Mulan free to accenture but in general we did eat quite well. But there's a lot of freight getting on the path and evenings what I remember trip to Flanders where we had exactly that same problem in new denardo where we had a leisurely beer over what turned out to be the cafes lunchtime and then by the time we were ready toward the food they stopped and The Guy said they drove a deadpan. But we're still serving bid to three great but onto your your two to France cow. Did you kind of I mean? It's quite an undertaking. I mean just setting off on your own with a with a bike and a and a route that you'd flopped it out on on a on. A map spread out on the table. I love the fact that the book starts with going and buying them out from Stanford's where you know the the Internet has maps now but I can get. It sets the tone and the scene for the type of journey. You wanted to go yeah identity. I love math anyway. But it's not the same. I wanted to see the whole of France and I appreciate when I got married and it does make me sound like Nydia. But it's true I've been doing trance by entire license. Remember you know. My parents have massive files but I hadn't really appreciated. Large frogs was as a country and when it was spread out my folks. It was too big for my table. I did appreciate that quite quickly but yeah I went to buy a map and then I made a list of the things that I thought. Were French classics. That were relatively well known in this country already because I wanted it to be quite astounding trick. Congratulations because I think eventually has been quite underrated in the last twenty years but also I wanted to some things that I thought should be better known in this country outside the sort of Foodie set and so I made a big list of that state. It's very hard to narrow it down to twenty one because French food is incredible and then I tried to plot them round sort of in a rough circle around the country and I also tried to get quite a mix of sweet and savory meat fish and vegetables and you might not be surprised. Denied vegetables fell slightly by the wayside. In that it's not the rabbit in there and the sweet things that contain no gives a little piece of fish. But it's quite a quite a meaty. Say Yeah but that that was fun in itself and then the route plotting was sort of fun and torture's I enjoyed the beginning and end in the end. I just going to work out a long list which turned out to be the best the best policy but I saw an incredibly detailed directions. And it's not what it seems like you're plotting your own Tour de France route like Christian prudhomme and the team. You know your your choosing. Instead of the appearance. As I'm aware to go choosing by the dishes you wanted to sample. Was that kind of like a three or four issues that you knew absolutely had to be on the cost a bit like in a moment to outdo as you know the tools not quite the same without them funny. You should mention the Alps. I did I did want tot flat so I knew that there was going to be an Alpine stage and and I will say needed that was that would bring with it challenges as well as eating a flat in June and so that was a given. I wanted to do something like a base because felt iconic to me cliche dignity Wa and the Var- my two favorite regions of France over six been on holiday that lots and I want to see these things but I also wanted to see things that maybe one and.

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Better know a distribution: the Poisson distribution

Linear Digressions

09:04 min | 1 year ago

Better know a distribution: the Poisson distribution

"Hey Katie Hey ben I am wondering if there's anything fishy about what we're GONNA be talking about today. I really had to fish around for ideas for today's episode. Oh God you know French to actually. I don't know French the posts on distribution all right. The only reason that I know of that term is From the Little Mermaid. Of course yes. Yeah yeah absolutely. You're listening to literate aggressions yes. So this is a probability distribution this all about fish No it's not But the push on distribution is actually a thing that if you're into statistics or statistic related fields you should know about okay was Was this person this person. Yes someone someone puts on. I believe that was probably his name. I'm assuming one. Yeah Okay someone franchise say I don't have to have this in my notes. Sorry okay this is just the question I have is. If your last name is puts on does that is that like your last name is fish. Yeah or or is spelled slightly differently or the same spelling all right Mr Fish all right Tillis was on distribution. I'm so this is I don't know maybe a little bit dry. What kind of both. We'll try to punch it up with some fun use cases here. This can be a long twenty. It's going to be running in looking for ways to connect to the point of this. Episode is the push on distribution has actually really handy to know for certain types of modeling that you might WanNa do. It's one of the more kind of applicable mental models that you can have for certain types of data distributions. So when do you want to use this? So this is a probability distribution that is best for as of the model for the number of times that an event occurs in an interval of time or space so anytime you WanNa make some kind of estimate about the distribution of events occurring in time or space. You should be thinking about the distribution so I guess I'm not quite following distribution like a normal distribution or something like that but is it just like a different shape that you would see. Yeah exactly yes. So so I can imagine a normal distribution in my head. It's it's commonly referred to as a bell curve. It's just it's kind of like I don't know if you if you were to make a if you were to draw a hat. But you were to draw like a smooth curvy line we kinda curve upward and then taper off at the top and curved back downward taper off at the end to make fun of the Rim of the hat yes so good example of something that might be normally distributed in real life is. I don't know probably the heights of people for the most part You know the average lists the average height of women is something like five foot six inches. Maybe and then there's You know roughly equal numbers of women. Who are you know five foot five or five foot seven? There's also women who are five foot four and five foot eight but smaller numbers of them. And then you start to get out into the tales of distribution. You get people who are much shorter much. Taller height is literally exactly a normal distribution. But that's that's an example of the kind of thing we're talking about normal distribution. Yeah maybe it's not symmetrical but yeah okay. So I've got this image in my head of what a normal distribution looks like what does on distribution look like. I really want to say a fish. I I just I guess. It does not like like a fish. It does not looking at fish so it depends a little bit on the parameters of the distribution by that. I mean I said that this is the distribution that you want when you're modeling the Events that happen in time or space and if that event is very rare or relatively rare than the ponders has a certain shape. And if it's very common then it will have a different shape. So that's what I mean by. It depends on the parameters. This is same functional form but it depends on the numbers a little bit so let me give an example. Here that will help. Maybe build a little bit of intuition for when you might use this. So do you watch soccer? The one with the hands with the feet with the feet south. Actually if I asked you if you've watched football would make sense but now I think Oh. No I'm telling you that I mean the answer was going to be no no matter what you said but yeah. I guess I just learned something. Okay well you know how. Soccer soccer is a game two teams. They tried to kick a ball into the net. And so it's kind of similar to hockey or something like this My point is that it's it's the one that I mean where there's usually like on average a few goals per game right. Oh okay so we're very. The events are very rare over the course of like a game or really any meaningful Measure of time. Yeah they're comparatively rare and so one of the things that might be Or that is push on distributed is. What's the number of goals in a World Cup match or distributed over all the World Cup matches? And so what you can do to. This is distributed as a croissant distribution where the event is a goal and in in particular. There are a few features of this that. Make it a good problem that that are characteristic of the times when you would want to use it was on distribution so the first thing is that the number of times something occurs has to be an integer. So we can't say something like there's two point one goals that occurred in this game either two or three. So number one has to be injure number of events number two. The events should be independent so the fact that a goal was just scored should not make any more less likely that another goal is scored in any particular interval of time. And you can make an argument for something like soccer whether that's really the case yet. But that's usually it's close enough to being the case that That this applies here and this makes it a good example number three that the rate is constant of the events happening so out measured over long enough time periods. You would see more or less Steady rates but you just don't know when The events are going to happen so another. Good example is like busts bus arrivals at a bus stop you know. On average that Buses are supposed arrive at a constant rate. But exactly when anyone bus arrives. Who knows and sometimes they can get bunched up. And so I guess being bunched up would make it. Not a good percent distribution. But if they're not actually like influencing each other in the traffic patterns than they would be pretty independent if you assume that they're not doing anything to try to either bunch them up or space them out then buses or a good example for poussin distributions as well And then the last assumption is that you cannot have two events at literally the same time you can have them happen very quickly one after the other but each one you can only have one event at a time so you can't have literally two buses at the same stop at the same time. You can't have literally two goals at the same time. So those are those are the four sections of the distribution and those are all held by the held close enough by the World Cup example. Here so what you could do. Is You back you look at all the World Cup matches you measure on average? How many goals occur in a match and so sometimes you'll see that the score. Let's say that there can't be any ties that in the case of a tie they'll play to tie break. So in some cases there can be scores like one nothing or two to one and those are relatively common There's about two and a half goals per game on average if you're look over the entire distribution so most of the time there's between two and three goals On average that are that are being. Well I don't know if that's not exactly the same thing

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Your Favorite Trader Joe's Skincare Products

Forever35

07:22 min | 2 years ago

Your Favorite Trader Joe's Skincare Products

"I was listening to the episode about the woman with a flawless skin? Thanks to trader Joe's enriched moisturizing lotion and I've been using it for years. Then I levitz going to tell you guys go to trader Joe's don't miss the antioxidant facial serum for all types of serum and you should definitely treat yourself to the LAVENDER's de-subscribe it will turn your shower and do my full on spice enjoy. Thanks for keeping me company then yesterday work and I can't wait wait here about your traderjoes. Hall lavender sea salt scripts sounds great disown. I've purchased a few of their shower scrubs before and as mentioned I have they're like shampoo in my shower. I did get this serum in my hall okay good. I haven't cracked open yet. We will kind of uniting to have a meeting about Blair Joe's mission but F- Why those items are in their here's another facial skincare trader. Joe's rave that we received received hi Katie Jori I'm driving to my mom's house for Labor Day weekend and I was just listening to the latest minneap we were talking about toners and I I wanNA share my favorite. It's not super fancy. I love the trader Joe's Rosewater Toner as I sit on my face after I wash it. It's refreshing. It's not expensive. I believe its cruelty free It's just a great product so thanks thanks for pod is nice. That's in the hall. Thank you I also want to note that. That caller left that voicemail a few weeks ago before this original trader Joe's skin lotion call. I'll look at Vassar. They were in the in box just waiting adding to be heard so lobby to that one right. We've got a body care recommendation making making gory emily. I just listened to the part of the mini episode. We're GONNA do a trader Joe's product test and I got so excited as you both did as well that I had to call in and mentioned the trader Joe's mango shaved clean you. You should definitely include this in your test. I have been using. There's there's nothing like I love it so much. It's not it's not the cheapest chasing gentleness McLean that you can buy but it's definitely the most effective my legs used to each so bad after I use like the Gillette you know the GEL that can turn into a foam when you rubbed it together because it was so drying but the trader just is so you you should definitely for that in your in your product test also loved the superstar wash and I can't wait to hear more wrecks. Thanks guys so oh I did not even know they had shaving cream. I missed that I mean I haven't I did not by the body wash so we've got to go back and get a whole we should basically sleep just by their entire skin-care body section and then while we're there pick up some frozen croissants to to Karaka made their frozen macaroni loans. I don't think so but I think I've had them at. Your House is a possible no good by them. I haven't made them. They're frozen. Croissants are legit legit delicious. I served them on Christmas morning. Oh there's so much good stuff to be found a trader. Joe's I mean aside from the skin care the gross I mean gross talk about forever but we won't we won't but we will in the future episode all right last voicemail with a seasonal holiday skin-care recommendation from TJ's Aj's hiking endure. This is Jessica S I actually just pause the most recent mini episode to call all the first time first time caller here because the idea of a trader Joe's focused product recommendation excited me so much and actually actually have a recommendation the caveat to this is it is not in the trader. Joe's usual lineup only come out at Christmas. At least I've only seen it the run up to Christmas but it is so good it's worth it and I usually stop then and it is the trader Joe's face mask trio the door. I know that you're not a massacre. Here's the thing I'm actually not a massacre either. I like to do what just occasionally like a relaxing thing or like a clean ass just when I've had some breakout and the price is right on these I forget what it cost. I bought these obviously last year but I wonder if either around on ten dollars maybe they also make great guests especially if you're ever part of like a gift exchange with the low amount and you get a clay eighty talk mask a pineapple papaya enzyme math at exploiting and then a moisturizing rose gel mask there each to fluid ounces also also perfect for travel. I cannot recommend these enough I don't really love masks a lot so I don't like you spend a lot of money on it. Honestly honestly I have tried much more expensive mass that I do not like nearly as well as best trader Joe's facemask trio so if you end up doing your focus focus on traderjoes products. I know it won't be out probably for at least another month or so but definitely keep your eyes out all right guys. I love your podcast I so much it's one of the highlights of my reach by so what I've always heard like on. The rumor mill of trader Joe's is that they are more expensive products products that like trader Joe's gets and just puts their trader Joe's label on. Have you ever heard this. I've heard serve a version of this. which is that a lot of their stuff his made in the same production facilities as differently branded item right and they just put their the name on it? I feel like Costco. Does something similar like. Everyone says that the Kirkland brand diapers are the same as huggies Caesar's interesting. Yeah I know Kirk Lyons coffee that they sell with their brand is starbucks but they have that on the label. I would be interested to know what the well here's an example that I know for a fact because this was written about but Bomba the Israeli peanut snack. There's now a trader Joe's version. Yes and I believe it is made under the same auspices as the original Bomba so I've I wonder what this if the skin care is available elsewhere a very interesting point. If there are any more you have to get chemists confessions on. Yes we Ojo Elliott the Mama Pa we do make a note yes but there's anyone who works the traderjoes skincare department slide into. RDM's get in there. Leave us an anonymous message out. Tell us what is going on with. These products secrets also send us some dried mango because that is my favorite thing trader

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News in Brief 8 March 2019

UN News

03:20 min | 2 years ago

News in Brief 8 March 2019

"This is the news in brief from the United Nations, a United Nations human rights team is to begin. Unofficial visit to Venezuela on Monday at the invitation of the government potentially paving the way for a mission by the UN's top rights official Michelle Bachelet five members of staff are to toll the country from the eleventh to the twenty second of March her office OH Chr said on Friday amid a grave socio economic crisis and violent anti-government demonstrations. The announcement follows an initial invitation last November from President Nicolas Maduro to miss Bachelet, which was reiterated by foreign minister hot. Hey harrieta at the current Human Rights Council session in Geneva in related news. The UN refugee agency announced on Friday that it has opened a reception center in Columbia for the most vulnerable Venezuelans in need of protection five thousand Venezuelans are leaving the country every day on average and UNHCR spokesperson. Andrew Maharidge said that a significant number. Live on the streets in neighboring Colombia. He told journalists that the facility in the border city of Macau in lack Guajira region has space for three hundred and fifty people but could expanded future. It's a reception center, which will basically serve to provide immediate support to the most vulnerable categories of those who who might be crossing that may involve unaccompanied children children who may have been separated from their families vulnerable. Women people who have disabilities. And so on Columbia hosts more than one million Venezuelans and UNHCR says that despite the authorities generosity reception capacity has been overwhelmed this year, the UN agency is appealing for more than seven hundred and thirty million dollars to help more than three million Venezuelans and host communities in sixteen countries. And finally for International Women's Day marked on Friday, actress yell it's CO has called on the media to do more to break down gender and race stereotypes in an interview with your news. The star of Alfonso croissants autobiographical film centered around an indigenous domestic worker in nineteen seventies Mexico explained how her mother had always encouraged her to aim higher in life. But how many women felt discouraged to do? So or medial important Porat quality. Sympathizer Serono's media's communication an important means by which we weekly start will be through the media, then reach many areas and through them. We can make society realize that there are many alternative possibilities for work that people can do other things not only when they have made us believe for years, but we can. So if we started out there, we call the star to change more things because those messages are to society, but Kepa suspended on dementia at associate that echoing that message UN secretary General Antonio Guiterrez has called for gender equality and women's rights saying they are fundamental to global progress on peace and security, human rights, and sustainable development. Recent decades have seen remarkable progress on women's rights and leadership mister Gutierrez said before warning of troubling backlash from an entrenched patriarchy Daniel Johnson. News.

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Florists Fear A 'No Deal' Brexit Would Wilt The Flower Business

NPR's World Story of the Day

04:30 min | 2 years ago

Florists Fear A 'No Deal' Brexit Would Wilt The Flower Business

"Support for this NPR podcast and the following message. Come from the UPS store, offering services from shredding to printing to mailbox ING and instead of closing this holiday. The UPS store is doing another ING altogether. Opening the UPS store every ING for small business. And of course shipping. Valentine's Day is huge for florists around the world. But in the United Kingdom the risk of crashing out of the European Union next month has cast a shadow over the industry mini shops, fear their lifeline to flour supplies in Europe could be severely disrupted. NPR's? Frank Langfitt reports from the English town of Whitney. Roseanne Ashby's wrapping up a bouquet of roses and lilies at our shop Rosa flowers in Oxfordshire near part of a wide selection of flower. She offers most of which come from the same place. These all come from Holland. The least come from Holland and the croissant. Spreaker sounds come from Holland up until now the flowers have flowed seamlessly across the border because the UK's part of the massive you single market, but the United Kingdom is scheduled to leave the U late next month, and there's still no deal on how to keep trade flowing. We're very worried we don't know what's going to happen. Twenty nine government. Don't know nobody knows. And I worry is. When will we get the flowers? What price will they tariffs? Go on. The government insists the majority of you plants and flowers will continue to enter the UK without health checks, but businesses of all sorts are worried about an ideal Brexit so have been filling up warehouses across the country with everything from auto parts to ice cream in case trade slows dramatically Ashby's industry. Doesn't have that luxury. We can't have a contingency plan. The cat stop piler goods because the fresh flowers. We're only a small business coming up to twenty second Valentine's. It's so sad abroad. Moves pope, an odd share the British frost association here in the United Kingdom wills. Pope who spoke over Skype says Ashby's plate is typical eighty percent of our flout. She come from Holland. So they come by the Eurotunnel or ferry and wills pope says that dependency developed over decades, while the UK has been inside the you now poses a threat to flower-sellers here. We are looking at something which is unprecedented in the forty years that we mean po- single market because has tons involved the English growers of soda up and initials of being built on and more more, but options being to homes regen, San no, no, no. Back in Whitney, one of Rosa Ashby suppliers arrived from Holland today's Barry, snapper, and he's just come through the channel tunnel with his refrigerated semi packed with flowers. Ashby and snapper haggle is they have every Wednesday for at least the past six years. I asked Napper what he fears most from a no deal. Brexit all the extra gypsies import duties charges waiting at the tunnel. Eurotunnel to to come across. It's never says that would force people like him to raise prices, which he thinks shops. Here will have a hard time passing on a lot of people will struggle to sell flowers to the public people. Well, they're still going to buy foods and everything, but they can skip the flower. How important is the UK to your business? I only supply today UK two moments. People say to me, do you want to expert to another county, but I think coming over for over twenty years to Britain. And yeah, it's too difficult. Think to go to another county now some snappers clients Valentine's Day orders are now, which they attribute to Brexit uncertainty snappers been trying to calm their fears. I always say the same affording, the February it's men and they come in Las minutes. And that's the same story every year. It's always on the bay itself today after British flower shops are planning ahead. They're ordering early for mother's day. Which in the UK falls on March thirty first two days after the United Kingdom is scheduled to leave the U. Frank Langfitt, NPR news, Whitney England. This message comes from NPR sponsor. Comcast business. Business has always been driven by innovators. That's why Comcast business is helping you with technology that provides better experiences. Comcast business beyond fast.

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Colorful Peacocks Impress Females with Good Vibes

60-Second Science

02:57 min | 2 years ago

Colorful Peacocks Impress Females with Good Vibes

"This is Americans sixty seconds science. I'm Jason Goldman one of the most impressive scenes in the world of birds is a peacock displaying. It's impressive. Iridescent feathers, technically known as its train while the female PM looks on that peacock spreads his train out and ruffles at beckoned forth as the sun highlights the red blue and green within the feathers. But these iconic trains are only half the story of how the boys impressed, the ladies, both male and female p fouls sport crests on their heads small feathers that sticks straight up like a mohawk. They crest feathers that actually give the peacocks their Latin name they're called Pravo croissant, the crested pheasants. And so I was intrigued by the fact that people didn't really know what the function of the express were Haverford college physicists, Susan came a biologist might see those feathers and assume their visual signals, but as a physicist Cain had a different idea. We were curious in my laboratory about whether the preferred by Brayshaw properties of the crest feathers might by any chance agree with the preferred vibrational properties of this up train rattling display that the males to so Kane in her colleagues exposed crest feathers from. Deserve dead pe- fell to simulated displays of male and female, social behaviors like wing, shaking and train rattling. And so we were just got us back to find out that in fact, they did agree with all the means is that the p head crests are specifically tunes to the vibrations produced by the train rattling of its own species. The crests thus act like a sort of special antenna meant to pick up a single kind of sound the findings are in the journal, plus one the researchers also points out that there are at least thirty five other types of birds distributed across ten taxonomic orders that have both head crests and displays with the vibration components. A lot of those kind of tactile aspects of displays are really not even very well described university of British Columbia zoologist Roz Deccan who worked with Kane on the study. There are species that dance vibrate on purchase. And you know, the females sharing the same purchase the Malan feeling what's going on through parts of her body like feet there species where birds rub feathers on each other. What we're suggesting here is that a sensory function of feathers in social displays may be more widespread than we appreciate right now seems that the females really do feel something about a particular peacock, thanks for the minute for scientific Americans. Sixty seconds science. I'm Jason Goldman.

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"croissant" Discussed on Doughboys

Doughboys

01:47 min | 3 years ago

"croissant" Discussed on Doughboys

"Yeah and then sometimes i would i went through a phase where i would order their french dip sandwich or sometimes i would get i think it's the turkey swiss and avocado on a croissant or croissant i've been i've been attacked for the way i say it's not know jensen car have he does not like the way he feels like it's pretentious and i don't want to be a potential i know i don't i don't friendship by the end i just say croissant said he's feeling that you leave the are open yeah he feels it should be croissant and it does sound right when i say it that way how do you guys say i mean these french people gave you bad jeez you might as well say you might as well yeah i say i say chris aunt maybe i'm just going to switch yeah you know what you be you you be you maybe it's not working for me your self conscious you're letting jensen karp tell you shouldn't shouldn't do arp suck it guys might need to settle it with a battle round is there a venue in which do that i don't know i'm working on some i'm going to sell i'm we're gonna show i might sell concept i invented so i ordered the the french dip and the salad and first of all the salad came on the same plate which i don't think is how it used to be the salad those a little on its own plate right in the day and the signs of dressing were tiny little plastic cups i feel like in the old days it would have been a silver layup right in the gravy boat so why don't they they should give you little hey come on we making too much waste as is.

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Oregon man, 20, sues Walmart, Dick's over raising gun-buying age

Herman Cain

02:05 min | 3 years ago

Oregon man, 20, sues Walmart, Dick's over raising gun-buying age

"Don't need to man drew said know this is tim andrews i call called the white nationalist he tells me as not true i'm just the nationalist who happens to be white i'm not saying it no i note dog we're not going back story oda at oregon man has filed a let's all you how well things are going is in oregon at old song don't rock the boat huge lead were paraded middle tip the boat over timid raulo i already called the french disgusting that's enough hall made some cheese jokes are you're welcome have polls they need me toss in the croissants oh glass braley lady whose francois out is that hello or goodbye i don't even know old are you all right next starring says eric von haessler in oregon man has filed a lawsuit glenn oregon man likely story claiming that dick's sporting goods and walmart discriminated against him when they refused to sell him a rival these twenty years old right right right well this is interesting because at my libertarian instinct say any store ought to be able to decide who the going to sell guns too but this could be a case because oregon law right now state law allows residents to buy shotguns or rifles starting at age eighteen so does dicks or walmart do they have the right to not sell under so for instance if that would would it be okay for a supermarket to decide we're not going to sell alcohol to anybody under 25 even though state law says you can buy alcohol when you're twenty one i got a feeling this guy's got a case if they want to change it they would have to change state law i believe i believe he's got gotta case i am no lawyer or anything fancy like that i could represent tyler watson dry or flyaway well you and fly you would definitely drive out to oregon represent an the alive bringing this up we on molecular abraham lincoln like a lawyer traveling around by crain we'll have time for another story we don't but i'll teeth at the next door is to be about the payroll of all while i there's some drama the bachelor they say it's the finale with his.

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