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"de schelde" Discussed on Leaguecast: The Unofficial League of Legends Podcast

Leaguecast: The Unofficial League of Legends Podcast

04:59 min | Last month

"de schelde" Discussed on Leaguecast: The Unofficial League of Legends Podcast

"That previews has next three or so. Autos being chris or not using a q. would have to reset it in some way. Also turn amir's e has been needs a range nerve or for it to be targeted. It's dumb that he basically gets flash on the basic ability. He does need mobility as a male. Edps character but when fighting mobility also allows you to hop walls every five seconds. It's kinda dumb telling also exists. But he doesn't have tremors ultimate turner is ultimate is a tricky one. I think it's fine the way it is personally but you could also remove the fury gain on cast so either effectively lowers the duration because Acute into our without losing damage or reduces potential damage during his ultimate. I think maybe adding a cast-iron his ultimate forced into old earlier but it would be dogs to play with As the tournament it doesn't currently have one even though other trends swear it does. I'm usually not a fan of champion real work. But i wanted to give input before you guys reviewed him. Because i've been thinking about it for a long time. Because he i think he will get reward to eventually Thanks noah. Ps chicken plus ben plus auto proxy phase rush in also fleet. Footwork de schelde makes you a. He'll in lane more than any other champion in the game. Okay chickenpox phase russia's one of the things so it's actually. Yeah it's interesting. I guess it makes sense because you are hitting enemy with an ability. It's just not a damaging one yes That were does nerve spent like. I think it's either. This reads like an email of like someone who's got body by attorney but he says these attributes main and like i don't think any of these nerves i don't think he needs the passive changes. I don't think he needs a spin nerves. I don't think he needs our nurse at all. I he's a very exploitable kirker may actually because he's the season one character. Yeah he's a little frustrating when he gets ahead. But i feel like there's a character like mastery is a more talk of trinity mirror. I think exactly i. We're not gonna go like super in depth because we'll do that on the yeah on the patriot. Show yeah But i think the only true aspects of his kit. That i don't like i i even kind of okay with the creek chance just because its entire identity is like. I'm going to play the roulette. I would want to change his w into being something other than minus bef sword for a couple of seconds sometimes a slow yeah And then. I don't think you should get e cooldown reduction. I don't think he should have flat. E cooldown reduction on. I think that makes them far to mobile in sticky to to to deal with which is good for the trinity mirror and bad for literally everyone else. But i don't know what i would change it to Listen to the pitcher and showed to listen to what i think of it in the future. My only change for him sir. You shouldn't be able to fucking use your ian than immediately spam like taunt or like laugh. Joe cancel the animation. Like quit..

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"de schelde" Discussed on Uncommon

Uncommon

13:35 min | 1 year ago

"de schelde" Discussed on Uncommon

"I actually instructed a packaging Gour who worked at the packaging packaging company. We were still seeing Al Sleeves from and got her help just to create our product basically said well we want something to represent that beautiful. The almond cream will the pace that we use We want it to make high quality and less is more. So let's make it really clean. Why And so working with her developed. Just this beautiful Designed for the the Brad it's evolved over time Ah Now I. I worked with an incredible graphics design called Chris and he just really helps me Bring to life all these new products and think we're GONNA we go through another rebrand next year. They really towel. Yeah you have to do with a new website like insist that cliche right after. I mean we're doing out whips refresher of the mind but it's just a standard thing in the world of design unfortunately but it is also the end product. So you've got to be doing Lena constantly refining adapting doing the so. You've launched the product. You had great success of that Coffee Exhibition. I think he won an award. Yes so you've launched the first year or so you really having to work as a consultant or through your agency on top of doing this like we all do we first out. And we haven't gotten funding and we should have just door knocking As as you said in one of your interviews What would those first two years look like fear? They were really brutal in the sense that I began elmer. And I heard almost I would say wasted twelve months but before the product was even auto. There was no manufacturer in Australia that could manufacture our product so almost living off scraps and dedicating so much of my time and focused is launching the product. And it just wasn't happening by the time. I actually did find a manufacturer I needed to both fund myself and Get a job just to pay for it. Obviously double the cost to what I imagined And it was a really scary leap of faith. And so I was working a contract fulltime time Contracting role and hustling after hours lunchtimes on weekends sitting at cafes delivering samples also. But I've always been a bit of a multitasker like juggling. Lots of things at once and and so it was a real challenge to begin with really most. Don't think thing was actually leaving that fulltime role to focus and dedicate my time one hundred percent on the business business And that was really lonely. Johnny and I realized quickly I needed to find a community. I needed to find mentors people that can help support and also an environment. Where can I was just hopeless that working at home Just mentally not healthy for me. And so I found co working space at the Corbin's I joined For Entrepreneurs Organization that was an accelerated program. So that was fabulous and even this year being a part of a program called the marketing academy which has been life changing. Well Denman Hunt. Who runs hard hat? Which is one of the biggest independent agencies here in Australia? He he's been part of air for quite some time he's saying like it's really really useful and like you said you have to invite you have to have an invite to get into it or something the entrepreneurs organization you need to be at least making. US One million dollars suit but they do have accelerated programs for early stage startups up. So if you're making more than two hundred fifty thousand. US stoves you can apply for the program. It just means that you've already validated your business. And you're figuring out how how to scale and you need support on how to scale that business so There's definitely different opportunities there. So if you think about you've launched this your scrapping away. You're telling your family at Easter Christmas ketchups. When was the first like family? Catch up where you realize as you could stop sort of people really like believing and seeing the the method behind the men this and the result so to speak think. I don't quite know when my family really believed in the product like I think they've always been supportive of what I have done but I have taken on. Many rose had so many ideas ambitious projects on the run that they're like. Yeah whatever thing and Hugh knows But I definitely I think it was probably the realization when I had one Telstra Business Woman of the award Here in Victoria earned. My parents came along and like. Oh okay. She's actually I sort of not doing yeah it's interesting. My Dad has always been a real supporter even hustles. They live now out and wouldn't and we'll still deliver almond milk to the local cafe cafe in would end milk. That's gold and Yeah it's just really brilliant so I remember when when the thing from my parents is when we interviewed the small water there by the way if you want some holding classes design aesthetic there. Yeah and I think it was like the interview with with Jeff Kenna and there were like. Oh this is actually a thing like it's not just some little hobby that the project like it's actually toning into something thing and it's so funny when you that's when you because your family is sorry run honest with you. Friends will just tell you. Oh Yeah it's great like what you're doing is fantastic. And then they just go. I don't know what he's doing he come from a migrant family. You've got a corporate career. You're a lawyer doctor or something but if you're doing all these little random things like what is it that you're doing. Yes always saying. You don't want to quit that job at jobs. And very you know you get paid very well. Surety suck imagine those first years would have been like that a founding seeing reading a few of the interviews that you're responding responding to an email or written interview you renting emails at ten pm on a Friday night. This is sort of the standard of running this sort of business. I'm going to ask you what your day to day is like because you've been offered a million times and we all know what it's like running a business but I guess I'm curious fee you running a business. What do you love the most about having a business versus working for someone like? There's no doubt that working hard is part of it but having that freedom and flexibility is is what I love the most better he I guess freedom is an interesting concept where you might find freedom in a corporate role but you might find freedom. Running earned business the same time. You're almost tied into a business. You've invested your money into it. There is a Mutt. It's a much hotter autre escaped. Let's say you have different shackles with running your own business will working for someone else. So it's But of union a young in that sense but funnily enough when you talk about what does your day look like my day really is how I design it and how I I decide to manage it and to be honest. It's actually know what most entrepreneurs will what you hear is a successful entrepreneur and all these business books where they're up at six. Am they've got routine got structure. I really just wing it. I focus on figuring Out What my energy is doing how I'm feeling If I need to step away from the business and just stop and reflect and disconnect from it a little bit and and then they'll be periods like the last six weeks every weekend I have been working at some show or overseas in China at a trade show and I have not Stopped but I didn't set my alarm this morning. I got up at eight forty. I think it was nice and generally it really varies and I actually don't mind that but that probably suits me and my style and my routine. Oh Not really having a routine going right you know what I actually feel like going for coffee I to this cafe around the corner before I step into the office and actually make my team and I make that decision even though my teams already eight. Am and I make that decision. Based on how. I'm feeling and what I need to do to be my best self when I walk into that office and I love about having that Freidan through through the business I feel like you work better like just you know if if you feel one morning look on eight asleep and then I'll actually work better throughout the day. That's what's what's so good about it and being able to go have that coffee unless of course you go meetings or interviews absolutely. Yeah and then that that is the one downside. I guess you could say when you think about today. You're in Australia. New Zealand Singapore Malaysia Hong Kong amongst other countries in total under you hiring for an operations manager mid-day Shia. You really got sort one of two ways you can think about twenty one twenty twenty. It seems it's expanding product or expanding markets. What's on your mind for the next year or two in particular? It's really interesting but every year I definitely pick a theme of what we're trying to achieve first year was all about distribution creating distribution network across Australia. The second year was all about moving manufacturing to Australia so there was no noor chance of creating new products. This third year has all been about creating new products and expanding range and the fourth year essentially so even though we have been growing overseas and into overseas markets. The fourth year is really about ramping up marketing so bringing that education educational wellness and continuing to solidify. What we have been doing getting that message out there so feel like we haven't had that opportunity to get our message across so absolutely out? Fourth year is going to be everything about marketing and ramping things up to the next level and I think the way you purchase probably this smutty. You've really focused on product and developing that and building that infrastructure. And now you've got the word of mouth you know someone Lama go in the Cafe Finding Finding out better Today you can really start to accelerate on Paul gasoline on that file which is probably the small white to approach it The process. We've gotta get into this because this is this should be A. K.. Focus of your marketing. I think You know like like I said last night I was watching these these videos and you go quite interesting relationship. Because you've got a supplier who gives you a one hundred percent of your almonds. Which is is the Almond Code? USTRALIAN South Australia. You've got your manufacturer now down the road to not know. Stray oversee was the number to grow in the world. It makes sense. If you think about the landscape heaver Sa- say California quite similar. Probably been more available land and a bit more water yes tell me about the actual process itself. What is that? Look clock our start to finish. Let's let's start with the trees so you have an almond tree so almonds. Grown trees looks like Apple. Trees and harvest happens once a year happens in February very much. So once a year almonds will be harvested anther actually funnily enough Machines that grab the Bruce Bruce of the all the the trunk of the tree and literally shake the nuts off the tree they fall down to the ground this beautiful terra cotta a sand And all of a sudden a vacuum comes alone sweep up and vacuum all those almonds now the almonds actually have to shell chance so. They've got an inside Husk or a hard shell on an outside Husk and so the next process is allowing those Almonds to dry Out a little bit in the sun and they go into a facility which is Almond Co and they De Schelde and de Husked. And I'm and those almonds basically stoled For the next twelve months to supply not only Australia but overseas markets. And they're basically Siklie D- host Andy shout whenever someone wants to buy these products. What ends up happening? Is You get a lot of chipped..

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"de schelde" Discussed on Working Interferences Dental Podcast for Dentists

Working Interferences Dental Podcast for Dentists

13:13 min | 1 year ago

"de schelde" Discussed on Working Interferences Dental Podcast for Dentists

"Are not a tool that is absolutely correct and Lance. If you've already had a problem with it six months ago what are you doing you. You've already forgotten. I'm sure it wasn't a cheap lesson. Either I have to ask this. Oh because I get caught up in these details okay. Bidding to crab legs in the title says. I got seafood takeout tonight. Is there a worse food to get takeout then like crab legs seafood. It's got to be in the top five of worst takeout foods. Yeah I guess I hadn't thought of so crab is like a basically a Bug that lives in the ocean right the same way. They're just insects that live in the ocean. Yeah if I'M GONNA eat crab legs. Those fuckers need to be piping hot with sunlight boiling butter on the side. Yeah and lemon wedges in those little pantyhose right sure and I need I need the BIB. I need the whole. I need to run jurors that come with it you know. Yeah I need all that. You're not getting that at home. That's I that's so that's how you ended up in. This problem is that you don't who has that shit at home anyway. Right and by the time it gets to you on door dash or grub hub pizza ever Garbage delivery service like it's going to be room temperature. Who wants to room temperature crab legs? Yeah that's not my favorite kind for sure. What's a worst takeout food than crab blogs Safeway Sushi? Well that's just sue Safeway Sushi. Yes good Sushi actually said decent takeout. Rose it's not like if you're getting a good traditional Sushi. You're not relying on it being right right trying to think of what would be I So I think steak is I would never get takeout steak right. Yeah that's that's just seems. Yeah when I get steak I want. I wanted to be like Oh watch out. This plate is hot. Exactly you know. It was actually like a a puddle of boiling butter on the plate zyrtec in eighteen hundred degrees. Absolutely I like the. Ruth's Chris. Sort of Morton steakhouse. Yeah I do not want like Oh. It spent thirty minutes in the back of Rowell's Toyota Camry while he sucked on his jewel. Vape as he drove over here. That's not my idea of a good time right. I mean obviously the the reigning champion of takeout pizza forever and ever of course that's right chicken wings or takeout incre chicken wings. Do Okay all right. I'm not a big fan of like burgers or anything like that like there's drive through in their takeout me that's different to me is like like I'm having Grubber ubereats. Get it and I'll get it thirty minutes later and I. It just isn't like a Burger assault. It's always soggy. It's never great. We had we got takeout. Tonight Cassandra worked late and we got like a Deli. Like local mcallister's Deli. I think it's somewhat of a chain. Although they may not have it up there like a like a chef salad like next a pizza sallow like holds at the best. Sure her because it's there's nothing really hot about it and it just you just do your thing right but sandwiches generally like soggy. Not Good could. Could you imagine like getting salmon like a salmon fillet or something take out in just like lukewarm. Yeah I the way I'd want it but okay. Chinese food is great. That's always a good thing. I'm just like looking at Grub hub right now just to Kinda see like Oh okay what's recommending tacos. You know mixed feelings they could be good depends because if crispy Taco I gotta eat right away because Tommy let me get home. It's become soggy and it's it doesn't have the crunch. Yeah Yeah I agree with that. So it's gotta be the right talk like we've gotten Fajita takeout before and those are generally done pretty well. It's like just the meat and it's like this. This metal tans all packed up right and kind of make it on your own. Yeah that was that always works. Okay Yeah Spaghetti actually does okay. I feel like yeah I think so. It's spaghetti better the next day. Anyway I don't know if you've ever felt that not a fan but I'm not really a fan kind of much of anything the next day. Okay so I'm not a huge take or a huge leftovers guy but spaghetti. Something always obviously leftover 'cause there's like gives the sauce more time to soak in and stuff like that Spaghetti is really good. Sure really good. Thai food's always good take out. Yeah Thai food does well but Yemen crab legs. It's like not high on my list. Shit I'M GONNA get no no barbecue does as well. They generally pack that up. Pretty good. Anything you'RE GONNA meet a tool special tool Unless they're right in that tool to you. Yeah that's you're asking for trouble. Here's another thing that I'm I'm way down for takeout. There's a a breakfast place to your colts news. I don't know if they have in Washington state it's like started in Denver Bunch of stay tuned locations. It's kind of a one of our typical like brunch places and they do a bunch of takeout business and like just pancakes waffles. Take out. It's not good. Those things like pancakes navy piping hot when you eat them yeah yeah they do waffles be piping hot yup and take out like room temperature waffles room temperature pancakes. It's not room temperature. Eggs snot sound good. Breakfast is in the top five five of like horrible takeout things. Yeah yeah fish steak fish breakfast and then anything like with with soggy bread out Matt and all that yeah good call so yeah. Is it a good idea for to bite on crab legs. No no not a good idea as a rule rule no especially if you broken his screw. Yeah it's not saying which tooth it is but I don't think it really matters assuming it's an anterior. Okay right I mean how could you canine. Yeah premolar in that area. If you're trying to be sort of the leg in there to chomp on it yeah but even that I. Why are you getting crab? Legs takeout yeah crap at least that little fork the India's like yeah. where's your melted butter thing? How are you eating it without melted? Butter I'm more hung up on that than I am her piloting on it. That's an issue for me is the fact that he would get crab legs takeout. That's insanity that would only consider it if it was already you know de Schelde all right. Let's look good. This person's post history a a lot of stuff about a movie called midsummer which I never saw as a horror movie. What netflix stuff? Oh Oh Netflix. Best of celebrate it shows that puts you in a sexy mood and are also good all all right. This is the point like all right. So we're GONNA like quote unquote as the kids. Say netflixing children. You're not actually going to watch netflix right. So does it matter if the show is good you miss it. You can miss the show. I thought it was over-produced. The acting was terrible. What is this in the separate of Volvo Denia? I have a hyper tonic pelvis floor in full over stimuli this. What is it Volvo? Dania I have of no idea do I need to. I'm not sure I want to know I think I've got announced search for the healthcare curies. Volvo Denia is a pain that lasts for three months or longer is not caused by infection skin disorder other medical condition. What does Volvo Dania feel like Vulva Ladainian most commonly is described as burning stinging irritation rawness? Aching soreness throbbing and swelling also may be felt. Wow I never heard of it this well. Does it sound good no. It's not good. That can be so uncomfortable at some activities can feel unbearable such a sitting for long periods of time. We're having sex. Maybe that's why she wants the Netflix show to be could right right because the chill part is not is is not Is Not not comfortable now why. I had no idea about vogue India. I'm glad Lance frankly. Well good glad I did not know. Okay this is interesting in this Hubbard of sex looking for a more affordable sex wedge. My husband and I would love to try something like this. And it's a link to something called the Liberator Sex Wedge. The liberator sex hedge has been called a must purchase by Tim. Ferriss when I think of sex toy Oy advice tim. FERRISS is my go-to he is my. It's every year we have you. There's Oprah's favorite things have. Tim ferriss favorite sex toys. Well it's kind of like when I'm thinking about Lube. I want Patrick Stewart's opinion exactly exactly like whatever whatever captain Picard says. That's where I yeah my my try to Dork okay. We just ran into a row problem because I thought for sure. The title of this episode is going to be Stanley. Melamed thirst trap but now to Paris for its sex toys. I wonder what we're GONNA do. You did. How are we going to figure that out? I don't know I feel like we have to figure this out now. I Love Stan. Stanley Melamed thirst trap. But I also love Tim. paresis favorite sex toys holy Shit Lance We may have to flip a coin. Coin you don't I don't have a coin the son of a bitch let's let's let's do A. Let's do a coin. Let's see if I can a coin. Flip Okay hold on. So we're gonNA flip again So heads is Stanley Melamed. Thirst Trap Guy and tales. Is Tim Ferriss favorite sex toys. I just googled coin flip. There's like a little thing on Google that can do this. Oh Wow flip and we're going to see what it would it comes up okay Stanley Melamed. Third Strap okay. There you go back to the deal. Tim Ferriss Paris. His favorite sex to eight and is hailed as a Miracle Product by countless converts this subtle slope and firmness of the wedges ideal for providing support and lift for missionary and anal as well as providing the perfect anger angle for longer. Oral sessions that suffering from a crick in the neck. And that part I hate God I mean. That's how many times have I ended up in the chiropractors office lands. 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"de schelde" Discussed on Unhappy Hour with Matt Bellassai

Unhappy Hour with Matt Bellassai

22:54 min | 1 year ago

"de schelde" Discussed on Unhappy Hour with Matt Bellassai

"I cannot tell me some bad accent really I think it's so European so English all right yeah sure my com celeste pulp please I really used to not like handling pumpkin pulp when I was little or do you enjoy it now no I guess not I just every time I've carved pumpkin which in my life has been like thrice I would say you know you cut it off also you have to remember to cut it an angle which I never did 'cause you know you cut the round bit off the top but if you cut up and down then when you take off the top go put back on Gills false ray through uh-huh so you have to cut it an angle so that sets in there well pinterest girls know what I'm talking about am I right L. O. MOMS fellow fellow oetzi Queens but every time author at times that I've carved a Pumpkin it's Blake Yeah you top and then it's like what I imagine inserting your hand into like a cow's Amos's like yeah and then you pull it out wow and you're like this is absolutely disgusting why would anybody do this I feel like the popey part is the part that kids are supposed to really enjoy from taking from carving a Pumpkin it's like Oh look at all this stuff like touching stuff but I just was like this is absolutely disgusting will not be by mom you can do this job famously week Uh when I was a child and I would dag over absolutely everything but you know what's great about carving a Pumpkin it's very easy to become a trash can for life true it's right there I remember one of the first pumpkins that I carved it was like a small Pumpkin I would say the head of like an eleven or twelve your old measure if I'm begins yes and I carved it and it started growing like white fern cy and believe that's mold riot and the night touched it with my finger and my older cousin I don't remember how I was probably like eight or nine and my older cousin told me that I was infected and they would start growing that white hair yeah and I was fully terrifies forty eight hours I was fully convinced that I was in a sprout hairs yeah and then you went through puberty the next day and then yeah sprouted hairs all over your body my pupils are actually snowy white God also you applaud the inside of a Pumpkin and then everyone's like oh the seeds or delicious pumpkin seeds are impossible to get open an impossible mission impossible pumpkin seed it's all that work also and you get one tiny sliver of seed I thought that you don't open it you just roast them in the shell and then you eat the whole shell yeah what producer Melissa's reading with no you just you've been making yourself work harder for less you're not supposed to eat the shell when you roast it yeah absolutely do I've never heard that in my life what have you been eating you also can sell it and eat those one time Alex and I decided to host pumpkin seeds but we did it backwards where we got pumpkin seeds that were already de Schelde and roasted those and they were absolutely horrible we also were very hot I I guess I've been doing it wrong entire life yeah all three times that I've carved if I'm kidding I I mean let's be real I've never roasted pumpkin seeds ever in my life I just zoomed that you break them open no it's very easy to do I think we have we used to buy pumpkin seeds from the store that were like salt and we would sit there and open them and eat the inside that's one way to do it it's just a stupid way I guess well blame it on my dad ext carving Pumpkins also takes like seven hours and you fuck up once in it's like oh I guess I just have to start over from the beginning and I guess I guess we're done or because eventually people are getting all fancy these days now it's not good enough to just carve right into it now there are shades you do at where you like you shave off the orange part to expose underneath and the deeper you shade you've the like more light let's end wants to put a light inside People make car like sculptures no or a or putting a triangle a triangle a smaller triangle and then some teeth could also be triangles also if you're one of those people the pinterest people who are like Oh we're going to we're GONNA put the insides so that looks like it's throwing up you can go fuck yourself okay oh it was fun maybe once in two thousand when a when someone named Mary Beth came up with it for the first time and was like this is GonNa this is GonNa blow the roof off of the Pumpkin carving community it did it momentarily at dead but now we're past it come up with something new come up with something fresh also pumped again is just a terrible nickname that straight men used to describe other girlfriends that they think they own as property Pumpkin Pumpkin and it's an imperative that you don't say the m you say an Pumpkin now next thirty and I was like why isn't anybody do KKK. I feel like the costume holds up. You just have to choose a rounded part of the you know you can't have unethical head well yeah no no no no but still it's just too close especially if you have a head space I do I think you have a very pointy head shape wow thank you what about all of the other fall flavors that have to take a back fuck and seed silly Miss Pumpkin could have day in the spotlight no okay maple Bourbon a salted caramel even Apple Semnan what about all of them will who will speak the underdog if not me do I enjoy the Pumpkin sure would you I probably one time can space every decade of course Allante I'll do it an ice run because because homosexual but I'll do it but.

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"de schelde" Discussed on Today in Focus

Today in Focus

09:38 min | 1 year ago

"de schelde" Discussed on Today in Focus

"Sale the National Conference Center in Bournemouth. There was an Democrat delegates streaming through these tools wearing their yellow Lan Yang. It's come through in corporates area and I could just see up ahead. Peter Walker Guardians Political correspondent pizza. Hello I'm alright. What's the mood been like here really really buoyant everyone you talk to you. They say this is you. You know my favorite lipscomb conference ever. They've they've gotten you leader. They've got these new. MP's like seemed to a new one every single week today's new policies. I think they're brexit policies election winner. They keep on predicting that if the polls says they are you there is an election they can get anything between fourteen and one hundred M which sounds yeah. That's what keeps saying that's their modeling is saying. I think hundred is very very very topic but you know even though that explaining policy as if they want to enter govern on their own in realistic to him reasonable chance so they could end up holding the balance of power and in much the same way I trump since conservative opposition very much as the brexit minded party they are very much remain party and this new pledge to revoke Article v Stop Brexit in the admittedly unlikely event they win. General election cements them in in voters mind you come last year. This is my very first conference. People who say it's different to other conferences and very much because Labor until we conference is a quite cool put in very serious lip spoiler third party. Have these strange strange kind of conditions. I do have Karaoke party had last night after famous lib-dem Glee Club but the all sing kind of statistical songs Ah Liberal Democrat. MP's people which is actually this evening very popular event and do you have to go. It's very apparent. Yes I do have to. We're we're going to have to go. It would be fair to say than the Liberal Democrats had a turbulent few years and twenty seventeen gene. They won just twelve seats across the country as a pro-european. Party brexit has presented them with an opportunity to more success in recent European and local elections combined with the arrival of new MP's. It's really reinvigorated and reshape. Philip downs say much the party conference gift shop kind of struggling to keep Deepak. This is a sea of yellow this at de Schelde therefore everything that's monks run a quantum should I okay positions through the every. MP You can get a Mug for them. I was I was talking to shop. It's very disappointed haven't had time to do mugs than NPR's yet. Apparently they're wasting LYTHAM central office to send the pictures over says no look. There's no service I'm Jay Switzerland. I think they sold out of Jersey mugs and they've been saying to you about the new. MP's when we joke with many of them on the mugs but what do you think people make all this weekend. Sanjay coming into party fittingly be Santa Birger are they are they pleased are concerned for the most part people live really really pleased because it's new empties and they lift off a centrist party and to be able to get MP's from both the left and the right is really really pleasing for them. Positively is everywhere. This conference eighth on the floor of the auditorium venture mean gives his maiden speech. This brings me to emergencies opposition. I know a bit about the opposition and it's in the meeting room where standing-room-only Feliciana Lisa verge of taking questions from delegates. It does feel like these new. MP's really boosting morale way just outside the exhibition fishing center and lots of good milling around here. What do you think about the new he's coming from Labour from the conservatives. I think it's really funny that some Jima Rats leader Conservative foty now. He's one of us but then again I mean he did run lead with the Conservative Party on a second referendum Renton platform which was bulls by did speak to some people who were more cautious about the party becoming a home philosophy. MP's is this your first time at this at this conference. Does the party failed different. Does it feel more exciting or show me yeah. There is a huge rati here rushing different people there's also the damage is people with all signs of different ideas. Sometimes the variety is hard to take in because because there are some quite free market-oriented people and they're the opposite like me guaranteed some of the new. MP's door joint sometimes the weekend or don't actually know enough about them historic records. You'll be welcome them into the Party and I'm worried but it may be the there was a lot of controversy about Philip me. WHO's record is questionable but I would be in a national crisis absolutely what people actually do meet findlay. He wasn't too recently a conservative. MP until he crossed the floor of the Commons enjoying the Liberal Democrats are the largest spoke to said there's been a lot of criticism of some of his views and his voting record particularly of his stunts on LGBT rights and an amendment he made to the Immigration Bill in two thousand fourteen so very interested to meet him and just find out how it's open going in the past couple of weeks conference. Hola Tory party conference was like stage-managed rally wasn't democracy in action here they're actually discussing and members on the floor and voting and and yes that can have challenges for for the management for the Party and things. That's well documented but you know what I'd rather have it like this. Then the way my former boss he did it and EV. Oh Oh the MP's of join the temps in recent weeks. I think yours was probably the most dramatic events is in to the party. Now you cross the floor in the Commons. Wall Lawrence Johnston was honest. Feverish Irish Irish are old and need watched. His majority disappear foyer is is he made that journey why did you did you choose to do it like that. I think when the whole prorogation business this started towards the end of August undeniably that accelerated my thinking the needed to be a you're just he's not doing this moment. This is not right yeah. It's been but thinking when I was watching got. I imagine you being quite nervous just seconds before you knew you were going to do it and then old the jazz and I wear unfortunate to wear I watch and I sat down next to Chase Winston about full foam and this is so after I sat down my my started to vibrate and I thought that was flashing. I mean I hadn't ever seen do this before I don't really understand my entirety and and I looked at it and it was telling me that my pulse rate was running at more than one hundred twenty and I wasn't moving which obviously is a doctor okay so I was deep breathing reading for a bit chart to manage my post seriously yes. It was not easy. It has been a lot of coverage of your voting record cord in the past and one day's news coverage. They've been coverage of of misrepresentation of my views. There are issues when you've been other party. You've been whipped vote for things. Do you think that immigrants should be tested for HIV or Hepatitis B. The country remind viewers was better that people coming into this country we knew the status so that they can be treated and they'll say that we could prevent further infection spreading and and that's not how it's being portrayed in Corson's drew upon my medical experience when you've been confronted the reality of a sub Saharan African patient presenting with an AIDS defining illness in general practice this this person not knowing that they were HIV positive advance so therefore they've been leading a life like anyone else without any knowledge if things. I didn't know your listenership understand what probing probing amendments are. Probing amendments are are not to be pushed to vote to. This wasn't about legislation. This was about trying to provoke debate but above all the motivation Asian was protecting patients protecting public health and I hope in Tyne enough people understand the head of the Liberal Democrats. LGBT group resigned when you join the party. How did you feel about and are you having conversations with. LGBT members within within. Ah Yes I'm having conversations and I had one. This morning. Agreed with people going to have another one this afternoon. Throughout all of this. I've tried to remain calm despite a genuine upset personally at being described in this way not least because I wouldn't want my patience to think this of me and you describe the last couple weeks has.

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"de schelde" Discussed on The Brilliant Idiots

The Brilliant Idiots

03:24 min | 2 years ago

"de schelde" Discussed on The Brilliant Idiots

"Three hundred dollars worth of crab legs spiked cholesterol through to fucking roof. Okay. They come out clean up ahead. I spent forty dollars at a buffet had three size of pizza. First of all, I haven't even been to Buffy the head crab legs. So what I never been. You. Gotta get out of west Philly, bro. I don't think I'll even trust it though. Phase to come in. Well, I'm from at least Albright people. They literally wait at the at the dish for the crab legs come in very cramped. And they'll be waiting there for thirty minutes. And then once they get their, greedy and grab all the crab legs. And they fight. It was don't get a day one time and some lady stands for almost winning step before good. Fuck. They're really not butter. He had had have you been to the boil not boil? It's the only reason you'd think it's good because it takes work to get it out. No, I guess not. True anal. What doesn't hurt point anal on this pedestal because it's hard to get right? You've gotta convince girl to do it. You have to saliva. You have to use lube. It has to be your birthday. That's all these things to make it happen. So when you finally get it in there, you're like, oh my God. I finally got any it's like a stachel. Like have you ever stash shows that are already de Schelde Yeah. act? Time to should he not okay cashews away. Better. Not you'll have to do all the work for the cash true. So you think it's less valuable you have to do all this work for the crab leg and get a microscopic amount of crab me, not true. Go to the boil they had to the boil. They throw your food in a fuck and plastic back. So why is respectful worked out? Why am I here? Go to barbecue. And they made me cook my own food. It's like what is your job? What are you doing? What did you just tricked me into cooking my own fucking who's washing the plates me to take care of that too? Here's a fucking place in Japan. This girl is sending me there's a place Japan where they make you. It's part of the gimmick you fish for your own food. It's like the balls on you the Paul's on you, you're gonna feed me sushi. So you don't even go to cook it, and now I got cats my own fuck and food to send me to the forest. What am I what am I doing just ready to fishing? Experience. Sit down you bring me my fucking Polk. That's what's fun. Paying not do dishes is that what happened? I'll know what you're talking to right now. You're live it everybody's fishing in this little days. Oh my God. We didn't get a fish. Now, you're hungry. Now. You're starving. Paying? I don't catch a fish. Well, where Japan? Two. I could not. But that I have issued these places it's like the try to go all high brow at their food. Yeah. Right. You don't need to go highbrow with your food. Just bring me the food. You know?.

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"de schelde" Discussed on News Radio 920 AM

News Radio 920 AM

11:07 min | 2 years ago

"de schelde" Discussed on News Radio 920 AM

"Keeping a five-nation. We are talking about things that you know, if you think about it what we aren't eating is probably what's going to kill us. Okay. So we can focus on all these studies like the studies I was just talking about previously before the break about how the World Health Organization is calling bacon, sauces and process, meats pro probable carcinogenic's. I don't know about you. But that's scares me enough to go. I'm not so sure I want to eat those anymore at wall ever. And then, you know, some of you may be vegans out there. So you wouldn't be eating those. And you know, there's lots of studies that show plant based diets are a lot healthier. And some of you who aren't ready to go. You know, jump on that you might wanna think about doing some meatless days and try and some meatless recipes, and you know, maybe if you did two out of seven days, that's like almost thirty three percent of. Of the week. And just think of how many animals and things could be saved. If everyone did that. And there are good foods out there that are vegan. And so many of you know, about the impossible burger, there's a lot of other products that are out there that you can now have that tastes really good. But today, we're gonna talk about what foods this dietitian might put in our car at one of those big grocery stores, the food warehouses, or you know, any local store so one of the things that I like to pick up is organic not packets nuts are packed with nutrients ranging from heart fats to fiber that helps with digestion in even more. So with protein, so which help you keep your hunger at bay, and we always talk about keeping it a five. Remember having three meals a day and a snack between lunch and dinner at minimum nuts are a good source of potassium, which helps lower blood pressure. Nuts. Are low and saturated fat and high in unsaturated fat. So just a handful could do the trick. And that would be about one hundred fifty to two hundred calories. But remember a bowl of nuts can be about eight hundred calories. So we have to be mindful about how much consume, and you can't just, you know, have the can at your desk and be writing emails or whatever and pop in. You know, the nuts end because it's going to add up real quick. A great snack would be like nuts with fruit. Like, maybe you'd have a handful of nuts and you'd have an apple, but the packets are really great because you just can bring some cheer desk. Put them in your desk draw or wherever grab one how eight that. That's a hundred and fifty calories hero aware of how much you had. And then go on to your next thing. Another one that I like is Kirkland signature shelter, stash egos, another favorite of mine. And basically what we we know is that. That possess shows are excellent source of protein. They're healthy nuts and nutrients like magnesium Embi six they are delicious. And they sometimes tedious today shell so you might want to get the de Schelde version, the other thing that you might not, you know, you may like them shell because you may make it more mindful while you're having those to undo the shell might take you a little longer, and that may help you realize, you know, that you only you need, you know, a handful or so and it takes a little while to do. So you might not be so likely to overeat these come pre shells. So adding it to anything is is simple as opening the bag and putting in some, you know, some dried fruit with them making your own type of Nick's that would be perfect, but these can be added to salads. Also for somebody. That's vegan a lot of times. It's a little bit. It's a little bit harder for people that are. Again to get the right amount of protein in their diet. But they can do it with the right guidance. You know, so they're great altera turn it too. High calorie snacks candy that may be high in trans fat sugar or saturated fat. The other one is they have at some of the stores, the single HAMAs packs, so Costco, actually sells pack servings of non GMO organic HAMAs. And that means they are made with the highest quality chick peas, and they're really fresh homage. So it can go bad quickly once opened and that means that's a good thing. Because this you know, that means there's not a lot of chemicals and preservatives in there, and they're great to e you know, with anything from crackers to raw veggies, and they're rich and fiber protein and iron hot. High HAMAs can be the main ingredient in any meatless meal carrots and HAMAs are great midafternoon snack. Most people make. The easy choice instead of the healthy choice when they come home, hungry and tired. So this is a great mid afternoon snack, carrots and HAMAs. So think about that it's really really super easy to do. You could bring the pack right in your lunch bag every day or you can bring several input and the frigerator at your workplace and then just Monday through Friday. No that your snacks going to be carrots and HAMAs. And then maybe the next week you switch it up to something else. And then Kirk Lynn has a signature three berry bland. So it's always best to go fresh second would be frozen but certain times a year New England. I mean, sometimes they only choices frozen. So this frozen bag is a blend of berries, blackberries and raspberries. It's convenient and full of vitamins, fiber and antioxidants. They are perfect addition to smoothies yogurt or any even just as a snack or tree, and you could keep it frozen for the summer. Loss university is studying berries for this antioxidant benefits, including the possibility that they may boost brain function, berries are good source of vitamin k which plays a role in preventing osteoporosis and hardening of the arteries if Barry's are out of season, you know, you can always just try like this frozen blunt. And there's another products that like it's called smart for life cookies for those who need something more starchy to satisfy their sweet tooth. But that's not saying, you know, you just going to eat a whole bunch of cookies you're gonna have one serving size. They're gluten free low in sugar made with non GMO ingredients. And they're only hundred calories per packet, the low sugar and high protein content will prevent spikes and crashes in your blood sugar levels. So you won't crave. A second cookie. As long as you're in mind fell you'll sat aside satisfy that craving and be ready to go. So just remember you need to stop at one serving. Many people find themselves by one hundred calorie snacks opening three to four packages at a time. So it kind of defeats the purpose that it's much more expensive to buy the individual packs than it would be to buy a large pack, but if you are able to have just one serving the smart for life cookies that is an excellent choice. And there are also a lot of the bigger stores are now selling protein powder, and bigger containers, and the very they may vary at different locations as far as what the source Carrie, and what the stores don't the specific brand. At your big store. Location may vary. But any of the low carb shakes could be a good addition to your diet, and they aren't just for people to build muscle. And you have to remember too that a lot of people, you know, you you might get some information from someone at the gym who's like, you know, weightlifting and the careful where you get your information from I say that every. Week on the army with food show because too much protein could also affect the liver and the kid kidneys. So that would be very detrimental to your body if you're over consuming protein powder. So don't think just because you take in more protein. You're going to build more muscle is not as simple as that. If only it were, you know, it's it's going to be you could add those berries that I just mentioned to any of these protein powders. And you know, you want to make sure that, you know, I don't know some of them have this really long shelf life, and I know I wouldn't brag about a long shelf-life. I would mention that as a plan b on their great to have in the kitchen as a par stock for those days when crap happens, and we do not have a plan, and we didn't prepare, but that would be totally outlier day, and it could be a really good meal substitute, especially in the morning. You know, if you wanted to make a quick shake before you. You know, laugh for work. And then we also talk about organic, holy guacamole Many's the portion controlled guacamole packs are popular pick for a lot of the big stores and a lot of people shopping lists and the organic holy guacamole. Minis are really good choice. These individual packs of guacamole are a great on the go snack with whole grains crackers are sliced veggies the slowly digested healthy fat from the avocado will keep you full for hours. These are perfect percent of good fat. No thinking Volve, many people do not realize a whole avocado can have three hundred seventy five calories of pure fat Manoa saturated fat. Yes. However, still too much fat for a snack or even a meal. So stick to the Minnie's to add to salads or as a mid afternoon snack with carrots to keep your hunger at bay and remember. If you could you could always buy a bigger one and just go to job, LA or somewhere and get those really tiny little containers that are like an ounce and do it yourself and save yourself some money. Probably save yourself a good amount of money. So there's always, you know, these prepackaged stuff. Okay. They're good. They're convenient. But you know, they're always more expensive. There's no doubt about that. And so if you want to prepare and plan and save money, I would say, you know, do some of this stuff yourself and don't just rely on. But you could also have some of the stuff for those days that you're running behind you're running late because it happens to all of us. So there's also a manuka Honey is different from any average sweetener. And it actually has an it lepto spirit D H A not to mention that. It's proven that. Honey is also proven to help improve sleep fight, acne and aid digestion among other cures. It's known to be an. Anti-inflammatory? So what you might wanna think about doing instead of adding those fake sugars that only 'cause hyperinsulinemia and cause hunger,.

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"de schelde" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio

760 KFMB Radio

10:25 min | 2 years ago

"de schelde" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio

"Part of socialism. I agree with. I think that might be my first macadamia nut cookie. I don't know if I've ever had a macadamia nut cookie. Really? Yeah. I would never choose that over choice during that raisins is number one and chocolate chip. I would always choose the other two over the macadamia. But after that, that's quite a quite a run in here. Did you get it from bistro? Okay. Last one. Are here. Those are sometimes those rough sometimes you Bill ask coffee. Yeah. To kind of soften 'em back up. No. Oh, no. This is very soft. Certainly. Oh, please. I wouldn't. I don't care what kind of hard. I have no interest in them. But I mean, there's a great cookie. Excellent. The macadamia nut definitely top five nuts. No doubt about it. We're big nut family probably one of the most expensive to certainly well. So my wife her favorite nut is the stash EEO not the already de Schelde Sasho. I was gonna say lot of work the return on the investment in time. Sure, you don't get that many right out of if you have the shelled once per minute, you can only probably have ten right ten per minute. And that's that's probably not worth it. So if you have to shell at bumps her top spot, which is then replaced by the macadamia nut am I Weiss rankings. But if it's already de shell pistachio that's at the top. And of course, those are the two most expensive nuts. I've gotten on a kick lately the wife bought me some kind of like a mixed bag, but they got no peanuts in it. Now, you don't want peanuts Pena's our waste. Yeah. So it's it's all the good stuff. Come to find out went to the store. She's paying like eight ninety nine. Oh, man. That's a really expensive. That's are no joke. That's our food. Splurge nuts. It's gotta be so expensive that in a steak. Yeah. But no, we'll also wife likes those. I my favorite nut because the people are clamoring to know, Eric the all pecan. Also of nut to love the begun become. Cost to nut ratio. That would be the walnut and the walnuts are too expensive. Walnuts. Are great. I'm always torn between the walnut and the cashew as my fav- cashews to oily for me. Love the cash with the texture of the cashew too. 'cause it kind of snaps in half wa yeah. Wow. Teaches teaches on you can't compare that with the cash of the walnut the wall that has the most fascinating of all the texture. I could see I could see that the wall is like a coral. Reef the wall of the coral reef is got to be if you're if you get a shell the walnut yourself out on that stat the only not the only nut that you would ever d shell yourself is the pistachio barely. And because it's it's like cracked open. Because you're at a ball game or something like that. But no other not are you d shell shelling. That's an absurd proposition. I can't we brought that up. Yeah. Shelling. Walnuts. Like a tool proper tool for that. You do no interest in that. And then of course, you're you're you're almond. That's just your basic. All the time. Franken I was a professor at a university. That should I say what university Frank. I'm a guest lecturer at San Diego State university. What's good? First of all, what's your favorite nut? Clearly, really guy. Yeah. It's an old standby but keep but I don't think it. Yeah. I'll put it in there. Okay. Well, there's another one you could to shell yourself. Right. Exactly spit it out and do the whole thing. Now, it's part of the process process answering our Frank what your point about socialism capitalism that we were talking about. Well, very interesting that you should mention that Mike I teach a course where I do an exercise with the clash and James actually fairly not I wouldn't take insurance. But it's not too far out. It's not Berkeley, it's fine. But nonetheless, you know, I do have some students that are very passionate about their progressive views, and I do an experiment where after the first midterm, essentially, come out with kind of this proclamation from this California state system that says they're going to start outcome based grading and bottom line is at the end of. This course, we've been chosen as a pilot class, and I'm gonna go ahead and have to distribute the grades now. Those would be as congratulations. That is great and you should be proud, and you should be honored in the hard work that you put in. But those are the you gotta d- today's your walkie day. I have to take. Percentage points from those that got an eight and give it to them. And as I'm going through this, right? You can see their faces. They're absolutely in shock. They cannot believe that I would one do that too. That somebody would have the dashiki to redistribute their value in worse than effort on niche grade over to somebody who they know dignity well on the exam, and now I have to actually call timeout because some of them get so. And get so visibly manic about this unfair aspect, how could they dare do this? And then I follow up with conversations about okay? Let's talk about that supply that to the government. Let's apply that to your taxes. Let's apply that, and it's interesting the reactions that again, I don't try to convert anybody I just use it as an exercise to show them. Hey, you know, changes great when it happens to the other guy. But when it happens to me Nacho much, do you think they are able to even a couple of them can connect it with the rest of life. Yeah. I think a lot of them because I do happen to teach in the evening as a guest lecturer. So I happen to have a higher kind of a I don't wanna say caliber. But I have a more experienced crew. Yes. People who've been in the working world a little more practice. Right. I've got I've got moms and dads. I've gone for military. I've got folks that got hold down a job during the daytime. And then I've got, you know, you're you're twenty somethings that that, you know, kind of have this idea that wait, wait, wait, wait. I just got a ninety eight on this exam. You're telling me, I'm only going to get an eighty six because I have to give percentage of migrate over here. And they're just they're they're in absolute shock that somebody would propose the redistribution of their great love. And what are you? What what does a guest lecturer? What does that mean? Exactly. University can't hire on everybody ten years. So they grabbed you know, guys like me that have an academic or in this case a business background that can afford the time and enjoys being up on the podium and Charlie teach one class or a couple of classes a week during one evening and the university vets me, and I have to go through this process. But they hire me on. I basically fill in where the other tenured professors are off doing other son. Okay. What percentage of professors, would you say our guest lecturers versus tragic good. That's a good thing. We have a fairly good size of it in in the department that I'm in because much of in in this case, it's the business department and show you have a number of people that have come in from the corporate world or come in from field experience in international business or local business, or whatever the case may be where some of the tenure professors are more applying their research, and it becomes much more rigorous in their research and academic studies. And they some of them have. And been out in in the corporate world at least for a while. Anyway. Fresh blood that comes through and and kind of brings in some new academic humor. Well, guys yesterday at this time, we talked about that the I and what was what was the word for the I do you. Remember the word to describe vitriol. We talked about vitriol the gel of the eye and here we are talking about hemoglobin who knew we had so much biology. Frank, good stuff. I'm glad you're I'm glad you're with these kids and young adults and. My pleasure. Have a great day. Heard this great lie Oldham is at one point real quick. So in this book. Sports team about a researcher, professor researcher who had all this data and all these conclusions about gender differences when it comes is two thousand thirteen a decade or so ago, this guy this professor compiling all this data. But he dare not publish any of it until after he got tenure because he knew it'd be so controversial simply talking about the gender differences in athletic competitions that he didn't he didn't publish any of it until you got tenure and wasn't able to be fired. My conclusion their brain heard this line recently. And as you give more examples, maybe it'd be a good thing to do. I like this line. Everyone is a conservative on what they know best. Everyone's a conservative on what they know best. The question is are they able to have enough. She's really empathy to ascribe those same principles to other people as well. Right. So if your progressive. Let's say let's say you're progressive, and you believe in government mandates and regulations for businesses. But you open up a coffee shop, and you and the government comes in and mandates that you. Have a certain type of coffee machine and you want to better one. But the government mandates this because blah, blah, blah, whatever on that owning a coffee shop, you're a conservative get the government out of my store. But are you wise enough to apply that same principle every other business and every other aspect of government intervention? That's the question. But everyone's a conservative on what they know best what eight hundred seven sixty K FM, one hundred seven sixty five three six to Dan, beer, the beer home team, ladainian Tomlinson, three years as houses on the market. You mentioned that you don't want your house in the market for three years as brutal. So he said all right enough of this. A couple of different ages. But then he went to Dan, beer, your home team and.

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