35 Burst results for "Desert Bar"
Federal Government Is Accused of Leaving Migrants in Border Towns
"Of people that US authorities air taking into custody at the southern border is on pace to set records. Most people are being sent back to Mexico. But there are exceptions. NPR's Kirk Siegler reports from rural Arizona, where there is a big controversy over whether the federal government is just dropping migrants off. From Tucson, Dr West 100 miles across the remote, mountainous and hot Sonoran Desert, just north of Mexico, and Highway 86 starts getting rougher and narrower as you get close to the old mining town of Ah ho, Arizona. Behind the Ah Hope Plaza and its ornate Spanish colonial buildings to white U. S. Border Patrol vans pull into a dusty allergy. Agents Hop out slide. Open the doors and families with Children pile out. One woman, limp says she picks up her suitcase and a plastic bag with bed sheets. This one woman I'm watching right now looks very tired, very stress. Volunteers, then usher them inside a small gym. They've converted to an improvised shelter for their handed water and told where they are Most of no idea. I've just been released from detention. Have another baby. That's what she said. He moved us. Welcome Our explains the first need a covert tests, which the U. S government isn't doing less migrant show symptoms. The families, most of whom looked middle class, sit down and wait. Exhausted.
Las Vegas Pushes to Become First to Ban Ornamental Grass
"Of the grass, the grass and they're getting rid of grass, not the artificial stuff there outlawing grass. No, this is real grass. Apparently they have about this. It's ornamental grass that uses four times as much water as drought tolerant landscaping, like cactus or succulent when they are in the middle of the desert, right. I mean, it makes sense right, so they think they can cut they can reduce their annual city water consumption by about 15%. Which is going to be key the summer for them, And for us that segment and they're coming up in just a second. I
Famed Egyptian archaeologist reveals 3,000-year-old lost city
"Are celebrating the discovery of a 3000 year old lost Golden City. The site was uncovered in the desert near Luxor and dates back to the reign of a minute topped the third. Egypt's Council of Antiquities calls the find the largest ancient city ever uncovered from under the desert sands. And the
Study: Drought-breaking rains more rare, erratic in US West
"Government research finds that climate change is making rain storm patterns more a radic in the west increasing the length of drought conditions across most of the region researchers say over the past fifty years rainstorms have become increasingly unpredictable and more areas are showing longer intervals between storms that means more intense and more dangerous wildfires parched crop lands and not enough vegetation growing to support livestock and wildlife but government hydrologists in Arizona says the most dramatic changes were recorded in the desert southwest we're the average dry period between rain storms increased from about thirty days in the nineteen seventies to forty five days now and the problem seems to be accelerating the new findings were published in geophysical research letters they come amid predictions the US could see the worst spring drought in almost a decade hi Jackie Quinn
Deadly breach could delay decisions about Capitol fencing
"I'm I'm Julie Julie Walker Walker there there needs needs to to be be a a balance balance between between security security and and public public access access at at the the capitol capitol even even in in the the wake wake of of last last week's week's deadly deadly attack attack that that killed killed an an officer officer says says the the lawmaker lawmaker leading leading a a bipartisan bipartisan effort effort to to investigate investigate the the January January six six riots riots publican publican senator senator Roy Roy blunt blunt says says the the capital capital is is an an important important symbol symbol of of who who we we are are it it must must be be secure secure but but free free I I think think the the permanent permanent fencing fencing should should come come down down I I don't don't think think it it does does the the job job in in fact fact the the fencing fencing was was right right there there when when the the car car drove drove through through officer officer William William Evans Evans was was killed killed Friday Friday when when police police say say no no a a green green ran ran his his car car into into a a barrier barrier then then lunged lunged with with a a knife knife green green was was shot shot and and killed killed retired retired lieutenant lieutenant general general Russel Russel honore honore who who led led a a review review of of security security failures failures in in the the January January attack attack says says the the proposal proposal to to Congress Congress includes includes more more officers officers updated updated screenings screenings and and fencing fencing that that comes comes out out of of the the ground ground as as required required but but it it takes takes money money police police in in the the capital capital desert desert is is automation automation deserve deserve it it and and those those families families who who lost lost loved loved ones ones deserted deserted their their comments comments were were made made on on ABC's ABC's this this week week I'm I'm Julie Julie Walker Walker
Good Friday and virus lockdown empty Manila’s streets
"Filipinos Filipinos are are marking marking Good Good Friday Friday one one of of the the most most solemn solemn holidays holidays in in Asia's Asia's largest largest Roman Roman Catholic Catholic nation nation with with deserted deserted streets streets and and churches churches following following a a strict strict looked looked down down to to slow slow down down the the spread spread of of the the coronavirus coronavirus major major highways highways and and roads roads are are extremely extremely quiet quiet often often religious religious gatherings gatherings were were prohibited prohibited in in metropolitan metropolitan Manila Manila the the full full outline outline provinces provinces the the government government placed placed the the bustling bustling region region of of more more than than twenty twenty five five million million people people back back on on the the lockdown lockdown this this week week as as it it scrambles scrambles to to contain contain an an alarming alarming searching searching could could nineteen nineteen cases cases officials officials say say the the measures measures may may be be extended extended beyond beyond Easter Easter if if the the search search does does not not ease ease nation nation had had started started to to reopen reopen this this back back to to the the economy economy of of the the infections infections began began to to taper taper off off and and allowed allowed the the central central business business is is to to is is you you I'm I'm Charles Charles last last month month
The Latest: Filipinos mark Good Friday with deserted streets
"The the food food and and drug drug administration administration is is authorizing authorizing changes changes to to modernise modernise covert covert nineteen nineteen vaccine vaccine that that will will provide provide extra extra doses doses from from each each file file the the FDA FDA says says it it has has approved approved new new files files from from journal journal that that can can contain contain up up to to fifteen fifteen doses doses each each compared compared to to the the original original files files designed designed to to hold hold ten ten doses doses and and regulators regulators say say providers providers can can safely safely extract extract up up to to eleven eleven doses doses from from the the ten ten does does files files the the changes changes will will bolster bolster supplies supplies and and speed speed vaccinations vaccinations it's it's the the U. U. S. S. near near its its one one hundred hundred million million and and accusations accusations against against covert covert nineteen nineteen president president Biden Biden has has filed filed to to provide provide enough enough shots shots to to vaccinate vaccinate all all U. U. S. S. adults adults by by late late may may might might help help in in Washington Washington
Asylum seekers left in small border town
"150,000 migrants were caught trying to cross the southern border in March. That's 50% more than in February. Correspondent Lilia Luciano tells us that many are being dumped in a small town in Arizona in the tiny town of Arklow in the middle of the Arizona Desert Border Patrol comes by every day. Drops off dozens of asylum seekers after they've been processed there left to find their way. This isn't a local decision, Aaron Cooper says. The town doesn't have the resource is needed. So the county has to drive asylum seekers 2.5 hours to the nearest shelter in Tucson. So when we went from one drop today, Too often times two drops today very quickly. We had volunteer burnout, and it turned from a I'm willing to come and pitch in for a few hours to this is a full time job. The
Dustin Johnson reveals Champions Dinner menu for next week's Masters Tournament
"The world's the masters champions dinner is something that happens every single year. Whoever wins the green coat gets to pick the menu for the next year at the beginning of of the masters and this year it is dustin johnson who got to pick the menu and it sounds good to me. It's it's a. It's a good solid american style menu of you've seen it. No i've seen any of it. Appetizers pigs in a blanket great cocktail party treat and lobster in corn fritters sounds delicious. I course either a house salad. Or a caesar salad. Now i would like a table side. Caesar whose me family style. Sides mashed potatoes and spring vegetables. Main course filet mignon and me so marinated sea bass and then the desert is peach cobbler and apple pie with vanilla ice cream. John what do you think of the menu like it solid. Yeah good options. There didn't really take any chances right. Didn't go out of the box with any of his
Thirsty: A Sheriff James Roberts story from the Wild West
"For a halfway full canteen. The song came to the sheriff's suddenly scoured free by the sandy fever. In his head he'd been in the desert for a week now. He was sunburned. Wind burned hungry tired and more but none of that was the real problem. No the real problem was this sheriff. James roberts was thirsty. It had always been a small word thirsty. Strictly a lower case t word thirsty was how he felt after a hard day of riding in the sun thirsty was how he felt when he woke up in the morning to a dry and dusty mouth thirsty could be fixed by a ladle of cool water from the pump. This was different. This was more than thirsty. This was thirst. This was the deep primal aac. It left his throat hot and painful. His lips cracked like an old scab three days three dry agonizing days. That's how long it had been since he'd had a drink. Even that was barely a sip. Just the warm dregs of his canteen. Now he found himself in the middle of the brand of brow desert alone with nothing but the buzzards for company and not so much as a mouthful to drink. Oh it had all started well enough. Len bradford and his bandits had come to hazel thinking. They'd find an easy target in the small town bank instead. They'd found sheriff. James roberts and three. Us rangers ready and waiting. Most of the bandits were arrested without drawing their weapons but len and his brothers had escaped through a second story window and high tailed it for the desert.
Kidnapped in the Desert | Beyond the Green Line
"It's three pm on october. Twenty fifth two thousand eleven. Thirty one year. Old jessica buchanan grips the handle of a landcruisers passenger door as the car bumps over the red path here there are no real roads. Just rocks and dirt. There aren't any red lights. Either people here no. You don't stop car for anything. A stopped car is an instant target jessica's in a no-man's-land south of the small city of galkayo in the somali desert beyond what's called the green line. The green line is the last stop or the somali government has any sway low. It is a wild world of land. Pirates warlords and islamic mercenaries. Jessica is an american humanitarian aid worker. She works for danish non-governmental organisation or ngo. She's a teacher. Her job is to educate locals about landmine risks and gun. Safety every household here has at least one automatic weapon. Most have more and kids are paying the price. She has dedicated her life to helping children in war ravaged places in africa but she had a bad feeling about the trip twice. She called in sick but her colleague. Paul fisted told her. It didn't come in today. You would report her. So you're she is. Paul sits in the front seat next to the driver which gives her comfort. He knows what he's doing. He's a small danish man in his late fifties who's who die hard pacifist and has spent his entire career and dangerous parts of the world plus. There's a group of armed guards traveling with them. There's one next to her and one in the back. She's going over the laundry list of things to do when she gets back to the north paperwork. Dinner calling eric to find out about his day when suddenly the sub comes to jarring pulse a wave of mud splashes violently against the windshield. Jessica looks out the side window. Another sub is blocking the road in front
President Biden calls the situation at border facilities 'totally unacceptable'
"Conditions for unaccompanied minors showing up at the border. He made his comments during the first formal news conference of his presidency on Thursday, and they come as a surge of migrants has meant the Children and teenagers are being held in overcrowded facilities. NPR's Tamara Keith has more. Biden pushed back on the suggestion that his rhetoric and message about More humane approach to immigration was drawing parents to send their Children on the treacherous journey to the U. S. A nine year old I'm going to send him on 1000 mile journey across the desert and up to the United States. Because I know Joe Biden's a nice guy. And he'll take care of What a desperate act. Have to take Circumstances must be horrible. So we can do something about that That's the vice president's going to be doing. Biden has tasked Vice President Harris with working with Mexico and Central American governments, Biden said the current situation with overcrowded facilities is totally unacceptable. Tamer Keith NPR NEWS The University of Southern California has agreed to pay more than
Biden says he would 'be flattered' if migrants are surging because of him
"Along the US Mexico border, dominating the first part of the news conference, in which the president said that he is trying to fix a problem he claims President Trump began in Michelle Sender is the PBS news, Our White House correspondent with this question to President Biden. How do you resolve that tension? And how are you choosing which families in state, which can go given the fact that even though with title 42, there are some families that are staying. And is there a timeline for when we won't be seeing these overcrowded facilities with run by CPB when it comes to unaccompanied minors? Well, look, I guess I should be flattered. People are coming because I'm the nice guy. That's reason why it's happening. And I'm a decent man over Havers phrase that you know that's why they're coming because no Biden's agreed Guy. Truth of the matter is nothing has changed as many people came 28% increase in Children of the border in my administration, 31% in the last year of in 2019 before the pandemic in the Trump administration, It happens every single solitary year There is a significant increase the number of people coming to the border and the winter months of January, February March. It happens every year. In addition to that there is a and nobody and by the way, does anybody suggest that there was a 31% increase under Trump because he was a nice guy, and he was doing good things that the border that's not the reason they're coming. The reason they're coming is that it's the time they can travel with the least likelihood of dying on the way because the heat the desert number one number two They're coming because the circumstances in country in country the way to deal with this problem, and I started to deal with it back when I was a United States Senator, I mean, vice president for putting together a bipartisan plan over $700 million to do the root causes of why people are leaving. What did Trump do? He eliminated that funding. He didn't use him. He didn't do it. In addition to that, what he did he did. Men, all the elements that exist to deal with what had been a problem and cook and has been continued to be a problem for a long time.
Biden holds first press conference as president
"Biden is disputing GOP claims that his decision to undo some Trump era immigration policies is to blame for the surge of Central American migrants crossing the Southwest border. In his first formal press conference since taking office more than two months ago, Biden said a short time ago, the heightened level of crossings occurs every year, especially around this time of year. The reason they're coming is that it's the time they can travel with the least likelihood of dying on the way because the heat the desert Number one number two. They're coming because of the circumstances in country. Bind has put Vice President Kamila Harris in charge of the diplomatic mission to engage Mexico, Guatemala, El Salvador and Honduras to address the root causes of increased migration. The immediate concern is finding more space to house thousands of migrant miners arriving on their own. President says he's as the Defense Department to make Fort Bliss in El Paso, Texas, available for Housing uses base has 5000 beds.
Chris Knowles, Lucifers Technologies And The Mk Ultra-terrestrials
"This is the way our side shatters from sunny san diego. I'm greg carl would. And when we think about technological progress on human time line and all the nineteen fifties versions of what our world would bring. It seems that we're quite a bit off script. Not only are we lacking the personalized silver saucers and cheery meal making robot maids but instead the false promises of tomorrowland have been replaced with dystopia digital surveillance intense fields. vmf radiation and rarely a useful tool. That isn't paid for with data collection and market research to further. Commit you to a bland existence of screen addiction and a never ending struggle to keep it all charged sure. The screen is smaller. The internet is here in the vacuum can fumble around on its own but how advanced if things gotten really nastase extraordinary budget in decades of focus of yielded almost no major changes to rocketry no exciting daily moon shuttles or space elevators just rc. Cars of tinfoil taking selfies nevada desert and calling it mars the advancements in food science and industrialized diets have left many of us. We can obese with gmo. Crops compromising the global food supply with all the altruism of an invading army and with malpractice medical airs death by medicine being the third leading cause of death even by the most conservative statistics. I'm not sure they've got it all worked out there either so it seems the biggest achievement of modern is the cult like following. It's a amassed despite its shortcomings and when you consider where they might have been getting their ideas. Maybe that's to be expected. Well when it comes to the work in today's returning guests. Chris knowles has pulled on so many fascinating threads throughout the years on the secret son blog from the strange songs of the siren. Elizabeth frazier to the potent symbolism of award shows in pop culture rituals material nested beneath the umbrella term lucifer's technologies. It is fascinated your humble host. The most and with chris having added a few logs to that fire. Recently it gives us plenty to talk about society crumbles down around us her says no shortage of. Thc appearances at this point. And i'm psyched to do it again. Hot on the heels of his new book entitled the endless american midnight a massive collection of the best of the best from the secret son blog as well as the launching of the secret son institute of advanced synchro mysticism on the patriot platform. And let's not forget to mention his recent novel. He will live up in the sky. A wild ride if there ever was one and his classics our gods wear spandex. The secret history of rock and roll as busy as ever. The chronicler of humanity's decline apocalypse watchdog extraordinary and straight shooting synchro mystic sage of the secret son blog christmas man. Welcome back to the higher side. Oh what an introduction. I try to frank. You thank you very much. I'm going to blurb that on my next book. Yes i'm hard and this is real exciting man. Lucky number nine. It seems and You know i checked in with you just at the right time. As one of my favorite topic seems to have resurfaced to the forefront of your mind as well which revolves around what you call loose verse technologies and the roswell working you say on the blog. This is one of the most requested topics for you to revisit as well and for good reason to get us started here. What would you say. Is the overall thesis of this thread or the hypothesis. You're working from man. It's so complex because the series was written in one of my ocd. you know. or i'm just sort of manic mode for like a week and a half just stayed up all night reading everything and writing and all that kind of thing so you know in my most. When i started the series again. I talked about how like it wasn't the most workers have ever done. It was just very haphazard. But you know just like that thriller discovery finding things but basically is i was looking at the explosion of technology particularly electronics after world war. Two and how that coincided with the don of the ufo age with roswell and so on
Data Shows The New York PD Seized 55,000 Phones In 2020
"The nypd fifty five thousand cell phones last year most likely due to the pandemic this numbers actually market lower than the roughly ninety. Two thousand phones. They served season two thousand nineteen but another parent consequence of covid. Era is that fewer people jump through the regulatory hoops desert. Get their phones back. Meaning police kept nearly forty percent of the phones. Taken in twenty twenty. And here's crazy part at now. We understand if you're you know you're slinging drugs or something you get your phone sees. That's part of a you know. That's that's what's happening but as the report notes nearly eighty five percent of all seizures performed by the nypd. Were not listen. This were not related to any criminal charges against the person whose phone had been taken. One lawyer pointed out that the nypd officer took a shooting victims phone from them while they re while they were recovering at the hospital claiming they needed it for evidence and the person had to jump through lots of hoops to get his phone back. The city previous ride claimants to present two forms of id in order to get their property back even even if the police had seized the owners driver's license so there's all kinds of things has been going on here. People have been caught in a catch twenty two situation. And there's really not a lot that people can do from people just taking people's phones like civil forfeiture seizing property under the pretense needed as evans. Directly benefits nypd. The twenty-one thousand unclaimed foams at the york city took from citizens last year will wind up being auctioned and it's not like nypd needs that money. Those proceeds whitney put a dent in at ten point. Nine billion dollars. The city spent last year to fund the police force. But they're going to sell twenty one thousand phones that they had no reason to behold onto now. Some of those were probably seized because of a crime the fifteen percent according to this report. But it doesn't make go Just a little bit. It really really does
COVID-19 Relief Package Includes Billions For Transportation Sector
"All right how often did you fly. Or maybe the trainer buster in the pandemic. Yeah the transportation sector has been hit hard but anyone who rides in trains planes or automobile should benefit from the one point nine trillion dollar cove relief package. Npr's david schaper reports. It was a year ago this week. The us what unlocked down highways and airports were suddenly almost deserted. People travelling overseas scrambled to get flights home at mass transit. Trains ran nearly empty in the virginia. Suburbs of washington. Dc forty six year old. Sandra vigil had been driving buses packed. with sixty. to seventy people are more. We ended up taking towards the end of march. He was like one two people per ride. If you had any people at all last march twenty ninth vigil says she about ninety five percent of her loudon county. Transit co workers were furloughed. Her's lasted four and a half months and unemployment wasn't enough to make ends meet. A lot of fail behind are not rental car payments. Because he was either eating or paint a car or paying the rent and thing they lakeville transit systems across the country so ridership plummet ninety percent or more in revenue fell with it yet. Mass transit is essential especially for many low wage workers. Again bus driver. Sandra vigil in order to keep the buses running and to keep us working. We needed this money. The relief bill includes thirty billion dollars for transit. It also includes one point seven billion dollars for amtrak enough to bring twelve hundred furloughed employees back to work and restore daily service on long distance routes and there's funding to help states continue fixing crumbling roads and bridges offsetting. They're lost gas tax revenue as for airlines. I have fantastic news year. That's american airline ceo. Doug parker in a video message to employees about the plan which includes another fourteen billion dollars payroll support. That's good news for the thirteen thousand american employees who were facing furloughs april. First so if you have one of those worn out notices we sit out in february. Tear it up. There aren't going to be any furloughs at american airlines in april and with vaccinations on the rise. Hopefully never again. Ceo parker says the last three weeks have been the airlines best. Since the pandemic hit with bookings and passenger volumes up that's happening at other airlines too so much so that after months of hemorrhaging tens of millions of dollars a day the ceo's of delta and united now expect to reduce their daily cash. Burn two zero this month or next while southwest is on track to break even by june. Of course that's relatively easy to do. When tax payers are essentially covering much of your payroll airlines have now received more than fifty billion dollars in federal payroll grants since the start of the pandemic. This was hugely important. And as a pilot for american airlines at spokesman for the pilot's union. The last thing i wanted to be is on our heels when everybody was ready to get back. Flying tiger says if pilots had been furloughed. They need weeks. If not months of training before being able to fly passengers again. You do not want to be staring at the recovery and turning around and seeing the flight deck empty. Because you weren't able to train. The pilots quickly. Enough joe sweet. Herman transportation professor at chicago's depaul university. Says this government aid is crucial is pretty clear that the airlines were such a desire straight federal assistance and a big way we would have lost an airliner to sweden and says the federal aid helps airlines amtrak transit agencies and highway departments continue critical operations while adapting to a post covid world a world that will likely lead to more operational changes in the near.
"desert bar" Discussed on Under the Influence
"Hey one thing about being on these video calls is that i can really see my mask. Acne really well. can you see my mask acne. No connection isn't that good. You look like your skin is glowing. Oh i like that. Maybe you're traveled back to the late nineties when none of acted our health. Nothing literally nothing. We could in in the in the late nineties. We could have inhaled windex. I remember huffing. What was happening. You like inhaled like whipped cream canister. So i had a friend that did that in the in the restaurant as to wait tables at wimmer having alumni suddenly all of the whipped cream canisters from the desert bar disappear. I never huffed. But i wish that i'd wants huffed in one beer at dinner last night and i look like the walking dead. I can't even have dessert. And this we sound like a. I feel it. Covert has given me enormous empathy for old people in so many ways. But i can't have dessert anymore. Just really feels like one of those things you here as a young person. Anything how. I'll never be like that. You're life sucks and then one day one day not being able to sleep. I feel like that should be the title of your next series of essays. I can't have dessert anymore. Oh god it's too depressing. Though who wants to read. What even wanna read that speaking of depressing our last episode episode six episodes six fucked me up six terrified me episode. Six made me convince that. I'm gonna turn my kids into jodi sweden from full house. Oh jodi sweeten right or the corey's both corey's heym and feldman oh the dream my always my favorite movie that no one's ever seen no no no no. No no. you're wrong you're wrong. It was licensed to drive. That was not my favorite corey movie though. But that's the best one now dream a little dream license to drive battle of the corey. What was that like for you. After you know putting so much energy in to trying to figure out you know careerstep that makes sense. In a sustainable. 'cause you and i often have conversations and we've been having conversations three years about as writers. What is sustainable. Like what does a writing career even exist anymore. And how so but how does it feel to sort of have moved into this world and then did this feel like a bucket of cold water a slap in the face with it. It's like yeah it felt like a donkey punch. We allowed to say where. Doug how i'm not. I'm not gonna explain what that means. Also no one should google it but yeah it felt like shit. I've listened to episode six. And that's why that's why people are hearing this right now. We're we're taking an intermission. Mostly because i need a break. Anita a breather. I i don't think. I no longer think that i have a career. Path is influence or mostly. Because do you really think that that was enough to push you out. i do. I do think there's a way to navigate with kids like a safe space with kids. I say this in the episode. I think there are a lot of mom. Influencers her doing great work who they do set up boundaries around their kids they. I think that they are good moms. I'm not. I don't want to call anyone out. I don't think that it is for me. When i brought it up to nick next answer was i'll make you all make us fake kids. He's he. He wants to photoshop digital children into our instagram account. Because he just. He finds something very distasteful about making money off images of our children. I think the comparisons that we ended up making to child stars in episode six scared me all of the all of the conversations also about how much easier it is to have your children's data stolen the fact that pedophile can pluck your child's pictures off the internet. All of it makes me want to shut down my instagram. Which i can't do. Because the fact is i'm still an author. I write books. And i have podcast. Instagram how i tell people and making things and doing things but no i don't i don't think it's i no longer think it's sustainable to be an influence sir. What was the one thing. What do you think was the one thing that flipped for you. What was the thing you heard. That was like oh. I don't know if i can get past this listening to lou the child of a former mom blogger and the things that they posted on tiktok. They said they're twenty six years old and he's still resent their mother for putting them out there on the internet. And i think all the time especially about be. There's something about mothers daughters. There's so many things that my daughter will probably resent me for or dislike me for just because mother daughter relationships are so fraught like do. I need to give her one more thing. One more thing to resent me for. I can empathize with with worrying more about but i also think that is contributing to that is some of your own experience in my. You know not not just with your mother by your own experience in front of a camera which we've spoken about like being alone in in the public eye. It's never a good thing right. There's it's always ends badly. We i mean. We're recording this shortly. After the megan harry interview anyth- there's so little reward for women in the public eye that i can really see that being concerned obviously for charlie as well but that there's.
Bringing innovation into the Polish Financial Sector with the Blockchain Sandbox
"Low. Hello hello hello. Welcome to insure blocks. Your dedicated podcast to blockchain in industries and institutions. All around the world. i'm will lead all scores. Your host for this week's podcast. We'll be discussing bringing innovation into the polish financial sector with the blockchain sandbox. And i'm very pleased to welcome dorota. Do blanca president of the foundation siberian and head of human resources at keer and mass yak genetics blockchain technical leader at ibm dorota messianic many. Thanks for joining us today. Could you please give our listeners. Quick introduction on yourself. hello there are free. I'm so happy to jong these recording. And to talk with marci and to talk about the the blockchain. And i'm going to to present my point of view from the not technician and someone from hr who is really really fond of the new technology. Excellent excellent how about yourself months yet. Hi thanks for having me on your show. So on a daily basis. I am responsible for a blockchain practice at ibm For the central and eastern european region and in the context of blockchain sandbox. I was acting as lead architect of the project on the solution. So i'll be more than happy to provide an overview and share information about launching sandbox with the audience. Great grayness is perfect to have you both on this show. So the first question i've got for the both of you is as it is customer. Here intra blocks. Could you please explain to our listeners. What is blockchain. And how does it work. Okay so much and maybe i will start before we go to the technology so for me. The book chains just stopped records. He also some kind of the database. It it's at least records called blocks and these blocks are started computers. So it might be stored in mind computer in your computer at everybody's computer and i'm always Monetize what talking to to to to the children to other not. It professionals about the blockchain comparing that to the lego blocks so we have a big basket of blocks and we are trying to build at tower so we are starting to compare the blocks at the same color and we would like to be sure that each blocks which are in our phone dominates our construction. They are the special types of the bronx and nawab. There is no the black desert staking white blog and exchanging for the blog which has a different structure different information so because we are building the stars together and we all are verifying this blocks. That's why we are sure that we may create a really really nice tower. The next one is we are building a very beak building. We need to have a very strong from demands. And when it now that everything's settled caller correctly. That's why it's very important that we all the time. Between this blogs our compradors we are exchanging direct records. And we know what is going on so we know which block assemble. We are checking. If we a- something one block that the other was not changed to change so no one can lie. There's no wanna can take the weezer taking wind block and exchange with a different the different. So the blockchain is. The bench is in a bunch of computation network. And the more we use the stronger. It became great. Thank you for that definition message. You have a go. At providing the definition to blockchain. This is a great question on always a tricky one. Because you never know who will. What is exactly the a person who is asking. Ask always trying to focus on the technology aspect of of blockchain. And when someone is asking me this question. I try to define it in as few words as possible. So by taking this very purist approach a my own definition of blockchain is as follows it database of course has a very specific data structure Whereby transactions are put together Inc so a block representing an interval of time between The recording all the previous tight and The states the one that is going to go through the approval process. Each block is crypto graphically leaked to previous ducks for presenting previous types of of that same of these data structures that have been recorded and the governance over the way data is saved on chain is determined by the network and the network decides with the type of policies that saw did are established between them that they agree a palm whether certain transactions are going to be included in a block. Were not
"desert bar" Discussed on The First Degree
"You know what my life hack really is god. The black thing is is real. And i do wear a lot of black because i don't want to sweat i don't want Like black is so amazing in that it hides everything that you're feeling. Oh both physically and mentally. Okay you're wearing black. You're sweating but it doesn't show you're wearing black your anxious you're depressed but it doesn't show that is the reason why i wear black and i think that's my life hack okay so your life hack is you just stole alexes. That's fine. flattery is is the best. Compliment imitation imitation the best friend flattery. I appreciate that. Billy thank you. I'll try to bring more. Yeah yeah we'll we'll bring double next time okay. This is a good question. What was a restaurant that you grew up thinking was like super fancy as a kid that you now have realized is not fancy fridays. Obviously i was like oh jack daniels. Buffalo chicken not must be expensive jack daniels in your marital was wild. Like you couldn't drink that like stagecoach because like good when in rome. Yeah one in rome. That is pretty good. Because they did. And they'd have like some fancy seafood to their rejecting. Stick inject neil chicken with this kind of glaze on some s- cramps and then like a mudslide. I'm like thousands of dollars by dr restaurant hostess at tgi fridays. I thought it was like the sleek creme de la creme right when i was like in middle school or high school who knows the whatever the but then now as an adult. I'm like jack daniels dear god. I'd sooner die than ingesting. fridays is. I would drink it. But still you know what i mean. We please be a sponsor. I drink jack daniels. All the time have been for the past far too long know with tj. Friday is definitely go to spot when we're on tour on the road because there's always one in the middle of nowhere town on them that's the truth. Yeah and they're pretty consistent. You know are good. You don't tgi. Fridays is the first place that i was introduced to. Potato skits innings. Potato dishes skin. Fry like you you make it. I'll eat at my sister. My sister who had two half sister she had a father in california and she was like. Oh i know. I know about this. And she took us to this place and she was like get this and it was potato skins from twitter and cheese and it was amazing. I don't ever had it so i think. Tgi fridays is truly. I think that it was the first time that i ever had a loaded baked potato you know sour life. Acre bets chai chee some jack cheese. Read my my restaurant. That i thought was super fancy and i don't know if they have these everywhere but a sizzlers all ours because it would sizzlers you get the free cheesy bread. Oh my god. And then. And then i'm left on par with each other. Yeah but it's slow slur. They had the buffet. And when you're a kid so they have the kids buffet the have the dino chicken nuggets and the mac and cheese and stuff but then when you're a kid and you wanna be like super sneaky. Then you can go over to the adult sponsor and that's where it's super fancy. Do you guys remember and buffets. They have like pudding. Oh yes that was the thing about when you have three kinds of pudding and i'd be like lobbying shit i putting is. I want not was exciting. Thing about the face to me pudding and like that's it though because everything else was like. I don't want more lettuce. I don't want more salads. Well it was. It was all about the desert sizzlers again. They had their bikes cream. Some reason jam alexis. I know exactly what you're talking about like like recovers. What's the putting that. Because i remember this from sizzler. They'd have it was like it was like read but then also had like white like cubes and they had that kind of pudding and that was also a fancy pudding pudding. No no no they were. It was a jello no car no because the white parts were cubes. They were like gelatin q. Bragging you were eating people yeah. It was cannibals a- as the blood and body of christ and of us for the rest of us so sorry. But that's what you were doing sir. It listen i was. I thought it was fancy is there did build. You have a different fancy restaurant or you now also taking lexuses. Tgi fridays the fancy restaurant. We have a restaurant called cookies and on long island was in hicksville and they had a salad bar and a dessert bar. It was very similar but it was just so amazing that you could load up all the stuff. And i remember in the desert bar like you get like like you put a brownie and then put the ice cream on the brownie and it was just so so cookies place. Yeah action also at at sizzlers. That i forgot about the baked potatoes. Those make your own baked potato and they came in the foil. It's just like luxury near for that. I love it. Well i mean. I had so many questions on our our little thing but i think we killed some time. We did kill some time. I mean listen guys. We were just vibing tonight. We just raft. We went for it the time we killed fifteen twenty. Two beep beep maybe..
"desert bar" Discussed on WJR 760
"Well I think people love it I think people are really happy to you know mom dad and the kids come in imam deck and have their own tree when kids have their tree I think it's a nice it's a nice balance it can anyway can you become eating it over actually my intoxicated well I don't know I I mean I can you know speak to someone's Tom but I a you know it's it's so low it usually only be pulled over why I don't know about that what about a breathalyzer how about this I know that in a three gallon tub you'd probably get sick from all the cream and milk before you get anything from the alcohol and in the folks a as you pointed out that Greg McGuire over there at Guernsey's in Northville more of a family kind of atmosphere although you are as you pointed out trying to include some of the alcoholic content in the ice creams but there is what what the one spot that's very pop is the rock that the folks are familiar with in front of the it is it's the iconic spot you know I mean that's people want to come get their ice cream cone and set out there and you know it's it's part of what we are it's kind of like that if the foundation of us and and all of you if I'm not mistaken Greg user in addition I scream you Sir foods too yeah what's most popular probably where chicken yeah we've got like I I pressure fried chicken that we deal and it's it's it's good it's really good and tell him shock over there at ray's ice cream I posted a picture it looks like a nineteen fifty eight location to have eye cream you look at that X. it described for listeners in we posted the pictures to of the location but it looks like it's nineteen fifty eight yeah we try to keep it the nineteen fifty eight atmosphere in there with the old fashioned soda fountain sit down counter the old stools right we have still make the old fashioned sodas and milkshakes in sundaes what did I see by the way in the picture that I posted on a warm here show Facebook page like a Hamilton beach malt mixer on low yes yeah yeah that one's been put into retirement but yeah I love that is what we used to use while that's what if I'm not mistaken what ray McDonald was selling news who is ice cream locations where he was I think in Illinois and the the it became so popular they bought the restaurant and named at McDonald's with that that's what he we initially sold before he started the the McDonald's restaurants I believe so yeah all right and and and we'll say goodbye to that Paul and Brian as well all the slaves how long before they are melting by the way well they're working on it right now you better read more we have a lot of ice cream the here as you can see in our video that we're streaming live for use a take a peek at the Warren peer show Facebook page go out get some ice cream from either right get all three of us all stop by today and a raise in Royal Oak and the the of the brown dog in the desert bar in downtown Northville and in Farmington and of course out in north Philly I got Durrance he's thank you all for the ice cream enjoy the day and the rest of the summer as well thank you thank you thank you can't hear you're welcome thanks for stopping by as we get you all updated and some of the other news in addition to this being national ice cream day are metal Landrum has some other news the past look on here on WJR Detroit.
"desert bar" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader
"Heisman finalists on Friday with them on Saturday. I was at the event last night the Heisman trust. They always do a very good job in putting on this event. And it's extremely class in. It's a fantastic evening. And I will say it's always great when you feed the media good food that a tremendous spread, by the way. I know a lot of people don't care about. This part, but very good salad. Some good desserts. Some good chicken some good fish. And they also had a nice little vodka with some asparagus as well. It was a fun event. And also, it was a very tasty event with some of the food that they did serve by. Nobody cares while his thing though, the desert bar the desert bar was sick. I've never seen so many cupcakes. I've never seen so many cookies in my life. Go nuts. It was it was just a never ending supply of cupcakes. And then doughnuts to donuts two. And then just cookie after cookie. It was ridiculous never seen somebody cupcakes. You've ever taken a look at the UCF football schedule. Aw. Are you ever just see? Kevin durant? Having a nice pleasant Sunday could be that too the burner account. We gonna burn their account in a second. That's at gilbreath Ben Horowitz, one dog about me. What? Please don't talk about me like that. He made the right decision to go to the Golden State Warriors. But anyways what the Heisman Trophy? I thought Justin shackle put it the perfect way. And is update slightly surprising. Because if you would've said four five weeks ago that too would not have won the award. It would have been agreed GIS. It would have been shocking. It would have been stunning. But the way that it played out down the stretch, and you saw the dominance stove tour and the dominance of Calum Murray and the dominance of Dwayne Haskins a race that didn't look close a few weeks out started to look close now. Because of the way that too has played this year up against SCC defense is the best defense is in the country. I thought that too is still going to win the award. I did. And also because of the fact that for the entire year was the favorite. I had a feeling he was still going to win. But you started to see the shift in Vegas. You also started to see people's opinions nationally shift when two did not play well and the SEC title game. And then eventually you get to see what Kyla Murray did with Haskins dead. And when hurts comes off the bench comes into the game. And they were to to him in the national championship game this summer and on the SEC title game people then started to look at to who had this perfect great season up until the SEC title game. And they started to say, oh, well, he should've went if you can't going up against the best team you plan your schedule. You can't play. Well, then you shouldn't win this award here. Another thing that I'll say this award is for the most outstanding player in college football. The most outstanding player to me from start to finish this year was to Tunga vilo now the most valuable to their team it's not to a tongue of I love those valuable player to a team Kyla Murray because Oklahoma doesn't play defense and all calamari does the score with his arm and his legs. So I thought Kyla Murray was the most valuable, but that's not what the awards voter off of the award is the most outstanding and to to me. Thirty seven touchdown passes and column already throwing forty calamari played in the fourth quarter to and most of his games did not play. But you look at teams in sports. That players don't always win the MVP when they could LeBron James. When he was with the Cavs or with the heat if they didn't have perfect years. People would look for detractors to take away from the greatness Tom Brady with the patriots. When he has won the MVP people look at a detractor. And the same thing happened with two of Tunga lower. People are sick and tired of Alabama. And I I love Alabama. I do I enjoy watching them. I wouldn't call myself an Alabama fan, but I love to see the dominance of day displaying a football field. It's something I do Meyer. And we all know what they are. And what that coaches to? And how successful how great they are. But a lot of people around the country, they don't like Alabama. So when you see on the big stage SEC title game to not play. Well, that's something where around the country. People started to say. Yep. Take away from that. They can't win the award anymore. But if you look at the entire body of work this year got through thirty seven touchdown passes belly play in the fourth quarter. So it's slightly surprising. Even though you start to feel the tune start to change. I would have went if I voted to a one Murray to and Haskins three and ended up finishing off with Colin Murray. One to a two and Haskins three. However, the surprising part. In this debate, and in this conversation, and what made it jaw-dropping wasn't that Cuyler one. But by how much he did it because when you look at the region's the far west the southwest, the south the mid Atlantic the northeast and the midwest how they did break it up far west Murray, three seventy two to ninety nine total votes. Southwest murray. Four fifteen two or three Twenty-three mid Atlantic Murray three sixty two or three oh nine northeast Murray. Three twenty seven to two seventy four and the midwest three thirty nine to collar Murray to ninety one to two tons of I low but in the south. Even though you have teams that don't like Alabama in the south. You would've thought that to would have based off just respect would have dominated the south not so much. He barely won the south the only region he won three seventy five for Tonga by Loa to three fifty six for Cuyler Murray. So that's how those results played on out and it ended being up Kyla Murray wedding this with five hundred seventeen first place votes, two to ninety nine for two Tunga vilo two thousand one hundred sixty seven total points for kinda Murray one thousand eight hundred seventy one for two at Tongo vilo. So Kyle Murray winning was in. Agreed Asli shocking with what we knew happened the SEC championship game. But him winning in a blowout. Yes. I thought that was absurd and that's taking away from Calamar. The kid is a heck of a human being from my interactions with them. And what people say about him. And we know he's a heck of an athlete being a top in baseball pick with the Oakland Athletics. At number nine. And then he could be a first round pick. It'd be elected to go in the NFL, which it appears according to his agent Scott Boras said he's got onerous contract with the athletics. Now, he didn't definitively say that but Boris said he's got honor the contract with the athletics. And that's the plan. Now to dodge the question he just kept on saying, I'm gonna talk it over my family after the year. But personally since college football is bigger than college baseball. I've never seen him play college baseball game heaven I've seen by a lot of college football games. And because you get to see him playing football. And maybe baseball's the right career choice in terms of if he's a great baseball player. The money's unbelievable. And also the health and player safety much safer to play baseball then compared to playing football. But because we get the same play football. How exciting isn't how the league is playing right now. I would love absolutely love to see employees on Sundays. Smaller quarterback. He designed the legs. I would love to absolutely implant Sunday. But it looks like we're not gonna see that. But I never say never. But I do believe to it should have won the award. I really do not by as much as what I thought a few weeks ago, not by as much as I thought the rest of the country thought weeks ago, but to see how quickly that changed off one game. It just doesn't sit right with me. It doesn't. It just doesn't operate with deserving. Have the problem of any of the three did win this award? But by the way, that it was one in by how much it was one. That's what I don't like. But someone that you have to really give credit for here too. And collar Murray got extremely emotional talk about said football coach, that's Lincoln Riley about Lincoln Riley. I remember a few years ago. Pirates seem as an offensive coordinator coaching Shane Carden up against my temple. Owls. Matt rules now Baylor live offensive coordinator. And that quickly he has moved on from ECU joined up with Bob stoops two thousand sixteen was the offense coordinator quarterback coach Oklahoma, then becomes the head coach two thousand fourteen most people don't know Lincoln Riley was. The coaching landscape, and how quickly is now jumped up valley a huge name. But but one of the best coaches in college football think about this in two years to has been trophy winners two trips to the college football playoff. A number one NFL draft pick. And a record of twenty four and three and it's a five year twenty five million dollar contract. Essential last year. So I get people the easy take is. Oh, well, he's going to get an NFL job. Young innovative offense of mine. I think he'd be crazy right now to leave Oklahoma. There's so much more pressure. To go turn around the NFL team than there is right now to do what you're doing it. Oklahoma. You got given a very good situation. An incredible job last two years, and you're young you're thirty five if you want you can beat Oklahoma coach the rest of your life and do what Bob stoops that in retire in his fifties? Or? You got to be the coach next ten years. Then eventually NFL will come calling to cause some teams may a lot probably come calling this year and give you whatever you want top that five million dollars salary that you're getting right now in college because the trend is to hire young innovative offense of mine, the coaches, and that's Lincoln Riley. But despite calling and then also. With the production of football field and how he's respected in the game. So here's what I wanna know at eight five five two two four CBS eight two hundred forty hundred twenty seven. Do you like Alabama number one? Are you? Now, Ben fan I Alabama fan. And then who do you think you should have won the Heisman? And the reason why I asked the first question is that want to know how much people's hatred maybe got in the way of picking this award. And there's a case that obviously near the calamari had in this decision of the. Yeah, you may not like Obama, but you have a great case or calamari winning this award. And then also I want to hear from odyssey. See folks who can't stand Alabama. But then still thought to it should have won the award. And it shows the respect that did not happen in the south for two Tunga vilo. So when we come back five one two four CBS are you an Alabama fan and Alabama fan and then also. Where do you stand on this Heisman did the Heisman voters? Get it. Right. Going to Tonga ago McCollum or should they should have went with two Tunga vilo. And for me what deciding factor in. Why should have won the most outstanding player in college football this year, number one? And then when you look at the stats does that really number cruncher, and I get it calamari almost ran for thousand yards and threw forty touchdown passes. Totally get that. But to a barely played in the fourth quarter this year. Played up against better competition played up against better defenses. And with barely playing in the fourth quarter stilted for thirty seven touchdown passes. If he would've played in the fourth quarter. I don't even think this award is close with the numbers that would have been, but because he played poorly in the final game is why he lost this award because people saw the tractor, and they chipped away and took the award away from to a chunk of low once again, any of these three guys could have won it. I would have went with two, but the voters and a not even close competition. Go Tyler Murray back to Heisman Trophy winners for the Oklahoma Sooners. We talk to you next CBS sports radio. Would you like to feel.
"desert bar" Discussed on Jim Beaver's Project Action
"You know, just racing and stuff. What's been your favorite experience all year related to UTV's? Deviate too. This is my payroll again. Yeah. We'll besides this one. What else it's as I don't get to do enough of the fun stuff. So when I go get my razor like looks like work. But that's what I do for fun, or it's like, it doesn't even make sense. Like, it's easy. I I keep everyone thinks like, oh, your cell MIR razor you're trying to list. That's literally what I do for fun. If I was not sponsored by Razer. I'll still get on my razor for fun. I'll go hit up. My friends MSCI. That's how I met him. You guys are friend. Yeah. For a little bit. Yeah. Unfortunately, yes. Climbing a while fairly narrowly. We're both friends, and I was hanging out with Sarah price the other day, and she's mentioning you you guys live in the same neighborhood and pretty much ride all the time, you know, in that neighborhood. So that's part of it is well like it dictate in my life where I bought my house. I wanted to be able to write I opened my garage. I leave my house I go out in the hills. I can go skydive. I can literally go to Paris airport. I've driven my razor before went to the airport. Scotto job my razor back home call today. Yeah. That's I can't do that. Like where I'm at. And I go to RJ's that we wake up, you know, in the morning. It's like all right. Let's go take the razors off today. You'll have some fun. It's like just drive nothing out your garage and go have some fun all day. And you're good to go like, you know, bring a cooler and in your friends and having fun. All the time. They're like, why do you live in Parker on Mike because I take my razor out of my garage case in point last Saturday, my razor out of the garage took it out in the desert. We did one hundred mile loop. We ended up at the desert bar. We had some fun at the desert bar. We get in the razors. We drive to the river. We jump in the river swim for like an hour. And then I drive back home in the garage. How do you beat up? I can't I can't do that notion side that it'd be like a felony. They pull out of my garage. I'd be arrested at just get it on video started that thing. And then then. Yeah, exactly. And they know you're on the beach. Yeah. You're definitely going to prison done. That's why we go to Baja you know, we spent so much time doing rides down there. It's like where else? Can you be six cars wide down the be even like, you have a you're starting a business from you know, it's it's driving players razors. Totally like, they take your destination. You go have some fun. You bring your friends. It's it's just that's what makes it happen. Right. That's exactly what we did. Because you know, you you remember it was the father and son trip we did with Polaris. And you know, it's the first time I've really stopped and looked around at stuff because we are on that trip with you know, your dad and and Bryson his dad and chat and his dad and men how how fun was that? This works house. Like one of my first times. I I knew nothing about ball. Yeah. And the freedom that they gave you down there is. That's you can't even put it into words. How how how it feels you? Go drive down the ocean. What blew me away was you know, being there with Larry Ragland and him not knowing some of that stuff. And I'm like, I didn't know it. But we drove down that dirt road and figured out. And you know, that's I think the bigger the bigger thing with these vehicles is that that exploring that adventure..
"desert bar" Discussed on The Down and Dirty Show
"What's been your favorite experience all year related to UTV's deviate too? This is my yeah. We'll besides this one. What else it's as I don't get to do enough of the fun stuff. So when I go get my razor like looks like work. But that's what I do for fun. It's like, it doesn't even make sense. Like, it's like I keep everyone thinks like oh, your cell Mia razor, you're trying to list. That's literally what I do for fun. If I was not by razor out still get my razor for fun. I'll go hit up my friends MSCI. That's how I met him guys, our friend. Yeah. Little bit. For a little bit. Unfortunately. While fairly. We're will. I was hanging out with Sarah price the other day, and she's mentioning you you guys live in the same neighborhood and pretty much ride all the time, you know, in that neighborhood. So that's part of it is well like addicted in my life where I bought my house. I wanted to be able to write I hope my garage. I leave my house. I go out in the hills. I go skydive I can literally go to Paris airport driven my razor before went to the airport. Skydome job my razor back home today. Yeah. That's what I can't do that. Like where I'm at. And I go to RJ's that we wake up, you know, in the morning. It's like all right. Let's go take the razors off today, and you'll have some fun. It's like that thing out your garage and go have some fun all day. And you're good to go like, you know, bring a cooler, and in your friends and have some fun to ask me all the time. Like, why do you live in Parker might because I take my razor out of my garage case in point last Saturday, my razor out of the garage took it out in the desert. We did one hundred mile loop. We ended up at the desert bar. We had some fun at the desert bar. We get in the razors. We drive to the river. We judge. In the river swim for like an hour and then drive back home port mcgroddy. How do you can't do that notion side that'd be like a felony? Pull out of my garage. I'd be arrested. Just get it on video started that thing. And then exactly and they know you're on the beach. Yeah, you're definitely going to prison. That's why we go to you know, we spent so much time doing rides sound there. Like where else can you be six cars wide down the be even like, you have your like starting a business from you know, it's it's driving players razors. Totally take your destination. You go out some fun. You bring your friends. It's it's just that's what makes it happen. Right. That's exactly what we did. Because you know, you remember it was the father and son trip. We did with Polaris. You know, it's the first time I really stopped and looked around at stuff because we are on that trip with you know, your dad and and Bryson his dad, and Chad and his dad and men how how was that? In works. Like one of my first times. I I knew nothing about ball. Yeah. And the freedom that they give you down there is. That's you can't even put into words. How how it feels you go on the ocean? What blew me away was you know, being there with Larry Ragland and him not knowing some of that stuff. And I'm like, I didn't know it. But we drove down that dirt road and figured out. And you know, that's I think the bigger the bigger thing with these vehicles is that that exploring that adventure..
"desert bar" Discussed on 850 WFTL
"Yes. Thank you soldiers. Thank you to every man woman, and whatever that served in the United States military, and in particular, thank you to the families who stay behind and worry and literally make the ultimate sacrifice themselves when their loved ones go off, and perhaps don't come back home pretty much considered the same thing about many of the. Many of the law enforcement officers who over the years, I have come to know. So I thank you all I am grateful that today, I do not have to add any names to the list of fallen. But over the week. I saw some incredible footage of some of the memorials and some of the parades. And some of the. Events that took place last Sunday, which was the official day for Veterans Day. And I was just grateful that there are still so many people who literally remember and honor those men and women who have served. You know, I was in a we went out with some family last night. And we went to the the what do you call it the golden corral, which is not my favorite restaurant in the world. But I understand how people like that toll buffet style. Eat all you can pretty good. Yeah. It's alright. It was actually better than usual because his holiday season, and they had Turkey and ham and things of that nature. So it was actually interesting interesting. But but in in the course of the evening, I saw a number of of seniors and in in particular number of men who were wearing hats that signified their time in the military. Whether it was retired army navy air force. So just you know, veteran of x y and z and there was a gentleman sitting at the table next to mine who had on a Vietnam veteran hat, so we both got up at the same time to go over to the desert bar, which is really the best part of the experience. We're walking side by side. And I said to him with you for your service, and he said, no, thank you for lowering me to serve and I thought, wow, that's. Interesting. And I said, no, sir. Thank you. You know, you did it without even knowing me. And he said well. It made a man out of me. That's what he said. And I thought about that for a moment. And I don't know how far she'd go with this person because I do radio program, which I can pretty much get all my feelings out every day. I don't need to inflict them upon people. And I don't know where people stand, but I just softly said to him. Yeah. I think we need to maybe think about some sort of mandatory service because we're raising a generation of snowflakes and he looked me dead in the eye. And he said they're not snowflakes. They are pieces of an I can't use the word that he used in the Vietnam veterans can be Christie and any said, and I'm you know, they they make me sad. And I said, I know the feeling that they're not the kind of men that you were in your generation. That's why we still use terms like the greatest generation for the World War Two and Korean war veterans because in fact. We have nothing on them. You know, we we don't stand up to the same album Vietnam era person. We don't we don't. We just don't measure up these days at all. And I look at what's going on. In some of these outrageous. College campus stories and today up on my video. I gotta tell you. I put on putting a video up there. I don't usually do that the other guys generally do that. But I'm doing it today because I am so disturbed by this video, and what it signifies that I had to share it with my my listeners. It is a video that is. Like an advertisement an ad. And in the ad the. What's her name? Celine? Dion is promoting a line of clothing that. She has now a partner with the new company. So it's called Selena new. And it is gender neutral clothing for children up to the age of fourteen the video is so disturbing to me that I don't even know where to begin the video involves. It opens with selene Dion being wrestled to the ground by two security officers and she's saying, but I'm selene Dion. I'm selene Dion. And then it rewind they do that burn the scenes played backward. And now you see selene Dion in a car within a bag next to her that has like a cross on it and she's driving to the hospital. She gets out of her car at the hospital. I should probably shouldn't tell you. I should just make you go watch it. But I found this video so disturbing. It gave me nightmares all night long. And then I I woke up this morning and watched again think he couldn't possibly be as bad as I thought it was. This is what I get for watching videos at like one or two o'clock in the morning. But I I watched again at about nine o'clock this morning, and the first thing I did was I sent it off to Brennan, I said put this up on the website. You know, this is just, you know, this is not Selena Nunu, this is Selena poo poo. Yeah. This is so. I'm just I don't know what to say. I was having this conversation last night with some friends about like, what's acceptable, and what's not acceptable in. How when some things are unacceptable to me. Everybody wants me to just be gentle in my presentation. First of all, it's not my style. Certainly not my husband style. Too gentle. We believe you should tell people the truth and sometimes the truth hurts. But you tell it anyway. And if you're gonna pass a church, you're going to be involved in ministry, you got to say, some harsh things sometimes to people I go into the jails and these women, you know, I I'm not there to like Pat them on the back and say don't worry, Honey. Everything's gonna be alright I'm there to say about a change. You've got to change who you are. Where you go. What you do or you're going to spend the rest of your life in and out of prisons and institutions, I don't mince words with them. You know, I've been sent in there by by God, I'm not just you know, I just think this up one day. Believe me, I didn't wanna do it. And if I go in I gotta tell them the truth. And sometimes the truth is is hard. You know, when I go in there. I tell him, you know, stop all this nonsense that goes on in a female facility where you know, everybody's got to have a a girlfriend, you know. A girlfriend before. No, why would you have one in here? And that kind of stuff I say and people will whoa. That's pretty pretty straight. Well, if I don't tell them, then they're they're they're damnation is on me. So I do I tell them and one of the things that you know, that this video proved to me is that people would like to normalize the most unknowable or abnormal things possible. I mean, she literally goes into a nursery in a hospital. And if you watch this video you have that some point Sadie yourself. This is not good. This is not appropriate. This is not necessary. So if you wanna know what I'm talking about you just going to have to go to eight fifty W F T, L dot com slash Joyce and watch this video. And if you're as disturbed about it as I am shoot me an Email, a choice radio a g mail dot com. Because I can't be the only one who is totally sick and tired of being told that I have to think this stuff is. Okay. It is not. Listen.
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"A realized on my trip The buffets are wasted on me On a lot of people they're wasted on me because there's only three. Things? All, eat at a buffet usually yeah And the other, thing, is is that I don't I don't eat. A lot in one sitting and the buffets are expensive because thinking well it's. All it's all you can eat often do you go back for seconds at a. Buffet Maybe once and that's just you know a little. Bit, or you go back. Not for seconds but. Maybe you get a. Salad or something I and, then you go back. For the you gotta pace yourself but you have to weigh you don't want to, load, up on the bread no that's the first. Rule bread is for suckers don't ever forget that Stay away from the, salads and buffets are wasted on kids, to yes because, they'll do the same thing there's no way to explain to them no it's take more, we're paying for more, more but you have to. Weigh whether it's worth it to get the buffet. And, then be able to. Get what you want. Exactly like you like Or whether it's you know your. Order off the menu What. If it's all you. Can eat, crab, I'm with you it's usually. Not worth. It's usually no it was. A. Great buffet. Saint rita's all you? Can eat ribs terrific breakfast buffet how much was it just it was like. Thirty something and you didn't thirty did not even close I had ham is, way maybe eight dollars worth of stuff So, yeah buffets are wasted on me but it was the, better, choice that buffet up at the area that they have it. Snowbird. Like for mother's day Easter I tend to? Overdo it at. That overdo it yeah. That's because. That's, because she loads up replete. With roast. Beef they they have a. Good. Buffet after. Roast beef and ham? Right well and I feel compelled to eat more because I'm thinking oh I. Roast beef should make ham and bring me another biscuit yeah Can I have. Some Then there's the whole desert bar because you got. To have a little could I? Have another diet coke But. But usually you're right yeah it's it's a waste I don't know how. They're so popular people love buffets I don't know if you if you do it The right way here with. A, group of people. Who all want something different yeah nice for that Yeah well restaurants are good. For, that too yeah I mean. Just Let me. See a, menu Because most restaurants I know there's some restaurants you go to and you pick up the menu and it. Has on at one thing Like like a like a breakfast buffet they'll have prime rib on let's Not all back to your. Menu thing this pissed me. Off We love going to, the crab cooker in Newport Beach been. Going there for, years and it's. Always talk about always good it's the place the locals go. You know what I heard you say yesterday used to be it was not that great this time. Because I wasn't able to get the thing that I wanted the thing you go there for, is the killer crab claws now they're. Not always in season We get there we sit down the hands. The menu right there killer crab claws right on the menu you like them because they're dangerous Delicious And we're, like. Terrific they must be in season because I don't. Know I don't live by the. Ocean Killer. Crab claws please oh I'm sorry We've given, you. The, wrong menus Why do? You have the wrong man news shouldn't, they be put away until I You got your hopes? Up I got my, hopes up so what did, you, just have. The irritating crab so we had the. I had the half lobster local have lobster? There's the sentence has been commuted craft On. Test and they and they grill it they grill? It which was accused, good then the lottery little, dry, little dry. Well that's what the butter is for It helped it helped a little Do. You eat. Crab lobster yes okay I, will leave because because of? The. Butter But. It's you you realize you're eating a crustacean you're eating a bug that we'd love to see that, eats things off the. Floor of the ocean which is usually crap and I mean that crap Give her, cleaned shrimp no. You've ever seen what they do. And they cleaner shrimp when they they call it it's called nicely deviating it it's not a vein, no it's a what's. A tube for rim crap Talking. A lot about tubes. And, crap shrimp, goo well let's just happened that Things just happened to fall way, here's another thing I noticed when we when we parked outside the crab cooker. It's, all paved pay parking It is cheaper to park in Newport Beach with, walking access to Newport pier Mhm cheaper to park there then. To park in Salt Lake City really you got two hours for a, dollar Newport beach And we don't have a peer or an ocean anywhere you want appear. On Broadway the Broadway pier built a pier I had that was awful I went to del mar del mar a Lago Peruvian. Restaurant and I had beef hearts I thought what I'm, gonna try the beef arts They? Come, on a on a skewer how big? Early well. Your is it pieces of a beef it's peace Oh The, whole the whole, heart a beef heart is a is a, large What. Does it a cow's heart is probably about as, big. Good size, soccer so probably. A little bit smaller than the soccer bam So and. I don't know what parts of the heart it is but it's so it. Slices and I I don't generally care for organ, meat Because It has a particularly particular, taste but The waitress said perhaps you'd. Like to try the, the beef hearts and I went well and she, said it tastes, just. Like she said each's tastes like, beep And so I thought well okay I'll, try she was right It. Could be the same texture though. It's not the same sexually it's different and it was delicious, but the weird thing about it was she and. She said you want to eat them while, they're still hot don't let them sit because, as they sit they gets. Tough which is which, was, on, but it. Was absolutely delicious So have but you would, need it would you you you wouldn't I, mean if I ordered it Would you, eat it but you, say okay I'll try it, and then if? It didn't. Taste like, organ meat you'd go If I. Were, out with you. And you pester me? Into trying it, and, then a potato. At buying you'd have more you go oh that's, pretty good Well like we've been to what's the place over at trolley, the radio and they'll bring. You, tiny chicken hearts And and Mohammed likes those there They're all like, the whole heart is. Bite size. And I'll eat those they're delicious And, somebody says be fart. Sounds horrible Beef fart, beef heart heart, thank.
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"Nine six nine. Six but Hello seaman Dave I'm sorry to. Continue the, feature why just couldn't keep quiet why did you do it well you. Want some several Pretoria places eat and frankly I enjoy good food all right well three words or less cement, Dave, where, does, where's, the, cement geigo. For celebrate, story. Dinner Cheese too In where I don't know what. The, hell no Yeah, it's a little small clay Japanese place. Tucked him, a little alley and often now you're you're talking, about? Two. Cheese there in trolley corners right yes the the. Only business in trolley corners at. This We used to be there All right well Dave you you have saved the feature and you know you're, the only one who's called so I suppose we ought to. Give you the twilight concerts and. I think that's only fair All right Hang. On Dave Here we, go People text. In their, ideas somebody says Maddox for celebrations up in. By Brigham city I'm there. On the highway Let's see Darvish gusts says the Ponderosa and ROY a while since I've. Celebrated, anything oh I can't believe you're not eating upon. To Rosa we got the. Salad bar we have the. Desert bar I can't believe you're not eating. Ponderosa stray Jay says Joe's. Crab. Shack okay Hooman village. Into willa because well to. Willa You have a car Cheesecake factory somebody, said, really pizza, factory Texas roadhouse restaurants where you go to eat there and you're not there to celebrate in the waiter, comes up and says so what? Are we celebrating, tonight and you're like. I wouldn't come here so Dillon said, to, me one time a, couple, three years, ago, I said what are you doing well I'm going out to, dinner and I, said, where are, you going and he said I think we're going to I forget what it was Hardee's red Robin we're, going to red Robin I said? Well then you're, not going out to. Dinner Now, there's, nothing wrong with that, food, you're going, to, get you're going to go out there Yeah you're going out to eat there's a difference, yeah if you're, going, out to dinner. There's got to step up a, little bit and, again nothing against red Robin it's a fine they have bottomless? Steak fries there places that say what are we celebrating tonight when, they come to the table because you guys know how often I go to the olive. Garden? And this could be, a thing that, must go really table is set with wine. Glasses right Zillow were a napkin a wine glass and then you order, a glass of wine they. Take all those wine glasses away and then bring the wine. Out bring a glass of backup Yeah I don't understand that even in fine restaurants a lot. Of? Times they'll be a, place setting and, all kinds of stuff there and you go. In and sit down and you order and they say that's great and, then they take everything away Well the phones, are ringing. But we're out of time sorry Sorry Rang and rang and nobody picked him up on talk about a little. Better it's only the calling feature that we. Do so you may want to be answering the phones even even though you think nobody's going to call me and they are a lot of great texts check ins and things, currents the, Mandarin, lucky thirteen, timber mine. Pot you really go to Popeye's for. Really I, mean let's. See pats or smokey's tone is in Ogden Taggart's Taggart's Fleming's. Mazda I was just looking for ideas What are you celebrating That's for me to know to find. Your celebrate the implant You're kidding What, was implanted Oh. Let's see traffic we've got a couple little things to. Tell you about, we've, got traffic Philly and I fifteen southbound through. Field and..
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"We underrated over oh i did you a game on your phone know what your that would be too much that would be disrespectful to play a game on your phone what am i doing your internet's not strong enough that can't balance a game in and the skype call yeah pizza oh i worked at a pizza place owes one of my one of my i i think it was my second job i read this an all you can eat pizza buffet place called john's incredible pizza and and so and i was i was a pizza cook but we to get to come up with like our own pizza creations and we did a dessert pizza that was amazing and i think we have never had dessert pizza though we did it so we were able to take things it was like anything that was because they had like a salad bar and then there was this pasta and there was a desert bar you know so it's all these things along within the middle was like the pizza buffet right so but but in the mornings we'd come in and we like just kind of or night before you close you just throw in and make something for you you know and we made it with like the normal pizza dough and then we took this they they had this like apple pie fritter stuff like the filling fort you know and they sold that like on the desert bark she would like scoops him up and then you can put like ice cream on it and shit like that but we just put the the apple pie fritter stuff on it on the pizza dough and then we use the cinnamon roll icing and and just covered the top of it and it was fucking amazing and we it was essentially a dessert pizza but we call it a breakfast pizza we would make that in the mornings towns delicious yeah it was great.
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"I could damage their careers i could say anything i wanted to but more than one agent pulled me aside and said i don't care if you hate me but tell the truth will be watching tell the truth about us because everybody lies about us and i thought okay it's so became kind of clear what i said in a book that everybody in that desert barring indigenous people is in undocumented alien the smugglers the walkers and the enforcers what do you mean we're all from other places we've invaded if you think the indian wars are over not so there's a cavalry chasing indigenous people over tribal lands to this day and i i'd say that the ah the border in some ways forum day one walled reservation where some people had to stay on the reservation or they were seen as hostile and a lot of the agents put it in terms very similar to that and i thought you know none of these agents were born on this lance learned how to harvest cactus or any of that we're all from somewhere else you know and the walker's all come from places they'd never even seen desert's and the smugglers or guys in the united states or guys in the one now or choir is or so forth many of whom come from elsewhere the the head smuggler in the stories from guadalajara hardly a desert place when we take a short break here and then we'll tax him or if you're just joining us my guest is writer luiz rare his new book is a novel called the house of broken angels we'll be right back this is fresh air.
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"Toyota says nuke arose will be built in the us not mexico toyota and fellow japanese automaker mazda announced a partnership today at will result in the construction of a one point six billion dollar plant that will generate four thousand new jobs no word on where the plan would be built but it will have the capacity to turn out about three hundred thousand vehicles a year it's opposed to go into operation by 2021 toyota and mazda also announced they'll work together in developing electric vehicles as part of the partnership a lawsuit accuses former phoenix bishop thomas o'brien of child sex abuse the accusers attorney tim hail says his client is traumatized after recently recovering the memory of being abused more than thirty five years ago part of it it is an attempt to recover amadou that our client suffered at result give you that had been alleged but also with an attempt to obtain injunctive relief to obtain the institute will conduct that allowed that kind of criminal conduct eight played hail says he knows of one more person who claims to have been abused by o'brien the family of a young transgender student is suing a posh private school in orange county california the family blames their eightyearold boy identifies as a girl an wants to be called nikki the sued filed this week alleges that heritage oak located in yorba linda refuses to lednicky where a girls uniform and use the girls bathroom the family ended up polling negi out of the school claiming they tried to work things out but the school was being too rigid the family wants a discussion about transgender students added to the schools curriculum i'm jason campaign donia nbc news radio an ice cream berger is making its debut at a new york city desert bar it's an ice cream patty any flavor you like stuffed in a crepe like bonn and loaded with all sorts of toppings a chinatown sweetshop called who kong is offering it it's pretty messy especially if you pick gooey toppings and mix in fruity pebbles in eminem's but customers are raving about the colorful confections on social media tom roberts nbc news radio radio fifteen ten.
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"Support for this podcast and the following message come from red bull radio whether it's the latest dancehall out of kingston techno from berlin underground hip old red bull radio is the place to tune in and discover great music that's new to you with indepth interviews in live performances from festivals around the globe plus music handpicked by influential artists journalists and djs you'll know what you were looking for when you listen red bull radio dot com sam sheppard play right actor and an icon of understated cool died last week at the age of seventy three due to complications from lou gehrig's disease shepherd grew up in his family's avocado farm and california but moved to new york as a young man and began writing plays he wrote more than fifty five many dealing with the american west among his plays are true west fool for love cowboy mouth and buried child which won the pulitzer prize shepherd was also a compelling if reluctant screen star of hearing more than fifty films including steel magnolia's days of heaven countryman the pelican brief his breakthrough role was in the 1983 filmed the rights stuff he played army test pilot chuck yegor who had nineteen fortyseven became the first person to break the sound barrier in this seen gators having a drink in a desert bar a couple of army engineers who are working on a new aircraft or sitting nearby they've heard about this pilot gaiger air sir urges talking to a sec air about this albert era and we fail at the acts wadis ray have go at it we think they was got the answer to go beyond mock one.
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"It's gonna be a coproduction with the hollywood reporter my home base of operation so that's very exciting post recap says going hollywood rob yeah so that's i really like this format to be able to then it would like sunday night with stephen it's going to be really emotional where it's going to be like a lot of all my god lot of a can you believe that lotta hyperbole i think then on the deep dive you come in and really just like set the record straight here's what you guys were wrong about here's what i've learned since the episode and that's going to be the very informative version of the podcast because monday's are are gonna be very busy game of thrones days burmese certainly that's going to be the days that most of the press are talking to actors talking to production designers anybody they can get their hands on doing their deep dive analyses as well so there's gonna be a lot of material to comb through on those monday's after the sunday episode so we'll definitely get a lot of that in saint analysis into those shows so i'm excited i think it's gonna be a really fun one okay and then we will have our feedback show then later on in the week look for that on wednesday afternoon so here we are going into the weekend and this was one last chance this final roads west rose podcasts where you and i are able to take questions from our listeners has go ahead send them in here on our facebook live and we'll answer as many as we can not getting into a anything we can't potentially answer after we were at the game of thrones season premiere party this week josh what can you say about the actual party itself well the party itself the flap reds were to die for that that's the first thing i can say sweet apps good good past order when she say rob yeah yeah and as you really i mean they will all outward these artists hounding the desert bar he was really all up in the desert bars face at the end of the night.
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"The yeah always not be variety the '80s '90s and yeah gray hits from today and bruno mars with liu and chile on ninety seven point one wash fm this friday july seventh it's 527 and storm watch seven meteorologist eileen wayland says a muggy morning a few showers routes thick fog and a lot of areas to keep your fingers crossed for some late day sunshine though high about eighty eight now tonight if you're heading into dc for the union marketed drive in movie coming to america with eddie murphy northeast not bad weather partly cloudy seventy two tomorrow some sunshine clouds mixed together 88 better day the weekend by the way should be on sunday low humidity as zero clouds plenty of sunshine highs in the eighties fog drizzle and seventy six parliamentary right out chilling new 95 percent out there pretty room it is perfect for a little treat that are about to describe i'm gonna tell you about this story and then i'm gonna tell you why at annoys me a little bit others i guess a desert bar in la and they are serving up a tasty treat which they call halo's and what they are are doughnuts filled with ice cream so instead of jelly there's ice cream in the center of it nice high doughnut with refreshing cold ice cream best of both worlds having managed just think about how do you how do you an age and work that narrowly sure exactly but you know this is doing well out now lay at some point somebody around here is going to like the cronut remember the cronut chris ideal krona eventually that caught on and other people started creating it somewhere somehow this little dino icecream in the middle of donuts going to happen now here's the part that annoys me a couple of years ago it's been awhile i had krispy kreme donuts and i wanted some icecream and i made a little sandwich i had cut the krispy kreme in in the centre lega bagel and i put a little bit ice cream in so i kinda was doing this any way oh here we should have capitalised on this whole idea but i didn't so now somebody else the news robert kennedy loss wise that's okay little pms invention but whatever otherwise ps leader preview engine that apparently i should have done something about because now come up with something else to.