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"doug face" Discussed on ICYMI

ICYMI

07:18 min | Last month

"doug face" Discussed on ICYMI

"Berries and cream knew it was coming. It's still brought me joy. That's the thing about these mashups. Is that whenever you see them on your sap it's always someone being like. Who made this audio and so you know something is coming and yet. It's always just a delightful little surprise over saying it is berries and creams world. And we're all just make tick toxin it. And as little lads ourselves. Racial and i are determined to answer all of your questions about exactly why this fourteen ish year old jingle is getting a second act in two thousand twenty one are all of our brains just broken yes or is it a secret guerilla marketing campaign by big candy and perhaps most importantly the question that has been at the top of my mind is why has no one made a mash up between berries and cream and vagina. Another years old banger. That's getting a second life on todd at first glance. Listen one of those. These trends don't seem to have much in common besides the fact that they're respectively both ear worms but both of them along with frankly four twenty doug face to awaits iconic video. Raise up pressing question about to talk as a platform. Can anything really go viral. There without being turned into a branding. Opportunity will answer all of that and more but first who is the little lad and why is he so obsessed with berries and cream. So we're going to open the time machine and go back to the year two thousand and seven. Where were you in two thousand seven rachel. Oh god oh. I was moving from chicago to texas. I just started high school a year likewise so in two thousand seven starburst debuts a new flavor of chewy food candy you know what it is. Don't make me say what's the what's the name of the flavor in we is this flavor of still available. Do you know. I do know because i tried very very much to track down some to consume during or after four. Today's episode and it is discontinued and my local bodega guy. Looked at me. Like i was crazy. That's honestly tragic. I guess the only thing we have to remember starburst. Berries and cream is the original. Two thousand seven commercial tried these new berries and cream starburst. Pardon me best you to say various berries in motels cream inconvenient cream. i'm berries and cream. In that ad there are two guys eating burs diverse in normal two thousand seven garb and then enters the little lad who was wearing sort of pilgrim esque. Where would we say big big floppy caller which frankly probably is like in the front window of h. m. right now they're having a renaissance. This is all linked. It's all connected. Little ad appears and says you eating berries and cream starburst and then he proceeds to do this dance singing about betty's and cream and we collectively culturally well. I guess we never stop singing about betty's cream after that point. Yeah i really feel like this. Commercial is kind of again a micro generational earworm that some of us just go back to on occasion kind of like the commercials for the hot hot ninety song where it's like you. You know what i'm talking about. I truly have no idea what you're talking about. Right now micro generations around the same time. The berries and cream ad came out. There was also another starburst ad. Where the little ad teaches how to do the little ad dance. And i'm not gonna lie. I'm ready like if i'm at a party and someone is like does anyone it a doctor like if ever the moment comes. Does anyone know the little lad dance. I'm prepared you're just running place. Nice form clap. Your hands elegant. Touch the left. He'll with your right and you're right. He'll with your left gesture to yourself. Berries and cream we bears and cream was kind of of the moment. Though right like two thousand seven there was this weird kind of mid 'oughts advertising trend that was deeply uncanny. I believe you mean odd advertising that's od advertising which honestly the best way to explain what it is to just name other commercials that fall into this category. Do you remember the puppy. Monkey baby mountain dew. Commercial baby baby. No it was a hybrid of puppy and a monkey and a baby. I'm sorry that sounds scary baby. It was really scary. It was really weird. Quiz knows also had like a really weird little monster guy selling sandwiches. There's no santa fe. None of this is ringing a bell. But i believe you. I believe everything you're saying. And also while i haven't seen a quiz knows in decades next on i see why am i what happened to quiz knows. Surely though this was sort of a an advertising game in the mid odds right making the weirdest shit possible to win the super bowl advertising wars hence the little ad who loves berries and cream. But this is that we're talking about two thousand seven almost two decades ago. Why did this reemerge in. Twenty twenty one. The audio was actually. I uploaded to talk in wait for it. January of this year but months later i now in september berries and cream is inescapable. We are not just humming along to the o. Berries and cream anymore now. In addition to that all i want for christmas is berries and cream. Remixed we played for you at the top of the show. We've got the little lad feet abba.

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"doug face" Discussed on Back To Work

Back To Work

06:29 min | 3 months ago

"doug face" Discussed on Back To Work

"Masterclass dot com slash back to work back to work. Michiko masterpass or a master key master. You get all the mouth losses when you get to them for free. Do you want them to know what i take it back. Cut all that out okay. I'll edit this video of system of a down. I haven't seen any ages. Hey thanks to mask left our stop. No no not you pro like me me. I'm mambo doug face to the are thanks to minister class for sporting five five and back to work that last part i did my national public radio voice. We do. We do mind the dude minds. Dude minds I saw picture photograph in the last week of philip. Philip seymour hoffman in his dorm room as a lad. Oh yeah yeah looks like my dorm room. It's actor so He so great. Did you ever go back and watch boogie nights. Oh you know we should do all of our follow up follow through follow in. Follow out follow overs. Now we'll do some of our recapping you Did you ever end up watching. I've given you a bunch of non non non. what's the word. I'm looking for an article. Canonical non required homework. I giving you more of what i would call reserve rating reserve reading his basically passive aggressive homework reserves. Because you got homework we turned fan. But it'll be like oh. Yeah like if you care look you go read these articles library which you just head on over there. It's not the people who care could go. Reader goes by joan duty. And i don't know if you can be troubled to renew. Yeah reserve reading pat. You like that passive aggressive homework. Yes anyway college what racket we talked about college on the last episode of rectus. And it's really good so homework things me wash masterclass. Don't you wanna talk about. I go all day. I mean start with something. I'm game for it. There's different kinds of follow up that we could do if you wanted to. Yeah here's a picture of to you. Yeah i think we've. We've talked some former fashion. I'm going to be opening a new thread when we have so many open threads but we were talking about premier. I don't know i'm just always reminded of like like there's these weird spectra. Which is i think a word i just made up spectrums of like. We're axes of like what we have to learn a nap or you have to do a thing. How can i put this really. Big is a really big shore but you know. Have you ever had things where again. Obviously i've been watching a lot of silicon valley which has just become sort of. I don't know how this happened exactly. But i stumbled back onto it. I i know. I love it but i forgot. How much loved it the characters. Oh my gosh yes jared. I'm so obsessed with jared right now. But i was going back and watching that you know. And there's a pretty funny episode where richard finally gets a girlfriend and but of course he breaks up with her because she's a space rather than tabs and then they get into which is a little bit tacky but but no i think for a mainstream audience. It's not that hockey but it's also true. There are people who have been they also mentioned like them an e max and like well how do you get into them versus e maxwell i learned just in a to be dangerous because on a terminal like in my telnet account. That's how you would edit a file. You had to know enough v. i to just be able to do the most basic stuff. Sure i mean. I've got a book about it. I never learned it. I've got stolman. Amex book i just don't have enough fingers to read it but ha- ha- what is it about now in that case it might because you use to use so much or pine or whatever that you got okay good at it because you had to rate but then there's other kinds of things where like you find yourself more attracted to this rather than that and you know. There are innumerable even in this episode. We've already had numeral numerous examples of what. I'm talking about 'cause in the nineties. There was a real like function where i'm looking for not a war exactly but before I'm hoping this right. But time was that it was basically if you're in the graphics. The simmer graphics world. You're generally using aldus products which then became w products. Like you were using. But you're using this or you're using that. There were illustrated people and they were freehand. People know what i mean. Yes there were like even even down to like it got to by the mid late nineties there were entire suite like i was using again. I think this became adobe. But there was go live cyber studio but then you can also get like adobe dreamworks dreamworks and integration and. There's always different things you know. Talking about narcissism of minor differences. These differences are not minor to the people who are choosing their side in the great app war. But there's just certain kinds of apps where you like. This is what i've always used. I can't understand what anybody would use something else. And again. Apropos of our previous discussion when that premier came out a lot. Excuse me when that final cut pro came out. A lot of people freaked. Yes in the same way that when they changed all the key commands on photoshop. A lot of people forget because that becomes your tool bench that becomes the thing that you know how to do the thing where you're not. I mean maybe you're a fan and you're a you're a you're fighting in the clone wars over which app is good and all the other ones are terrible for. I just think it's so interesting how you know. There's not the number of sort of mid level. Mac apps it there used to be. There's been a lot of shaking out in the market. But i still think it's so interesting when something comes along that can make you feel like a real weirdo where your friends are really like this one app. That like i think a good. He's a pretty good example. Today are independent graphics. Apps there are people out there like siracusa. lease a copy of photoshop. Who still like lisa copy of light room but a lot of us are like okay. Do you like pixel mater or do you like acorn or do you like the other ones and i like them. All i like acorn is what i use on the mac. I love there are so. I wanna say pixel mater photo on. Ipad is one of the single best outs. I've ever used machine learning to improve your photos. It does all this amazing stuff but like it just. I just always think it's so interesting. How can i put this the opposition. That i want to address that i think is an interesting idea is just you know you try something one time..

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"doug face" Discussed on ROADIUM RADIO

ROADIUM RADIO

08:06 min | 6 months ago

"doug face" Discussed on ROADIUM RADIO

"What is i know. It's much closer. Closed the name of the song is lost when again they sampled that nanna right now on tiktok blew the fuck up. I think What's his face. Was the name of blue doc. Doc doug face okay. He had put it on his tiktok in blue. Just like the fleetwood. Maximum memory did the fleetwood mac with fire skating. The juice juice juice dope. I'm glad that. I'm glad he made it the way he did. You know what. Like which. One the michael myers one zero. One michael myers is behind a pickup truck. And he's like this. And then you see the person paul. Because i'm a big halloween pants but much love to doll. I you know that we know he had put the song on his thing. In writing that that viral we had booked up this show. Yes when when does just took off. He did the first time he was here with a doctor. Wintom And they contacted us through instagram. And they wanted to to book them on the show but the thing that he could only do it like on a thursday. That's all he had opened so we said yes then he said what's good brisk so we were saying six seventy no. He'll be gone by then. Can you do it at ten or eleven. Am old so that was kind of hard for us and that thursday. I have so much going on. But you know what i did. I clear my schedule. And i told my boy. Let's just do it okay. Let's just do it and any bucking call us back and cancel so it wasn't meant to be it wasn't meant to be hopefully maybe some time in the future. Yeah exactly so what. I be able to go ahead and take a break. We're gonna come right back and A bunch of people can't wait to see what we're about to expose and reveal. Yes it's time to reveal inform. You let the curtain down. Yes absolutely but that being said michigan take somebody slept shit about. Let him know that. Dj dominator is in the motherfucker building. Texas santamaria standard. We'll be back ten minutes. I'm back everybody with rhodium radio episode. One thirty seven nine twenty the wisdom of the podcast electrical fedex. What a fantastic and give them lifts dominant how you doing good. Only you know what. I had a great time with their man like chopping it up with you because we talked music pretty much all we talk about. That's all i ever took ball day. My friends get tired of bunny bro. Seen you work reminds me a lot of me but on the drum machines sampling. Because you're very very like okay. That's not okay. that's not okay. I think this is it and for me. It's the same thing when i get a snare catholic a day for sure big time big time so i like being around people like that. That's why lately people have seen are being the drum machine where brought mixer turntables. And i showed people pretty much what i've been doing since i've been nineteen years old nineteen eighty-seven sampling kuttan scratching making beats or whatever. All this beat that. I played on my machine. We're all from the nineties like all of them. That was those are good episodes a spending because ever since that episode a lot of people have been hitting me up for those beats. I bet and i'm thinking to myself dude like those are new beats to other people. That's what you're not right to seem to use these are some old dusty ass beats that i'm tired of and whatever and they're just there but to other people are fresh brand new beats and to top it off from that time right like time traveling right and bring it forward in saint all. This is like some new ship but some old shit. It's like some new old shipping right. Yeah now i do. You know it's because i have to remind myself of that show. Yeah i have to. You do have to because a. It's it's good for other people to tell you that so that you can know it in. Because like i said in your own brain you're probably thinking and shit like who's going to want this shit like who's on wanting their don't though right some dope shit you know what says we brought up movies and we talked about how we said. As far as like more today's movies we have more technology. We have less technology with the older ones but older ones are better. Liz flip that into music all day. Only today we have more technology air more technology. Okay we had meacham mixes by the way my boy blast. It's called many mitchell. I'm about to have. Let's see and then didn't mean to interrupt. You are good so back then. We had less technology. And i think my opinion musicals better than then what it is today. What are your thoughts on. This is bom love is not going to sing it again. Like last put upon tiktok to did you. Yeah put to gotta talk now. Just let everyone do gotta tiktok. It's doing pretty good. What's called Dumb dom funk. I think or some shit like that. Okay yeah i. I'm always putting shit on my instagram with it. So you can always look at my story. Isn't that i put it up. Okay yeah well back to what you were talking about the music. We have more technology today right. And we are less technology back. Implem- music was better back. Then why is that well. I don't i can say now that people are hit two things now. I don't feel like music was better back then anymore. I feel like people are going back to that. So people are going back to what we did at that time and simplifying things so you don't think musicals better back then. I used to think that why. I mean why not. I don't think that now because people are going back to that that doesn't make sense to me. They're using those techniques again now but they're technique because they were dope because they were sucks their today's yeah a lot of kacie sows. But they're if they're bringing that back in doing that again now and some genius minds are doing that now. The music of today's starting not to suck like that anymore. Understand with him. Saying i understand your point. But i guess when i'm talking about like today's music. Oh right right right but the the the fucking mumbles and all that. Yeah yeah. Yeah but there's a lot of you can't consider just only today's music anymore. There's a lot of that we call this. I know what you mean. I know what you mean. That's dope some of. It isn't some of the soldiers are good some of it. Isn't i guess i'm talking about the music. That's not trying to replicate what we day back gay right. I'm just talking about just in general then being on their own and doing weird shit. Yeah i mean. I try not to put it down so much because you know like i was telling you you remember what i was telling you yesterday about when we were playing our shit and the people that were older than what they've been like. Well is that weird shit right. What would those people think about the music today. My god they'd probably be like dude. Shoot me listening. Today's music and say fuck. Nwa wasn't that bad. I mean think about that. Well you know what one thing we could say. Even though our parents might not have liked it. I had older brothers or brands or older people that listen to that shit and they never said it was whack. They just didn't like it. I try not to down too much other music because obviously other people like for some reason you know what i'm saying like younger people like they're.

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"doug face" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

WMAL 630AM

05:57 min | 10 months ago

"doug face" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

"A citizen, I think asked her well, what are you doing? And you'll never believe what she said. Well, of course, you will. Perfectly typical. That's the ruling class thing. It's a memory in tow. Annette is an epidemic this It's not just Nancy Pelosi anymore. It's Rampant across the country. You don't have to be from California like old goop in her hair gel out there and it is, boy. It is something happy Wednesday to you. Tomorrow is Christmas Eve. Isn't that lovely? Is that wonderful? I said, What do we have, Michael? Do we have that baby? It's cold outside because you know how the Democrats go crazy When you play baby. It's cold outside. It's way too heterosexual for them the Democrats. They hate that whole normal thing there against that. But hopefully we'll have time to get to that today because that's very nice, and it makes them crazy, as though that's necessary kind of redundant, repetitive, unnecessarily duplicative. But there is Christmas Eve tomorrow and Christmas Day on Friday, and we're all being told not to spend time with their families. For God's sake in it, they could be diseased, You know, want to spend time disease. They're going to give you the disease. We're all going to die, and that's the Democrat Party line on Christmas. It's kind of how they've always felt about Christmas anyway. They don't like family just as a concept that don't like their own families. Why would that there might be normal people there and they don't like Christmas. You know, they got the word Christ in there and Let's say it's a holiday. They hate holidays. Well, they're like three days off where somebody else has picked. Did you know that the word holiday is a contraction of the words Holy and day that holiday? It's a reference. So you even you're talking about MLK Day or something. It's a holiday. It's holiday. The term you break it down. You look at the origin Holy and day holiday that zoo where it comes from. Little Entomology for Democrats today and and the president last night. The president put a video out last night President Donald Trump, who created so many amazing things in his short time. 3 to 4 years and well being constantly under fired by the radical left burning our cities and all that, taking time out to impeach the president for talking to another president about the corruption of the Biden family, which is all being born out, of course. But that's not important because everything is fake. Everything is like nothing is true. It's you know, if you're a Democrat, here's the reality. Everything you believe to be true is false. And everything you believe to be false is true. It's pretty much that simple. If you take that as an abiding principle, I think you can. You can make some headway. Do you want to get to the president pretty quickly today because of what he said He made a video posted on the Facebook and and now it's out there all over once again, Al Gore's amazing Internet. And I want to get to that because the president was very strong lunch bucket. Joe came out, made a couple of comments about immigration and and I said, You know, he doesn't want to ring the dinner bell and have two million people at our border. That's what he's going to do anyways. Any they do. They're always like whatever they say they're doing. They're doing the opposite. And it is, But that little bit of figure And then one question was asked of them. And once again it was by Peter Doocy. You got a room full of fake reporters. Nobody asked him a question about anything. They just fluff him. Talk to him about ice cream. Hope they get an invitation. They're not journalists at all their flippers, and they put out press releases and Peter Doocy once again as the question Joe Biden had an answer. That was just another one for the books. It's another dog fate. What was it at Doug's face? Pony soldier Dogface, Pony soldier. The man he brings in some hum dingers hum dingers that when you're talking home dingers, as long as you're not talking about Bill Clinton, which is a different discussion altogether. But Joe Biden, he brings in some hum dingers often time and it's ah, separate aside from the whole Clinton think But Peter Doocy as well, and they took questions from fake reporters because they had a list of reporters. Joe Biden here had to read the list. Go to that NBC reporter. They're going to fluff you with something about how great you are. Go to the CBS reporter. They're going to ask you what your favorite kind of peanut butter is crunch here or smooth and it was no, it is creamy. It's necessary, smooth, crunchy or creamy, and they ask questions like that. And then, as he was walking away, Peter does he had to shout a question at him because he was already walking away, you know, and that's an instead of staying in answering the question. He went rambling all over the place and We'll get to us some of that crime and mayhem in Chicago, not shattering all records, but but really bad, worse than Afghanistan. I'll tell you that much and again. It all started with the president last night coming out after after this ridiculous bill in the Congress, this outrageous piece of garbage That's being inflicted upon the American people in another grand theft country going on over here. And Nancy Blessing. Can we use that? We're gonna bumper stickers. Grand theft country. I think that would be good. Did I mention also that we're at 8886309625888? 6309625 talked a lot yesterday about this alleged co bit relieved Bill being peddled on pimped by Nancy Pelosi With that strange thing going on with your face and what's with your hair, but she she is because pushing this thing and Oh, this is real good. And you You have. Pakistan gets millions for gender, but problems which they don't have, and but you get the $600 Well. President Trump came out last night posted a video last night. Is that he doesn't want any of this. And this this, you know politics, they say it makes for strange bedfellows make strange bedfellows. And now Nancy Pelosi, Rashida toe leave and Alexandria, Casio. Cortez are all in with what President Trump is saying, and that is to up the $600 relief checks to $2000 relief checks. Democrats like Fine, Let's do that..

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"doug face" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

KDWN 720AM

06:41 min | 1 year ago

"doug face" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

"Never got back to him. Months went by no further request from the FBI. And then the impeachment started and he started to hear what he regarded from. What you've seen on the tape was very, very false allegations being made by You know those clowns to Democratic clients that conducted it, And he got angry. He happens don't like me. Unlike the press, respect me thought I was being maligned. He contacted a group of people sent out notes. You know, I have something. I have something. I have something. He sent one. I don't remember someone in my office or to my lawyer's office, but in any event, it ended up in the hands of my life. So he's talking about the guy who actually had the laptop in his shop and hear what he said about the FBI. Keep your mouth shut and you'll be OK. Yeah, well, I have a quote here from the FBI. It is I do believe Mahmoud Doug face to the Oh no, that's that's what I said it again. That's the other one. Yeah, Yeah, my my dimensions, kicking and continue. Okay, So it's interesting, though, Because the guy was he's scared for his life. He's still scared for his life. And by the way, so is the former partner of Joe Biden, who was recently Moved of Joe Biden or of Hunter. Biden of Hunter. Biden your dimensions kicking into that We're going to transfer notice because information his name is Bevin Cooney and his show has got to be called the dementia. Our OK, OK. Yeah. So Bevin Cooney. Was moved from his present cell after providing email account exposing 100 biting and and Bevin Cooney and his family are now worried about the life of Devin Kun. Of course, he's gonna have a mine away. He's in Oregon. Did you know that? Who is Cooney? Bevin? Connie is in Oregon. He's gonna have his cell in federal prison in Oregon. What's the guy's name again? Really? It's sad. Please get me some some sort of. Ah, Over the counter drug or something stuff made out of octopus skin that okay, What is it? What is the guy's name that got killed in prison? That was you talking about? Jeffrey Epstein. See, this is another interesting tie in. He's going by the way. The text that I sent you with. The pictures of Biden fondling little girls their hair. Don't look make sure that that's clear but you know it occurred to me and this is AH, finished. Souza had tweeted this out. On the headline reads Deneche. D'Souza went there because it with all the stuff that's going on with Hunter Biden and his association with younger women. Yeah, speak yet. And then you see the father giving so much attention to the younger women. You know the teenage girls right? And and it makes me think that maybe he was traumatized by that as a kid. The Who knows Hive minds. You know, Hunter, while absolutely hunter, But I was. I thought you're talking about the pops the seat but see what we're finding out. Well, let's let's play the next clip. Well, this is really a very, very sensitive one. There's a text message to his father, in which he says the following and he's discussing is discussing his sister in law, who for quite some time with his lover. And he says she told my therapist that I was sexually inappropriate. This would be with a unnamed 14 year old girl when she says that I face time naked with the unnamed 14 year old. Girl. And the reason I can't have her out to see me is because I walk around naked, smoking, crack talking Tom Girls on face time, but the bottom line is that I created and caused Very unsafe environment for the kids. Uh, this is supported by numerous pictures of underage girls. So, Mr Mayor, that is Look, that's dynamite stuff on I've seen Turned it over to electricity. You turned you turned it over to the Delaware State Police correct. Yes. Yesterday, Bernie Kerik and I turned it over the Delaware state very uncomfortable with this very uncomfortable with the fact that he's underage girls were not protected. Look, it's getting so lurid. It's getting so dark. Walks around naked smoking, crack face timing with Tom Girls or whatever it is, Um, man, this is it. And so here's the next clip. It is. Rudy Giuliani identifying Joe Biden as the big guy. Listen, Is there anything concrete tying Joe Biden to Bree Smith money money from China? You know, it does not look good at all to me those emails and what they were up to you anything in that regard, And if you haven't found it yet, you're kind of saying it might still be there. Because how much of this hard drive already you've found it. There's a memo in here that says that 10% Of the money that was being whacked up. That was $10 million a year and then 50% of the profits with three Chinese communist, one of whom was a Chinese intelligence operative. That 10% of that was going to H for the big guy. So we've identified the bigger several ways. One right After that. There's an email that is asking for cheese for the office they're going to share with the Chinese communists. And the first TV ads for is for Joe Biden. The big guy number two. There's an anonymous source that is told Fox News that the big guy is definitively Joe Biden. He's one of the people involved in the deal. I know his name. I'm not at liberty to tell you but I'm told that when David said he's going to go public Low boy. So now the names of the people who know who are in the know are about to come out again. Miraculously, an intervention all this happening, But he says 10% goes to the goes toe H for the big guy. I wonder who H is, but I think he's gonna you know, like he said that that name will be coming out. Look, this is all psychological. Insanity that it's hard to decipher. What's going on is a consumer auras just the general public human being trying to live their lives trying to run their business is my brother in law was telling me he's always calling me with facts and figures, he says. Do you know how many businesses have gone out of business in the last? You know whatever it is this year, I guess this year for Silver Well, listen, he says. For 100,000 businesses have gone out of business, he says. How many people are.

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"doug face" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

860AM The Answer

03:42 min | 1 year ago

"doug face" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

"Will be. You've identified Jeremy. Thank you. This gentleman has identified something that maybe more likely. Biden. Um, problem. Than him blowing a synapse and, you know, forgetting what town he's in our forgetting his name or becoming babbling Lee incoherent are passing out cold. I don't think any of those things are gonna happen. What Jeremy just described. Maybe the greatest likelihood of all and that is that that trumps just trump and comes at him with something and Joe just done like it and loses. Composure. Now when somebody loses composure and has all of their faculties about them, maybe they offer up a retort. That is just a little too sharp or they say something that's a little ill advised. Joe may roll out with Doug faced Brody soldier or or who you are Or Who knows, So ah, that's going to be interesting. That's going to be interesting. In Emeryville, California, Nancy. Hey, Mark Davis in for Larry, How are you? Good Wednesday to you. Hi, mark and spilling out here walking the bay in Emeryville, California. It's beautiful that it's a little cloudiness because of the ash. Okay? I was just telling somebody that a minute ago. That I've lived in Chicago. I have lived in Dallas about as long as I lived out here in California and And there's something that I wanted to say they keep talking about Joe and Trump. I can tell you from experience that he's probably going to have, if he needs them is probably going to be getting drugs that will sharpen his mind. Definitely because I know they're out there. And he where can I get access to them? Kidding, kidding? It's a joke. I apologize. What? But you know seriousness. Wh what? What are there? What is the pharmaceutical possibility? For something to actually quote sharp in one's mind, and I don't know the supplements you got through any psychiatric hospital and they're not gonna tell you about it. That it's there. Okay? Yeah. Well, is that so smart going General? At the movies when they were that we have a motion picture rating system here in the United States that works well for most of the time and it'll and most of these movies, they'll tell you why they write it in that way. Now I picked up movies in the library. Then raided and I did not warn all of the parents out there that they need to watch these movies. Before their Children ever did, and when their Children, teens and preteens If that's on their radar, and somebody says you shouldn't see it. Believe me, they're going to try to get it. But the for the forbidden fruit syndrome that it always has been, and always will be. And that's what makes good parenting the most precious of commodities, Nancy, thank you appreciate it very, very much. And you know, you know whether it's cuties, Air, 100 other movies that show kids doing bad things and unfortunate things. It's just a reminder that if you do choose to consume this thing, and you certainly don't have to you just find yourself yelling at the school yelling of the parents. Where are you? Where are you in this Fallen world to protect your.

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"doug face" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

05:14 min | 1 year ago

"doug face" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

"The show never stops on Twitter follow along at John Kincaid along a junkie. And follow our next guest Elliot Shore parks. It's a very long name. It's a very very But once you follow there's not many people e l i o t Shor our parks. Follow him. I do. And he's the Eagles reporter for 94. The place where I did my first on air shift ever. It launched this great ship. That is John Kincaid's career which has hit many an iceberg. How are you ESPN this morning? How are you, buddy? Doing good. I'm doing good. Thanks for having me on. I'm very disappointed. That I am not going to see you at your birthday. For my daughter's. Ah, you know my dad daughter trip that we do every year because it doesn't look like fans in the stands for me to be able to come up for an Eagles game this year and looks like it's It's a bit of a mess, and it's something that I look forward to in this year. Eagles Cowboys Day after your birthday, right? Yeah, And you know, last year I came out for the pre game show you have outgoing, So it's certainly Ah, It's certainly a disappointment. I will say, you know, Eagles game much like games around the week. It's always way more exciting before the game, you have to stand the fans out there understand? Unfortunate doesn't like that's going to be the case, but at least it looks like we're gonna have football. Why is it though that the NFL or I mean it does not have a little more of a hammer that like in Atlanta? They're gonna have 15 to 20,000 fans. You're gonna have other other places where they're going to have fans in the stands, I would have thought the NFL owners would have a little more cloud. Yeah, Look, I think just because they're having stand in the stands in the land, it doesn't mean that's the right decision. And that's what everyone around the league wants to Dio. Yeah, that the Eagles the Eagles are preparing. They sent out an email this week their season ticket holder. Saying that there are preparing for potential outcomes where you would have fans in the stands. Thing's going to be a state by state thing. The good news for Eagle stands is it seems like Pennsylvania is handling this better, you know than some other places, so I wouldn't shut the door on fans being there in Philadelphia, but it's just a good It's gonna be a little different. All right, so training camp begins this week. You're a guy who is usually immersed in being on the sidelines and and being there and bringing everybody all the details. How do you go about doing that job? And how do your peers around the NFL do it with training camps opening up this week? Is there going to be any Is there going to be any contact? Or is it all going to be zoom? Are you going to be able to get your eyeballs on anything? Or is it all closed? So it's definitely going to be very different, you know, attract. Every Carson went throw at practice since he was drafted. So I guess you can't a big on training camp. I love it my favorite time of the year. The good news is, even though it's gonna be different. I do believe that reporter's going to end up getting a fair amount of access. I mean, the players are going to report at least of the last day they can report is on Tuesday. We're going to have about a two week ramp a period where you'll be mostly just strength and conditioning, lifting that type of thing, and you'll probably be the first padded practice on August 17th. Now I would guess that there's going to be 14 or so practices that reporters will get to be at this season and you'll be able to watch practice. Certainly, you know, report on what's happening there still be not going around the league was going to be different, though, is I would be surprised any reporter With faith debates with the player all year. Almost all interviews going to be over zoom. I don't think I'll even see Doug face to face this year. The small chance of that, But, yes, it's going to be really be very different. But good news is, you know, a month ago, there was talk to maybe only one reporter practice every day. It does look like there's going to be a fair amount of media. They're to report it Does I can tell you talking to to Major League baseball players via text this week. They're loving not having to do daily media in person walking out of the locker room and a towel and having to answer questions. If they're stating their their underwear dripping in a towel. I wonder if this is going to be something going forward. That players are gonna push for, you know, get the media out of our locker rooms. Get the media. Let's do this. We can do this another way. It's possible. Look, I mean, you look at how the NFL draft went with everyone doing it from home. You know, teams talked afterwards about how they might implement some of the way they did that in the next year's draft. Now, I don't think you're gonna see everybody home again. But with the weak being forced to do so many things differently this year, there will be things that had picked up now, obviously, selfishly, I hope that the media out of locker room is not one of them. I think it's important to get to know these guys on a you know, day to day basis. It's how you get better stories of how you better understand what's going on. But you're absolutely right. I mean, the players don't like media being in the locker room. That's their spaces where they're getting changed. I mean, after the game, it's where they're kind of cooling down and, you know, sometimes they say things in the heat of the moment that they might not say if they were doing in our later on zoom. So for the players, it's a good thing for the media. Not so much, but it's to get I really do hope that it does not become every year thing. Ln short parks from W E p in Philadelphia, joining us here, John Kincaid show CBS Sports Radio. 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"doug face" Discussed on ManTalks Podcast

ManTalks Podcast

12:26 min | 1 year ago

"doug face" Discussed on ManTalks Podcast

"Large the US something like Ukiah winter and then the crops will die in was what governments do about that. What do we do about that? Well it's hard to know because there's so many things that can actually cause These kinds relents to happen. But they're all they're all things that of very unlikely to happen and we don't think about very much. We hope that somebody is thinking about them. I think Bill Gates. I might be wrong about this but you correctly. I think he's been warning about something like the grind writers for a very long time and saying genetic we've got all these things in place to to prevent nuclear war in the new took catastrophe. But we've got almost nothing in place to to deal with viruses and stuff and they might like it apple and nobody really thought that was a a reason to to get much more prepared than than we were and you can see results right. It's it's pretty pretty pretty dramatic so I don't know. Don't governments governments voice face the problems Disney Democratic of of the short to electoral cycles but long-term issues to deal with and long-term issues tend not to be popular? You know things like Climate Change. Things like defending against viral attacks viral deputies. These things require sacrifices. Now without you seeing the benefits are so electorally. It's very difficult to convince your elected that this is what you want to spend resources on now and so we always face this kind of short term long term difficulty with with democratic politics details. Much easier you might. Then there's other moral questions Jewish exotic yeah. I think I think it's interesting right. Because you know Bill Gates had given Ted Talk. I think about three or four years ago. I believe three three to five years ago. Where actually brought this question forward and had some simulations and data basically predicting what it would look like something like something similar to coronavirus rolling out and basically sounding the alarm. Saying exactly what you're saying. Which is we don't have any systems in place to to actually be able to on a global scale Properly handle this situation and and it's interesting because now it now he seems to be sort of Being spun as as as bad guy now in the media in certain INSERT MEDIA FORMS. Sort of being said like. Oh He's trying to create you. Know Mass Control. And he wants to put microchips into people through the vaccinations and and all of these pieces. And so when when you talk about catastrophe and an apocalyptic thinking and just the contract itself. How does misinformation play into these? These concerts will my guess. Is that For very many people thinking about tests were just too difficult. So you you you tend to not want to get the I mean the the the main people wondering around still now saying that the covid nineteen isn't isn't anything like this. It's it's a little plot either by some government was some organization to try and bring this sound conspiracy theory as you were talking about human beings. I'm very susceptible to conspiracy theories it gives them a sense of control gives them a sense of and the standing. What's going on in the world? Sometimes it's not understandable in the way they wanted to be understandable. We just don't know enough about the coronavirus able to give so. Let's find a way of getting control. A changing the narrative so conspiracy theories and and and and the the whooping of news coming very often the case that occurs when people face the possibility of something that is terrible you it with the phenomenon. Nov Holocaust revisionists who just simply will deny the fact of the Holocaust because the thought that this was done is set for many of them is going to be some explanation despite all the documentation all the witnesses were. It just doesn't exist and you find this. A whole range of things Airplanes that go missing for example. They might be an answer. We don't know about yet But people start thinking this conspiracy concept because that's that that's the way in which we we find some way of making sense of the world around us when it's very scary and frightening creatures. That are very good at putting cause-effect together and that's what we start making crazy decisions. It's it's interesting because one of the things that I that one of the things that that sort of caught my eye about what you talk about with with apocalypse and catastrophe was was this it almost feels like a collective a collective questioning of what we experience individually. And I'm curious I'M GONNA I'M GONNA go in on this little bit further but I'm curious to get your sense of. Do you feel like catastrophe. Or or apocalyptic thinking helps us to better understand why we're here in some capacity and I and maybe actually maybe I should give some context for this as like you I think about something like the myth of Sisyphus right whether the whether the ultimate question is should we commit suicide and I know it's a very dark questioned but but at the same time you know the the breakdown. There is being able to look at at something. That is almost this sort of darkest form of our of our psyche. Ride like should should we end our lives and sort of looking at death as a means to inform our life. And I'm curious if if this this construct in this idea of catastrophe on our fascination with in some way is helping to inform our collective movement right that My my guess is that it thinking about apocalypse on talks to as you say a part of status that is constantly concerned about what would if the structures in the and the and the people in values everything around us collapse and it does give us a window into that as I tried to say. The gives us some sense of of of looking at the unthinkable and the unsalable but a gaze from a distance way you are a relatively safe and we pull back with horrible Speak of what is to put your feet or to take you financial which you can do. The actual endemic right we at the end. You can't do with movies. You can use literature and was us to expand our understanding of us now and deal with fears and desires consensus things. But I don't know I don't know the answer to your question. I think it's a very difficult question to answer. It's is very I mean it's a it's a big one but I guess I guess where I was coming out of from was you. I think in the article you talked about. How when we look at things like catastrophe can help us sort of play through moral conundrums you know and and way how we would respond in those moral conundrums and so can you just speak to that a little bit more. Because I think that's that's a really interesting Yeah but part of what you wrote about that. I think is very applicable for Seattle so so for people living in stable a contemporary societies. Like you and I. It's very unlikely to advocate. Have to decide whether to kill someone very unlikely. Hopefully never what happened is so severe. Like he's going to have to go and steal food from somebody else. Who starving war it you you you might have to save your child in the another child. Die In the process so those kind of things. Fortunately and that's why we live in a scientist we live in a trade them and bring them worldwide because we don't have those kinds of choices but we do also understand that the consensus with us choices sunny thrust upon us and and and then the question is what what is. What do I do those kind of moral conundrums? How RESPOND TO WIN? Values actually like whenever your person that says. I'm never prepared to take food for people who are stopping even from us. I Stop Myself. Which is pretty aerobic. Most people think. I'm not sure I'm up to that would be prepared to sacrifice my life for somebody else's life. Well then people think well. Maybe maybe. But I'm not sure I would do it if actually came to. So it's those kinds of issues have become much more stock it's it's on the boundaries of life and the and the terrible decisions that you have to make which fortunately we don't have to make the often if ever they suddenly become prevalent and plentiful and and prisons and there we we get a some insight into the kind of moral fiber we have in the moral values. We have and what's really important us with reading. His family is a universal value. Is a society that we support. What is it really matters to us? And there's nothing that gets tested to the extreme when you when you have those kinds of coalitions yeah I mean it's it's interesting because it sounds as though you're saying is that we we play these almost like war game simulations in our in our hat in our mind or through literature three movies so that we can try and and self assimilative sense of morality within us of like where we stand from a moral compass perspectives. That is that roughly accurate sounds about right. Yeah it sounds like that that we we. We don't really know what's important to us until we're ready. And then it becomes play. Nova my children radio important to me or the new for example or somebody out all I really do value my life more than I value that principle which says buffet to people you whatever the case may be right and you know they were people during the Second World War that risk their lives to save people who are being persecuted and when they were asked why they said well just as a case that people should not be treating back and I had help them and they understand what it was a core value for them of people who claim to be medicated zone. When push comes to shove these people get killed or taken away so you tasted under those conditions where your crew venues became evident. Yeah do you feel like we do feel like in in North American society or I I will culture that we are lacking that sort of test and so we're seeking it in other places I know we're sort of deviating from what you might only sort of discuss or look into but I'm curious about your perspective on that will will there is. They're very reluctant to say that. You know people in the United States Britain Dont have these kinds of tests so doug face these kinds of deep because clearly many people do right young in wise but but but generally speaking we live in a society where things of being stable in calm and civilized for lost forty fifty sixty years. You tend to become a bit complacent about values in what to expect. I read a shocking report which I don't know if it's true that there has been a sea change in the way in which the youth in America seen the value of democracy in Just off the Second World War something like ninety percent another figures exactly what is very high so the democracy was absolutely essential to the American Life and now something like twenty five thirty percent of students say it's not true but if that is the case I mean that's pretty shocking. It's something like fish swimming in the waters ornament even notice democracies around the benefiting from all of those things. Don't even notice it because they've never had. It removed any kind of way with threatened any kind of way so what? These things do is they. Raise the freight if you like in the tree or a film environment where you can send me. Think in comfortable life I have in in in Manchester.

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Whole Hearted

Unorthodox

09:43 min | 1 year ago

Whole Hearted

"This is Unorthodox University leading Jewish podcast. I'm your host Mark Oppenheimer Anaheim our joined this week by another host tablets senior writer. Liel Liebowitz hello to you you lying. Doug Face Pony soldier. Oh isn't that the greatest I word ever cody soldier. This Joe Biden thing I did not. Did you call someone a pony soldier. A very lovely moment. Ask them very innocuous question. He turned around and said No. You didn't you lying dog faced pony soldier. Wow then she was like what he's like. It's woman old. John Wayne move was like no. It's not every single John we you literally. It was big in Delaware that instead slander. That's slur was big in Delaware. The nineteen fifty. It was a pre talkie. That's got to the president just for the Retro Quality. Just just to take us back in time Lille and I are alone in the studio today. Stephanie has jury duty so it's just only al to celebrate. Celebrate the upcoming hog known to the gentiles. Valentine's Day is revelatory. Yeah that's right Ed. We will be speaking with some people who know something about Love Seduce today. They are among others. We're going to have the cast members of the web series soon by you about dating in the modern Orthodox world how carp when our favorite guests from the apology episode came to our live in Cincinnati to tell us a very very special story. And then if you like hearing US whisper sweet nothings into your ear. Buds wait until Oh you hear the lovely singing voices in our interview with cantorial student. Jacob Sandler yes he gets US singing. We really do put you in the Mood for love. This is love is in the air in twenty twenty s as the corona virus. But Hey you win some you lose so the the updates on our lives. Stephanie is currently only doing civic duty during jury duty somewhere in the five boroughs Stephanie was in Scotch Plains New Jersey having a great event there a few days ago Maybe we'll we'll get the update next week. Leo You're in the motherland right. I was in beautiful Israel. Why for my grandmother's one year as a memorial service? Yeah Had a chance to sit and study some Tomlin with my Gerke Hassett cousins. I dearly love and again you know. We're often kind of like you know funny about these matters here but every now and then I really do get the urge to be sincere when I sit with people who you would think we have absolutely nothing uncommon. But then you realize we are truly literally and metaphorically speaking family and when we get together that love that connection is completely puttable we have spent very a little time talking about the fact that you're related to Garros So how did these are first cousins of yourself. I Costa who went. Who Went Garrard in your family? My Grandmother's sisters Shula Married Girl Haas. Okay this is a particular sect of Hasidim. What is there? What's the What their vibe? Like what what makes Gerhardt's put it like this cafe after the memorial service writing grandmother. Someone was talking about a person who's become about Shuba who's found religion later in life and became a gir- haas acid and one of my cousins who is Haas it said really no one becomes Bolshevik becomes a hostage and I asked why not and my cousin said well. Because it's it's perfectly fine to be like a really religious Jew and not go all the way to where we are. Why would you ever do the house? We have no choice right. Mind way you ever come here. It's so interesting I don't have any Cassini blackadder's any Haredi in my family I have modern orthodox cousins in Israel whose parents my mother's first cousin hasn't her husband actually were leaders of the conservative movement in Israel but then there's not much of a conservative movement in Israel so if you grow up kind of conservative conservative acts like observant conservative but if you SORTA got a pick or are you going secular going modern Orthodox and they're you know they're orthodox but I don't know of anyone who's like got the hat and the beard. It's a great a crying. Shame you have Hasidic material written all over your basically and this is the thing that I I kind of realized this week. 'cause we were hanging we were talking and at some point. The conversation vacation got kind of really elevated. And then I thought you know moved to dial like three clicks to the right and we're talking about Cherry Garcia Right in one thousand nine hundred. Seventy right eating shrimps and the bus and the way to Monterrey. That's kind of the VIBE. Yeah really the essence of not just observing the strict strict interpretation of the law but really trying to find this motionless spiritual connect mystical court to it would love to. I WanNa hang with your gear custom in cousins or Greg. I had a slightly different experience but in its way no less mystical by the way while you're talking about Jerry Garcia on the bus. Were you on the conference call when I when we were all doing like a pre show Oh crap and Rebecca. My thirteen year old was in the car and she was saying Dad. Can you explain the the grateful dead to me which is a really deep question because you know I could say I mean. I think we'd been listening to uncle. John's John's Bander Casey Jones. Or something you've come on. Come on the playlist in the car and I could say well it's a it's a group from about nineteen sixty seven to nineteen. Ninety give is playing the debt side. But I could give you the Brownie right and you'll eat it thirty five minutes you'll understand everything about this man. I mean I. It's really hard to say because it's so much more than a band to six never made sense to me before I try them on. Meet cliche thing to say. One is a grateful dead. The second is tennis and attended attended. I'm like wait until you understand. 'em This is a great game. I just have to move my eleven right. I'm so into this now. I add my own mystical experience in Wia missing in Pennsylvania and a bunch of people came like they'd set up fifty chairs. Forty five of the chairs were were filled with super curious. Interesting people of all ages a young rabbi from Lebanon Pennsylvania brought his twenties and thirties. Group is like young singles of which there were five or six and they were super into it and they listen to the show and they wanted copies the book and it was magical. The Jewish Cultural Committee organizes their author series was three people. None of whom was is Jewish. Okay one of them was Nancy Russo. WHO's married to to Paul something? Jewish and Nancy is is Italian Catholic by upbringing. The main woman the director of cultural life for the Jewish nation is Amanda Hornberger. Whose husband is like something German Lutheran? She herself grew up. Congregational est she's on the vestry of her united the Church of Christ Congregational Church. I've always said that the congregation great out and there was a local librarian named John who grew up in Baltimore where he did sixteen years of Catholic school and then went off to college college. I mean literally none of these people even guys. Every time we meet a gentle on our show it turns out there a quarter Jewish. These people like zero Jew in them and yet they are keeping the Jewish heart beating y missing Pennsylvania. They were interested they were curious they're booking good authors. They're running great programs. The people they bring in Inter asking smart questions Jews by choice we had a convert. who showed up a Sherry came and said thank you for your your help on my journey? The podcast has been meaningful to me. gentile L. spouses of Jews. Why a missing? Pennsylvania was among the greatest afternoons of my life is how it ought to be how it ought to be. Whatever New York like fucking fucking A.? Y. A. Missing Pennsylvania it there. Are Jews starve reading. The News starts reading this and I want to see even today do an event at the Barnes and Noble in Union Square. And you'll get fifty fifty three people and I go to why missing and get forty and in town. That's probably like twelve thousand people get numbers you get. People are truly engaged truly engaged and so grateful full end their listeners and the ones who aren't listeners could become listeners I it was it was magical. Speaking of Magic Amazon is somehow making the Nazis disappear in news to the Jews. This this week we learned from the New York Times about that Amazon is and I quote quietly canceling its Nazis over the past eighteen months. The retailer has removed books by David. Duke a former the leader of the Ku Klux Klan as well as several titles by George Lincoln Rockwell founder of the American Nazi Party Amazon also prohibited volumes like the ruling elite the Zionist seizure of world power and and history of central banking and the enslavement of mankind from its virtual shelves. What are we think of Amazon? Taking strong hand Nazi literature out of its store. You're I'm not down with it. I'm not either tell you. Because here's the thing. Once you at a major conglomerates start making judgment calls about what is and is is not permissible for its captive audience to read. I think you're sorta screwed actually kind of a free speech absolutist in this way like yes I want everyone three David Duke Doc if only because once you do unless you're total frigging maniacal moron. You'd understand that this is absolute drivel. Actually want like free copies and like every this show be like. Hey guys here you go and try to get your way through mine com- If you can't get twelve pages into it. It's the most boring stuff you'll ever find. The beginning is funny. The middle sags the characterization gets gets a little thin toward the ad still never figured out how it ended. I never read it. No but really like do I really want Amazon making this call them. Why not the next up being like well you know This type of ideology is also quite offensive to us in history is in the type of thing we want people to read. You can imagine agenda that you can imagine where it goes very quickly to Jews in the Middle East or Zionist saying. We don't WanNa read you know the Hamas Charter and Palestinian activists saying we don't want to read. This spoke about the founding of Israel. I mean it's all of a sudden you've a lot of people who authentically believe that they are keeping genocidal literature out of the hands of other people saying what people can and cannot read and you add in the fact that Amazon really does have a kind of monopoly power. What we're reading? Yeah and find the these days of elsewhere.

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"doug face" Discussed on The Dave Gram Show on WDEV

The Dave Gram Show on WDEV

05:58 min | 1 year ago

"doug face" Discussed on The Dave Gram Show on WDEV

"Now back to the Graham Show on Wd FM and we are back in my guess. Our Laurie rebar. She's an entrepreneur from plainfield Vermont and and also Doug Webster there we go. Oh I got to keep these. I space out. Occasionally I do politics that folks but We haven't met doug face to face yet so it's a little harder and Doug is with the Agency of Education here in Vermont and also is a is a longtime advocate in person involved in Lee really in the maker Space Movement in the state and the And we're talking about Both maker space and this new effort called scrounge. Yvonne and Lori. Let's just go to A. Let's go to brief description here of What what makes scroungers on different from what is sort of already occurring in all these other reports around the state? Well I would call scratch if on the Vermont way of doing things where you are using a lot of common sense and a little bit of money. uh-huh often Things get more and more complicated. And for example I went to one of the maker spaces. foundry Vermont up in Linden. Ville you know just has incredible resources In terms of you know every welder machine you know. CNC machine that you could possibly want You Know Three D. Printing and I met with a couple of guys there and I said Okay I want to solve this by a launcher and While that's Doug's word by launcher you know how to how do we left pellets. And it's like okay. Well how do we store pellets. And you one of the Guy said Oh you know. I know a lot of all sap tanks that can't be used for sap anymore and I went looking for how do we store pellets pellets in our basement. And I knew I could get a you know. One Yogurt bag for thirty bucks would hold a yard material. You know a couple of thousand pounds pallets. So thirty bucks is good. But what's going to hold it. I couldn't find anything on the market that could hold it and then I went. I got some extra staging so I can put this back on my stage in which costs sixty bucks and I could find things for five hundred thousand in could find a three thousand dollar little something to hold pellets inside or outside. But I couldn't find the old tap tank I couldn't find the staging and the and the thirty bag the thirty dollar back from you line so out of that was like you know. We don't need people my age to solve these problems. What we need is some new thinking and a lot of common sense and some guidance and when I talked to Doug One of the beauties of adopt a maker is that there is a line of mentors mentors out there? You know already in place already in place with the bio launcher Barnes Energy and Pallor and people who've been trying to move pellets in Vermont for years or helping Yup and with each one of these projects for example the dirty plastics into fuel. There's incredible machinist and marshfield field mark. Bisson who I ran the spy him and he's GonNa be building a plastics to diesel machine. And wouldn't it be great if was You know dollar machine. We put it every Every every towns garage and everyone could bring your waste plastic. Darren we could run are diesel and Vermont on our waste plastic instead of being landfilled. It could be a resource or is that at any any up in that aplastic island out in the middle of the Pacific Ocean wherever exactly. There's there's so many great ideas you know one of my favorite ideas and for minded. I didn't invent it was the Cova. The guys from Royal Tin. Who Do you know? Don't know that they They went to rent a couple of kids from Vermont and they had to come up with an idea so he got some moldy wood chips from his dad. Sugar Arch and And now he makes concilium mushroom packaging disposable packaging. He thinks he can make cell phones out of it. He can he can. He thinks he can end plastic using my Caelian that you grow so it's a beautiful. The project that came out of Trying to pitch fork out a bunch of multiple chips art Vermont Way. I love that story to get that person on my on my radio year to get more details about how how that unfolded in and The so that that's actually that's fun on. That's cool and and and I think that's really what you're after here that kind of story you know in multiple applications multiple instances around the state and and You know and and it sounds like it could be. It could become a real building block of our economy as people start to You know try projects and you know. Now maybe one or two out of ten of these efforts succeeds and actually becomes workable and marketable and and And then all of a sudden you've got a new little Vermont company that is out there Trying to change the market. Change the world and There you go for off and running right and I'm just you know I. This is my one quick elevator pitch. We got a small grant a couple thousand dollars to work with students on weatherization and we have eighty thousand houses Vermont. They say need weatherization. We probably did thousand or two thousand of them last year. So that's forty years. That's a couple of generations before we address that problem. So the white sent a letter to the editor out last week Which is why I'm on your show now and I copied you and I'm just going to take probably two hundred and fifty words and read it?.

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"doug face" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Highland Sacramento it's two o'clock top National Security Council expert on Ukraine testified in Congress today if you watch fox news you might think the army colonel is the Ukrainian Spahn troubled by the new and the slander that I've seen out here in the information space in Germany a former **** concentration camp guard is on trial the grandson of a survivor has been watching you can't help but think gosh look at this sad old man but I immediately think about my grandmother also you may have heard about the American military dogs the chase down the leader of ISIS but what about another pooch the one that was recovered in the rubble we've got the scoop on Bob the puppy I'm Carol hills that story and more ahead on the world hello I'm Chris Vera with the BBC knees Britain's lower house of parliament has voted overwhelmingly to hold a snap general election on the twelfth of December to try to break the deadlock over brexit is being seen as a victory for prime minister Boris Johnson he's minority government has failed on three previous occasions to force an early election the measure still needs the approval of the opera house but is expected to become law by the end of the week is our political correspondent rob Watson this will be the first December election in Britain in nearly a hundred years the stakes could not be higher the results could well determine what happens next with brexit and potentially the very unity of the United Kingdom F. as the opinion polls suggests the conservatives when Boris Johnson will likely get to the new parliament to posses brexit Dale with Britain than leaving the E. you before the end of this year if they lose all cannot form a majority government the old switch shortly rise on that thing either a second referendum on a possible vote to remain or a very different kind of praxis or possibly more delay a senior White House official has told the impeachment inquiry into Donald Trump that he heard the president ask you crying to investigates the leading Democrat Joe Biden Mr trump insists he did nothing wrong during his conversation with his Ukrainian counterpart these crisp lieutenant colonel Alexander then men became the latest person to give evidence to the hearings easy cream specialist on the National Security Council he said he became so concerned about Mr trump's coals for Ukraine to investigators potential presidential rival Joe Biden the alerted the NSCC most senior lawyer the US army veteran stated that he did not think it was proper to make a demand for a foreign government to investigate an American citizen anti government protesters in Lebanon have been celebrating off of the prime minister's Santeria re submitted his resignation and the death of his cabinet Mister ray reset all parties had a responsibility to protect Levin and Willie June plants of the progressive Socialist Party said the decision was inevitable he was a blood sugar which because he tried to find out the compromise you can demand somebody told me Sir you talked a good thing Sir the president ducked when this swaying with the same figures you can possible to continue the people on the ground where asking for that ticket reforms politicians in the United States have accused Boeing of putting profit over safety in its design of the seven three seven Max plane which crashed twice in the space of five months nearly three hundred and fifty people were killed in the crash she's in Indonesia and Ethiopia the head of Boeing Dennis Miller and Doug faced a barrage of questions from members of the Senate committee about the plane's design one said the company had turned the Ashcroft into flying coffins estimate about apologized and admitted that the company had made mistakes you're listening to the latest world news from the BBC officials in Cameroon say nearly forty people have died in a landslide in the west of the country merry Hoffa ripples rescue is in the highland town of buffer some have been digging through the collapse death and searching in the ruins of houses it's feared many of those have been trapped and it's possible the final number of dead may be significantly higher a survivor described hearing a terrible noise before seeing the mountain collapsing great pieces of us falling on to homes the regional governor said people had ignored government warnings building that houses on on safe ground exceptionally heavy rain has that to landslides and flooding across the region including neighboring Central African Republic when nearly thirty thousand people have been displaced the wife of a former Mexican state governors have you do lot say has been taken into custody by British police following a request for extradition she'd been living in a wealthy neighborhood of central London with her children for several years the Mexican authorities say she faces charges of laundering millions of dollars of public money a lawyer says she has requested political asylum protesters disputing the results of the presidential election in Bolivia have blocked streets in six cities in the past opposition protesters set up barricades of rape and wooden boards right police aligning some streets separating supporters of president evo Morales from his opponents Elia Bolivia's vice presidents invited Collis Massa who narrowly lost last week's election take part in an old it's of the vice and the government in the Indian capital Delhi has introduced a free bus travel for women in what the authorities described as an historic step for safety and female employment the chief minister said that would be thirteen.

"doug face" Discussed on The BBQ Central Show

The BBQ Central Show

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"doug face" Discussed on The BBQ Central Show

"Yeah all right here. They are the embedded correspondents hang on just a second feels. Remove his at doug's doug's face so i don't i'll have to listen to that. In the morning all right there is david huff from oklahoma john solberg from michigan and the longest running embedded correspondent in barbecue central show history my my personal hero shining. What's up fellas good good afternoon doing having a big time. Did you see again weapon. Yes she made interview. What about matt matt matt frampton the pizza and a member of the hot hot grill and grill action barbecue team yeah okay with that. I felt ah while he was talking about that said am i the only one that doesn't know how yeast works but i've never i've never cooked. Did you leave. I think uh-huh honestly it's like if you lived almost sixty years what you have and you don't know how to read a book. Ah he apparently keeps his in a cupboard somewhere in a box it s to be guarded in so this thing doesn't start crawling out but doug shoddy from texas john solberg from michigan david huff from oklahoma and i'm steve ray from tennessee together. We are the embedded. Correspondents respondents folks guys. Let's get this party started. You know we <hes> we've had another change in management at ed k._c._b._s. in and i'm not going to turn into a a k._c._b._s. bashing but <hes> we're going to we're going to talk about their challenges and we're gonna talk about some solutions that that they might have and i dug. Let's start with you from texas doug because because you know you're <hes> you're heavily involved in the texas sanctioning body i._b._c._a. You're also a life member as i am of k._c._b._s. <hes> emily don't wiler is the person's name that is now the new <hes> i guess to chief operating officer executive officer officer and what is your take on the k._c._b._s. state of affairs right down. I'm actually a life member the three organizations k._c._b._s. being i._b._c._a. In lonestar barbecue society so uncertain committed to barbecue in terms of emily. I'm actually glad had they've hired a non on kinda competition type person. I think that is a better for the organization. Maybe we'll think a little broader than someone that <hes> is. You know comes from a competition or judging background. I think she's a good higher. She's got a hell challenge. I think in front of her <hes> you know if we go oh through some of the problems financial being one of them the purchase of that that building seemed to be a huge mistake. I went and looked at the. I was just curious when i pulled up there form nine ninety. Which is you know the the nonprofits if they make over fifty thousand have to file these abbreviated tax returns and that you can pull up so so the the one for twenty eighteen wasn't available but the one for twenty sixteen which i think the year they bought the building. They lost ten thousand on revenue of about one point six million in two thousand seventeen. They lost a hundred and thirty three thousand on revenue of about one point seven million a lot of that loss was attributed to the rent factor occupancy factor almost doubled for them a about three hundred twenty two thousand so i will be interested to see how twenty eighteen it fares out for him so i i think i've heard they had lots of members..

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"doug face" Discussed on 90.3 KAZU

"He replaced. Anthony Kennedy in yesterday's vote. We saw chief Justice John Roberts side with the more liberal justices in putting a temporary hold on the Louisiana law. Does that mean that chief Justice Roberts is the new Anthony Kennedy, or is it impossible to read the tea leaves in that way from this one action? I think it's it's a little bit early to declare John Roberts the new Anthony Kennedy, but even before yesterday's decision. Everybody widely expected him to be the new swing vote on abortion. One of the interesting things. I think is that chief Justice Roberts may have different concerns. Motivating him to sort of sit in the middle on abortion in part their concerns about the supreme court's legitimacy and reputation. There's no reason to think that chief Justice Roberts is particularly sympathetic to abortion up. And rights so. claims on the merits that said he may We have a concern about we the we way, we the court I am approaches I'm here abortion voluntarily. rights cases, especially We have agreed if to it five looks minute as rounds. if the court has made a sharp swing to the right when So it has that a had majority of for nominees witness to tell who the chairman are both that Republican. his time is upright. But also who No seem. democrats. Committed Look back or at at the least witness predicted in shock, to overturn Jerry, Roe versus Nadler Wade. seemed to find That's the whole professor thing funny Mary Ziglar once he had of a Florida moment State to process University what was college happening. of law. Thank The you judiciary for joining us. committee Thanks has for a having lot me of power this week over has the Justice people across department. the So country this looking could be back a real at their who's yearbooks. sorry now moment That's because for forward. junior has So been that was rocked the reaction by from political Democrats, scandal whatever. involving Republican lawmakers an old have yearbook to say today. photo Well, and black Doug face Collins, both the top the state's Republican governor on the committee and attorney says the general Democrats have admitted were engaged to wearing in character. black face Assassination decades ago. of Matt Florida's Whitaker. secretary At the start of state of the day recently Collins advise resigned people for to get posing out there popcorn as an African American and get Katrina ready for the political victim theater. and There this was week the something fashion house wrong. Gucci No. pulled But a sweater on a more that serious looked note, black face. several NPR's Republicans Debbie Elliott pointed has out this how look much at the the history Justice department and prominence does that involves of black people's face in lives American culture immigration healthcare, at the Virginia opioid capital overdoses, this week civil Fredericksburg rights and those businessman. topics got Kevin short Williams shrift struggled today with so to much understand focus why on anyone the Russia investigation. would black in Of course, their face. some Republicans Who is also that funny used their too? time It's to ask just about it's Hillary. not funny. There's Clinton nothing Donald funny Trump's about opponent black in face two thousand sixteen Williams is and African about the president's American claims and of is wrongdoing lost fate by the than FBI the elected in two thousand officials sixteen. caught So up as we in the said scandal by this time next is. week, Unnerving there may be somebody to me new that in there charge are of people the Justice department. still Looking today ahead. What that do think you see? that that's okay? Yeah. And Bill it's just bar it's just is not likely at to be the confirmed American. by the Senate Civil next war week. museum He has a lot in of Richmond experience Justice CEO served Christie. as a AG Coleman in the says nineteen there's ninety a s lack it's of understanding not clear what about Matt black Whitaker face. is going to They do are next. literally Maybe watching a job at the department black of homeland people security. in their moments I'm hearing of there levity are a and lot privacy. of openings in the Trump It's being administration invaded. right now. So he may And have then hits pick. co-opted and That's distorted NPR national Justice. there's Correspondent violence Carrie Johnson. to Thank that you carry. My black pleasure. face has been around Okay. since It is the Friday eighteen Hallelujah. thirties, And I that means showing it is up time in for minstrel our regular shows week where in white politics actors discussion would perform today, as we're going to black look back at characters. the week. That was an It's also really the look first ahead truly to next American week and to theater. do this. I am joined by Historian, the New Yorker, Greg Susan Campbell Glasser at the library and by Margaret of Virginia Hoover, says host it of was an early firing line form on of PBS. popular Welcome entertainment you to take so and much. largely Thank you. in northern So and the big midwestern ticket event cities, this week. Of course was I the grew state up of in the a union small town on in New Tuesday. Hampshire Monday And cleaned I'll start out. with My you great Susan aunt's because house. you wrote. There was a miserable program. Our town had no black people in it. So this was not like a southern thing. It was an. American thing. An American thing that used exaggerated stereotypes of black. People says Dewan, Delaine Reese, she's curator of music and performing arts at the national museum of African American history and culture in Washington DC, they're lazy. They're unintelligent. They're prone to thievery crooks by the turn of the century, the racist caricatures were popularized in vaudeville, and eventually radio TV and film. Here's a record from nineteen twenty eight you rob John Smith's henhouse. All no, rob Noah, and I know I was home that night. What night the night I robbed a ham. Al that's a recording from New York of a comedy act called the two black crows the white actors where black face floppy, hats and have big white lips recess. A roster of these kinds of recurring characters developed the mammy figure. There's also the figure Jim.

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