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Punxsutawney Phil Sees His Shadow, Predicts Six More Weeks Of Winter

AP 24 Hour News

00:34 sec | 8 months ago

Punxsutawney Phil Sees His Shadow, Predicts Six More Weeks Of Winter

"The famous ground Hog and Gobbler's Knob, Pennsylvania said. Winter is hanging on. But not all of the forecasting. Rodents agree. Hoxha Tony Phil came out of his Barrow in Pennsylvania and saw his shadow. According to the ground hot clubs Tom Dunkel. There's a perfect shadow cast of MI six more weeks of winter, there will be because of covert. This year's event took place without an audience. Ohio's Buckeye Chuck So predicts an early spring while Connecticut used a hedgehog named Phoebe, who agree He's with Park's attorney Phil's forecast

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"dunkel" Discussed on Homes and Hops

Homes and Hops

05:16 min | 9 months ago

"dunkel" Discussed on Homes and Hops

"It was delicious. That's fine but i didn't like is that i didn't know what i was doing. Started the best Do just like whip it together. It's like what are you have in the house lets you. You look at something else. And you have the ability to redirect from your original plan. That is what being a sign of us. So i would say what temperature do you like your meal. I'm like if the heart is still beating aspirin. I have one of the target. I taught vocational school for a number of years and my one sister co instructor down there said i just cook it enough so an aspirin and abandoned. That's part of the reason why. I think i can survive. Kovic is probably because of the amount of because i never really cooked anything and this is going to be super gross but why not put it out there. But i remember and don't do this at. Because i am very lucky that i didn't get salmonella but anytime like my grandma's house and she would have like ground beef out on the counter. Like ready to cook. I would take a bite of the ground beef and just you know. I'm not way a little judgy of people that order order while any way one sauce. It sucked what you just said. I can tell you. I can do medium rare but most of the time i'm cooking for a group of people or something and it's a lot of people don't like the sight of blood so i just stick with the. I'm cracking open. The bird fish now judgment. Oh actually during my dating days. That was like a question. I'd always work in there because at least any was going to work out but i do feel it tastes so much better so it's not. What is this bird fish. Read the can i so many different ones super go acting expeditious super galactic expedition bullish expedition expeditious and our noble creature that we just had was munich. Dunkel the conduit out or something delicious. Yeah good yeah no creature spend. I mean. i think they've been telling lately like everything's been survey. Ira is good. Oh yeah so. I don't like as but anything. Jared makes i for some really good at the night. It's delicious the after taste is phenomenal..

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"dunkel" Discussed on Lights Camera Barstool

Lights Camera Barstool

03:38 min | 1 year ago

"dunkel" Discussed on Lights Camera Barstool

"Virgin Dunkel men get washed washed crate at other people self defense mechanism. It's just throwing three creek. Keep on your bike. uh-huh when did you get it. No I got that mother fucking thing secret as is a Mecca Lebanon it. Here's the shoes got her from Aldo. You're all I grocery store for. Sure they were just back at Dunkel. Men's house taking those pictures pictures. Don't they always a white Tux. Guy Of course huge what tax guy they really just that friend took the back seat for the rest of the movie. Who is that guy? Who is that like fifty year? Old Man thrown construes and he's keeping an eye on the white guys the announcement of your old. Oh that's what that wasn't that room with props Venus clouds and night and stars or something. Oh Yeah you're Hockberg Kramer very normal thing that homecomings do hello and principal Preston bring back an old student to do a speech. I thought the tall girl was her look older sister. She's younger than why she like along along. She is she's just there. She said Ruby bridges along. Okay maybe she did sure. Sure Kimmy stitcher and Stieg Molin. She is an alum okay. I think she said big little sister. She's golden her first year of a community. College said earlier whiffed on that one. I am stieg yeah it is Mystique as the white guy must tell you I left the Bacardi. One fifty one next on the ice sculpture the winner of the guy we don't care. BMW The winner of the Catherine Video Game Tournament was Dunkel men. DOC surprise twist downs. Oh I'm in love with Duncan mortar to us that would be The VR sex championships gelman partner therefrom. Okay now offline your winnings. Ar I talked to you magic wand this figure. Here's this to me because I don't understand. What do you see in her? She's now she's taller girl now. She's in the she's in the Django outfit.

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"dunkel" Discussed on Beer, Beats, and Business

Beer, Beats, and Business

01:51 min | 1 year ago

"dunkel" Discussed on Beer, Beats, and Business

"Is really good and I. It's interesting because it is more my kind of beard serve American. It's hoppy it's it as they do a great job and I like hanging out there and they've skibo machine. It's pretty fun there Yom dovetail though I I think is excellent because I didn't really like but I wouldn't say I didn't like Germany beers it just wasn't what I would get at binny's or something like that right so I learned how much I really liked them in. The people are awesome. It looks like everyone loves their jobs. Looks like Sam Adams commercial every every time I go in there just just there in. I think they're really really good. So everything from dovetail is worth trying so so. It's interesting that you said that because I was in dovetail ones This is a maybe a couple of years ago and I'm also not a huge German beer fan definitely more like the Irish in the British Isles And we went in. We check that I was like. Oh it's a bunch of German beers we all try a couple of them and I remember going. Oh Oh this is good I I would have this again like I think they had like a Dunkel. That was great They did have a smoked beer. Which on paper sounded great at? It was like a I I totally forgot the name of it. And they were they said in the description it tastes like smoke bacon and I'm like that's sounds fantastic. tastic it sounded fantastic. I don't know if it necessarily words it execution. I'm like maybe I don't want a smoked Bacon and beer here at the same time. Go ahead from there. That was really interesting.

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The Feast of the Seven Fishes: Italian-American Christmas Cuisine

The Feast

09:45 min | 1 year ago

The Feast of the Seven Fishes: Italian-American Christmas Cuisine

"We may not understand stand while we make many of our holiday food traditions. What counts of course is that the food brings together family and friends to celebrate which which may be the exact reason that every Christmas in a small town in West Virginia and indeed in many Italian American family homes around the country tree families prepare for an epoch culinary marathon just before Christmas making seven different seafood dishes has to eat on Christmas Eve? Tradition appropriately enough called the feast of the seven fishes. Now what exactly exactly is this tradition. You might ask well. Let's let the experts explain what was talking about seven the seven fishes the fishes and something we Christmas Eve. I mean all the Italians around here. What seven kinds of fish we were supposed to we? Honestly it makes so many different kinds of dishes. I'm not sure when some sort of violation and not some families only do three or five. Some do more. I think the only thing is just has to be an odd number. Somebody told me that maybe it has something something to do with representing the seven sacraments. But it's not like a big religious thing for us though you know I mean we cook fish and we party and yes that's pretty much mindset the whole families. Their friends last Christmas Eve at my house is the most of the year. I mean. We don't do anything on houses allowed US which is scary. Actually yeah now that I think about it. The thing is the piece. That's one of those about the journey. Things you know like getting their being the fundamental everyone spent so how much time on the preparation dinner itself. It's almost the letdown. It takes that long. I think a lot. It's a real pain in the ASS. Clark allows is a confidence. That's been heavily salted to preserve it so it comes to visit board and you have to soak in water for three days. Always changing the water grandfather. I great uncles thing. They're obsessed with it so most isn't that we make in tomato sauce and the rest we're willing to deep fry pointing tonight's plain white fish we finding the cast iron skillet with garlic and olive oil and salt and pepper is really small. Fish called smelt. Melt I love him when we were cancelled beginning contest. We didn't always have shrimp. It was too expensive by Dunkel. Frankie started bringing it in one year and he fixes a deep fried oysters. Iraq's up a couple we're throwing the soup there's he'll brad and deep fry novel and then marinade and some kind of type thing my grandfather makes it lasts but surly least Calamar. Kalomo is Italian for squid and that takes a whole bunch of different ways. Stop Them Big Fried. I like boiling marinated in vinegar and garlic and served cold. That's our seven the what you just heard as a clip from the new movie called appropriately enough the Feast of the seven fishes written and directed by Robert Tannehill. The story focuses on that small West Virginia town that I was telling you about earlier and how one Italian American family celebrates the holidays with a massive seafood meal set in the nineteen eighties. It's essentially a food movie with a little romantic comedy thrown in on the side and although the movie itself is fictional the town the characters and of course the feast itself all come directly from. I'm Robert nells experienced growing up in West Virginia and of course his own family celebrations of the Feast of the seven fishes on Christmas Eve. And before you think that his family was the only one celebrating the feast the annual holiday. Tradition has become such a big deal in his hometown of Fairmont West. Virginia that town own has actually begun to hold an annual festival in honor of it featuring music holiday lights and of course more seafood dishes than you can shake a stick stick at Robert has been advocate of the feast of the seven fishes for years. I publishing a graphic novel about the tradition in the early two thousands followed by a cookbook cookbook featuring traditional dishes from the feast and now with the international release of his fill in two thousand nineteen. It's easy to say that Robert Canal Knell is the biggest champion of the Feast of the seven fishes around late November. We had the opportunity to sit down with Robert and chat with him about his new the film his experiences growing up in West Virginia and of course all the things that go into this fabulous culinary tradition Charleston on the writer director of the seven fishes. Well you know the the interesting thing about it is in. Nobody's quite sure you know how it got started. Or when I mean you'll hear people argue about when was it. I called the the seven fishes or they don't hear you know people say they don't do this. Nearly which and my response is those. Two million tying immigration on painlessly came to America without any form of mass communication between them and decided all start doing fish. I don't think so. It was called love as you vigil for the Christ child in some form was celebrated in southern Italy. I didn't even know why we get it. I you know. I wish they when you're a kid you're busy. You know being a kid. I didn't think to ask anybody. It was delicious and we had it on Christmas Eve and I think my mom in the late eighties. I finally said you know. Why do we do this seven fish and it was the first time I'd ever heard the phrase we didn't say it? You know we were just too busy busy doing it. My grandmother who I hosted for us I mean it was like I I used to think she was like supernatural. She could multiply through her yard with legendary very in in in the neighborhood because she could just it was like you know it was like a story because you know what's amazing you want it out of the store. She made her own Pasta. She made her own wine no she you make their own bread. She grew tomatoes basil. She grew everything and their food. Just I just never tasted like that anywhere and Christmas Eve especially you know she would. She would make this giant meal on Wood Burning Stove in her inner base. But which was you know. I'm being kind of I'm calling it a basement uh-huh and we would all crowd in down there and just have the mazing Lee exotic food meal you know. There's a bit of a description in the film about it's it's called the feast of the seven fishes by. It's not necessarily always seven now was at seven in in your family tradition or was it nine or was it thirteen. There seems to be an odd number element going in there you know. I don't remember ever being hung up on it if I look back as a kid be There would be. I would say there were seven as I'm remembering but over the years as she got older you know she kinda dropped feels she. She kinda stopped fooling with time. She's ninety she's like I'm not going to deal with his buckle up but in my house now I don't know what it is like seventeen fishes. We go crazy. I mean he's become way more. I think even I think probably always it was. It's more of a cultural family thing. You know it was trying to check some sort of back. Was it always the same recipes for for each of the each of the dishes. Shall we say like were was the the call Mari Recipe. Always the same or were there little variations are that was the one call Amari recipe. And that's that's what you you he had to make. If you'RE GONNA make call Mary in in our family that there were two There was the stuffed with red sauce and without without with just kind of like drenched in olive oil. She was just wonderful too. But you know the thing is if you you go downtown you have from house to house. Everybody's got their stand. Spend on stuff like I dropped the way. We used to do a lot in favor of my my friends that I grew up with. They were when I was collecting recipes and we did the book. they deep fry balls. And after I had those ones and I was like man. This is what we're having magic coming back to the same thing you know. It's it's that act of creating this meal together and sharing together and actually you know generating an authentic memory inexperienced instead of being on some treadmill running around trying signed by stuff and you know trying to somehow our direct the perfect Christmas instead of actually living it that was important to me is is in engaging in the process. Does that make sense. Oh absolutely and I mean I think you show that very well in the film and that's where I was going to ask about as well of it's clearly you know whether it seven or seventeen dishes this has to be in some way a kind of a family affair of of making the dishes that this is something that one person cannot achieve on on their own So it almost the the cooking process ends up being more of the the kind of family gathering together almost more than the eating of it. I'm not sure if that's going too far. I'd love to know if if you see the same thing I usually do. I mean all of this is just. It's so delicious. And we my wife and she's always bringing in new ideas she wants to try different things but you know last shit last year. I think we had. I think it was only down to twenty six dinner. You press a lot of people can just you know when you're doing that and my father-in-law where He's you know he's outside we try. We started putting some of the cooking outside so we definitely press people in the service So you can get it all done. Even though we start we start in the morning inevitably might try to capture that show that last forty five minutes to an hour is just insanity elite trying to have everything come on close to the same time.

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"dunkel" Discussed on News Radio 1190 KEX

News Radio 1190 KEX

01:37 min | 2 years ago

"dunkel" Discussed on News Radio 1190 KEX

"That we offer we need to sit down with you at least three times the first time we meet with you, which is only about an hour. Our goal is to understand who you are. And what you're currently doing to prepare for retirement. We also want to take the time to get to know, you your timeline for retirement, your desired, retirement, income, your risk tolerance. All these things that really help us build a clear picture. For what you're trying to accomplish. We'll also ask you to bring in some financial documents. So that we can take a financial snapshot to see where you're at today after that meeting, we roll up our sleeves and get to work will analyze your current portfolio. Have our CPA review your tax returns looking for opportunities to legally, reduce your obligation Dunkel Sam and also to find mistakes spell out all your options when it comes to your social security benefits, as we said earlier there are hundreds of options, and they can be very complicated. So we'll simplify that for you. Then we'll take a look at any other financial aspects that came up during that first meeting, then we'll set up a follow up meeting and lay out our findings. We'll talk about strengths and weaknesses in your current portfolio. What's working, and what could be working much better for you? We'll also put your portfolio through something called the stress test where we illustrate how your investments what likely perform under, sir. Certain hypothetical market conditions. There are so many things to consider yet. Another reason to consult a retirement income planner and make sure that you have the right retirement plan in place, call before the end of.

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"dunkel" Discussed on News Radio 1190 KEX

News Radio 1190 KEX

01:37 min | 2 years ago

"dunkel" Discussed on News Radio 1190 KEX

"We offer we need to sit down with you. At least three times the first time we meet with you, which is only about an hour. Our goal is to understand who you are. And what you're currently doing to prepare for retirement. We also want to take the time to get to know, you your timeline for retirement, your desired, retirement, income, your risk tolerance. All these things that really help us build a clear picture for what you're trying to accomplish. We'll also ask you to bring in some financial documents. So that we can take financial snapshot to see where you're at today after that meeting, we roll up our sleeves and get to work will analyze your current portfolio. Have our CPA review your tax returns looking for opportunities to legally, reduce your obligation Dunkel Sam and also to find mistakes spell out all your options when it comes to your social security benefits, as we said earlier there are hundreds of options, and they can be very complicated. So we'll simplify that for you. Then we'll take a look at any other financial aspects that came up during that first meeting, then we'll set up a follow up meeting and lay out our findings. We'll talk about strengths and weaknesses in your current portfolio. What's working, and what could be working much better for you? We'll also put your portfolio through something called the stress test where we illustrate how your investments when likely perform under certain hypothetical market conditions. There are so many things to consider yet. Another reason to consult a retirement income planner and make sure that you have the right retirement plan in place, call before the end of.

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"dunkel" Discussed on The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz

The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz

02:09 min | 2 years ago

"dunkel" Discussed on The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz

"Is Brian Dunkel men leaving American idol the dumbest move in the history of show business. Eighty one percent of the audience that yes, what in the same hill? Do you want football to have more celebrations that are sexual nature? Sixty seven percent of the audience said, yes. If Los Angeles wins the Super Bowl will anyone show up for the parade. Eighty six percent of the audience said, no. How why? Seventy six percent of the audience said, yes, I agree with that. I gotta scrawl today is going to be a second here to turn the ball over funnier. Not funny. I gotta tell you. It was not received well on this radio show by the people who work on this radio show. But then I made seventy four percent of the audience thought, it was fun. It's not my line. I was stealing it from somebody on the internet links joke. Do you know what microfiche is guys has never happened before? What? It's never happened before. Why are you happy as a clam? I was going to pitch. My dad. Out on the. Take your father with having some Irqah drawing. Tamargo Troy, great one. You can't do better than that. Anyway, never had them before fifty percent of the audience. They've heard of it. If percent of the audience has not heard of it. I don't believe you. You're lying type. Let's just move on. Okay. Gaunt's? Saving doesn't need to do groceries because the Uman save in no longer exists. He had a heart attack dot in the sideline sometime ago. Bama just took his skin and stretch across day pre-programme robot that is always angry when it smiles it's malfunctioning as I live and breathe. Ninety two percent of the audience said, yes. Is to the king of all critics..

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"dunkel" Discussed on The Bone 102.5

The Bone 102.5

03:15 min | 2 years ago

"dunkel" Discussed on The Bone 102.5

"Host. Seventy seven five seven nine one zero two five not necessarily what that guy was saying. But why why do we look at fast food people as they are just where they are. Because that's where they should be in life, and they don't deserve money or they don't deserve proper training. It seems the majority of people feel the way I worked in fast food you worked in fast food fast food jobs, gave me the the building blocks that I needed to build a work. Not everybody's a lifer. That's in fast food. No. And absolutely in in that what you just said, I think kind of proves the point to a little bit. I think that specific path for the most part is a stepping stone. You get that job. You learn work ethic. You learn about clocking in and things like that. I just don't think it should be set up or it's ever going to be set up to be a career. No, it's not you should. And if it is, and you should want hopefully, some sort of advancement within that to become a manager at cetera, then you can make a living wage, but fifteen bucks an hour. Our in my opinion. That's too much to pay someone to do a very simple rudimentary job. We talked last week about people's shaming. Uber drivers or at least I t's it and never talked about it about the fact that some people who review as famous get shame because they take on a second job driving forever. Dunkel men who did what the first season of American idol was driving for Uber now. Yeah. And like the dude wants to make money. What why would you? Shame someone for wanting to make a little bit of money because he was on American idol a long time ago in and you don't think he's living with that and the punishment that he gives himself as even worse than he walked away from American idol was he fired or he walked away. Yeah. When I went to work for the magic there were people who who I'd call and it'd be like oh didn't used to be on the radio. I'm like. Yep. Wow. That's gotta suck. To feed my son. Just that's all I'm trying to do here. You wanna you wanna take delight in the fact that I'm trying to scratch out paycheck trying to feed my son. Great crap. All over me. I waited tables to and there were people who recognize you for their hated each other. Yeah. Two days ago. I was doing a morning show. And guess what? Now, what kind of red wine would you like to go with your fish or steak? What's on sale? Exactly. And if you don't think that I don't think that the big companies are ever going to cave and say, oh, we're going to give you everything you ever want. What's going to happen is what you're already see happening? You're gonna see computers taking your order rather than actual people. Once they figure out exactly how to do it. It's going to be a lot less trouble. If people want to, you know, pick it or protest or whatever the hell, they're doing Courtney. What's up? Grab a live. How are you? Good morning. Okay. Or not okay. For these fast food employees two walkout tomorrow. I think it's not okay. Walk. Oh, you're right. There are no unions. There's no one to stand up for these minimum wage kids or young adult, and I think comedy corporations there are ways that they can train prevention strategies. Yes. Galatian strategies. At young lady, you know, when that mansard getting irate with her her taking a step back from that counter. Trump Mitch maybe she wouldn't have thought of. Protected and.

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"dunkel" Discussed on The Ralph Report

The Ralph Report

03:31 min | 2 years ago

"dunkel" Discussed on The Ralph Report

"She's enormously talented and specially in music these days sound like the old man on his front lawn shaking his fist, but your kids today. I don't know real talent. But Adele, she's got the pipes and she can sell a song downs powerful. And she's one of my favorite artists. I'm not necessarily even fan of that kind of music, big ballads and stuff. But you'd have to be a fool not to recognize what a talent you another reason I like her she doesn't seem to be driven that much by the desperate need for love or the desperate need for money. Not that she is lacking for either or tension, right? She's not an attention, which blew me away. Because it looks like she hasn't come out and said it, but all indicators are that she is going to quit touring forever. Because she doesn't like it. How great is that? That's nice. The thing is like she her last tour, I believe she grossed one hundred eighty million dollars. Now, you don't get to keep all that's nothing to pay a lot of people. Maybe maybe only half of that. Oh, maybe she's down to like ninety million the end of that tour, you might have one or two shows a year going to survive. So obviously, she doesn't need the money. But a lot of people, by the way have made a lot of money on tours and the they're still out there grinding look at goddamn, Mick Jagger, for God's sakes. How desperate ver- tension? Is that old great white? So she said she hates it and she likes being home and she's got a kid and maybe more than one. I don't know she likes being at her house. And she said that she just doesn't want to do it and apply to residency in Vegas in a couple years and make trillion the way to go. If you have come to you. Anyway, she has dissolved her touring companies a company called remedy touring L L P that has been dissolved which is the indicator a lot of people are pointing to saying well looks like she won't be back on the road again. Yeah. Which is a bitch for Adele fans because I'm sure you'd love to see more live. Yeah. But she said she's still interested in recording records and things like that. So maybe he'll do that look Streisand. Did it for decades says she stopped touring and later in life. She went back out start doing selected shows a couple. Yeah. Couple of shows here in the air. It's not a tour. I I would imagine the grind of being on the road. And I've I've done it slightly. I did a they called a bus and truck tour of show called the real live Brady bunch back in the day. We traveled all over the country on literally on a tour bus, and we did the show every night in a different city and stuff like that. I was I was much younger. At least you're with people like as a comic I've been on the road for stretches of like three or four weeks at a time just by yourself at a car driving from city to city, I suppose it's different when you're at. Something you have a lot of travel with Davy Jones, the monkeys. That's cool. It was very fun. I'm travel with. No. And I guess a Dell travels really with no one other than handlers herself. She's on stage by herself. So I guess it's different energy. But it's also I think where you are in life, and I had a blast. 'cause I had nothing. I was renting a place. I was on the on a tour bus acting with a bunch of funny. People get loaded every night. That's amazing. That's fun. But I I guess if you've got a kid got a family, and you wanna stay at home and do that. When I got off there. One etiquette. I was like I don't want to this anymore. Yeah. And speaking of having a kid, Brian Dunkel woman is firing back to TMZ. Remember, the original Merican idol host. He was half of the host of the first season of American idol was Ryan Seacrest, and Brian Dunkel crest and Dunkel men quit at the end of the first season did equate I thought he was let go now the the perception was that he was fired but he walked away because he wanted to serious acting career..

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Best holiday gifts for under $100

San Francisco Chronicle Business & Technology News - Spoken Edition

03:21 min | 3 years ago

Best holiday gifts for under $100

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"dunkel" Discussed on Upgrade

Upgrade

03:06 min | 3 years ago

"dunkel" Discussed on Upgrade

"There's a lot going for them. They can drive four K monitor one of them can drive you can either one, but you can drive a four K external display with them. But, but you know, it's still not. So if you if you've got any complex port needs, if you've got a bunch of extra things like I often would have an external hard drive and Ethernet and a monitor like attached to my empower, of course, attached to my laptop when I was at work and in the end they were going through the thunderbolt display. So it was doing all of that. And all I needed to do as plug it in which was good. I imagine that went apple releases its own monitor. And I would actually imagine that existing USB see monitors probably supply power. I'm going to say I've never used one. But I think they I think they do. Yeah. That reduces the amount of pain because you're just plugging in one thing, whereas with the quick area to plug into because your USB couldn't double as or youth the plug in funder bulletin you plug in your power, so they're ways, but I'm just saying, it is more complicated. And for those of you who are inveterate MAC. Book air users are very excited you can buy a MAC book air now. I just want to say welcome to Dunkel town. You'll probably need one goal to convert something somewhere orientation again town whole. That's right. They're welcoming new visitors all the time they're really excited to the Medicare. People are coming in. Now, that's a whole new subdivision. They can build the town. But you know, but then again, if you're and I think apple really believes if you're in the vast majority of people who don't plug stuff in than it doesn't matter. So. Yeah. The keyboard. You mentioned that you you found it. Okay. So it seems like you all warming too because you will one of the most outspoken people. I mean, when when they initially changed to this new flying, you were very very vocal about it and said, I don't like we roll back tape. But the the would hate was thrown out. Well, everybody gets to have their own opinion about it. But I don't I don't think this is the right decision to for them to eliminate so much travel. I don't I don't understand. I'm kinda mocked them last week about. When they may this talked again about the keys to -bility how oh heaven forbid that if your finger touches the edge of key it slightly bins down, you know, while you're pushing it down like who cares? If it's a problem. People didn't really have. We're ant, man. And I struck down to very small size and was trying to stand on a key keyboard and not wanted to be wiggly. I would be very grateful for the keyboard. But as I am not no, I don't care about Kista -bility. I just don't key travelers way more important than Kista ability. So no, I don't love the decision. They made to go to this keyboard. And I guess what I would say is I can see that they meant progress from the first generation the second generation it it. It sounds better. Feels better. I'm never going to like it..

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Brewers, Ryan Whippy and Longmont discussed on Colorado's Morning News with April Zesbaugh and Marty Lenz

Colorado's Morning News with April Zesbaugh and Marty Lenz

03:11 min | 3 years ago

Brewers, Ryan Whippy and Longmont discussed on Colorado's Morning News with April Zesbaugh and Marty Lenz

"To say seventy three degrees. Maybe inside the convention center in here. The site last night of GAB f night number one number two tonight. It runs through tomorrow night. Great American beer festival. Features four thousand beers, eight hundred sixty two thousand people over three days and a lot of those brewers come from our own state, like Longmont based witty brewing. They're pouring beer here at the festival president and brew master Ryan whippy is with us live. Good morning morning. Thanks for having me on you bet. How was last night super fun? Thursday nights. Always hectic getting are booths set up which I can see from right here, and we decorated with bunch of flamingos and lights going and our big disco ball. So once you got the lights on it was super fun and everybody enjoyed it. You know before we got in the area. I April asked how you're doing. He said it's a marathon not a sprint because you have to kind of pace yourself for for these next couple of days. Exactly. There's so many great beers here. And so many great breweries. It's a great time. Just meeting up with old friends and trying something new you guys won a medal for one of your beers last year. Hopefully, we're going to taste it here in the next. I know we're going to taste a few beers coming up in the next test. Why she's looking through you sounded good with chocolate and cocoa nibs. But how what does it mean for a brief period? And what did it mean for you? So we wanna silver for moon Dunkel last year. And it was the most amazing thing I've ever I lost my voice for like three days screaming so loud, and it just really kind of validated. The beer that we've been making for a long time. Then you get engaged to. And then we got engaged on stage, and I propose to my fiancee, Robin. And that's why you lost your voice. Yeah. Exactly. And then the gbi f- became our big engagement party. You know, ten thousand people you obviously want to have success. But I'm sure you don't go into it saying, well, I want to win a medal. It's about probably finding in making something that you're proud of that people like in taste good. And then the byproduct is the metal right? That's just something that tops the the cake. I guess exactly. There's so many great beers out there. It's really hard to win a medal these days. And so the fact that we won something was really great. But we just love making beer and something that tastes good that we enjoy. Yeah. It's so you must be so proud and heart and to see all the Colorado brewers that are, of course, there at an event like this because it's in their own backyard. But we don't you think we stand out as a state for beer when you compare it to other states, I think so we have just great beer here. Great water. The Rocky Mountain water is perfect for making great beer. And then we're the, you know, the state of craft beer where everything really started in boulder with the brewers association and Charlie pays, Ian. And it kind of blew blossomed into this huge fest in create culture that we have know you guys compete against each other because you want to sell your brand. But. The collaboration. I see is quite impressive to y'all kind of. There's a brotherhood sisterhood of y'all working together. And in you, all love each other and each other's product and work effort work efforts. And that's the best part. We get the share our work with each other. We're Bruin beers together. Sharing ideas, different flavors and types of beer. We wanna make then, you know, beer supposed to be fun. So we get to sit down and have a beer with our fellow brewers. We are going to have a beer with you. And it'll be fun in about five minutes. Okay. Dawson, stay right there. Ryan from Whitby brewing out

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Apple doesn’t think you deserve a $9 headphone dongle with your $1000 iPhone

It's Been a Minute with Sam Sanders

01:09 min | 3 years ago

Apple doesn’t think you deserve a $9 headphone dongle with your $1000 iPhone

"This quote is all about the new iphone rollout which began to happen this week. There was an apple event in which they introduced the next generation of iphone and you know how with the last of iphone they took out the headphone Jack, right, right. They wanted to push folks bluetooth headphones. So if you wanted to use school headphones, you had to get a little dog'll to make the headphones work. Now, apple has said with these new iphones, some of which cost up to more than fourteen hundred dollars, they're not going to include Odongo for you. They're gonna make you pay extra for the Dunkel nine dollars extra for the dangle. After you have paid fourteen hundred dollars for a phone, that's nine dollars too far. I'm I'm already upset at apple because like I still have my older generations, small iphone. I just I just want apple to make phones that are made for the smaller handed among us and the smaller pocketed. Yes. Most women when they do have pockets, they're smaller. You might as well just buy a MAC book. Just walk around with them. We have an ipad in front of me why I don't understand what did you guys get this new iphone situation? Because you know what? I'm still very anti. No traditional headphone out. Exactly. Like I like that I'm team

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"dunkel" Discussed on Legion of Skanks Podcast

Legion of Skanks Podcast

02:50 min | 3 years ago

"dunkel" Discussed on Legion of Skanks Podcast

"They have the show six Peggie deal how little hash world by the way like people have they not making French toast six regularly, just Dunkel Louis, they do. You don't keep saying they do available very easily anywhere almost any grocery store. You go. I, yeah, no, it's not that hard to just just I didn't French toast sticks. I've never seen it though. Technology, I promise. Have you seen this at places? I on your on making me feel dumb right now fucking wrong. You can't shut down face Becky. The French toast sticks or thing. Stupid twit. You're not innovate. Every idea. Why is nobody. Either alone. Very much exists. I know the exist would I'm saying is I'm surprised they're so good in such a convenient way to eat French toast that I'm surprised that's not hasn't become more of the standard where you see that everywhere diners and stuff. Yeah, Dino. You want to sit in like cut. Toast squares, but you don't want your French fries. You're at a diner. You want your franchise it coming bag. Do you know what I mean? Like a bag of French? You know what I mean? Like you want them on the complete or something. Yeah, kind of well, we got deep on this one sixty. So anyway, Lewis shake shack burger. Go shake shack burger. Already see why didn't want to be the prison guard. It's already going to be this whole. Because it's the last year ever in your entire life. The last thing you're ever gonna put into your mouth. Prison goes like, look, we're killing three people tomorrow. I gotta get all of the orders. Can you just hurry. She's named flow. An old fifties waitress. Yeah, I would get a vanilla molten milkshake. I would get. I would get some doubts from Donut. Pob shit. It's just burger crazy desserts. You know, they do a burger on a fucking Dona and try it so badly. It sounds awful. Meal, whatever else. My last meal I'm getting Enervate of, I will take a game, not bad. What if you don't like it, you gotta go. The guard. I've been throwing burger dude. He's fine. I got another bug a bitch. Go on the attack. He's a guard. I'm anti. You ever see that documentary, which was guard. I'm present was a great way experiments. Oh, I thought you were just like head, no documentary on minds. You ever see that documentary, you know, prisons fucking. Yeah, I haven't seen that documentaries like good. I say it's on Netflix, right? I so part of it that I watched the movie net flicks which was decent. It was cool. I mean, it's it's interesting about this camp. It was like in the sixties..

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"dunkel" Discussed on Hollywood Babble-On

Hollywood Babble-On

01:53 min | 3 years ago

"dunkel" Discussed on Hollywood Babble-On

"That's my favorite part of the job now, just and also like when you do the flick with the kid crew like everything's a learning experience for them. So like you know, they've, there's a shot list that starts the day and you know, there's the script that we're working off, but since I'm the editor like I'm able to shorten the day by being like, we don't need this, we all need this this. And so you teach them? No, like work on their feet real fast. And how like the movies, never one concrete thing. It's malleable and everybody. Makes shit biggest message that I'm parted man. And that was like on the last day and I'd set it when I was out there in December, but I always thought it was so important. I was like the way this is now. I said with like the director give it a French fries by snow cones and acting like a pederasts Dunkel or something like that. I was like, you can't expect that on every movie. So I was like, chances are that's not going to happen on a Michael bay said, he's not going to sit there and be wants them cotton. Candy, you know is like, but it's just because that's not the case. Don't mean like you can't expect this to be the environment on every set you go work on, like like like to see how it's gone. Everybody's contribute in. Nobody feels like shit. Nobody getting shot on or yelled at or anything like that is fun. We're all making pretend for a living. Like that's the way it should always be. You know, sometimes people do it for a lot of years, and it's like any job. They get jaded and shit and just becomes what they do for a living. You cats are all in that period of your life. You're like, I want to do this. The honeymoon phase honeymoon phase, but I'm, I've been in the honeymoon phase twenty five years. You know what I'm saying? And yeah, granted, I got the director job so that helps and stuff. But like I've never lost my love for like even when I was driving to set in the one hundred and five fucking degrees and they made it. It was like ninety nine fucking percent. And I was like, how?.

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"dunkel" Discussed on The Vergecast

The Vergecast

01:53 min | 3 years ago

"dunkel" Discussed on The Vergecast

"New eleven you can like swedes it and it will do something that's good or bad but there's a lot of that like happening twelve plus you can squeeze they'll do something yeah again talking remember the you lovin that you could squeeze you twelve is here you can also squeeze it squeeze it still squeezing she's seeking me a call i got one for you as you see by the way is making a bitcoin phone we talked about that last week so i'm just putting that out there again is differentiation that's a better idea than this one let me tell you what i don't like about the new blackberry phone is a distraction from there now core business of just being a patent troll yeah this is the smartest thing blackberry did was just like give up on the idea of making things and just hiring a bunch of lawyers to go soo better companies to try penalize them for innovating based on like old blackberry designs that they never could have executed that's what blackberries should focus on see the world needs villains i'm just putting it out there exactly like what is what is batman without the joker he's just he's very confused young man all right i wanna talk about dunkel's okay because there's this apple thing about the iphone six but whatever been gay men gay i'm not going to relocate to give but i'm going to relitigate dangles every day for the rest of my life so i'm gonna paint a conspiracy theory for you i want all of you to tell me if you think i sound like a loon okay and if i should dig up whether this is true or if i drop it or whether a making sense and i should dedicate my life to uncovering this spiracy okay okay i'll keep my remarks to myself and they'll submit them to illinois.

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"dunkel" Discussed on Get Up!

Get Up!

01:45 min | 3 years ago

"dunkel" Discussed on Get Up!

"Do a fifty percent chance they can win this i agree with you at mind response to his this as the judge i'm giving it a ten peeping with the spirit of the segment here because that is not only a play that that gets his team fired up that is a play that sort of puts a new picture to the narrative of hardening the postseason him has always been like his his head down and head lives disinterested look now all of a sudden the visual of postseason james harden is dunking on draymond green last night it could be the beginning of an entirely new legacy also great moment on the road just sort of shut the crowd up for like at least the second anyways it's just a moment and in watching these games like these moments happened basically in sequence there was a time with james harder scored had eight run and a couple of them were office defrance so you say the dunkel draymond green is also signature another thing that was signature and you have a better chance of spotting bigfoot is him spilling the ball kevin durant in the in floor one on one and going the other way for a dunk those to picture one a gonna do it that way if you haven't seen them you have to check out detail with kobe bryant they take do intense nba playoffs film breakdown he's got steph curry up next with his game three performance next one of abel's now espn plus also on the app and you can watch all the previous episodes as well a warming jerry is not gonna be happy about this that bad that's not good coming up barandy chest pains place in sports history is undeniable shooters are better than this very well ask her about this interesting tribu next with rodney dangerfield.

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"dunkel" Discussed on Material

Material

01:50 min | 3 years ago

"dunkel" Discussed on Material

"Or a company to have the company that's kind of sub manufacturing the thing you design file the paperwork on your behalf but this thing had tick photos not illustrations but photos and had the entire user manual so you could tell that it was based on a quad core 'em logic system on a chip a running at fifty one point five or two gigahertz two gigabytes of ram aching storage four k compatible work celebrated video decoding out at sixty frames per second so it's like yeah that looks like could it's certainly could be and so people are saying okay i think that this is going to be gould of ice and then this this fcc falling was amended with a brand new cover letter that should have been there to begin with because said oh by the way fcc the manual and the photographs are confidential so we're giving him to you but please don't post it on the website so yes so now we're we're kind of thinking this is a new android tv dunkel which would kick butt because i love android tv on my shield tv but it still you got to you have to have someone like me who's a friend of yours or a or b one of your trusted journalists whose opinion that you really really respect who who can really explain to oh i really love this this is great this is the best streaming box i have because it costs so much money it's like one hundred and fifty bucks for the cheap one that if they were to now come out with an android tv donald that would be let's say fifty bucks compared to chrome cast thirty bucks or even let's say somewhere close to a cheaper oku box let's say sixty dollars or less that really changes the whole game goes in travel.

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"dunkel" Discussed on Upgrade

Upgrade

02:01 min | 4 years ago

"dunkel" Discussed on Upgrade

"Desk i might do that next time next time i get a machine although i was just saying on connected today so i'm just repeating myself now i've been thinking about this jason especially when i was preparing for this episode and i think that that might next computer will probably be amac pro life could be met pro because for what i one out of a computer the idea that perceived idea of what that machine will be as like parts upgradable overtime is more appealing to me as i am less interested in cool mac hardware but one thing that i can use the best later it is the best workhorse for me and over time in that might make sense if it is truly upgradable so that's what i'm in thinking about but i wanted to us because i don't know what is the ieo like on the pro do get more ports there are more ports okay you have four usb a and four thunderbolt slash usb see so and that's to controllers on the founder bold so you've got potentially a lot of really high speed external stuff on there and lots and lots of ports it does mean though that if you have thunderbolt peripherals or displays that are external on your existing set up if you get my mak pro you're going after by buy some dunkel's because there's no you know there's no federa bolt that matches many display bore port or if you've got a mini display poured or thunderbolt two two vj or d v i or wherever else you've got like those adapters don't work anymore really i mean you may be able adapt to them i dunno don't do it you're gonna have to buy some some thunderbolt three adapters use pc adapters so but they are there is a lot of a lot of idaho a ports on the back plus.

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"dunkel" Discussed on Rocket

Rocket

02:00 min | 4 years ago

"dunkel" Discussed on Rocket

"I bet so funny will soon i know area sacked that i missed the show tonight into latest for an hour because i didn't have a dunkel nice matin honestly this is what this was my idea even before i like i'm not that i can't think of that many like gadgets and stuff that i be super super excited about it off the top of my head like i don't know and then i thought now odongo 'cause my roommate was taxi my ex roommate was attacked semi just last night being like what are you what what what should i get the pixel at the pixel too i was thinking about it i was like obviously the pixel touts of better known in it's waterproof and all that and then as equates there's something you should know sandy i like the dog is in the box so i guess if you have that but you know what get ready get ready for the the dongo lifestyle get someone just all every single had finished chapter dangle all right that's my under one hundred dollar gift what if he got gresina all right so it like you i have to you so the first is also not tech related and i actually stole this idea from brie but um i think that if you're a fan of a of of good a a different type of a fiction you should look at a daury id four's books and you should use that on your kindle you can get a kindle gave for white which is a great advice for under 100 also i was just came away in her way iso bad louis ii due to a loved kindle paperweights fantastic kindle paper white it get it preowned where you can get a new it's a little over hundred dollars so great and get yourself some doria four books i would say for my under one hundred dollars gift and and you guys have heard me talk about we had a whole show about this and i beg nintendo to sponsor us and they didn't because the terrible but i love them anyway i still do think if you can get that that the super nintendo classic addition for eighty bucks honestly especially if you hacketts and then you're able to put other roms on it which is so easy to do i think that's that's my favorite like under 100 all our gadget of the year.

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"dunkel" Discussed on The How-To Heretic

The How-To Heretic

01:56 min | 4 years ago

"dunkel" Discussed on The How-To Heretic

"And take the room back now if you wanna litigated great but no that you're going to change the your neurobiology of that room and you're gonna be a part of ruining thanks give because this nudges dunkel film now you bit right and by biting you do have responsibility in that that's one it becomes you're issue until then everyone in the room he will be blameless is so where people forget some of that stuff it's really true now i don't think that everybody is as bad as you know drunk on cool phil route lotta people are a lot more passive in their aggression sure those knives coned very very stealthily yeah i remember being asked to offer the blessing after that red clear classic move visit it's it's funny it's a little clever its passive aggressive uh and so and you're like i didn't bring a go i don't have any see that's really good at it i just said which god would you like me to pray to love it i logo and then i put my hands on the near and began to chant half the table completely cracked up the other was shook their head and we moved on and let someone else offer the policy now where it when i was asked to give a blessing by my first fatherinlaw i said okay i just took him up on it why not and just and but i didn't i didn't do a dick move i definitely could have done a dick move i i don't think i did i just felt bad my head and said may we all be grateful for the things that we've achieved that we've received today and may we all continue to love each other as deeply as we can amen a what happened in the room i think i it was great and i will say that i like it i guess this is tooting my own horn but i will say that sometimes we have to tudor own words i haven't doing it uh whether i have sewer out giving him permission.

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