18 Burst results for "Earl Grey"

"earl grey" Discussed on The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz

The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz

01:40 min | Last week

"earl grey" Discussed on The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz

"When we went to the bahamas together like ten years ago we went to like this breakfast. Buffet like right off the plane. Like would you like some water. Would you like whatever. Would you like a drink tea. And they brought what was a briefcase. They opened up with all of these different teas and it was roy's disneyworld. He was so excited to see all the varieties of tea. Roy are you a ti snob. Like if somebody is just drinking a little bit of earl grey do you look down here. Okay wait a minute. you're not so yes. I don't think kind of tea aficionado. I think really just likes tea all kinds of crap because i know t- enthusiasts who look at an old earlier like get out of here know you're not making good to you're making crappy stink cheap t. I like oolong tea. Right there Yeah that that briefcase that they brought out that that was That was fancy matters. That was really. I'd bet you that people will now start. Mailing the clevelander. Fine teas so that you can upgrade your. Bring it on your t. You'd love free stuff. So jeez is not no seriously feeney's to get over it so really beers air choice not even listening to the show anymore dreaming about free. He didn't hear any of the joke. You guys made these yes. People are going to send me boxes t to beer. Beer just turned it into a budget four door sedan mustang raids..

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"earl grey" Discussed on Schoolhouse Rocked: The Homeschool Revolution!

Schoolhouse Rocked: The Homeschool Revolution!

08:15 min | 1 year ago

"earl grey" Discussed on Schoolhouse Rocked: The Homeschool Revolution!

"Two very precocious boys that keep me on my toes and on my knees and in in the downtime that I do have you'll find me usually reading books and drinking copious amounts of caffeinated tea. Nice know do you drink sweet tea or unsweet tea? Oh, no, I drink hot tea. Oh you drink hot tea? Okay, I do I do. I'm one of those weird southern people drinks hot stuff all year long. I drink hot tea 2 in the morning and I put creamer in mind you want to know my weird combination. I know this. Think I'm crazy. I like to drink peppermint. Green tea bag. with vanilla creamer that weird like a lot a yeah. Okay. I love it. It's what gets me up and wakes me up in the morning. So that is my favorite thing in. My favorite creamer is from Trader Joe's off. Anybody wants to know their vanilla creamer. I love it. I have I I do not pause because I can't Dairy but I like their French vanilla in earl grey. Oh yum. Yeah. Yeah, I love tea cup coffee drinker. I never have been I I mean it tastes okay to me, but you know, I'd rather have tea with cream british-style just seems like it should be anyway. I am so glad to have you with me today and I'm really excited about our topic today. You have a workshop that's called making your home a Haven and so we're going to talk about making your home school a Haven today and as I've been looking through your Workshop that you do on this and your notes I was so encouraged even just for myself because it's something that I think we as moms need to To be reminded of constantly we have to be intentional about making our home a Haven for our family and and we as the moms have a whole lot of control and power in doing that off. And so one of the verses that I know you you refer to in this that I'm going to read is Proverbs 14:1, and it says the wise woman builds her house, but with her own hands the foolish one tears hers down and there are a lot of verses in the Bible that talked to moms that talked to women and this is one of the most powerful I think because it really took us to understand how much power we really do have as moms and as wives and so I would love for you to talk to us about how we can go about making our home a Haven and what are some of the steps that you help moms take in order to be able to do that in our home. So that was a great introduction. Thank you. It's one of my favorite workshops. And I really like to be able to do it in person as well because then we can really sort of hash out the details. But when you think about a Haven, you know, there are so many references in the Bible to safety and to the Lord being our safety, you know, lead me to the rock that is higher than I am being underneath his wings. We have this concept of job security that we get from the Lord and we want to be able to reflect that directly in our homes to our children. We want them to be able to feel that safety in that security and that long of and we are really the first representation that they get from the time they are born of the Heavenly Father's Love that's coming down to them through us and it's it's really just wage. It's imperative especially in today's world because there is so much darkness and there is so much grief and anger. We have the name. And see given to us to create a space where our children can love and learn and worship and we can guide them in the way that they should go off when we should we can train them and we can teach them and we have all the tools in the world that we need. Even if we only have like, you know, a timer two bedroom apartment making a Haven isn't so much about having you know, the big house and the Pinterest perfect Decor. It's really a reflection of you know, Mom and Dad home and because we are the ones in charge of the home schooling most of the time and the children are with us usually 24/7. Right? Our our attitude is a huge part of what makes our home into a Haven and there are a lot of different things that kind of play into that. But the way I always start my workshop is just a couple little questions if you have note takers listening the dog Probably a good time for them to kind of grab a little piece of paper and jot some things down. But we go through a process of why do I want to create a Haven? It's important that we know you know why I want to do something because that's really what's going to guide us in staying the course to actually doing it and not just having a lofty goal. That's more of a wish because there's no actual game plan there, right? So five words to describe my home currently and most of us most of us have things that we want to change about our home. We we may have laundry pile whatever Wellness. We we may have a lot of disagreements between siblings right now that is certainly something that we would want to work on. We may have just sort of tension because off everything has been canceled, right, you know, you and I were talking about that a minute ago. There's just there's so many so many things that we are used to that we are that we would consider normal wage. That are just not happening. And so that does create attention and we have to be very aware of that. But there there may be a lot more dirty dishes in the sink than usual because nobody is going to get take out right now. But whenever whenever you're five words are whether it's you know, chaos or dirty or argumentative whatever five words describe your home and you may actually be in a really good season and sometimes you know, we do we go through Cycles you maybe in a season where your home is restful where your home is full of laughter and joyful and that's awesome too. But there's always one or two areas that we're going to want to really kind of hone in on and make better and then we go to find words that would describe my ideal home for me grace-filled is always one of the things that comes to mind and I feel like that's such a process that I can always put that one down because I want a dog Hello Grace, I want us to be showing mercy and kindness and love to each other. I want me not to be stressed out for any reason. So that that's not what comes you know, flowing out of my mouth when I'm talking to my children off. I want our home to be restful. I want us to really to really practice the the practice of Shabbat. We we need that rest. We need that day the Lord God because a command to rest and there was a reason for that and moms. We are so bad not to take that time. Yeah, you know mom's we neglect the rest. Yep, and then we neglect the rest and everything else just sort of falls apart because we're overwhelmed and tired and grumpy and things just get out of hand. And so we moved from our five words for our Ideal Home to what will my family gain from cultivating my ideal home? And this one is where we kind of have to dig a little bit deeper because our surface answers are always going to be something like well, you know, I want my home to be cleaner because I want to be able to have people over. What you really want is not to not to feel pressured to practice the art of hospitality, you know, and and who knows, you know, you should be house may still welcome people that are angels and you're just unaware of it. We we have all of these, you know amazing. Easy ways to fix things we can go to the grocery store and pick up cookies. It's not like, you know, our our grandma's had to bake thing made we.

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Josephine Butler and the fight for women's equality

Encyclopedia Womannica

04:19 min | 1 year ago

Josephine Butler and the fight for women's equality

"Let's talk about Josephine Butler. Josephine was born on April thirteenth eighteen, twenty eight in Northumberland, the northeastern region of England to a prominent family. Her Father John. Gray was a wealthy landowner and cousin to the British prime. minister. Earl. Grey who led between eighteen, thirty and eighteen, thirty four. Josephine's father was a strong supporter of progressive social reforms value. He passed along to his daughter one of Seven Children Josephine was educated by her father at home. He educated both sons and daughters equally an uncommon practice for the time in eighteen fifty two at the age of Twenty Four Josephine Mary George Butler an examiner of schools who shared her commitment to social reforms. In their first five years of marriage the couple had four children in eighteen sixty, three Josephine's only daughter and youngest child Eva fell to her death. To cope with the overwhelming grief, Josephine turned to charity work. Josephine. started by finding shelter for the city's homeless women often taking them into her own home. Many of these women were prostitutes suffering the terminal stages, venereal diseases. Josephine also worked with Aunt Jemima. Cloth a prominent suffragette. To establish academic courses for advanced study for women. In eighteen sixty seven. Appointed president of the north of England Council for Higher Education of women. She campaigned for Cambridge. University, to expand opportunities available to women, students, and her efforts resulted in one of Cambridge's all women, colleges, Newnham College. During this time Josephine published multiple books about the social issues. She championed her views on a woman's place in society conflicted with some feminists of the time. Straight from the idea that women should be viewed in the same terms as men instead she argued that women deserve the vote because they were different than men and had a separate responsibility within society to protect and care for the week. To Josephine ensuring a woman's right to vote was away to strengthen the morality of the nation. In eighteen sixty nine Josephine began publicly campaigning against the contagious diseases acts of eighteen, sixty, six, eighteen, sixty, nine. These acts were initially introduced to curtail the spread of venereal diseases in the armed, forces. But in order to do so sex workers were heavily targeted and penalized. Under, these acts police were given the authority to arrest suspected prostitutes living in seaports and military towns and subject them to forced medical examinations. Have worked with sex workers at the start of her career. Josephine felt sympathy for these woman. She believed they were forced into this work through low wages and minimal opportunity for Josephine these acts represented troubling double standard. Sex workers were punished, but the men who sought out there surfaces were not. Josephine was a powerful orator who drew large crowds as she traveled the country gaining support for the Act's repeal. George now, a prominent figure in academia was criticized for letting his wife discuss sex in public. Despite threats to his career George, continue to support Josephine's advocacy. And Josephine charged on. She teamed up with other prominent social workers to expose the insidious world of human trafficking and child prostitution in London. Her hard work paid off. In eighteen eighty, five parliament passed the Criminal Law Amendment Act which raised the age of consent from thirteen to sixteen. And the following year eighteen, eighty, six parliament formally repealed the contagious diseases act. In her final years Josephine supported the suffrage movement and published her most famous work personal reminiscences of a great crusade. It promoted social reform women's education and equality. Josephine. Butler died on December thirtieth nineteen O six. She was seventy eight years old. Her Fiber Women's equality especially for those who often exist on the margins of society remains highly relevant to this day.

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"earl grey" Discussed on WSB-AM

WSB-AM

01:41 min | 1 year ago

"earl grey" Discussed on WSB-AM

"Tea so I don't drink coffee but I love Earl grey tea with milk white cool you are absolutely a white wondering exactly that little bit of knocked out of me that you love a softer things like Chardonnay with that little bit ochre probably activity where you live I heard a good Chardonnay drinker for somebody who wants to step out and do something that just that in your wheel house but at the same time a little bit more interesting camp Chardonnay from the folk machine wine production company if that's not a cinema valley Chardonnay for seventeen ninety nine is what I drink when I wanted to get started thank it's absolutely your happy place wow thank you it was called camp Chardonnay camp yeah you can't like we you know how much did you say it was Craig at seventeen ninety nine it's a it's a really nice under twenty dollar bottle of Chardonnay and everything we're recommending today on the radio is going to be under twenty dollars it is our sort of pandemic focus on drinking inexpensively still okay so was he writes to you tend to drink more white wines and more chardonnays that's true I do love white wine yeah okay see he's right all the time thank you all right thank you Bridget thanks for your call right to you sweetheart okay now we have just a few minutes left so tell me you're lucky to have all of.

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"earl grey" Discussed on Kevin Pollak's Chat Show

Kevin Pollak's Chat Show

03:38 min | 2 years ago

"earl grey" Discussed on Kevin Pollak's Chat Show

"Katie's order right out of the gate is which I think maybe they have memorized is Earl grey tea with excessive milk. So just get the milk with a little. Yeah. So here's the thing. I. You can't see us. But we're smoking ban called the gram of the group. And there's a reason. Yeah, it's the excessive amount of milk. Jane patterson. Excessive milk in my team. Yeah. You sound like show runner. Did you like some water just realize that there's a bottle? They're hoarding it. Actually. I'm only asking because I was. View industry questions which I spent so much time on and have yet to refer to them. Once cares. Exactly. That's my favorite kind of episode where I prepare as a professional. Why didn't we just have a conversation? Yeah. Yeah. It is pretty enjoyable especially for San the engineer just to see him. Not not off is. As my favorite thing. It looks like you covered the first fifteen questions. So thank you for that. We're on it. We're here. Wait nineteen. Nineteen. Did not have the fiber bars. In fact, that's not even well little no, no more like patties would just to wine. It's about this. And I thought patties with dis because it was an Irish pub Now now. now opened at six am. Let's talk a little bit about your own teachers and mentors that you may have had along the way. I I normally asked this question. But in this particular case, it seems especially pertinent. Yeah. Yeah. I had a couple. I am. I don't know if they felt it was mutual. But I felt like I for sure had I'm to teachers in high school that were very like and influential and I felt like they especially were like, oh, you free like you should do comedy. And an how old are you in this Harry Fisher? I was I wasn't it wasn't like high school that. I was kinda like, oh, maybe right? Yeah. So when you hear that is it's the prising or reassuring. I think for me it was surprising because I kind of never thought it about myself. And then I think it was very, yeah. It was surprising. And then like, it was odd to be like encouraged to do it. Would you say you hadn't thought of it for yourself? What were you thinking for yourself at that point? I view myself as more serious. I feel like I've always been like in my fifties. My whole life and field that feels comfortable to me. And so I I was thinking like I'm going to go to law school to be a lawyer really had an affinity for pantsuits. Yes. Like, I just love to code sauce something in fiction, or because there was some someone in the family who were lawyers, and and all of my aunts, and uncles are lawyers all of them almost all of them. There's an engineer too. But we talked to the Guinness Book people. I'm trying to get in every way can the SIMS like our? Yeah. Maybe that's the show show with my parents are lawyers. Yeah. Or we're so I think it's a world that most people don't know about and they think bad things about Lord. That's true. And you're clearly representing a different side. We're the good kind. Yeah. Yeah. Like, there's a good witch in a bad witch. They're good, lawyers and Bob lawyers. Well, I don't wanna say that's the name of the show. But. The good witch the bad lawyer..

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"earl grey" Discussed on Mac Power Users

Mac Power Users

03:40 min | 3 years ago

"earl grey" Discussed on Mac Power Users

"Found while at case that I'm thinking about I want to kind of rather them have a white one to match my white phone because once you put your fun occasion. I'm gonna be able to tell that it's white. But. The Earl grey is kind of cool because Earl grey. That's okay. Yeah. Whatever I'm surprised. That's not on your list. It might be. You know, what can I just I'm gonna put a link to it right now in the it's a it's an audible, I'm calling an audible, they also have a Marsala, which is kind of pretty that that that one. I actually could see potentially putting on the on my list. I'm I'm just gonna I'm gonna put a link right here. Now, that's not my pick that, but I'm trying to put a link here are used that what they prior phone. I had the twelve south wallet case that I used for like a year. And I thought it was great. But for whatever reason I've stopped using. I think this isn't this isn't the wallet case Walla cases too big. I don't want them. While at case. This is just a leather case that has two slots for cards in the back of the because mine was the book thing is what they call it. Now, this is just a leather case for your phone that then has slots for cards in the back of your the reason I gave up on the book was the same thing. It's like it didn't ultimately I needed more cards pieces of plastic when I walked around in that would fit. And so then I would inevitably leave without what I needed. All. Right. So my actual next pick pick see book pick. There we go. My actual next pick is kind of going back to our our our future. Life. That's coming is. Although I will say it might still be a little too soon for this. But I'm gonna go ahead and go with it anyway because I like to be at trailblazer. But I I love and I I have a couple of outlets. Not many. I think I only have two right now in my house where I've got the outlets, and then I've got USB ports and the outlets. I've got one in my laundry room and one on my in my kitchen because that's where I was finding that I was regularly. You know, you'll find there's a spot in your house where things just gravitate to that need to be plugged in. And so that's that's where I was finding that my stuff was being plugged in. As it was either be right in kind of the laundry room where I would come in for the night in and drop everything or it would be in the kitchen where where things were around. This has been negated a little bit with a with charging. So it's less of an issue. But they're nice to have these these outlets that also have USB charging. Are you a speech arching and see I just let it go. But instead of having just all USB HR djing. There's a top greener makes USB outlet that has one USA USB port and one USB port. So I think if I were putting these in my house now, I would not put one that just had exclusively USB ports on it. And I think I would have won USB port. And then I think I'd have another. That's just a USB port. I've got a link to one on the shuts. Do you have any of these in your house? No, I don't. But the I've got several of the of the anchor wall chargers that have a bunch of ports popping out of it. So I've got those in kilocalories with cords. Yeah. But then you still have a bunch of these walmarts sticking out of your. Yeah. It's just more streamlined to not. But anyway, the for money pick it's one that I picked as as the thing I'm playing with several months ago on one of our MP plus shows, but it's still I still love this thing. And you know, we're getting to the holidays. It's the la- metric wifi clock for smart home. It's a couple of hundred bucks, an Amazon, I got it and one of those Amazon aniversary deals, but the keep an eye on. I'm sure they have sales on it. But it's it's just a cool clock. That's got it looks very eight bit. But it works with your iphone, and it's got all these different modules you can plug into it..

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"earl grey" Discussed on Mac Power Users

Mac Power Users

02:54 min | 3 years ago

"earl grey" Discussed on Mac Power Users

"It may make it more difficult to charge because it puts a little bit more space between your phone in the charging device with mine it actually works with the anchor standup charger. But it's slower. But and I I wouldn't use it every day but on events where I'm going to go. I I'm going to go to a family thing where my phone is going to get passed around a lot of people. I would rather have a handle on it. So as relatives weren't is serious about protecting my phone as I am have a little more secure way to hold onto it. And like, I said all my Nandi friends that see it immediately love it and buy. So maybe you've got a husband or wife who isn't super geeky put a pop sock on their phone, and they'll think it's great and they make them with all sorts of different brands. I got one of course with the Star Wars rebels symbol on the back. But they have it with just about any brand you want or even just night clear ones. I think if you buy it through their website, you can even put your own logo on whatever that is. I've seen a lot of people doing these is like corporate gifts for the holiday season. And other thing you see people doing as they they put these little business card holders. Stick on things on the back of the phone with their corporate logo on it. So those are those are other things that I see people sticking on regular. Well, you know, everybody was talking about the pop sockets. I said, well, I'll try it. And I think it's nice. I'm not using it every day. Like, I said, I it's kind of a special occasion thing for me. I I think whenever I know my phone is gonna get handed around like, you know, like the thing with the Disneyland trip. Is you go to a picture with Juliaca the Disney employee wants, we'll use your phone to take a picture of you. But I don't know how careful there with my phone. So I like putting the pop socket on things like that. And but the kind of nice, I I don't hate it. I mean, I saw you sounded at the beginning like you were kind of against them. We should try one right now. Okay. All right. I don't like don't like sticking things to my phone. Yeah. We'll we'll stick it to a case. I bought like ten dollar case with it. Yeah. Yeah. That you can do. I don't know though. I have lately been thinking about getting a. I'm going to regret this. I haven't thinking about getting one of those those very simple wallet cases for the iphone that just had like twelve south has won that have just the couple of slots for like an ID card because I find I always take my phone with me. And so often that's all I need is just my debit card in my ID. But I I like my clear case with my phone. So I don't know. We'll see. Yeah. Well, like, the twelve south one has like a in this sense. A shell case inside of it that slides out. So you can take it out. It's not super attractive when you slide it out, but you can't remove your phone from that case pretty easily and twelfth south has a Earl grey, I.

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"earl grey" Discussed on Crypto Voices

Crypto Voices

03:15 min | 3 years ago

"earl grey" Discussed on Crypto Voices

"So that kind of check the ability of the governments to inflate, but technically with we could all be using gold. And then, you know, somebody might have a huge discovery that floods the market makes gold prices plummet or. Prices quoted in gold skyrocket studying how you look at it on or there could be breakthroughs like the once we humans gets the level of technology in like the Star Trek. The next generation where Picard goes make me some Earl grey tea, and it just makes the thing once they could do that. And just rearrange matter in terms of machine, and you can just make gold bars. Well, then golden lager is going to be able to be useful as money in that situation or even less fancifully as humans, go out and colonize, there might be some media restaurant somewhere that has a bunch of goal that we discovered that could be equal to the total amount that's ever been mined or something. So it's using physical commodities as the money is certainly preferable to to giving political states. The ability to issue pieces of paper that are unbagged, but in terms of the limits. Crypto currencies I think that's one supreme advice. Vantage that we actually know mathematically that these things are going to be finite would now whether it's very to do in terms of bitcoin and just having absolute cab or just to have a thing like, oh, it can only increased one percent per year. And it's really mathematically thinned out. We could argue about that. But just the the notion that it's mathematically there's some finite. Limit to how much new bitcoins can be minded share. I think that's a huge advantage of it. These V other physical commodity money. And I think one of the side debates, the bitcoin has kind of reintroduced in the conomic arena is the whole issue with deflation inflation before before bitcoin, I think the whole debate was restricted to Austrian circles, and it's kind of going mainstream, and I've seen people like Krugman or even other communists being forced to talk about this issue. And before the anti bitcoin was kind of a saddle meadow. When the inflation. That's super sent two percent price inflation for you. And that's there's no other way winning flesh. It seems to have an alternative and economists are back to the table discussing this issues. Right. I agree entirely that that's a great thing. And also it makes it real just like the analogy. I've been using a lot lately is before you were trying to argue with regular people who, you know, don't study economics. They don't care about how ticks and you wanted to show them the dangers of having government licensing of taxicab drivers. They wouldn't care, and it was oh, you gotta have some regulation, otherwise, you know, serial killers be taken people up from the airport and going and killing them. And so you gotta have medallions for taxi came, but then with Uber and lift when people can actually use these these things themselves, and then see the taxicab lobbyists pushing back that all of a sudden people regular people who aren't trained in economics. Don't care about that stuff. They can see what the road is. What's going on? They can under. Stand. Likewise. Yeah..

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"earl grey" Discussed on Spark from CBC Radio

Spark from CBC Radio

04:08 min | 3 years ago

"earl grey" Discussed on Spark from CBC Radio

"To commands. An experimental game. Played on Halloween night, the actor called neuro was guided through the game the premise of which was to deactivate a dangerous AI by anyone logged into play. But not evidently before she had some Earl grey tea collectedly players told neuro where to go what to say, and what to do and she obeyed. It was all part of an MIT media lab. Experiment on collective decision. Making was organized by postdoctoral researcher Nico pesha tally. Before we get to how your experiment went on Halloween. Can you explain how it was set up? Yes. So be me was an online game. Where a lot of different users from everyone everywhere around the world connected online and through our platform could control in real time. A human I real human being the game was designed to see if real time cooperation can succeed online. Okay. So how did the users control the actor playing the game? So the actor had a phone camera streaming in real time, and streaming could be seen through our web platform. So they use from home using our parts from could see what basically the actor was seeing and hearing and through a text books that could communicate commands to busy guide the actor through sort of like a Sifi mystery and complete mission. So it's a bit like a first person shoe. Type of experience except that. It's an actual human being exactly. And the commands not right left mouse click, but it's actually real free text. Yeah. We heard one where the actor was asked to make a couple of Earl grey tea, for example. What was the object of the game story was about these very powerful AGI stands for artificial general intelligence, which is sort of active intelligence that research very excited about now, but doesn't exist yet. They are still researching and trying to these sort of holy grail. And it simply defense from intelligence in the sense that it said sort of all purpose not task specific. So really resembles human intelligence where we can sort of quickly. Adopt two toss him vitamins. So the powerful Zoot and the story has been finally developed. It's very powerful, of course, manages to escape from human control and he's released online. And so it's in the process of sort of rewriting its own code and trying to sort of bypass the the moral rules. That's the human putting it these processes taking time. And in the meantime, hero have been summoned to sort of stop anytime easy from happening. And so you had an actor who is the person who was being controlled by people's commands. I think if I were the actor I would've been a little bit nervous about what I would have been asked to do where there any restrictions on what the actor could could be asked to do yet. Good question. We would expect. Trolling because it's part of the experience, you know, when when you give internet freedom people went to find one to see we've things happening, and which things did happen. But we were extremely clear about safety and ground rules that what we wanted us to respect. Right. So what happened Halloween night? Yes. So we start to the game. And that they're not people was was incredible. We reached like more than a thousand users took even point. A week so quickly readopted to the new environment and people started cooperating in real time using the and it was very interesting to see the enthusiasm of these users. And how carried out by this story that were so were they users able to sort of work together in order to get this this actor the main character to accomplish a goal together. Or was it doing one thing? And then some completely opposite thing..

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"earl grey" Discussed on High and Mighty

High and Mighty

02:40 min | 3 years ago

"earl grey" Discussed on High and Mighty

"I'm gonna like be hungry. What does that good? I don't think it's good because like in my head I'm going like, I don't know that like like I wanna have four or five slices. You're going like, I'm going to an orgy. Not gonna jerk off. I'm not gonna just have. I'm not gonna make love. I wanna play the second. I want, like you're saying, I don't want a little sweets. I want to fucking e pope the whole pint tip is in the freezer. I'm like, can we just not have ice cream in the freezer? She goes, well, I like to have a little dish of it. You're the one who keeps finishing off the pints and I know, but if they're not fair, I won't do. It's like. And it's such a crazy thing because I'm asking her to give up something you really like. She s weeds. She likes that. You don't like impossible because for me, sometimes it's not even about whether I like it or not. It's just like I'm hungry. I scream would be a good change of texture. Let me just go in there and see what flavor she has these flavors that you have ice cream that I hate like lavender and like Earl grey tea. Keep that shit in the house. Yeah, don't buy the fucking cookie dough or the. Yeah. Yeah, that's. I don't like chocolate covered raisins. I won't touch raise in just so you're like Sam. Because I know I won't touch them. You were talking before. We were courtside recording about doing. I f passing tend to six. So you don't eat between ten pm and six. And do I only between ten AM sixty Yeah. in sound. Between ten pm and six. My whole family's asleep, nonstop. Exhaust, Greg. Day, not eating. I'm doing my dieting. You're like eating out of a bowl, more kitchen. That part from go to. Shook the lights off. Also you're doing. Only ten, ten to six. So that feels like it's more about the not eating at night? Yeah, that's my biz I who gives us shade eating at ten. That's not that that's kind of hard if you're someone who has to wake up and do stuff because some people like coffees and people like we're not those people. I really fucking early. Yeah. Finessing ten to six. I wake up at ten, five. Eating. Like you wake up at nine fifty nine and you're so pissed wait one minute..

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"earl grey" Discussed on Sips, Suds, & Smokes

Sips, Suds, & Smokes

03:19 min | 3 years ago

"earl grey" Discussed on Sips, Suds, & Smokes

"So a lot of honeysuckle, and there's a herbal quality that comes sets into this actually wrote down sage and basil, is that from the Earl grey, I'm not an Herb Gray drinker so I am on. I don't think it's from there. Earl grey is mostly orange oil. Yeah, which is a very, who's Bergamo on its type of. Actually, that's not a type isn't just a Seville oranges, the orange that Bergamo. Various if he would be cream, you would know these things. Actually the queen's back. But yeah, the Bergamo. Yeah. So it is Bill warns and but it is a type of orange, but Yep. I, I don't know where the the herbal flavors are. I, I'm guessing it's so it's black t. second white? Yeah, with with bergamot oil added to it Earl grey. So get some other flays t. on like a blood oranges also very some have a very herbal from their stand. I get a lot of blood orange from this I wrote, I wrote down tart, men limit the limit that comes out as well as a really interesting, but the tease keys for sure. I mean, I get that black t. lending, maybe a little more of a bitterness may be quality to it Caperton where where does the butterscotch fall for you? Yes, see, that's. That's unfair. So. Wanna say that. That even even gods struck the hammer sometimes and and John rally is, is is a big man in my estimation and many different dimensions. So wait a minute. Let's not bring up butterscotch. That was another episode. So. Really amazing beer and. All the all the way around. Wow, okay. We're, we're really close. We are your rating for t- for two from Raleigh, farm l. sales is going to be a five, really good. I mean the the. This sort of tea, herbal qualities, and the tartness. And there's a lot going on the house culture and the and the Orangi's sort of lemony qualities really like get your, get your juices go or you know what I mean? It really is man. This is definitely one is we've had it open for while warming up. Yeah, for sure. Great beer. Let's move right along. So the next year we're going to talk about the sanctuary. Oh, stone blend. All right. So for the sanctuary owes stone blend. Let's see. All right. Here we go. So when we retaining through the first batch of sanctuary, oh, that we aged Chardonnay breaks. We came across a single barrel that exhibited strong notes of Mellon in the nose and flavor. It was such a lovely barrel. So we decided pulled aside and fruit it with a mix of. Tuscan cantaloupes and Olaf Colorado honeydew melon. We add forty.

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"earl grey" Discussed on Brown Chicken Brown Cow Podcast

Brown Chicken Brown Cow Podcast

01:57 min | 3 years ago

"earl grey" Discussed on Brown Chicken Brown Cow Podcast

"Call you Madam always always, but you may not call me poopie so I'm not calling you poopie. So to ramp up this Monday, mumblings accidents, they, they can happen. And they can be genuine accident. Oh, yeah. It's how you react to them both as the offender and the victim. That can you know this can change the context from an accident into an incident in a big incident, right. So take a beat always taking be. I think the other thing I'm gonna say to wrap this up is behind yourself. Forgive yourself when you make a mistake dry and be prepared to win. You're ready. Listen to somebody who genuinely made a mistake MB willing when you're ready to forgive them. It may not be worth losing a relationship over simple mistake. However, some steaks might take a really long time to be able to get forgiveness date. And so if that happens. You need to as the person who initiated the mistake, be patient and prepared to wait. Yeah, be very patient way. I know the violations that happening against me. I've never been and they end you may never. And that's the other thing is it may have been a genuine accident. That doesn't mean that you're always going to be able to find forgiveness. Wow, that was that was heavy was well, you did a, I wrote down a lot of notes. I'll give you a quiz tomorrow. Oh, boy. Was that Earl grey or just green tea? She's not going to tell me, I gotta guess anyway, this.

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"earl grey" Discussed on Coffee With Chrachel

Coffee With Chrachel

04:03 min | 3 years ago

"earl grey" Discussed on Coffee With Chrachel

"I'm right now the fact that all of my stuff is done at my designated corner of our living room, which is so far away from my bed if feels really good. But I would do that. I just got to make the money also considered going in on renting studio space with another friend and just need a friend. I just need a friend that is also doing art like fulltime or like majority time as well that has the time to do that. But yeah, there are a lot of space not even just for like artists, Seattle's, very artsy. I mean, every city is gonna be this way. Bill is very artsy city. It's also very, like I feel like you know, the perception of Seattle is that it's very introverted, Seattle freeze, all that, but I do think it's very collaborative place. Like in terms of the career areas? Yes, absolutely. Like there's a lot of common workspace that's used fucking use it like I see people doing work in public spaces all the time. My stuff is not very portable. Yeah. If I ever do get into digital art, which is my next move, which is what I wanna do. 'cause I'm that bitch that cannot stop learning new skills. I would be able to do more work in public. Just be like me bringing my tablet watercolors, not exactly the most like public friendly do because like you could bring like a block singer, not link having paper fly around, but it's just like having the water Cup and I don't know. I would just it's just a lot. I was drawing that'd be different, like sketching would be a lot better anyway. Yes. All right. And then the last question will actually relate to what we drink for this episode. What's your favorite tea or do you get favorite t. sorry. Yeah. So squeezes gossip about ammo crossing. Favorite t don't have like a like a. Brand personally to anything right now, like not. I don't know oil to one brand, but I will always go for a mint or an Earl grey. Then my answer what the foot we'll, we drink the same shit bit. I know the mint is great for that times when either got an upset stomach or relax, don't really want some of these guy caffeine yet. Very relaxing things. Just good man. I eat it, eat it. I shoot. And spent about. I drink that when I'm like bloated also, I don't know. I drink it when I'm like monkey when I want to eat a bunch of shit, and I need to fucking chill out. Sometimes they do coffee for that too. But it's like when I ate a bunch of snacks and I'm like, oh my God, I'm still hungry. It's fucking chill out. Rachel soldiers of tea. Then it real is great. Like as so we're all nice, beautiful. I've really enjoy my t just as is put sweetener sweetener or like cream running. I don't even put like Honey in I. I don't know. I just I enjoy do Earl grey with foamy milk though, though the London. I used to make those all the time, but I like it with if I was going to have it at Starbucks because that's where I discovered it because I was working there and I would do like half really strong brute Earl grey like I would really steep her and then I do half vanilla soy milk. You don't even need any sweetener because at ads like some sweetness from their fucking vanilla soy the base soy milk. Starbucks. Yeah, fucking stupid. If they just had unsweetened like they do in other countries change a lot of shit on sleep. Biologists be happy. But yeah, I'll recommend trying that if you had not done that and all the people that live in Europe are like cringing because they brought. Hundred years completely wrong, but either way, bitch, I dunno, you try a lot going my way and all your t. Stop it. Drinking. Okay. So I think that's where we're going to end it now. Thank you for dealing with our shit as we..

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"earl grey" Discussed on Giant Bombcast

Giant Bombcast

03:58 min | 3 years ago

"earl grey" Discussed on Giant Bombcast

"The same way that you get that satisfying like slam satisfying, cram big doughnut into a call, and then he put the corner in, come on, tell me you haven't developed a perfect donkey technology and techniques know that much anymore. I never really the whole point is like soft in. You. Middle melty. Okay. Don't be a hot liquid that you're dunking it in. Yeah, it's not t- before, and that's nice to like t. Earl grey. Okay. All right. That's fine. If I'm gonna dunk them and get something like Scotty. That's nice. Oh, Scotus ice crunchy. Scotties nightmare. Food Biscardi seems food totally. Every time you fucking get Scotty, you're like, oh, this awesome. So hard what you don't get you're supposed to get. I don't want fucking accessory food that either the prep, if I go into a store and buy them to occasionally mouth bass, so you so you don't need to know you. I, I get dip. I'll. Actually, most most of the time got on procedure. Most of the time I will dump it over the French dip and say. It sounds because they goddamn work. 'cause like, fuck it, you might as well ask like waiter, can you just submit? Could you just put my sandwich in the sink for twenty minutes? Oh yes. That's just a soup. Okay. I want to sandwich served in a bread bowl. I get a bread bowl. That's feeling ju. Probably that's probably someone does that in charge way too much for the for the Graham. Yeah, I was also charged too much for your six doughnuts. Oh yeah. Twelve bucks twenty four what four dollars for six motherfucking Dona. That's absurd. And then we went to a regular Donut. Shop on the way back. Probably the best donuts have ever had like dollars. Yeah. Got demon. I want doughnuts from replace that also sells Chinese food. Yeah, I don't know if that's like a nationwide thing just happened. Good. That's what I want to get my scratch off tickets. How many? Yeah, fucking. Notice odyssey such a good combination. That it's not a decent thing because I gotta go. Well, what else do you play? Dragon? Quest eleven? Oh. The eleventh dragon quest. That's not out it is not out for another week. Panther July or something nerd. Let's last year last year. So it is finally coming out in the states. I have been putting some time into maybe only I'm like five or six hours in. I'm kind of at the the big culmination of just like we gotta get the fuck outta here. Oh, wait. There's a whole world. Great. Now it's an RPG like that moment. Yes, story. I really like it. I it is. I think it just looks and sounds great. It's weird because I so I played dragon warrior when it came out and didn't really stay up with the series past that I didn't really play much of two or three which got localized, and then it wasn't until like seven that has finally started coming out here again. Right? I think that's right. Seven was a huge deal. Came out on the PlayStation everyone. Holy shit. It's a dragon Queen, and so I didn't really play any of the other dragon quest games other than the first one which I really liked and but it somewhere along the way I developed a real affinity for those fucking slimes. And so. All that stuff. It was. That was the revelation when dragon west builders came out because I'm the same way I played well, I reviewed..

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"earl grey" Discussed on The mindbodygreen Podcast

The mindbodygreen Podcast

03:55 min | 3 years ago

"earl grey" Discussed on The mindbodygreen Podcast

"Simple. Most people listen. And can do that little bit more would be twelve to six PM. And that's typically what I do where I will just not eat after six and I'll wait until lunch the next day to eat. And then what I'll eat is I'm a, I'm a creature of habit. I, I'm pretty boring when it comes to this, but it's normally a lots of greens on drizzling sort of an avocado oil based wrestling dressing with avocados. And I typically have some wild caught fish on their maybe pole caught albacore tuna or something like that. And then again, you don't have to have the fish if you wanna be completely vegan Kito you can do that too, and then for dinner at something similar. But I mix it up with different herbs and spices and it doesn't taste the same. You can really make so much so many plant based meals taste differently with how you prepare it and we have over seventy five recipes in the book you can do that. Do coffee in the morning. I don't. I do Earl grey tea, Earl grey tea, and I do this for. Like a nerdy reason Earl grey tea, true or not has Burgum aunt in it. And Burgum aunt is has been shown to increase the tough g which is the cellular repair cellular recycling system that you can enhance your intermittent fasting by a having Earl grey tea up on fasting. So that's what I do. So what other so do drink coffee at all or. No, I do do do the new, the gay or Walker album. Melker I sometimes we'll do m. c. t. oil and but typically it just plain. And that's the thing. And I think a lot of people are like, oh, should I do that in the morning? I'm intermittent fasting. I would prefer my body using my own body fat for fuel and not kicking me slightly out of fasting from that bolles of fat in the morning, you're still going to get the benefits of overall the good outweighs the bad when you do that when you have that butter coffee in the morning or you're having them MCI. Tea in the morning, but the automa- g benefits, the cellular repair benefits, pretend to do when you're not stimulating any insulin, not stimulating any digestion throughout the day. So call tonight. We'll typically do just getting coffee in the morning, then we don't really till ten, eleven or twelve. We just like we actually really liked the taste like the feminist. Yeah. So maybe take a break from that. Sometimes I walk, you can rotate it. I think that that's that's a good thing to try it. But again, the Bennett, it's all or nothing getting benefits from that. I just would be a little bit stricter some days to get the topic benefits. Sure. So what about dessert? Yeah. Can you do desert? I've seen like, is that real? Is that a real thing can? Yeah, it's a thing. So I love berries with coconut cream and you. You can do a lot of sweeteners that are Kito friendly because they're not going to really. Okay. So which barriers which sweetener? Sorry, I'm really excited right now. Probably tell somebody. Okay. Which which. Gimme the berries all any berry, raspberries, blackberries. Blueberries really any berry because that's lower fructose really is the thing and any citrus fruits, lower, and fructose. You can have a lot of different ways of preparing those lower fructose fruits and fiber in them is a good thing and blend sort of that sugar spike as well from a real food and coconut cream you can and you. If you want to sweeten things up, you can use stevia or stevia. You can use Zeila tall, you can use tall controversy a. one. Yeah, I think it's good for most people too much of it can cause just divisions what's out if these I go flew the podcast right now. And monk. Fruit is another one too. So there are sweeteners you can use like you would prepare any dessert. You're just.

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"earl grey" Discussed on Oh No Ross and Carrie

Oh No Ross and Carrie

01:38 min | 3 years ago

"earl grey" Discussed on Oh No Ross and Carrie

"Bottom it's amazing you hear the stories about people who founded these organizations to help people get out of it and then they turn around and say you know what i'm gay i'm okay with it now i'm so sorry everybody the co founders of exodus inter i was trying to remember like the central focus of this movie and they married each other nice oh yeah that's a nice end horse after the testimony came the love offering where dennis played the piano again and did some singing we were asked to make an offering in the little envelope with a little card so i took my card i left it blank i put it in the envelope i did not seal the inflow pen i put it in the basket gave one dollar o dollar dollar meanwhile i saw they had hot drinks in the back so i got up to get myself a hot drink coffee and they had earl grey tea high on my list chairman of the crummy herbal tea in fact there was no herbal tea they had coffee and they had earl grey and while i was back there i was preparing my cup of earl grey and some gentlemen said oh what's that is that good t o and i said yeah yet is earl grey it's like home he'd never heard of that let him smell the teabag yes tea i drink a lot and he was like wow earl named after guy earl grey.

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"earl grey" Discussed on High and Mighty

High and Mighty

01:50 min | 3 years ago

"earl grey" Discussed on High and Mighty

"Sure but either way those cookies suck yeah what about tag along those are good really good i think the admits is the across the board everyone's favorite controversal dessert probably we talk about this all the time we love savory ice cream flavors oh me too like honey lavender while hunting skies kind of sweet but i love like honey lavender you mean from roses creamery on third avenue where i live around my wife loves the earl grey tea ice cream so good i'm a little hesitant i don't like the fru fru flavors and not because i'm like tim allen tool time or whatever it's just like ice cream i don't ever our character every time his wife brought home ice cream is like none of this lavender taylor thomas one time with chocolate chip scoop i don't remember actually i remember i watched that show i don't actually remember any of the plot points that show i just remember how it ended and how did it took the house with them drove it away but there were cartoons of themselves and that's how they ended it i think look on my phone phone that's fussing guys with tim allen on a lot of cocaine for that he had to have been right because he had a huge problem well he was like arrested right for like having again of course we can't look i think he got pulled over fucked up out of his mind and had a bunch of coke in the car and got a recipe for before tool time and then like kind of cooled off and became a family family so this was became a man with a plan.

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"earl grey" Discussed on Food 4 Thot

Food 4 Thot

02:03 min | 4 years ago

"earl grey" Discussed on Food 4 Thot

"Is it no pm and he said what's that and then i felt immediately racist resuming a towel over zaire ira opium all right whatever i gets i tweeted i'm allowed a so just to like be easy going about it i make sure all smoke ed yeah that on boeing i go cheryl snow we do it and then as i take ahead and then he lights up the beloit take another for good measure and then we proceed to have sex for the next seven hour no and then we are now no became like pure horror it was so fun i mean we lake where it was very aerobic relay jumped to around me moved furniture lake a marvelling at our own feet of stamina it was great this shift guys seven hours later postcoital i am still not sure what i smoke tornadoes one i'm curious i go he charles do you still not know what that was called what was in that piping he goes he's really sort of lake just rummaging mentally and then he finally goes i think i think you guys call it tea and and did not register with me i just did not connect that with anything ago okay not ring any bells what else like you know what other names this has or whatever and that goes on ray was it not see what with that was it like earl grey weather all drag that is the list leaping high like the odds are saying hey my sixty three year old white mother tongue.

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