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Every Little Thing

03:41 min | 9 months ago

"every little" Discussed on Every Little Thing

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"every little" Discussed on Every Little Thing

Every Little Thing

06:45 min | 9 months ago

"every little" Discussed on Every Little Thing

"Bills yeah. So people could get their mail delivered to the post office. Or sometimes there'd be like a cluster of mailboxes at the end of a road but they didn't have home addresses and there are a lot of things that a person might wanna do that become very difficult. If you don't have that home you can't get credit. I mean it's very hard to open bank accounts in many places without a street address retry registering your children for school or voting. Really anything getting a driver's license all of these things. We connect quite intimately to identity and the way we prove identity is often showing that proof address right. Yeah and in some cases living in a place without an address can become a matter of life or death because as you can imagine without now dresses incredibly hard for an ambulance to find you. And i spoke to one ambulance driver for example. Who told me that they would be playing. Cat and mouse chase through the hollers. What do you mean a cat and mouse chase the liquid. They'd be on the phone. Yeah exactly on the phone. The dispatcher would be on the phone saying. Are we getting hotter. Are we getting colder. You know judging by the loudness of the sirens you know trying to locate where people were and This is no way to to try to find someone. Who's you know. Say having a stroke. Well that sounds like a nightmare especially if you were alone and you're like i'm just thinking about like if something happened to my kids and i couldn't leave them to go flag down an ambulance. Yeah that actually as we're talking about like freaks me out. I am liking my street address. More and more so this ambulance thing was one of the reasons that in two thousand one. The state of west virginia launched a project to assign a street name and number two every single place in the state. What that meant was that they had to come up with thousands of new street names. Oh my gosh that would be really difficult. I think is fun after five or ten. It's not fun after he gets hundreds of them so it wasn't a task that anybody i spoke to relish. Nobody likes this god-like task. Oh no this could go really poorly well. We will find out how it goes after the break. This episode is brought to you by direct. Tv stream introducing direct tv stream best of live tv and on demand. Which means you can get all your favorite sports movies and shows together so you can watch. New episodes of your favorite reality shows live or binge old episodes on demand. Either way get ready for some drama and the best part direct. Tv stream has no annual contract. Direct tv stream. Get your tv together at direct tv. Dot com requires high speed internet and compatible device. Content varies by package and location restrictions. Apply this episode is brought to you by three m three m has always been driven to improve lives with science and innovation. It's this forward thinking. 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I want everybody to address me like that from when we left off. The state of west virginia needed thousands of new street games. And since one of the reasons for this whole project was to make it easier to find people in an emergency. The job of coming up with all the names fell mostly to the local nine one one directors so these are not people in general who are who are inclined to be naming or clients for maps in particular. You know their job really was was managing emergency services so they really struggled right. I'd be like. I did not sign up for this life. There were a few rules that they had to follow first of all. There couldn't be any repeats so you know you could only have one elm street per area and make sense and they couldn't sound like any other streets that are already there so you couldn't have like elm with an extra m. And then they had to be short enough to fit on a street sign but in terms of inspiration. The neighbors were kind of on their own. I feel like you would run through like okay. What are the trees that i know of maple oak elm and then you would be like i'm done that's it that's all i know. Well it sounds like they tried everything some addressing coordinators. They spoke to said they would take phone books from trips to you know larger cities like charleston to borrow their street names or they would choose a theme like flowers or trees at one told me he had his assistant search travel websites for short simple names that would fit on a street sign. So actually. there's a neighborhood. That's very close to ours that their theme for all of their street names are like collegiate. So it's like professor avenue Freshman way sophomore lane. And i thought what an odd choice to to name everything like this and i kinda get it like you would totally run out of ideas right and i do like those are objectively. Lame names freshman. Avenue is pretty lame but at some point the names are just gonna right. I don't i do not blame them anymore. Yes they're off the hook and some of the street numbers in west. Virginia got desperate to they would get to a street look around and the first thing they happened to see became the street name. That's how beer can alley happened because they came across a big pile of beer cans leftover.

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Every Little Thing

04:50 min | 10 months ago

"every little" Discussed on Every Little Thing

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Every Little Thing

02:06 min | 10 months ago

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"every little" Discussed on Every Little Thing

Every Little Thing

07:18 min | 10 months ago

"every little" Discussed on Every Little Thing

"Expert. But i don't see how else it could happen. What date would you put on this alpine fairytale. It would have to be somewhere in the fourteen or fifteen hundreds like the renaissance. Exactly yes you have your galileo's and you have your mozzarella's so kurt we ran your question by a cheese historian and he loved it. Yeah that is the seminal question that you have to start with. How did this all begin. Who's the chiesa story. I am paul kingston. I'm a professor of food. Science here at the university of vermont and paul wrote a two hundred twenty five page book cheese and culture a history of cheese and its place in western civilization. it's a pretty compelling story that that cheese shaped large swaths of of humanity. He is very serious about cheese. If he were a cheese he'd be a hard cheese. Kurt your guess is that the primordial cheese was born five hundred years ago in switzerland. Yep you're off by about ten thousand years. Whoa paul says. The story of cheese begins around eight thousand bc in the fertile crescent northern iraq and southern turkey today and history is a little bit murky because this is long before writing. There ain't no records but we do know this cheeses basically curdled. Milk and different. Things can do the curdling lake. Animal rennet will do it but so will the bacteria that are naturally in the milk and other words where there is milk. There might be cheese. I like that saying and apparently there was plenty of milk by eight thousand b c. You have all the big three sheep. Goats and cattle. All being raised for milk production. But here's the curdle in the story. Paul says at this time. Most adults were lactose intolerant. And so what were. The neolithic people doing collecting milk when most of the population couldn't shrink it. There's evidence that they were feeding the milk to babies to supplement breast milk and paul's version of the alpine fairytale. Is that at some point. Some milk spoiled and instead of throwing it out. Some adventurous eater tried occurred. Yes that's a hypothesis did she's back then taste the same. It would have been very tart. Very sour. very acidic spreadable think about a goat's milk chevra. Have you ever encountered that. And she's at the month club. Yes i've had. The chevra primitive cheese probably would've tasted like that. But when do we get the smoking gun evidence for cheese. That comes when people learn to write. Some of the earliest writings were about cheese when humans gained the ability to make their thoughts permanent. What did they write about cheese. Missile in clay cuneiform tablets that have been recovered from three thousand bc. Lots of written records and was clear from the writings that she's making was incredibly sophisticated. I'm gonna sleep so well tonight knowing that my love of cheese is as ancient as writing. Well i'm not sure your love of cheese is exactly like their love cheese. Okay do you wanna guess what. The first cheese writing was like i would. I would write a recipe down. That's very g. rated of you. Kurt oh no oh yes. Oh no where are we going. There's nothing new under the sun. putting that way. Oh no you're gonna ruin cheese for me. So we just mailed you a sumerian poem about the goddess in nana take a look. I cannot believe that we're going to have an x. Rated conversation about cheese is. That's what's is that. What's going to happen. i would say it's more of a reading. Okay says nana song yeah Okay here we go make your milk sweet and thick make your milk sweet and thick. My bridegroom my shepherd. I will drink your fresh milk. Wild bull do muzy make your milk sweet and thick. Let the milk of the goat flow in my sheep fold. What is a metaphorical sheep. Fold in three thousand. I guess oh crap here. We go film film my holy. Fill my holy churn with honey cheese. I can't get through. I did not expect this call to go. Take a turn like this. I know it's surprising. Have it really was surprising. Fill my holy churn with honey cheese. That's it that was really the capstone for us. That's when i stopped reading. That's incredible that. Is you know what that just that just confirms to me that you can. you can take you just. I don't even know what to say. Clearly from that. Reading cheese is more to people than a delicious appetizer. it's revered. It's a symbol of fertility and life. Cheese gets tied up with religion and sumer cheese was a common aspect of religious practice of of sacrifice in the great temples in the mythology that gets written down to institutionalize the religious practices. These deities loved cheese cheese gets imported into religions all over the world hindu religion military cheese is is life. it's sacred and egyptian religion. Milk is sacred the cow sacred. There's even evidence of cheese being used in rituals at stonehenge. Maybe stonehenge was just a cheese market. Wow so many questions. So i would love to ask why. Why is she so important that you offer it to the gods or make it holy. This is how paul certain that protein fat minerals vitamins. Calories cheese is life keys is being stacked it alters and sacrificed to the gods because it's a superfood by this time most adults can digest dairy and people have figured out how to preserve cheese. Didn't take much all yet. Do is salt and dry it and son it lasts forever. Cheese is high nutrient high-calorie portable and storable. It was worth. It's weight far more than gold. You know it was precious. Who knows what the world would be like if if it hadn't been for cheese though kurt. That is.

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Every Little Thing

07:39 min | 10 months ago

"every little" Discussed on Every Little Thing

"Bizarre i mean there's calvin coolidge had two lion cubs a donkey gu's I think the craziest is eisenhower. President eisenhower got a four hundred forty pound baby forest elephants but he ended up giving it to the national zoo. That's the right call. I think so too after the break. How the commander in chief gets his combos and cheese. It's and what happens. When first families fight there are some people who have been let go because they just couldn't discreetly exit the room. This episode is brought to you by edward jones lately. It's been hard to think about the future especially when there's so much going on in the presence but helping you achieve a better future is the guiding principle behind edward jones. Their nineteen thousand financial advisors worked to provide you with the individualized answers and attention. You need right now. Whether it's online by phone or in person as offices gradually reopened edward jones financial advisers listened to understand. 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And i'm just really curious about how the president and first lady make requests for meals and fact and groceries and logistics of how all of that works 'cause obviously he's probably not the wouldn't ordering or picking up any of that stuff himself. Well there's actually someone in charge of that and the person who i interviewed named bill. Hamilton was there for decades. he's retired. He's one of the longest serving people to work in the white house and he was the one that was in charge of getting the food for the family. You would go to a supermarket and he wouldn't tell me which one in an unmarked secret service. Dan low so he's going to get bananas he just puts it in a car like anybody else. You never know in washington if you're If you're gonna be grocery shopping with the person bringing food back for the the president and his family. You might have squeezed mellon to test it. That later ended up on the president's plate. Exactly exactly true. It's kinda crazy. It's the seems like kind of a dream that you could have You know you you have this someone going to shop for you. Make this food for you. and then is it all just free if you live in house no and that is a real myth the family. When they're eating alone they have to pay for their own food or when they have guests over like when the kids have friends over they pay for everything and they see that bill President kennedy was like obsessed with the the milk bill for some reason. Jackie with tell the c. Fester were not nearly as rich as you might think you know. Of course they were. Yeah rosalyn carter would ask for leftovers because it's it can be really expensive. So who makes the menu. Then who's deciding what the first family eats while the chef. She's the one who's planning out these meals. It's currently christina. She has been there since two thousand five. She's the first woman. And the first person of asian descent to have this job and then it's the social secretary telling the first lady you know. Here's the menu. Unusually on sunday nights that they get the menu for the rest of the week And they approve it or not And they like things you know. Some first ladies and presidents are really into healthy eating like the clintons hired a chef that was using like very fresh ingredients and then this chef was then fired by george w bush because he wanted peanut butter and honey sandwiches so it just depends on the on the person it's interesting you have these people who you know. They work under george w bush and then obama and then trump. So they have these bosses. I guess who have these totally different. Political philosophies approaches to what america should be and they're able to survive those changes but when it comes to like what somebody likes for a snack. That's what could get you fired. That's true and that's what keeps them up at night is that they work at the pleasure of the president and they can be fired on like a complete women and people have been you know I mean there are some stories that i love that. Aren't that surprising nancy. Reagan getting so angry. That some of her limos you know porcelain eggs were broken and she would screaming about it at the head housekeeper and it was such a big deal that they started to photographs every room so that when they would do a deep clean of the rooms they would be able to point to where everything was so that if anything was at a place they could defend it. Hi i'm digging into a pint of ben and jerry's ice cream right now and it got me thinking about the white house and the number of times that i have a food craving and it's seven eight nine o'clock at night and i don't follow through on that food crazy because of the inconvenience of having to drive to town but then i realized if you lived in the white house can they just get anything whenever they want it so they do have a kitchen upstairs on the second floor if they wanna make something or if they have a craving they can call downstairs to the chef and get whatever they want or. If it's three in the morning they can go and like get a cookie from the kitchen kind of thing and each family has their different you know cravings like hillary clinton loves. This chocolate mocha cake and when she was having a really bad day she would call the pastry chef and ask for the chocolate mocha cake. When when hillary clinton wanted the chocolate mocha cake was everybody's like she asked the cake. Stay out of Yeah they knew. It was a hard day for her when she was asking for that cake. What happens what does everybody do when the president and the first lady are having a fight oh they get out of there.

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Every Little Thing

02:01 min | 11 months ago

"every little" Discussed on Every Little Thing

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Every Little Thing

03:00 min | 11 months ago

"every little" Discussed on Every Little Thing

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Every Little Thing

05:47 min | 1 year ago

"every little" Discussed on Every Little Thing

"Invited kills another having bar. That's right And remember. I told you that the hummingbird bills and flowers co evolved. Well that's why allah hundreds discovery so surprising because he's weaponized. Beaks seemed to make it harder hummingbirds the feed from flowers not easier so a hundreds hypothesis. Is that this is all still about flowers. It's just a different payoff. So if you've got a good face weapon he can keep other birds turf. If there's another birds around he had to keep a sweet victory. Thirst repsol yourself. You were not realize the axes to a large group of flowers. You still can get nectar even if you do it. Worse than let's say females or early speeches. You can take your time like you can be lousy feeding because you have all the flowers you like to you. Basically they're volleying better weapons basically. Yeah does what we're fighting on. We are both finding evidence in their morphology so in the details of what these things look like at the very micro level but zone their behavior so the way they fight that they wait. They confronted children. They actually use of these things. Yeah so like weaponized your be they can take your time and chill and enjoy your nectar. Exactly and i guess that really is the lesson here. A good weapons better than a straw. So so do you think. Are you worried. They going to start like stabbing everyone taking the world. You're save but they do know where the food comes from. I was setting hummingbird seen in brazil in these like plays in which the owner have been having feeders or over twenty years. I was hiring breakfast inside. And i started hearing Like knocking on the door on the window. And then i turn around. And there was a hummingbird like shutting the window. I told the owner and then he said you know very casually like only for the to feel feeder in that corner. And i was like what you say. The yeah they let me know when they are they run out of food and it's like wow. This is really. What's happening is impressive. Whenever we go outside and a hummingbird will dislike. Come right at you and it's like. Oh i forgot to feed the feeder and they definitely respond more to my dad because he. He's someone who consistently feeds them and they'll go right up to his face to a point where he's like. I'm glad i'm wearing glasses. Poke my i'll okay michaela. I think that we have answered all of your questions. Except for why. You want to know whether you're doing the right thing putting out feeders in the winter or whether you relate somehow playing humming god is right. Yes yup the big question and the hunter said think of it as a way of giving back so since human got here hummingbirds have lost a lot so back then there were natural flowers in the environment that we just wiped out and then just build houses and roads everything on top of it. How i see. It is that putting feeders and planting flowers. that are humber. Family is sort of like giving back. Some of those resources is hard for us to three eight the new reserve in the middle of the city but given the possibility to largest kale than we can consider doing the in motive scale Bike yards if you have a bunch of flowers and you're surely going to have a hummingbird that decides that's home. That is honestly the answer. I was really hoping for. But that's great. Convene from alejandro classiest alejandro which you s professor gruza good english implicit versus preliminaries. If you've got a question you can't find the answer and you googled it you've duct up and you've asked your friends families coworkers the front by your deity. Well then we are here for you. Call.

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Every Little Thing

08:41 min | 1 year ago

"every little" Discussed on Every Little Thing

"That was really good so you wanted to know how often they need to eat well. Instead of hummingbirds we should call them am naming birds because need a lot of food to stay afloat the expand energy at an incredible rate. The energy expenditure is one of the highest in nature because the way of locomotion that they have level is the most expensive of all. Okay and so. Here's what one hundred means by locomotion think of the hummingbirds at your feeder. And how they move around when they fly they don't just go in one direction like forward they go forward backwards up down sideways and then sometimes just dead stop in mid air staying in one place route. Flyers hovering and that's sustained hollering is unique to hummingbirds. How i mean birds are high-powered machines. Nature's little droughts. They are like drones. They even make the drone southbound. Okay so i'm going to describe the way they move a little more because a so different. From what other birds do i ready. So put your arms out to your sides pumps down okay. Now you pretend their wings and pretend you're bird you know a singing bird. Tweety bird a hummingbird catch a perfect right so when he slapped them down. You're pushing air down and then pushing. That are down helps. Keep you up in the air flying around looking for bmw's the poupon. Yes correct but hummingbirds don't just push down. They also push it up if you could slow down the motion. It looks almost like they're making figure eights with each wing. Can you imagine that flap yarn. But instead do the figure. Eight forward and backward. Yeah yeah so. It's almost like treading water. When you're swimming exactly yes yes. You can definitely try that next time. You're in the water. Try that and you'll feel like how member except for. I have all the support of that water so next time. I'm falling out of a tree. I should try now. Imagine doing that up to you. Know like forty fifty times per second so is a lot of energy. That's tiring yeah can't you. May you may put your so. That specialized locomotion right the treading air and flying so fast can barely see them. All of that takes a ton of fuel you sort of like a race car so you have a very powerful engine but to keep that purple djing going. You need to come back to the pedes and refueling. Hummingbirds pits is every single flower. That they visit right like fuel here. Fear here. you're here and they keep going all right. So let's say we're living in a world of feeders right. How many flower visits do they make day so these are not different flowers but it could be you know between a thousand to two thousand visits per day so you might not having to to go to gaza station on review two thousand times a day. It's almost like spending all of your gas in your car to drive to the next gestation right. That's a lot of singing for your supper. They're flying to feed justified more. Yeah yeah and so if it takes this much energy to hover. Why bother i mean. Yeah hundred says hummingbirds started hovering because it gave them an advantage or generally old plans where pollinated by insects then hummingbirds game in order to get that sugar sauce hummingbirds started buying little less like birds and a little more like bugs. Usually when you see a humber putting flower is hard to see any branches around them on especially you know Like strong enough to support their weight. In order to feed on the flowers you have to holler. that's the best way to get the nectar. They could you know try to hang from it but it would be pretty awkward hanging upside down and especially given the fact that hummingbirds have tiny legs. Also so that's another big Having tiny tiny legs like when when they're flying you cannot even see them. You know you can barely to the and those are their legs but they needed to hold her on hollering then. It became very expensive. It's expensive hovering uses lots and lots of energy so for these nectar inspectors every pit stop is precious so precious their beaks evolved into perfect sugar. Strauss and because hummingbirds are such good pollinators. Flowers evolved right along with them. They off to make it easier for birds to get but also to keep the insects out the flowers they are just keeping the other insects that are you know like less good of apponator away. They're just offering the resource to hummingbirds. So you get a very narrow entrance in which be for. Instance cannot feed through. But i've seen Bill can no fat little bumble bee fit. I know i hate to kill you. Because i can just imagine like a be getting stuck in the winnie the pooh where he gets stuck halfway in the hole. And then this little like cute little bumblebee but sticking out right with an jar of honey that analogy works better than i need to be hummingbirds of avoided that compromising position by keeping their disproportionately large is on the next reprise. A hummingbird beach shaped has it will increase ways. We their flower shape and there are crazy examples like the sequel bill. Hamburgers have the most curve bills that way they're not gonna. Bill is like very sharply curved. When you look at the flowers from is exactly that so is logical to think that these modifications in the bill deep could be matching the flowers that the usually visit so the beaks of all the flowers up to a point up to a very very sharp point from yes bill. Thank you and we will tell you all about it. After the break you would never guess that's right. You'd guess it was a medieval nightmare. This episode is brought to you by ziprecruiter. 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Every Little Thing

07:04 min | 2 years ago

"every little" Discussed on Every Little Thing

"But they built in some cases quite large structures picture mammoth bones dance and of course the ribs are huge right so they can use all those rib bones and they also built fences around to using the bone probably to keep all the predators phone fences to did they have like bones bones streetlamps and bone cobblestone roasts no but they had kilns but again there are no trees so you know what they burned. And I'm gonNA give you one. Guess what you burn. If not trees we're GONNA find Out after the break. My Name is Dr Alexander Sachs I. I'm a psychiatrist. And the host of the Gimblett Podcast Motherhood sessions which is back for a second season each episode. I sit down with women who've come in with a question or a problem and we work on it together. When was last time you tax? I think it was like two years ago. I just I feel like the sexual part of me. He is just doesn't exist anymore. You can listen to the new season of mother had sessions for free on spotify or wherever you get your podcast. Okay Lauren. We're back. What's your gas on their fuel source? You can burn bones bones you burn bones. They actually burned bone as their fuel source. Wow who knew about if I'd builders. Oh Oh boy. That's the appropriate response to that joke. I I know we're not going to have an image of a bone home but I would kill to see that coming your away really. That is so cool. It's like a tent made out of bone for now. How much of this picture is true? Flora you're making me question everything. Yes we've done our job Okay First Round Grotto Guy. Truth or lie is true K.. People did live in caves but not exclusively. They lived other places to you next question. Let's hit the clubs. You're GonNa Bust that myth for me. Clubs are clubs would be a no clubs going to the Cave of forgotten dreams. I'm shocked I mean you'd think of it's like the the easiest tool that cave person would be able to access quickly. No they were much more sophisticated than that. This is our our assumptions working against us. It's true yeah I'm kind of operating under these biases that have been handed down to me. So here's what you should picture instead in this bog in Germany. They actually actually found wooden spears. That had preserved for four hundred thousand years which is crazy those were neanderthals. Of course they were fire. Hardening the tips to make them more effective weapons so these are not like club carrying grunting punched kind of caveman image. I mean these guys were already using fire to modify things. That's pretty cool woah. Let's talk about caveman cuisine Yes what did they eat. I picture giant racks of ribs. That would tip over there. Caveman cars allowed Fred Flintstone again. Exactly here's a Melanie said. I don't know what the NFL portion size would be but there are some indicators that they had really high caloric requirements because they were so muscular and so massive so some interpretations of the halls have caloric requirements that are as high as like seven thousand thousand miles per day which is like more than like toured. France cyclists eats like a day while they are competing in the Tour de France. Seven thousand per day. That's like a week's worth of calories for some people. So how many calories would Woolly mammoth rigby. The calories probably depends on how you cook it. That's true. Yeah I don't know if they'd woolly mammoth sauces back then. It's the sauce. That's always. What gets US calories up? It's good to know that something in the flintstones was maybe kind of true mammoth ribs yet. It's decided they gigantic rex ribs. Okay next up clothing. Yeah I really want to know about these one shoulder for addresses and for kilts that we see all the time they did where I for sure of but you know by fifty thousand years ago. We have evidence bone needles so yes for addresses but maybe more sophisticated than that up in a and cave upon a mountain in Georgia the found evidence of woven flax thread from thirty to thirty four thousand years years ago. which is crazy? Because we didn't know that they could. We've thread right. And they had died it different colors. Including so you've got your grease and your blacks. They also had turquoise and Pink Pink Caveman close. That's awesome. Oh that makes me really happy. Are you caving anything else. I've learned so much it. It sort of exceeds. What my expectations were they actually so much cooler and so much better than what I think? Are you tossing your old. Caveman caricature into the bone heap of history. Absolutely what ally history is as Melanie said. That's a good thing to keep in mind in human evolutionary studies. We have the evidence that we have and we can make the interpretations that were capable capable of making in a scientifically justifiable way. But they don't come anywhere near answering all the questions. People actually want answered about human evolution like they want to know the carry clubs and what they're close look so somebody had to make that judgment call. You know you see this in Dioramas you see this. The WAX figures in paintings. These are all things we have absolutely no evidence for for that you have to come up with some solution for because otherwise you can't flush it out in a way that's going to draw people in. I'm glad I know I feel like I need to get the word out about what the truth is about cave people now. They were much smarter than I think we give them. Credit for we have been selling cavemen short. I agree. Aw thanks for the great question. Lauren thank you appreciate it. If you have a question question you cannot find an answer to give us a call. Eight three three ring yield eight three three ring. Yeltsi every little thing is produced by emily foreman BB Flanagan Annette Heist and Flora Lichtman with help from Nicole Pursue Asuka. Doug Baron Leo Grainger and Ruth Eddie Our consulting editors are caitlyn Kenny and whore hey just scored Lord and mixed by Dara Hirsch B._C.. Bone Holcombe Goodbye..

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Every Little Thing

07:04 min | 2 years ago

"every little" Discussed on Every Little Thing

"But they built in some cases quite large structures picture mammoth bones dance and of course the ribs are huge right so they can use all those rib bones and they also built fences around to using the bone probably to keep all the predators phone fences to did they have like bones bones streetlamps and bone cobblestone roasts no but they had kilns but again there are no trees so you know what they burned. And I'm gonNA give you one. Guess what you burn. If not trees we're GONNA find Out after the break. My Name is Dr Alexander Sachs I. I'm a psychiatrist. And the host of the Gimblett Podcast Motherhood sessions which is back for a second season each episode. I sit down with women who've come in with a question or a problem and we work on it together. When was last time you tax? I think it was like two years ago. I just I feel like the sexual part of me. He is just doesn't exist anymore. You can listen to the new season of mother had sessions for free on spotify or wherever you get your podcast. Okay Lauren. We're back. What's your gas on their fuel source? You can burn bones bones you burn bones. They actually burned bone as their fuel source. Wow who knew about if I'd builders. Oh Oh boy. That's the appropriate response to that joke. I I know we're not going to have an image of a bone home but I would kill to see that coming your away really. That is so cool. It's like a tent made out of bone for now. How much of this picture is true? Flora you're making me question everything. Yes we've done our job Okay First Round Grotto Guy. Truth or lie is true K.. People did live in caves but not exclusively. They lived other places to you next question. Let's hit the clubs. You're GonNa Bust that myth for me. Clubs are clubs would be a no clubs going to the Cave of forgotten dreams. I'm shocked I mean you'd think of it's like the the easiest tool that cave person would be able to access quickly. No they were much more sophisticated than that. This is our our assumptions working against us. It's true yeah I'm kind of operating under these biases that have been handed down to me. So here's what you should picture instead in this bog in Germany. They actually actually found wooden spears. That had preserved for four hundred thousand years which is crazy those were neanderthals. Of course they were fire. Hardening the tips to make them more effective weapons so these are not like club carrying grunting punched kind of caveman image. I mean these guys were already using fire to modify things. That's pretty cool woah. Let's talk about caveman cuisine Yes what did they eat. I picture giant racks of ribs. That would tip over there. Caveman cars allowed Fred Flintstone again. Exactly here's a Melanie said. I don't know what the NFL portion size would be but there are some indicators that they had really high caloric requirements because they were so muscular and so massive so some interpretations of the halls have caloric requirements that are as high as like seven thousand thousand miles per day which is like more than like toured. France cyclists eats like a day while they are competing in the Tour de France. Seven thousand per day. That's like a week's worth of calories for some people. So how many calories would Woolly mammoth rigby. The calories probably depends on how you cook it. That's true. Yeah I don't know if they'd woolly mammoth sauces back then. It's the sauce. That's always. What gets US calories up? It's good to know that something in the flintstones was maybe kind of true mammoth ribs yet. It's decided they gigantic rex ribs. Okay next up clothing. Yeah I really want to know about these one shoulder for addresses and for kilts that we see all the time they did where I for sure of but you know by fifty thousand years ago. We have evidence bone needles so yes for addresses but maybe more sophisticated than that up in a and cave upon a mountain in Georgia the found evidence of woven flax thread from thirty to thirty four thousand years years ago. which is crazy? Because we didn't know that they could. We've thread right. And they had died it different colors. Including so you've got your grease and your blacks. They also had turquoise and Pink Pink Caveman close. That's awesome. Oh that makes me really happy. Are you caving anything else. I've learned so much it. It sort of exceeds. What my expectations were they actually so much cooler and so much better than what I think? Are you tossing your old. Caveman caricature into the bone heap of history. Absolutely what ally history is as Melanie said. That's a good thing to keep in mind in human evolutionary studies. We have the evidence that we have and we can make the interpretations that were capable capable of making in a scientifically justifiable way. But they don't come anywhere near answering all the questions. People actually want answered about human evolution like they want to know the carry clubs and what they're close look so somebody had to make that judgment call. You know you see this in Dioramas you see this. The WAX figures in paintings. These are all things we have absolutely no evidence for for that you have to come up with some solution for because otherwise you can't flush it out in a way that's going to draw people in. I'm glad I know I feel like I need to get the word out about what the truth is about cave people now. They were much smarter than I think we give them. Credit for we have been selling cavemen short. I agree. Aw thanks for the great question. Lauren thank you appreciate it. If you have a question question you cannot find an answer to give us a call. Eight three three ring yield eight three three ring. Yeltsi every little thing is produced by emily foreman BB Flanagan Annette Heist and Flora Lichtman with help from Nicole Pursue Asuka. Doug Baron Leo Grainger and Ruth Eddie Our consulting editors are caitlyn Kenny and whore hey just scored Lord and mixed by Dara Hirsch B._C.. Bone Holcombe Goodbye..

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Every Little Thing

06:07 min | 3 years ago

"every little" Discussed on Every Little Thing

"Fork. So when did this change it's hard to pinpoint the exact first time a fork went into a mouth, but there's evidence of forks being used for dining in the sixth century in Byzantium that's modern day Turkey, but they were only used in certain situations early forks Riveria closely associated with women and with courtesans and with refined behavior they were made of iron about four inches long with two prongs and was meant not so much for eating as for spearing, very specific foods, Nicole, do you want to take a guess witch, very specific foods this early fork was used for I you know, I used to be a waitress at a steak restaurant, and we would be instructed to provide a very specific kind of fork with escargot aka snail. Is that the right answer? Snail's now what oh crap. Well, you're on the right track. The early forks were designed for gooey item. What we call today sweetmeats candied, fruits and nuts and things like that. And in Byzantium, there's quite a bit of evidence that forks were in pretty widespread use among elite women who didn't want to duty their fingers on the sticky candied fruits, and so they had tiny little forks, and they speared those suite mates with them. Nicole? The first dining fork was a candy fork. I'm going to try that next time like sour patch kids out eat that with a fork for sure I feel like there should be a restaurant that does that candy for q. I like four q. Forget about it. That's pretty good. So this was the transformation point where forks started to be used for eating. But then how did the fork go from just being for fancy women and their candied nuts and fruits to being in practically every household in many, many countries, we have a fancy woman to thank and her trip to Italy. The sort of origin myth of the fork coming to allay is that in the eleventh century the Princess of Byzantium, married. The dough J of Venice and she brought her glamorous candy fork with her it's probably had some beautiful semiprecious gems on the handles, very delicately rocked. How do you think Italians reacted to this exquisite candy spear? I feel like. It would seem more like a hairbrush. It would seem more like a Dingell hopper than it would a kitchen utensil. I think they would be confused. They were more than confused. It was seen as the tool of the devil. Yeah. Yeah. Who's behind this message? That the fork is bad the church. It was the Catholic church you consorting with the devil. If you were using this implement which distance you from your food and therefore from God. Wow. That is so beyond dramatic than I would ever have guessed. I know we need to chew it's just a four. The rationale for why the fork was not to be trusted was threefold. First God made your hands for eating. So what do you think? You're you're too good to use your hands. That was one problem. Second the fork looked like devil's horns or a tiny version of Lucifer's pitchfork that didn't help matters. And then third there is Zena phobia problem the four came from the east and people were suspicious, nevertheless, the fork persisted as the four developed and got more times, it became a more useful implements so wasn't just for spearing one kind of food. You could actually do a little bit of scooping with it. And scoop they did by the eighteen hundreds the fork had largely overcome its PR problem in Europe. It was a fashionable luxury item by them. But in America, it was a different story. Ooh, we'll hear about that. After the. Jake. This episode of every little thing is brought to you by ZipRecruiter. Hiring is challenging, but there's a place you can go where hiring is fast and simple of place where businesses can connect to qualified candidates. They call that place. Ziprecruiter dot com slash E. L T ZipRecruiter sends your job to over one hundred of the web's leading job boards, but they don't stop there. Oh, ZipRecruiter uses powerful matching technology to skin thousands of resumes to find people with the right experience. And then invites them to apply to your job as the applications role in ZipRecruiter analyzes each one and highlights the top candidates. So you never miss a great match right now yield t listeners can try ZipRecruiter for free. But only if you go to this very special web address, ZipRecruiter dot com slash Yeltsi, say with me. Ziprecruiter dot com slash L. T one more time ZipRecruiter dot com slash E. L T. Ziprecruiter, the smartest way to hire. This episode of every little thing is brought to you by borough.

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Every Little Thing

05:44 min | 3 years ago

"every little" Discussed on Every Little Thing

"Along. So Gladys his job was to Rev up the crowd between innings to get people amped. She would play the billboard hot one hundred of the day. Feel in pumped. This was before the days of rock and roll. So you're talking about you know, on the charts would have been like probably a lot of Bing Crosby show tunes. Does kinda certified bangers baseball organise kept playing and playing and playing and playing for the next thirty years. It does not evolve with the times. Robert you wanted to know how organs got to baseball stadiums. Yes. But you might ask. How did they stay there? Because by the seventies the organ was falling out of favor. The country was climbing the stairway to heaven while the organ was stuck in tin. Pan alley the organ was in danger of becoming irrelevant. I was thinking like it's the bottom of the ninth and the home team is down a few goals or runs. That's the situation the organism, but then a slugger steps up to the tiny white square and changes the game forever. Mansi faust. Chicago White Sox organist that was the seismic shift really was not until Nancy came along in nineteen seventy at the age of twenty three and updated the repertoire and was young and hip and all of a sudden huge swath of young fans were like, this is cool. This is great Nancy Faust perfected the organs role at baseball games. She used it for commentary for jokes for razzing opposing players. Josh has a word for this crimson criminal the line that divides whimsical from cruel if you can land right on criminal. That's the perfect spot and Nancy could she came onto the baseball, Oregon scene and left. It all shook up the same way that the popular music landscape was not the same after Elvis appeared is what Nancy did to this much. Smaller much more niche, John rea- of live baseballer music. Nancy Faust is the Elvis of baseball organ music. Yeah. You could say that. She's the and good news. Robert, this Elvis is also still alive, and we're gonna meet her after the break for a walk. I would do this. Do you need a seventh inning stretch? Absolutely. What should we do? The always get a beer. I mean, it's eleven seven AM here. This. Every little thing is brought to you by squarespace with squarespace. You can create a beautiful website without knowing anything about coating, which is good because coding is hard. And no one knows that better than Kurt Melby. He's a software engineer here Gimblett Kirk. What is the most nightmarish thing about coding? Okay. So for example, colors, you're doing it can heck's additional and you're specifying the red green and the blue valley. So you have to literally either look it up online or estimate how much red how much blue green you need to mix together to make the color that you want. We're just talking about the color of my website, just the color. Well, this gets us to y you might wanna have squarespace I would use visit just to make a simple asleep. Even though I know how to go because it takes a long time. Make it's really time consuming. Sign up for a free trial at squarespace dot com slash E, L T. And when you're ready to launch us the offer code. Lt to save ten percent off your first purchase of a website, or domain. This episode of every little thing is brought to you by the makers of Hillshire snacking, small plates of flavorful combination of high quality meats, and our Tizzano cheeses, one of their most popular pairings is at talion dry salami with natural Gouda cheese. This led me to ask our editor for hey, a question as timeless as cured meats. Why don't they have Salamis the have for one? Like, yeah. Like a salami is just too complex to try to find the right pairings. Exactly. I mean, there's so much you want to go to school for five ten years find you can become a some lay. But she's at twenty twenty five thirty years to invest, then you become a soul. You don't need to invest three decades studying the intricacies of meat and cheese parings because each Hillshire snacking small plate is perfectly portioned and thoughtfully curated for you. There are more than a dozen varieties of Hillshire snacking small plates to choose from from wine infused salami with white cheddar cheese to hod Calabrese salami with natural Gouda consider one for your next snack break and see why they're called a snack above look for Hillshire snacking small plates in your grocery store or at Hillshire snacking dot com. This episode of every little thing is brought to you by Uber rewards on new rewards program from here's how it works. Once she sign up. You'll start earning points for every eligible dollar spent on over trips or Uber eats whether you're just starting out or you take Uber trips everywhere, you can wreck up points and benefits at each membership level with Uber cash for

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Every Little Thing

07:26 min | 3 years ago

"every little" Discussed on Every Little Thing

"This episode of every little thing is brought to you by the makers of Hillshire snacking small plates high-quality meat. Artisanal cheese each is perfectly portioned and thoughtfully curated look for Hillshire snacking small plates in your grocery store or at Hillshire snacking dot com. This episode of every little thing is brought to you by Spotify. Spotify has more than one hundred and fifty thousand podcasts and with many of the world's most popular self improvement shows, you can learn how to balance a budget, balance, your diet, and even learn how to feel balanced while meditating so start off the year, right? Start listening to podcasts on Spotify. You've reached the every little thing helpline, please leave your very likeable in stickle message after the beep. Hi, I just went in the post office to get myself new stance. And I was wondering how do you stamps come to be? That's Laura from LT, Laura. Are you aflaid A-List? Am I what if later? You're saying. The way too low. It sounds like. Almost sexual in some ways. It's a word. That captures the love between a human and a stamp. I'm not comfortable using this where from here on. You got it. That's going to be rule number one in this conversation. No more lately. Philately aside. Would you consider yourself a stamp freak? I definitely like had Sam collection as a kid like the whole soak the envelope. Get the little stamp. I just I love letters. And I love writing letters. I pay Omay bills over the mail to you. Yes. I am a committed stand Miller. How often do you would you say you go to the post office? Every other week when you walk into the postal employees like ring a bell. You're like Elizabeth's here. We're not we're not that level yet for they think by the time. I'm like forty five we'll be there. What is your favorite stamp of all time solar eclipse one because you've got to head the imprint to see the moon when you touched it. Oh, yes. The heat activated stamp. I bought like legit twenty booklets. So I've been using those your have have twenty booklets like how many Samsa are we talking about? I think each book has twenty so four hundred. It would take me. A lifetime to go through four hundred stamps. They also did these sick incandescent like deep sea creatures last year? We think that a lot of people use the adjective sick to describe stamps. I mean, we should that stay there's signers behind these artists on these that are putting so much hard work into these totally on credited. What do you want to know? I want to know how a stamp comes to be how're stamps for our students for do. You think there's a grand stamp master who dreams up all the new stance. If there is a Sar is they're they're the stamp czar. I will change my whole path because that is a dream job. I hope you're ready to uproot your entire life because that dream job exists. There is a Mr. stamp, man. Oh my God. Hi, how are you? This is Bill Gaither. I basically oversee every aspect of the stamp development process. I'm so excited is your pulse racing. Who is this guy? Phil is in charge of stamp creation at the postal service. But no stamp man is an island co ideas for stamps come from somewhere else. Step one. We'll start with the suggestions from the public people right in with their ideas, and with their desires can anyone submit a stamp idea. Or anyone I'm gonna new the address Elizabeth we're going to give you more than the address we want you to have the best chance of getting your dream stamp on an envelope. That is awesome. And Bill Edison on what the postal service is looking for in new stamp suggestions. So while you think about your submission, keep in mind, these do's and don'ts. So what we try to do is represent the the best of the country like the USA greatest hits sort of. Yes. People places things and events that make us what we are. That's sweet. So if I wanted to write a letter, let's say in honor of the ice. Sunday. Could I submit that or does it have to be a person the ice cream Sunday was on a stamp not too long ago? God I'm so late to the game. But so on target Bill says mass appeal will help your cause pretty stamps so stamps that are pleasing and don't send too much of a message. Elizabeth you wanna guess, what stamp sells the best landmarks? I'm sure landmarks are in general pretty agreeable, very close. The American flag is still the top selling stamp, billions and billions sold. The American flag is the McDonald's hamburger of postage stamps any variation of it or one in particular they release a new American flag every year, no way. So here's what the the postal service doesn't want your family members. So drifts must have national appeal. It doesn't matter. How awesome uncle Bob is unless he hit a national impact. No other no nos disasters national tragedies. Will not show guns. We try to avoid nudity at all cost. Elizabeth keep a G rated. We will not show cigarettes. What about pipes know? It's we try to have stamps be a smoke free zone. What about alcohol? No. We would probably try to avoid that as well. Have you had any situations where you had to like sanitize someone a little bit? One example is Bette Davis. We had a very famous photograph of her that we used as the premise for her stamp. But in the photograph, she was wearing a fur coat and smoking a cigarette. So in the final painting there was no cigarette in her hand and the for had been kind of given a reddish tint, so that it wouldn't be automatically necessarily a real for just out of you know, respect to those nex everywhere there, we go. Elizabeth I want you to see this stamp. Tell me if you think it looks natural. Okay. Got it. I'm looking at the stamp. It's it's kind of Larry because her her fingers are clearly in the I'm holding a cigarette position. It's like a lobster glove. Yeah. Does she use her two fingers like pincers Bette Davis? Like, we never knew that she actually uses her hand like lobster claws list. But he Davis.

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Every Little Thing

05:24 min | 3 years ago

"every little" Discussed on Every Little Thing

"Things fast. Like one sale a day is good. When you're signed Bank. Sees I was also reading that the English style of auctioning is traditionally slower. That's right. Yeah. That's right. What are the fastest auctions those Cadillac Shamir's car nears? They can be rapid fire. I have several friends who are car auction ears. They may they may do four or five sales a week. You know, they go in their cell starts at ten. Let's just use round numbers. Their sale starts at ten. They sell a hundred and fifty units, and they're they're through in an hour and a half junior who's the hottest ticket when it comes to car auctioners. I'll tell you what look look. I don't know Shane see if you can look Shane Ratliff are AT L. I F F car auctioneer. Here's Shane Ratliff. Let's see if he's he's looks like he's maybe teaching. Let's see if this is right. Oh my gosh. Whoa. I don't know what he's selling. But I wanna buy it. Yeah. See what I mean? Shane is probably one of the best. If not the best automobile auction ear ever junior. Can you understand what he's saying? I can I can break it down a little bit. But I'd have to listen to it. If you times to figure out exactly where it was that because I'm not a professional buyer. Also, the people buying or professionals to they're able to make out what he's saying. Yeah, it's amazing that it's this language that only these, you know, this very select group of people can understand. You're exactly right junior. Are you selling to professional buyers in your auctions? No in the states and things like that. In most cases, we're dealing with somebody who might be attending their first auction. I mean, I've got a little lady sitting on the front row with blue hair who who is attending this auction because she was in a Sunday school class with the deceased person that I'm having the auction for and she won't some piece of that lady's life some piece of her collection. She's never been to an auction before. If I get up Muhammed. I mean, that's exactly what it's going to sound like to hurt. So it's very important that, you know, ma'am, ten minute fifteen hundred fifteen known, ma'am. Would you give me twenty? I may even stop and say, ma'am, you're out would you give me twenty dollars. I may carry on just a regular conversation with her and when she nods her little blue haired head up and down and says, yes, I will and that go back to the other bar, would you give twenty-five bam. Now. Would you give thirty? So I'm doing my job. If I do that if I'm getting up there, and I'm just a lot of and everybody's looking at me with the days. Look, I'm not doing my job as the professional so junior. If your buyers aren't professionals, why talk fast at all it's auction psychology. We have to create a sense of urgency and like with that guy at Sotheby's. Okay. And he's going to say fair wanting going once going if I did that every single item. What am I training? My buyers due to white to the very last second and third and final warning. And raise your hand. So what I'm gonna do is. I'm. Going to start out the morning and the first three items I'm going to be selling bang, bang, bang, pretty quick because that teaches my bitter safe. We've got five hundred lots to sell today, and we're not gonna waste all day long doing it. You know, we've marketed this year here to buy. I'm here to sell it. Let's let's get serious about this. So you call sold because you're not going to waste time basically waiting to raise their hand or whatever. That's exactly right. I want I want to have the seat. But only need the edge of it. You don't mean? Speaking of keeping you on the edge of your seat when we come back. We'll hear the weirdest thing juniors ever auctioned off. This episode of every little thing is brought to you by the makers of Hillshire snacking, small plates of flavorful combination of high-quality meat and artisanal cheese want to elevate your snacking experience Hillshire snacking, small plates takes the guesswork out of food pairing. Each snack is perfectly portioned and thoughtfully curated like Italian dry. So Rummy with natural Gouda cheese. The salami is smoked and spiced and made with black pepper, garlic nutmeg and fennel at a sharp yet sweet Gouda and some toasted crackers and you have one of the most popular Hillshire snacking small plates. It's a snack designed to blend. Interesting textures and flavors and excite your taste buds. There are more than a dozen varieties. Hillshire snacking small plates choose from from seasoned beef with siato to shoot oh, sharp white cheddar, consider one for your next snack break and see where they're called a snack above look. Look for Hillshire snacking, small plates in your local supermarket, or and he'll Shire snacking dot com. This up Assode of every little thing is brought to you by ZipRecruiter. You know, what smart let me guess you were going to say planning out, which rolls your business needs to hire.

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Every Little Thing

07:08 min | 3 years ago

"every little" Discussed on Every Little Thing

"This episode of every little thing is brought to you by the makers of Hillshire snacking small plates high-quality meat. Artisanal cheese each is perfectly portioned and thoughtfully curated look for Hillshire snacking small plates in your purse restore or at Hillshire snacking dot com. Hey before we get started. I wanted to give a quick shout out to ten four today. A fluke board destination for curious minds. Ten for today gives you stories that go deep on current issues and highlight fascinating people as well. As stories that try to help you be better in your work and in your life. It's curated by flip board editors and emailed right to you. Check it out at ten for today. Doubt flip board dot com slash Gimblett. You've reached the every little thing helpline. I hear one message. Now, can I get to messages three three? Can I get three messages sold? Hello. My name is Katie lebeau. And I had a factual emergency. I desperately need to know. Why auctioneers talk the way they do. Hello. Hey, Katie it's floor from not high. I desperately need to know why you desperately needed to know this because it was four in the morning. I was up with the crying baby and everything pretty desperate. Yes. I noticed that the message came in at four AM what was going on. I have a son who is now four months old. He was in two months old. And he was not yet of the opinion that for him is a time to be asleep. Are you often thinking about auction ears in the wee hours? Not frequently in this case I beam walking around with him and trying to rock him back to sleep and listening to some podcasts and on to podcasts in fairly short succession. There was an auctioneer. And I was stricken by how unique their speech patterns are. It's clearly a very unique skill and. Yeah, it was kind of wondering why this is how it's done. And what exactly the goal is? You mean, why talk that way especially because some of them. I couldn't understand anything can you commute impression of an auction here. Okay. Who's doing three billion dollars thirty thirty thousand dollar out. Forty thousand. I love it. That's right. Katie were not alone. Ho, no. We have a surprise guest on the line to get you some answers junior. Stags six time champion auction near from per your, Tennessee. I feel like I'm meeting a celebrity. You are so junior specializes in auctioning household items estates and real estate junior. Can we hear you do your thing though? Sure. Twenty two totally at about thirty eight thirty eight hundred five if forty five hundred and fifteen hundred fifty five at about sixty what's the name of that junior? That is the auction nears chant. It's his it's his cadence if you will to his rhythm. It's his cadence. But ultimately, it's chant Katie when you hear juniors chant what questions come to mind. First of all what exactly are you saying? Let's start with that one. Let's start with one so junior. If you could you slow it down for us. Sure. Sure. Basically what the auction is chant is, okay. It's a series of offers and acceptances. So I'll break it down. And this'll be a what I call in the class that I teach I call a basic fundamental chant is five dollar bid. Now ten now. Ten would you give me ten ten dollar bid? Now twenty now twenty would you give me twenty twenty dollar bid? Now thirty now thirty would you give me thirty and so forth. I could actually understand that one. Yeah. Exactly. That's the pace that I can understand. But if I take that up a notch, and I say five now ten now ten now twenty now twenty now thirty now thirty now forty and I kick it up another notch five daughter out ten now. Ten twenty twenty thirty. And I kick it up one more notch. Fahd audited? Ten now. Ten now ten minute at twenty one thousand two hundred thirty now thirty thirty minute Ford. Now folded automated out so on what's between the numbers. I'm hearing daughter bitter down. That's dollar bitter nail. Those those little words that I use in between the number are called. Filler words, and that's exactly what they do. They fill a void dollar now is broken down into doctor or daughter now, I'm just changing that filler word to make it seem as I'm talking fast. Is that makes sense? So your changing dollar daughter to make it sound faster. Do just chop words down. I take I take different words. Instead of would you give you might say hula give I won twenty to thirty to forty to get forty forty to fifty. Instead of who this. This is one thing you do not want to nunciate doing because if you spend your time enunciating, you're going to waste a lot of time in the day. Okay. So you chop chop those words up, and you you make it into a filler that kinda fills that void between those numbers. Can you use any words as filler words? So I don't know that you can use any word. But if the word has the right number of measures for the beat that you're selling in you could probably squeeze. Erred in. How about flora Lichtman? One four look Mun onto Florida down three four four four. It would get really tough. But it could be done. I made my day. Are there different styles of chance for different things, you're selling Katie? Did you come across this different styles? The souther Bs I watched some videos, and so the bees is more like fourteen point seven million. Does anyone have fourteen point eight million? And then he'd like have a Cup of tea, and then fourteen point nine million bidding a ten million Tim five hundred thousand of this YouTube video is titled heated bidding battle for Richter's iceberg. Tim and five hundred thousand. Try eleven September five just hit two million five hundred thousand. I Tim five hundred hundred still here. Ten million five hundred dollars. Sounds heated. Sounds boring. But if you're if you're in that subsidies top of setting you're not going to be talking ninety miles an hour. I mean, I guess they don't need to sell things

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