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"farmer miller" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK
"Of the stories trending this Tuesday morn this morning, a California cafe owner is charging customers who wear a face mask and extra fee of $5, The owner of fiddleheads in Mendocino is that of a $5 feet. Orders placed by people who are Wearing a face mask, Chris Castleman, owner of the Cafe, told McClatchy News. The pro mask people have been damaging the country for too long. Customers who talk about getting a covert 19 vaccine are also being charged an extra $5 fee. Castleman says The money will be donated to local charities assisting domestic abuse victims. Three rock climbers had to be rescued by helicopter Sunday in Ptolemy County. The grotto at Table Mountain is known for its vertical cracks and three climbers there. Have been injured when a boulder came loose No word on their current condition, but one of them was reportedly seriously injured, according to rescuers. One expert is calling for lawmakers to put money into a looming mental health crisis before it's too late. The middle health wave of this pandemic has been like a second wave to the physical health wave of the pandemic. Speaking on CBS's face the Nation Mental Health America President and CEO Paul J. Friend. Oh says data shows one third of all people that come to them seeking help are frequently considering self harm, and one half of kids seeking help are doing so. G and Frito says we have to rebuild the American mental health system. If we're going to support everybody. Minority farmers are starting to receive federal loan forgiveness is part of President Biden's American rescue plan. Texas Agriculture commissioner Sid Miller is suing because he feels the program discriminates against white people. This is discriminatory, obviously unconstitutional. We've got 100% of the pandemic aid for farmers, 100% of it going to last and 2% of the farmers. Miller says that white farmers make up 98% of the demographic and they won't see a dime. His lawsuit is backed by America First Legal, which is a group founded by former Trump Advisor Stephen Miller. Let's get you caught up now on this hour's top national stew. Worries on news 93.1 Cave became so Donna wants to get the words emergency use authorization taken off of its covert vaccine. The drug maker is applied for full approval.
"farmer miller" Discussed on KOMO
"Renewed focus on remembrance morning and resolve. More rallies are planned in North Carolina today against the police shooting of Andrew Brown junior. It's been nearly six weeks now since he was killed in his car as deputies served an arrest warrant. The rallies will take place in several cities, including Charlotte and Raleigh. Pope Francis has changed Catholic Church law to explicitly criminalize the sexual abuse of adults by priests who abuse their authority. It also says lay people who hold church office can be sanctioned for sex abuse crimes. These new provisions released today after 14 years of study were contained in the revised criminal law section of the Vatican's Code of Canon law, the in House legal system that Covers the 1.3 billion strong Catholic Church. The most significant changes aimed to address major problems and shortcomings, and the church is handling of sexual abuse. The law recognizes that adults to convey victimized by priests who abuse their authority. The nation is getting closer to President Biden's covert vaccination goal. California in Maryland are the latest to reach it before the fourth of July was 70% of adults getting at least one dose. That makes 12 states so far with five others still under 40% Co Moh news time. 5 20 now propel insurance Money update. The outlook for the world's economy is improving is the vaccine rollout continues, The Organization for Economic Cooperation and Development has raised its global growth forecast to 5.8% this year and nearly 4.5% next year, this organization in Paris Has the combination of renewed business activity and the massive US stem be stimulus program have helped the global economy returned to pre pandemic levels. Las Vegas is betting people are ready to return to Sin City. As of today, vaccinated people don't have to wear a mask of practice social distancing. All of the casinos are back in business at 100% capacity, and large gatherings and dance clubs are allowed. Vegas is also getting ready for its first big convention. Since the pandemic started. The world of concrete trade show starts June 7th minority farmers in this country are starting to receive federal loan forgiveness. Aid is part of President Biden's American rescue plan. But Texas Agriculture commissioner said Miller is suing because he feels the program discriminates against white people Discriminatory obviously unconstitutional. We've got 100% of the pandemic aid for farmers, 100% of it going to last in 2% of the farmer, Miller says white farmers make up 98% of the Democratic and they won't see any money from this. His lawsuit is backed by America first Legal. That's an organization founded by former Trump Advisor Stephen Miller. Looks like June will be off to a positive start on Wall Street. Dow futures up 242 points right now, the SNP up 22 NASDAQ futures sub 58. We'll check traffic and weather for you coming up next Cuomo news time. 5 22 News.
"farmer miller" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI
"Rushed over and say, Hey, hey, hey, we had a member on the floor but ran to help. Sitting on the ground bleeding profusely, a pregnant church member just days before her due date, the woman shot in the lower abdomen during a shootout between two unknown men. Most says the woman who has two other young Children does not want her name shared but does want everyone to know She's all right. And so is her baby boy delivered via C section weighing £6.8 ounces. A fugitive is under arrest after leading Bear County deputies on brief chase Monday morning, deputies were conducting surveillance on Brandon Miller, who was one of For aggravated assault with a deadly weapon. When they tried to pull him over. Miller reportedly drove away during the Chase. Deputies say he threw a gun out of the window of his car. He finally ran into a fire hydrant near Longing trail in Corona, right on the Northeast side, deputies arrested him for the outstanding warrant and for evading arrest. Well. President Biden led the annual honoring of every man and woman who served in uniform on Memorial Day who lost their lives, the president said at Arlington National Cemetery. Each stone monument represents the life live a son. Daughter, Mother, spouse, brother, sister of a friend, a neighbor and for those who served today, he says, how we defend democracy around the world is in large part of tribute to those who came before the cause of unity and the cause of a nation that endures because of them. President Biden ended his remarks as he always does, saying, no matter where they are, May God protect our troops. Meantime, President Biden is closed to introducing his proposal to overhaul the legal immigration system. According to a 46 page document obtained by The New York Times. They plan to fast track the immigration process, like never before. Some of the plan includes expanding virtual interviews and electronic filing limiting request for evidence from migrants applying lowering wait times, slashing fees and simplifying paperwork, The New York Times write says. If Mr Biden accomplishes everything in the document, he will have gone further than just reversing the downward trend. He will have significantly increased opportunities for foreigners around the globe to come to the United States embracing robust immigration even as a divisive decades long political debate continues to rage over such policy. Meantime, minority farmers are starting to receive federal loan forgiveness. Aid is part of President Biden's American Rescue Plan. Texas ad commissioner said Miller is suing because he feels the program too. Discriminates against white people is discriminatory, obviously unconstitutional. We've got 100% of the pandemic aid for farmers, 100% of it going to last and 2% of the farmers, Miller says. White farmers make up 98% of the demographic and they won't see a dime. His lawsuit is backed by America First Legal, which is a group founded by former Trump Advisor Stephen Miller. W away I news time 6 37 traffic and weather together in a minute. But first a check of your money in the world of business at Cory joins us live at the Bloomberg News.
"farmer miller" Discussed on WTVN
"Shooting outside of Miami banquet hall. Police are still looking for the three suspects seen on surveillance video. Getting out of it SUV before firing into a crowd. Police believe the shooting was likely part of a feud between rival groups and was targeted but still don't have a motive. You all killed my kid. Latent Dillard seniors 26 year old son, Clayton Dillard. The third died in the shooting the heartbroken father interrupting a news conference demanding justice and say bc's victor of kendo. The suspect vehicle was later found in a canal. But there were no suspects inside close police investigating a possible hit and run crash that left a man in critical condition last night. Male victim was found just before 10 P.m. in the area of East Livingstone Avenue and Vernon Road that may I was taken to Grant Medical center with life threatening injuries. One person's dead another in the hospital following a shooting Monday night on the city's north side. Least responded to the call near six Big Avenue just after 10 p.m.. They found two victims. One died at the scene. The other victim was taken to Grant Medical Center in stable condition. Officials did not release him falling the victimsidentities or possible suspects. President Biden heading to Tulsa, Oklahoma today to commemorate the 1/100 anniversary of what's remembered as he blackball Street massacre president will visit the Greenwood neighborhood and delivery marks on this centennial, the massacre that left hundreds of black residents dead. White House principal Deputy Press secretary Karine Jean Pierre Well there he will meet with surviving members of the community now between the ages of 107 to 101 207 more than 1000 homes, churches and businesses were destroyed when white mobs descended on the Greenwood district on June 1st 1921. Rachel Sutherland. Fox News Minority Farmers starting to receive federal loan forgiveness State as part of President Biden's American rescue plan, Texas Agriculture Commissioner Sid Miller suing because he feels the program discriminates against white people. This is discriminatory. Obviously unconstitutional. We've got 100% of the pandemic A for farmers. 100% of it going to last and 2% of the farmers. Miller's lawsuits back by America First Legal, which is a group founded by former Trump Advisor Stephen Miller, Kings island issuing code of conduct cards two guests after recent fights at the amusement park. They were handed out last week. The same day. Six people were charged related to fights in the parking lot cards still guess they could get kicked out for fighting, harassing other guests, line jumping and more. There will also be an increase in security at the park to deal with fights. Radio 16 w TV END sports Busy Baseball day yesterday, Indian split a double letter with the first place White Sox losing the opener. But winning the nightcap thanks to Jose Ramirez. Homer, Shane Bieber on the mound for Game three of that big Syria's tonight. Reds wallet Philadelphia 11 1 Dick Castiel is extending his hitting streak to 17 games. Clippers try to stab a seven game losing streak when they visit Indianapolis Tonight. Memorial Tournament week continues. Most of the field arrives for practice rounds today, and tennis star Naomi Osaka withdraws from the French Open after being threatened with disqualification for skipping media obligations from the central Ohio $100 sports test Matt McCoy, whose radios extend Wtvr Makes will be mostly cloudy today with high of 79 this afternoon mostly clear now and 56. This we say big money with our progressive home and auto bundle and used the cash to take a family vacation. Lucky who's up for a luau dishes? Note of real testimonial? Sure, customers conceive big money with progressive but not enough to go to Hawaii. They'll probably use it for things like the mortgage and groceries or even a travel magazine. So at least they can see pictures of Hawaii. Yeah. Say hello to those beautiful Hawaiian beaches in that magazine progressive views of the insurance.
"farmer miller" Discussed on Your Why: A Chapelwood Podcast
"So you look at the chocolate that we consume right. So where's that Chocolate come from west africa countries like burkina-fasso and ivory coast will how they how they portray the labor to do that you know are these children are being paid or the other. These contracts for farmers are we talking about trafficking and forced labor slavery. And so that's the techs talking about around the world so we're hitting were hidden companies where their financial thereby dollar right. I mean not necessarily but we're We're making awareness by actually bringing these lawsuits up. Like i would assume i'm not gonna name names but i can only imagine that you know we've got other major manufacturers products that we use on a daily basis and they're probably have the same same issue they may or may not know there are probably gonna always denied those The stuff is just happened. Globally and right. There's there's increased focus in intensity on companies and it's generated by us consumers. You know we wanna to our parts are coming from. You wanna know that the value chains clean that human life is being held As as as you know the products and services that we consume or being produced so a lot of attention focuses being paid that and you know that's open space for us as organization to come alongside the multinational corporations to look their value. Chain to make sure that instances of forced labor slavery are not current credible. We could say you're eight to six so much. Privileged relies on its version. Mystery time about little bit. Talk about how you got involved all this and all but before that were to our sponsor of the episode you are emmy coffee specialty coffee with a purpose. The goal of you are e is partner. Growers millers to reroute kenya which out with consumers around the world before you are indeed supply chain limitations discouraged locals for cultivating their copy. We changed that by eliminating values transactions the other key the u. r. e. is showing the farmers millers compensated with me wage with led to the fierce trade during the right now while he was about it beforehand. It's really good coffee. Do really cool like know. They make sure we talk about right now. Rebe looted art be compensated fairly traits. That's the whole point of this. Is that Farmers kenya happy canal..
"farmer miller" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030
"And another one called Scotland Jacobite rising seventeen forty five for help who's going to be on that tour I don't know how much they cost but you only live once right some news items your J. talking by the waist WBZ J. talking J. talking hurricane it's that time of the season for hurricanes and Puerto Rico dodged a bullet access inside dies because they didn't Dodge they didn't do anything they didn't move at all they did not Dodge the hurricane didn't have time though they say they stood side ways in the hurricane just rushed by looks like Florida is gonna get it though and you know is always a possibility will be affected as well and so I will keep you posted on that some other news items this is a bummer for the for a grill bar for the farm for for the farmers and their loyalty to the our president is being tested severely first there with the Chinese tariffs and the Chinese retaliate retaliatory territories that hurt them badly so that we had to spend a lot of money bailing them out subsidizing them paying them off for being hurt and this trade war caused by the president's staffs that's one thing right now there's this loyalty to trump tested over new corn ethanol rules president trump well let me tell us and China that I told you about we're past that we're not really past that now but piled on to that the patience of a farmers is really being tested there's a farmer named Miller they will talk a little bit about and he's one of the people raise corn for ethanol but president trump is chosen the oil companies over the farmer now because he's given waivers to thirty one refineries so that they do not have to blend ethanol into the gasoline and that's probably that's that's catastrophic for them it was a China terrace this time we're not the China terraces time waivers the administration granted this month thirty one refineries said they don't have to blend ethanol into the gasoline since roughly forty percent of the US corn crop stern to ethanol that's huge a huge blow to them I I don't know who are we gonna have to bail them out some more it's a clear and this farmer Miller she sees it as many do as the president using baby oil over the farmer well I will farmer Miller said trump's brinkmanship with China as a necessary gamble the ethanol waivers smacked into smack to him of favoritism very wealthy and powerful industry big oil and this is what this guy named Miller said he's a farmer that's our own country stabbing us in the back that's the president going the oil companies need to make more than the American farmer that was just quote I like the oil company better or I'm friends with the oil company more than I am with friends with the farmer that's clear cut either or thank we'll see how it all plays out the farmers are a feeling betrayed them beat why because they have been betrayed let's hang on to that so look that was news we're not talking about that this news is not to talk about we don't talk about politics I'll give you a news that has was related to politics but it's not a top topic but I will ask you well where would you go on a historical tour if you go anywhere less that's a pretty good question I hadn't thought of that before this is Bobby in Charlestown where would you buy you go to Charles town right yeah I'm gonna be leaving your guest last night love Alice and his clothes I'm bringing mantle Charlestown good how that happened how do yeah I'm gonna modern toward sometime in September I started my thoughts at city square was once market square but it was also the first settlement in in this country was founded on Judeo Christian the first several more ships service to god would help them build a cradle yeah but John one twelve a gun now by words long gone well well they were taken under the square now do the on ramps for sent a letter in Ontario project your honor three cringe tab and that the three trains tab and that was once the seat of the first one of the first government when the court 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Farmers' loyalty to Trump tested amid corn-ethanol rules
"Loyalty to trump tested over new corn ethanol rules president trump well let me tell us and China that I told you about we're past that we're not really past that now but piled on to that the patience of a farmers is really being tested there's a farmer named Miller they will talk a little bit about and he's one of the people raise corn for ethanol but president trump is chosen the oil companies over the farmer now because he's given waivers to thirty one refineries so that they do not have to blend ethanol into the gasoline and that's probably that's that's catastrophic for them it was a China terrace this time we're not the China terraces time waivers the administration granted this month thirty one refineries said they don't have to blend ethanol into the gasoline since roughly forty percent of the US corn crop stern to ethanol that's huge a huge blow to them I I don't know who are we gonna have to bail them out some more it's a clear and this farmer Miller she sees it as many do as the president using baby oil over the farmer well I will farmer Miller said trump's brinkmanship with China as a necessary gamble the ethanol waivers smacked into smack to him of favoritism very wealthy and powerful industry big oil and this is what this guy named Miller said he's a farmer that's our own country stabbing us in the back that's the president going the oil companies need to make more than the American farmer that was just quote I like the oil company better or I'm friends with the oil company more than I am with friends with the farmer that's clear cut either or thank we'll see how it all plays out the farmers are a feeling betrayed them beat why because they have been betrayed
"farmer miller" Discussed on Bigmouth
"A small town cops Tilda Swinton as a Samurai funeral director because why not and a parade of Cameos. It's any good his a taste is planned to inform people about the Zombie danger before it gets I guess so because we passed farmer Miller's plays a little while ago. We need to inform inform him. Fuck farmer Miller okay my us together. How the fuck you kills me? Slow down a second clue. You gotTa Kill the head. Kill ahead decapitate. The only way to Jesus get prepared. That's unfortunately only shit. I got this. Mike lost meet. Our film chop. Wood is what does SHAMU FIT in. He sees I subside suspected director more admired than watched. Yes I mean he's here. He's very much and the people that love really love him. It's fair to say probably hasn't troubled the mainstream too much as possible to get your entire film life without seeing his films but has lost released only lovers left alive was absolutely beautiful and about vampires but Tilda swinton and at that thing that aims cool normally mrs by so many miles and actually felt ready coal if felt really really wanted to live through the night with them. Tell US sets up that don't die forest. Tell us what's happening on what he thought. It's as a cinematic achievement smalltown America we've got Bill Murray and Adam driver and clarisse avenues Cox which is in Dream Team is completely peopled by famous indiactors Steve Shemi IGGY pop turns up you can sort of fill then the rest of your favorite. The reser is the U._P._S. U._P._S.. which this Danny Glover's in their selena Gomez it's a hell of a cost say anywhere this Zombie outbreak as we've seen many times before and and the cops have to deal with as we've seen many times before and I've got to say I wasn't a massive fan fair like so it was going for cookie Kinda funny and it was going for a little bit of horror which before Shaun of the dead mice seems like an original combination but I was fifteen years ago and there was don't be land ten years ago and there was the entire flood of Oh? It's Olympic cookie accommodate this Gore all these terrible films that came out after Sean boy eats girl. That's a title island film a great title but not to members act so we've seen this film many many hundred so. I don't know what Jim was thinking..
"farmer miller" Discussed on Filmspotting
"That's kinda what Shaun of the dead is all about the, this one is definitely. My recollection of Shawna that it's been a long time since I've seen it is the filmmaker Edgar, right? And goes, it's ambi- movie I don't recall, the characters necessarily knowing. No, but they're steeped in zombie movie. Okay. So they do then understand that there's a certain way to behave of the game. So it's kinda like scream and that serves a little bit. Right. So very self aware. And this isn't that self-aware but it does acknowledge that we live in a post Romero universe. It's openly acknowledged him in namedrop Romero, and one point, the whole film takes place in Pennsylvania, just like those ambi- movies do beyond that. There's an explicit psycho reference. There's a shot that seems straight out of the birds one character Caleb Landry Jones who runs a gas station, very fun. Very fun. And he is wearing a nose Farrah to shirt, the entire movie, and that grave the open grave that Bill. Murray's character cliff falls in Iggy pop. I believe probably the guy who got out of that, grave, maybe at least the movie could suggest that. The next day, did you see his name on the team? So I forget, I saw I when it just kind of panned by it. And then there's an unmistakable shot when he gets up from the ground, and it shows his name, his name Samuel fuller, nice. So his name is Sam fuller farmer if I'm not mistaken, and I don't know that there's any kind of horror connection to either of these two names. But the farmer that Steve Chevy plays. I believe his name is Frank Miller farmer Miller. And you said it Bill Murray's character is named cliff Robertson. Clifford Robinson me. He's, he's actor my favorite joke. My favorite movie reference joke, though is Rosie Perez, showing up as a TV anchor news anchor. Enter name is Posey. Warez. They just reverse the peon and the are on Rusi for as that somehow made me live, every time she was on screen. I could've used a little more rosy press to be honest with you. And there, there are a couple of loose ends, we should say, now it sounds like we've are enjoyed it quite a bit. I think maybe one of the reasons this is not getting as warm reception as we might have expected for Jarmusch film, with this sort of premise is because something's just don't add up, as we've suggested something's just get forgotten. I think I would you've broken down some of the characters depending on how they choose to act in this world. I would also distinguish them by how soon they're aware of what's going on high talked about how Rani seems to be aware Tom waits. The survivalist is aware, or unfazed, we should say, sure, by Zambia pock clubs. He's not surprised at all because he's already been suspicious of government. And what have you and he'd kind of is so removed from the society that they don't come after him. And he can just observe what's happening. So another group who is. Let's say relatively unfazed trio of kids in the local juvenile detention center. And, and at first, I thought this is really interesting. I can't wait to see where this goes. I mean maybe these kids are maybe fatalism has just somehow been beaten into them to a degree that Asami apocalypse is not anything really new. They escaped they run away. They're they're, they're worried about it, but they're not the other characters whose minds are just blown by couldn't wait to see how they were going to cross paths with the rest of the story and was gonna play out and they disappear. I mean I asked you as I sat down. Did I miss something or no? Does that plot element? And those characters just honestly disappear. They, they do, so I'm not sure what that's all about. There is resolution to another group Selena Gomez with a couple of other just called hipsters through town. Yeah. And we see what happens to them, but I'm also kind of like what the Tilda Swinton character trying to place because they get a fair number of seeing, I'm not quite sure, how did they? Also fit into this entire scheme going on. I am not sure either okay? But maybe a listener out there who is smarter than both of us will write in and enlighten us, if you have seen the dead, don't die. We'd love to hear your thoughts. You can write in feedback at film spotting dot net massacre theater is next..
"farmer miller" Discussed on The Dave Chang Show
"I learned from from those guys from from the mentors. And if you had to say like when you started thirteen win. Well, we open we open in the woodfired oven. And Marsha were were Bianco night. I met in ninety five I think, and then we opened tar teen in San Francisco two thousand two so it's been like seventeen years sixteen seventeen. What were you trying to prove when you open up two thousand two like, what was I I gotta get this fucking shit off my chest. Yeah. No. There was totally that I was working alone. I was doing all the Vanuatu and the bread by myself and definitely like ridiculous almost die. We're still. Of like, hey, there's this guy asleep in the bakery. I mean, it was open legend ship. Yeah. No. It was. It was great. It was a great time. I I wouldn't have survived unless I was young in could could handle that. But yeah, I would never go back to it. Now, it's like the idea of being you know, solo and doing everything by yourself. It's not it's not interesting to me more because I realize. Because I'm older, and I learned a few things from making a lot of mistakes that I can I can realize a lot more of the vision in the dreams of my head if I'm working with other people, and when you open up thirteen and you're in your, you know, became this sort of icon ick figure in America, right? Amongst people that cared about food. What was it for those that don't know or never had your bread early on or even have tar team to begin with? What was it that you were trying to like say with your brand? What would what was it that you were doing different to that your style? You know, it's I mean. One of the quotes. And there's among millions from Bianco is what makes good food. Good. And this is something I asked myself all the time like what makes good food. Good. What makes good bread? Good. Like if you have a loaf of bread, and you say that's an amazing loaf of bread than I would say, what's amazing about it. Like tell me some details. And for me, it's like it's the contrast between the crust and the chrome the caramel ization, the open textures, the the depth of flavor from along from tation. And so, you know, it's it's like when I sort of had in my head the thing that I liked the most about bread, which is all those things I just said and then to focus and and try to amplify all that stuff. You know as much as I possibly could. And that's every day. That's what we do every day after twenty years twenty five years, we have you know, now, a working with farmers millers in Oregon, Washington. Grain breeding programs. I've got the best flour of us in my life. And I've baked all over the world, and like, I'm really thankful and and. Thankful in fortunate that we can we can keep improving after all these years just by getting deeper and deeper into like the relationships from the end to end supply chain of what were the ingredients were working with. I mean again highest compliment can give it's hard for me to describe because I'm not an expert in bread. But I do know flavor, and I can recognize techniques and in the lineage, but you've arguably influenced bread globally. You know? No one's done it more than you over the past twenty years. I mean, you're acolytes are all over the world. Now, they are all making some their DNA is Robertson. Charting bread. You know, the the field. That's crazy. Clearly the coolest thing about that. And I do see it when I travel is that like for me, the biggest compliment is when someone takes takes something that that I've put out there, the me and tortilla our team has put out there and. They'd take it to another place. You know, and I get I get it comes full circle. And I get inspired by. I mean happened in Korea. We went into Seoul, the first time just kind of researching where we're gonna be I came back to San Francisco, and I said to my team thirteen unlike our biggest competition in Seoul is going to be people that are making bread from our books, and they're doing it really really well like, and that's all kind of by design like you put your stuff out there. And if if you put a good recipe like a real recipe, which we did. And then people start making it they're gonna make it as good as you at some point in the probably going to improve I hope, and then it's going to push us in. That's that's exactly what's happened. Again. I don't think if you're not of the food world, you may not understand the influence and impact you've had on bread-making. It's fucking insane too. I travel all over the world. I'm like, oh, that's someone must have read your book or more than likely spent some time working with you. And you can see it. It is such a distinct thing and I'm not good. At articulating. I just know it. So that's a fucking amazing thing to have and to see. So I I love it. I think I mean, one of the things like I can't take credit for all that that that thing. I mean, I feel like people are taking up making bread for the same reasons that I like devoted my life. Big part of my life to it. It's a meditative grounding connect you to the earth kind of thing to do. Are you worried about people that have copy you or because like I mean, I sorta this with moments ago, I was like shit like there was stretch. Well, we got a pretty lazy because I was like, well, we're ahead of the curve. And then I was like like seven seven years. He I was like wait a second some of the people that are influenced by doing it just as well. Or better. Like, we got we got actually I love that. When that happens. It's you know, it's like it's like a fire, and you know, it's like fire my belly. It's good. Totally welcome it. 'cause what's going to separate you versus the youngsters. The youngsters those are my people. Now, I need them. You know? But like other 'cause bread-making his great now. Right. It does bum me out when people make something, and they don't, and they don't, you know, it bums me out when people rewrite history or they don't they don't say an trust me if someone makes it better than me. I'm going to say you're making that better than me. Like bravo. It's amazing. But yeah, that's that's just like, I'm I'm like a very loyal person. I always liked to like give credit where Credit's due, but I also fully expect people to take whatever I put out there. And like take it further than me. I hope. And going to Chris. Probably whether you realize it or not again, you just said, hey, I've never invented or said anything original. I understand that. But weirdly, you are widely copied and imitated as well. And how that even happened? How the when you move to while where wires, Ana it'd be being for your breathing. Like like, go further west even that. Well. Some of the some of the reality economic zone was was was cheap place to live. And there was a, you know, I think there was just something it was far away. I've been to Italy when I was thirteen, and I I want again when I was like eighteen and spent some time there, but other than that like, I'm in Connecticut at that time, Ohio, Vermont and much y'all and that was my ole like view of the world and. I think. Was saying earlier it was like my my search in libraries is the game perspective like to find like, you know, finally out to to, you know, with the least amount of turbulence so I can really see what's going on. So I think not not that there was turbulence back in New York and things like that. But I think that I think at some point in your life, you you need to go as far as you can and and and start walking back to your even unintended destinations. You see what you stop and watch you said on peace pizza? Well, I think for me, it was something that, you know. And I love that did open up Eighty-eight like people say, I love your concept. But my what the fuck is a concept. They were not even know like if I grew up on a pig farm, and I may bake in. I'll probably would make be making breakfast. But I think as I got older, you know, I mean I left school early. I left powder the, but that going to tenth grade, I went to work. You know, what this isn't kept in Paul's, you know, seafood house and. Some of the kitchens or per cayden company back laws a hotel, and and then I started on my own like really take something that was I I knew how to make you know, pedestrian pizza. You know, I make making mega okay pizza. But but there was something that like when I came here Zona. I wanted to. Early twenties. Twenty one whatever. And I I wanted to. I don't know. I didn't have a job. I started making like mozzarella and pasta on my apartment, and it was a couple restaurants wants a little bit about the in in Scottsdale, bring pasta, or like mozzarella, and you know, they pay me cash and know for me was a decent. You know? It was like that was it was pretty cool. I mean, I mean if I got busted that much time. I did. So I saw business started catering business speed this one up not that interesting. But I saw little kidding business. I cook people's homes, and I bring my little possum, you know, little roller flour and eggs and make like if you're really bored like you can entertain yourself like the idiot like maybe show up and knock out some pasta like in the happy hour part of your meal. And a, you know, if you all the misfits that didn't wanna talk their significant others will talk to me while I was making pasta for them and these little dinner parties that did. And then I will like pizza port is more like kind of like. Kind of like grandma style pizzas. In in the house is also parties. I did this one event has got in French Guiana. Geico Scott's that I was doing a party four and at that time he just bought in eighty seven. He just bought his grocery store. Home was ranch market. But he had the idea to change to you know, I think he went to New York might a walk through Bellevue cheese and wanted to do something, you know. So he did this place called the euro market was basically just a grocery store, you
"farmer miller" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1
"Said the twins spirits distillery this key little female owned distillery in northeast sort of not too far from our friend police house it is it said he knows i guess they're turning on your all as you could go hang distributors red sugars ribs in the backyard that only the are the smell yeah exactly and but there's some vital spins gone on they've she's got a tackle food truck and a whole bunch offensive but the big party tonight is going to be a thicket norseman distillery they are turning out who years old that place is gorgeous everybody in there's art yeah you know what i mean like county is just i mean she's you you know i there's just beautiful people beautiful art there's just a great vied onto their celebrated their birthday tonight's tears old with a 1970s hawaiian party oh i mean i'm thinking don howe i think in some host andressen is you know that whole thing this is very eyes don't you think i if we wouldn't have gotten our act together maybe we could have plans say d'andre for drugs oh jerry i realized why should i keep going back to the exit the brady bunch with he's going back to the tiki haunted the cursed tiki episode of the brady by spdr yes spdr too yeah it was terrifying but hopefully the party tonight will not be terrifying hopefully they're going to be doing a whole bunch of lives and guess bartenders are going to be doing some fun drinks they've got of dachary barn and they've got bonfire so what what could go wrong they have great outdoor space to be here they do it is just a very cool thing tomorrow there at the at the food building amy how're who is the author of the new breadbaskets book she is going to do a seminar called he's going to lead a panel of people for the farmer miller baker maker have signed are you gonna go are you excited cited so it's we have like farmers luke peterson from peterson firearms jeff casper who is the guy who makes the dumpling and strand noodles goes fresh noodles so good at those other gluten free ones are beautiful yes fuck we they are so good and then as deport and of course and so they're having this great discussion about a range of topics on the.
"farmer miller" Discussed on The Cracked Podcast
"The moment we crossed the county line i just starts in a car at i don't stop until we leave and like i will be like even if i not paying attention to where the marker is for the border like all be in the middle of a story then like saying oh yeah over there that old farmer miller's place eldest screaming until for the rest of the duration of the visit i can't help get an involuntary reflex anti again it's all my head i know there's not really a dark cloud that hangs over the place that makes me just terrified and and fills me with dread makes me want to think about leaving every second i'm there but i don't think it'll ever go away and it's the same thing is when i inner basically town minds not so much the county because they're still some outside areas there that i think are pretty decent it i mean they're still decayed but as soon as i entered that town i've got that dark cloud of meth that i snort whenever i inner that town and it's it's not metaphorical it's just a dark in line of method i automatically do i don't even know where it came from but i basically do that from the time i enter the town until the time i leave and then also when i get home i i also do more meth i think i might actually just have a meth problem or i it's in the same thing right and you when you inner talented than leave having blacked out for seventy two hours in your backseat is just full of turkey right no memory of where those of where those came from.