18 Burst results for "Fettah"

"fettah" Discussed on The Kirk Minihane Show

The Kirk Minihane Show

02:40 min | 1 year ago

"fettah" Discussed on The Kirk Minihane Show

"This is this is the guy who doesn't have to worry about donuts. Sponsorship Crystal Method donuts getting in Fettah means so as a method because he got method Dunkin donuts meth head because he had the incorrect position about rob Gronkowski's trade correct. Yes you out. I'm sorry mark. Seay tweezers populate this One o'clock today Virtual event from the Boston Globe and their partners townhall with mayor him out Martin Mayor. Marty Walsh Poor Dr. Peter Slaven whatever his name is. I don't think he was trying to save the world a wide range of conversation with the globe. Marty Walsh and Dr Peter. Slide under slab and president of mass general though discuss response from the city and medical community To Kovic nineteen as well as how the region can recover audience. Questions will be taken before during the live town hall. Which would be monitored by the Globes Janelle Nano Nano? We are on that okay. I want that ruined by our people. Give you clap emojis for poor I want one of the issues is that they are pre screening questions so people sign up for it. You've got to kind of ask a question that would make sense certain citizen without good you get a subscription live questions to said potentially but ugly. Yes you wanted to go. Live is what you're saying. I got I got you. One o'clock playing cool. That'd be listening to right. Now maybe going on is it more double Mo yes there is a guy who said you crank business mark man. Show these calling. Mike Mark I think he'd for takeout so just to give you a heads up not I just. I just talked to somebody there. But they're hoping be open for dot soon if we get this this informal reopening Within the next couple of weeks but go ahead I bet well I liked the idea again for an sometimes I like I like blind Mike. Tomlin's got enough foresight to make a deal like that but I gotta agree with another caller. I don't think it's crazy for Baltimore. Look into Antonio Brown I mean. I think you're jumping ahead your skis there to be a great fit. What in Baltimore? Yeah I think he was doing okay. Hit break it breaks Lamar Jackson too. He would rattle. Lamar Jackson that huddle every single time. We didn't get the ball. I Know Jack says the MVP. I also know. He's third year quarterback. That would not be good for like an hour of this yesterday. They need them player to put him over the top. I mean Mike Tomlin Tony..

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"fettah" Discussed on Ari Shaffir's Skeptic Tank

Ari Shaffir's Skeptic Tank

02:34 min | 2 years ago

"fettah" Discussed on Ari Shaffir's Skeptic Tank

"How you got a good friend. Fuck you on your phone often? Enjoy yourself, and Tim is like you gotta be careful. Like, I could go for it, bro. I took mushrooms. I can't I can't do Fettah means. With this arm doing fetters? It'll really severely like limit the healing. And it'll be bad for. That's what the doctor says. He did not say stay away from fucking. He's from smoking weed, but he did not say the vape or edibles where problem because those are fine. No carcinogens, no smoke. And I know you're like, well, what does he know? He's a doctor and you're not so sh. Sh maybe quite. Anyway, I'm fed a- means he says a really problems cocaine. So I was like, okay. So then all my friends were going out says dance party at the belt house. They're all going to take. Ecstasy, molly. And then I was like, I don't think I'm I looked it up or ask somebody that's an amphetamine. Molly is my fuck. So to me, though, I got a nice little tip for you. If you can't take impediments for and all your friends are doing Molly definitely don't want to just be sober. That's stupid and stay home a little bit of mushrooms mixed with alcohol. And if Penn gets you not quite there. But gets you loose gets loose enough that you could fuck in dance a little bit not as much as Molly dance, but dance. Anyway, what a fucking great episode guys. If you go to the great dot com. Have extra details in there. I'm going to look up right now. And and fuck it and put it up the links four. The towel Seneca. I don't know what the fuck what if social media out tro? I should pause right now because I might have talked about this. What if social media, I got a realistic with the fuck that means what if social media? I mean, it's September. How remember all this right better notes idiot. And I'll try to find that lady Gaga interview don't put them all out there as well as links for Tim Ferriss books, his Twitter and Instagram, and and his blog and his and his podcast, and you know, what I'll put a link for Bagga bonding up there to just because I talked about it so much of the intro. And it's helped me got together. Fucking cool guy. Again, tell them how can guy this episode? If you liked it. Say nothing if you didn't like it just move on with your life..

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"fettah" Discussed on KNST AM 790

KNST AM 790

09:06 min | 2 years ago

"fettah" Discussed on KNST AM 790

"Fifteen days apart. You wanna die? Then as people are helping you doctor writes a script, and someone goes and fills it with death juice, and then asked again, you could change your mind anytime, you know, how many people do that literally how many people do that? If you have a LS, for example, and you can't speak, and you're trapped inside your body. You're out of luck you're done. I mean, there's all kinds of all my God. They're going to die of what if they go through clinical depression, just for a moment want to kill themselves. Let them. Whose businesses at yours? Just don't do it in front of my car. Right because it's a mess. Don't do in front of a train that I'm I'm on that happened to me once where some guy decided he's going to commit suicide by stepping in front of the train four hours. Stuck on the train waiting for the coroner they could have simply taken one of those garden hoses simply hose down the track. And you're on your way. Why? Oh by God. How's this one to try to figure out? Boy, they're yes, there's detective work that needs to be done. He stepped in front of the train. My humanity. Okay. So here's one of the best ones that I've found this has been a soda. I don't know if they have a right to Dayak. I would guess they would look this up. But there's a man accused of giving his wife Madame feed Madame Fettah means and upon her death once you dying through a death party before she died. He was charged with criminal neglect and receiving stolen property. That's kind of interesting. He calls nine one one about noon to report that his wife had died sixty nine officers arrive. A find the words death party. God God hell spray painted on the front door, Dwayne Johnson. The husband naked runs outside says his wife is dead runs back inside to take a bath. And he was found in the bathtub hallucinating and trying to wash white and black things from his skin that he had discovered. Her body was found wrapped in a sheet at the top of the stairs. Now, she had been living in a nursing home. Dwayne checked her out a few days earlier because she wanted to die at home. So this was a legitimate assisted death. He said, they took methamphetamines, and she's top stopped taking your medications, and they spent their final hours having sex and rocked out to their favorite metal band, quiet riot. And when she couldn't eat or drink. He used snow too moist in her mouth and gave her the meth or Gaber, whatever. Anyway, she began having convulsions wouldn't let him call the police after she died. He washed his body wrapped in linen. Like a bible told me to do any waited several hours to call nine one one because he wanted to make sure she was dead. Well, she was and here's why he was arrested with for receiving stolen property because at the home, they turned up four rifles, shotguns, hundreds of rounds of ammunition, and he was charged with criminal neglect. As far as she's concerned, which is interesting and felony counts of theft and receiving stolen property. It's in the west weapons are going to nail him. Okay. Let's go ahead. And a great story. Let's go ahead and take some phone calls. Okay. Bruce. Let's start with you. Hello, Bruce Europe. Welcome to handle on the law. Hey, Bill three years ago. I was injured in. I don't know. Bill accident hit from behind was just sitting at the stop stoplight. Pain. Knicks orders upper back headaches. The X rays of burns your room showed no breaks eight months of therapy acupuncture later that same year MRI revealed to herniated disc right after that. I'm about two years went through to epi Daryl injections gave about four to six months relief for wearing off. Now recently three years after the accident. I went to a second opinion a specialist in the same damage. I was present on the herniated disk. Now, I do have an attorney who's been directed me through this. We were offered a Liam arrive, by the way. This most recent one showed two hundred thousand dollars worth of damage surgery to repair. Now, my independence insurance company now after this most recent reports is offering the policy limits of one hundred thousand dollars my current medical bills or having two K attorney fees of forty five percent. So, you know, where I'm at my journey's guarantee me about ten K you say not much more. A my question is do you think I have based on the three year lag there when the I you know, when the original MRI showed the same results these to hurry aided dips? Do I have a bad faith argument? Against insurance companies offering one hundred dollars. Oh, no, no, no, no. They can negotiate all they want. Oh, yeah. No. There's no bad faith against the insurance company. They're just cities sitting back a waiting until final prognosis waiting until what the doctor say. No, no. I your problem is. A you have a lawyer who is somewhat of a whore should reduce his fees. So you get as much as he does. The best way to persuade me to do that. Well, there's nothing you can do at this point. Because legally he has you. And so he's going to end up with forty five thousand dollars the medical bills and the medical bills may by may wipe out the entire award. And I'm assuming the guy that hits you doesn't have assets enough to pay beyond that. Because if you go to trial now the insurance company, well, no, you're lawyers gonna have to go to trial. And of course, he'd rather get forty five thousand dollars for not going to trial, and unfortunately, you're banged up enough to where you'd better real issue. So what the medical insurance? No. I don't. Okay, you now. But not at the time of the accident. Okay. Yeah. Barn door in the horse cetera. Yeah. I think you're basically screw talked to your lawyer. He shouldn't go she ate medical fees. And if the good news is no preexisting conditions. So you're going to be able to have the rest of the surgery covered. He shouldn't have go- sheet with a medical provider to reduce a fee, he should reduce a fee, but then that's just a lawyer with a heart. Yeah. Good luck finding one. But now there's just stuck I win. We did. I'd never did PI, but I had a partner that did personal injury. I always did the surrogacy part of the practice. And I was we're partners for about a year before that fell apart the policy in the office was always to whatever what money was left for the warrior, the doctor the or left for the the claiming and the warrior, the lawyer never got more money than the client. This is a matter of policy and didn't matter what the retainer was. Yeah. All right. So the guy's whore. Ruben Ruben Ruben. Yes, yes, sir. For you. My question is any prior bills that I have are just anything before I could marry it won't fall on my wife. They won't go after her my if I decide to get married for your bills how much you, oh, oh, I'd say like twenty thousand dollars, and well, if you keep yourself separate the answer is a they're not gonna go after you were not going to go after her now, they're going to try, but she's not responsible for your debts. Okay. So I wanna make sure I know you're okay, you're okay. And so you're walking in the relationship in debt, and she's okay with that does she know that she's buying a pig in a poke. Yeah. Yeah. He does. All right. Well, good for her. My main concern is yes, she's going to be fine. Yeah. Don't worry about it. She'll be fine as long as if she's buying something have make sure she puts it into her name. Okay. She had bought herself manufactured home. Oh, yeah. That's that's hers. Okay. That's all I need your fine. That's hers. When I when I I was married Marjorie had all the money. I didn't. I was dead broke. I owed money I was in debt and it really worked out. Well, and I tell you why Marjorie was so kind as to marry me. I lied. I just looked at her straight in the eyes and said, you're marrying someone who has money. She went really,.

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"fettah" Discussed on Awareness for Everyone

Awareness for Everyone

14:15 min | 2 years ago

"fettah" Discussed on Awareness for Everyone

"And the point of that is because awareness is not about the world around us. Awareness is about ourselves. It's about who we are. And what we do in this world. Consciousness creates reality that was the point of the second episode of the podcast because that is really how we develop the world we live in now for a lot of people. We look at the world and we see outside of facts, we see these things that we have little to no control over. And let's be blunt here we have no actual control over any of this stuff. We can go ahead and vote for the elected officials out there running this government. But we can't control them and they do some pretty dumb ass shit. They're not very good people in a lot of respects because they are selfish and greedy. And we're just not going to get into that because that's a whole other topic. The point is we can't control them. We can't control the religious leaders of the world doing the things they do for good or for ill, we cannot control the people we work with they're going to do what they do. The world is at least a world feels to us like it's beyond our control. It's so hard to impact this world, except that's not true consciousness creates the world. The whole world is made up of consciousness and what ends up happening is we have a collective consciousness. That is the world without that collective consciousness is, what happens when all of the energy that we are made up of, and you may recall passed up of this podcast was about how everything is energy, because everything is energy and all energy vibrates at a frequency and like attracts like we're getting right into the lava track. Action here. All of this energy is going to come together and create a collective consciousness. That's what happens when we all vibrated as similar frequency. This is why when people who think very differently from one another can still share certain experience a community because we ended up coming into this collective consciousness rather frequently. It feels like that world. Without is completely beyond our control. We talk a lot about how we want to change the world. And the thing is it feels like that's a really tall order. Well, that's not entirely true. And it's not like we can't change this world and we can't create this world. But and this is a really big. But it starts much, much smaller than you think it does it starts with each and every one of us you and I are the only ones empowered to change the world. But the world we can change is. The only directly our individual corner of the world. Now for a lot of people, this seems like a truly selfish act. I'm going to tell you right now, before we go any further that it's not we tend, as society to ignore self care. We don't think about the fact that we need to take care of ourselves. And I'm not talking about going to the spa. I'm not talking even about getting exercise or eating. Right. I'm talking about genuine self care, we tend because we believe it is noble and right to give away ourselves. We pass on the things we need to exist, because we think, and believe that that's what we need to do in order to be good people. I'm going to tell you that that's not entirely true. Now, the thing of it is I am in no way, shape or form saying that we shouldn't do good things for people. It does not hurt us to become. Kind. In fact, holding a door open for somebody when you walking into a grocery store or doing anything. Nice for somebody just because is a good thing. And that kind of kindness and generosity helps everybody else feel good. But when you're constantly giving of yourself and not holding anything in an energizing yourself, you wind up with very little to give the reality of the world in which we live is oftentimes, not entirely what we think it is reality is allusion. I've talked about that more than once in this podcast. And I have no doubt. I will continue to say so, but the thing we need to think about is that we can each use our consciousness to create the world thought feeling and action build our lives, we hold the key to change the world. The thing of it is for a lot of people. They believe that they really. Don't have that much power. We feel that we are disempowered. We find ourselves looking at the world today and going. Wow. How the hell did we get here? And the thing of it is, it's not like things are completely collapsing. Run our ears. It looks that way. But let's be honest, a lot of this is sensationalized dramatized. We are given the worst of the worst because that's what sells that's what we buy, that's the stuff that we pay for because it's interesting never mind. The fact that it's not healthy. Never mind, the fact that the negativity just builds more it sells and fear and terror which are huge part of this, and the fear and terror about things we cannot control. They're really the selling points and we fall for it. However, each and every one of us has the power to change our world. We do it by changing ourselves loud. Who said the key to growth is the introduction of higher dimensions of consciousness, into our awareness now, higher dimensions of consciousness, has nothing to do with hookah spooky alternate reality things will we're talking about in this instance is higher dimensions of being aware of ourselves. How often do you stop and say, what am I thinking? How am I feeling where do I wanna be today? I'll often do you actually pause and really give that some thought, do you pull yourself into the now by asking those questions? Because I know I don't and I should I talk about this all the time I blog about this twice a week. And yet, I still find myself getting caught up in the pattern of my day and doing the things I do. And then I get frustrated sometimes because I haven't paused ask myself where I'm at mindfulness, and awareness of ourselves is the key manifestation, the product con. Just reality creation, if we desire to build a better world it starts with us. So what we get to here is the notion of can the world be made better with awareness short answer. Yes, I think a lot of the problems that we run into the in this world today are because people are so unaware of themselves were so caught up in trying to know what's going on around us, and seeing the world outside of ourselves that we don't pay attention to what's in our own heads, because we don't pay attention. What's in our own heads? We get caught up in this stuff. That just doesn't help us, it does nothing to make us better. It does nothing to empower us improving ourselves and our lives. Improves the world. Let me say that again, improving ourselves and our lives. Improves the world, a lot of people, and this is where we into self-care again, a lot of people find self care to be a selfish idea. The truth is, this is not. Selfish selfishness which I wanted to find here, and I'm not opening up dictionary dot com to define this. I'm telling you this from the top of my head selfishness is an act that is done, not for the self but is done in a manner. That is disempowering to others around you. You see that there is a pie sitting on the table rather than taking one slice of the pie. You take the whole damned pie for yourself. That is selfishness, selfishness is not taking a slice of that pie. You're allowed some of the pie. It's there for everyone. Yes, it might run out. But then, by the same token, there might be a second pie because the Baker made enough knowing how many people here, she was going to get there that day. And that's one of the things that we often neglect. We feel we have to sacrifice sacrifices not a positive thing. Sacrifice is a product of lack and scarcity. We live in an abundant universe. Now, I know that feels like a lie. A lot of the time, we look at this world and it's really easy to see it as being lacking. There is just not enough. Now, what is there? Not enough of. That's a good question for a lot of people. There's no actual answer. But we're told there's not enough. There's not enough of this. There's not enough of that. There are insufficient resources. Why the hell do you think they want to build a wall between the United States in Mexico because what they're trying to tell you, is that those people crossing southern border are going to take the things that are not enough of on this side of the border. That's not the truth. Sorry, you're buying into that stuff. Look at the facts because the facts are going to tell you that's not true. The problem is not a problem, it doesn't exist. And the thing is the reason they're selling this is because they're selling this entire notion of lack and scarcity, but that's not how the world. Works. The thing that we don't see is that the only real power and control. We have comes from ourselves. It comes from within you and I are empowered to build our worlds, you and I are empowered to build our lives. It's very, very easy to not see this for what it is a lot of this has to do with being, I don't wanna say brainwashed. But Fettah steady diet of bullshit. And I don't swear every time I do this, but today, I'm going to throw this out there. We're fed a lot of crap. We are fed a lot of falsities because those empower believed that they need to disempower us why. Because they neglect to see abundance in this world now I know that it seems like I'm getting off topic here. But I'm really not because all of this ties into the same greater whole awareness, creates the world when we allow our awareness to focus on. These lies. When we allow our awareness to be caught up in this stuff that just isn't real. And yeah, I know it feels real and yes, it seems real. And I'm not in any way denying that there are some pretty awful things happening out there. However, if we keep our focus on that we are not going to be able to change it, pure and simple. Marcus Aurelius said, you have power over your mind, not outside events, realize this, and you will find strength to change the world. We must begin by changing ourselves. And the thing of it is, we need to realize we can't change these outside vents. We cannot change these people. We often feel like we can. I mean, let's face it, popular culture, cells us this, all the time the girl or the guy changes the person that they're interested in to fall for them, and they can get them to change. They could get them to become this thing that they're not. What the truth is nobody and nothing is going to change unless it has it's own desire to do. So nobody wants to be forced to change. You only change when you choose it. But to change the world we have to begin by changing ourselves and to do that. We need to be aware. We need to be conscious of what we are thinking, what we are feeling how we are feeling and between those, the actions that we are taking to build the world. We live in now it gets very, very, very, very easy to lose track of this stuff. It is really easy to not pay attention to the world around us. And what's going on? However, when we do we open ourselves up to create absolutely amazing things. So why should we consciously create our world? I think that this is a simple question because frankly. The answer is because the only way to improve the world is to change it for the better. Some people do not believe they have the power to make anything change. And so they don't they choose to go along with it. They don't vote. They don't choose to live the lives. They want they don't go for the true job. They wanted to do in this life, because they've bought into this notion that there is a set thing there is a ways and a means that they must follow. And if they don't follow it. They're going to be cut off from the tribe. They're going to be kicked out take your pick. There's all kinds of falsity with comes with this problems. Great and small can only begin to be solved when we solve them from within what I'm talking about here is awareness of the self when we're aware of ourselves, and we are mindful of where we are at, and how we are thinking and what we are thinking, and feeling how are we feeling what? Are we feeling when we are mindful in aware and conscious of this? We become more empowered to see. Hey, I'm not happy about this thing. Well, okay. Why am I not happy about this thing is it because it's something I can change or something. I can't change. Now again, I'm in no way shape. Or form saying, don't go to the protests. Don't take part in the things that are being done, the rallies, the fundraisers, whatever it is that makes you feel good to take part in trying to change this greater.

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"fettah" Discussed on A Way to Garden with Margaret Roach

A Way to Garden with Margaret Roach

04:08 min | 2 years ago

"fettah" Discussed on A Way to Garden with Margaret Roach

"Well, there's Nick Sharma he's the blogger behind Brown table, and he his book is called season. And he was born in India. But I think has lived most of his life in America. And he's it's not and I have not tested anything from this. This this book yet, but I'm a big fan of his blog and his work in general. But he says it's not a traditional Indian cookbook. It's it's influences. From growing up in Bombay, and then also acclimating to America. And he's and he writes for this in Francisco Chronicle, his column is called a Brown kitchen, again, then I mean, what interested me about this book, it's beautiful book, but that familiar dishes, so like for Totta, we're totally changed in a way that you know, I've made a million for Todd as we all have right, and every seems to have one, but what he put like, salon tro, and Garam masala and turmeric and ritually flakes besides Asia will garlic and onions, and then some punchier or Fettah instead of the cheese. We might be using, you know, I'm out of us parmesan or something and more talion influence, and it just I thought. Wow, I've never thought to put those with eggs. But of course, of course. Right. Right. No. I thought there was one of the recipes I booked in there had been here. And I think it may have may have had lentils also moving roasted cauliflower, lentils and Pinior it and it had all. These just flavors that I would never think to put in. And it just looks and sounds so delicious. So other ones in that sort of global flavors group. Yes. Isreaeli soul by domino. And Steven cook from Huw in Philadelphia and number of other restaurants now, they have I think three or four I forget all their names one is called Goldie. It's more like a fast casual thing and Philadelphia, but I want to make every single thing in this book. This is the problem with this Mitsubishi. Yeller full flashy in your face kind cookbook. Right. And I mean there was like what what do they say the reveal? They say like reality show, the reveal like there was this thing like grid of pictures of how full awful comes to get of my favorite foods being of a turn. And there it was it was like you throw it on the quiz Chapin of a little bit. You throw it in the quiz an art. And it becomes the the dough. And you and it was just so like, I didn't even practically have to read the recipe to get it. You know, and it was great. And it looked so beautiful and doable. Yes. No. And I made the they're quick tahina recipe, and they're five minute HAMAs recipe, which is you I you make quick Tina. And then you make the HAMAs, and it was delicious inside. No, I made this the day before the big tahini recall, have whatever. Yeah. Yeah. I've derived, so I think I think okay. But yeah, just maybe don't make the tahina right away. So as really soul looking good as chose. And what about together the this is I have not had a chance to make anything from this. But it looks really beautiful, and it has the vendor story, right? I mean, this is features. Like, I think like fifty recipes from women whose community was affected by the Grenfell tower fire, you know, so many people. And so I think this the Royal foundation in the UK has supported them coming together and created this book, you know, so it's kind of this beautiful community of healing and recipes look delicious. So yeah. Yeah. Other choices another one in that category is a common table by Cynthia mckernan. She's the blogger behind to red bowls. And it's she's Korean her husband. I think her husband's Chinese. I'm forgetting now, and it's just all about their. They've lived all over. He was born in Hawaii. They've lived everywhere east coast west coast, and it's just it's a book about you know, it's not a against traditional Korean book..

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"fettah" Discussed on It Seemed Smart

It Seemed Smart

02:10 min | 2 years ago

"fettah" Discussed on It Seemed Smart

"And a new mortgage to pay in short Simpson was under serious strain from the start going. Into the nineteen sixty seven tour. So like a lot of other writers on the tour. He took amphetamines to compete amphetamines prescription strength stimulants became popular with riders after World War Two, according to Peter Costin's. A lot of those drugs were army surplus always on all sides made massive massive numbers of vitamins soldiers. So they could find. I've alone periods. Riders took the same pills that fueled soldiers during wartime and put them to work on the roads. It wasn't the safest bet, but remember some riders were already stacking up a horrifying array of drugs in their systems just to get through the tour already so things like all snake cyanide. Nitroglycerine I mean, these say pretty frightening substances to be playing around with and and Brian to stay kind of full file of it in in quite serious wife. I mean, including death in a fortunate some cases, but if you took it in questionable dose, I guess. Maybe taking something like all snick was seen as as a way of of detonating pain. If that need muscle pain. Aching joints whoever it might bay. Compared to old standbys like rat poison nitroglycerine and cocaine prescription amphetamines made in a lab probably seemed almost like a safe choice. They weren't when paired with everything else though, which riders tended to do when the tour became desperate enough. There was no testing at that point for riders no data confirm which riders we're taking him phetamine during races. Fontana Kyo says we have to rely on other evidence the riders openly admitting it was happening. What we have is inevitable evidence about amphetamine use across the peleton, but you have people like Jacques Anquetil stating openly that he thinks two thirds of the riders taking and Fettah means you had Fausto Coppi one of the most famous writers and all.

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"fettah" Discussed on Gilbert Gottfried's Amazing Colossal Podcast

Gilbert Gottfried's Amazing Colossal Podcast

05:32 min | 2 years ago

"fettah" Discussed on Gilbert Gottfried's Amazing Colossal Podcast

"I'm touching the actual paper. It was like the reverence they had. They like it was the Dead Sea scrolls was there. Was that kind of respect for it? You know they were in awe of what they were holding, what they were reading? Yeah, it's the I have to urge when is it open by the way? September twenty first. Okay. So we're gonna urge our listeners, we'll time this so that it comes out just before before the movie. You can do it like September twenty fifth and say, boy, did you guys something really. With that Darah went. Yeah, yeah, very sweet. I learned things. I didn't know. I didn't know she was the first cast member hired. I never knew that. Yeah, I remember even when I was still the baiting the big he question. I heard this girl named Gilda was hired. Yeah. Yeah. There's so many touching things. The only thing I didn't know I never knew Emily tell was based on her grandmother. It was actually a nanny a nanny. It was. I thought it was nanna no, no, any. And she was hard of hearing and gilded and but that was a true collaborative effort. I think that Tom Davis gave her the name Emily la- Tele and lake. Great, Tom Davis, Al Franken's, funny man of funny, Honeyman guy, you know. So we all contributed to that. But you know, we was this little lady who. Couldn't was a little harder hearing. So she would talk about saving Soviet jewelry, you know, of your presidential erections. And what was the marriage like between guild and gene wilder? Well. It was. I think it saved his life guild ahead world of demons. Okay, she was believing. This is nothing out of school. It's all over the place. She drank a little bit and she was really not healthy at all. And when she went to do a movie called the Hanky panky that she co starred with gene wilder issue met an older guy who basically took her under his wing, aside from falling in love and all that stuff sent it to a battery doctors. And within time, the believe me was over and the drinking was over and base saved her to a great extent. So, but he was older and so guilty with treat him, you know, like an old man. Chiefs, make references something you would know, blood, sweat and tears because walking. Kaisa maybe. But it was. And then Robin, my wife guild, it became very, very close. So that was a lot of fun in the two of them would make fun of gene. Also, gene would say he was a great cook. He was a chef. He was also francophile if you went over his house and that's in the movie, it's fun. Oh my God. You go over his house a fucking cheese course. Okay. But five TS courses because if the each course is another thing cheese, and one time I really pissed them off because. You put out some cannon beer, reissue kind of thing that was aged in whatever that was supposed to just do a pallet with. And when he turned around, I got rid of that. And I put a a square of American. Really pissed house, Richard FEDER, your brother in law. People people that don't know those of you who don't know when we when guild in I created this Caracol Roseanne Roseanne data. The first couple, we of them. If you look, we use people on the crew and on the staff and about the third or fourth time I wrote in Richard fada from four jersey who married to my sister and the fort Lee, New Jersey gilded just like saying his name. So it became a running thing that this idiot would write a letter. Every is the stupidest questions. Okay. And she went answers him and he had to change his phone number or he. And he also at one point, I remember my mother telling me this was when the when that character was very popular. She says, we're thinking of Richie Fettah fater is thinking of making t shirts. I said, what will the t shirts say? It will say, I'm Richard fada from fort Lee, New Jersey capitalize. Yeah. But I said. I said, unless he pays for his own t shirt who else is going to buy this. Listen name is Richard from four lean, New Jersey. Okay. If I'm Bob Watson from freeport Long Island, why am I wearing. New Jersey. So there was a little miscalculation, but he's okay. She wind up in Toronto because she followed a guy there. I mean, that's just like Andrea Martin..

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Why Kim Kardashian's Weight Loss Comments Are So Toxic

Eating For Free

02:35 min | 2 years ago

Why Kim Kardashian's Weight Loss Comments Are So Toxic

"They'll say, reject, literally your own insecurities onto everyone. You meet. I really don't care about what Kim Kardashian had to say any further than this. But she also was in the news recently because of something that her and KENDALL Jenner got into trouble for. So talking about this, the connections, yeah, I know. Well, again, kind of on them. So earlier this week, Kim shared a series of videos of her sisters khloe and KENDALL complementing Kim's very trim figure as she revealed that she now weighs one hundred nineteen pounds. So KENDALL says, if you're so skinny, I'm really concerned. I don't think you're eating and Kim goes what? Thank you so much. So a bunch of me. I know it's. We do remember that these people are these people right? Like we've all met them. This isn't go through their minds. They don't think these things through. Again, I'm talking about this because I was really thinking this week about the way that Kim Kardashian as defined beauty standards, especially in America bog and has basically standardized the online digital currency for monetize ING, your own public image. So this is really the person we let do this. So a lot of people took if shoe with this Stephanie bay trees who's in Brooklyn. Nine nine was saying how Kim Kardashian saying what she weighs in her sister's complimenting her being so skinny as like eating my brain. There's only one time in my life where I ever weighed one hundred nineteen pounds. It was right in the middle of a terrible relationship in an intense eating disorder eating disorder. And I thought that I could be thinner and look even better. There was other people that started talking about this EMMY Rossum who's on shameless Hanlon to say about this too, and you know, oh, Jimmy. Djamil from the good place, all Instagram about it. I didn't think she had this much power. Again, commentary went after Kim about this, especially famous women who have aligned themselves with having eating disorders. I mean, she also just that thing with lollipops them. It like antidepressant anti like impressive lollipop. She's also basically subscribed like fake laxatives slash vitamins for pregnancy, like prenatal vitamins that are supposed to make you skinny. But like a lot of people called it out because you're like him, you're selling like like an Fettah means you're basically selling amphetamines to pregnant women to make them look skinny again, like it's like if it quacks like a duck leg, this is the thing..

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"fettah" Discussed on Hungry Girl: Chew The Right Thing!

Hungry Girl: Chew The Right Thing!

04:00 min | 3 years ago

"fettah" Discussed on Hungry Girl: Chew The Right Thing!

"Thing. A lot of these fast food restaurants have good, grilled chicken salads. This one is loaded with berries. Strawberries, blueberries almonds. Fettah raspberry vinaigrette. It has four hundred sixty calories, seventeen grams of fat. But if you skip the almonds, it's only three sixty and if you skip the dressing, it's three seventy. So there are ways to save their, there's so much on it with the federal the berries. You really don't need necessarily dressing. Yeah. No, I flavor big dressing fan anyway. So I would get the dressing. That's like a restaurant salad. Totally. I love it. And if you're at Wendy's and you don't want that salad, get the chili because the small one only has one hundred seventy calories and five grams of fat, or you get the chili and put it over a garden salad. That's my favorite. That was like my college especial virtually is really good. Love their chilling always of, yeah, so yummy. They were the first ones to do chilly one family back in the day before Chile was a thing, and I did my fries chili too. Not the chili and the the frosty, but. And if you have Carl's junior, that's a place I typically void or Hardee's which they're the same depending on the coast that you're on. I don't know if you know that, but Hardee's Carl's junior same company. They have a low carpet char. Low-carbon charbroiled barbecue chicken. It's a mouthful. But if you can say it and get it out in order, you get a low calorie Samways only two hundred seventy calories, six grams of fat. And if you request half the amount of barbecue sauce or just get the barbecue sauce on the side and use half of it to twenty calories uniform. So that's a really good deal. This one, I like because let's say you do want a Walker or a Big Mac. Walker junior is only two hundred and forty calories, ten grams of fat. It's probably a little Walker slider, but I would take it for that for that calorie count. That's without the mayo, right, right. No, male, always. That's just like a through line. It is don't ever have the male cheese on the juniors. I don't think a whopper comes with cheese. I think a Big Mac does come with cheese. You have to get a whopper with cheese. This is a memory for my childhood and then one of my favorite things ever the Taco Bell. Cinnamon twists are they so good? They're like crispy heroes. They're so yummy. Only one hundred seventy calories and six grams of fat. I love those. Yum. My niece can we just go like drive through to drive through after this and get everything on the fast food awards. We're going to go. We need. I think we need a picture to promote this episode so I'm gonna have to insist that we all just go to every drive. Let's do it. And then my old favorite and I will not give up on this. It's the McDonald's ice cream cone. When I first started talking about it, it was one hundred thirty calories. It has crept up and it was one hundred forty then one hundred fifty and now the latest at say, it's two hundred calories and five grams of fat. It's really good, so good because it's great soft serve. Yeah. In a queue cove night, serving size. What what calorie amount would have to go up to. For you to stop getting talent question. Oh, donald. Is it very close to comfort? Okay. But I the truth is I have maybe one every two, three years I don't. I don't really eat them a lot, but they're so good. So I think that's the end of the show which means it's time for the thing that makes me most nervous. Yeah, it's not the end of the show yet. Not until you do the hunger girl minute. Oh, and what does that again? Well, the hundred zero. Everything. Yeah, we're gonna give you sixty seconds, sixty seconds on the clock to see if you can recap everything covered in this fast food episodes. Okay. Do the right thing? No, sweat ready and go, okay, fast food while it could be not so great for you. This lots of good stuff you can find. And I highlight some of that. We like the Taco Bell fresco style menu where you swap out all the fatty stuff for like, you know, salsa, ish stuff, which saves you at least twenty five percent of the fat and calories. Cames MorningStar veggie burger is also a good choice..

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"fettah" Discussed on Parenting Great Kids with Dr. Meg Meeker

Parenting Great Kids with Dr. Meg Meeker

02:02 min | 3 years ago

"fettah" Discussed on Parenting Great Kids with Dr. Meg Meeker

"Delicious meals at home no matter how much experience you have and the kitchen that way your family can eat better feel better and skip the grocery store at the same time just go to sun basket app and pick from eighteen weekly recipes like fully loaded beef tacos with mexican simmer sauce i'll tell you friends eating sun basket makes you feel like you're somebody really special in the middle of the week i especially loved bucatini pomodoro with all its find nuts and recon is to lada and there's creamy fettah and cucumber flat breads with cyprus black eye peas eat food like that you're going to feel like queen or a king sun basket has palio glutenfree lean and clean vegan mediterranean family options and a lot more sun basket works with them best farms and suppliers to bring you fr rush organic produce and responsibly raised beef and seafood friends i'll tell you the pediatrician i'm all about the ding our kids organic everything they use premeasured and easy to prep you can get a healthy and delicious meal on the table in about thirty minutes there's something for every healthy journey and every busy lifestyle and you of listened to me no i love sundays go to sun basket dot com slash meg today to learn more and get thirty five dollars off your first order that's some basket dot com slash make for thirty five dollars off sun basket dot com slash meg armed with the measurements of millions of women third love bras are designed to fit real women moms like you and me whether you just had a baby whether you just lost a bunch.

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"fettah" Discussed on KFI AM 640

KFI AM 640

01:37 min | 3 years ago

"fettah" Discussed on KFI AM 640

"On the road his doing more is what autozone does best yet in the crowd ozone so one of three things and i said is going to happen either the sale is going to continue wine war they reselling or sale just drops out completely and now i can't keep it because no one would work with him or no one way the weinstein company is oh maybe these changes name maybe they chased name to the act me film company it's an ice generic bill handel tomorrow with six right after the wakeup call at 500 on kfi am 640 more stimulating talk boom lorde to by imsa coating were stimulating talk you it is super ever logo sunday trump there will be joined by playboy columnist brigitte fettah fetisov who went undercover on ashley madison to find out whether or not la's the most cheating town on the face of the planet earth or uh besides italy because i i believe it was a ranking of only amateurs so uh so italy wouldn't be eligible so death mom again the most depressing breaking the entire show happening right now nad all wheelchairbound man fell into a pooled drowned yesterday in pomona the fatal accident happened at 525 pm at number eight loss cuyo tastes dr according to ellie fire department the man found the water and assembly couldn't get him out right away a spokesperson from la county la fire.

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"fettah" Discussed on The Unbeatable Mind Podcast with Mark Divine

The Unbeatable Mind Podcast with Mark Divine

01:37 min | 3 years ago

"fettah" Discussed on The Unbeatable Mind Podcast with Mark Divine

"You know that maybe a little bit too heavy on the protein and i didn't really like they're meats but you those those salads were just incredible in the olive oil as well what do you think about the mediterranean diet and that is that do you think those people are kind of naturally metabolic we flexible just because of the diet in i think so yeah yeah i do tiers of all i i do because of the quality of the food rat just you know the choices of with a put you know that lots of tomatoes and olives and salad and you know let us and things like that and and fed fettah cheese and olive oil but it's the quality of all those ingredients and then it's the small portions if they do have you know pasta work now bread dick gegreat brajesh great poss and they don't eat a lot of it but he does and they're already offered everywhere yeah and there are always walk that's awesome well i noticed is five you gotta get gone this has been extremely interesting i know people are gonna love it if you can learn more about you at marks daily apple right is that a yup it marks the only apple dot com yup and prime in a book is the book is the key to reset diet key reset and you can go to re you could go to kiel reset dot com and you can order from your favorite purveyor of books their awesome and i'll be down doing your summit december first and very much looking forward to that likewise it's covered right up man yeah and we'll have fought we'll talk about all this stuff it will go into greater depth and do it do a big qna their it'll be good at abu performance yep now we're looking forward to that are mark thanks so much for your time superstore to have you with good luck with everything let us know how we can help and we'll see in december thanks man taken aback.

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"fettah" Discussed on Stuff You Should Know

Stuff You Should Know

01:49 min | 3 years ago

"fettah" Discussed on Stuff You Should Know

"I knew i was destined for something but they were they wreak syrup took close to sixty pounds a year yeah the greeks in the french apparently score between fifty three to seventy three pounds on average per person the greeks in the french are tied as the world's greatest consumers of cheese flood fed that is in fed is probably the oldest cheese by the way speaking of cheese history it's also one of the simplest yeah cry i love crumbly delicious fateh right fettah if you went to greece in made in grabs him fettah that some greek shepherd farmer had just made and you brought it back to the us they would slap the cuffs on you the fda would el because it's a the aging laws we have here different yeah it's a raw milk cheese now and which means it's made from it's a fresh kind of cheese made from unpasteurized milk and um in the us if you make that of cheese if you make she's using pasteurized milk um you have to aged sixty days at least unpasturized milk unpasteurized melania so this is just this like we just stepped into this fascinating world if you ask me yet pasteurization just quickly as uh most people knows when he take food usually a liquid though heated up really hot for a specific amount of time at a specific temperature than you cool it down real quickly in the goal there's to slow down microbial growth but not stop it because that would be sterilization how the not pasteurization named after the great louis pest too yeah and if you you don't wanna sterilize it because that that ruins the flavor so that would amount to get their allies milf sterilize cheese growth it's not good stuff but um not only is pasteurization good for your health.

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"fettah" Discussed on WBAL 1090AM

WBAL 1090AM

01:54 min | 3 years ago

"fettah" Discussed on WBAL 1090AM

"The prime minister of greece is alex his breasts cbs for johnson's in studio he can help me pronounce all the names in the news that i've what's your routinely so as soon as the prime minister of greece is done they're probably gonna be these are usually only about ten or fifteen minutes these are if that they're very short they always do it mostly for the foreign press so troy do you know which ones will banter back and forth here troy you know what the the meeting is mainly about today uh i believe they're going to address uh some economic and security issues between the two countries greece does have a lot of insecure economic issues to deal with that much we know they have had some issues since uh you know or of last five six years and financial problems in our country the great fettah embargo of the obama administration hopefully will come to an end and we can get back to some really high quality fettah but activates i've just kidding all right so yeah just one last know because you guys are very interested in always respond to this harvey weinstein news the producers killed kicking him out the academy kicking him out i assume he'll whatever other groups he's in his his subway club card is going to be revoked he's no longer if he gets to that 12 of he's not going to get the free sub any more but at the end of the day the grand scheme of things this isn't going to actually saw any of the problems underlying this and it's not some giant patriarchy power structure out there it's the partnership between the powerful in the media there was recently a republican out of pennsylvania congressman tim murphy who was ousted as having an affair and jeff turns out that he had a couple of affairs and he.

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"fettah" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

01:33 min | 4 years ago

"fettah" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Thank you for calling us thank you mm just the we don't have a heck of a lot of time left but let's talk about the other recipe though you've given a so we posted for israeli couscous and corn salad with tomatoes at fettah how is israeli couscous different from other kinds of couscous it's much bigger so what's great about this salad is it you have this textual contrast between the israeli couscous which is almost like sort of the size of barley but it's a little bit maybe not it's a little bit firmer than burly in a burly can be quite soft only like faro but far as a little crunch here so it's this great nebbi texture and then you have the corn which is super juicy and about the same size i love eating the two together in a salad and then of course you know and tomatoes anytime you're making solid in the summer because why wouldn't you right does it take long to me now it's super fast couscous cookson just a a few minutes you add the corn to the same boiling water how many years as many as you want you know what i mean i generally like to do per person i like to do an air per person and then you can dress stress just it while it's warm and then i had some fanta cheese or you could use any kind of cheese and that makes a creamy that little bit of creaming s and also has at salty tank which i think is just delicious with corn but you also use lime says wide lives us instead of lemon zest because they use lemons esten ninety eight percent of the things that i conduct servants awhile life mix it up with a live i loves it i love citrus asked i love the fresh brightness of it the tang and also i find that any time i use the juice of the citrus.

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"fettah" Discussed on Global News Podcast

Global News Podcast

01:52 min | 4 years ago

"fettah" Discussed on Global News Podcast

"To put these people the experiments of housing them in castel umberto list is used hotel work james reynolds reporting from sicily the issue of radicalised young muslims leaving home to join the fighting in syria has been much discussed but a conflict in europe is proving to be a similar magnet for young white man with rightwing views earlier this year in the swedish city of gothenburg police discovered links between the local farright and russianbacked militants fighting in ukraine jay lester fettah is a correspondent for buzzfeed news he told the bbc dan damon about the swedish organization it's called the nordic resistance movement and it's the largest nazi movement in sweden and it has been around since the nineties when it was sorta started as a kind of in a skinhead gang but more recently has tried to bring itself more into the mainstream including its organizing a political party for the first time and tell us about the attack on the refugee center so on the afternoon of january fifth there was the explosion in the parking lot of a shelter for asylum seekers initially the didn't know that it was a bomb in about a week later that was real that that was the case and if that these two members of this nordic resistance movement or three members rather were were involved in that but day it was not until many months later that it was learned that two two of the men involved had travelled to russia to train with paramilitary organisation that had evolved out of a group that had gone to fight on behalf of russian separatists in ukraine much the evidence for that but they went specifically to train prosecutors included a number of things in their evidence submitted to the court.

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"fettah" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

02:12 min | 4 years ago

"fettah" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"So why not give it the toxin it deserves tell you well why don't we awful twenty three years with the fast close to sleep on not state farm call an agent today other wbz news time 225 here's lorry curvy with women's watch food was always an important part of jamie gwynn's life i grew up sitting on the counter in the kitchen watching my mother cook who is an extraordinary talent she raised we singlehandedly and we celebrated everything win so she now celebrates every day with a give to food she graduated from the teaches culinary institute of america and she is also a certified sommelier and cookbook author farmers' markets are blooming there's no doubt we can sits and relax and enjoy a wonderful meal with family and friends at outdoors which i love our backyard is an entertaining haven and she thinks summer is the best time of the year of course farmers' markets are blooming there's no doubt we can sit and relax and enjoy a wonderful meal with family and friends outdoors which i love our backyard is an entertaining haven and those gatherings would be missing something of watermelon weren't served of course they're plentiful right now and gwen says putting watermelon on the grill brings added sweetness you can cut it into wedges or sticks leaving the rhine gone and i grill the watermelon just very quickly very high heat so that i get a little bit of chara mark allfinnish it with some crumbled fettah cheese his sometimes either basil from the gardiner freshman avocados are another favorite especially during the summer and they make for a terrific breakfast when says half the avocado take the pit out and break an egg right into the whole fire up the oven to three 75 and i place the avocado have this with the eggs broken in in the oven for about ten minutes and the eggs sets and the yolk is still running in the avocado warms through and it's outrageously delicious wad more recipes checkout chef at jamie dot com on the women's watch on lorry kirby wbz newsradio 1030 kantor presents.

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"fettah" Discussed on The Meb Faber Show

The Meb Faber Show

01:35 min | 4 years ago

"fettah" Discussed on The Meb Faber Show

"Listeners jeff legs anything cast roar crock populated soviet crock pot recipe senate energetics same one every single week yet a couple in the in the one i just made with some sort of like roasted potato with tomatoes and fettah dislike basic stuff but you know like going back to the suv vidh avenues to lead now the nova which is great because you don't have to have your your own dedicated to the machine but i would i would say half of it comes out good a quarter comes out amazing and a quarter basically inevitable like it's really bad must have been there may be an order night or like a third is just kinda like in my province i as a chef i'm more like my mom where it's like tablespoon all just grab a handful salt so i'm particularly batted baking because it it's use is a lot more exacting and i made some biscuits the other day which were just like the most they were like bricks arrogant issues we rambled on long pause it like seating leftovers so he gets alatas snacks tied this back to one last markets quest near all right i wanna know your thoughts on implementing lifestyle glide path for an individual or client portfolio the quant style approach looks at risk a lot different than most but i do see value in reducing portfolio a risk as you come closer to throwing money the question is which risk or which approach do used to reduce the risk regarding your trinity style approach does that mean reducing from say trinity five to eternity three a couple years prior to retirement.

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