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Girl Scouts (MM #4002)

The Mason Minute

01:00 min | 4 months ago

Girl Scouts (MM #4002)

"The NASA minute. With Kevin mason, he charged political climate that we're living in right now, gets frustrating at times. I try to stay away from what side of the coin I sit on. I'm just kind of a journalist here in a way, but I think I've reached my tipping point and it's all about girl scout cookies. I read a story the other day about girl scout cookie sellers as young as 5 years old being harassed by people for selling unhealthy food. In addition, there are some politically charged people who are accusing them of taking their cookie money to fund abortions through Planned Parenthood. You know what? We all know cookies are not good for us. Anything with sugar and shortening and flour is bad for us. Let's just face it. Do I love girl scout cookies? Yes, I do. Do I buy ten boxes every year? No, we may get one or two tops because we know how bad they are for us. But that's not why we buy those cookies. I can go to the store and buy cookies any day of the week. We buy them because their girls got cookies. Folks, we need to get a grip. I realize we've got a lot to complain about these days, but if we're complaining about girl scout cookies, we've got bigger issues, not with the world, but with ourselves.

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Girl Scouts (MM #4002)

The Mason Minute

01:00 min | 4 months ago

Girl Scouts (MM #4002)

"The NASA minute. With Kevin mason, he charged political climate that we're living in right now, gets frustrating at times. I try to stay away from what side of the coin I sit on. I'm just kind of a journalist here in a way, but I think I've reached my tipping point and it's all about girl scout cookies. I read a story the other day about girl scout cookie sellers as young as 5 years old being harassed by people for selling unhealthy food. In addition, there are some politically charged people who are accusing them of taking their cookie money to fund abortions through Planned Parenthood. You know what? We all know cookies are not good for us. Anything with sugar and shortening and flour is bad for us. Let's just face it. Do I love girl scout cookies? Yes, I do. Do I buy ten boxes every year? No, we may get one or two tops because we know how bad they are for us. But that's not why we buy those cookies. I can go to the store and buy cookies any day of the week. We buy them because their girls got cookies. Folks, we need to get a grip. I realize we've got a lot to complain about these days, but if we're complaining about girl scout cookies, we've got bigger issues, not with the world, but with ourselves.

Mason Minute Kevin Mason Baby Boomers Life Culture Society Musings Nasa
Girl Scouts (MM #4002)

The Mason Minute

01:00 min | 4 months ago

Girl Scouts (MM #4002)

"The NASA minute. With Kevin mason, he charged political climate that we're living in right now, gets frustrating at times. I try to stay away from what side of the coin I sit on. I'm just kind of a journalist here in a way, but I think I've reached my tipping point and it's all about girl scout cookies. I read a story the other day about girl scout cookie sellers as young as 5 years old being harassed by people for selling unhealthy food. In addition, there are some politically charged people who are accusing them of taking their cookie money to fund abortions through Planned Parenthood. You know what? We all know cookies are not good for us. Anything with sugar and shortening and flour is bad for us. Let's just face it. Do I love girl scout cookies? Yes, I do. Do I buy ten boxes every year? No, we may get one or two tops because we know how bad they are for us. But that's not why we buy those cookies. I can go to the store and buy cookies any day of the week. We buy them because their girls got cookies. Folks, we need to get a grip. I realize we've got a lot to complain about these days, but if we're complaining about girl scout cookies, we've got bigger issues, not with the world, but with ourselves.

Mason Minute Kevin Mason Baby Boomers Life Culture Society Musings Nasa
"flour" Discussed on The Atlas Obscura Podcast

The Atlas Obscura Podcast

03:10 min | 6 months ago

"flour" Discussed on The Atlas Obscura Podcast

"And we trust pass right on in and it is one of my favorite memories of us together is walking around gold metal flowers, enormous abandoned flour mill and pointing out the things that I had painted and pointing out the things that other people had painted. Yeah, it was so good. So not that long after I left Minneapolis, gold, middle flower started its own transformation. So the neon sign that had been off for decades was turned back on. And by the mid 2000s, half the building had been converted into these luxury apartments. And I like to think that some of my paintings, my murals might still be there, like hidden under the drywall somewhere. But one of the best things about the building's re invention is that one of the ruined sections of the building rather than being torn down was converted into something called the mill city museum. And it's this interpretive space, and it tells the story of early Minneapolis when the mills were the biggest businesses in town. And the mill workers who labored inside of these buildings had a totally different relationship with this space. And this museum, which I've been to, you know, as an adult, is really engaging and it's beautiful and it's this incredible example of adaptive reuse of taking this space that was kind of an eyesore and a danger in a ruin and turning it into something like really magical. But the other half of the building has never been converted. It's still a ruin. Both of these parts of this building kind of call to me equally. Like the ruins and the museum, both touch on different things in my life. And they kind of feels like this avatar for me for growing up. Like halfway I'm still this kid who just wants to explore and climb on stuff and find his way onto the rooftop. And then the other half is like grown up who cares about building preservation and cultural context and nerdy started a website about stuff just like this building. And so if there's one place that feels like my first true exploration, my the first thing where I fell in love with a place. I realized a place could be a kind of deeply personal magical relationship. It's got to be gold medal flour. And.

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"flour" Discussed on The Atlas Obscura Podcast

The Atlas Obscura Podcast

05:05 min | 6 months ago

"flour" Discussed on The Atlas Obscura Podcast

"Go have a look for Zelle in your banking app today. I grew up in Minneapolis, it's such a cool city. It is just fun vibrant place. And there's this building in Minneapolis called gold medal flower. And mills like this defined Minneapolis in St. Paul for a while. They used to actually call they used to call the city mill city. And gold medal flour at one time was the largest flour mill in the world. It made enough bread or flour to bake 12 million loaves of bread every day. But over time, flour milling dwindled in the city. It was replaced with new economic sources like advertising and arts and the mill started to shut down. I think it got shut down sometime in the 60s. And in the early 90s, it suffered this huge fire and though they kind of they propped it up to make sure it wasn't going to fall over on anyone. It became this kind of gigantic ruin and it sat right on the edge of the Mississippi River. And was this just massive kind of peace of a version of Minneapolis that didn't really exist anymore? So cut to me in the late 90s, I am what you would have called an alternative back then. Walking around, I got busta rhymes, like give me some more is on my Walkman. I am still listening to Nirvana even though it's a little bit old at this point. I'm watching the X-Men, like life is good, you know? And as a teenager, I actually I was a straight edger. So I didn't drink. I didn't do drugs. But that meant I needed another way to get into trouble. And so at around 13 or 14, I felt completely in love with graffiti. The thing is graffiti kids tend to know their cities in a way that most people don't. Like they know, they know the industrial areas. And they know that alleyways, they know the rooftops. Graffiti was like this past to treat the whole city like a puzzle waiting to be unlocked. Everything was just a new spot to be explored to be investigated, like, how did they get up there? How did they get to that under the under path of that bridge? Like, dude, I would never do that. That's insane. It just was this, it was like having this secret lens on the whole town. And in the 90s, Minneapolis had a pretty robust hip hop graffiti scene. And gold medal flour, this ten story tall, you know, city block big. Abandoned flour mill. Just screamed out across the city. It used to have this huge three story neon sign on the top of it. But it had been dark for like three decades. But it didn't matter. It was like it was as bright as the sun. It was this Beacon. And there were also so many stories about that place. So as soon as you started kind of getting into the graffiti urban exploration world, you started hearing stories about the tunnels that ran underneath gold medal flour and would like flood and you heard like really scary stories about kids going in there and falling through because there were these giant holes in the floor. You know, and so I finally, I finally just had to go. For a while, it was really easy. To get in, you would just walk up, there was a fence, but it was almost always cut. And then you could basically walk up to the front edge of the door, which had plywood on it, but the plywood was always broken open. Because there was just, I was not the only kid. Obsessed with this place. And so there was a pretty usually a pathway. As time went on, they tightened up security and then you had to go to the side of the building. There was a fire escape there, like the old school fire escape where it's a weighted kind. So you had to kind of climb up and then jump and grab the weighted end of the fire escape so that your body weight would pull the whole thing down and then you could you could climb up at and as you went up, it would clang back up. And so you were always worried because it made a big sound. But basically, once you got into the building, you were all good. The whole place was totally just yours. And it was this gathering place for other teenage wayward explorers. It was a huge, you know, graffiti, art gallery in there. From one week to the next, it was like an ever changing rotation of our and I would go in there and I could spend a whole day just painting this like elaborate.

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Household Budgets Were Already Tight. Then Came Inflation.

The Hugh Hewitt Show: Highly Concentrated

01:54 min | 6 months ago

Household Budgets Were Already Tight. Then Came Inflation.

"I want to reduce Selena zito's most recent column in the New York Post, one paragraph. Since last year in Pennsylvania, data from the U.S. Labor Department shows the price of gas has gone up a whopping 58% utility 25% bacon 21% that should be illegal. Chicken 9% and eggs coffee apples, flour and milk around 6 to 8%. All of these items are just basic necessities. There's bacon, and then there's everything else, so this is a great column. Tell us about it. Well, you know, we've been talking about the great resignation, right? We've been talking about the people who haven't been going to work. What about the people that have? And these are the working pooler who can not, who are struggling to be able to support their families. Why are they struggling because the inflation has just devastated them. They are unable to meet their basic needs because of these costs. And they're sort of invisible to everyone. They're doing all the right things. These are the people that is in manufacturing and the service industry that healthcare industry that we see every day that make our lives better and give us everything that we need or that we think that we need. However, they are suffering the most during this during this inflation. And that was what the stories about. I went to a food bank that doesn't require people to meet the needs of the federal guidelines. Because again, these are the people that are hurt the most. They're working, but they can't pay their rent. They can't pay their mortgage. They can't get basic food. They can't pay for their gas because inflation has just rocked their budget.

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September 17th, 1859: Joshua Norton Declares Himself Emperor the United States

This Day in History Class

02:16 min | 10 months ago

September 17th, 1859: Joshua Norton Declares Himself Emperor the United States

"The day was september seventeenth. Eighteen fifty nine a failed gold rush era businessman named joshua norton visited the offices of the san francisco bulletin. He gave the editor a short notice to be published in that day's paper and it began as follows at the peremptory request of a large majority of the citizens of these united states. I joshua norton of san francisco california declare and proclaim myself emperor of these united states. Now not much is known about norton's early life before his time as the self proclaimed emperor but what we do know is he was born around eighteen eighteen to a jewish family of merchants in present day. London when he was two. His family moved to south africa where his father established a successful ship. Supply business norton trying to get into the family business himself but his own ship supply. Company wound up going bankrupt after less than two years by the time he was thirty years old. Both of his parents and two of his siblings had died so one year later in eighteen. Forty nine norton left south africa for good in made his way to san francisco like many aspiring businessmen of his day. Norton had traveled to california hoping to capitalize on the recent gold rush after receiving his inheritance. He was worth about forty thousand dollars. Which is well over a million dollars. In today's money in san francisco. He invested that money in real estate including waterfront property. He also started a successful commodities business selling staple foods like rice and flour by eighteen. Fifty two norton had turned his forty thousand dollar investment into a quarter million dollar fortune. He was now one of the most influential and respected citizens of the city. But in a boom and bust town like gold. Rush era san francisco. What goes up. We'll certainly come down and often sooner than you'd expect.

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"flour" Discussed on The Nutrition Diva's Quick and Dirty Tips for Eating Well and Feeling Fabulous

The Nutrition Diva's Quick and Dirty Tips for Eating Well and Feeling Fabulous

03:06 min | 10 months ago

"flour" Discussed on The Nutrition Diva's Quick and Dirty Tips for Eating Well and Feeling Fabulous

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"flour" Discussed on The Nutrition Diva's Quick and Dirty Tips for Eating Well and Feeling Fabulous

The Nutrition Diva's Quick and Dirty Tips for Eating Well and Feeling Fabulous

03:17 min | 10 months ago

"flour" Discussed on The Nutrition Diva's Quick and Dirty Tips for Eating Well and Feeling Fabulous

"While a quarter cup of watermelon seed. Flour provides fifteen grams of fat nine grams of protein and just three grams of carbohydrate. That high fat content means it's also relatively high in calories a quarter cup of watermelon seed. Flour has one hundred eighty calories compared with one hundred sixty and almond flour. One hundred thirty and coconut flour and just one hundred and ten calories in a quarter cup of whole wheat flour. The nutritional profile of watermelon seed is probably most similar to that of almond flour. But i did put together one of my famous comparison tables showing the nutritional values for lots of different types of alternative and non alternative flowers and you can find that on my blog at nutrition over easy dot com. But it seems that. What's not in watermelon. Seed flour is just as important as what is in it. According to one of the leading purveyors of watermelon seed flour it is not just grain free and gluten free but also top eight free and what they mean by. That is that it doesn't contain any of the eight foods that are responsible for ninety percent of all food allergy reactions. The big eight as they are called our and this is roughly in order from the most to the least common dairy shellfish fish wheat eggs nuts peanuts and soy now being free of common allergens might seem like a pretty big plus and indeed. Many consumers interpret this sort of front of package. Labeling like big eight free as an indication that foods that are free of these allergens are somehow more helpful or more nutritious but you know for the ninety five percent of the population who do not have allergies to these foods. There's really no advantage to avoiding them. Contrary to some mistaken impressions eating food like wheat or soy does not increase your chances of developing an allergy to it watermelon seed. Flour also seems to have been taken up by those who followed the paleo diet which attempts to emulate the diet eaten by the hunter gatherer. Humans who runs the earth millions of years ago before the dawn of agriculture and domesticated livestock the first watermelon seed flour recipe that i was able to find online was for low carb paleo pancakes and waffles. You know have mixed feelings about the paleo diet movement which. I talked about more. In a previous episode. Paleo enthusiasts can be awfully dogmatic about what is and isn't paleo approved and i find that kind of ironic given how little we actually know for sure. About what various paleolithic populations eight and their health issues and for a movement that purports to be a return to our nutritional roots. There seemed to be an awful lot of very highly processed paleo foods. I picture early. Humans roaming the aisles of my local natural grocery store tossing paleo approved coffee creamer and.

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The Nottingham Cheese Riot of 1766

Aaron Mahnke's Cabinet of Curiosities

02:12 min | 11 months ago

The Nottingham Cheese Riot of 1766

"It all started at the nottingham goose fair a traveling carnival dating back a thousand years. Maybe more that visited the area every october back then instead of rides or games of chance. The goose fair was mainly a food festival. It began as a livestock market. Where animals of all kinds including geese were traded among fair goers over time it branched out into other kinds of food as well but especially cheese in fact it became a primary reason. People attended the fair but never more important than in seventeen sixty six you see in the months leading up to the event. A poor harvest threatened europe with a nationwide food shortage. People were scared in the markets reacted. Accordingly high demand resulted in skyrocketing prices flour wheat corn and yes cheese. All saw an uptick in prices prices. That were beyond what most people could afford. But when the nottingham goose fair came around that year the prices weren't the only things. Rising tempers had gotten pretty heated to just one week earlier cheese had been selling for anywhere between fourteen and twenty two shillings per one hundred weights at coventry markets. The following week the goose fair saw prices double by today's standards that put the cost of cheese at nearly two hundred pounds too pricey for locals just trying to get by adding insult to injury. There was more cheese present at this fair than in previous years. All of it's just out of reach from almost everyone in attendance. Things came to a head on october second. When a group of merchants from nearby lincolnshire traveled to nottingham. They had come to buy hundreds of pounds of cheese which they plan to sell in their own county but the locals didn't take too kindly to having their cheese bought by out of towners only to be sold elsewhere. They were hungry and desperate. A group of young men stopped the merchants on the road surrounding their caravan offering an ultimatum. Either shared their cheese with everyone else or get. The cheddar kicked out of them. A fight broke out shortly after that. With a mob of fed up fair goers taking their anger out on the local shops they broke windows and liberated hundreds of cheese wheels rolling them into the streets and hurling them out into open

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Summer Cocktail Tips, Straight From the Garden

Plantrama

01:54 min | 1 year ago

Summer Cocktail Tips, Straight From the Garden

"I. I'm not going to talk about a specific cocktail today. But i'm going to encourage people to experiment you know ellen. The mo- hito has been so popular of late. Right and there are several mint based cocktails. And they're fine. They're wonderful and all kinds of mintz can be used for them. So that's delicious. But i would encourage people to experiment with other flavors with any traditional cocktail recipe. That calls for meant whether it's a mint julep or mo hito instead of using the mint think about using other flavors in that same recipe and i would encourage you to try basil. That's a wonderful herb to use for flavoring. I would encourage you to try lemon for beena. Which is a little milder and But also plays well very well with anything that has lime in it. Of course and i would also encourage people to try to stir cham's because using minister shem foliage instead of the mint and even minister shem flowers. You put those flowers and foliage in the cocktail shaker and you mix it up and straighten it out and you've got the spiciness of distortion and you can garnish the cocktail with mr shem flour. And it's it's yummy. I wasn't even thinking on long the substitution line. But last year i had an august a in my garden and at the end of the year i was cutting them back and i dried all the foliage and it's got a wonderful sort of half meant have liquorice flavour and i made some of it into a syrup and i've been thinking what could i. How could i use this in a cocktail so going to go back and look at all the classic mint cocktails and see one. This substitution does for just mixing it up a little bit.

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For a Different Look in Your Garden, Try Yucca

Your Gardening Questions

02:24 min | 1 year ago

For a Different Look in Your Garden, Try Yucca

"Initially and i'm talking way back in time. I thought that plant doesn't belong here. It looks like the zone plant or new mexico. Plant or whatever i i was. I was a bit of a situation with a class and i turned to the professor to ask question. I must have backed up. Just a touch. I had shorts on at that point in time. And i knew i backed into something. Because the tips of leaves are bordering on being that of a needle. I understand they use the indian people used to indigenous people used to strip the leaves of some of their vantage and so on and use them as wine or minor rope and so on. Yucca is the name of the plant yucca is has been for. I don't know we can have now and going on. It's about i think half over tall boring on four and a half five five and a half feet tall. The leaves are staying at. Oh i don't know need to buy and then up comes this stem gangly looking thing when it first starts up when it starts to flower. It's very different now. Summer white white and beyond that summer kind of a creamy white there is a variegated form. And so i still think the plant belongs in arizona however when it is used here in in all zone five and six it still fits in If it's not just one plant and that one plant can be used in a perennial garden. sticking up background. That's fine but i. I've seen them used wrong or they don't i don't know they don't seem to hold their own visually against we'll call the normal foliage and things around here however i've seen the music groups and a group of yucca. Five plants whatever it might be can be seen. I swear for up to a quarter mile when they're standing tall and saw it. So i put that in there. It's it's the red white and blue time Up up close. The plants are always sending out new flower florence. If you will and and some old dead when so when you're up close you kinda see a mixture but at a distance it's all just a great big four and a half foot stem of white flour. So it's it. It has to be a plan of the week. And since it's about what i call mid bloom period That's it and it does kind of add to our fourth of july red white and

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The Top Toxins Affecting Our Health With Myers Detox Founder, Wendy Myers

Dr. Jockers Functional Nutrition

02:36 min | 1 year ago

The Top Toxins Affecting Our Health With Myers Detox Founder, Wendy Myers

"Would you say are the top five toxins that people are being exposed to that are impacting. Their health has the number one is led. I mean it's unfortunately just ubiquitous in our environment. Everyone has lead. Toxicity might not be readily apparent on heavy metals test. Our bodies to questors lead in our bones and so our bones or just full of land because of leaded gasoline that was outlawed in the seventies. But it's still allowed in developing countries all of that just gets into our oceans. It gets door. Food comes the weather patterns over the us and gets to our crops and whatnot so in it's in lead paint and it's fifty percent or more of home still have led eight underneath the newer paint and a lot of countries even at home depot. They found there. Were still selling leaded paint Even though they're not supposed to be so it was a recent scandal another countries. I think a rash of lead poisoning among the citizen so at mentors mercury. Mercury is a huge problem in our fish supply but it's also in four hundred medications. It's in the air everything in a lot of different sources of mercury doen't mercury amalgam. Fillings is a huge obvious source and then Arsenic is more glorious. Four hundred different medications like what are some of those medications young guys and definitely you know vaccines. i mean. they're right now to the. The the flu vaccine can up some results. The large community bottles not the individual shots and some of the large community of flu. Vials us with the hospitals in drugstores have which is fifty percent luxury but It's not as much of a problem now because the public outcry in vaccines but now they use aluminum which is neuro toxin. But yeah that's one of the other Bit big problems as aluminum. Big toxins that cause you know brain inflammation and cause dementia in 'cause you know you're nervous not fire for a properly in brain fog and a aluminum very neuro. Philip in loves fat and brain cells and our nervous system tissue so that is in our enormity odorant and aluminum cans and aluminum foil. That we cook with an. It's a you know an anti-caking agent in flour sugar and salt in just and so minutes in the air that we breathe is

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Summer Chocolate Brownie Recipe

The Maria Liberati Show

03:09 min | 1 year ago

Summer Chocolate Brownie Recipe

"Chocolate is so popular for this summer. One of my favorite recipes to bring along for summer picnics. And you know. The fourth of july's coming up in just mentioned father's day is around the corner One of my favorite things to make is the chocolate coffee brownies squares. It's it's a recipe. That's in my book. The basic art of coffee. That was actually one of the giveaway books last month. So whether you're celebrating fourth of july or father stay home or away. These chocolate coffee. Brownies squares are easy to make. And take with you in. Besides who doesn't love you work effect of chocolate and coffee together and besides everybody said that you know in the survey that they're gonna be camping and or taking trips and bringing chocolate with them. So maybe you'll blake to take these chocolate coffee brownie squares with you. They are easy to transport. Here's the recipe a half a cup of flour a half a cup of butter third cup of sugar. One quarter cup of dried shredded. Coconut plus one tablespoon of dry shredded coconut unsweetened the one tablespoon extra is for the topping to eggs five tablespoons of mill two tablespoons of espresso coffee two tablespoons of dried instant coffee one teaspoon of pure vanilla a teaspoon of baking powder one tablespoon of powdered sugar two tablespoons of unsweetened cocoa powder plus two tablespoons for topping blend butter and sugar with an electric mixer till blended in the butter. Soft and creamy in. Sugar is well blended in ad in the eggs and five tablespoons of milk place in the sifted flour cocoa vanilla baking powder mix so well blended then put in coconut powdered instant coffee stir to well blended. Preheat the oven to three hundred. Seventy five degrees line square pan with parchment. Paper spread the mixture in the pan. Bake in a preheated oven for forty minutes in a bull mixed two tablespoons of powdered cocoa powdered sugar and hot espresso coffee and blindness together when the brownies are done turn off the oven. Take brownies out of the oven than place. The topping on and then place the brownies back in to see the warm oven for just five minutes. Take out and let them cool for five to ten minutes in another dish mixed two tablespoons of shredded coconut with two teaspoons of instant coffee powder when the brownies or cool cut into squares and sprinkle with shredded coconut topping before serving scoop of chocolate gelato. Ice cream refers in yogurt served on the side. Intensifies the well factor of this desert. If you're serving this at a picnic or you know a get together or sit down and get together you know. That's a a great way to serve it with some ice cream or gelato refers in yogurt on the side.

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Fred Highlights a Couple of Plants Everyone Should Consider.

Your Gardening Questions

02:03 min | 1 year ago

Fred Highlights a Couple of Plants Everyone Should Consider.

"Already had a couple of other plants. You wanted to highlight. I definitely do the one that has been highlighting itself for perhaps up toward two weeks and then again like all other tree families groups and so on. They don't all bloom at one time. Now they gather up at one time. But i have been enjoying immensely my own and then dozens of other japanese tree lilacs. They are technically lilac. They have relatively little fragrance. Unfortunately it's it's not unpleasant but it's just not much there. They are anywhere from a creamy white flour to Well whitish. I don't i don't know about snow-driven but at the same time they're they're very remarkable and you can see them literally if you turn a corner on a city street and they've used as a street tree you can see in three blocks away when you turn the corner. They're they're quite remarkable for a period of roughly two two and a half weeks there quite a sturdy tree. I have seen them now and now being the last x. number of years where they're being known well enough to be used as a retreat. I've seen them from. I'm going to call them saplings. On up to about ten inches in diameter and then i have to tell a quick story about driving the countryside many years ago when i thought i knew what a japanese tree lilac was and hadn't paid any attention. Anyhow i'm trying to get on county roads from one town in northern ohio to another. And i'm i'm i'm kind of beaten it on the road and i came over a rise in his. I looked down there. Were three of them. Yeah that i could see honestly for quarter-mile with up being any attention. I kinda hit the brakes. So i get a better look. I forgot there was a guy behind me. Yeah i don read sign language that remarkable though march they add and their their their finishing up right now but even after the glory of the flower and the little little flower

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The Blood of the Future Could Be Made in a Lab

WSJ The Future of Everything

01:43 min | 1 year ago

The Blood of the Future Could Be Made in a Lab

"The corona virus hit its supply chains around the world corona virus. Driving a consumer scramble for hand sanitizers even bars of soap product. This has become white gold nation where flour and yeast or in short supply. I one of the central business storylines of the coronavirus crisis has been the shortage of so-called. N ninety. Five respirator face masks the while you might be able to do without flour for a week or two or make a diy mask. There was one supply chain breakdown that got people worried. We started running low on blood. Corona virus has forced the cancellation. Many blood drives creating shortage. When it's needed the most social distancing measures brought these blood drive screeching to a halt since the pandemic started sweeping through the us in march. The red cross says there have been one million fewer donations. The normal chris. Rhoda is the president of biomedical services at the american red cross. That hit us very hard. So we we went into emergency mode right right around. Mid-march where inventories started to drop dramatically. Were rationing blood. To hospitals pretty aggressively. Luckily those rations were enough mostly because hospitals had stopped doing elective surgeries to make space for corona virus patients. If that hadn't happened the supply of blood would have forced hospitals to stop doing elective and scheduled surgeries to consider blood products for those patients. That are that are critical in need. Obviously don't have choice. The pandemic revealed how much we rely on donors to support our blood supply.

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Great News About a New Regional Wholesale Hub

Slow Flowers with Debra Prinzing

01:49 min | 1 year ago

Great News About a New Regional Wholesale Hub

"As you may know. I've been documenting. The emergence and rise of regional flower hubs for more than a decade. My deepest ties are with the seattle wholesale growers market. A farmer owned cooperative whose origin state twenty ten. When a group of growers came together at a regional. Asc of g meeting held at charles little and company. In eugene oregon. Fortunately i was there and witnessed those. I am vicious optimistic. Conversations that yielded what we here in seattle. Enjoy today at the time. There were only two other models to which the founders of the seattle growers market could look oregon flower growers association which has a long history in the portland market having been founded in the nineteen forties and fairfield flowers a small but mighty collective of wisconsin and illinois growers serving madison and milwaukee flores fairfield flower ceased operating as a collective on january first of two thousand nineteen but many of the floor farmers who participated still grow and sell flowers independently. We have witnessed encouraged and featured on the slow flowers podcast. Numerous other regional efforts to bring flowers from the field to the florist and consumer and innovative ways from legal cooperatives to privately held wholesaler operations from casual meetups to marketing collectives. You've heard from many of them or their members here on the slow flowers podcast and now we have a new example to highlight. Let's welcome to of the founders of old dominion flour cooperative a washington. Dc area local flower cooperative. My guests are melissa webster founder and megan wakefield director of operations to growers. Who are part of this group. That launched publicly at the end of january.

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Federated Learning for All With Flower

The Python Podcast.__init__

02:04 min | 1 year ago

Federated Learning for All With Flower

"Your host is usual as tobias macy today interviewing daniel boy till about flour a framework for building federated learning systems. So daniel can you start by introducing yourself my nose daniel. I'm the founder of a hamburger. Best startup called adapt. And i'm one of the creators off to flower federated learning framework. And we call it and flower. The friendly federated learning framework. I got introduced a python. Yes absolutely so. I started doing python a bit more than ten years ago. Actually during my undergrad studies. And then i didn't use it for quite a bit. But then as you resurfaced on rediscovered it or to hold data. Science space within machine learning is pretty much based around python. So that's how i again got into it and started to learn properly and now we basically use it. Most of the things we do apart from some some educa- select a weapon like mobile applications. Where other languages are more suitable. We now use it for all of the machinery of beckoned systems and actually for some robotics cases to it before we get too deep into flowers specifically. I mentioned that it's a framework for building federated learning systems. So just wondering if you could just start by giving a bit of description about what that means. What federated learning is in the context of data science and l. So when we usually talk about machine learning the underlying assumption usually is that we have a single data sets sits in a single place so we can access the entire data said we can analyze the entire data set and we can basically read any example that is placed in the data set with federated learning. That's not the case anymore. I mean having a data said in a single location is pretty restrictive. So you have to collect all of the data. I which is not always possible sometimes not possible due to our example legal constraints. Sometimes it's not possible. Due to technical constraints the data is just to lower the rate at which the data's being generated as too large transmit. All that over the network

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Flowers For Mom (MM #3699)

The Mason Minute

01:00 min | 1 year ago

Flowers For Mom (MM #3699)

"The Maison with Kevin Nation. If you normally buy flowers for mom on Mother's Day, you may be in for quite a shock this year. Number one, choices are extremely high, you know, we can blame that on, right? Like they say prices are the highest they've been for around thirty years. But not only that, it's going to be tougher to find flowers this year. And that's too because of the pandemic. Took a lot of flower Growers, are small Independent Business. People, they weren't able to survive covid-19. They went out of business, but another reason there are fewer flowers, this year is kind of interesting. And that's because many flower Growers have sold their Faith Farms to marijuana farmer's or they've adapted their business from flowers to marijuana growing. The crops themselves this year have flowers are go to move from Mom's going to be tougher much like everything else. Tougher to find each year. I know I hate to be the bearer of bad news just the day before Mother's Day, but at least wanted you to be aware flour, prices up up up if you can find them. And let's be honest, if you can find it at this point, how nice it they going to be. I think that's the bigger question right now, dead.

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Flowers For Mom (MM #3699)

The Mason Minute

01:00 min | 1 year ago

Flowers For Mom (MM #3699)

"The Maison with Kevin Nation. If you normally buy flowers for mom on Mother's Day, you may be in for quite a shock this year. Number one, choices are extremely high, you know, we can blame that on, right? Like they say prices are the highest they've been for around thirty years. But not only that, it's going to be tougher to find flowers this year. And that's too because of the pandemic. Took a lot of flower Growers, are small Independent Business. People, they weren't able to survive covid-19. They went out of business, but another reason there are fewer flowers, this year is kind of interesting. And that's because many flower Growers have sold their Faith Farms to marijuana farmer's or they've adapted their business from flowers to marijuana growing. The crops themselves this year have flowers are go to move from Mom's going to be tougher much like everything else. Tougher to find each year. I know I hate to be the bearer of bad news just the day before Mother's Day, but at least wanted you to be aware flour, prices up up up if you can find them. And let's be honest, if you can find it at this point, how nice it they going to be. I think that's the bigger question right now, dead.

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Flowers For Mom (MM #3699)

The Mason Minute

01:00 min | 1 year ago

Flowers For Mom (MM #3699)

"The Maison with Kevin Nation. If you normally buy flowers for mom on Mother's Day, you may be in for quite a shock this year. Number one, choices are extremely high, you know, we can blame that on, right? Like they say prices are the highest they've been for around thirty years. But not only that, it's going to be tougher to find flowers this year. And that's too because of the pandemic. Took a lot of flower Growers, are small Independent Business. People, they weren't able to survive covid-19. They went out of business, but another reason there are fewer flowers, this year is kind of interesting. And that's because many flower Growers have sold their Faith Farms to marijuana farmer's or they've adapted their business from flowers to marijuana growing. The crops themselves this year have flowers are go to move from Mom's going to be tougher much like everything else. Tougher to find each year. I know I hate to be the bearer of bad news just the day before Mother's Day, but at least wanted you to be aware flour, prices up up up if you can find them. And let's be honest, if you can find it at this point, how nice it they going to be. I think that's the bigger question right now, dead.

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The Beauty Benefits of Turmeric

Allure: The Science of Beauty

01:26 min | 1 year ago

The Beauty Benefits of Turmeric

"Dermatologist veto. mari walla who south asian herself offers. An example of how ubiquitous the beauty benefits of timur have become. Interestingly skinned benefits are all so ingrained in the culture that typically day or sober before your wedding in india. There's actually something called a halt these ceremony. Literally it's the day before even the day of the wedding and your family members rob a piece of turmeric sandalwood in gram flour on your skin so in this like pre wedding ritual. You know it's supposed to be good luck. You can imagine that started as a way to fully dead skin and give the bride and the groom that glowing look before their big day. Obviously traditionally we know has been used in food. But it's just such a part of indian culture. The we actually do a whole ceremony dedicated towards on the day of our wedding. But what is it about tumor. That makes it such a beauty powerhouse. The secret sauce is curcumin. A chemical compound founding to mark with antioxidant properties. Marijuana breaks a down that works a lot like vitamin e. It's a chain breaking antioxidant. What i mean by that is that it can both scavenge free. Oxygen radicals on the skin and inhibit the generation of reactive oxygen species. So it's like a for right. Not only does it stop these free radicals from forming but also helps get them

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"flour" Discussed on WBAP 820AM

WBAP 820AM

03:06 min | 1 year ago

"flour" Discussed on WBAP 820AM

"For the town of Flour mounds. Breakfast with Santa. They do all those sorts of things they're community involved. Yeah, they're kind of known as a czar, Hot dog boys around town. The Summit club does because they make hot dogs, among other items for civic and nonprofit events. Well, as you might imagine the activities of the Summit club this year have been sparse. Because most of those events Been canceled, right? And so the summit club they haven't really been able to give back like they'd like to There was one group, though, that was still continuing in flower mound, and it's the Santa Cops program. Center cops? Yeah, the Santa cops and what they do is they gathered gift cards and cash donations to buy toys and clothes or gifts for kids who would otherwise go without a Christmas fantastic. And as you might imagine, it's been a tough year for them because they haven't been able to have a program or a fun riser like the fundraiser like they normally do to raise money for these kiddos. That's where the summit club stepped in. They held a hot dogs for gift cards event this past Saturday. There's past Sunday, actually hot dogs for gift cards, so they provided hot dog lunches and they would give him out to anybody who came by and would donate to the cause. So if you came by and you gave a gift card could be used for the Sanders cops program. Yeah, the Summit club gave you a hot dog lunch. She had come by with 10 cards. Exactly. Yeah, well, you're not the only one. Because they raised $3900 Ali for the Santa Cops Program on the hot Dogs for Gift cards Program Sunday. How about the $3900 in hot dogs? Yes. So good for the summit club and fly around in the great found a way to still be impactful. You can find that warrants Summit Club. Dot org's and thank you bill for sharing that with us sent a note, he said. You know what? This might be a really good. Tell me something good for. Well, Thank you very much, because it is a really good. Yeah. Tell me something good. I love Bill's signature on his email. You know, I might steal this. This signature on his email below his name, says it's Are you gonna hack into his account that might be the smallest good deed. Is better. Than the greatest good intention. And that is so true. The smallest good deed is better. Great. Greatest good. Good intention. Yes, Traffic time. Here's Monica Money. 6 35 North pounded I 30 that was still there on the ramp itself. Also, my 35 East South and Walnut Hill overturned the 18 Wheeler involved in that one. Luke 12 north and 9 35 that was still there in the left lane. Wghp first traffic on the ones on money Cook. 58.

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"flour" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

02:05 min | 1 year ago

"flour" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Is Ethiopian music from Belgium. The band is called black Flour on the song is a babe a Xaveco. Interesting use of alternating twos and threes in the rhythm of that piece, which has the traditional sound of Ethiopian pop of the early seventies, the style known as Ethio Jazz. With lots of horns and no singer in the band Black flour, But we heard the singer Min. Yes, you before that Born in Ethiopia but lives and works in the Netherlands. Her son called. Zara also had a lot of those old classic Ethiopian pop sounds as well as some very contemporary pop sounds. That would would certainly have been Strikingly out of place back in the early seventies at the beginning of the set from the early seventies, the great Ethiopian singer Mahmood Ahmed and the title track of his album area, Mella Mella. Muhammad was one of the leading voices on the scene and in a concert here in New York at Carnegie Hall just a couple of years ago proved that he still has what it takes to bring it on stage. So Uh, the the idea that this is exclusively music from the past, that's not actually true, And when we continue in a moment, it'll be with a musician who was part of that scene in the seventies and then moved to the United States worked as a taxi driver for a number of decades. And now is out touring with his own band again. Hi Loomer JIA's music coming up in just a moment, as well as Ethiopian music from Australia, Israel and more. I'm John Schaefer, and you're listening to new sounds the next show or in the home stretch of our pre election. Siri's 30 issues in 30 days. It's issued 29. What kind of covert relief bill should come next? The House Democrats and.

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"flour" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

Newsradio 970 WFLA

02:05 min | 2 years ago

"flour" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

"Was causing in and he is a lot of other questions. With the other doctors simply couldn't answer because they're kind of Standard days to answer was well, well, claiming on the open final rule will have to visit that when we get in there and see just how bad is there, Flour well doctor vertebrae and did a wonderful job. Dr Nowak is very knowledgeable, and that's what Dr Bennett he does. He highly educates his surgeons in what to look for and how it affects the mechanics of the body. Now they also tell you that utilize something called conscious I V sedation. So you're sedated, but you are interacting through the procedure with the surgical staff. So what was that experience like for you? I was very unique years that my confidence in you, you can actually Hear what the doctor's asking. You feel the pain. You can tell him where the pain is that weather in the front of the legs. I'd like rear the leg in the buttocks in the lower part of the back. You actually kind of participating in the in the surgery and not only that they have it on TV screen and the first time I said they're watched it and it was actually very busy. And it almost removes you from the moment. It's like you're watching TV. So it almost separates you from that surgical moment. But it is reassuring that you're not put completely under so you are able to recreate the pain on the table so the doctors can remove the root cause of the pain. Absolutely. And what was what was it like after surgery? When did you feel a relief of the pain that brought you in? That's funny. The relief of the pain that your experience was actually almost immediate. Of course, you had some of the minimally.

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"flour" Discussed on The Know Show

The Know Show

02:16 min | 2 years ago

"flour" Discussed on The Know Show

"Where I space. The people who are interested in. Getting into academia I suppose it's like that question of rates. Lowering emerged today nation because. Fundamentally. acade- Mares lots of different things to different people, but it offers a great potential to take made questions and developed insider until lots of different people so I think it is a question from. Checking in with yourself like what it is, you want to mention wilds, and isn't a enjoy like reading writing. The people is us only enjoy. feather academia call. Do you think it does very specific things? In terms of conservation thing I just really. WanNa push that agenda for disciplinary understanding exchange. Environmental humanities is another. Era just imagining now brings environmental science into dialogue with the humanities. History Nurture Nossa fields imagining, but people control other and I think that really exciting as is to position. The South aren't to get involved in conversations. I guess the other thing is just like slowing was happening in the wild. Into can't now connected harmed by Fleming how. Changes, the way we govern ourselves and govern of the people is going to be tested also halley manage some of these kind of reading potent conservation questions is can be interesting like notice. The different things connected together notice the different things get knocked talked about. Those video important. Thus other. knuckleheads go ahead night. Big Message is really about like. thinking. And thinking people as talk on sedation as. Performance. I think that's a fantastic message. Disagree advisors will to anyone get in. I've really enjoyed talking to you. Know, missy, say spinoff fantastic from sation of enjoyed a lot. And we'll definitely be following up in in time for the book rights. Other. Antica face get back in touch..

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"flour" Discussed on Restaurant Tales

Restaurant Tales

15:07 min | 2 years ago

"flour" Discussed on Restaurant Tales

"Was the focus that we have in this. Just looking out for your wellness. Why was kind of excited just to hang out with the three of us? Because we talk about nonsense. Yeah so probably Lowest Alpha episode of people are Gonna. Start it like. Oh it's just the three of them. Listen to that Shit. That's understandable. But we're going to do it. Did you guys ever everybody's everybody's either so close down there right now. Don't cozy out of the equation. Take out of the equation. Just Leave Brady. Ninety play under the table. We don't know breath stomach that it's pretty bad. There's got to be other people out there that feel the same way. Do you remember when that tat six. Remember that six people bricks on the north side. We've talked about this not the not huge high top table but they're like low tops. Stop like in the middle of the middle of it and that kid like projectile vomiting over the entire thing. Nope Brady that night. Don't recall better. He was drunk and or high during it. No no no working. No anyway what? What story did we just start this? Podcast off with about taking an edible bartend care about that place that much. Okay you did. You were hi there. What but I realized very quickly. I can't do that and make them work. Okay but that was. Yeah breakthroughs a six top and it was like a show. Okay okay now sat down. There was a kid they were all young. Probably early. Twenties sat down one one kid at the end of it so it was like four hundred side and then one on the end up like they sit down and I remember like ice at them in their server came over got them all waters and like I was walking by and this kid like projectile vomited from one end of the table and it covered the entire table and he hit the other side of the fucking table. When you say kid how old were early twenties human actually? No not forgivable a second grader. You're talking about someone who is legally an adult. Yes yeah. So we're at podcast and get do the vomited from one of the table in made it and hit the other end of the fucking table. I remember nobody you were working because I remember you saying that you wouldn't you absolutely would not clean it up. I I remember that being like I won't touch that. I won't talk that Shit a lot of things that nobody else would. I went and cleaned it up. And there's fucking nasty. Do you make them leave. Yeah of course. Well I was up there puke stories at worst. I think told me one of the old lady have an eye on this podcast. That vomited into her into a coffee. Mug moved. Yeah. We covered that one. That's that's I recently did have a little kid at my current job. Come in with his parents he was. Did somebody bring a little kid in there? Because it's it's we're fine. We have high chairs and booster seat in. Its disagree if your parents are bringing you into place as fucking cool food and they're trying to get the kids in on that like a little kid I mean he was maybe four or so but like they. They came to know better. They came in and he was lake. Sleeping on dad and they ask for a booster seat or hide. Your I mean we bring to them everything but like he doesn't want to sit in it and so he likes days in mom's lap and the next thing. I know I look. And this is my section too by the way Next thing I know I look over at the table. Like they'd been sitting there for maybe few minutes hasn't even gone over to get a drink order from them yet. Kit is just puking no on the table and the mom shifts him so that he just pukes onto the floor and the dad finally gets up to take him up to the bathroom. Which is they were sitting on. The lower level bathrooms up on the upper level He late tries. He starts walking his son up the stairs and the kid just starts. Who's I'm like someone get him? A trash can. Yeah and so I- Russia trash can over to him and he does it one more time in there like okay. Are you good? Are you good okay? So he he takes us on up to the bathroom with the mom moves like someone do something like a totally different thing is that the mom was still just sitting there. And like we get shrinking. You're Chardonnay just yet. I couldn't get a drink order from her yet but like she was literally just sitting at the table. Kind of washing. It all happen and we bring a mop bucket out and like we Bring like new stuff to take in resets table. Everything and the mom is still just sitting there. And she's like can I be moved to a new table please? And so we move or two tables down and she just sits down and stuffing doesn't try to help her do her husband and son to combat ship and they stayed for dinner. Your kid is gone all over. It's great yeah. I don't kid is different lake. I mean like I've got some pretty solid like puke stories with my nephews and I'm sure but honestly I understand. I understand why my oldest nephew Troy Putina fucking in a food court in the mall? When he was a baby was fucking nasty. Listen to podcasts. So he won't hear this but I understand different like it just happened. Gieco PUKAL burping Exxon Slaski West Omaha. And he just fucking flow. Got All over me but there's also something that's different family. Yeah ooh flexes okay. Yeah it's different minutes it is. That's why Brady would be a great data. See no difference no strangers. But my sister's yeah boys yeah fuck fire. Yeah I WANNA say like like wouldn't be very smart to follow a child into a fire but letting small child walk into a fire. Breathing always walk into fires. Dr Talking about the time that we went camping like two years ago for like a solidly. Week Birthday. Yeah and Brady got really high dancing around the fire with a squirting lighter fluid over his shoulder like dancing around the fire like a fucking idiot squirting lighter fluid into the fires flare up every single time as like dancing around the fire. Was there either music in his head. It was just in his head. It was so stupid and we're all every sitting there like Brady. You'RE GONNA die. You might kill yourself right now. So all I'm saying sometimes they're absolutely walk into a fire nephew or no basically. I'm getting at right now. I know how to work those flames. Also that time we went camping could not work the flames. Yeah also high that time too. Yeah See a theme here. Definitely nature nature and flails and being high. Jesus three and Oliver Brady Space Right now. The theme I mean.

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"flour" Discussed on Restaurant Tales

Restaurant Tales

16:25 min | 2 years ago

"flour" Discussed on Restaurant Tales

"In Grand Island. Stop is a stop in Grand Island. Yeah and finally got home. Took me way longer than I should've been. It should've been that day to get home to the roads were so bad but so then came home went back to Colorado and stayed up in the mountains and a cabin for a couple of days and then just got back last night. And now we're here now you now. We're here it's also why we're kind of things a little differences. I've just been gone for weeks but getting back in zone. E You Burke Zone yeah the topic is about talking about. I don't know I want so. Emily did pretty cool event that we've actually talked about in the past episodes yesterday so. I don't know if you want to go into that talk about a little bit. I would really like to hear. It was really fun So for listeners. That have been listening for a while. We had an episode with a Natalie on his animated Schiller. Who ARE Two of the chefs at the Mertz down in the old market. Omaha is one of the stalwart restaurants down. There is probably the highest end. Dining that you'll find in in Omaha or some of the highest highest dining you'll find an Omaha But they have a very strong female presence in our kitchen at all times Executive Chef Jake. Newton has curated a very very strong lineup and so last year they had they had the idea to do. Sort of eighty women's showcase where The women in the kitchen Kind of put together a pop up course out menu and brought in front of House staff from other restaurants and back of house staff to as well to help out in the kitchen everything but it was It was a Sunday afternoon brunch basically last year and I went really well This year they swish up the concept a little bit and we did afternoon high tea which was really fun. Super adorable So as part of it they were kind enough to let me be one of the front of House. People Is Really Great. It was a group of about. I think altogether all said and done probably like twenty women kind of helped create all the different moving parts to to make this thing. Come together So yeah that's what. I spent my day doing yesterday. I had not ever been familiar with high tea service before. So did you guys do like a legitimately T- service like the whole okay. Yes I was trying to get it off from. The picture is like so we. We brought the courses out separately. Normally with a high tea would be like a tiered that has every single course on it because you start with like savory tea sandwiches and then you move into Lake. Some scones move into lake some sweeter pastries and I knew and with like cake and dessert or ice cream. Something like that. And then there's teaser all throughout that service But so we write each course out separately on cute little. Kate sheetrock trade cake stands cake stands. Mary go shits shirt is my time. Just nope nope be breeding but go on. There's a lady here in town who is make. Start sorry fidgeting. She's getting her own. Like tea. Company started off the ground. It's called Artemis tease. She's a certified natural herbalist so like there's a lot of love and thought behind the teas that she uses and it's a lot of single origin stuff and she goes into blends but she focuses more on like just the pure product and everything so she was there to actually go around and do service for the teas and talk to people about it and had her stuff there for sale and then there is a bartender came in and she made like curated cocktails for and there was another woman. That came in a curated abbreviated wine list for it. And focus on like all female driven wineries and awesome productions and stuff like that so is it makes new world and old world wines but it was all like lady driven and yeah it was a good time it was really cool that all the prophets and proceeds or profits in tips and everything. All of it went to a women's shelter here. I WanNa say it's called humble lily but they're sort of a halfway house a Boarding House for women in need who are pregnant or trying to lake. Raise a newborn and stuff like that so all of it went to them also but it is really cool and I got to wear a fancy jumpsuit. For Services is they tell us up fancy jumpsuit. Yeah what's a what's a fancy jumps? Yeah it's a jumpsuit. That was cute and fancy obviously advantage. Jesus Co pay probably too much money for and have gotten like four opportunities to wear it so I was really excited about that. Whatever wars the turnout for that like was it crazy or you guys got so many we sold all we pre sold all the tickets so they set. They set like forty tickets aside. I think we ended up selling like forty five or forty six. So we sold out overall accommodated. Everything obviously but is kind of crazy because it wasn't like a you pick your own reservation time. It's like no service starts at one so everyone's shows up like you know twelve forty five or whatever and wants to get situated and everyone's greeted with like a glass of champagne that's included in their ticket and everything like that but then it's just kind of like. Oh my God. Everyone's ordering drinks all the same time everyone's ordering Weinstein. Everyone's wondering with a t is that sort of thing. I never quite done a pop up like that but it was nice. That's awesome. Yeah Yeah I was a kid. I kind of forgot about it Athlete mentioned it and stuff from the podcast. Thanks Good Commission waist-deep. Thank you I was GonNa say I forgot about it and then I saw a pop up on online and everything and Yeah. I was really interested with how the high wind because it's not something that really happens in Omaha. Yeah ever and the coolest part is at yes. There were some friends and family in the group but a lot of it was like people I had never seen before Ashley. That's one of those things. Where like Papa? Just a lot of times. It's like your regulars and like you congratulate you and it's almost like yeah. It's just like a slightly wider circle than what you would normally hang out with. But this was legitimately young people wanted to come and have a good time. Yeah they want to wear a fancy hat and drink tea and champagne. Yeah and I also like everyone that was part of the the group of workers for that service I know the majority of them but I had never worked with them before which is also kind of rare for like popular things. So yeah that's awesome. That's cool I would definitely do it again at school at school. Great How's your new new? You're bent so far. Nubia Nubia really good really. Yeah nothing crazy. What'd you end up doing New Year's Eve because you worked guys clue words we worked? I worked people. There were two. We closed at Tan. Which was awesome. Because it's just we're not going to get business after that and then Bill and Kelly invited me to go up to their condo. Okay for a glass of opus and I go no. I'm good. I just wanted to get home. Get off the roads and we hunker down and I made SCAMPI dip and we drank wine. Let's SCAMPI SHRIMP SCAMPI take a dip version versus like pasta. So like just like but can you explain and just imagining this cream. Cheese HAS GOT CREAM CHEESE. Because well why not sorry you do you. Do you do keep doing that. Sorry imile trips can't meet. We'll get drank wine you're so classy domesticated all what it wants to go out on. New Year's Eve I dunno I asked you what your people deceive. You have a drinking like hanging out but like I was. I wanted to just get home. People drive like Shit. Omaha is for rookies on years. They really do drive. It was really I was driving that night. People drive like shit here no matter what but it was. It was really bad that night like it was really bad. I was driving at Lake like one thirty in the morning and up front for New Year's Eve like midnight and everything and then say I'm one of the servers was going to get a lift home. It was like forty two dollars I was do. I'd had like a glass of sparkling wine and say I'll just drive you home big deal. He lives right over here. The people were fucking. It was terrible. There are people all over the roads like swerving just like it was. I was terrified. I'M NOT GONNA lie so I get that but I mean also. My car stayed put good. Good good good. Would you worked? Did you guys have a lease eating? Not As late as I thought we were going to. But which is good because even the eight o'clock eight thirty tables one in particular. Purposefully hung around till midnight. They made it worth our while which is totally fine. But we still didn't get out of there till like quarter to wander you know and then we you know meander across the street up to the bar we all like and hang around with the regulars and someone decides who's GonNa Cave in and host like a little after i. This is definitely not me hopper new my house because you're right but what did come on. I think we've all invited to get over this for sure. Luckily the House we ended up at a hundred percent willing and able and capable of getting there safely and then it turned into just a bunch of ninety s are NBA and hip hop and a bunch of. What was I going to say White Zinfandel? Okay all right. Let's get an R. and B. Group or talking to everybody brought over a bunch of beer and shit like that and I don't drink that and so I think the host kind of felt bad that I didn't have anything to drink and but we found a bottle of sparkling wine anyway that we had someone open. There's video of other people hiding while they're opening the sparkling bottle of wine because at one point it was like pointing directly at a a window above the kitchen sink. And we're like don't do that. Don't do we bad. It turned out great and I drink more sparkling. Living dangerously probably fell asleep on the couch around four. Okay that's not terrible. We'll just GONNA call lift my no good honestly the most uneventful after hours for you. Yes there have been some for sure. I was actually thinking about like our after hours of my old apartment back in the day. When like you live down the street and stuff and I was thinking about how like we would be would be sold ins pretty much every single night until close and normally go over to my apartment or Brady's for after hours and then like stay in just drink until like six. Am Most Nights? My Body can't physically do that. I mean your body couldn't do it then. You almost died one night. I didn't really yourself out. Were you knock yourself out? You're there I know but I don't remember I remember it and I'm the one that always got knocked out. I plunked backwards right outside the back door of my apartment. We were outside smoking a cigarette and literally I just like fall back like yeah like off at the legitimacy. I was concerned the figure out how to get to the hospital. There is no blood. No I wasn't actually concussed about but I mean I slept. I woke up. We will go good morning like texting. Us calling you texting. You call you by that you call you back and you were like yeah. I'm thanking. God I was so. I don't know what happened because I had not had that much to drink at Sullivan's beforehand and I'm I wonder a lot about that if I had been says back when I still drink beer and I had one full one and I didn't finish the second one before we even went to Your House. Distinctly REMEMBER THEM ANYWAY. Dr Interesting yes. Emily has almost like you know. Knock yourself out on the cement also in Brady would sleep on my food on.

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"flour" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

02:52 min | 2 years ago

"flour" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"The world's largest flour it's a giant Raphel yeah and it measures nearly four feet in diameter that would make it the largest flour ever recorded according to the national resources and conservation center in west Sumatra it's in the same location in the west Sumatran jungle as the previous largest Raphel yet ever recorded back in twenty seventeen the flowers menacing mouth emits a foul odor similar to rotting meat earning it the nickname the corpse flower but the largest flour on earth is already on borrowed time the bloom will last only about a week before it will wither and die I'm Kevin Delaney Houston Texans advanced to the AFC divisional playoff by storming back from a sixteen and deficit to beat the bills in overtime twenty two nineteen in the other AFC playoff game the Titans beat the patriots twenty two thirteen no list Newburgh sports update for the first time in a decade the patriots were forced to play during wild card weekend and they end up being one and done as a times wanted to Foxboro not doing without twenty to thirteen Derrick Henry scored the go ahead touchdown late in the first half he carried the ball thirty four times four hundred eighty two yards giving coach Mike variable everything he could ask for a lot of confidence in his ability his toughness is durability he cares a lot about this football team and you're lucky to get the co chairman and and these for these players Tom Brady passed for two hundred nine yards but also thoroughly pick six to Logan Ryan Tennessee advances to take on the ravens in Baltimore the first game saunter Sean Watson for over two hundred forty seven yards including a thirty four yard pass to set up the game winning field goal in overtime by can you be fair bear as the Texans came from sixteen nothing down of the third to eliminate the bills twenty two nineteen on the past and T. wanted a forty two different players were poised to sack him in the come back once in past four score and ran for another head coach bill o'brien on his quarterback buffalo credit you know we we can protect very well he he got himself out of some major jams he made some huge plays a play to Taiwan at the end obviously was unbelievable he made a lot of plays throughout the whole game the Texan visit the chief next weekend coming up this afternoon the same toast the Vikings and on the sea hawks visit the eagles the giants Saturday interview Kansas city offense of coordinator Eric B. enemy and ravens defensive coordinator don Martindale about replacing Pat Shurmur as head coach that's led Toronto by sixteen in the second quarter and still lost their fifth in a wrong the raptors taking it one twenty one to one to Paris slivered back after missing two months following some surgery a two one Rangers lost in Vancouver Tyler Myers beating Alexander Georgi ever the minute twenty died of playing nothing doing for the islanders they were flying to Toronto three nothing at the rock the devils were five two losers.

"flour" Discussed on Snarf Talk

Snarf Talk

06:37 min | 2 years ago

"flour" Discussed on Snarf Talk

"He's the brother of his wife so John Goodman is wife started this church but him and his sister Walter Walton Goggin and his sister were child like they had they were like famous when they were children as like singers averages seat tapes and stuff like that and he plays this kind of like like nefarious you know he thinks that they stole well. You know John Goodman's character stole from his sister. Oh away from him and that was like meal ticket and but anyway there's some really a deep stuff with him and he he's such an unlikeable character but you can't help but love them and the acting though is what I'm pitching just incredible so I definitely need to watch that. It's such a good show. It's great the other one. I've been watching our big catching up on the newest season of shameless. Oh most of the way through it I've seen all of them. I know people love. This show. Show probably deserves now that it's like nine nose still running yeah. It's probably deserves a little more talk. It's been really not great for the last couple of seasons one one of those where I'm like. I can't believe I'm still watching this show and I don't even know that I fully cocktail two seasons this new season we'll get more up in it. It's more of the same name it's the show is the show it is. That's what it is so okay. It's good at times. It's annoying at times yeah. This season is like out stray jealously undertones of like every political issue of the day they put it in is like addressed. Isn't this with like undertones not in a terrible way but it's very very very left wing which is fine. I not in a way that makes me not want to watch it and you know I'm not a political person to begin with but so anyway that's what I've been watching. I've got one more yup and it was the Zach Galifianakis movie. Oh between onto firm. I watched that to the most of it fell asleep halfway through. I did twice a while. I fell asleep blonde and then I went back and watched you watched the whole thing all over again the very next night and it's exactly like the the shorts Funnier Dad dot com does a high really actually wasn't knowing it from what I saw because because I really feel like they gave Zach health and ACA something to do when he's offscreen yeah evidently not the same character as he is in his shorts. That's right and I thought that was interesting because I thought they were. GonNa make it just like he is like that all the time. Yes that's what I was so glad that they did what like he's aware it's a character and he's not not like. Dick to everybody around because he was I might just him talking about the celebrities and whatnot and he's like okay well you know I'll go and interview this. Guy and then and he's just like he's like okay about it. It doesn't really mean anything to them but as soon as he sits down just tears Amar. It's so funny is funny. It's stuff that he says is unbelievable. It's not entirely necessary. It's probably not anything that you have to catch but it's good for a couple of laughs yeah. It was a good time waster. I thought the Will Ferrell's Great Will Ferrell is that's what I was going to bring up is amazing. He plays himself but he's like this coq. Dow Yeah like AAC because he on Saturday yeah yeah and he's like the coke doubt. CEO that runs funnier dying. He's just worried about as clicks carrying around in this little ticker that just shows how many clicks he's getting and he's like you're not getting enough clicks man because you killed. Matthew mcconaughey and he's like he's dead Ed. No He's actually alive. It's fine. No it was good. I I love. I can't remember her name exactly but she's so good at everything lawrence lap kiss yes. I think here's their name Lipinski Laura Lipinski. I think so she's married to that. That chick you're talking about is married to teague canfield Michael Peel Keegan Michael key now the the Pete Jordan Peele really yes. She's married to Jordan Peele. It's a lauren laptops yeah she's married to. He's also in crashing. Check out her husband trying to tell you you're not. Let's check him out like check. Check him out dude. she is married agreed to Mike Castle who's married to Jordan peele because she looks just like her Jordan Peele wife Yeah. That's WHO's married to do yeah who is at Chelsea Peretti from Brooklyn nine nine the secretary in Brooklyn nine nine. I was close. He's awesome very funny comedian as an actor. I like lauren lap kiss a lot. She's been a lot of yeah she's really good. She's always super funny. She great in this has really I think she's the best one in show to be honest and yes so that's the brief we have reached the end in. It seems so quick. How where we at we're at fifty eight minutes. I like it so we have a little bit of time to talk about our Patriot Patriot dot com slash snarf comics. We have a brand new subscriber this week guys ring. That Bell Bang Bang Bang Bang Caleb costs. Yes Great Guy and thank you. I want to take some time to address our current. The Patriots subscribers and I know we've been lagging and is a busy time for both of us for the next couple of months. We're GONNA try. We're GONNA get stuff out yeah. That's not like a cop about. We're not going to get as much out. We're going to get so much more out in the future especially when we get into winter here and and really going to be hammered this. We're learning here learning curve. We're going to get you your stuff. we're we've got stickers. We'll get your shirt. We're GONNA put together the bundles not funnel SNARF but I'm just saying like we're GONNA get more content out more content on the wall and we're going to get more of these exclusive podcast out as we have time just know in clips and videos video tape today was weird. It's coming out. It's GonNa be good if you're listening right now. Just go on there at least pledge dollar. Come on guys it put your credit card in its the dollar would help greatly. They really would right at first SNARF talk this week Jerry. I'm Chris CEA yeah.

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"flour" Discussed on Snarf Talk

Snarf Talk

12:48 min | 2 years ago

"flour" Discussed on Snarf Talk

"I didn't bump into that one. Those hated things about star wars now it doesn't I don't I'm just saying like that. Take right there takes away from the fact that he said it's in your blood to to be able to use the force so he'd have to tie that back together. Gather no because a person with a high midday chlorine count can hardest the force. I think what he was trying to the animals that live the force animals is a bad description. I think what he was trying to get at is the force is an energy that surrounds us and they've always said that yes but within that energy and it's like a living energy it's a living energy and within that living energy there are living organisms uh-huh. I'd watch that I mean I would watch that now that you're describing it better than animals in quantum level like but like a living energy. I understand that it is interesting are more sensitive to that and for sensitive and and so I still think they could go that that direction too where you know. It's not a training thing that gives you the force everybody could could harness this energy because at the end of the last hours movie that little boy picks up the broom yeah you you remember that yeah yeah yeah he like. It's I don't. I don't like that where he picked up the broom and he's ready to rock and roll. I prefer for it to be in the elect. Anybody can use the force maybe with like a lot of work so like meditation and yeah and stuff like that and training finding however. I I feel like I like the idea better that certain people are more or less sensitive so like I might be able to use the force a little bit too. Who if I really harnessed it. The Best I could ever do is get like a wider general perception of choose but the guy next to me might be able old to rock yeah exactly rescue an x wing. I like that I like that too. Maybe maybe that is the way they're portraying it and that little boy is usually is better at it than everyone else yeah but I feel like in episode three when he you know Anikin goes and kills all the young lungs the Jedi Training School thing. I don't like the whole training school for little kids. Yeah that saying saying that. We'll be there for sensitive will but that's saying that they were already born with that and they've collected them on there. They have made a chlorine dude. That's what I'm saying thing but then they've abandoned the holy isn't might a Qendra might accommodates weird L. Yankovitch. has has a song that's based around a like. Star Wars. It came out on a album called running with scissors and it's really good. It's like American Erkin Pie but it's it says my this year Anikin Guy. Maybe vader someday later. I'll check it it out but right now Zeki. It's so good I love it. It's like nine minutes on just like American. Pie is so that's all I got. Its for news. That's an interesting and that's a good future for the Star Wars Universe. We're going to do a whole show on Star Wars pretty students to talk about the new movie and what we expect from it. I don't care if that was the thing. I don't care if they told me if it's all. CG Like terribly CGI D- shoot. I can't think of his name now. The big worm beetlejuice now the big worm guy in doomed. Jabba the hut. I don't care if it's like all terrible. CGI JABBA The hut I'll go to the movie theater at midnight and watch it and I'll I know and I'll be like man. That was a different take like. I don't know if I'd go that route but I like it. there was. GonNa be exploration into the wills which was like the dude from from rogue. One was a well so that was lucas thing. I liked that had more to do with that. Kind of quantum realm. Yes living energy think think that they got through meditation like the Blind Guy. You're talking about yeah yeah yeah. He was awesome. That was an awesome dude. What was his name. Oh boy it's the name. I can't remember I got you. I remember that yes so I had one other news yesterday in fact backstopped twenty-fifth was National Comic Book Day it was I cannot surpassed that yeah somehow so Britney who works in our office. She texted me like first thing in the morning said it's National Comic Book Day but you probably already on top of that to get super busy at working for a good about it and not post anything self sorry yeah. I didn't either not good at social media. We need help. We need help it social media or any of you character. You're running social media. If any of you could donate your time and run social media for us that would be phenomenal because we're just not that good at it so I got a bunch more stuff but I don't know where time because in five minutes so we should get into what we're watching yeah. What are you been watching Jerry signals you things myself. What have I been watching. Oh I also have two things so the first thing it might take a little bit but I'll I'll hurry up not rush but hurry up through. It doesn't need to just pick one. No it won't it won't we'll talk about the other one on the next. Guest guests won't take that long okay so the first one that because the second one just won't take me that long to talk about Amy's first one is a docu series. He's on net flicks three parts. It's called insight or it's a bills brain inside bills brain. Okay it's about Bill Gates Okay and it's a Docu series. It's three parts it's three hours of following. Bill Gates around and and learning about him and I had no idea about the sky yourself. I I just just Nui like kind of creative Microsoft and him and what's that other Guy Paul Allen and then he sold it and he doesn't do that anymore and I know he's he's like the world's interest Elliott but he just like step down he stepped out and he started the bill and Melinda Gates Foundation right is correct literally. One of the most incredible organizations has ever existed so it talked so much about what Bill Gates does so turns out. This guy reads fourteen to fifteen books a week and it shows does he like reading and it shows him just sitting there reading and he thought was chewing on his glasses used to chew on pencils all the time. The doctor told him it's ruining your teeth so now he liked shoes on the end of his glasses but he'll be reading and you if you look at his eyes. It looks like he's having a seizure. His is shaped like this yeah yeah because he's reading so fast anybody retains everything and he'll Ziam sometimes be writing over here in reading and he's writing stuff next storm the dudes absolute complete genius from what they portray him and listening to him talk and they they asked him in the beginning of the first. I episode said what's your biggest fear and he said and he sits there for a minute and he said my biggest fear he's like for my brain to quit working yeah and from that point on it's like unbelievable but he does so much stuff about world sanitation yeah he's really concerned about like the. Third World countries trees in their sanitation in its it causing diarrhea so a lot of kids little kids and everything like the main cause of death is diarrhea in he thought that that is so so ridiculous that we live in a world where we don't even have to worry about that. Nobody even thinks about it. The only time you ever think about it as if you have eight something bad or something you know and it affected you but other people are literally dying and losing their families because of diarrhea so he's he had put out a big competition a to create a new toilet that was self sustaining and so you went in it and it would either like burn what was put in there and create water basically off of its own power or it would just get rid of the like the sewage in itself into like Ash and then you could just spread the ash out and it was fine. The one that ended up winning was the one that created water. It was like a whole plant that created water but because the problem was you can't go into these slums and try to put in a sewage system like it just doesn't work. There's no capacity to do that and there's nobody there. That's going to be able to run the treatment facility so it had to be a self sustained unit and he's doing that gets it's. They're being put it. He's doing a lot. It's more than that like AIDS and lived in a lot with disease and vaccines tons and then Warren Buffett just he gave thirty one billion dollars to the bill and Melinda Gates Serious Foundation Yeah and then we bumped into them a little bit when I was in Africa with Fuji Source Bank doing some stuff so they're doing some. St Bumped Into Bill Gates Foundation members saying why why is it you never heard they do some sustainable agriculture stuff to yell but we have met and know a Howard Buffett worn son really is you big into the foundation. He Warren Buffett gave all his children. Howard is one of them who annoying here. Actually he's a farmer indicator. Give me two billion dollars basically to start their own charitable foundations. La and his is all centered around agriculture nice. Yeah I know him. I've met him several times. He's interesting guy. I think he is on regular name. I think he's now the sheriff of debate Graham. Whatever Care Decatur County is he really. He got elected sheriff now. Nice Yeah. That's good for him anyway. That's the condensed danced version of inside bills brain and it's intimate. It's an amazing thing I mean. It's nothing that I would tell anybody that you have to go seek seek it out and watch but it was definitely worth time. Cool thought it was super interesting yours. I have one that I said. It wasn't going to talk about too much until the season was over but I can't help it. If you're not watching the richest gemstones get out of this world man. I haven't watched it. Hbo Right It'd be Oh righteous right to stem cells. I won't go into too much detail other than it's a whole. Larry's unbelievably funny show produced written directed by Danny McBride with John Goodman Adam Adam Devine and Walter Geoghegan's and the last episode which is the one. That's a flashback episode. You guys are watching up to date or if you get to that. You'll know what I'm talking about is unbelievable. It's stellar and not only is that funny in it. There is some acting there from Walter Geoghegan's okay Bob. Do you know who he is. I think it was justified. We played the bad guy yeah. Well yeah kind of Bagai. Whatever do you have a goatee. He and I don't think I'm thinking of the right guy. I'll look at keep talking about Walter Guy Gates. He's an incredible actor but he plays kind of an unlikeable character character in this book kind of likable but he's got some amazing scenery scenes and dialogue. He kills it man. He kills it. He really better than dating McBride or Oh Yeah Yeah Yeah. That's the guy I was thinking he is. He is on a whole `nother level in the show. It's Walton Walton begins yeah incredible and he's always been a great actor. He was amazing unjustified which I recently released small stuff and it's worth watching just for him in this character he's he's. His name is a baby billy. Freeman Okay and nearly Freeman. He was like he plays John Goodman. WHO's like the head gemstone of this big evangelist church yeah. He's the brother of his wife so John Goodman is wife started this church but him and his sister Walter Walton Goggin and his sister were child.

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"flour" Discussed on Oregon Rooted: The Dirt Show

Oregon Rooted: The Dirt Show

14:10 min | 3 years ago

"flour" Discussed on Oregon Rooted: The Dirt Show

"Yet. The price of flour is and so hopefully the price live backup to stay competitive with that very interesting to watch the supply and demand go back and forth were-they no. It's has a bit of a headache but it's you know man you know after working in this industry i feel like thinking about due to just like owns a bike shop or something you know like you just want to fix bikes in order bicycles. That's it you know the amount of regulation that we have to you know who's got jumped through its. I'd never seen anything like it. You know let's <hes> blows my mind. So i feel like anybody. That's been in this industry would be you know deal with anything <unk> after this you know so all the stress that we all go through you know shouts of people who who are out here trying to do it ride and do legit businessman. It's <hes> we're all out here trying to get in. We're all competing with each other and <hes> by just want everybody to win. You know it wants to open up that border. We we don't have to with each other anymore. We can just see no ship it on and there's nobody like you said. There's no better place them southern oregon to be doing this. My in this state is just just the coolest man tackle i mean. Is that something you tackle. If the you know be able to satisfy susie definitely need out <hes> having set up some yeah yeah. It's about definitely get some big money behind us to actually provide out of state. I think oregon has the chance if they don't at all it. Doesn't you know let this go on forever and push all the small people out you know i think this does have a chance to be the craft state you know if we can survive all the little farms and to be craft of cannabis. Farms think that would be really cool is the same as the i._p. You know the beer and shit absolutely <hes> it's the same thing and <hes> if i have a friend of mine who has a brewery down in austin texas taxes but he only delivers awesome. He doesn't even sell his beer outside of the austin area for whatever you know. Logistically you know whatever they don't produce enough of <hes> <hes> to sell it that you have to. I mean if we sold nationwide. I mean holy shit. We would have to have like twenty acres of live resin. You know to keep the upscale scale of of going to be a nationwide company where you are actually providing multiple states mean shit man. You'd have to be making like ten twenty. Thirty thousand grams of one kind not feel. This seems like your stuff. Ship out would probably be a little less variety than yeah. She got for here. Yeah it'd be. It'd be real interesting. You know anke when that quality at that level. You know that's very interesting. You know people have come out with all these machines there. Oh you know we can run this much and you know <hes> do this and still craft and it's still super firearms. I do think that if they did open the borders. Do you think that would be something that would just literally open up to. It seems almost be another thing that would fall state by state. I don't believe in oregon you now can legally they've. They've made the the feds have su- say that they won't come after people doing it and they say it in writing or whatever and then the other states have to accept it and say yes. We want your we and that. I don't really know because when you think about it. It's like if they had some other states like oregon. We're going to sell bunch of washington. We we went through all this shit to get our license. We paid millions and millions of people pay millions the dollars for their licenses and their facilities and set up all these people in nevada which is where we all want to sell you know and all these people paid all that money to licenses there you know how are they gonna feel. When all the oregon people we'll come you know selling their shit. You know <hes> i don't know but at the same time supply and demand if we come in with them twenty five dollars grams alive resume or selling them for eighty. Whose are they going to buy. They're gonna be buying ours yeah so i don't know it's you know i can see where the the companies in those states would really try to fight allowing importing of canvas ms parks and other states but i don't know it's going to screw with their economy because we made a lot yeah and it's all per state. You know what i mean. It's all set up by the state so everybody has their own rules the different taxes and whatever whatever and i mean it's it's you know it needs to happen and absolutely needs to happen but the logistics just excited <hes> it's just such complicated mess and i just hope that all of us <hes> independent people can last it out and big corporate bastards. Don't dig us on the but well. You made a good point. I think that hopefully it'll be just like <hes> beer or liquor. You know you're gonna have your oregon has to be the craft state. Region has the right attitude. People have the right attitude here but do you know are the big business going to increase these lawmakers pockets to the point where they don't give a fuck about that aspect of it you know because we care care about that. But obviously we all know. Are you know people we send the congress and only care about. I mean people pay premium for premium beer yeah outrageous. Sometimes sometimes you go to a bar. Even you buy something good. There are pine or something yeah stone drink. I've been trying to i i. I've heard a lot of these i._p. As a pretty good with pairing with dabs and stuff <hes> <hes> it's a it's a thing yeah i haven't gone that. I'm such a layman. I like at least have sip of some beer. You know like i try. I did it one time. It actually putting my buddy who's i take a sip of his beer then do adapt and watch the flavor like really taken your mouth of the from the dad and it really does but i imagine it the one thing about humans is we like our smells and flavor. That's the truth man yeah. I know that's right. It's gotta be funky man. It's gotta be funky. Yeah man yeah yeah dude. It's a it's a crazy ride man. That's for sure so the future looks bright. We're glad that you're here. Thank you and real quick. Let's cover e- t._h._c. You're you're a jap town dab town. Where else are where. I want to skip anybody. Mad at green valley wellness had some of our stuff. Yes skunk skunk rx forward cannabis grants pass. They always have all our stuff. <hes> we got the <hes> cloud and i get a little bit of our stuff. R._b._c.'s got some of our stuff all good players father locations yet <hes> shots point jimbo who else market street wellness. My still has some of us <hes>. There's one more forgiving desk top option to man. They got a little bit of our stuff. Talent health club downtown forward are places that you can always find all of our stuff soon as it drops ops and as if you're looking for a hot stuff like those three shops were always having first and then if you're in roseburg f._x. For twenty he got truth dispensary korean herbal remedies in salem grasslands and eugene o. g. and eugene next level <hes> t t h e today's herbal actually ooh to so many dispensaries. You know oh my older now man. You guys are playing pool. Oh my god there's like today's herbal choice. That's in the portland carry us to to no t._h._c. americana in portland right in the archive portland extracts and there's a handful all of other places excellent green remedy man shot here by the phone with us. A lot of places on the coast high tide and brooklyn's. Okay always have everything to good shots all it independent shops. It's out there. It's a great product dude. I'm still trying to recover from that. Shit hit me hard white. Why am i not getting hit that hard all the time now. I'm telling you man gotta. Get gotta get funky. You know appreciate that. It was good my pleasure thank you. My answer would be doing a <hes>. I didn't expect less though you know like i told you earlier. You are a staple on the on the dab trae an awesome lane. It's honor to be ought to be there for real man so it's definitely improved <hes> in for everybody else out there if you haven't tried them. Give them a try. Cause ama- and please delays were out there. Yeah we have price point for everybody and <hes> you know definitely we. 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It's so refreshing to live in a place where people do really care about what's happening in the environment and you know what type of you know what happens from us. Doing you know what we're doing to the environment. Uh-huh it's so cool to be around like mine people like that instead of you know people who are just like wet digging the ground against them all not only is the movement big here here but it's very protective of it yeah so so where can people find him. In terms of you. Guys are funk extracts on on instagram. They shut down our facebook facebook page. I keep on somebody out. There keeps the charges. Shutdown are not out there man. Maybe they don't wanna see a shot but i understand stance competitive market hate to see us doing i think to if you're trying to make you know bo you know like i said we're not here for the drama. We'd never be about any of that stuff. We're here to support and respect everybody. 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"flour" Discussed on KIIS 102.7

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