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"galax" Discussed on The BBQ Central Show
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"galax" Discussed on The BBQ Central Show
"Original freestanding grill Most of what you'll see and and you know you mentioned sam The cooking guy. He is an ego grill in his outdoor kitchen. He has what's called an affinity thirty g so it's a drop in designed to be dropped in and built into a counter and that's got a whole separate set of a of patents So you know we can run that one out here for quite a few more years Bobby somebody's interested. Are you selling through the website. Do you sell through a dealer network. How do you do. Everything goes through through dealers so We don't sell direct We do service all of the customers directly in as much as we can But yeah. Barbecue is Lots of brick and mortar retailers. All across the united states. A lot of interior Extra design consultants landscape architects You know a whole host of people a you can go over to most evil. America dot com. That's a website. You can check out all the different products i think. There's like a commercial side residential side so most of us would probably click the residential button. And see what you have but these can go inside as well. I mean if you have a hood or whatever some some decent ventilation you can put it inside your house to right. Yeah well we have We have electric Circular flattop grills. So they have an electric heater. That is Unique to ebo Low amp very high-performance That drops into a counter We also have a gas unit. Second drop in Endorse which you know. Some of the most beautiful indoor kitchens. I've seen have two islands. So they have an island with a traditional like awebber Open flame grill and then they have another island. That's got the yvo with a bunch of chairs around it so just you know what we're building is is it a plant that that Let's you have social cooking experiences. You know where people can kind of hang out together around food with a glass of wine and and share in the cooking experience. Great story shared here by bob. Shingla first timer to the show and bob we got you know roughly five hours more of stuff that we can be talking about here so we'll be sure to schedule up another segment coming up here sooner than later The meantime yvo america dot com the website. You can follow them on social media. Of course bob really appreciate the time. Seizing thanks much coming up. Hey thanks gray area. Bob sinclar right there and once again you can find him over an ego. America dot com. Click on the residential sided. One of us is eyeing that professional wheeled cart. That would go. Great on the freshly on grasped side yard. That's right no more grass side yard samantha. All over you as the should be all right. Let me talk to you quickly about pits and spits before we get ready for closing of the first hour and heading to the second since. Nineteen eighty-three pits and spit handcrafting. Smokers grills and houston texas in that time. Pittsburgh has established itself as one of the premier brands at high quality offset smokers more recently pella cookers and spit setting itself apart by using heavy seven and ten gauge stainless and every cooker fully. Welded construction. That you can feel when you use the unit and the three or four stainless rolltop glidden. Front shelf on every single smoker. So why does it matter believing. Higher quality materials pits and spits smokers reach and maintain temperatures allowing you to worry more about the meat than the heat by providing fully welded smokers. You don't have to worry about the grease or smoke leaking out of the barrel about that grow rattling pars move through the backyard and by using three or four stainless. You're getting an heirloom quality product. That you'll be able to pass down to your kids now where some companies focused on being a low cost provider spits focuses on craftsmanship and using quality. Materials are the cheaper way to make these. Yes but they don't like tack wells cheap stainless look. You can't trust having in house. Manufacturing gives them complete control of the design and standards. Not something you find with products brought in from overseas. They're still suppliers give you materials abuse and some harsh environments around so you can use them at any and all conditions and the controllers are made right here in the states unimpeded transparency into the programming bottom line pits as the dealer network across the country. There isn't one close to you. Feel free to call them at the shop. Eight four four six five zero six two five zero or the your backyard grill master looking to cook stakes for the family or competition team looking to smoke fifty racks of ribs. Pittsburgh has a product for. You could check them out at pitt and spits dot com all spelled out horsey their pits in the wild across social media at pits and spits again all felt out back.
"galax" Discussed on The BBQ Central Show
"Forty nine over nine years old. Okay so not the not super young but Now how do you hook up with a like a paul run into him like the five and time or did you have has business dealings with him or how do you. He's not typically a guy you figure you would just run across now. You wouldn't but he had some great spice and i started experimenting with With a thing called poultry magic. I don't know if you're familiar without but it's fantastic Cross flavor and Then as as yvo started to take off we did Shows at At various places one of them was cater source and he was there and I got a chance to meet him. And learn a little bit about You know how he blends spices. Although i think he's got secret ingredients that you'll you'll never know about but Yeah so you get in three years you leave whatever you. What were you doing before yvo I was working for an intel. Spinoff company called facts back so we're it was more a telecommunications company that that built system set Automated literature film it to fax machine. Pre pre pre web fax machine is still the the the most ubiquitous protocol on the world. So you can go places and always get a fax where you know. You can't get a phone call or you can't get the internet. Although that's changing a little bit when you decided that you were going to get ego off the ground as you said you'd filed a couple of patents. Somebody coach you on that. Or i mean typically you know guys getting into business for themselves. The first time aren't necessarily technically savvy. So did you have like a mentor or somebody else's. Hey bob great idea by the way. Protect yourself no. It's just something. I knew i needed to do. I read about a patent law. And i read about what inventors do that have ideas and how they wanna protect ideas and and i thought you know this is a product that i really love the people around me really love and if i can you know Build a business around it. Better have some some protection on the idea. So that's And then i. I looked for a good attorney in portland and i found a guy Who really liked what i was doing. I actually talked to several attorneys. But i finally found somebody that believed in me and believe in what i was doing and and And i you know started that process with him. How quickly does it take off when you start yvo as the company until you. Did you know pretty much right away that this thing was going to be pretty successful i had no idea no idea at all and i knew it was successful in my heart and it was a way that i like to cook in. I wanted the opportunity to share that with other people in and everybody that i met that saw the grill Loved it the people that cook ghana loved it. it. Just you know it still taking off you know here. We are and It it took a while in the beginning because those of us introduced a circular flattop. Grill it was a game changer. We created a new market segment because there was never a circular griddle. There's always square griddles. But you know we were. We were going after the residential marketplace against open flame grills and smokers and weber's. And you know used to hear people constantly as you know. How do i get grow marks and So it took us. It took us years and years and years and we don't hear that anymore. You know we so you know that there was some really strong competition but You know. I think that that people are embracing you know what i recognize. Early on was is the convivial nature of just being able set up and and cook You know in an outdoor kitchen in an area without all the smoke associated with open flame. Grilling so you can stand there with your kids or your wife and you know and and and just for instance you can do pancakes an egg breakfast in the morning with your kids. There's not an open. Flame that you know they have to be worried about. And it's just a really forgiving Platform to cook on bob. I don't think that flattop cooking has seen the popularity in years past as it is now. I personally know people who would never buy a grill in a traditional sense. but they've purchased the flattop to use outside of the biggest mass market name right now is probably blackstone seems to perform. Well obviously the price points where the general public would like to see it or at least by it. accessories widely available There's some other metoo units out there that compared to the blackstone so as a perspective buyer somebody's looking to get into the flattop space. How do you tell them more. Or or what should one consider when you look at you. Know option a being a blackstone option b. being an evil. I mean there's a pretty considerable price tag jumping obviously. There's things that go along with that. So how do you coach people through that process. Well i i subscribe to. The theory of bite wants silent. Cry once once but you know we also said that we build an alien product. So it's something that you're gonna you know you're gonna have forever And if you maintain it it's not gonna fail on you. It's just a beautifully made product. It's great components And yeah you know. I think blackstone and and the other flattop products that are in the market They're they're great products for what they are and they're helping to build the awareness. What you can do with a with a griddle. And so i think you know. I think it's good for everybody We just happened to build something that circular and nobody else's got got circular. You know in the category that we have is nobody else allowed to have circular in the category as well There's it has to do with intellectual property On this On one of our models we had a patent that lapsed you know so there's There's imitators that are in the marketplace. That have come out with other circular flat tops cuisinart. Being one of them. I haven't seen any other circular one yet so it. It's probably not you know making huge around this point but is that a is that a portion of the business. Do you have somebody on staff that's supposed to be watching patents to make sure that doesn't happen or was it all right and you didn't really care to renew that well. A pattern has a life so at the end of life people. Oh you can't renew it again for or whatever that's it. Yeah well you just innovate around that so you you know you build better things and you know we have we have many many patents and You know we have free standing grills and we have drop in grill so The model. But i'm talking about was free. The.
"galax" Discussed on The BBQ Central Show
"Show. Hey hey angry. Thank you very much. I just want to say that. Mark and malcolm real Real inspirations and love barbecue are you followers of theirs by chance. Like you know that. I am not i am not going. I'm going to be. Yeah malcolm rita's damn near two million youtube subscribers marks Started a little bit after him. But jeez i mean he's got forty thousand youtube subscribers. I would love to have a combination of somewhere in the middle. At some point. By the time i call it quits but who knows. I'm glad you could meet those guys and hear what they were all about. So before we talk about the yvo itself and we get a little bit of a background about you like where you grew up Where you live now food experiences as you come of age and we can build in from there. Yeah it's just it's a long story. I i grew up in a family that loved to cook and loved entertain My my mom was italian So there's a lot of very good italian cooking Going on all the time Younger brother we used to get home a little bit early from school and do kids do they kind of forage in the kitchen and hang out. Wait for mom and dad to get home and And then we'd have dinner you know we'd all cook together and and we had a big open kitchen with the dining room table and big lazy susan and so we you know. Hang out in the kitchen and tell stories and very relaxing Kind of fun atmosphere and they when we sit down at the dining room table and and and would say the blessing and things will get a little bit more serious about school about her doing there in the day and and so those are really good formative experiences. And as i got as i got older I really started to enjoy cooking. Different types of foods and i think my palate Increased I i heard you say something about oh pp. I used to really kind of look at what other people were eating and try to figure out. Know what were those flavor profiles different from. You know how. I grew up but I my Other thing the other formative piece was at my father was an engineer and a machinist You know we grew up for a time in west los angeles on the beach and then we moved to oregon on a sixty acre cherry orchards. So we had To take care of all the farm implements and and you know if we didn't have a tool we would build a tool so there's always a lot of really good experiences there and You know i. I i love to cook and entertain and you're right I think cooking salmon was was the the impetus behind the yvo girl and and i had an outdoor Open flame barbecue. I think you know won't say the name but it was like what a lot of people how was just a gas grill and cooking salmon as i've done many times before and trying to entertain friends the same time and so the barbecue is is outside and most of the party was was inside. It's instead of out on the patio. So i went inside. You grab another glass of wine. And i turned around and looked outside in. The salmon was on fire for the empty time. And i think that that was just one of those things that that Caused me to start thinking about a different way to cook and I grew up around a lot of cast iron skillet cooking We had a also had a wood cook stove and our house It started off to be kind of a A project of my fathers but We restored it moved into the kitchen put on a hearth stone and so we do a lot of cooking in the wintertime on on on the wood cook stove. Which has a as you know. I don't know a lot about would cook. Stoves they have flat a flat plate on top. That's cast iron and wood fire box underneath with tributes and so my mom she'd take chicken and and she'd rub it with garlic and olive oil like thi- or abreast of and she just lay down on the gas turns cast-iron top would cook stove. So that was you know Pretty i open. It was just something that we did And so i started thinking about you. Know how good pan. Seared salmon is and pan seared fish and pan seared steaks. And all those wonderful things and i thought you know it would just be nice to have a larger cast iron skillet and that was that was The the novel idea behind the yvo grill so I i went out and bought a piece of steel and cut it into a circle in welded a flange on it Very muchly. I've heard people say. Turn the cast iron skillet upside down but it was. It was similar that I fabricated some circular burners. And so we had a circular burner actually to begin with. We had three burners Circular burner in the middle in the mid section and then around the outside section of a thirty inch diameter circular piece of steel and It bruce fifteen hundred degrees. So i realized that that was probably going to be a little bit too hot for for salmon and After some tinkering You know found that We had we had the right temperature. At about seventy degrees is a top temperature and In playing around with it you know. I started cooking for my mom and dad when i got to the point where i felt like you know this thing was gonna work and we were standing around with spatulas and just kind of you know. Stir fry a little bit of vegetables. I think we had some chicken at the time. And the thing that the thing that struck me about it was this was the experience i grew up with as a kid hanging out in the kitchen. As opposed to you know The other side of the the dining room table and it created this convivial fun atmosphere. And i gave us bachelor my mom. She's playing around and gave it to my dad and he's playing around. My brother showed up. you know. And we're all kinda standing there cooking together and it was like. Wow this is really fun so I took this early prototype up to my apartment where i was living in in portland at the time and Started cooking for friends and everybody. You know everybody was just blown away by it. And and and especially In you'll hear this from my friends. Food purist and i really loved the flavor of how things appear naturally so you know if you go out and spend a lot of money you know like mark and malcolm we're talking about on you and and a nice piece of steak you know for me. I like i like to have that. Stake speak for itself or really nice piece of salmon how that sound speaker so vegetables so and what you know cooking on a cast. Iron skillet does or black oils steals. It allows the natural fond and flavors to come out and so that was one of the things that that i think everybody appreciate it. And then you know I ended up hooking up with A a very famous chef. Paul brown And experimenting with a lot of his spices. So you know. I was also into blackening. So we're had this blackened chicken cajun sour that everybody just thought was fantastic. But what i started here was. Hey i won't one of those. And hey i want one of those and i thought you know. Hey there's an idea here. So i i Filed a couple of patents. And i think it was three years in the making it three years later i quit my job of ten years and started ego. Two thousand one. Lots to talk about. Stop you just for one moment. You bet as you conceptualize making what was then going to be like the prototype of yvo. How old how old of a guy are you right now. I'm sixty three but originally when you conceptualized at. How old are you tease. I was probably right around.
"galax" Discussed on The BBQ Central Show
"Of cooking ada tenderness than worrying about flavor but when you are considering whatever final flavor you want are you testing it or tasting it lukewarm. Because i think there might be for folks getting into it in the beginning thinking that the judges are tasting hot food. And i'm sure that's a goal of the judges and the table captains in the food runners and stuff but i think more realistically. They're getting lukewarm to cool barbecue to taste and obviously he changes things or the lack of he changes things. So how are you addressing your flavorings and and how are you When you're putting that together. How hot is the food that you're trying to make those adjustments on mark. My biggest thing is chicken. you know. That's one of the categories that try to get there early and get it as hot as you can and chickens tomase going is going get worse as it gets cooler than any other category mop union. So when i'm cooking chicken at home always liked at least wait. Twenty minutes in the say hot holds up. You know if the scan still good if it's still has good flavor but when it comes to the rest of the meat is make sure that not judge only get one by so i always like to finish with a little fine ground. Salt just to have a little bit extra pop and flavor so subjective but everybody likes something was got pop and that salt is pretty neutral. It's just gonna wake it up. So i wouldn't go heavy on finishing robes because that could offend somebody and you know salt usually like say pretty neutral in judges love salt. They might say they do. Love it. Malcolm how are you figuring out seasonings and all that stuff is at on lukewarm food in the end usually when we tasted it's done it's cooled off a lot What i mean we. We like to hold our meat. Everything's have chicken like mark said we're holding ribs were holding butts we're holding brisket so when we bring them out of the cameras were were glazed with the warm sauce but it's not like super hot. We want it just above room temperature that way when it sticks to the meat and it cools down to have that flavor like talk about zor. They're they're tasting sometimes twenty minutes after the fact we turn it in because they're gonna to they're going to hold that title until they get a full table of injuries so if somebody's on your tables pushing it to the very end yours is going to be sitting there By the time we turn it in. We're usually at the back. Half of the window chickens the only one we go right at the beginning of the windows. Oh i like that idea. The first thing they taste being hot and fresh but after we set that tone. We're trying to play dr advantage and keep it as close to you know as hot food as we can but i have been gig for food being too warm so i don't want to turn it in screaming hot off the bit of. I've got a comment car back. You know you get some crazy stuff back. But i've had some comeback. The my ribs were too hot. They couldn't buy it because it was too warm. And i said why didn't know that was possible he. Kcbs after it set there on a single bomb. Yeah but that changed our mind ryan from you know really having that that final sauce or glaze were using for me band screaming hot to be in just a little over over room temp you know and makes a big difference to me and we all we we also finish it off. A little bit of final seasoning after we taste taste of by to see if it needs a pop assault the needs of bumper. Hate or you know a little bit more sweet on the bottom side or something. We look for those things to give subtle final. Punch malcolm in your opinion you talk to a lot of people are lotta pitmasters reaching out to you privately and just having fence post conversations. Are they saying that. There's a general sentiment. That competition barbecue seems to be stagnant or on a downslide as far as popularity is concerned right. now you know i don't know if it seems to be stagnant. I think there's just so many other options of cooking you know you've got this which is really come on but a heart and on some of it. Then you've got a lot of towns that have you know with kovin. Different things have not are not having contest. I think barbecues is popular ever and competition barbecues popular. But it's not what it was five years ago when we were cooking. All the time definitely Don't think that there's any less interest is just is just the times diamonds. Been bad for for cooks for competitions. I think we're going to see it bounce back as things come back. They will itching to get out there and compete on. The hope of these organizations found a way to keep attracting teams and younger. Cookson kids and the whole thing mark. What's your take a fall right in suit with that. I mean i think i don't think cubans going away or competition going away but i think it's so many more options out there. I mean i don't remember near about the minis contest that we've seen and i know. Kcbs is backed off. I don't think we've had many north mississippi as much as we usually do. But there's so many other venues with the stake. I mean. I've never heard of a chili cook off to like the last two years. And it's like they're blowing up everywhere so i just think it's so much more out there to people compete in that you got so many more options in this kind of spread out more all right. We're going to end it with this. And i hate to do the sieg guys but of course i'm gonna do it for sophie's choice. Everybody loves selfish choice. And this might be a little different for both viewed because of where you're at in your youtube lies at this point so Mark let me start with you. Would you let your youtube count. Go back to zero. If i could guarantee that you would win. Memphis in may the royal and the jack all in the same year. Count me in two zero heart all right now. The big balka. Would you go back to zero all the way back to the beginning. If i could guarantee that you would win. Memphis may the royal and the jack in the same year in a heartbeat. Bill you know tic tac got blue tick talk to can i keep i keep tick-tock but youtube is. I think everybody is has found you over the last five or six years and granted. That tick-tock is blowing up like crazy. I mean you got damn near seven hundred thousand followers. On tactic already is. I'm stalking you constantly. But so you would go back to zero if you could win all those all three of those. You not even blinking an eyelash. I'd retire greg. Retire that i would just be my swansong and i'd probably get delivered pizzas or something baranov while you can find malcolm read over it how to be right dot com mark. Tell everybody where they can find you at found swan lake. Bbq dot com. We got you too. Mr graham tick tock you got any questions let us know guys appreciate the time and we'll look for you next month. Thanks greg measure. There is there they are. I should say mark williams from swine life and of course malcolm read out of barbecue right killing it.
"galax" Discussed on The BBQ Central Show
"Broadcasting live from the barbecues central show studios in cleveland ohio. You're listening to the barbecues central show once again. here's your host greg rambo. All right welcome back portion of being brought to you by the barbecue. Creators of automatic temperature control technology sellers of ceramic cookers built in power draft fans and accessories to make a barbecue and grilling life easier visit bbq guru dot com more formation or. Give them shout at eight hundred two eight guru. Barbecue continues to be a breakthrough in barbecue technology. First tuesday of the month brings a visit from the co founder of how to barbecue ride the pit master of killer hogs barbecue team and sense. He's in the house. How about mark williams to boot. We raised the hotline and welcome in both arc williams and malcolm read right there. Thanks for hanging with me here this evening and appreciate everybody jumping in so we can do a little bit of a group. Recap of the galax. Virginia contest Jason baumgartner had been on a couple of weeks after malcolm had just maybe casually mentioned that he was heading off there in a few weeks because there were some really cool pieces of hardware if you one namely fiddles and guitars and banjos and things of this nature so we'll get to that here in just a second malcolm. Let's start with you. from a recipe standpoint. Because i want to make sure that the central lights are on the food game. I saw the smoky meatball sub recipe. And i'm thinking you know. I know malcolm is a barbecue guy grilling guy and the meatball sub recipe seem to come out of left field to me. So where was the inspiration By the way absolutely freaking delicious. Let's get that out of the way. I mean it works but Just seemed like a little bit of a leftfielder for mesa. Where did the inspiration come from. You know trying to hurry in football season gray we got all these teams starting up with. Preseason practice preseason games kicking off this. We think the cowboys are playing thursday. Night somebody playing the steelers or somebody like that I'm thinking football foods. I wanted to kick it off with a big super sandwich and that barbecue. Big balsa fit the bill perfectly knock. Who's your nfl team. you know. i'm a vikings fan man. I it's it's a hard. It's a hard life down here in mississippi being a vikings fan but Me and my brother stuck with them. Ever since we were kids we saw a preseason game way back when we were little and we've always followed the goal. Are they in contention this year No no no you know you never know. I've got my hopes up we. We're always hoping to win. The division green bay beat the bears. I'll be happy. Do you have a lot of upcoming recipes are going to be dealing with tailgating or like football team stuff now. Always try to work in some for football season. You know down here where. Sec country. Yeah so we do a lot of tailgating for college teams and so i work in some of those recipes. It the guys. Can you know prep it home. Take to the tech to the game or wherever. They're watching it with their bodies and and cook them pretty quick and just something. That's good sums delicious. Something this made drink a beer in one hand eating the other. That's what tailgate foods. All about to me. So i'll definitely be doing some more of this fall mark. I was watching your video to the most recent one which is chuck eye steak. So i think maybe ten years ago maybe was even longer than that. I think i just had my only my barbecue form at that point of so this was even pre podcast and there was one guy from vermont. Who said oh you gotta be on the lookout for these. Chuck is stakes. He couldn't find him at all here in cleveland. They slowly started eking their way into the meat case here. And some of the bigger grocery store chains but i mean honestly i never tried them and then they kind of fell off the face of the earth. I never heard anybody talk about and all of a sudden recently. I'm starting to hear chuck i again. And i've always heard how great they were. But i never just got around to trying him. So what is your introduction to chuck is who told. Did you always know about them or did somebody introduce you to. I never heard anything of them. Until i guess we started. You know with kevin now bookshop. We brian. Good buddy ours. One another he'd make a ruined about once a month he's like man. He's got some beautiful now. I was like what are the. He's like call. Chuck is and they were just marbled up. Just beautiful pieces of beef is a heck. Let's try and i think that's about the time malcolm released video on it and really lit too far no but by and they're delicious. You can't sleep on chuck is it's like the best panelists but the wagon really makes it. We got a couple here local. That are just choice. And i think prime. And they're great lethal that wagon in the mix. It's unreal so is it more of a 'spinellist cap but just not necessarily the monetary investment that you would beginning because obviously i old dealer dealings with a kevin down at the butcher shop as well and he can get you anything so i mean if you want just a straight wagons panelists he can make that happen and there's a price point for that but what about chuck i. What value does it bring to the tape. I think you get all the great marlin of. That's panelists good texture. I mean they're tenders can be and like you say they're half the price of aruba. I mean i think the last ones. I got of course meets one. I want wanna say a fourteen or sixteen hours with around twenty bucks of wagon. I mean that's worth it malcolm. Who introduced you to chuck is kevin. Kevin brought up. He was just wanting us to try some different cuts because it was a value cut. And i i want to say that. I pack that i could. Greg was like nine dollars a steak. And i'll put that out there that that he's got these way. Chuck is for nine dollars and people went crazy over. And he's like man that's not really the price it was just but it was somewhere i it's it's less twenty bucks a pound for these things. It's you know they're lesser cut in. I think we've talked about it before. That's where that wagon shines in those lesser cuts stakes. Of course you know a wagon strip or filet. A rib is gonna be great but when you can get that value on a chuck day. A denver stake some of these steaks at the butcher's how to cut out of the shoulder that we don't see when we go to kroger or publix or wherever wherever you gotta get meet regularly. They don't have cuts like that. But a a butcher shop like kevin's or these smaller. Butcher shops know what they're doing if you stick around hang out with to they'll turn you under some cuts that you've never heard of that are fantastic mark similar way to cook this as you would any normal state just whatever your preferred internal temperature isn't.
"galax" Discussed on The BBQ Central Show
"Thank you for the help. Love the show regards. jesse jesse. Thank you for writing in for both. I don't think i've ever accused of being for both dramatic me ever mike in virginia right. Greg i think one of your instantchat folks hit on something. Last week is the show was going on. I can't speak for everyone else. But i think it would be worth Segment to do a sound drop or sound effect history for all of us like your chat guy said i can make out most of them but some i don't understand and born portly i would like to know where they all came from and what context they were originally used it. I think it would be great fun and would be a good show history lesson for all us. Love the show. Mike in virginia mike. Thanks for writing it. After mike i forget exactly who was in the chat that said it because it was top the second hour we ran back and realize that a sound drop was gary vein or chuck multi-millionaire used appear on the show saying you know what lavonia shut your face when people. I don't understand what that guy saying so we suss it out. We all understood what he was saying at that point and then i put it in the proper context because hearing somebody say hey so and so shut your face. There's no context to that. You don't know what people are or what angle they're driving at. So we were able to put that one in perspective is good. Look to do that. That'd be fun all right guys in the green room. We'll talk quickly about primo No actually i'll talk to you quickly. About brand new sponsor of the show yukon glory. Have you been there. Yukon glory dot com. I wanna talk to you about the grill. And serve said it's an absolute revolution when it comes to the landscape of grilling baskets. I've always hated to things about using grilling basket during my cook. One i have to wear some kind of heat resistant gloves. Take the things on and off the heat because it really hot too gets greased oil over my table or my counter where the hell putting it down to serve and being someone who has been known to be a little bit of a clean freak. That isn't something i can really go down with. So what they live. Fire cooked to do. Where's the fift- enter a great product from yukon. Glory called the grill and serve as patented design fixes. Everything set includes three. Stainless steel grill basked. Which are moved by clip. Handled it seamlessly grips the interior of the basket for easy lifting and dropping also has large custom fitted stainless steel serving trade to catch any drips and allow for a beautiful table presentation as well. Perhaps in my case more importantly leaves you with a clean table. When everybody's done eating thank you. You can't laurie now. What should you as a cook use them for. But he's a perfect for veggies or for food about wings how about tacos and meet of all types. Welcome on these riddle basket. You can think of it. You can use it on the grill and serve as far as where you can buy. Small upstart mom and pop shops like walmart amazon depot. Lowes ever heard a target them there. To of course you can go to uconn. Glory dot com. And i would say this. Because i know the central lights love deal if you would like to get ten percents off your entire order go to the website. Yukon glory dot com and use promo code the number ten one zero. The numerals one zero central. Ten central all lumped together for ten percent discount. All august long follow me on instagram and facebook at uconn. Glory the grill and serve and we are.
"galax" Discussed on The BBQ Central Show
"All right good evening and welcome to the really big barbecue central show. This is a show talked about all things. Important of the world of barbecue and grilling show originates from the rock and roll hall of fame city of cleveland ohio. The barbecue capital of the north kothe. I'm your program host. Greg grumpy habit. Have you aboard here on your tuesday. Evenings live fire fun and violin. Show if you ready to jump in tonight with your live fire take of any and all regards and you don't know how to get in touch with me. Here's how you do that. You can get in touch with the show by sending an email to greg at bbq central show dot com or on twitter and instagram said. Bb accused central. Show anything else. You wanna find out about the show. Could we found out the main website. The bbq central show dot com. And here's what's happening case you get the newsletter and it's a really big barbecue show the seasoning in about twelve minutes from now. We have the first tuesday of a brand new month regular guests the creator of how to barbecue right the pit master of tiller hogs barbecue competition team and we have his. Youtube pal is colleague. A man who is a champion cook on his own right both. Kcbs and steak and at the home. He's got his own youtube channel. Who's on the show for the first time. A couple of weeks ago all in the same house tonight. It's going to be malcolm reed. Yes and that's right mr swine life. Yes anybody ready for that. Yes. of course you are. That's going to be the first site so all of a sudden. I'm worried that we're not gonna have near the amount of space to cram both of these stars into one segment. But i'm very happy that Both of them are up for it so we have plenty to talk about. We're going to get a big recap on. The gay lacks virginia contest. We will also talk about their most recipes. Enough you've been to malcolm's youtube recently or not but there's some ridiculous meatball barbecue sandwich that has going on with lots of bread and beef and pork and cheese and sows also wanna talk to mark about this. Chuck is steak asshole. Take chuck is steak. Believe it or not. And i'm going to ask him all about it and i'm gonna leave it there for not we'll pick it up here in a few minutes then thirty five past the hour. We'll move to first time guests and really the creator of something called the evoke cooker or the grill. Or whatever you wanna talk about one of the hottest things that has hit the live fire industry as far as ways to cook. It's flat top right. Yes blackstone ridiculously crazy. There's been a lot of other metoo like the blackstone products but what about the upper echelon of flattop cooking implements. Yvo is the one that created at all. And i will have the creator of the yvo bob schindler first time looking forward to talking with bob and seeing how that whole thing got started where they are at today. Then we'll move to the second hour where fourteen past the hour. Since it is the first tuesday of a brand new month another youtube sensation that will be joining me. Of course saying the cooking guy back on his head long into shooting for his new cookbook. That's getting ready to be coming coming out and hitting the stands on a pictures being taken over the course of the week so talking to sam about getting that book ready and packaged to sell. I'm sure it's available for preorder. At this point we'll also be talking about the new cast iron skillet that he has out. I have one right next to me but it's very heavy. I don't wanna to pick it up. Unless i absolutely necessarily have to which i will the second hour to show off and we have some other items talk about as well and then coming out of the bullpen. This evening at ten thirty five is none other than the founder of 'em grills travis mcgee. Is there hotter grill right now. I'll talk to these guys here. The duo sea contest here just a few minutes. Desert hotter grill on the market right now then angrily. Certainly they've been around the state game for quite some time. Had the ammo can. They've had the m one or bazaar like flagship product. Originally that wasn't really competition cooker. It was really nice to the backyard and now they have the m16 grill and boy. Oh boy is there a hotter brand on the market right now especially when it comes to competition stakes than m grill. I doubt if and will rejoin travis mcgee for the second time here on the show. So that's how the show if you wanna get in touch with me. Hit me up to one. Six to two zero zero nine six or greg at the bbq central show dot com. Don't forget you can follow me. Socially instagram twitter tick tock and snappers at bbq central show. Also for live video feed you can go to facebook and twitch slash bbq central show or on youtube slash d remedy. Indo forget you can get ad free. Podcast feed experiences. If you're in two different places you can become a patron over my patriot. Page picked up a handful of those over the course of the week. Patriots dot com slash. Bbq central show. Or you can scribe directly into the apple podcast app if you so desire or just listen to me all the way through with ads and that's fine as well a ton of you emailed me over the course of the past week letting me know how much you love. First time guest last week banned bieb roth from spice acre farm again. A local cleveland guy. Greater cleveland guy. He's for me south. Bend a little bit east but within an hour strive. If you missed the live show you can go back. Grab the podcast of your convenience. And i have to agree with you. All of all the great. I guess that we've had for many weeks in a row now by the way this was like the fourteenth week where we've had at least one new guest who's never been on the show before we continue that stretch here this evening but of all of the great first time guests that i have had on the show for weeks in a row now ben has to be one of the best and you could really hear his passion for not only cooking but teaching people about food itself trying to have them connect immediately with it while they were touring a spice acre farm. Since he was giving the example kids never had kale. You immediately pull the kale underground clean ends jamaica salad dressing then you have eat it right there while you're in the field and draw that immediate connection to make you appreciate food more so it was really great segment. I look forward to having a back on the show at the end of september. Already booked where we'll be talking about. Booms pizza which is his pizza concept listener feedback from the show as well. Jesse in new york writes greg as you're leading out of the opening monologue last week. I hear i heared orrin proper english. I heard you use terms. I don't ever recall hearing anyone use before those terms were and i quote generally amenable moderately neto definitely not unwell. I use the first two all weekend long. I usually listen to the interviews and find your rams to be a bit verbose and dramatic. However this time i was laughing out loud in the i use the terms immediately and throughout the weekend..
Traveling To Snowdonia
"Let's start with a peak at the natural appeal of the largest national park. In wales snowdonia the highest peak and wales in fact the highest peak in england and wales is called snowden sits in the heart of the snowdonia region and in one of britain's first national parks these welsh islands offer outdoor adventures gorgeous backdrop and draw countless tourists each year. Well skied martin. The land of its is here to help us make the most of our time in snowdonia martin. Thanks for being here. Thank you for having me there. So i've been to your home. Snowden is right in the backyard you grew up there in northern wales snowden in snowdonia national park mean to you. It's a place. I tend to walk quite a lot. It's just a huge and beautiful area. When i say huge. It's massive eight hundred and twenty seven square miles but you don't see that many people in it feels massive because it's it's windy it stark. It's pristine yeah. Small road not allowed to crowds. How tall is mount snowden. It's the massive height of three thousand six hundred fifty feet above sea level at its peak but because it rises more or less out of the sea. Yeah it has the aspect of bigness about it. It's so interesting because here on the west coast of the united states. Three thousand five hundred feet. It's like this is sort of a medium mountain pass for britain. That's a big peak. That's you know. Ben davis is the highest one in britain and there are few mountains over four thousand of the snowdonia national park. You have all of wales peaks over three thousand feet high and on. I think there's only one pecan english over three thousand okay. And this is the north of wales in. I've traveled on wheels. A fair bid. I just if you got limited time. I would recommend north. The peaks only Less than four thousand feet but didn't The british Climbers have mount everest. Actually practice in the snowden area. They practiced in that. Nobody had ever used oxygen on a mountain before. And so they had a stroll round be had Two systems an open and closed. And they thought oh. The closed system is much better. But what they didn't realize goes onto everest the vows and clo- system froze so the luckily they had a couple of open systems with them but they had some rugged enough areas in north wales where thought they could have some practice there. And you do get to some mountain. they're not resorts alert. Sort of hiking centers or something there. There's some beautiful towns. There's town called. Beth goulart galaxy. Guess who described beth killer it's a mountainous area and therefore towns villages. They nestle in the valleys. They don't sit on tops of hills and bathe galax which means ballots grave is useful in a little bowl with rivers running through it stone building. Oh everything is built on. Everything is built stone bridges over the babbling drone bridges and of course slate roofs because wales used to be the slate production center of the world at one time that right so when we think about going to north wales as a visitor and we want to do some hikes. What advice would you give for enjoying the nature of snowden national park and bringing up some calories at the same time you can hike all levels. Mt snowden itself with acid in welsh is an attraction. And there's a railway that runs up if you don't wanna walk for three hours just take the train and this is kind of a cute little tourist steam train. Yeah it goes from some berries up to the top and that's a family out it is. It gets crowded. Some of what i was going to say is that snowden is like a magnet people have heard people know that so that eight hundred and twenty seven square. Miles will get away from snowden. You'll see fewer and fewer and people which is a lovely thing. It is very empty area. It is and if you wanted to have some rugged memory you could hike it without the steam train. Take what five hours or so three hundred. Well five hours up and down if you if you know. It's a nice day. It's a lovely day. Beware say this flat up. Beware of times of year like easter when it's considerably cooler the top dress. Well okay
"galax" Discussed on Anything But Idle
"This is episode thirty six the news in preview for twenty twenty one episode and we're recording this on december twenty eighth twenty twenty just a few days shy of the new year each week we cover and discuss the productivity news headlines of the week and to do that we have to panelists which we invite to the show and talk about all things in the personal productivity and technology space Today we have art galax and dr frank buck. Our galax is a productivity and collaboration consultant his blogger at the idea pump and host of being productive. Podcast as well as being on the particular cast podcast with out and myself and francis wade and so welcome to anything but idol. Frank i'm art guys. How's it going. Yes yes and then. We have dr frank buck. Most people are overwhelmed by the amount of paper and digital information in their lives. Frank buck makes organization easy so you can increase productivity decreased stress and enjoy life global has ranked frank number one in the world in a time management category for twenty nineteen and twenty twenty. His career path took him from band director to principal central office administrator now to productivity coach and speaker. By the way. I think dr frank is a doctor bucket. Still up for Twenty twenty one to go out there and vote for him. I think we have a link to him in the past show. How's it going to great great hope. Everybody get holiday guests. Yes welcome to everybody watching live. If you have questions feel free to throw them into or comments feel free to throw them into the chat and we'll see those and we'll be able to respond to you and what i wanted us to do. Today is to have a little discussion. Or what gustav and i wanted us to do. Today was to have a little bit of discussion about really predictions for twenty twenty one. But a little bit of a a more a little bit more veracity to the discussion. In that way in the sense that i wanted us to have a conversation about what we know is going to be happening in. Twenty twenty one considering all the things we know about twenty twenty which is probably very little one side and fairly You know clear on the other side. So i wanted to start with maybe the the world of productivity proper and then we can go into technology but what are the things in in two thousand twenty that we learned that will probably make its way into 2021 especially as it relates to working from home a remote work and the proliferation of really the pandemic For at least the next You know two quarters. Maybe even three quarters of the year as we start to get people vaccinated.
"galax" Discussed on Back From The Future Podcast
"You have already received from the consumers and government stop wasting it on television commercials virtue signaling and do your job or second story is a sad one for many Engineers, but it ends on a happy note the September 8th round black Windows updates had a nasty bug in it that broke windows subsystem for Linux to for users running Windows 10 version 2004 according to a report from bleeping computer the microwave. Soft KB 45.71 756 security update introduced a flaw that prevented users from launching WSL to from the command prompt when attempting to do so often flaw would cause an error that readout element found our process existed with code 429-496-7295. Luckily there is now a fix in the former another patch from Microsoft that dropped on October 1st. Our fellow Engineers can install the Windows 10 2004 KB 457 763 non-security preview cumulative update to fix the issue. Again, that's K be four or five 7763 if updates can't be applied at the current moment many users have reported that song by uninstalling the old KB they were able to restore WSL to functionality. Please keep in mind since Windows updates are now cumulative. It will likely roll back. 20 other critical security patches that came with that update. I personally see this as something that's pretty sad but it seems that operating systems are so complex these days that flaws like this just can't be avoided luckily Microsoft turn this around in less than a month it appeared to only hinder users with hyper-v capabilities, which we all know WSL to uses According to some reports and online forums. So as most Engineers will know please don't use WSL or W sl24 running production code using actual Linux kernel additional information can be found in our Linked In Our show notes. It's funny DJ cos I love windows subsystem for Galax Virginia one and now version 2 and I'm super pleased that this project continues to move forward like you echoed earlier wet travel pass. He is Microsoft's testing methodology as Windows becomes more complicated and does more things behind the scenes and off-loading running..
"galax" Discussed on Stories Philippines Podcast
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Into the Corn
"Was on a local pleasure flight in my belong to cruise air heading from Twin County airport in hills village Virginia to South West Virginia. My friend Daniel Student pilot was in the right seat. I was the pilot in command. I plan to take off from runway one niner and make a large sweeping right turn to return to the airport. I anticipated flight of fifteen to thirty minutes. Maximum approximately five to seven miles from the airport. I was arguing back to the field at about one thousand five hundred or one thousand seven hundred feet. Ag L. in accrues configuration climbing gently. When I felt a sensation similar to driving over a rumble strip on a highway without much discernible noise change. The engine suddenly backed off to idle with a mild shuddering sensation. The propeller continued to windmill. My initial reaction was to raise the nose and verify that the throttle and mixture were forward. They were still in a gentle. Climb as I- decelerated to approximately best glide speed verified the mags on both and then left and then right individually switched field tanks applied carburetor. Heat verify the landing gear and flaps full up and re trimmed the nose judge the distance to the airport boundary and stated that we needed to have a fielder to picked out in case. The glide. Didn't look good after we stabilized. I quickly determined that we were not within a glide of the airport property and selected a field planted in corn. We had seen just behind the right wing. My reasoning was that was a long ridge of an otherwise very steep hill surrounded by other inhospitable hillsides. And all the pastures had relatively close fences and had visible obstacles rocks included and cattle. I also reason that the corn would help dissipate energy. I briefly experimented with the hand fuel. Pump starter mixture and throttle hoping for at least partial power with zero engine response. Daniel remained calm and very helpful. I initiated a brisk turn to the right which put us on a slightly high angling left base leg. I told Daniel my intentions and once I assured we were clear of the power transmission lines and towers. I confirmed we were configured for a full flap gear up landing and went left to right in the cockpit turning off any potential hazards to our landing including mags. Throttle and mixture fallout master. Switch off. I told Daniel to verify. The cabin door was ajar. At which point he asked about the wheels and I stated it would be an intentional gear up to avoid nosing over just above the corn. I realized my plan to touch down just as the field settled slightly into a bowl. The seaplane technique for water landings and swells was off and I actually went into the corn tassels seconds past that point dragging the tail the descent through the approximately six foot high corn was very noisy and short lived as it provided rapid deceleration as anticipated and we impacted knows high wings level very firmly and stopped almost immediately. Skewing about thirty to forty degrees left just as we stopped even with my experience. Flying from aircraft carriers that touchdown and deceleration is at least tied for the most violent arrest. Moment I have experienced my inertial real lap belts and shoulder harnesses. Were wonderful as soon as we stop moving. I checked on Daniel and told him firmly to get out of the airplane. He did so eagerly as he exited. I handed possibly through the first aid kit at him and followed immediately once clear. We tried to confirm that neither of US was hurt. We remain somewhat away from the aircraft and then got closer to inspect it. I did not see or smell fuel oil. Smoke or flame and so from the wing. I confirm that I had the airplane and IT systems turned off and looked for my cell phone. It was later found in the corn stubble. About twelve feet from the cockpit. Apparently having broken free of its Yo colder an exited through the lower right corner of the windshield we set out through the corn downhill. In the general direction of the nearest road. I estimate are not so straight path to the first cattle fence and subsequently cow path to have covered what is actually only about one quarter mile while walking we both called family members to inform them of our experience and that we were okay. I also arrange to have picked up roadside. We encountered the landowner at the bottom of the hill and informed him how we got there he had no idea. I called the Flight Standards District Office at Charleston West Virginia and left a message and then tried to Richmond. Virginia physio with a similar lack of success. My wife then took me to the Galax Virginia hospital because of increasing lower back discomfort while in the waiting room at the emergency room I was successful reporting the event to a flight service station operator at one. Eight hundred W X brief. Who told me that his computer entries were in fact passed into the government system and that I had therefore notified the FAA. We later discovered that the crankshaft had broken cleanly into it. Shut down all the accessories. Fuel pump mags oil pump. The instant the rear third had stopped rotating that put us in a glider with a big speed break in just one or three skipped heartbeats. I don't count the successful outcome of this. Or my previous four aviation bumps in the night to military to civilian as a result of any exceptional pilot skills on my part but gleefully acknowledged that I had many good and thorough civilian and military instructors over the years who hammered the need for constant practice and self instruction into my piloting. The result is that when something goes wrong. There's no need to think about it simply. React to all the training scenarios and execute the sequence of corrective action. You've already created. It's worked well for
"galax" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM
"And you know, about these plans, the months and months and months in advance if I assuming to, you know, an alien ship coming by passing by you don't recognize that ship not somebody who's just calling a war Joe visiting that's part of legal shipping process. You're going to want to to you know, attack them. We'll stop and toss them because he does not a coincidence. They'll headed towards your planet. That's just doesn't happen on accident, and those kind of Rangers they know that plants inhabit too. And those those are the plans and now as we are talking about faster than light, and this interstellar travel dark energy the is too complex to get into right now. But the expansion of our universe. We thought that gravity would overtake. This was the popular theory for forever, and that it would reverse gravity would pull it back together. Big bang would repeat wash rinse repeat expand and contract. But it doesn't appear to be the case today in that dark energy is pushing the universe apart. Infinite and that the outer reaches of the universe right now. Those galaxies and planets and stars are quite possibly traveling faster than the speed of light. They've outran the speed of light. So we don't even see them anymore, and they have affectively disappeared is are you on that side of the fence? Oh, yes. It's it's I mean, the evidence is pretty solid for that the universe. We have no idea helping the real universe says it could be but the observable universe is this constantly expanding area. And we get to see more and more as time goes on because life from fort on for the places reach us. But at the same time is the universe. Expands. Your boss. We all have MSCI mass as galaxy after galaxy on the very edge. Things follows over what we call the cosmological event horizon. And for all practical purposes, they are moving faster light themselves intellectually moving like that. But the space between them and us is growing so quickly that the light from them will never be able to reach us. And it's about seven percent of light speed for every billion light years that you go. So that that's the Hubble expansion. Right. UCS twenty mega pulse sex or something like that. If you get far enough away, you get the edge the universe 'cause no light can ever actually reach you. That's the edge of the absorb, of course. And we don't know how much for that goes after that. We think it's probably a lot big Austin but universe, but how much people we have no way of knowing isn't it. A fascinating almost frightening thought that out there that there are galax galaxies that are invisible because they are faster than light. And they are just going in one direction, and you won't see it coming or going because of its speed. It's it's kinda mind all the sheer size universe's mind boggling to begin with. So the thing about astronomy, you can never really vacuum. Head around the scale. I it's it's an fitting in one direction fitting, another there's so much time so much space, and it's all expanding. So quickly. And it's just how do you vacuum? Head of our something that big and what do we do with those concepts? Now when we talk about dark energy, fifteen seconds. And then we'll pick it up after the break. I mean is dark energy the answer to all of the the math and physics. Wow. There's so much. We don't know about. I talk Ouchi is exactly that it's dull to us that we we know we know more about doc Madel them, you know, about talk out by me, sadly. Doc energy is still so much mystery other than what it does which is create new space. Our guest tonight is Isaac. Arthur, I'm your host Jimmy church. It is moving into Sunday morning. We'll be right back after the short break. Stay with us..
"galax" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK
"Many of the big business. You know, Republicans or haven't been in favor of doing something about this. All right. We'll be back in just a moment. I'm the galax sitting in tonight for bad wash. You're listening to News Radio K A B K ninety three point one FM and fifteen thirty AM. We'll be right back. Newsradio KFB Sacramento's news, traffic and weather. Governor and attorney general embroiled in black face controversies while the attorney general denies rather the Lieutenant governor denies allegations of sexual assault. ABC news, political director, Rick Klein, says all three men are Democrats. And if they resigned Republican Quinton being Virginia governor every state handles it differently. But in Virginia the rule is that number one is there governor, then the Lieutenant governor, then the attorney general in the line of succession, and next up is the speaker of the house of delegates and in Virginia that person happens to be a Republican governor Ralph Northam refuses to step down democratic Senator Elizabeth Warren is apologizing for not being more sensitive after it was revealed that she identified herself as American Indian on her Texas bar. Registration officials in Florida say a twenty year old woman has been critically injured in the skydiving fall. And it's gonna be a skydiver down. Courtesy of broadcast. Defy police say it appears there may have been an issue with the parachute. Daria Albinger, ABC news. From the twenty four seven KFI digital new center. I'm Joe Michaels. Newsradio KFC K the elk grove unified school district's for is approved a controversial new curriculum. It includes teaching students about the contributions to society those who identify as LGBTQ. The new curriculum.
"galax" Discussed on The Majority Report with Sam Seder
"So you like rich. People powers, your Goldman Sachs jacket that we know your wife works there. Supported by one point three million contract all over the country. Our average contribution sixty immigration. You know, Donald Trump. Head a million dollar judgment against hiring illegal aliens. You know what he's doing right now in Florida? He brings in hundreds of four and were instead of hiring American serve with all respect. Donald Trump is deceiving. He is playing you for a chump prayer fall. Astor? Merck is the main stream media, so Jeff. Trump to be the Republican team every chance why John bainer supports Donald Trump. John bainer. Do you agree with Nancy Pelosi? The thing is everybody. But I'm in Trump. He's the only one that's going to put us where we need to beat second amendment. Okay. Great quality. All right. I have defended second amendment in front of this court of the United States. You know that Donald Trump supported Bill Clinton's national ban on some of the most popular firearms in America. And that is faculty rita's book where he said, I agree with Bill Clinton fact said hey done that's a quote from Donald five twenty years fighting fan the second. And I'll tell you this. If Donald Trump every becomes with. Right. I don't like. Alex galax, but he's gonna put a liberal on the supreme court's gonna take away their second amendment. Right. There is a reason why gun owners of America has endorsed me in this campaign because I've defended the second Mongol while Donald Trump is a New York liberal who will take away your second amendment this mass line to you. And he's taken advantage of you. And I would miss shown you that does the protest. All right. We get it was do get to Syria. The guys you're going to kill a lot of innocent women and children if you do that. And he literally is looking at the guy like what going I went leading up to twenty eighteen to I think eight Trump rallies or something along those lines and spoke to supporters. I was kind of the work that like I got most attention for me last year. And you really there is that populous fervor that guy was more articulate than a lot of the people. I spoke to but there they were focused on campaign donations, and the fact that Trump is a self made businessman that made a lot of supporters show comfortable because. Corruption is a widespread sentiment throughout the country. No matter what kind of person you're talking to. You know, we interviewed someone who had did a history of the concept of mesmerized them in this in the country and the snake oil salesman. And the thing that she said was that Trump was indicative of that tradition. Was that people know the guy is a liar. It they feel that he's on their side and lying on their on their behalf. And that that idea of like that he self funded and is not taking other people's money. Led them to believe that he was in their corner. Which of course, he he wasn't. But and I don't like, and that's not I don't even think they have to get that much more sophisticated beyond that, you know, small campaign donations or just the idea of like, he's rich. He does he's doing us a favor by runs these sugar daddies, Goldman Sachs or cetera. I mean, they that guy hates the financial institutions just as much as progressive, Stu. And so we just have to remember that in our strategy. No doubt. I I I I think that's true. The question is that on the list of things that will motivate that guy to vote absolute how high up is it? Protecting dodd-frank or a twenty-first-century Frank f to Syria. You have really weak position dodd-frank rule. But I I don't doubt. I don't doubt it. But I also my point he's probably does support more rabbit stuff than that. But my point is is that how motivating is that versus protect my guns. How motivating is that anti immigrants or? Yeah. We'll in that's keep country white. And that's the problem. That's also the bigger problem with just anti corruption politics, generally. Right. Because the way it's been deployed whether it's with Trump or Bolsonaro or Mody it fascist win elections using generic anti corruption campaigns. So unless you really specific about what you're actually talking about..
"galax" Discussed on Call Her Daddy
"Yeah. Like the stone or I am like what to I turn around. And I walked back and there he is on his back galax up against the window. Then he's just blowing up their way. And I'm like this chasing is going to smell like marijuana. Panty is forever left without homeless. Man. Stench not of the homeless man stench. But of that we right? I mean, that's just the shit. We see imagine being a homeless person like that sounds like living a lucky speech being me. Yeah. He he's got it made. Yeah. And then we walked home. We saw like a couple people like getting carried out on stretchers outta there's like someone screening. It's just you gotta love New York. Yeah. We'll talk about a favorite topic of mine cheating. Guys, we get so much backlash for this topic. There's so many people that come crying to us like how can you guys like talk about cheating in that way? It sounds like you guys condone cheating. No, we don't I know we like jokes. So we're always like, oh my God. Like if he is doing this cheat on him. If she doesn't come home at night cheat on her. It's like he doesn't buy you an ice cream cheat. Always are go To's just cheat on them. But we're obviously joking right? Comedy podcast. Relax. Calm. Your ted. Obviously. Like, I mean, if you're horny it's not really cheating. Yeah. Of course, if you're horny and your significant other isn't around time, obviously cheat. That's fine. Yeah. But if you weren't even that warning, then it's just fucked up. Right. But like if you're horny, obviously, Chee guys, we're fucking kidding. People are in our cars are giving us right now what people are fucking they're typing away right now. No, okay. So let's talk because you and I had been. In kind of talking about like what exactly do you consider cheating? Yeah. And you would think it's so simple. And it's not not like it is not simple at all. Is it just like intercourse is it anything like I've had friends that are like, oh like it was just an innocent make out like I'm not going to be mad at him or her. And I'm like, yeah. Oh, there are people that say like sex is cheating. And then there are those people that are like oh my God. He followed in like two girls picture on Instagram. I he's cheating. Right. So there's just like a very wide range of what constitutes cheating, and I wanna talk about it. Well, that's just like the physical aspect, right? Like, there's a whole like emotional aspect of it. I have a good. I have a good actual. We'll I don't wanna consider emotional cheating because it's about me. But it could be on people's is considered. But not you. You would never do that. So I when I was dating this guy and my ex-boyfriend came to town, and I went out for like a girls night. And I just really pulled one of those like drunk needed to see my ex moments, okay up. 'cause like, I guess I mean, I think I was still in love with my ex that doesn't sound like a healthy relationship. But okay, you know, it was just the relationship was fine. It was very convenient that doesn't sound like a healthy relationship. This is bad. Okay. We'll give you the better. You're like I was in love with someone else. No. Okay. So I was so I was I went out with my girlfriends hold the classic like oh, sorry, babe. Like, my phone's gonna dial see you at home. Yeah..
"galax" Discussed on Marty and McGee
"Two nine three seven seven six eight eight say ESPN, so we are back on the radio. But we're also here on this. This five television set here about that. Yeah. How about that? We not only have we kept them fooled. We've kept them food on the TV side and we've kept food on the radio side. And now we have them fooled into big collaborative fan. I honestly, and we say this all time the Thursday night TV show in the fall that was so much fun. And I still can't believe we got to do it. But there's something nice about here in little Waylon and being able to sing a little see. Now, the beautiful part about this is that y'all need on the television. We cannot sing right because we don't have the rights to the music, right? But on the radio, we have the rights to the music, and if the radio we learned this this week, if the radio show is on TV not a TV show on radio if a radio show on TV, we can sing as we can. So while bless America. We fall, and we started and hopefully, so Marlboros Connecticut like MRs an Email, and they still let us do our TV show in Thursday's will have to check up on the singing. But now what was so drive down here this morning, which it's lengthy. Yeah. I I had it on Sirius XM prime country. Okay. Course. And that's like the greatest in the world, and they were on it this morning. There was all the gold by Larry gatlin and gatlin brothers, which is the official song of the nineteen ninety three ninety four Giles high school baseball team mountain empire district champions, just for the record mountain empire was extra come out and empire district. I don't think I don't think that I don't think the mountain empire district exists anymore win. It did back in my day. We own that thing. And I know everyone of y'all boys from Grayson county, you shut it down a lax and narrows. All y'all galax Virginia. I know it I know it will try to near the border the Virginian shutdown. Why he dominated those boys? They were the maroon Todd or something like that. It's one of those deals. Yeah. What was my car was I was in? in was in the cafe that was in hometown number six. And then I was in the like the peach tree six or something. I don't know what it was six, but neither one of my schools one much anything in any of them. Hey, I wanna say this this morning. So woke up this morning to nor, you know, normally mardi McGee is all about fun, and and raising Cain and being comfortable with. But I want to say this because it's very important to me and very important to McGee. We lost a very dear friend in any of you guys listening out, there know, who Joe Gibbs is an Joe was one of bunch of Super Bowls with the Redskins and owns Joe Gibbs racing now here in Charlotte. One have won multiple NASCAR championships. Joe's son, j d. Passed away last evening. He had been dealing with a neuro degenerative disease year over the last couple three four years here. And I was gutted when I woke up to learn that news, and I want to try to encapsulate. JD's influence rarely have been around anyone that had the grace that he had and the welcoming kind smile, always and. He played football. William and Mary and was just a such a wonderful hero race cars race motorcycles. And drove drove race cars. And that was his love his father, Joe Gibbs. Of course, we all know the football coach, but his his other passion was auto racing..
"galax" Discussed on The Cracked Podcast
"Offer code cracked. In pop culture, we always just get it's one Roman empire with one kind of legionary soldier in out that we've got that outside of these gritty ones that pop culture thing of like, Ben Hur, or or he'll Caesar even a where it's just all these guys in that same outfit, but the actual Roman army was way, more interesting. Right. It was all these different units from all these different places that got to kind of fight the way they were used to right? Yeah. One of the ways that the Romans used their imperialism to their advantage was to go in and go. Oh, you guys are really good at writing hoses? Great. You'll be the whole skies. Like, you guys have these very specific types of clubs that really fucked us up. Great you're gonna fuck up those guys over there. Now, that's your and Trident guys. We hear try by. They just look so cool. Right through the brain. There were Roman imperial legions that y you're classic old red and gold and the shields and all of that stuff. But then they were also once that were more specific for a specific type of fighting style. And they would always move them along way from wherever they came from two different frontier. Right. Because you don't want people financing discord in the place where they know people like you. I'm now in the Roman army. I'm successful. And I'm very powerful. And also, I'm mad about this specific thing that's happening to my family. I'm gonna fuck some people up, whereas if you're from the north African region, and you've been sent to look off to Hadrian's wall in the north of England, you don't care about those people. Them from killing you and each other. That's a real common practice as you get you get auxiliary units raised say along the along the Rhine getting sent to northern Britain. Or you get you get people from North Africa serving in Syria, the Romans just moved people around on a huge scale. It's one of the things that makes the Roman empire. The Roman empire is just huge amounts of movement of people and goods, and that's actually a thing that the American army has taken up in an us. That's the reason why you don't stay in a place for more than full years because they don't want people to each other and laying down roots in a place. That's That's. it. It's a way of the the elites holding power people movement. People moved a what in the Roman world. It's one of the reasons why the Latin language was so homogeneous is because you don't why didn't have like really strong regional differences like were accents Latin. But there weren't, but it was all mutually intelligible and part of the reason for that is because people moved around so much you get a process called dialect levelling where as people move from place to place, they kind of knock out the strongest differences in the language. But I mean there were many languages spoken in the Roman empire. It's one of our kind of miss that we have about it is that everybody spoke Latin. Well, first of all the eastern half of the Roman empire. The lingua franca was Greek and not Latin. But then everywhere else, you had people speaking other languages like Latin didn't completely knock out the Gaulish languages, these Celtic languages, and what's now France until like the fourth or the fifth century AD so four or five hundred years after the Roman conquest Basque, obviously survives. That's a pre. Well, sh code rush. Irish galax Scottish gap, whilst they it's not like Bain buying all those language, but Mike holdouts while Latin was coming in. Yeah. Yeah. Brittany Wales and Cohen wool and and the best country world at the Roman empire, and they still speak the language. Wow. There's some reason in Britain to think that the language is kind of retracted during the Roman empire, and then expanded outwards again when the Romans left so people who people whose ancestors had been speaking, a Celtic language learned to speak Latin gave it up and then when the Romans left they went back to speaking a Celtic language, and especially mentioned in Greek as a language and he said half, the empires the whole east lake..