32 Burst results for "Goya"

"goya" Discussed on Monocle 24: Section D

Monocle 24: Section D

08:18 min | 4 months ago

"goya" Discussed on Monocle 24: Section D

"Continuing the legacy of a family firm is challenging after the original entrepreneurs have moved on. It's a situation faced by the family behind Witten mall guard furniture. The Copenhagen based company was founded and run by Peter witt and ola malga Nielsen between 1944 and 1975. Now, it's experiencing a rebirth led in part by the founder's grandchildren. Caspar, and melane witt. The duo, along with other members of their families, have been delving into the company's archive to reissue works with Danish furniture brand and tradition. We caught up with Casper and Malay at the release of the ex chair last month. The first new issue of the iconic design in decades. We hear from Casper, who talks about the reestablishment of the brand in 2016, first. After we had some initial conversation with the two families together and we saw how many drawings all designed there was actually still in such a good shape. Then we figured out, okay, we need to do something here. And then we formed a small company just to make sure that we had an agreement and saying, okay, if you want to move forward, if we have the right company, if they can make the furnitures in the right way, then we can proceed. So we made the company 50 50 company, the two families together, which is really nice that we made this and it's been so smooth. Everybody's been so interested in getting it back together or making the furniture. Again, that it has just been such a smooth journey for the company. And it's been quite some years now also from the first ideas in the first meetings we had until the furniture actually came out. It took four or 5 years. So it was a long journey, and also so many ideas was going on, but it's been such a great journey so far with the new vinegar company. I mean, what's your ambition with the company moving forward? Is it to de archive pieces or is it more are you going to design new mod or what does that start to look like? The ambitions is a bit different from just setting up a new company because it's set in the framework of our heritage and the designs that already exist for me personally I have a great respect for that but not to say that they have hundreds of drawings of design that wasn't realized and one of them a part of the collection now which is the lamp. Which is from the archive and we had to look through it and see what was actually the newest drawing in all the date so we could be sure that okay this was where they ended this is what they wanted it to look like. And that has been a nice process also to look through the whole archive and see what they came from and where they were also going in terms of other lighting and other furniture. So I think that became part of the ambition and question my uncle who is a lamp and industrial and free to design. He has been looking at these drawings and also reinterpreting some of them to extend the lamp collection. So within that framework, there's a lot of possibilities if we're going to make a completely new design. I wouldn't say no, but it's not something we have talked about so far. But Casper and I are in the industry of design and product design and furniture design. So it's not that it's far from what we do every day. I would say. I guess I'm also curious as designers. Rebirth this company. There's obviously that family passion, but you cast a why did you want to be involved in this project? And maybe the other question is it doesn't feel to me that it's something about making money. I'm assuming there's more to it than, you know, tell me a little bit about that. I felt it was unfair that you couldn't buy if you wanted to go to a store, you could buy a lot of the golden age designers Danish golden age design and furnitures. But you could not buy a DynamoDB. You had to go to a second hand or go online to find it. And often super expensive if you wanted to go more the old pieces. So I thought it was so unfair. And that's how I felt. I'm not from the school of architecture and design. So I didn't have the same distance to reproducing because I felt more like, let's get it out there. And not because of the money, but because I wanted people to experience how great the furnitures were. And I think also some of the first ideas of the design was great furnitures, great looking furnitures, great comfort, furniture, but also for everybody. So that's the whole idea and also not just Vietnamese was a part of that whole revolution, good furniture at a good price. Swedish company also has some success with that. This thing, but a part of that whole revolution of tennis designer. So I really felt like it's such good furniture that it needs to be in the market. More people need to be able to experience how great these furnitures actually are. And I want to start with you here, Casper. How did you guys come about selecting which pieces to D archive in Malay mentioned the lamp there which hadn't ever been made before, but obviously there are other pieces. What was the selection process around that? I think it's a good collaboration in between the company, the families, and of course the producer and tradition. We started out with the most iconic piece, the AX chair and the next year, which is for me the most iconic pieces of furniture that they made. So that's how the conversation started. And then looking at some of the other pieces that were most, of course, most relevant in the market. Can we make enough for the market? So I think we looked at some of the archive and together with the tradition. We selected the first items that came in the market. The dining chair and some of the more standout pieces like the dining table, which is foldable, which is completely fantastic piece of furniture, and then the pinwheel table, which is not something you see from any other brands. So I think we needed to find something differentiate from some of the other design companies and which wasn't something that was that you could buy from someone else. Of course, a dining chair is something you can buy from a lot of other brands, but this is for me more aesthetic piece of dining chair. Building on that and on the selection there, you talked about having this, I guess, reverence for your grandfather's work and I guess his approach to design. How do you work with your family's design heritage? How do you maybe how do you balance heritage with, I guess, a forward looking approach? Because really, that's what I imagine you have to be with this as well. I think, first of all, humbleness. I would say really an understanding of what they came from and what their visions were with the design. And yeah, I would say the good thing about the science is that they're very iconic for their time, but they're also very everlasting in their design. So I don't feel that we have to go in and reshape or modernize our heritage. So it's more about, of course, we can introduce new fabrics, which is a really nice way to have new collaborations, also with newer designers, but in that way I feel it's mark in the time that we are now where we can find it relevant in I would say also personally in the projects that I'm doing and newly decide projects that I'm doing a restaurant at the moment. But I've just introduced them to the drone chair. And to have this combination of sitting in new design in a framework and then having this chair with such a heritage and storytelling and I feel that it is very unique. It's a good balance of taking an old story and putting it into a new country, especially respecting

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"goya" Discussed on Monocle 24: Section D

Monocle 24: Section D

03:20 min | 4 months ago

"goya" Discussed on Monocle 24: Section D

"Paper bay often has a little bit of a muted palette. You know, you don't have the bright green which you have in the car. You have a green which is probably called forest or something, and then it's a little off. And I mean, none of the colors in the building are run of the mill, except the white. Everything is kind of my own tone. The artists work doesn't end on the external shape of the building, but extends to the interiors too. From designing tables, a circular entertaining space to door handles. It gave me a lot of license to do things and explore materials, collaborations. Lights in murano, how often do you do that? And how is it made? Look at the process, look at the possibilities, the restraints of that. It's that was all it's the fun of the whole project. And I have these kind of ideas of chairs, which are little too low, tables which are little too long. But this really endless long table is I thought this is very funny, and this is not mass production. So a lot of care went in there and probably you don't want to have this at home. But for this extravaganza I thought it would be a good little detour to do. All these kinds of tropes about this design, why you have to do that and why you have to do this. I even thought about the white leather on the surface of the table and then we tried it out and of course immediately somebody drove with a pencil something on it and you can't get it off. Otherwise I would have had white leather on the table with fantastic. But these things like I wanted to kind of try out things as much as I can and this is a test case. This is not a utopian proposition. This is not for everyday use, and that's good. That's exactly what it should be. If somebody says, oh, yeah, no. Luxurious position to do that, I would say yes, exactly. That's what it is. It's a luxurious proposition, and we can do it. And we don't have to live in there. For demand ensuring that a sense of playfulness was retained, was of utmost importance. He was keen to move away from anything that felt too corporate or austere. This is not a hobby place. This is not about table tennis or something. It should be productive, and it should bring something to the existing structures which they don't provide, which is the sense of uniqueness, a memorable place of an experience when you come home and two weeks later you still ask you how did it look like and you can probably still say, oh yeah, it was like this sentence, which is not the case with a normal corporate building really. I think we need more follies, but there's a big part in architecture which is basically the temporary proposition. Even the certain time pavilion for instance, you know, it's there, you remember that all of them, but you don't need to have them all the way around. That playfulness, it doesn't have to last. It

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"goya" Discussed on Monocle 24: Section D

Monocle 24: Section D

04:19 min | 4 months ago

"goya" Discussed on Monocle 24: Section D

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"goya" Discussed on Monocle 24: Section D

Monocle 24: Section D

06:46 min | 4 months ago

"goya" Discussed on Monocle 24: Section D

"So driving power, it's color. It's where I start from every time I build a collection, it's playful. And then I would say artistic because we do everything in-house like all prints and all fabrics are all made within the house of us. I think what is quite significant for us is that actually when I hear people wearing our clothes, they all say that they get a lot of comments when they wear us because they are standing out a bit in the streets because it is you have to be quite sort of in a way brave to put it on because it's what would you say? It has a lot of great attention. Yeah. Maybe that's a good way to put it. So attention colorful seeking clothes, but also they still do represent a lot of the Scandinavian ethos and the Danish ethos right. How does living in Copenhagen and the overall ethos of Denmark around design inform what you do even if the aesthetic is more of a standout aesthetic than what we might traditionally associate with Scandinavia. I think in a way the playfulness, the openness of combining different colors, I think when you live in a country like Denmark where you are quite safe and where you have educational possibilities and background within the creative world that you definitely learn that you can do quite a lot and it's okay and I think this safe and open way of living I think it also inspires you to utilize it in a way or to try to experiment and find your own way and I think it creates this creative culture also, of course we have creative environment in Denmark. Which is very much also supported from government and from private companies. So I think there is a quite healthy, creative environment in Denmark, of course, it can be better or worse and there will be people telling us that it's not true, but I think overall and compared to situations in many other countries, I think it's one of the special things. So Copenhagen is quite, I would say a smaller, creative community, many of us know each other and I like to collaborate within also other industries and fashion. So at the moment we are working quite a lot with an architect company called speaking and ex with creating our identities for the show and the way that we work together across both fashion and kind of spatial design is quite interesting. And I think we have a very beautiful way of understanding each other and coming to a point where we actually create something completely new together. And I think this is a goodly way into your exciting London store opening as well because I know that you have some interesting collaborators for the interiors in the design of that store as well. So tell me a little bit about how you created the concept of the store who your collaborators were. We started creating a new visual identity for us about. A year ago, we are working with a creative studio from Sweden. It's called vang and solas time. They have created our LEGO retail designs. And the way that they work has been really interesting for us because it was really important for us to use materials that were the most sustainable versions that we could use. And they managed to actually create and find things that are the best that we could manage to find in within our kind of levels of being the most responsible as possible. That's its interesting again, you know, to find somebody who is actually not architects. They are more demo designers into different areas of doing interior design or objects or and they haven't tried to build a space from scratch and of course we haven't tried that either. We did our own shop, our first shop together, but taking to the next level, understanding how important it is that it's also functional in a special way when you want to kind of make more stores. I think the stores and the store that we are opening very soon in London, I think it's very different from the first order that we opened up. We changed the material we use. We changed the color. It has become a lot more bright. Before it was more warm, we used brass, now we're using aluminium and it's a lot of fun to work together with people that you respect a lot, creating something specific and I think it's maybe also true to the way we in general are working. I think if you respect each other in the different areas of art or architecture or fashion, I think everybody finds it energising to combine their thoughts with other thoughts and create something new from that. Instead of being very kind of locked into your own aesthetic, what is important when we find the people that we want to work with is that they have a strong understanding of colors. Or curious about the way we work with colors, which is often an opening for a collaboration that you are curious about the other part. How they work, how they actually create their art or aesthetic. Which is a very nice starting point being curious and open. And tell me also, I mean, as the brand is growing now, is it important to have this physical spaces and keep investing in brick and mortar retail? Whether it is in London or in other markets

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"goya" Discussed on Monocle 24: Section D

Monocle 24: Section D

01:50 min | 4 months ago

"goya" Discussed on Monocle 24: Section D

"Subscribe to Monaco magazine today for a monthly read on big ideas, smart solutions, and to support our independent journalism, expect immaculate print and a common sense take on the world, told with wit and wisdom. Head to Monaco dot com forward slash subscribe for more. This is monocle on design, a show where we unpack everything from architecture and craft to furniture and fashion. I'm Nick manis. Today's program is a Danish special. Fashion designer stena Goya joins us in the studio ahead of her new store opening in London. We visit a folly that appears to be made of paper, and hear from two designers helping revive their families heritage designs with the help of and tradition. All that, coming up on monocle on design. Stena Goya's namesake label is known for its vibrant palette of bold colors and prints. Launched in Copenhagen

"goya" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

77WABC Radio

02:06 min | 4 months ago

"goya" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

"Love end. On 77 W ABC. Bill O'Reilly here and here comes the 12th killing book, killing the legends, the lethal danger of celebrity, Elvis, John Lennon, Muhammad Ali, all had one thing in common. They lost control of their lives, and that led to their deaths. Killing the legends, the latest in the most successful nonfiction book series of all time. Available wherever books are sold. Paid for by Saint Martin's press. We tried dynamite for gut health and immune support, and after a couple of weeks, our little gizmo was acting like a puppy again. His coat was shinier, he had a lot less scratching and shedding and he seemed like his happy old self. My dog smelled and scratched constantly. He bathed and sprayed her, took her to the vet, but no results. Now, a little dynamite in her food helps violet keep her beautiful coat with no scratching, or smell. Get 10% off your next order of dynamite nutritional supplements for dogs and dino bit dot com. Happier, healthier with every bite over a million pets helped with dyno bites. If you want to gather and impress all those friends that you haven't seen since prom follow these instructions, open a can of Goya tomato sauce, appreciate its thickness. Start cooking some authentic tinga tacos and enjoy the unmatched flavor. Goya's Spanish style tomato sauce seasoned with a secret blend of Latin spices, so delicious that you might even feel as good as you did in high school. These tinker tacos are amazing. Wow, I feel like I'm in Mexico. Find it in the Goya section of your local grocery store. If it's Goya, it has to be good. Hi everybody, it's your customers. First, open the can of going into tomato sauce. Then I want you to take a moment to appreciate its thickness next. Start cookies almost Antigua tacos and enjoy the unmatched flavor. Going to Spanish style for me to suspect seasoned with a secret blend of Latin spices that you might even feel as good as you did. Find it in the Goya section and look for this and other amazing recipes at Goya dot com. Cousins, if it's Goya, it has to

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Biden's DOJ Is Knowingly Disrupting Mike Lindell's Five Businesses

Mike Gallagher Podcast

01:43 min | 5 months ago

Biden's DOJ Is Knowingly Disrupting Mike Lindell's Five Businesses

"They did. They asked him about election integrity. They asked him about, I guess, a case in Denver, they asked him about people, he's Friends with. And it turns out Denver FBI spokeswoman Vicki ma Goya issued a statement saying in part without commenting on this specific matter, I can confirm that the FBI was at that location executing a search warrant authorized by a federal judge. Lindell went on to explain that after they asked him questions, the FBI agents confiscated his cell phone. There's cut three, guys. He goes, we're taking your cell phone. We have a warrant for your cell phone. I go, no, I said my whole company, I run 5 companies off that. I don't have a computer. My hearing aids run off this. Everything runs off my phone. I said, and then I said, if I don't give it to you, will you arrest me then? And I'm just, you know, I'm going, are you kidding me? You're not getting my phone. Well, they got his phone. And they're scrambling at my pillow because Mike's a little bit old school. He doesn't have a bunch of computers. He does run the company using his cell phone. He runs 5 companies using the cell phone. A cell phone that now the FBI and the Justice Department, Biden's Justice Department is disseminating

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"goya" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

77WABC Radio

01:45 min | 10 months ago

"goya" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

"Goya paella It's all in the box This paella is a traditional Spanish dish made with premium seafood and Valencia type rice This short greed absorbs liquid and flavor quickly and stays relatively firm during cooking It's perfect to prepare this classic dish ready in three easy steps infinite possibilities endless deliciousness sometimes thinking inside the box just makes more sense Go your rice mixes makes your life easier and more delicious You find them in the Goya section of your store Learn more about the going your rice mixes at gallia dot com dozens if it's Goya it has to be good 77 WABC sports celebrating 100 years from the World Series in 1921 To Howard go sell Hello again everyone how it goes out And now 77 WABC sports is on Instagram All the news all the stories all the action follow at 77 WABC sports 77 Chalk radio 77 WABC came to America when he was 6 months old He started as a stock boy at the grocery store Eventually he owned it He turned it into the biggest grocery store chain in New York City He now owns a real estate company with over $2 billion Are you ready for mayor of New York City He almost won You can't make this story yet This is the cat's round table with John catsimatidis They come to America good.

"goya" Discussed on Vote-Voiced Podcast

Vote-Voiced Podcast

07:27 min | 1 year ago

"goya" Discussed on Vote-Voiced Podcast

"Of milk, two, whole cloves, now if you do not have a whole cloves, you can use grounded clothes. Send a pinch of cinnamon, one cup of heavy cream, one teaspoon of nutmeg, one and one half teaspoon of vanilla egg extract, okay, you got two tablespoons of bourbon if you're gonna separate that, okay? Remember going to make two versions one with the bourbon one without because you have to give some to the children. Two tablespoons of rum if you want to, okay, just mix the bourbon and rum. Remember that is for the adults. You can use egg whites if you want to instead of the egg yolks. Now you're gonna how are you gonna make this? You're gonna beat your egg yolks, okay? You're gonna add your sugar and a large bowl, you're gonna use a whisk, okay? Or anything you want to use. Whisk a mixer, you gotta beat your egg yolks. Okay, and two until they are kind of light in color. Okay, then you're gonna add in your sugar and what you're gonna do is you're gonna continue to whip that up, okay? And you're gonna do that until it's fluffy. The sugar and the eggs. Now, next you're gonna heat your milk with your cinnamon and your clothes. You're gonna put your milk, your clothes, and your cinnamon, and a nice thick saucepan. And you're gonna slowly heat that to medium heat until the milk until the milk is steamy, hot, but you don't want it to boil. Okay, you're gonna add the eggs and slowly, okay? Adding half of the hot milk into the eggs, you're gonna whisk that while you add the hot mixture, okay? And then as you get that your whipping and mixing, you're gonna pour it in back into the saucepan. Now you're gonna cook that until the egg nog thickens. Now you're gonna cook the eggnog on medium heat. You're gonna stir it constantly. Okay, with a wooden spoon, okay? Until that mixture becomes thick and a little bit and it coats the back of the spoon. Now if you have a thermometer, you can use that. And then you want to cook that eggnog into this one 60 Fahrenheit. Now, you do not want to make let this mixture boil because you don't want to curdle it. Okay, now if it curdles. Okay, you might be able to fix that by putting it in a blender. But let's just watch it to make sure it doesn't curdle. Now you're gonna remove that from the heat and stir in the cream. Now, you have to strain it and chill it. Now you're gonna strain it through, you can use a mesh strainer, okay? That's if you use whole cloves, okay? And you want to strain it anyway. And any of the other little bits that may have formed, you want to strain that. You can do that with cheesecloth, or with your strainer, okay? Now you're gonna let the mixture cool for an hour. After that, after it's cooled. Okay, you're going to stir in the vanilla extract, the nutmeg and for the adults, okay, you're going to put in the bourbon and the rum. Don't forget that you're going to have to separate the children's portion, okay? That's how you do that. And you're going to let that chill. Now let's say you're going to use egg whites. Let's talk about what you need to do for the egg whites. Now, you're going to beat the egg whites until they become soft and half peaks. You're going to add a tea a teaspoon of sugar and combine that to beat until they reach a stiff peak, okay? So that's what you're going to do with the egg whites. And you're going to put that into the eggnog. Okay? Just be careful with everything that you're doing, okay? Remember that you can remember you're dealing with eggs, so you just want to make sure you know you have everything clean, everything cooled, all right? Now, if you want to reheat your eggnog, all right? You just heat it until it reaches a 160°. You don't want it to boil. You remove that from the heat and let it cool. A little bit and then you can heat that and you can drink that warm, okay? So there you go for homemade eggnog. Now for those of you who aren't gonna have homemade eggnog, you can just go into store and buy your eggnog, right? And also, you can find sometimes in the store, your Puerto Rican coconut ignore and so sorry forgive me. I can't pronounce it, but I'm gonna spell it so that you will know what to look for inside the store and it spells sea oq, you ITO, that's the Puerto Rican coconut eggnog. Now you can make it, okay? And what you need to do to make this is you need one, 14 ounce can of sweetened condensed milk. You need one, 15 ounce can of cream of coconut. Okay, and Goya makes that. Or whatever brand you want to use. You need one, 12 ounce can of evaporated milk. And one, 13 and a half ounce can of coconut milk. You need two teaspoons of vanilla, okay? If you're gonna use your vanilla bean, okay, that goes even with the eggnog. You know how to just have to split it and seed it. You need two whole cinnamon sticks. A half a teaspoon of nutmeg and you're gonna put ramen in this for the adults. If you want to just one or two cups of rum and you're gonna need for garnish and that's up to you some nutmeg or.

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"goya" Discussed on Live Happy Now

Live Happy Now

05:56 min | 1 year ago

"goya" Discussed on Live Happy Now

"Welcome to episode three hundred thirty one of live happy now. What if you could live in a house without any grumbling even if you have teenagers. I'm your host paula phelps. And this week. I'm talking to two women. Learn how to create a grumble. Free life amy parker and tricia goya are both moms and authors and they teamed up for the new children's book the grumbles a story about gratitude it's based on tristesse own experience with challenging her family to live grumble for year and this week. They're here to tell us how this became a book. And how you can use gratitude to lose the grumbles. Amy and tricia welcome to live happy. Now thank you for having us. This is fun well first of all. We don't normally get to people at the same time so this is awesome like it's a. It's like a bogo for yeah. It's fun for us to. Yeah well i gotta say this is such a cute book and i understand that. It grew out of the book that tricia row which was called the grumble for year. So i guess to get started. You wanna tell us about that book. Yeah absolutely and the grumble. Free year is a book that i wrote a couple of years ago and we had eleven people in our house so my husband and i have adopted seven kids. My grandma lives with us too. We have older kids out of the house but we had so much grumbling in the house that we knew we had to do something so we took on the challenge of trying to go year without grumbling which really we were. Just trying to improve. I knew it would be possible to completely go without grumbling but we told the kids we would take them on a cruise if they worked on it we had to give them some incentive. So you know it was like the cheapest crews ever but it worked because they were willing to work on it and the first three or four months. I'm like this is crazy. Nothing's changing but slowly over the tie the more we focus on gratitude the more i started praising them when they started doing it right the more. I saw a huge improvement in them during that time. My grandma actually broke her back and it was. We were carrying for her but she was the best example of being grateful for us loving on her and carrying for her. During that time it really was an example for us so by the end of the year. We are definitely better. And so out of that. I ended up talking with amy. I was on her podcast. And she's like the grumbles. I could this as a children's back and that's where the girls came from or that is terrific. And how did you go about. Implementing a process to become less grumbly. Because you know that's something that really comes natural to us to be able to complain about things. So how do you set like a a measurement. Or how do you implement a program to not grumble. Yeah well the first thing we did is. We sat down and explained. What grumbling is. It's not just the words. I had four teenage girls in the house at the time. So i'm like it's the eye rolls..

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"goya" Discussed on The Mini-Break

The Mini-Break

04:33 min | 1 year ago

"goya" Discussed on The Mini-Break

"Thirty five winners against forty five unforced winters but the big number here go joe which goya which it's excuse me thirty winners against eighty four on four stairs credit to him for realising in sets one sets three and throughout the course of match while i'm not gonna win baseline exchanges with alcoa's. He had to take the ball early. On the rise incorporate the servant bali he was twenty seven forty. Two at the net in this match certainly took his chances. Which by the way. He's playing with house money. That's exactly what you have to do at this stage. You are him at the same time you know. He has that funky eastern forehand grip. He wants to take that ball. On the rise hit flat down the line news your topspin redirected at times when he was able to time His forehand correctly used the alcatraz topspin to really bunt down on his own ball. There are times when he cracked for where you're like. Whoa this guy is frigging ridiculous. And there are some volleys. He had just his feel around the cord again. This he plays. He played well in this match. He played smart. He had to take chances had to be aggressive because he wasn't going to win. A baseline fair but again that out grass can impose his physicality make it a baseline affair and then just dominate down the home stretch of sets four and five speaks to the development of where he's at i wax poetically about his game. A how effective. It just honestly incredible. That forehand already is for outcries. So i won't do that for you all again but he was. That sensational wants more five. Seven six one five seven six two six victory to advance to his first grand slam quarterfinal of course again felix obviously has been a part of our lives for awhile now. He just turned twenty one years old. And for the twenty one year old back to back quarterfinals act grand slams you look for felix. He becomes the youngest player since one. Martine del potrero at age twenty in two thousand nine to advance two consecutive grand slam quarterfinals..

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"goya" Discussed on The Playbook

The Playbook

05:31 min | 1 year ago

"goya" Discussed on The Playbook

"Oh yeah what. Plus one you're going to go to mars. Jupiter you're gonna go to jupiter the sun. Yeah yamagata all different galaxy on on and on and once you should your mindset to the possibility probability. The bigger question will put the circle by faces. These are all theoretical great mindset. Things are heart set things which is attached to the emotion the energy motion. But the real trick is to remind remember. Recollect that we live at the speed of light and so those who benefit the most that live with the ability to make a lot of money help a lot of people and how fun are the ones that can take every possibility become inspired and make it a probability but also know how to use strategy discipline in awareness to take that visit board of an inspiration of the dream house that you have in material is it through discipline. Strategy and awareness actually take a higher by rating thought this vision and materialize it to actually slow it down into a form that exists here at the speed of light. That to me is where. I am focused on helping people because look you can sit at home. I you broke sick on your mom's couch all you want dreaming about the ferrari but if you really wanna ferrari you've gotta be able to have discipline strategy and awareness in order to effect down into the speed of light so you actually can drive that car and really try to help. People with is the blend between that speed of thought in the light. I thought all you have to do is sip and think about your ferrari. Doesn't that happen only in the secret only the secret variety in my garage one last afternoon law laws not working at hold on hold on on you guys is not working in for ferrari ferrari for a there yet. That's the law. Goya baby the law of wishful thinking. Not that doesn't listen. I like wishful thinking. I like vision boards in a. I like big bold ideas but on this blue planet. Okay on this blue plan. Maybe somewhere else materializes on another planet that we are the acted discover on this blue planet. You better match your vision. Your your mind..

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"goya" Discussed on The Playbook

The Playbook

05:26 min | 1 year ago

"goya" Discussed on The Playbook

"I don't believe in the law of attraction. I believe in the law of goya and i thought he was the law attraction guy he was the vision board guy from the movie the secret and became a close friend of mine but when he told me that the law goya says get off your ass now he was talking my language..

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Learn Who to Boycott and Support

Mark Levin

00:53 sec | 1 year ago

Learn Who to Boycott and Support

"BDs movements. Boycotting is something the American Marxists and their allies and surrogates have been doing for decades. We must push back in fact. They have greatly ramped up these activities in recent years. Moreover, you should support economically companies that are targeted by refused that came to these mob tactics by purchasing their products and services. For example, one, Goya's CEO said supportive words about President Trump. His company was boycotted by the Marxist Brigades. But the pushback by patriotic Americans was sift swift and profound, who rallied to the company's A by purchasing so many Goya products. The store shelves were cleared. That's the power you have. Lesson learned is that in addition to personally And collective boycotting companies. We must support pro American companies

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City residents use maps to fight inequality in their neighborhoods

Climate Connections

01:12 min | 2 years ago

City residents use maps to fight inequality in their neighborhoods

"Some city neighborhoods are lush with parks and trees but others are dominated by stretches of concrete and pavement areas with fewer trees to provide shade less vegetation to soak up water. They tend to be hotter. They tend to be wetter. They tend to have worse air quality. Caitlyn goya's with groundwork usa a network of environmental justice organizations. She says these disparities result from decades of disinvestment and redlining racist mortgage lending policies that reinforce segregation and worsened inequality groundwork is helping residents in nine cities highlight the relationship between historical segregation and climate change vulnerability without a really clear understanding of the harms. That have happened in the past. You can't have a vision for the future and for how you're going to repair that harm. The group overlaid maps of historical redlining with data about heat tree cover an impermeable surfaces. Mongolia says the map. Show how the impacts of red lining persist and provide an important tool for local residents to sit down with their local government with elected officials with leaders in their community. And say you need to explain why this is still the case. And you need to explain what you're going to do to make things look a little bit different

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"goya" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

WCBM 680 AM

04:48 min | 2 years ago

"goya" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

"Wait. I mean, that's a changing changing a chance. Now he did that I would have to say that Probably, uh, that Tina Turner, but you're close. It's Aretha Frank. Okay, rethought E. I was awake. I got points for that. Chris got points. Absolutely. Britain in 1967 0. Wow. Yeah, it was originally written for Otis Redding. And they gave it to, uh, re brief reason. Rock that one. Yeah, she sure did. It was always complained that she stole a song. Well, he's sitting on the dock of the bay still with me. They passed away. Wait 1969 only sighing or sitting on the dock of the bay, didn't he? He did saying that. You know who I say. I know, saying that when I was in high school, Montel Williams At the talent show. Is that right? Yes, He's a year older than I am. He's saying that in North Plan Elementary, and he was sick and sixth grade. Oh, say, sitting on the dock of the Bay by Otis Redding Song to some pretty good Anyway. You know what Goya Foods? Yes, the Spanish Mexican brand food Well, Goya President and CEO Bob Dylan and we named Alexandria. Okay, Sea of Cortez, his employee of the month. Because she called for a boycott of Goya foods because of the fact she called for a national boycott because, uh, Mr Yue Nan, we, um, likes Donald Trump. And he said Donald Trump has done a great job and after he said that, OK, see Cortez went on YouTube and she says what she called for a national boycott as a result. His sales of the sales of growing food went up 1000% on what is it that so thanks to a KCIA Cortez 1000%, and I just started buying Goya Foods that thanks to okay, CIA, Cortez. So Mr Unanimity says that AOC is one of the first people to boycott Goya and go against her own people, he said she's just Naive when it comes to, uh what she believes the people how many people support her. Did the neighbor employee of the month he named her employee of the month? There you go anywhere we're talking about. How The over 19 Chinese covered 19 virus, but it helps to prepare you for what? Not all bad help to prepare you a little bit for retirement, and we're gonna discuss that in today's show. What a lot down some retirement have in common. What if you had the ability to do a test run for one of life's month? Most important milestones retirement. This pandemic has been just that in more ways than one. Families, schools and businesses have all been left feeling whiplashed by the effect by the efforts of government officials as a closed three open, re close open aspect. Our economy in our daily lives are Kind of. Yeah, kind of in a tizzy, aren't they? Really? I mean, look at Baltimore City. Now you can't all the restaurants were shut down. I think they're going to carry out. That's about all they could do. We saw how well that worked for him right now. Yeah, I know a lot of your city, the same old, same old. Let's face it, But the global pandemic has tested our true grit and so many levels as a nation and economy. It's also a shining spotlight for many areas where we got it. Good job at preparing for retirement and some areas. Mother may still need some work. As the saying goes, the show must go on. Those goes on the good news if you're not retired yet. There's still some time to make some changes. If you're just joining us, we're sharing ways that the Chinese covert pandemic may actually improve your planning for retirement through chaos. Sometimes our blessings in disguise this year is no exception. You maybe finding yourself working on various home projects. Taking on new hobbies are reviving old ones during the lockdown. What has been your experience. Maybe the initial thought of a wide open schedule and an unplanned day sounded exciting, but it turned out to be unfulfilling and boring. Or maybe it was having that depends. When everybody's different. Everybody. Everyone enjoys different things. But figuring out what to do with the extra time that you're gonna have during retirement and to live a purposeful and meaningful life is just as important as figuring out How you gonna allocate your money? But good news is that retirement planning doesn't have to be complex. In fact, the less complex I think the better and that's because Mork and go wrong When you have a portfolio with too many moving parts..

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"goya" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

01:55 min | 2 years ago

"goya" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Flag blasting music from cars. People are singing on top of floats. It just makes my heart feel so warm to see so many people filled with so much pride for their homeland. That year. The parade was different for Isabel and many other Puerto Rican Invisible, joined in. I think the main thing was people saying you're going to you're an iconic symbol for the Puerto Rican community. Like how could you leave like? How could you drop out of this? For Isabel Goya pulling out of this parade led to a larger realization about the company's role in her life. Goya was more than just a pantry staple. For her. It was a means to make these dishes that feel like home and find families together. As an artist and photographer. She turned to art as a way of processing. What happened at the 2017 parade? It led to this entire photography series called Tana. Consider Boy Emma transiting to it has to be good. Goya's most popular marketing slogan. At first Can I kiss her boy that looks like a colorful trying to Goya with canned vegetables and go your prayer candles laid out on an altar of banana leaves, but you have to look closer and see what Isabel is really doing here. She dug through hundreds of negatives of old photographs of her family. She selected photos like a black and white portrait of her mother's first Communion and Puerto Rico. This weathered Early colored photograph of her aunts and grade school, posing on a playground in front of a tenement building in the Bronx. She took these precious heirlooms and neatly reprinted them onto the labels of Goya cans. So at first,.

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"goya" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

01:49 min | 2 years ago

"goya" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"John David Washington in this romantic drama that test the strength of their love after revelations about their relationship surface on Netflix, February 5th. W N. Y c independent journalism in the public interest, 93.9 FM and AM a 20 NPR News and the New York conversation. Sure. Welcome back to Latino USA. I'm Maria Hinojosa. And when we left off, a group of immigrant workers at Gloria's factory in Miami challenged Goya's carefully crafted narrative of leg din Familia Korea. Which means the Grand Goya family and Gabrielle is going to pick up the story from here. His factory in Miami Dade County was a pillar for the food company. It's supplied Goya products to the major grocery stores throughout the state of Florida. On the wall of the large Miami warehouse. There was a painting that red A grand familiar Goya. Hooters. Oy, You know, whoever millennial the Grand Goya family together now and in the new millennium, it was painted and Goya's large signature blue lettering. Adolfo Chavez, a truck driver who worked for Goya for nearly a decade was part of this family. At least he thought he was. My name is Rodolfo Charvis Hum Oriana from Nicaragua left Nicaragua in 1984. We'd also came to the United States when he was 17. Maria, His high school sweetheart from Nicaragua eventually joined him in California, and they got married. After five years, Rodolfo, his wife and their baby daughter drove from Los Angeles to Miami and search of better job opportunities. We.

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"goya" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

01:42 min | 2 years ago

"goya" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Hi, Maria. So gravity will tell us what happened that you were like I need to spend some more time thinking about Goya food products. And that this lead you down a kind of rabbit hole. So Maria before the boycott, I had no idea who the union my family was. I grew up with Goya beans but didn't know or never really thought about how this company became a symbol of Latino identity in the U. S. Clearly it wasn't about how much people love their beans or a double. It was something much deeper than that. Goya evokes emotions for many Latinos. In researching Goya. I found three separate boycotts spanning decades where Goya's carefully crafted image as a symbol of Latino identity was thrown into question. One in Miami, one in New York in Puerto Rico and the other one from the summer. And together they helped Helen not so rosy story about this powerful company. But before I jump in It's important understand the history of the brand and how the United Way family used their immigrant background to craft their business image. Okay, so we know that Goya was founded in the 19 thirties by the imprudence. You do not know him and his wife, Catalina, and don't prevents your was actually a merchant from Spain. Right. He arrived in Puerto Rico from Spain, and 1902 then moved to the United States and started a small business in New York City importing goods from Spain. That business eventually became Goya Foods. Robert you non way. Goya's current CEO often tells his grandfather's story. He missed taste from home, and he had an idea that other immigrants also miss taste from home. Don Prudencio started importing goods like olive.

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Goya In Three Boycotts

Latino USA

06:10 min | 2 years ago

Goya In Three Boycotts

"Goya is a giant in the united states. Food industry today. The company is worth over one billion dollars and employs over four thousand people in dozens of factories throughout the country and abroad. It's also a staple in latino homes across the us. Pino is a huge part of goya's consumer base after goya foods. Ceo robert hunan away spoke in the white house rose garden last summer. Producer governor elevator be realized. She had a lot of questions about the brand receiving. All of this attention gabardine started digging into goya itself. The family behind the brand and some of the past controversies that the company has weathered through governors reporting. She discovered a common theme repeating itself over the years. Something bigger than any single news. Headline goya is more than pantry. Staples and spices to its customers. Specifically it's latino customers for many that the united latina's goya is like a badge of identity. So that's a pretty tall order for a company a gabby and welcome to the show. Hi maria so tell us what happened that you were like I need to spend some more time thinking about goya food products and that this led you down a rabbit hole so yeah before the boycott i had no idea who the union-wide family was. I grew up with goya beans but didn't know or never really thought about how. This company became a symbol of latino identity in the us. Clearly it wasn't about how much people love their beans adobo. It was something much deeper than that. Goya evoke emotions for many latinos and in researching goya. I found three separate boycotts spanning decades. Were goya's carefully crafted. Image as a symbol of latino identity was thrown into question. One in miami. One in new york and puerto rico and the other one from the summer and together. They helped not so rosy story about this powerful company. But before i jump in. It's important to understand. The history of the brand in how the unanimous family used their immigrant background to craft their business image. Okay so we know that. Goya was founded in the nineteen thirties. By on prudence your own anway and his wife catalina and don't pull. The nco was actually a merchant from spain right. He arrived in puerto rico from spain and nineteen o two then moved to the united states and started a small business in new york city importing goods from spain. That business eventually became goya foods rubber yunan way goya's currency. Eeo often tells his grandfather's story he mistakes from home and he. He had an idea that other immigrants also mistake from home done. Prudencio started importing goods like olive oil and other hand fish products to his shop on the lower east side serving the spanish emigrant community but then ends up being really Latino brand for the entire population. I mean it grows and this is their primary. Customers are latinos and latinas. So tell us the story of how don't do the answer becomes so successful in expanding this business after world war two. Us factory owners took advantage of the depression in puerto rico to outsource cheap labor from the island and in the span of just one year the puerto rican population in new york city nearly quadrupled from thirteen thousand to over fifty thousand people. I spoke with puerto rican food historian professor crews miguel ortiz quadra. About how you non capitalized on this. Migration wave to grow his business. The political and economical racial love voting Rico in the nineteen forties. These open a huge door Success of goya foods huntington bank element with Habits was historic. Make no mistake immigrant himself or not. I know that this big i migrated would throw with. Its foot my maurice food memories. I mean that's a great concept right this notion of you know eating rice and beans as a kid or or you know making fresh tamales over the holidays with your family. I mean there is this thing memories and we all have them yeah. It's this idea. That food is personal. Professor ortiz quadra often refers to this term food or palate memories. I coined the term in his book eating puerto rico and he uses this concept to describe the intimate bond with food formed by cultural and historical practices. So this idea that the food we eat reflects our values choices and culture and its central and understanding. Goya's rise so more. Puerto ricans moved into new york city and there was the experience of racism and xenophobia. That a lot of outside communities experience puerto ricans are not immigrants right because they're just moving from one part of the united states to another part of the united states but as it was in new york city that wasn't welcoming to many puerto ricans that increases the need for food to be a place where you find solace and comfort right exactly for this. Oh so important. If can't trace you back to your homeland the To the homeland and to the foot try and so forth in the diaspora done prudencio. Continue to build goya. The city's growing emigrant community from latin america. He knew that capitalizing on food memories was a powerful business strategy.

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"goya" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

WCBM 680 AM

02:40 min | 2 years ago

"goya" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

"A. Now more from Raj Singh it wait. I mean, that's a change. Change. Change a champ. Now who did that? I would have to say That's probably that Tina Turner, but you're close. It's Aretha Franklin. OK, Gretha e got appointment. I got points for that. Chris got points. Absolutely. Britain in 1967 0. Wow. Yeah, it was originally written for Otis Redding. And they gave it to a re brief of reason. Rock that one. She sure did. Oh, that's always complained that she stole a song. Well, he's sitting on the dock of the bay still with me. They passed away. Wait back in 1969 when he signed up sitting on the dock of the bay, didn't he? He did saying that you know who I said, you know, saying that when I was in high school, who Montel Williams at the talent show. Is that right? Yes, He's a year older than I am. He's saying that North Plan all men tree and he was sick and sixth grade. Oh, say, sitting on the dock of the Bay by Otis Redding Song to some pretty good Anyway, you know Goya Foods. Yes, a Spanish Mexican brand food Well, Goya president and CEO Bob Dylan and we named Alexandria Okay Sea of Cortez, his employee of the month because she called for a boycott of Goya Foods. Because of the fact she called for a national boycott because, uh, Mr Yue Nan, we, um, likes Donald Trump. And he said Donald Trump has done a great job and after he said that, OK, see, Cortez went on YouTube and she says she called for a national boycott as a result. His sales of the sales of Goya. Food went up 1000% on what is it? That's so thanks to a Casey, of course, does 1000% and I was started buying Goya Foods are thanks to okay, CIA Cortez. So Mr Unanimity says that AOC is one of the first people to boycott Goya. And go against her of people. He said. She is just naive when it comes to what she believes the people how many people support her. What did you name her employee of the month he named her employee of the month. There you go. Anyway, we're talking about How The proven 19 Chinese Covert 19 virus, Right helps to prepare you for what? Not all bad help to prepare you a little bit for retirement, and we're gonna discuss that in today's show. What a lock downs and retirement have in common..

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Are you ok? How are you dealing with lock down life?

The Emma Guns Show

05:42 min | 2 years ago

Are you ok? How are you dealing with lock down life?

"Hello, and welcome to another episode of the gun show. I am your host. Am I gonNA wardner? Shall we go through some bullet points? It's mid week episode say why not and these bullet points focus on? Are you? Okay And I'm asking this question. Because early on in the year when things all over the world and I know that we have listeners everywhere. Things will really uncertain all over the globe and we were going into lockdown and covid nineteen was new and completely unknown and we were we were checking in with each other a lot we checked in with each other on this podcast over on instagram where I met him guns over in the facebook group the link to join us in the show notes. And I speak for myself. But I definitely found easing into lockdown easier than easing out I found the implementation of strict guidelines to be rigid framework within which I could work and understanding that these are rules that needed to be followed. I've felt pretty comfortable adapting to them. It felt like these the rules this is what you've got to stick to. You know I can do that, and admittedly it was probably easier for someone like me who worked to themselves works mostly from home and lives alone have dependents or anyone else that I have to really worry about me. So look down life wasn't really a world away from my regular life and my work and social literally went online and I used to face to face. I, started to do on video calls however. Easing out and picking up the pace again has definitely not been a smooth which made me wonder how you're dealing with it and yes. It might be great villas. They were all easing back into something that resembles what used to be normal but these are really big changes that we're dealing with and navigating for the first time so I ask you again all you. Okay. And that seriously in very genuinely because it's a question that we ask each other often. But how many times you honest when you answer how often do you instinctively reply I'm fine. Thank you or good. Thanks. How are you just immediately deflecting it putting onto the other person without even really checking in with how you feel that how many times have you ask someone? Hey, how are you are you? Can you find McCain however you and you realize that you're on the third round of asking so the how how you doing? October a few times. Maybe it's just me no paying attention anyway. So the concept of being. Okay. Why this stems from, this comes from a psychologist Thomas Thomas Harris and in therapy focuses on rather than a place of perfection. Place of what's comfortable what feels good enough so it prompted me to think well, what does okay feel like obviously, it's going to feel different for everybody. But if you era to for no good reason, if you're short tempered judgmental, perhaps you're feeling judged you're angry maybe it's you're showing signs at just not particularly well. Often, all of the time. or You just feel bleak like the outlook is just bleak and this could be an indicator that you're not okay and. That's okay. Tube. There are steps that can be taken but when lockdown began I, started the series feel-good habits and this was with the intention of putting out. The sort of helpful hints stretched isn't techniques that could help steer someone listening you my most excellent listeners away from a crappy mood towards a better one. And then what you're telling me, you're finding value in these compositions, which is wonderful. So they're going to keep coming at new. But I also just wanted to share in a broader sense. Some of the things you can look out for that might help you identify not only when you're doing. Okay. But when you slightly off kilter and the reason I wanted to do this is because I have previously as a lot of longtime listeners. No, I was a few years ago diagnosed with depression anxiety and since therapy and feel as though on the other side of those things although it's always a work in progress, you always field was the expression they using them recovery. It's always in the darkness during press ups doing pull ups like making so it can come back but anyway. I feel as though, I could have prevented those things the depression anxiety. From becoming a severe as they ended up becoming if I had asked myself if I had gone through this checklist that I'm about to share with you. Because it went unchecked for such a long time so that by the time. We got to the point where we got to. It was pretty drastic. Felt like it for me anyway, and so this is why I wanted to share this checklist with you. So the first thing is how he functioning and by this I mean the daily stuff you have to do laundry washing, ironing, vacuuming getting are getting ready in the morning even brushing your hair. Any of this stuff in itself feel like a chore to You or do you feel exhausted after you've done it. And I can remember I'm I'm laughing about it. Now 'cause what else what else can you do but when I was depressed and didn't know it Used to dread vacuuming my flat I really liked how high no I really liked how the look afterwards but I used to dread it because in my head I would think, right? Yeah. You've got to get the vacuum cleaner out and then I think, yeah, the vacuum cleaners quite heavy. Yeah and I think the I think the thing when it's long enough and so actually when hoover it doesn't actually really hurt my back and The cool doesn't reach from that plug socket to the far end of the war, which means I have to unplug it and re plug it in, and it's it's a bit of a fast go Goya and say by the time I actually got to doing it. I had so many barriers between me and the actual task that it had become something really really big in my hand. and. So the only way I ended up being able to get around that was to time it Kalamazoo take me to clean the flat live in Paris. It was six minutes

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President Trump and Ivanka criticised over Goya support

Hugh Hewitt

00:32 sec | 2 years ago

President Trump and Ivanka criticised over Goya support

"White House adviser Ivanka Trump are voicing support for Goya Foods on Twitter, going as CEO attended a White House event last weekend Praise the president, which triggered a boycott of the largest Hispanic owned US food company in Social media posts. Donald and Ivanka Trump are standing with the company, the president tweets that Goya Foods is doing great, and that the radical left smear machine backfired that followed Ivanka's tweet of her holding a can of Goya, black beans and the company's slogan. In both Spanish and English. Greg Clugston.

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Living A Wild Nomad Life With Uwe Allguer

Extra Pack of Peanuts Travel Podcast

07:32 min | 2 years ago

Living A Wild Nomad Life With Uwe Allguer

"Hello Travel nerds and welcome to the extra pats travel podcast the show that teaches you how to travel more while spending less I'm your host Chavakacheri and joining me today as someone who is a founder through and through. He's founded a CO working space in bonds go, Bulgaria, a nomad sailing retreat, and he just started another project called wild nomad safari. I goya from while nomad safari dot. COM did I. Get that right. Awesome. You did very well Travis. I'm so happy to be on your show. Thank you so much. Thank you for joining me, and it might be the hardest pronunciation I've had. You helped me out before this I, asked you to say it I. Spelled out phonetically, so I probably won't say your last name again, but who? Else, I can say the first name I've got it going on. Thank you. Thank you for coming on and the first thing I'm gonNA. Ask You because I get asked this all the time because I like you I have ideas, and I want to do them and a lot of them I. Do and a lot of my don't do. Why so many different projects like? Why did you feel called to do so many different things? Oh Man, this is a this is a hard question, but I just love to do things and I love to do things together with people I love to you know actually I started traveling I always traveled since I'm young since I have a passport I obviously. I had this urge to go somewhere to find out. You know not to run away from something, but to go somewhere I was always drawn to fireplaces. Across the Atlantic duties. And Yeah So. Then I got to know my mom. Go friend at the time on a sailing trip, and so I got into sailing. And saving was just. It's amazing. I love saying I love being out at sea, and so forth and Yas, so I love to do different things you know, and I think adventures If you if you are on adventures, it's where life happens. You know out of the comfort zone. Many tear down walls of comfort zone is like Benue, fee your life, and when you do this like it. And you go, and you'll find out you explore. This keeps me going this your life actually yeah. I think one of the neat things about entrepreneurship. Just you know and starting different things is it gives you a similar feeling too? When you're traveling right because it's new, that's that's that's. The rush were probably after his. Yes, we like to see new places. Eat New foods, but the key is that it's something that we are not doing our regular life, and so these new projects that you're launching and trying out and starting, it's again. It's a new thing even if it's even if it's not getting out and traveling you starting a co working space is a new thing. It's something you haven't done before and I. Correct me if I'm wrong. That seems to be the draw right of just of a challenge. I think you'll like the enterpreneurs. We have a problem you know. So the thing is. We have to Shiny Object Syndrome okay, so there's something POPs up and you're like all. It looks Nice, and I think the problem with me is rather not to do things than doing things, so it's. More challenging for me not to start something, but although I think I have time and. I was working in most of my time. I worked for a corporations. Had good jobs I was well paid I was like I had a great life. Work life and it was really cool, but on the other hand you know I was wondering what is out there what I can do what I haven't done yet you know, and for whom do you go and work? You have to eight to five and you know like. It's it's the daily grind, and then you know at some point. I I asked myself. Why should I do that? And now I have the time to do different things and I laughed. I laughed to be the master of my time. I think this was always my biggest goal. To Mazda my own time. Yeah, we have a little quote or are saying that that Caitlyn and ricky who were parts of our location in the community, brought up, and and we kind of adopted it as well, and it's this idea that freedom is our currency, and so it's not saying that we don't grab the money, and we don't do businesses to make money, and we don't want to be good business people, but it's prioritizing freedom and one of those kind of people don't think about is time. Right is like we we talk about. About Oh, I wanNA make enough money, so I can have enough saved away so I can retire, or I WANNA be location independent. We hear that a lot and I talk about that a lot rate, but the other. The third part of that is the time and that's something that I think people don't prioritize enough is saying okay well, what am I if I'm working towards something and give out my time? What am I getting back and is that as valuable as having my time? Because a lot of times, the answer would be no. Yeah. Absolutely also triggers if you don't mind I want to tell a little bit of my story, so the thing is you know like the background? I did lots of stuff. Also jobwise I couldn't keep longer with the company for two years I had to. I was always drawn by our stuff anyways, but one time I thought you know like I was so disappointed by by one of my bosses. Said I'm going to create. That's for sure, but I didn't want to quit in the blue. I wanted to do something meaningful brings something meaningful to my life, and then I thought I. Want to learn a language better, and I want to work overseas and this before monster or chop search online. You know this was like. Two thousand six sexual, I can say to you, and then I was like applying like. Randomly basically to find a job overseas I talked to my friends to my travel friends, and so on support, and finally I got the job as development aid worker in Zimbabwe in southern region of Africa. So this is stockton and. So I really got the job and I went to symbolic and I so guided the project and ahead them to to do ICT to bring computers into rural areas in. Coastal Lake Kariba. And this is where I found out. I really got grounded. This see the people in Africa and you see their problems, and you see their lifestyle, and you see what they do, and these you know, somehow these really shook me in a way. It awaken me you know like. The people are happy. Their basic natural, being state of being happiness, which was completely I couldn't understand that at that time I thought pulling my leg. I. Thought They Make Fun of me. You know, but their natural state is happiness and I saw this. It was so interesting and the people are so grounded, and this is when I started more intensely traveling, and you know like and very got more grounded and looked at things. Rather on the lifestyle. Then then on. How much Kanai accumulate. Of, because this doesn't bring you any. By the end you know like when you look back on. Your Life is not what countered on your bank account what Collins is. What

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Goya Foods: Hispanic brand faces boycott for praising Trump

The Joe Pags Show

01:19 min | 2 years ago

Goya Foods: Hispanic brand faces boycott for praising Trump

"Blaze Goya. Foods CEO Bob. UNANI refuses to countdown progressive pressure after issuing remarks of support for president. Donald Trump on Thursday unanimously insisted the United States is blessed to have trump for president burning calls for boycotts, the beloved affordable brand in May the remarks at the White House events, saying we are all truly blessed to have a leader like president trump who? Who is a builder? We have incredible builder, and we pray we pray for our leadership, our president and we pray for a country that we continue to prosper and grow. He added a union way appeared on Fridays Broadcast Fox and friends where he said he would not apologize for the apparently controversial stance, its suppression of speech unanimously said of people demanding a boycott of the brand among those calling for a boycott representative Alexandria Cossio Cortez former Democratic, presidential candidate, Julio Castro and Hamilton Star Lynn Manuel Miranda in NY worked with former first lady Michelle Obama in her husband for President Barack Obama was an office expressed his disappointment for a double standard. You're allowed to talk good or praise one president. was called to be part of this commission to aid and economic and educational prosperity, and you make positive comments all the sudden. It's not acceptable. Union way complained. He concluded with a strong statement in support of his remarks. I'm not apologizing for saying and especially when you're called by the president of the United States going to say no I'm sorry. I'm busy. No, thank. You insisted. I didn't say that to the OBAMAS and I did not say that to president trump.

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The Miyazawa Family

Casefile True Crime

02:55 min | 2 years ago

The Miyazawa Family

"Japan's capital city of Tokyo is made up of twenty three special wards age of which is a self governing municipality with several districts. Located on the western side of air. This set guy award is the second largest and most densely populated. It is a residential area with a reputation for being family friendly while offering easy access to the city. The four member Miyazawa family lived in a semi detached three storey house in Setagaya as Comey Social Guy At district. Two hundred similar homes were originally built in the area, but when the May is always moved in in nineteen, ninety, most of these had been demolished to make way for Sushi Goya Park, a public recreational space, consisting of play areas, tennis courts and Grassi loans. By the year two thousand, the is always property was one of only four remaining houses that were essentially located inside the park lands. So she goes up, park was situated along the aced and south side of the House with the Sankara to the West. Directly behind and separated only by a fence was escape, Park and playground. The area was. Quiet and Saif, but the addition of the skype Parkhead introduced a lot of activity into lots of noise. There were also songs of suspicious individuals in the area which led to some safety concerns for the Miyazawa family. The Comey, so she guy at district had one Spain I've seen by a neighborhood watch program, but with so few houses remaining security had become an issue. As the government was offering a buybacks game to allow the further expansion of the park lands. The MIYAZAWA's had to sodded to take advantage of the offer and applied to be relocated. The family was made up of parents, Mikio and Yasuko and two young children door, Nina and Sunray. Mikio and Yasuko had met at a self development seminar during the nineteen eighties eventually going on to marry in December of nineteen ninety six. Forty four year old. Mikio was a creative man with a love for animation. He's childhood was spent participating in puppetry and other theatrical productions at school. After graduating from university, he worked as an animator and questioned develop off the quiz programs. He eventually secured a position at Inter brand. A London based Marketing Company with over twenty offices worldwide.

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A Complete List of Trump’s Pardons and Commutations

All In with Chris Hayes

12:14 min | 3 years ago

A Complete List of Trump’s Pardons and Commutations

"Today. Donald Trump continued his full on assault. On the rule of law pardoning and commuting the sentences of several high profile criminals he notably included former Illinois governor. Rod Blagojevich was convicted of trying to sell Barack Obama's Senate seat vacated because he was elected president in exchange for campaign contributions. Begovic had served eight years of a fourteen year prison sentence. You may also remember the governor from the apprentice where he messed up the Harry Potter Challenge and got fired Donald Trump. We'll technically by the apprentice producers today the President Communities Sentence Response Members of the Illinois House Republican delegation released a saying quote. We're disappointed by the president's commutation of Robert Mugabe of federal sentence. Begovic is the face of public corruption in Illinois. And not once has he shown any remorse for his clear undocumented. Record of egregious crimes that undermined the trust placed in him by the voters. Nbc News Correspondent. Tom Winter reminds us are eating. A jury found him guilty of trying to extort the CEO of Children's Memorial Hospital for a donation in exchange for increasing the payments to doctors. Who took care of Specialty Care Kids? Oh but Donald Trump was not done there he also pardoned former New York police department. Commissioner Bernard Kerik pleaded guilty to eight felony charges including tax fraud and lying to White House officials. Carrick was nominated by George W Bush to be the Secretary of Homeland Security before withdrawing that nomination just a week later. The judge gave a longer sentence than agreed to the plea deal saying quote. I think the damage caused by Mr Carrick is in some ways. Immeasurable trump also pardoned bond. Trader Michael Milkin. So guy considered to be the face of insider trading in the nineteen eighty S. Milton was originally charged with ninety eight. Federal counts including racketeering. He pleaded guilty to six felony charges of securities fraud conspiracy. He was sentenced to ten years in prison. He also paid six hundred million dollars in fines and restitution at sentencing. The judge said quote when a man of your power in the financial world repeatedly conspires to violate and violate securities and tax laws in order to achieve more power and wealth for himself and his wealthy clients. A significant president prison term is required in order to deter others others receive clemency from trump today glued former San Francisco Forty niners owner Edward debartolo junior. Who pleaded guilty in one thousand nine hundred eighty eight two concealing an extortion attempt involving the governor of Louisiana David Savvy and the former Bush administration official who was sentenced to a year in prison for lying about his association with Jack? Abramov June grown the owner of a Mental Health Care Company. Who was serving a thirty five year prison sentence for running? A two hundred. Five million dollar Medicare fraud scheme to be clear. This is the president who spent the last six months arguing. He so pose corruption. He had to make sure. Ukrainian president was to by withholding credit grudgingly approved military aid unless you launch fake investigation into the Biden's and route around Kremlin source conspiracy theory tourist findings but somehow this group of liars an extortionist and swindlers is the group of people. Trump felt deserve clemency. Maybe it's just a coincidence. That trump is pardoning these felons as the sentencing yet. Another one of his criminal pals looms earlier today. Trump tweeted about the judge in the trial of his longtime friend and advisor. Roger Stone suggesting stone deserved a new trial. Not long after the judge ruled stone. Sentencing hearing we'll go on that's planned on Thursday. Although she did say Roger. Stone's sentence will not begin until after she rules on his request for a new trial. Trump's interference with the stone cases. Troubled the Federal Judges Association so much that they called an emergency meeting tomorrow to address it and joining me now. For more on the president's pardoning spree. Today's Walter Dellinger. He was formerly formerly the acting. Solicitor General and also the head of the office of Legal Counsel at the Department of Justice under president. Bill Clinton Mr Dellinger. What do these pardons say to you as somebody who worked in in at high levels in justice in the United States? Well I think the show that we're really at the at the end of being a country that believes in equal justice under law there was no process to see how these crimes and these sentences compared with others who remain in prison. It's the president's own whim when a president acts by Wim and says he did of the Goya Vich. I wanted wife on television that that is an assault on the rule of law. But it goes much deeper than that. This is part of a three pronged assault on low as we know it. It involves threats of criminal prosecution of political opponents. Those investigate you. It involves promises that the president will intervene on behalf of those who commit crimes on his behalf and it. The third leg of this assault is his attack on judges and jurors in cases in which he's involved there is there's a banana republic aspect to it as you said that if you're friends with the president or on his TV show you get a pardon no matter what you've done and if you cross him in any way you might end up being prosecuted and we know that William Bar doesn't seem to be opposed to doing that but they're also does seem to be kind of a sort of Ross statement of power that Donald Trump is saying that if you commit these particular kinds of crimes that are against the Public. Trust that our financial in nature that are about corruption when he himself was impeached for corruption. It almost as sort of I don't know it almost feels like a message about that too about the fact that he's saying no no. I'm going to use of dive into corruption and revel in it. That's a good point Jordan. He treats he treats very high status people as if they're high status is a mitigation of their crops. When in fact it is an exacerbation that makes him so much worse. When you're a privileged person take for example. The fact that he has intervened on behalf of someone who was this got to be the national security adviser and lied about an investigation not just any investigation an investigation into a foreign military powers intervention. Our election. He intervened on behalf of someone who has been a prominent associated with President. Said is Roger Stone Who who committed five categories of lies and engaged in what the first department memo said was a relentless multi year attempt to again and obstruct justice in terms of an investigation into the corruption and the election and then finally the sympathy for someone. Who had the Honora being governor of one of our largest states? And who is thoroughly corrupt? And who sold a position in the United States Senate? Now that's he treats those because high status people as mitigation of their crops. And would it surprise you if the after to the things that Donald Trump does as well when it surprised if he's setting up there's been a lot of questions about whether he might try to part himself like if he's ever found to have committed some crime and that would certainly make himself the biggest part of the mall. I think he would undoubtedly attempt to pardon himself and everyone around him. He certainly let it be known that if a if he's re-elected or or even in the period after he was defeated he is GonNa take care of Of of everyone he knows including himself. I think the courts would reject hisself pardon but you know no presents ever tried that before so we can't be sure and the way in which he he seems to revel in the fact that he could take someone like sheriff. Joe Arpaio a law enforcement officer who is targeting Latinos for harassment and using the power of the police deliberately against a minority group and he pardoned him of criminal contempt of court that the way in which he plays with this. I think Dolly Elliptic who some times on this show referred to the `constitutionalisation of narcissism is what we face in this country. Yeah IT DONALD. Trump wants credit of also doing first step back kinds of criminal justice reform. He wants credit for that. But but do you sense in the pardons that he's doing especially today that the real message here is his own power right that he's essentially saying if you're powerful and you're my friend that is actually how you get a justice not by being somebody who was falsely accused of a crime or got too long of a sentence for having marijuana or something like that. That's why there's absolutely the absolute absence of any sense that the people pardoned held they compared with the culpability and the sentences of the tens and tens of thousands who remain in federal prison. The idea that he can act on on Mir welcome. I think something we've never seen the president before you know. Some people are going to raise the a Bill Clinton's pardon of financier and fugitive Bark Rich. And that was the worst thing. Bill Clinton did in eight years and an office is unjustified pardon but Donald Trump is taking it to a very different level where he's using the levers of the of the power of his office in order to corrupt law threatening opponents rewarding those who would commit crimes on his behalf going after judges and jurors in. I don't know where we go from here. I think we two thousand former prosecutors not just signed a letter but perhaps to think about blocking the willing to be arrested blocking the entrance of the Justice Department out. You have to use your imagination where we go from here Walter Dellinger. Thank you very much really appreciate your time and joining me now. For more. On the president's pardoning Spree Matthew Miller former chief spokesperson for the Department of Justice who's down MSNBC Justice analyst and Betsy Woodruff Swan Politics reporter at the daily beast and she's also an MSNBC contributor. So let's talk about sort of where where he could go from here and where and what it means and I'll start with where he could go from here. Betsy because is there any reporting on how much more of this because it does appear that there is a pattern? Somebody is either you know his friend or was on the apprentice goes on Fox News and pleads for his help he immediately responds to his friends and gives them a pardon. Who's who might be next on the list. I spent the afternoon talking to people who identify or describe themselves as allies of Roger Stone and they said that they saw the spate of clemencies that came down today as very comforting to them. Because they believe it's a signal. The President is sending that Roger. Stone may be next in line for this type of executive action. I thought your use of the phrase Banana Republic was really interesting because a federal judge. Us that exact same phrase in a transcript that was recently released from a closed door hearing regarding the investigation. That's now closed into Andrew McCabe and the judge literally said that the fact that trump was tweeting about McCabe so often the fact that he appeared to be interfering in that process created the appearance of a Banana Republic. So the thing to keep an eye on both the president of course granting clemency to people who he views as his political allies in part because he sees them on Fox News and the inverse of that which is the president encouraging DOJ to weaponize itself against people who he sees as his foes. And I'm glad also that Mister Diligent Joe Arpaio because they're also sort of symbolic arden's of people who are hurting the People Donald Trump's base wants to see hurt.

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Ashley Blaker: Goy Friendly

People of the Pod

10:29 min | 3 years ago

Ashley Blaker: Goy Friendly

"Talk about some. I'm pretty heavy issues. Israel Iran Patriot of Jews. So our next guest is a pretty big leap for us. Ashley Blaker is Jewish standup comedian. He is the first Orthodox Fox Jewish comedian to be given his own BBC. Show Ashley Blaker. GOYA's guide to Judaism which returned to the air in October. Two Thousand Nineteen. Now he's in New York for his latest off off Broadway. Show Ashley Blaker Goi friendly which premieres at the Soho playhouse. On February third and runs through February twenty third. While his previous off-broadway production strictly unorthodox was tailored for Jewish audiences. This one he says is not just for the Jews. It tells the story of how Ashley's close friendship with Muslim. Comedian Imron on. UCS completely changed his life with antisemitic incidents on the rise around the globe and even here in New York actually hopes to make the audience laugh but also understand stand a little bit more about their Jewish neighbors Ashley. Welcome to our studio. Thank you for having me so I have to ask you right out of the gate. anti-semitism is not funny. So how how do you address that topic with humor. Well the reality is I think he's anything can be funny. So I'll let you come to Louis showing judge whether I make. It isn't about antisemitism. I should say that there is actually a section is a band. Semitism thought. I think the more interesting is the fact that that when antisemitism is on the rise there are two ways of dealing with. This is a way of kind of hunkering down. Just going. We're we're now gonNA stick to ourselves and and try and protect ourselves and put up the security barriers and let's have lots of armed guards on the on the door in social ones bags and all of that stuff all you can kind of outreach. As it were and try and engage with the outside world and that's what my shows about about the latter it's about reaching out to the outside world and in a way this makes wants a comedy show. You know hopefully nonstop funny. Sound sound incredibly dry but Hopefully demystify Judaism a little bit. That's certainly one of the aims. Okay well I would say you could do both right. Do the security see the undercover getting having no security either. All kind of you know very good at that accused but I actually my playbill. I wrote a Performance note and for Bates Him. But I said something about how you know very good dividing ourselves as a as an in one of the things into I enjoy doing you mentioned my show strictly and also those I I love bringing choose together because we figured it kind of separating ourselves in so many different ways you know on the whole joke about the Jewish man who lands on a desert island and he builds two synagogues one ones that he'll go to one that he wouldn't ever be seen dead and that's like what we're like but I do think that there is it is an important time to actually reach out a little bit and we can. I think sometimes certainly not in any way suggesting that we. We are in any way a foot four and symptom of course but I sometimes think that actually being too insular. Isn't that helpful. Listen so now you are from the UK so well the Labor Party. I have to ask you about the Labor Party. I'm afraid But it's often regarded as the political liberal party of choice by many Jews in Great Britain. And I'm curious how you dealt with the last election and whether or not you felt politically homeless as I kept had reading about the Jewish community. There didn't myself but I'm sure other people did and I think that yes certainly in the post for many Jews the Labor faulty will have. I've been there home by just as much as the Conservative Party would be for many Liberal Democrat. We have quite a different political system. Should know to to to the Americans as many but yes I mean. It was incredible. What happened over the last few years and how symtas I'm just rose and seem to not be dealt with toll within the Labor Party in? Yeah it was a terrible thing we still really really been dealt with properly gone away. Yeah I know there were. There were several vile things said many vile things said ed by Labour politicians but then also Jeremy Corbyn himself was talking about the lack of irony that many British Jews seem to have. I don't know if you recall that particular. Yes it was Avia. Yeah it was a video I think from a while ago. Actually but he had yes he had said something. And there's a lot of these kind of allusions I think is because they. They caught clever then. They don't outright. This isn't the foul right then marking the street saying killed the Jews. It's a very allusive. Quite clever thing of of Hinson these particular weight alluding that Jews and Israel inflating the to and to you know the whole talking about antisemitism and anti Zionism also that that things that really came along with the Labor Party and I saw something videos of people saying no no we. We're not intimately to we like the right to choose. I think there's that thing of the good news and the bad news and I think that's a really good. Jews has ones March against Israel and kind of write letters to the Guardian saying that we support Sanctioned bedia smell that kind of thing uh-huh and then the ninety five percent of the badges. I mean that's clearly terrible things so it's been a really dark period and I didn't know it'll be interesting to see in the the next four five years. How things change? Have you tried to address it with humor. There over showed. I just did a toll in opened in in May with my friend Imran you mentioned draymond so imminent. He did a tour together called profit sharing actually breaking news in profit sharing seek clever title. And it's not address head on there are other people addressing this head on and the the truth is the way to look on twitter five minutes especially around the time the election to see that kind of Echo Chamber people. Don't WanNa hear they. You know you you tweet. Something about Labor Jeremy Corbyn and immediately comes back. This prepared list of twenty times. Jeremy Corbyn has both a motion ocean in parliament. That's been helpful to community Blah Blah Blah say. No one listens to each other anymore. People just spout the same thing. So I'm not sure engaging in that kind of way addressing head on is that helpful she because people just don't want to listen right. I'm sure it's the same here with trump and I'm sure there are people who are vehemently say one one thing you don't want to listen to the side. Yes that is. That is a problem that area. So I think that's something we've seen a lot particular around brexit and all these issues as we've had in the UK and the F. But so my show anyway. Mike show look comedy show. That's the the the main PARV. So I'll tell you briefly I mean essence shows. It's about yeah. Tell us about the show but then I also want to hear more about Enron and your friendship so the show about my friend she was Enron said. So that's the kind of I think in film in terms they call that the macguffin. He's kind of you know that you heard that term. I'm not familiar with that. So it's like using the original star wars. I think C. Three Po an onto d two of the macguffin that they're the ones like sent off into onto the desert and enter tattooing. They've got the messages item. Thank you the whole plot revolves from. Then there's no actually about them but it starts from them so in a way money's the macguffin hit because is a true story we're good friends we went untold together. And he's very interested custody my life he didn't know much about Judaism me belly of June. We spent many hours together in the call. He was always drawing because he he's Muslim. Couldn't in claiming been drinking and he's always asked me questions and I kind of wanted to teach him about Judaism. But where do you start. We've got six hundred thirteen commandments. It's too long to the call I didn't want to spend money on guests so I thought well I teach him about the Ten Commandments. And we started looking at the Ten Commandments. And I unrealized. They're not that practical you know he doesn't have an ox next all so there's no need to worry about not coveting it and I so I could. Maybe set myself challenge of coming up with my own ten commandments. That I could be a bit more practical. But they could actually explain what it's like to be an Orthodox Jew in two thousand twenty and in a way. It was my friendship with him. That made me reconsider my Judaism. Because she had I've been living as an Orthodox Jew for the best part of twenty years but it's only when an outside comes along install challenging us at you start having to think about it you start thinking about your love. So that's what the shows about and it's about me going through these ten commandments. My New Ten Commandments. antiquing this to him okay. So do you mind sharing a few of the talk commanded if you're the one of them is thou shalt develop obsessive compulsive disorder okay. She's an integral Paulsville so shoot as But we cover branch of Judy. Check that box right exactly. So we cover a lot of these areas we cover kosher food and living in a Jewish area. We talk about the curse of praying public and this covers a lot of ground really comes a lot of ground in the show and then And then the story I keep finished. The story has a continuation because of how Im- reacted and then what we went off did something together which I don't want to spoil because that's the narrative But it's a pretty funny chairman. I it really is. I'm super proud of it. So you say I did. This show could street Lennox. It was aimed at a Jewish audience. All Jews knock. He's also dogs. Reform Perform Conservative unaffiliated. But Still Jews and I think it's a really. I really wanted to do something. Everyone could cutting joy That would be in a language WIGGs. Everyone can understand but the is serious does not scrimp on the jokes atone. It's the funniest show of ever done this by miles miles because I've already but still called the serious stuff when we do discuss antisemitism and there are some real takeaways well foam it excellent zone. The show's name. Is Ashley. Blaker friendly it's at the Soho playhouse here in New York City from February third to twenty-third. Thank you for joining us. Thank

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Test Kitchen Manager Gaby Melian on Empanadas

Bon Appetit Foodcast

09:40 min | 3 years ago

Test Kitchen Manager Gaby Melian on Empanadas

"Welcome back to the PODCAST. Thank you so much excited. I'm you know what I am. I'm super hungry. I've never been so hungry for cast. I'm looking at these glistening crispy. Golden Brown empanadas is in the middle of the table. And I can get one you of course different once again tell you I. A couple of these have A little bit of sugar got like my grandmother used to put my like. I duNNo. She needed for us so it gives it an extra layer of sweetness and then I read a couple of a couple of people helped me through the ripple. Yeah that's the way you crimp it To show the Francis sometimes they do that depending on the field. Lean gene. You know when you go to the stores they have different ways of closing them. So you know if it's chicken and beef and cheese of whatever pressure beating one two the only one but now I'm talking about my mouth twelve. It's all right. That's what I told everyone. Adam wants to chew on the micro comment or no no. No I mean come on. Everyone does okay. You've done chew videos for us. WE WANNA one with Bradley. Only at your first video ever Dow one was my father's. There's time in front of a Combo being part of the video. Yes we'll read. What was that like? I was really nervous during seem nervous. No I know but I thought it was going to lose my voice Because when I get emotionally I lose my voice and you know the difference and I was just trying to talk and let's talk about that so brad is I'm GonNa say six foot four Gabby is what are you short of one. Actually my past five to what are you. What are you barefoot? Five five okay right. But I'm shrinking but thinking that we all are but brad does that thing where you kind of like spreads his his legs out and he kind of gets a low on the counter because you know can be the same kind of way was he. Did the video. Was it easier than you thought it would be in terms of doing doing it or it was fun I was. I was hard to follow him. You never know what to expect to him but it was fun and I feel like I I was able to talk about. The empanadas and people are super excited in Argentina that I actually was representing so I think it went. Well did you get it. Comments from people in Argentina. Oh yeah yeah from. I add From South America in general or over specially from Argentina. Some of them were like oh well in my town. We don't make them like these. Because inside Argentina. We have different types of bananas. We have like the ones from the north. They wants from the south of the center. That's where I'm from one side is so these are called for ten years because if you're born in one side is your potential from from the port of so you know we are very opinionated people you know I would Argentina's in general we are like. Yeah no I do it this way. Do it that way. Some people is because if you need like racing's or not and some people say oh these gusty and it has all leaves but for me Dania. Has You're going for the second one people aboard. He's having the second one. I make them kind of a small. So let's start with the ones on the plate now. which is the first video of you and Brad from his? It's alive series. This is a ground beef. EMPANADA beef typical tenure. You have raisins in Maher racing's or leaves on our lips the ground beef of obviously grabbers on yawns and then in you'll have oregon o q mean salt pepper. A tiny bit of sugar a little bit of public for Koehler. That's what makes that juicing using US and then I put a hint of Cayenne pepper for heat because I hear people tend to like hear a little more. We're not really into hot spicy spicy. I think it's nice to have a little bit a little sugar just a balanced. Yeah okay so in that first video the what I noticed right away was you made me feel okay about not making my own dough. Oh no totally I mean empanadas reveille eaten in. Let's say typical family probably might WANNA say once a week maybe every other week. But he's something that you get together with friends and you order out. We have great places that sell. NPR's and they deliver. There are some places that they do. Only empanadas can niqab any flavor in the world. You can imagine and in other places a habit Sonnen Pinellas so you either order or you make your own so people people are like no within their friends for their feeling but you will not find anybody that is going to make Bacon Bananas making their own doll. Because he's such a long process. It's not even worth twenty minutes later. Everybody item so we have really good a star Bought doll that it comes already pre pack and we use that. I mean if someone tells you that making their own doll deadline I think this take this impression. Like in Italy for instance there's a ton of Italians in Argentina that everyone makes own pasta scratch every night and this is not the case. No no no no we have also with with really good. Pass the places that you go buy. Fresh passed away the Kilo- All Dogs we do a my rather is makes the best pizza pizza. People make at home on Saturday nights. Yeah the guys make beats a home. Friday nice nice very common. You all do some house. And they make the you know don't beat Sally Gracie B. of the best pizza all right. So I WANNA make empanadas at home. What sort of dough should I buy? Whichever using if I'm not making my own these is when he's gone he's gone on? It's like you can buy it in any supermarket. Basically actually when when I publish which member be on February of two thousand seventeen one of the things that Rick Martinez was sculpting with was to fact checked. You know like find out if you can really really find these doll everywhere and it is. It's really easy available. You can even know that it on Amazon. What doty's does it? It's called Empanada or it says in English turnovers doll right. No I see them watching my Guy Jones happy so be any Spanish local local market if you live in a neighborhood that some sort of Latino community I'm sure they're having go yeah though They have different ones. They have some for Frayne gene and they have Colombian door that is completely different. Because he's make with Like sort of like cornmeal completely different because those refrain gene so these one is actually at says For BANARAS for waking I need it comes from Uruguay. Actually it comes. They'll comes from European Goya packages here in New Jersey near my house. All right so but if you don't have these you've done us any puff pastry and caroline can circles rounds. And that's it. Because he's very similar to puff pastry so for this one. For the filling you were browning. The ground beef seasoning thing it and then you took out the ground beef from the pot and then you put the onus on the papers. That's one way of doing it. I think when we publish the recipe we the first on and a and then we moved them out. You can either either either way for me. It's faster to do the one part and the meeting. Another the reason why I do it that way because I used to make three hundred hundred panels every weekend when I was selling them. Okay we're GONNA get to that first. Let's get to the ground beef. Onions and red peppers seasoning seasoning cumin sake and releases all these juice and makes it sweat. That's the flavor you're going for. You cut out rounds with a pastry cutter or news. Come already already come on. We got anything and they come with these little plastic in between doing so. They don't get stuck one way or the other see. That's what I noticed. I noticed when you took the felling but first of all you want a cool the feeling feeling you can even freeze the feeling. My mother used to freeze the feeling abortions. And then it's much better because when you're baking it Y- releases all that water all the Jews even better. Yeah so you were using like a little like ice cream scoops because I like to measure you know. I don't want one every Empanada have the same amount. I'm also so far of not putting your leaps keeps anti-lien so I wanted on a line like in a restaurant. Is that continuing more. We're GONNA get me angry letters but no no no yes GSA anyways you. You've got your feeling with the raisins onions this nap but the olive separate the Reagan half. Yeah and then I make sure everything Pinella has. That's the League Asian. Sorry people I'm saying to myself. I make sure that everybody gets two halves of only because the worst by will be like if if he does someone Oh inputting olives a panel and then they bite on it and he's gone so when you're feeling is done you can actually don see anymore. Where Olives went you know so I was carefully? Put two halves of olive anytime panella before I closed them. So you fold them over with this little. Okay Yeah just to fill me in then you you pinch them shot. And then the big question between you and Brad on the video of it's alive. Was You crimp them with the four or you do the fancy thing that you do right well. Criminal with the fork makes them look bigger. So here's the C- could people when I was selling them. I was using the fork. Not only because it was fluster and get somebody to tell me that was my mother on. They look bigger so you can judge they all right. People don't don't lie. When he stood cream they feel like they're eating a lot of doll? I love it personally. What's the word again ripple Julia Gay how responding back I E? BU ALGAE E rebelled. Would you so you so it's like you're it's almost like a looks like a little rope. You're sort of twisting at unto itself so you had a nice nice braided exterior exterior. It's super pretty. I know and I can do really quick and the story goes these about anyone I was aid. I don't remember much but we're GonNa have a fourth God. I know they're tiny tiny people he's not even know overeating When I was eight my grandmother who could never actually cramp really pretty really? She used to do the fork because it was faster. You know you're making three four thousand in Pinellas. She asked me to help her because I was always in the kitchen with her and pardon me I started. You know I started twisted Empanada crimping like that during the report and she almost cry because I was doing it exact same way her mother that she could never learn it well and I met my grandmother when I was one and then she dies or she couldn't have possibly taught me on so I guess it wasn't my jeans

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A CAmpaign To End The Celebration Of New Years

The Promised Podcast

08:12 min | 3 years ago

A CAmpaign To End The Celebration Of New Years

"Welcome to the promised by gas. Brought to you on T. l. v. one the voice of the city whose worthies and Burgers in the nineteen thirties launched a campaign against the celebration of New Year's which in mandatory Palestine as in Modern Day Israel was known as Sylvester the name borrowed from Pope Sylvester the first thirty third pope of the Catholic Church who was buried and in the catacombs of Priscilla in Rome on December thirty first and who was beatified on December thirty first date became known as Saint Sylvester's Day or the Feast of Saint Sylvester which feasts came to stand for the reveries of the night dividing the last day of the year from the first day of the New Year in Israel as in Austria Italy Lee Bosnia Germany Slovenia Slovakia Switzerland Luxembourg left in China Poland and the Czech Republic France Croatia and probably elsewhere as well now on December remember twenty seven thousand nine hundred eighty four for instance. The paper hired-in reported that the city had been plastered with posters quote sponsored by the rabbinate and the the Hebrew community calling for residents not to celebrate this holiday Silvester as it is foreign to the spirit of Judaism they ask the owners of houses of pleasure and cafes not to rent their rooms for these purposes and quote Davar reported in the same year that deputy mayor Easter Iraq who fifteen years later would ascend to to mayor addressed the city council about quote the question of the holiday of Sylvester that is setting down roots in Tel Aviv. FEE proposal of Mr Rocca was accepted saying at the city council of Tel Aviv sees in the foreign custom of Sylvester celebrations a definitely unwanted thing which is in opposition to the spirit and traditions of the people title of Israel and asks all cafe owners and owners of large halls in the city not to organize Sylvester parties. A committee was chosen to speak with cafe owners owners etc about this matter and quote a year later in nineteen thirty five the municipality itself published this notice quote the city sees itself as obligated to remind owners of cafes and restaurants this year once again of the need to refrain from having public celebrations in honor of Sylvester Eve. This custom to celebrate the holiday of Sylvester believe in public Jewish circles in the Hebrew city harms the national lifestyle that is taking form in the land of our forefathers. This claim is aimed also at the General Oh public some of whom admittedly only a few make a practice of celebrating this holiday with debauchery and loud social parties obviously the municipality and the the citizens of the city will treat with respect anything undertaken and done in honor of this day by those residents of the city and their guests who are not Jewish for this is their holiday and quote in a year after that in one thousand nine thirty six of our reported after the fact that quote several cafes such as the Lawrence and Savoy had special holiday programs in Tel Aviv. There there were many private Sylvester parties mostly from the circles of immigrants from Germany until morning. There was much car traffic and many walking on foot. One of these people who return to his home home after midnight under the influence of alcohol startled the volunteer firefighters with a false report of a fire end quote in nineteen thirty nine. The paper beaucaire made its feelings things about known with a one line article with a banner headline on page three the article in its entirety. Read quote on Silvester Eve. Eleven people committed suicide in new. You Work and quote in one thousand nine forty. The religious paper hot so fat reported this quote I witnesses say that a man of Israel at midnight in Tel Aviv especially in the North would forget that he lives in his own nation and land semester celebrations were celebrated in several coffee houses Jewish houses in the Hebrew city and whomever was indies coffee houses which elevated the celebration to the top of the top and drinking and debauchery would forget that we live in times of emergency. The New Year by the general accounting is not for us. It's the Jews. But it is a New Year for trade and bills and money's silvester celebrations are not Jewish celebrations in the land of Israel. Especially and only those who became habituated to these celebrations collaborations in foreign lands the lands of assimilation fail to Wean themselves of this habit. Even after they pass through all the circles of hell they returned to their iniquity in the land of Israel Israel. These are just one chapter of the spiritual and moral decline that is evident in our public life especially in the first Hebrew city the glorious tel.. Ah Vive end quote now to celebrate. Silvester Twenty twenty in the glorious Tel Aviv. There were hundreds of events for instance one could welcome the New Year with the Abba Tribute Band Carney or or go to Cooley Alma for their annual gala. Three for one Christmas New Years Novi Bash the bootleg was hosting a centers party quote unquote the hostile hosted hip hop new year's breakfast on Rothschild had funke Meli and these were just a fraction of what was on offer so grand was the celebration that the municipality itself posted this on facebook from the legendary Tel Aviv. EDM Club the block quote mayor e high. I don't feel so good. I won't be coming into work tomorrow and quote quote this post from Iraq Tel Aviv Tel Aviv municipality itself. Yes there was the battery in the city. All right one could pretty much find any form of depravity ones. Momma might have worn one against save perhaps for the badgering bullying browbeating of the burgers. About how you really shouldn't go to a drag show on New Year's in the first Hebrew city in the Jewish state and arguing nothing captures the spirit of the city. Well Tel Aviv. Dafa better than a tradition reaching back. Almost ninety years of offsetting the ideological severity doctrinaire rectitude a to enforce the citizen of the hidden who ain't kidding of joyless Orthodox Zionism and greeting each new year. Hal each new day with playful exuberance heterodox selective Goya's and lots and lots of alcohol and seeing the first Hebrew city is a place not just for spiritual fulfillment but also for fun fun fun and more heretical. Still Bill Finding spiritual fulfillment in fun. Fun Fun with us. In the studio is the woman who's lovely prose is like a killer party and everyone's invited I speak of course of Alison gap and Summer Alison for Politico Than Republic foreign policy the Jerusalem posted. Jt the Ford and many other of your very best papers magazine is a columnist for Arts. You heard on. NPR PRI where I and the BBC and you've seen her on twenty four television and Al Jazeera TV and other places as well. She holds a World Centre Award for Journalism Recognizing Excellence and Diaspora reported anytime and rock our award for excellence and covering Zionism Eliane Israel. I was how was your Silvester. Oh very boring. I'm not a big New Year's eve person but it always takes me back to. When I first arrived in Israel in the nineteen eighteen eighty s and like most Americans had never heard of Saint Sylvester or New Year's Eve being referred to as Sylvester so when people started talking about Sylvester? What was the only Sylvester? I was familiar lady Birds Sylvester the cat. tweet neighbors I was like what are they crazy about the cartoons. I it took me a while to like and still now when I hear about Sylvester immediately that like cat face POPs. What's up in front of me? I thought I thought also in the studio with us as a man who is exhibit a rather than spiritual and moral decline in the city seems to be gaining in spiritual and moral seriousness through the generations. I speak of course of Os Zelter Zubeida Zelter writes and reviews books for arts including waiting just a week ago in the past he hosted a weekly show on TV on arts and culture in Israel and he is a political activist of passionate power charm and charisma insight and intelligence Ohad. Oh how is your Silvester. I was dancing on a wooden bar dancing on the bar. Because somebody in this room should have had a proper nears eve right now that's Great throughout my neck from dancing so hard I think that means that I partied as much as I could dance on your neck. No is is now painful because identity on my feet that that is a badge of honor. Yes angry my name is Owen. I don't meet the boasts upgraded the operating system on my phone last week and ever since I've been receiving hectoring messages about how I don't sleep enough and maybe it's time for me to go to sleep right now and how. I listened to an awful lot of podcast and oh I listen to my music. Too loud ended ended. I know that long term exposure to loud noise can be damaging to my hearing. And I really don't WanNa Brag about how I have maintained my youthful lifestyle

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3 Aviator Guests Who Flew The F117

EAA's The Green Dot - An Aviation Podcast

11:24 min | 3 years ago

3 Aviator Guests Who Flew The F117

"Today we have not one two three we Aviators who flew the F.. One seventeen so with us today. We have colonel at Whitley. We have colonel. Ralph Goetchel and colonel. Ganja Gentlemen thank all of you for being here. We also have their wives with us here. They were able to join us so Just want to thank the six of you for making the trip up to to Oshkosh Wisconsin. Shearson time on this pleasure absolutely so and also they'll be joining us tonight for. EA Speaker series which For those are you listening. It's too late for you but make sure you missed a good one guy you know especially that one part but do check our local to the oshkosh area. Ever want to make a trip sometime. When it's not air venture be sure to check our social media on our website and our online newsletter for for future dates for this for the series so with that of course I guess I'll I'll kick it over to you to kind of ask what we usually ask for the introductory questions for our I guess one of my favorite questions ask because everybody has a story What I made you WanNa fly well for me? As a child growing up I was the child of a World War Two veteran. My Dad worked for a company in which there was is a retired Military Aviator who was the president and CEO of textile the organization being from the South and he was a big collector of military aircraft. And he he shared this collection with the people who work for his organization and so we as kids. We just climb all over a variety of military aircraft and been a little bit older than these other guys I Remember Korea Had Our tendency to visit the local airport just watching it but what the moment that really struck me was when I had my first Ryder t thirty. The three in the backseat. My time is that My choices were go through. ROTC in college or not go to college and be a grunt in the United States are going to be at Phnom and frankly when I went to field training between my sophomore junior year and had that first orientated applied on ever get get visit. Myrtle Beach Airforce Base took off on their forget we broke ground on a cloudy sky and that contrast to the ocean and the white sand. And I said Gosh. Gosh this is what I WANNA do. That was that moment that really struck out for me and I had a great again in front seat and that was that was a magic moment for me. That's awesome How about you Colonel Jill? We're like to point to say that my father who was in the military inspired mutation Taeb restrained to be AAA battery commander so that didn't feel bad but my mother was a navy wave during World War Two and it was a linked trainer operator and she brought with her the navy how to fly manuals and all the things that I just devoured in junior high and high school. I lived on a ranch in central Florida that was in the running line for the navy. Pine Castle air to ground range or GonNa rage and so I could be down there shoveling horse apples or whatever it is that at a ranch boy does it'd be threes and fours and four eight. Five eight vigilantes roaring overhead on looking up and Goya looks like a lot more fun than down here and I did a little investigation allegation and found out that the navy guys running aircraft carrier. And there's no women on carrier knows no beer on the carrier and that that launched launched me on a on a career near fourth. Although my dad wasn't an aviator was on the Coast Guard World War Two timeframe when I was young very young he took me to an EA gathering back when it was in Rockford. And I got my first flight in a gypsy. Moth Open Air. I don't remember eight or nine years old in it's kind of set a spark. My father was always aviation suzy's and then as I was getting into high school I just thought the flight fighters be like the greatest job in the world early in high school. Had I had a cousin that went to the Air Force Academy and I got to thinking I was also the oldest of seven children in the finances of going to college made made a huge difference if the government was sending me to college and I got a chance to be a pilot. Boy that'd be cool owes able to get into the Air Force Academy train their want to go to pilot training and it was just kind of always been my goal to head in that direction. I didn't necessarily have specific specific path but worked out and there. We have how that's awesome. That's really cool. You have an EA if you're early flight and that's pretty wild. It's grown a bit Rockford. We noticed it so we just heard your first experience in an airplane What about the what? What did you was the first plane? Overflowing well following pilot training. No now you just mean like as a kid but as I said in the t thirty three that's an awesome. I fly has an awesome and of course it there in that timeframe There was a program in. ROTC for juniors and sophomores to Get their pilot. License called the flight instruction program and I went through that and of course into the air force and on the pilot training but my first airplane eh operation and was the F. One hundred which kind of an interesting about that as a kid growing up I mentioned that my first flight and the t thirty three was There'll beach airforce. Base happened to be two three fifty four th wing air flying f one hundred's so as a kid. I got a lot of Hans and I never thought that I'd be one of those guys flying the F. One hundred it's an amazing airplane. Yes it is about you. My first light was in a was in a Tri Pacer and my I had a I had a friend in elementary school was interested in aviation as well and my brother and we saved our money and we parents take us out your fort and got a little introductory flight And the next one after that was on my way to the Air Force Academy Outta me. My Kademi lays officer now. This central Florida had a steer men and he put me up in the German to go flying and that open cockpit Pitt. Experience was quite a thrill that is pretty cool at the step up from a Tri Pacer. Quite a bit so we'll talk a little bit about how you guys transitioned into the F. One seventeen program And currently I guess we should start with you since you you were there for pretty early on to keep household about that yes and the late nineteen eighties. I received my backup of it in late late. Nineteen Eighty I was just finishing the eight and fighter weapons school and being reassigned their analysis to be the assistant operations officer in that unit. Something I'd really want to do for some time really looking forward to it but no sooner had I arrived in the squadron and I got a phone phone call from the gentleman I had never met before. who asked me if he could meet me a specific building a specific perfect room at a specific time in several weeks ahead? This guy's name was Bernard Bob Jackson Quite a character in his own right in On the predetermined date and time I arrived air knocks on the door. Door opens about an inch. And I hear this voice is. Are you whittling. I said Yes sir they let me see your ID card slip it through the door. Who knows what's going on the other side he's probably chuckling or whatever but invites me in and we have about three five minute interview that Everything he offered was great but not assured I took him up on his offer. And that's how I joined the unit and made a commitment At that time and two or three months later one of the first in whoops called the initial padres to show up. We didn't have a permanent place to stay. We had a couple of Single wide trailer on on the flight. Line at Nellis Air Force Base and I spent about four and a half five years With the unit I watched it go from obtaining are I eighty seven to become an seven unit the with the as our cover story story Doing Avionics testing and of course I was For whatever reason nothing unique about me because because there were several very talented and capable people in part of that initial Kadre but Colonel Jackson for whatever reason he did elected to Have may be the first operational pilot now. I've had two theories about that. The first is I was expendable. Yeah and so. If it didn't work out nothing was lost but and as it turned out That that was a very unique experience and then of course Being the first operational pilot help check out the next guy and so on and so forth and eventually we received airplanes wanted to time and we checked out people want at the time and by while the intent was by nineteen eighty two to have limited operational operational capability. We simply just didn't the airplanes fast enough because some challenges that they had faced in that process and well how to build it exactly and each airplane was very unique in his own right. What those first few coming up? Because there's a lessons learned very quickly. Adjustments were being made in the Production and June of eighty five rolled around I had basically Evolved into being the Training Squadron Commander and I left the unit about four or five assignments later in August of nineteen ninety. I showed back up on the doorstep So we we had come all the way back to band at one fifty and being the first operational pilot. That's the how we came about my bandit number

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Frida Kahlo's Bus Accident

This Day in History Class

04:07 min | 3 years ago

Frida Kahlo's Bus Accident

"Was September Seventeenth Nineteen Twenty five Mexican artist Frida Kahlo. Hello was involved in a bus accident that she survived with major injuries. The accident changed the course of her life and deeply affected her artwork. Mark Free Board Goya on Mexico in Nineteen O seven. Her mother was relatively conventional in her worldview while while her father supported her curiosity Freda was super close to her father but she was more distant from her mother who dealt with depression and when she was young she had polio which affected her right leg and gave her a limp she also developed an interest in art and began. Dan Sketching in nineteen twenty two free to begin attending the National Preparatory School in Mexico City. Her goal was to study medicine at a university there she encountered progressive thought and people in the literary community she became known as a Prankster and she wore indigenous jewelry including it was at this school where she met artist Diego Rivera but on September Seventeenth nineteen twenty five she was headed back back home from school on a bus with her boyfriend Alejandro Gomez audience when the bus ran into a trolley car. Several people were killed immediately. The accident and more died later from their injuries obvious only had minor injuries but a piece of iron went through fritos pelvis and back that had to be pulled out of her body. Her shoulder was dislocated. Her collarbone was broken. Her right leg was broken in eleven places and her spine was also broken in several places she had surgery and stayed in the hospital for a month then spent several months at home in bed over the course of her life. She underwent as many as thirty five operations. Though she aimed to become a medical illustrator she was in a lot of pain and decided to drop out of school while she was in recovery. She spent a lot of time painting. Her mother even bought her easel that helped her paint in bed. She used an overhead mirror to paint self-portraits. During this time her relationship with audience ended but photographer Tina Mobility introduced her to a community of people involved in art in leftist politics. She soon became reacquainted with Diego. Rivera NC joined the young Communist League which Rivera founded in nineteen twenty nine Carlo Married Rivera when she was twenty two years old and he was forty two but their marriage was rocky. They both had affairs many of Carlos with other women free to diego separated divorced and remarried carried. She also had a miscarriage and several pregnancies that were medically terminated but throughout their turbulent relationship they continued their artistic mystic practice and continued to express their political views. Fritos self-portraits viscerally depict her pain. Her Art is known for being dark emotional national and symbolic she made most of her artwork in the nineteen thirties and nineteen forties but she didn't get her first solo show and Mexico until nineteen fifty three that was years after her first ever Solo Exhibition in New York City in nineteen thirty eight she had to be in bed on the opening night of her exhibition in Mexico City so she went to the show in an ambulance in state. They're in a bed that was set up for her. A few months. After after this fritos right leg had to be amputated because it was infected with gangrene she died on July thirteenth nineteen fifty four officially Ashley of Pulmonary embolism though there has been speculation that she died by suicide there is now a museum and Custos Tool Rita's home goal kind.

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