35 Burst results for "Griff"

Rep. Nicole Malliotakis Calls for Policy Change to Put Criminals Behind Bars, Following NYPD Shootings

Mike Gallagher Podcast

01:51 min | 4 months ago

Rep. Nicole Malliotakis Calls for Policy Change to Put Criminals Behind Bars, Following NYPD Shootings

"Malia takas from New York, talking to Griff Jenkins on Fox News. This was preventable and sadly enough is enough. We really need to change the laws of New York and New York City to ensure that we put these bad guys behind bars. Repeatedly, we've warned about this. We've said that these dangerous bail law that the Democrats passed and in Albany were leading to more people being released. In fact, the detectives union recently told me that 9 out of ten people found with criminal possession of a weapon are being released back onto the street and 50% of the people that actually shoot somebody are being released back onto the street without bail because of these laws. And it just has to stop. And I'm really I'm begging my colleagues on the other side of the aisle. It's work together to fix our city. The mayor to his credit has said he wants to do this, but it's been three weeks. We've already seen 5 police officers shot one now fatally. How many police officers have to be shot before the Democrats figure out letting criminals go free doesn't make our communities safer? And incidentally, that's not a talking point. That's not a conservative talking point. That's literally the position of the newly elected district attorney in Manhattan. Letting criminals go free makes our communities safer. There's nothing to be gained by locking up some poor misguided man or woman who they had a bad childhood. They've got a drug problem. They've got an alcohol problem. They've got they've been no presh. Why put that person who threw that 93 year old woman down the steps in jail? She doesn't need to go to jail. We need to help them.

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Homeless Man Arrested After Fox's 'All-American' Christmas Tree Set On Fire

The Larry Elder Show

01:11 min | 5 months ago

Homeless Man Arrested After Fox's 'All-American' Christmas Tree Set On Fire

"Morning I got up early. I told you I was doing hit on the Stuart varney show on Fox business. And I find out that the fox Christmas tree, which is in front of the Fox building in New York, I've seen it many times. Set on fire. And apparently it was a homeless guy that did it. And I started thinking about angel tree Christmas fellowship, the campaign drive that we're doing. When I was running for governor, I found out from firefighters virtually every single fire in Los Angeles. I'm not kidding, virtually every single fire in Los Angeles. It started by homeless person. And as I was figuring out what we should do about the homeless problem, talking to all sorts of counselors, many of them told me this. That many of these homeless people had no father or had a father who was behind bars. Now, I'm just wondering how many of these homeless people would have had a somewhat different attitude had during Christmas they received Griff gifts, such as the kind of gifts angel trees

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Debunking Joe Biden's Latest Lies on Income Tax

The Dan Bongino Show

01:33 min | 8 months ago

Debunking Joe Biden's Latest Lies on Income Tax

"The top 1% pay 40% of all income taxes. The bottom 50%. That's 50 out of 100. There are Democrats listening. Paid just 3% and I rounded up. It's actually 2.93% of the total federal income tax burden. So 50 out of 100 people pay three cents on every dollar. And one out of 100 pay 40 cents on every dollar. You know, folks, Listen, you want the rich to pay more? Make your case. What bothers me about Griff. There, Loser Joe Biden is corrupt zero Him and Obama and others Hillary Clinton and others career liars without a shred of dignity or character. Stains on this country. Is that they don't make the case. What they do is they manipulate useful lemming liberals. They manipulate them with racial arguments and emotional arguments about class warfare because they're afraid if they tell liberals the truth that even some liberals won't be in their corner. Why not just come out and tell the truth that the majority of the income tax burden in the United States falls on the richest one in 10%? I'll give you that data in a second about the 10% in a minute. But why not? Just say that and we'd like them to pay more? Make your case. I don't agree. We could vote against you. But at least we won't know you're a liar and a man with no dignity. Who's a career grifter? But because you're a loser like Joe Biden, you can't tell people the truth. So you manipulate their emotions and you lie to them and you say no. The middle class are getting worked over in the tax code. They are The bottom 50% of taxpayers pay 3% of income tax. 3%

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"griff" Discussed on Talking Lion

Talking Lion

05:45 min | 9 months ago

"griff" Discussed on Talking Lion

"It was the first concert you ever attended. I wanna say neil diamond definitely wasn't him but like in my like i think i might have been fourteen. Maybe younger John concert as and that was like definitely my. I like i am listening to this music. You know. I like awake concert. If that makes sense i got that wholeheartedly. And that definitely Set me on a little bit of my path and tastes in music. Awake concert your immune. No no i definitely definitely do. A i mean i. I think like i was young. My first concert. I went with my dad. But like i think green day was probably the first one like i asked for the tickets though i loved. Yes at the time when you know to but it was like i love dick's my dad loved it. Just this calling in a weight. Concert made me think about how the first time i ever went to. A show in la. I was visiting family here. And they had tickets to see. Tchaykovsky is eighteen. Twelve overture or at the hollywood bowl. I was like hopped on the plane at lax Into the hollywood bowl eighteen twelve overture. And how much do you know about the eighteen twelve overture. Not at all but not an interrupt. You reminded me of when my grandma who lives in. La would take me to the hollywood bowl to see looney tunes with live orchestra. Yeah and like that's definitely also owned listed like first concert. Yes so here's the thing about the eighteen twelve overture if ever you're doing a crossword or trivia asking what's the most famous thing about the eighteen twelve overture the most famous thing about the eighteen overture. Is that there are canons like they are. Actually you're required to like in the music to fire forgot. How many times like sixty something times. Like actual cow many so many cannons. Here's the thing that the piece itself is maybe like an hour. Whatever prior to and maybe. I'm making that up. I was a child. But i i get off the planet. Lax with the dream and the cardigans. And i'm exhausted. Because i. It's the first time i travel myself. I was like fourteen or whatever and my Brings the hollywood bowl and she has a box. And it's like fucking cool whatever and they're serving us drinks. I'm not drinking some fourteen So i have you know a t in that knocks the fuck out. So it's just a classical piece of music. I'm tired so i just fall asleep because that's what you do. Yeah no and then we'll get today. That's really funny. Though i just i just an via the so overwhelmed being woken up by cannon and that was my first Asleep concert can recommend our listeners. A movie a book and a tv show okay movie goodwill hunting one of my all time fibs. One of my all time phase a book. I'm reading right now It's called ladders young poet iranian wilk. I believe it's getting really short. Athletes still have Slowly trying to get better that but It's i've loved it so far. It's like it's like eight short chapters about like creativity. Love life from the perspective of poet. Who's writing to a young poet N tv show throughout tv. Show our favorite tv.

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"griff" Discussed on Talking Lion

Talking Lion

05:31 min | 9 months ago

"griff" Discussed on Talking Lion

"Would you be. A pirate are complicated question. Like if i were to be born would i be born a pirate or would i be what i want to be a pirate. You've hit on the. I would i think is the most interesting part of the question that no one has ever nature versus nurture. Yeah 'cause 'cause you know it's like if you were born and you were a private year and you lost your job you'd probably come pirate because that would be a social force it would have pushed you in that direction. It's more just like do you philosophically. Is that your vibe. As a person not not to complicate it even further but like what boy in a sentence like what is your idea of a pirate like. We're we're talking like someone historically at historically accurate like in in the golden age pirates not of murder lot more like more searching for searching for treasure for treasurer and also like flying in the face of like sovereign governments. And like you know Yeah i think i have. I think as likely to be full blown. Pirate as the as i am to be the farthest thing from it interesting like i think like i would be a gnarly pirate and like just have a sick boat and like be on the hunt for that that booty you know always looking for that booty the pirate booty or i would just totally be like posted up in some village on like the nordic shore like or wherever shores makes sense for the era. Yeah i know. I could be totally hardcore totally not at all. I think it's interesting. I think maybe speaks to you as creative as well because with us because and and again that's sort of harking back what you said at the party was like you're somebody who who seeks out comfort in the sense that you could be comfortable and and find a path of with that feels good. Feels kinda right but you also have a party you. That is a thrill seeker. And a gambler and a risk taker. And i think that like to not psychoanalyze your higher decision That's fine definitely roshni. No had no what. I what i what i mean to say is that i think a lot of especially the mid us mid twenty people like i think The the call for comfort is lot quieter when you're younger because everything's uncomfortable but once you start finding little pockets of comfort or start realizing how much more it kinda hurts to have discomfort and how hard it is to ignore this comfort. I think that once you start understanding your relationship with comfort it gets a lot more complicated. So i think that there's part of me that that would love to just sort of like fuck off to a cabinet in colorado and just call it a day and not really you know do anything more ever. Ironically that could be very uncomfortable. You know but also you know. I i think part of what would make it. Uncomfortable is the other side. Wants me to keep like playing the table and coming back to the casino. That is this music. No i definitely have like creative personality traits that contradict each other a lot like very very picky about some things and just very so easy going about others. You know every artist is. John lack fast That's ninety we're please expand on that every artist just wants the dog in the house in be out but there's always something that brings them back result. Yeah that's always something that brings you back..

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"griff" Discussed on Talking Lion

Talking Lion

05:47 min | 9 months ago

"griff" Discussed on Talking Lion

"Com to place your first order now back to the show coming up beautiful. 'cause that's that's a really cool so cool yeah. I love that song. I love beautiful. I one of my closest collaborators. In best friends. I met at a camp in italy in two thousand eighteen which is kinda how ended up meeting stellar. And therefore you. Who's your friend. My friend has rick anima a writer and he's but We've done so much together over the pandemic even before the pandemic after as well that'll happen i don't know if he wrote that one during before the pandemic because he was the one person i would like break quarantine with because we're both like locked up being safe and our other buddy chemo was stuck in amsterdam. Because he's from there and so we were at his home studio in studio city and we were just writing making making a song and and a lot of what you hear In that record is actually from the day of like it was the demo. Vogel like a lot of the production. That's there's just through on the board when we are you know messing with it. And what the thing that i think makes special is is really good representation of like my writing relationship with rick which is like just. It feels good bike. That's on feels good to me to listen to felt good to write. It feels good to play like nothing about it was like challenging or heart you know. And that's i think something. I've definitely like strive to achieve with music and writing and making music is like it shouldn't be that hard. Like like trusting. Your instinct is like so like full proof my opinion. Obviously you need to edit things and have technique. I love demo vocals for that very reason. Is that like. It's very hard to sure what what you sound like when you're first singing a song connect with. Yeah no it is. It's so it's it's kind of an unexplainable that i don't quite understand yet but like you will never get the same feeling vocal unless you're a truly exceptional artists have that emotion that you can find like the day of it just people like because that's the closest you get to hearing your song for the first time. That was the experience that we crave for ourselves. That we can't ever have but like you know. We hope that anybody who hears us has a great first time listening experience. That's why it's actually really good to spend the time with the extra hour..

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"griff" Discussed on Talking Lion

Talking Lion

04:52 min | 9 months ago

"griff" Discussed on Talking Lion

"Remember talking to you about because you were writing at that point and more or less like the session grind in style and i remember you. We did have like the the brief chat on the would you ever do. The artist. Thing are really focused on roger. Remember because i remember things that i don't about me or like an encounter with meeting events like almost like a time capsule of like you know whatever you were at that moment this is bill shuhada cast has always been a bit of a time capsule for us as well but also. Yeah i think that whenever anybody is honest about like what. They want their trajectory in their journey to be. I really make a note of it. Because i love to things more than anything. Which is Watching it come true and watching it change. Because i think that both are really exciting because if you have a trajectory and you get what you want good for you. Hope you're happy and healthy but also late. Life moves in such a complicated and chaotic way. That like the reasons we change what we want are also really powerful For sure i remember you saying that and then you know cut ahead. Two years where So what have i said we. You see said that you were you're writing and doing the grind and that that was what your life was looking like that that what you sort of like felt. You were the most useful and i can help. There was a hesitancy delay. You said because you were saying. I also write for myself too but like i don't really like That's not really what i talk about. Parties i think you said that specifically i could definitely see myself saying. That's yeah that sounds like maybe had a beer in me but also probably i think it might have been driving at night. I well i. I also like i kinda like i. I tend to like pull out people to just like little little gems Gems of the truth but the the funny thing is is that we were you know. Cut ahead two years. We were just swimming at a friend's pool. And i hear song i think it's awesome it. Palach zam and your name pops. Not would. I think he's leaving low. Oh sick yeah so. I was like this is really really cool. Super great like it was a bit of a summer vibe. But like i love i love that kind of lyricism in doubt a little bit of a downer on upbeat song. Like or Upbeat song like. I love contrasting like feeling with lyric as like the happy like upbeat kind of song and then just like a little bit of a somber moment when that was that was you know what was great was i was like i know him. It's like oh fuck your heart is doing it so so i just like to show your text. Are you good. Yeah but that's the kind of thing that like i. I really love. And why. I think we sort stayed in. This is just. It's exciting to see people make those big decisions than run without.

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"griff" Discussed on Talking Lion

Talking Lion

03:58 min | 9 months ago

"griff" Discussed on Talking Lion

"Yeah i guess you're right. I like accidentally went down the rabbit hole about five minutes before you came on like the whole a godal. Assure bah a strange loop thing. There's no book on it right. Yeah the whole idea. That like the i that we like assign ourselves is really a metaphor for how we have like handled symbolic data etc. But that like it's not a particularly unique thing like anything that takes data at a level can organize it into an is system. You know this is the footnote version of like a five hundred or seven hundred page book. Or whatever i trust but they call at the strange loop which is a strange heard that before. Yeah for which is a strange loop is anything. it's a paradox. where it's a hierarchy system that can only go one direction but somehow can still connect with itself interesting. It's in mathematics in its in logic. It's like the you know. This statement is false one direction so like the band. yeah see. we're jumping all around now. Yeah yeah. I would argue out argue that the direction is a strange lube. They're only they're only going up and yet they still connect back to where they started out as fair. You know well very meta take on it for sure seeking a strange loops. What did what did you do during the pandemic like. How did you some days. I remember some days. I don't i think yeah. The pandemic was such a flash of time for me at least like my perception. Time definitely was weird during have a lot of fun working on zoom and working alone just on music I spent a lot of time at home with my parents. I cooked a lot. I got really good at panic attacks. Oh you've got gotta get you know like yeah. Yeah definitely a hobby. I'm i'm quitting but that was definitely a phase of the pandemic. I mean you gotta learn your breathing. Otherwise you start losing mobility you..

"griff" Discussed on Talking Lion

Talking Lion

04:35 min | 9 months ago

"griff" Discussed on Talking Lion

"Will get a free shirt now back to the show. We record this episode with our friend. Griff clawson i spent griff had a songwriter. Showcase hosted by our mutual friends stole are following. That would see him some of the parties we hosted at our house but during the pandemic we lost touch only recently. I stumbled upon one of his songs and decided to get back in touch. We recorded this following the release of a single beautiful. He's about to put out his next single called haircut. A great songwriter seamlessly transition into being an artist. Gift losses. a nice kid and we're glad we got a chance to reconnect with him here so without further ado and this is talking. Oh hey what's up. Hello welcome back to the house i. It's good to be back. It's been a solid minute. I think we're trying to figure out that maybe two years since we actually threw parties and had people over. You know right. You showed me the time travel talking. It feels a little bit like time travel. Yeah very true kind of close your eyes wake up in his two years later and honestly this whole year does feel like a weird kind of time machine especially because like everybody is acting like the last year and a half didn't happen yet like happened in the most intense way also didn't happen the most intense way which is a very weird like thing to think about every day almost feel psychologically unhealthy permanently scarring like away are. We're not talking about anything i think. I'm definitely opting more early-morning Ignoring it looking at it. I get hit embarrassed where i'll be like you know she invokes or you know out somewhere and then suddenly realize like fuck. We did not do this for a year. And a half. And i feel weird weird. I mean. i wonder honestly didn't or haven't done this research. But i'm curious like how it affected people in like nineteen eighteen. The spanish flu and like what the decades-long repercussions were following. That kind of thing you know. I am buzzfeed. Better get on it. We both regret it. Because i definitely will click on articles. I click on them all the time. We accidentally wind up in the In the vortex of the top five lists number four will shock you. I read an article yesterday about the science and history of birthday cake. Flavoring name like flavor will not just not the idea of birthday cake apart from the food science..

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Schumer: Vote on Infrastructure Bill Could Come Within Days

Hidden Brain

01:30 min | 10 months ago

Schumer: Vote on Infrastructure Bill Could Come Within Days

"Rare Sunday sessions underway the Senate as negotiators complete thousands of pages of text in a trillion dollars bipartisan infrastructure bill, said a majority leader Chuck Schumer, once the legislative text of the agreement is finalized and I understand it is being finalized imminently. I will offer it as a substitute amendment. As I've always promised, And then the Senate can finally begin voting on additional amendments. Given the thoroughly bipartisan nature of the bill, I expect will be able to consider all the relevant amendments and finish the bill in a matter of days. Humor says that after the work is done, he'll push through a $3.5 trillion so called human infrastructure bill for its social programs. Three members of Congress, including Missouri Democratic representative Cori Bush slept outside the U. S Capitol overnight. They were protesting the inaction by their colleagues to allow a federal moratorium on evictions to expire. Bush spoke to Fox's Griff Jenkins. I can't for the life of me understand why we are saying it's okay to force people out of their homes because as legislators or because our, uh the powers that be didn't make it happen for anywhere from 7 to 11 million people. This is unconscious. Unconscionable is inhumane, which took to Twitter to call out President Biden and Senator Chuck Schumer to extend the moratorium, as well as asking House Speaker Nancy Pelosi to reconvene the House for a vote during the August recess.

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Texas Gov. Abbott Vows to Build a Border Wall With Mexico

Purity Products

00:42 sec | 1 year ago

Texas Gov. Abbott Vows to Build a Border Wall With Mexico

"Governor Greg Abbott has announced he will build his own wall as the border surge continues Functions. Griff Jenkins is in Del Rio, Texas, migrants coming from more than 35 different countries as far away as Africa. In Romania and other places where I'm standing, though, has been at hot, mostly all Venezuelans coming from here, and we've learned from the DPS agents and the other border officials here that it is highly highly organized. The Venezuelans come all the way to the little town of Acuna undertaken specifically to this spot every afternoon. Governor Abbott also plans to increase the number of arrests, mate.

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"griff" Discussed on Dave Berry's Dadpod

Dave Berry's Dadpod

05:02 min | 1 year ago

"griff" Discussed on Dave Berry's Dadpod

"Stoop flunk got these model. Well i'm pleased to hear them given out so much died vice but it is a special section of of this. Podcast look forward to in the past. I've been given assume. Excellent ones Chris kamara said he always likes to check in on his kids. They're older but he likes to make a phone call to them. And just see if everything's okay. A tim minchin said that it was very important. Put your your your phone's away enjoy the moment instead of trying to capture all on video. Just actually be in that moment a comedian. Rebecca said take as much time as you kind in the bathroom A lot of time on your pollution's because it's the only downside you can get Joseph spoke of something lucky dip but the lesser side by the better. What would you will kind of. Boil it down. What would your one piece of advice bay for. The parents are listening to this right now. Oh oh gracious just from my my piece of advice is do as you want kids to be naught because they basically somewhere along the line. We'll unaware go to now. It's taking my kids how to behave. But if you type behavior that yourself then you don't have a hope so seriously. Think what kids do is take huge paul small personalities straight out of us an expert me to into the real world and they do that because any may come at different way so like. I'm a little bit excitable erotica that work and i do think that was. That was a mistake for the kids. Jeremy dot is not like a very funny one but if you the things that you worry about or concern yourself for a really mean takes care for about the catholic about making to obtain new life because they then they become part of the way. That does the you'll child looks to you know and and that's good things so hugh analyst a straightforward people become. You'll children as a a to sort extremely extent my kids saw in a very straightforward of people. I'm really proud of that. Jimmy was sometimes. I see when they're when my daughter's been upset about appear that's may i sort of created that loop it because i was too worried about things are doing in the middle of a life. You know. i'm i'm guilty of that so that you've given me much think about. I'm sure that's the same for everybody listening to this grip. Finally there's an old saying about choosing a favorite child now. You don't have to name them. Do you have a favorite child. Yes oh no. I love mike chillier correct something. In fact. what's weird is that. They both spent a lotta time. You've done this or you've done this for him but you haven't done. This is that we have to kef you end up with two. I mean we were quite greedy because we got two kids. We saw us wanting to change and understood. I entered the car toys. And you can stick to in the back and we say you're a boy and a girl so we we had two kids on. We were sort of a perfectly matched evenly. But there's no doubt the under those circumstances to kids do see themselves as rivals if you look at okay. That's good to know. I griffith thank you so much for your time and for being so funny and informative and it's been so lovely to hear about your parents journey and i'm so pleased for you and your partner that you become grandparents again. That's just the most wonderful news and whilst he's already thinking if you having those big hogs and stuff and thank you very much appreciate it. Wants a pleasure to spend some time in the company of the legend. Today's grief read john's of surely gray. He did not disappoint also. Thank you very much indeed. See you guys taking the time to listen to the that part and for leaving those nice reviews are really do appreciate it and thank you to those of you who have emailed may continue to do. So it's dave berry part at g. Mouth dot com cape in common. I love to know that you'll find in this podcast helpful next time. Well my gasoline. That party is going to be a very funny father. Indeed jason manford will be talking parenthood and going back on four and of course what it was like to be that giant hedgehog or.

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"griff" Discussed on Dave Berry's Dadpod

Dave Berry's Dadpod

05:43 min | 1 year ago

"griff" Discussed on Dave Berry's Dadpod

"Spending time with your parents. I won't that for many people but not for all is a kind of introduction to two comedy and entertainment when your kid yourself now we spoke about gwinnett and yet that elwyn oversee who your grandson was named off the which is a lovely thing was a doctor and what we'll get onto that shortly but what i wanted to know initially was kind of remember my dad when all was smoke showing me dive allen and he was sat in the chair with the loss of scotch and he was doing his funny monologues just kind of a lifelong love affair began. Did your mama that introduced the things that might be. Set you off on the path that you would follow was very much about carving out your own niche with that and hiding under the dubai in the bedroom type thing. You have to be careful because what keeps to. Is they find it. It's you put things in their blood stream which you don't intend to because it's not. It's not like i offer don. I sail in a boat still muslim yet. Because my dad used to take his from human sheet like saddam hussein and he takes his leave. one time of he'd go off. You know heated this lockdown. He was about the most anti-social burst it was possible. You never get so. We'd have to get you to this boat with the room on the whole family room to lie like sort of like a super those sort of those sort of get it shakes eight three six. We could lead head to toe. I'd be staring into my interbike. A mom's feet and sort of sharing a bucket battleground buchnevich. I understand exactly so now. I find that. I have to do that on holiday myself. I can't think of any other folks. I think even doing it was bad. Why do i have to delete now. So all i'm saying. Is you know you may be token. May feel you might come to a point where you need your son to you. Listen to something more in education. But he'd already you're ready income if you spend most nights lying prostrate what she won't she dave you'll find that he grow up and you'll be completely addicted today whether he wants to be thinking at some point on what i'll do. I'll move the mold for dave kitchen out. You've already done it so you have to be careful. So my dad walls. He loved comedy. Had he left an weapon those days. She's just for a site 'cause people under the age of fifty listening. I just want to say in those days. There was no remote control. Okay wow identity. Let let that sink in for every great. No way of sort of getting you had to get up to try and not only worth getting out because there was mb two channels it literally. Try the other one. That would be a conversation. Try the we never did. We never did we. And that's the thing that's important about cates a uae. I think we all such well. Educated balanced chook a treatment with a real young people know infant surveys too. Because when we watch with my daughter was growing if she wanted to watch nothing but cheap soaps she could she could find cheeks all every six she wanted she could spend a year she. Buffy the vampire slayer just get nothing else. Sat down in front of the television with my dad. First of all we had to wash panorama was no choice. Family was not allowed to say. I'm going to rub rubbed watch to watch endless dave. There was no carrots. We all have to sit as a fab. What's but that's why they manage to make panoramic look just as boring as is now. But point was we had to watch. It was no kids. Want to go down a panorama wormhole on youtube do wants to lose themselves in our really. No no no no. No no no so so tina. That big change did not in your house. You may find that you need to do this. I think i i'm just trying to happened. Note now tom record to twelve separate it out trump because the television was wait. Phyllis kate was about the size of a mobile phone. I mean this is how it was. Just sort of. The screen was so tiny at a black white that everybody had to gather round of staggered as a family really construct and nobody was the housing that the screen came in was the size in august enormous but there was a funny little sort of globe in the middle of it which would go which would which would sort of unit which would take a little time to warm up a winning. Wait when you switched off it would sort of very the catholic slowly disappear into little sort of white blood. Anyway that would say is that. And so i grew up in society. Where a fault. This is likely people not just right to passage findings to the pack giddy. Something like that. She's the fall of the had. A chat it's colleen.

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"griff" Discussed on Dave Berry's Dadpod

Dave Berry's Dadpod

06:22 min | 1 year ago

"griff" Discussed on Dave Berry's Dadpod

"Sat on a tractor. Granddad can graded. You'd see in thinking what i'm doing things. Everything about kids anyway is doing things that they wanna know. They're discuss what they did yesterday to talk about. Being a child is eternal president. So it's it's just takes with so face time is with. I'll have tried putting mosques puzzle and An offense caught play trying to steal his food. But we actually funded the time. It's easier to talk from spending a supper because he is sort of engaged in having supper thing that goes on the kids today when they wear those those bibs and all the food. He's at that age hoffy catching his mouth off. Who goes you'd be. Peeps was alleged on the on the bottom try. Yeah and he said what he hasn't he out of the beep at as time goes on so it's instructive for me. Because i like to do self. I'm getting to the state where actually at like one of those bids think one of those bids would be useful. It's wasteful. i like as a character. I'm not wasteful. But i have to be more careful. Because i do get up for lying in front of the television watching. She bounced shift and eating my evening meal say taught which is complicated and found most of it right down. The phantom assume all of the spencer beautiful sort of thing. That's because you've got a nobody. Yeah now you know so. So i love talking to when he's when he's having this milk because he's got he's not going to run away you know he's stock until he'll talk. Tell us what easy to install captive audience. I think he's a good piece of advice. If you're dating with two toddlers having them as a captive audience is a good way of getting the best time that you can with them particularly in face time type situation yes and you know the funny thing about kids is this is the weirdest thing about being parent issue realized that the story of growing up. How do you kate state. I've got one daughter and she was. She's two now she was to to okay. Yeah i've got bad news feron. It's just a bad and truthful. Just what happens so at some point. A child little baby starts crying because they want something a actually actually. They're actually did just crying. That's the first lie but the child sort of gives you said what i'm this is quite harsh headmasters but the is about about. Your children is the golden period is when they gaze into dave's and they love you unedu- just perfect and they want to get every every single thing and gradually to get until they reach age of fifty when they don't even knowledge your present and that is a graduate front set that is growing up a becoming adult where kids gradually move into their own worlds their life and their own personalities and bad private. And that's you know that's the sort of story great. That's what's really interesting. Today's my monster. She's a great and lovely. It's lovely she's in a. She's being in. Gwen thought relates. That's it is. Yeah grandma so the thing you discover as she few old elderly now. You wouldn't cause young young go. I have no might. My my son who is ninety. Nine is a great grandmother two to three children. My daughter my sisters to do that. Trump's mine that it's just it's a nice thing. I finally going into the care home that she's in. It would be nicer thing but unfortunately there in which we live that one. So that'll that sorta come. So that's what we can say to granny's is it's something to look forward to to get you through this. Is you have to sort of hockey kids have. But what's really is my mom dipsy Very a code idea. I've got a house up here stuff we should swell up in acids d- gallup's here some visitor such and you am i the funny thing as the has appeared out you'll huffy content to have your children if you just there a magnetic goes away in like she'll sit in the room. She doesn't have anything new to tell me that she. I mean nothing happens to be on. Its lockdown but after we we stayed and key joss won't assault of a community with me. That never goes away. Last night is lovely. But it's true you'll find unknown not saying this is really weird because i'm here to be the oldest person you'll ever can't talk to but the thing is that what's weird is he comes to us well. I perfectly happy so you eyesight either catholic yet come to wait. Christmas crests Now everybody come on. We've got good housing salah rock and roll classics will go all the things. The toys everything she said. I'm gonna. i'm she's to come all the way to suffolk for christmas. I said no. She said no going to tired. I said oh catherine slip right at the end there. You could've at least you're starting to said you do this. Don't you come. She said know. I've got really cheap flight on christmas day. He doesn't stay super to cheat. I want you to spend christmas. City ghetto watching films and a district Today for for eight exactly what. We do.

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"griff" Discussed on Dave Berry's Dadpod

Dave Berry's Dadpod

04:31 min | 1 year ago

"griff" Discussed on Dave Berry's Dadpod

"The triggering chat with my tour terrible father walmart now. They're presenting myself. Finish right just up just another city that we city wave Skype won't hello welcome. Today's episode of the berries that part where for two years. Now we've been celebrating parenthood. And i've been getting invaluable advice from some very special guests. My daughter eva. This poll cost is a little bit older now but there is still clearly so much for me to learn and that is why i am delighted to be joined on the dot pod by a comedian writer actor. Ob recipient and father to george and catherine and grandfather to elwin and heiress griff rhys jones. Hello griff gave you come to role quarter of the world and from i've always takes people still listen. Let's goat a grief eighties. Honestly so lovely having you on. I thank you for your time. And i want to start by saying congratulations on becoming grandparent. For the second time by ariza's board just back in january so my first question is you must be counting down the days until you can have a proper cada and say hello. yes. I am a coke. Of course. now. I've be assay here dave. I adore watch. Grow up a little bit babies. You know this wonderful fate in would house where are by. It's gussie fink. Thing are comedies. They go and they have. They go the park with premise to have competitions to see the ugliest baby i well i left but so we got off to a terrible start which on there will actually be focusing on fantastic. I am but i miss seeing a win Who is Two and a half now he is just he's just the most he's just beautiful. I mean i've never had a child it in my family's be beautiful. He's just beautiful kid and he's so good natured an adventurous fantastic and so on like his father. You'll some will be thrilled. Say this i know. So how have you found the role of grandparent oversee. You're you're falling over them in your speaking so about them and i just love to hear that it makes my heart swell but the moment as you say when they become a little more interesting does he feel very different to being a dad does he does totally talk. Brian's clearly what isn't it funny. This year lifted responsibility slightly. So you do you can go for. I mean i don't mind if i have a baby's become does when you're actually in the middle of being very very very active. I mean your life a die. If i know is full of things. You've got lots of things as a bloke to get on with would get to my age. I got so much to do with the truth. So if owing wants to sit on the tractor for ten minutes. Aren't they mind. I'm perfectly happy when you if he was my son. Be going come come. We've we gotta finish now. We've had we been there are no. It's fun and they were not going anywhere. Thinking of making noise never done that. Come on come on. We got a game now. We go to get in the car. So there's sort of fat and the great thing about being a grandparent ensued. You can pick up. Let's say and then we'll move and hand him straight back to mom and that's sort of aspects of it. Is chris adorable up on a desert element of one team of sort of you. You have So you have to go. We've done a lot of face time. And i have to admit the being grandparent and finding yourself site to two and a half year old boy. What did you do today and he you can see him. Thinking christ.

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Why Spotify Is in It to Win It

Sounds Profitable

01:50 min | 1 year ago

Why Spotify Is in It to Win It

"Well thank you everybody for joining me here today. We're with a grip caprio who was previously at his own podcast production company and the branded space griffin. I actually met on the quired. Fm a slack channel and started talking about my spotify article which this is the podcast companion for group showed me that. He shared a lot of those same opinions. Probably three to six months before. I even started posting on sounds profitable so we talked a lot about it afterwards. He definitely was a big influence in my follow up article and i thought it would be great to introduce some of you to him because he's got some great perspectives on this. So griff how you doing today doing great. Thanks for having me brian. It's a great to join here on the on the podcast. Yeah it's great to have you here and so you know. We talked about spotify a lot. And this is what the conversations going to be about today and one of the things that we had talked about was spotify goal. Isn't just podcasting right. it's it's about owning the ear. What's that mean to you overall. And what do you think that that means for. Podcasting specifically yeah. That's a good question. I think one of the things to keep in mind is spotify is not assuming that the future of podcast listening. Looks like the past. And i think that's important lens to kind of come out the moves into decisions that they're making and so when they talk about owning the year you know they really don't see podcasting as any different than or frankly audio books or meditations. They see it as audio content. And so if you're listening to something in the headphones they wanna be where you're streaming it from and so much like facebook didn't care what you're reading your news feed. It could be articles that could be photos from families it could be you know news updates. Spotify really doesn't care what you're listening to songs. It's streamed from them

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Surge in unaccompanied migrant children enter the U.S.

Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

00:42 sec | 1 year ago

Surge in unaccompanied migrant children enter the U.S.

"The number of unaccompanied children crossing into the. Us is up nearly one hundred percent when you compare last february two this february. That's according to a us. Border patrol official in the west texas new mexico region with a capacity crunch is being acutely felt according to the washington. Post the administration looking at flying migrants. Because they're so overwhelmed. North towards the canadian border. I can tell you. At least one patrol official or employee is already in the process of being moved south to help out in the manpower issue. This as we already knew that migrants were being from the rio grande valley sector to el paso earlier this week but back in washington administration still not calling it a crisis. Fox's griff

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Nick Cannon says he is on 'a journey of atonement' and 'not seeking forgiveness'

Nightline

01:21 min | 1 year ago

Nick Cannon says he is on 'a journey of atonement' and 'not seeking forgiveness'

"We turn now to nick cannon sitting down for his first tv interview since widespread condemnation over his antisemitic comments. Here's abc's linsey davis. You've made a very clear distinction between an apology versus atonement home. Are you seeking forgiveness of. Not seeking forgiveness on seeking for growth nick. Cannon is not asking for forgiveness but after what he said this past summer many think he should. After years of building his brand bigoted comments he made on one. Podcast through his stardom and future into a tailspin. These people who didn't have what we had. And when i say we speak of mela native people they had to be savages. They had to be barbaric kittens class episode featured richard griffin aka professor griff. Who had been kicked out of public enemy back in one thousand nine hundred eighty nine for anti semitic comments here nick retread anti semitic conspiracy theories and questioned the birthright of the jewish people semitic people are black. Can't be antisemitic when the semitic when we are the semitic people when we are the same people that you who they want to be that's our birthright sow birthright.

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Biden administration leaves border towns on edge

Austin's Morning News

01:28 min | 1 year ago

Biden administration leaves border towns on edge

"Out the Biden administration to help border towns deal with the influx of migrants flooding the U. S border. The failure of the federal government to protect our border and to protect our citizens who lived on that border is unforgivable. U S Customs and Border Protection Numbers show The number of migrants crossing the border have been almost doubling over the past few months compared to the same time a year ago. One thing, and then they act out the other side of the issue with open arms and not defending our border. Not paying the boots on the ground in the resource is necessary to be sure that those immigrants are coming in and directly impacting our small communities there, then left saddled with the public health crisis. There's a growing concern over the number of Children have been crossing the border newsman Griff Jenkins is in Madam Morris. The only thing that's left in this migrant camp oven over two years ago under President Trump's remain in Mexico is the cleanup job. All of the migrants that were inside have left this camp is being closed. There were about 800 Miles. It's in this camp in Madam Morris, most of them heading over to Brownsville, Texas. However, not all got across one migrant. We talk to Jorge Garcia said He spent 14 months in these dire and difficult conditions, but the lion's share of the migrants were able to cross legally under Biden's new policies. Officials of the real Grande Valley sectors say the A number of migrants who have crossed the border is almost double compared to the same time just a year ago. When you tell them look, we're not gonna deport you might even give you Asylum and

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Trump's legal team takes the Senate floor

San Diego's Morning News with Ted and LaDona

00:27 sec | 1 year ago

Trump's legal team takes the Senate floor

"Trump's defense team will start its arguments today in the Senate impeachment trial is Trump's legal team takes the floor look for them to focus on the former president's language before the riot. Trump's lawyers met last night with GOP senators Graham Cruise and lead to discuss strategy. As Cruz says, the Democrats have failed to prove their case and exposed their own UPA Chrissy. Then there's the math of an acquittal, 17. Republicans will have to cross the aisle to convict and there's no indication that many have been swayed. That's Griff

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"griff" Discussed on Auf zwei Bier

Auf zwei Bier

03:42 min | 1 year ago

"griff" Discussed on Auf zwei Bier

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"griff" Discussed on Auf zwei Bier

Auf zwei Bier

05:35 min | 1 year ago

"griff" Discussed on Auf zwei Bier

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"griff" Discussed on Auf zwei Bier

Auf zwei Bier

04:37 min | 1 year ago

"griff" Discussed on Auf zwei Bier

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"griff" Discussed on Auf zwei Bier

Auf zwei Bier

04:07 min | 1 year ago

"griff" Discussed on Auf zwei Bier

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"griff" Discussed on Auf zwei Bier

Auf zwei Bier

05:13 min | 1 year ago

"griff" Discussed on Auf zwei Bier

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Washington, D.C. In Lockdown As Inauguration Approaches

This Morning with Gordon Deal

00:35 sec | 1 year ago

Washington, D.C. In Lockdown As Inauguration Approaches

"Days before the inauguration of a new president, the nation's capital is locked down really surreal. The 21,000 National Guard troops from seven states have this city locked it down from the Capitol to the White House streets I saw this morning have been blocked by guard trucks. There's checkpoints with soldiers armed with him for rifles boxes. Griff Jenkins, the FBI worried We're concerned about the potential for violence. Multiple protests and rallies plans here in DC and its state Capitol buildings around the country. In the days to come. FBI Director Christopher Race as they are monitoring online shatter about possible violence.

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Powerless to change result, Pence braces for Trump's fury

News and Information with Dave Williams and Amy Chodroff

00:40 sec | 1 year ago

Powerless to change result, Pence braces for Trump's fury

"Ready to count electoral votes and facing pressure. From the president hears Griff Jenkins in those jumpy tensions are surely going to rise even more with the war, not victory over Leffler, who's one of the three senators leading the challenges today. Now Pence's problems started hours ago in the president Tweeted this If Vice President Mike Pence comes true force, we will win the presidency. Many states wanted to certify the mistake they made in certifying, incorrect and even fraudulent numbers in a process not approved by their state legislatures, which it must be Mike consented back, but The New York Times reports that Pence told the president he did not have the power to block congressional certification.

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Election officials debunk ‘ridiculous’ claims about election fraud

Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

01:07 min | 1 year ago

Election officials debunk ‘ridiculous’ claims about election fraud

"Setbacks in court for president trump. I'm dan anthony fox news. Hopefully the next administration will be the trump administration because you can't steal hundreds of thousands of democrats say his fraud claims aren't true the. Us supreme court refused to intervene in pennsylvania and jerry zona supreme court tonight a republican attempt to block. Joe biden's win there so did nevada's nevada. Gop says they're extremely disappointed in this dismissal. Noting they were not allowed to argue the case before the court writing in a statement. This folded novel intimate due process and appellate rights is truly unprecedented shocking and extraordinary. Fox's griff jenkins now. Texas is getting involved a republican attorney general filing attempt at the us supreme court to invalidate presidential election results in georgia michigan pennsylvania. Wisconsin ken paxton told. Fox's hannity job is to make sure that the competition fall in that every vote counts and in this case. i'm not sure that every vote was counted. Not in the right way. Ernie's general in those states responded dismissive of this texas attempt calling it embarrassing insignificant irresponsible and a publicity stunt

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Long-Shot Texas Case Urges Supreme Court to Act on Trump Election Challenges

Eric Harley and Gary McNamara

00:53 sec | 1 year ago

Long-Shot Texas Case Urges Supreme Court to Act on Trump Election Challenges

"Star State arguing unreliable election counts in four states effectively disenfranchised Texas voters suing battleground states, Pennsylvania, Georgia, Michigan and Wisconsin, asking the U. S Supreme Court to declare their state certification in violation of the electors clause in the 14th amendment. Thus, their electoral college votes cannot be counted. Texas, his attorney general Ken Paxton, explains. We're pleading with US Supreme Court. Please hear our case. Give us a chance, at least argue what we think is right way want to argue the Constitution, Arkansas, Alabama, Louisiana, possibly Missouri supporting this case, although it's unclear if the high court will actually take it up his Griff Jenkins reports. In fact, the high court yesterday declined to hear a challenge to Pennsylvania's election results. And the state supreme Courts in Nevada and Arizona have also rejected election challenges.

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Trump Campaign files lawsuit to invalidate Georgia presidential election results

Smart Oil and Gas

00:31 sec | 1 year ago

Trump Campaign files lawsuit to invalidate Georgia presidential election results

"Legal team finally more lawsuits in Georgia over the results of the 2020 election. Fox is Griff Jenkins reporting from Valdosta. President's legal team filing. A new lawsuit yesterday came after the secretary of State's office rejected that viral video purporting to show a little valley coming in Fulton County. However, in another lawsuit brought by conserving Attorney Lin Wood, the 11th circuit Court of Appeals judge there, judge nominated by President Trump projected Linwood standing

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Biden maintains lead as key races narrow in Arizona, Georgia

The Paul W. Smith Show

01:24 min | 1 year ago

Biden maintains lead as key races narrow in Arizona, Georgia

"After election Day in some states are still counting votes while President Trump has been filing lawsuits. Here's the latest from Fox's Griff Jenkins America but county counting the results showed the president picked up some 10,000 ballots. However, he still trails behind Biden by just over four points with 84%. Of the precincts reporting in Nevada, Biden leads by barely over a half a point. But in Georgia President Trump leads by about a half a point in North Carolina, Though Trump leads by roughly a point and a half, and in Pennsylvania, the president's leading by more than 2.5 points. Here are the deadlines for ballot counting in Pennsylvania. It's November 10th. Nevada, November 12th in North Carolina in Georgia, it's November 13th. The president is calling for a recount in Wisconsin, where Biden led by less than 1%. Trump has filed legal actions in Georgia, Pennsylvania and in Michigan in Georgia. Here in Fulton County in Atlanta, the poll workers are working hard there, cutting open envelopes, processing about 2000 votes every hour, taking open the envelopes, pulling out the bouts, flattening the bouts and then putting them through a scanner. We He really a steady trend over the past 24 hours votes going away from President Trump the lead with six digits 24 hours ago. It's down that just about 30,000 right now, there's still roughly 100,000 votes outstanding reporter

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Announcements from Nintendo Direct Mini

What's Good Games

03:08 min | 1 year ago

Announcements from Nintendo Direct Mini

"Billed as the last partner showcase of the year Nintendo, dropped some news on us today from studios both big and indie feared the Nintendo direct mini. Oh my God how Partner showcase here's the rundown I up bravely default to after getting roughly four minute run down some of the game's mechanics. Nintendo drop the news of the game finally has released eight, and that is get your pencils out February, twenty, six, twenty, twenty, one. Quote quote later today so I imagine it is already out on the Internet, you'll get a full video rundown of some of the fan requested changes based on the demo. Also story of season nears. All of town is due on March Twenty three Rd twenty, twenty one. There's also video that you could go look up. Surviving the aftermath has a spring twenty, twenty, one window on switch immortals. Phoenix rising also coming to switch December third nintendo reminded us that a way forward backward gun game is November third. The card based griff lands switch addition has a summer twenty, twenty, one window for switch. Tropico six is arriving on the switch November sixth of this year. And then we're also getting cloud versions, which I don't know what that means of Hitman three do in twenty, twenty, one and control ultimate edition which is out. The day that this thing without thirty up, you can go get it Let's see no more heroes to out today. Again in the past, it's already allocated while no more heroes three still coming twenty, twenty, one part time you have a from Hal, laboratory is also out to you can grab that and then there's going to be high rules Jairo Warriors Age. Of Calamity Demo that again already exists you can go grab all this stuff right now how exciting that this is exciting intendo things. Away. We're going to draw the question which actually was basically my question for Mr Yasmine from our community says I was wondering to hear your thoughts on control being cloud. Being, probably, a cloud version for the switch and you see this being a success, I don't intend to will be able to pull it off especially how they handle their online. So so the cloud stuff was only Japan. Until this announcement. So for example, Games like resident evil seven assassins, creed Odyssey, there's fantasy star online to the only way. You could play these games in Japan was through the cloud because if you look at the size of these games antennas, internal storage is only like what thirty two gigs so I. Can't do it right and plus like these games are just to the switch. So yeah, in Japan, what they've been doing is they've had this little cloud streaming service. So for the first time, it's being brought over here and for obviously the games that you just mentioned. And from what I've read that I, it sounds like it works like okay like it works it just depends again, like your Internet and obviously like you know you can't really travel with it because if you do then you have to switch hotspots depending on like if you're on the bus or you're on the subway or maybe at a restaurant and that usually causes you to get kicked out. So anyway, that's what that's all about. Whether or not it'll be successful I think with anything that's all based in streaming base. It's just to depend on where you're at and what your resources available are. But yeah. I know. But at least they're trying like good for you.

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'60 Minutes' aired its Donald Trump and Joe Biden interviews

News and Information with Dave Williams and Amy Chodroff

00:52 sec | 1 year ago

'60 Minutes' aired its Donald Trump and Joe Biden interviews

"Vice President Joe Biden aired on CBS's 60 Minutes yesterday. Boxes. Griff Jenkins has more the longstanding election year tradition but came it's about parties sitting down for interviews on the eve of the election with 60 minutes Trump Inspite Here's Hall did it, But this time one of them walked out in frustration. Okay, That's enough. Let's go get a little before the president cut the interview short, both he and by made their case for why they should be president. Addressing some of the most pressing issues facing the country from the corner, Viers To the economy. Although Biden ahead in many polls isn't taking anything for granted. President Trump plans three rallies in Pennsylvania today, Biden hosted a virtual online concert. Yesterday. U. S intelligence officials say they have found evidence of

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"griff" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

WCBM 680 AM

01:49 min | 2 years ago

"griff" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

"Does the White House and the US intelligence community, denying the New York Times report that the president had been briefed on reports the Russians were paying the Taliban to kill American soldiers in Afghanistan? Lighthouse press secretary Kayleigh Mcenany hinting a fake news. There are dissenting opinions from some in the intelligence community with regards to the veracity of what's being reported. The Defense Department says. There's no corroborating evidence, and the Russians are denying it as well. The Kremlin spokesman Dmitry Peskov, fishing a full for denial, calling out Nations of Bonnie's ridiculous, Among other adjectives. He used his Griff Jenkins, the Pentagon, the CIA and the director of national intelligence and the National Security Advisor, all issuing statements blasting the release of intelligence information. 10 Democrat lawmakers invited to a White House briefing on the matter today, several states they're hitting the pause button on some public activities. As the number of Corona virus infections and hospitalizations climb again. At least 15 states now reversing course, including California, Texas, Florida, Arizona and New Jersey. Government's top infectious disease. Doctors say the rise in covert 19 cases is largely fueled in part by people ignoring public health guidelines to keep their distance. And where. Master Jacky Baniyas Dr Anthony Fauci of the White House Corona Virus Task force, telling the Fox News rundown podcast masks diminished the risk. But if you put yourself in a situation with a crowd, it doesn't completely eliminate the risk is president Pence cancelling campaign events in Florida? At Arizona, the campaign says, out of abundance of caution China approving a contentious national security law that will allow authorities to crack down on what they call subversive and secessionist activity in Hong Kong. Despite that scores of pro democracy demonstrators gathering in Hong Kong today, America is listening.

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"griff" Discussed on Humans of Hospitality

Humans of Hospitality

09:30 min | 2 years ago

"griff" Discussed on Humans of Hospitality

"If we can make people feel great and we can serve great food and coffee then that'd be something really like to be involved with anyway that's a very along and that was more than the kind of Cliche American. Have a nice day kind of thing it was it felt like it was authentic and genuine. Yes just the yeah I suppose suppose opposite kind of happy yet but I think that's a perception and there's an element of dourness in English piece. We like to circle. We lied to be cynical lines not people down if you have a good day. You're more likely to be not bad than really good notepad what do you mean not bad as good as good all right right. It's good and I think there's just more of a positively in America. Maybe that's what's lubricated by the fact that they're in Texas twenty percent rather than our stingy ten but I think it still comes from a genuine place in the way in Europe as well being a waiter receivers in more of a professional. It's quite proper job. And if you derive wrong joy from in serving people delicious food and coffee and making that day then I can't think of many other jobs that provide you with that in a lot of conversation around the US tipping kind of culture. Isn't there they do about that. And how the gap donahue mentioned try to switch it off his his restaurants and say look. It's not the right approach. But that's probably a whole nother. podcast not why of expertise. But I think it's fascinating history work. Why the US literally pay their staff through everywhere through tips? Anyway you became sort of ice was known as being somewhat obsessive on your travels around the kind of research so you. Can you just explain how you would take that because it was beyond just a little idea I guess yeah it was quite. It was all to be honest. Missed so I should say I did. So of my traveling stint after university as opposed to before because as I said I got rejected twice from bath. Because I didn't get good Matt say level inside to retake my Matt say level. So my mates. We're all going to Australia Australia. And Thailand and getting whatever they were getting up to. I was reading college retaking my math say level so I said a bit later came to it. Having having had the seeds of this food thing that I might be up for and so after graduating I needed you to save some money to go traveling. The worst job I've ever had. Oh my God. I started counting down from like day. Four four into the job over the countdown getting by end insight and so whilst I was doing job I didn't love you I aw come on. You can't beat God. If you're if you're looking for a job they might give you recall of recruit but not it also. It was tough. It was started. Enjoy it but what I did enjoy was coming. Heim reconnecting housing with that memory and emotion from America and writing my business plan so I wrote my business plan for six months while saving up to go traveling then went traveling and I spent three months in India which was just incredible and then I went to go into Vietnam and Thailand and then sort of came back. What is this was in two thousand and seven? I think I think I graduated in two thousand and six six. It's close enough reconcile. So the business plan was written and I just couldn't stop thinking about it man Mike designed. It might logo I'd written my menus and it was all in my head but it wasn't real and so I couldn't stop thinking about it I was I remember in India was I've ever come across Chai before I thought God that'd be great. I reckoning people in anyone when that happens to live in the city that I eventually opened my place it wherever they come from would really came for. This is delicious and so I got recipes as from different restaurants. I went to and then this is going to be really hard to make in big quantities. So then I managed to source. These Chai Natural Chai drops and I went into a restaurant and I said listen. Can I five Chai's and could you make me five. China's exists then. I proceeded to go around this restaurant with these bloody tries. Asking these unsuspecting Indians and Germans in English and whoever happened to be in this restaurant which chided deep prefer and I remember dying around the end of it. Everyone seems to prefer the instance stuff. I felt great. Lots of and and it'd be easy to make and and I did that in one of the best restaurants I'd ever beat it in my life. It was incredible is called Rainbow restaurant deport overlook audible. Jibal will remember the city that overlooks a lake. Best dressed on one of the best restaurants. I've ever been to wasn't fancy it so cost a couple of quick but the food was incredible. The view was incredible and I was Chai tea tasting. You have any friends at this point have to persuade full backing to come along with me us a really good friend of mine from university and she said Yeah I quite similar to made it just kept on what he thinking my logo. What do you think of my menu? And of course people just not very good very good to kind of get you to move on and in Vietnam made friends and very quickly was like all right. So where do you go to lunch. Student doesn't it could be incredibly good nights out but yeah just sometime when you go to. I remember when I was flying from India to Vietnam I would have listened for American accents. Going sit next to them and say what he lodged bathtub and get people's email addresses. Say on thinking in this restaurant throughout the day now on marketing. Let me now. How could how just always thinking about it man? And then so that was Vietnam and Thailand. Island was the last straw basically arrived in Thailand and a two of a loop and then I ended up back in Bangkok and I remember UH spending days in shopping center in the food core watching people choose what they wanted for lunch and then art approach them and ask them why they changed that and what they thought d'alene gay just a Ye doing go and get on with it so I I remember it vividly of a bad memory by remember. This vividly jumped onto it. Took I went to the Emirates desk and I said I need so I booked a trip so two weeks planet longer but it just taking over your hey was taking over. I don't think about it when I woke up. All I did. Travel is an incredible incredible time. Did it then. Because I've been all in since Edin. I started FRESCA but it was taking up a disproportionate amount of time in my travels and so I thought it was already called Frisco in your head at this point or actually leaves. But it wasn't. It was called crunch foods which in hindsight was a bad name because crunch suggests crunchy salad. It might turn some people on but it might turn laid people off also looking out the window. Today's pretty because it's a little bit chilly and so are you putting a salad bar. England in hindsight probably wasn't the smartest move so credit crunch time as well it was time India who could play negative connotations but no it wasn't called Frisco it was called crunch I'd say the essence was the same the the essence of creating a food and drink place that makes people feel great was absolutely there just wasn't anywhere near as good you as Frisco created with Ed so when did that style then when did win the business actually start how did you meet Ed Wa doc so when the same university is as I did he went to Barth University. He didn't have to retake his math. SAY TALKING WAY OFF. He got first time but he went to the same. Mimi graduated in the same year in the same course as I did. Not that says about us so essentially but we never met we never class size of each other and it never interviewed him about what I did. Missed maybe of sooner or but Yes and we went to the same. All of that was the same apart. Didn't cross when I go back to the UK.

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