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Ghost Kitchens: The Biggest Trend You Never Heard Of

Business Wars Daily

03:28 min | 11 months ago

Ghost Kitchens: The Biggest Trend You Never Heard Of

"Space to multiple restaurants workers in a single dark kitchen may prep meals for say Wendy's sweet Greens and host of independent restaurants. All at once what? These ghosts kitchens have in common is what's not. Their consumers. Do Not darken their doors. There are no signs advertising delicious meals. No tables and chairs know waiters and waitresses. Just spaces were delivery drivers lineup to pick up their latest stash of Burgers and onion rings. Some like cloud kitchen owned by Uber's ousted. Ceo Travis Kalanick's go to great lengths to hide their kitchens. Locations calendar clearly takes the ghost named seriously. Here's what else they have in common. They are suddenly everywhere. Funded by investors hungry to take advantage of our seemingly insatiable desire to eat our meals on the couch. In the office. Kalanick's new venture has been buying up suitable real estate in the US. India and China according to Fortune magazine funding growth with four hundred million dollars of cash from the Saudi government. Last week ghost kitchen company TOPI which already has thirty locations announced it had secured another sixty million dollars in funding to build out fifty more kitchens in the US Saudi Arabia Dubai Kuwait and the UK. And then there's Pasadena based kitchen united which plans to build at least five thousand kitchens in the Coming Years Industry Publication Restaurant Business reports alphabet which owns Google is. An investor goes kitchen's promise advantages to people in different parts of the restaurant ecosystem. You're an independent chef dreaming of opening your own restaurant but without a million dollars to spare well. You can test your recipes and a ghost kitchen and create a virtual restaurant that exists only on a delivery. App like Grub Hub. Now you can get started for thousands of dollars and build a storefront or by a food truck only after you prove the concept if ever the promises and statistics have been so overwhelming in such a short time but now observers say there may be too many ghost kitchens. Investors have sunk at least five billion dollars into the new industry since two thousand eighteen. The Wall Street Journal reports restaurant business questions whether it's a setup for a bubble especially should a recession set in. Here's the logic when employment looked shakier. We lose a job. We start cooking again. Takeout sales Wayne and ghost. Kitchens can't fill their spaces. Ghost kitchens become ghost towns. I suppose you could say moreover there's already a backlash against some delivery services which have to keep growing to feed the ghost kitchen pipeline chains like olive garden in. Texas roadhouse are shunning third party delivery reports industry publication FSR restaurant executives at these restaurants. Say Third Party. Delivery hurts business. Diverting potential customers who would otherwise dine in order drinks at the bar and develop bonds the bartender in waitstaff. Some say their food doesn't travel well. And if it arrives at a customer's home or office cold well. The restaurant gets blamed. Not Grub Hubbard posts. Mates FSR says these restaurant leaders also questioned the wisdom of paying high commissions to outside delivery services for an outcome that well while it can raise revenues by twenty or thirty percent can shrink profits nearly as much still plenty of business leaders. Believe delivery is here to stay like kroger one of the nation's largest supermarket chains. It is so bullish on this trend that it's partnering with Ghost Kitchen Company Cluster truck. Yes you heard that right to offer meal

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"grub hubbard" Discussed on Ridiculous History

Ridiculous History

08:56 min | 1 year ago

"grub hubbard" Discussed on Ridiculous History

"That's a that's a head scratcher to what end the not send a real peach well Senator Chauncey depew. who had the street name? The Peach was was involved in the creation of this system so this was honoring him. But how much it was is a fake peach. Anyway it was a different time. Yeah we had some living things transported through there as well including a black cat Nobody quite knows why That they were just making sure. It's sort of like sending a monkey into space you know or that. What's that Space dog like a like Poor like that one didn't go so well. I learned a really heartwarming. Sad thing about uh her recent really. Yeah story REX ME Dude. Yeah the scientists the scientists who were going to send up into space of course they bonded with her because they're not monsters and the night before they launched like into space Scientists took her home to meet his family and and let she got to play with the kids. At least that's something. Hopefully she remembered that as she was. Lori okay. As far as we know the black black cat was okay. One of my favorite little anecdotes From that same article as they actually use the tube to send sandwiches From the Bronx to downtown post offices which means that the people who worked at the post office like. Hey why don't we just. I don't WanNa go outside while we just tube some some sandwiches up. I am envious of that now. Can you imagine if we could just tube food. That'd be nice. Oh be so out of shape. I would just tube stuff while I mean we have the the modern equivalent equivalent of that. which is grub Hubbard door? Dasher post mates. Yeah but you don't have to walk outside. If you're just tubes to you jordache become you have to walk outside. He's cracked the door. Just like put put a note just saying leave it on the on the door. I don't want to see another done. Of course. Wow just leave it on the door leave it on the door leave. Leave it on the doorstep not you. Don't just throw it at the door in poor form. That's militias compliance if anything So we know a little bit more. We're about this system. The pneumatic tubes. Were somewhere on an average team for six feet. Underneath the city streets they were owned by private companies and and the city paid them for rent and Labour according to the author of the works. Kate Ascher this system was imperfect unperfect it had high operating costs and Asher attributes these high operating costs to its eventual downfall in New York by one thousand nine hundred team and coordinate. This is an expert from the works. The federal government consider the annual rental payments made by the post office to be exorbitant. And they said we have to find a new alternative with a greater capacity for transport that ended up being the automobile. Hey Ben you're probably wondering how much were the annual Newell Rental Payments They were pretty steep in nineteen eighteen. It was seventeen thousand dollars per mile per year. Says that seventy thousand dollars for the whole thing. It's seventeen thousand dollars for one mile. You can see the argument there It does feel very expensive but contractors then some other stakeholders didn't want the tube to go away they were making money. handover vacuum and they Bunch of contractors has got together and successfully lobbied for the reinstatement of the pneumatic mail service in nineteen twenty two so is just out of commission from eighteen to twenty two and then it continued on until about nineteen fifty three The Vision System which lasted you know as we said till nineteen eighty-four covered a lot longer distance didn't it. Yeah Yeah. Yeah it's like two hundred and sixty nine mile. That's crazy so casey the is is para c a proportionately recently larger geographic area than New York City. I'm such it's new. York is way way bigger. So why Why why why was the? Why was the route in Paris? There is so much longer. Do you think I guess because it was crisscrossing all over the place right. That must be sort of like how you have miles and miles of Stuff inside you. Yeah that's a good point 'cause I guess It it seemed like Paris Really nailed it a little more and maybe it was more functional and it was less of a novelty like they were really using it much more functionally than New York when New York it was maybe a little a bit more of like A. I don't know well. How American is this part of the expense for the New York tubes was due to the size diameter the Parisian tubes were? Were I think much more slender. They were They were not super size. Like the New York wins. They were there. Were only two inches in diameter. So you could send sound like a letter you know what I mean. You could not send a cat not a regular size cat. You could say maybe like a miniature cat kitten you mean oh yeah that's where I always. That's a litter of kittens. That seems cruel. No that's just one these tubes. I mean we're any of so. Tell me again. The diameter ben only two inches So really was just designed for sending hand held items. Yeah I don't even think you fit a kitten in there. Have we talked yet about the notion region of Sending larger cargo through pneumatic tubes. Yes we absolutely should you see why. Stop with a fake peach. Why stop with a real cats? Why not go all the way? Why not make a pneumatic transport system for human passengers in seventeen ninety? Nine an inventor named George Medhurst Atta similar idea. He said okay. He's one of those people who said we could move. Things pneumatic so using the power vacuum His idea was do it through cast iron pipes which being credibly heavy but in eighteen twelve. He said you know what if we just if the the mechanism is sound we can just build a bigger tube and we can put people in them we can make He called them passenger carriages. So do the unfortunate thing about metres. He never actually got around to building this. He didn't have a pump that could create enough power to be a people mover. You know what but I mean it reminds me a little bit of the hyperloop. The the Elon. Musk a isn't powered by air pumps but the idea is to reduce friction in as much as possible and it does travel in a tube It's a very high powered People mover that would go from. La To San Francisco yet and the thing about that is the science is sound would work. It's just got a very high buying cost. You know what I mean. I know that happens anytime. You're building infrastructure of that size. We we know that before by the way just on the record. I've talked about this on a different show but I'm a huge fan of the hyperloop. It's it's crazy Z.. I don't know if it'll ever get bill. Gosh I hope it. Does we know that before the hyperloop there were people in the mid eighteen hundreds that were trying in to build something like this. They were called atmospheric railways. There were Ireland London Paris and the thing thing about London. That's interesting is their system was just designed to transport packages but it was already large enough to transport people the Duke of Buckingham Rockingham and several members of the board of directors of the London pneumatic. Despatch actually did go through a pneumatic tube. They rode one on October tenth. Eighteen sixty five to celebrate a new station dispatch station being opened and then later in eighteen sixty four there was a Say a prototype a concept you know that was shown at the Crystal Palace and they said look. We're going to build build a we're going to build a real version of this. It's going to connect Waterloo and charring cross by running under the Tim's N- is interesting because there. This exhibit train was powered by this gigantic fan and it was like twenty two feet across and then that was charged by steam engine. And so they would they would you you know get up to speed to push the tube and then they were just they were literally reverse the direction. We're going to pull. The tube seems to be the inherent flaw in large scale versions versions of this thing that the infrastructure is just that it's super large and requires a A quite large Power Source To generate that much. Suction right yeah. Yeah absolutely. We're in a situation. The species was in a situation where we were thinking okay. The potential here is amazing. Now we just have to be smart enough to figure out the details and a lot of people would would see one.

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"grub hubbard" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880

WCBS Newsradio 880

01:40 min | 1 year ago

"grub hubbard" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880

"That's ahead in five minutes at eight twenty five it's funny news WCBS with Bloomberg's Tracy junkie from records Friday two losses today the nasdaq down thirty seven point eighty to ninety three the S. and P. down five points and the Dow was up twenty nine points at twenty seven thousand to twenty one apple was a big help ahead of its profit news tomorrow afternoon and those Wall Street records they haven't done much to make Wall Street banks more profitable trading revenue at the biggest banks was the lowest in the first half of this year since the financial crisis so now we're hearing that city group is planning hundreds of job cuts in its trading division Amazon gave up on delivering lunch and dinner last month but that doesn't mean it's lost interest entirely shares of grub Hubbard a five month high as wallstreet speculates that the takeover in Europe's restaurant delivery business could signal a similar deal is coming to the US one stock analysts things GrubHub would be a good targets for an Amazon takeover with money news at twenty five fifty five on WCBS some Bloomberg's Tracy junkie with the Capital One quicksilver card you earn unlimited one point five percent cash back on every purchase every way it's easy that's just the way I like the quicksilver card from Capital One what's in your wallet thank you essay and nothing feels.

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"grub hubbard" Discussed on Last Podcast on the Left

Last Podcast on the Left

01:50 min | 4 years ago

"grub hubbard" Discussed on Last Podcast on the Left

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"grub hubbard" Discussed on Last Podcast on the Left

Last Podcast on the Left

01:47 min | 4 years ago

"grub hubbard" Discussed on Last Podcast on the Left

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"grub hubbard" Discussed on Last Podcast on the Left

Last Podcast on the Left

01:31 min | 4 years ago

"grub hubbard" Discussed on Last Podcast on the Left

"My goodness what what insightful episode on the weird dirty life of el robert yeah it all starts with nerds you all of up and then brain wait call that and in depth starts with nerds you've got really of collar on there have been skate it's all art see we'll we got a lot we're just about nerd all yards again i started playing we don't know spent the back wide that this is what happen when they got bullied because these at home peter bodo not make you powerful oh i remember about nerds you're good with money so they always have a lot of it some bright he did you know how to say did their get very obsessed which specific things it is a great core group to get that if you want money and a lot of people doing work for freak that's would nerds do at the idea troy you to harness them to do the group work in school because they do all the hard work and then you'd be the flash man and i got suppose so all right i mean it is an unbelievable that this men really shaped hollywood and shaped entertainment in this nation for so long and and convinced of a bar not are brightest minds with some of our more you families minds are morejon trawl mind your judge fraud com cruz ask minds and that he was in actual i guess a deity to some degree i mean you know when you look at as some of the weird.

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"grub hubbard" Discussed on Last Podcast on the Left

Last Podcast on the Left

01:51 min | 4 years ago

"grub hubbard" Discussed on Last Podcast on the Left

"Immediately ran off with that he's like literally go to not go by the bucs okay we'll he film put toronto the with all these like these like okay i promise have a bowed i think this couple we're going to we're going to the tours numb will flip the ball up okay go by the bucs he's come right back you think i'm i'm already back it's like i'm back they don't come back alright he's like what we're these brooks become known affordably they can do catches up to them in and my yeah where they have these moments out there he can find and there's no record of the ball the the baby campbell the records of the bowed what's really bought finally the five be was zero run show up me like absolutely we got to get to your own like you were going to this for you can have the ball back you could do everyone with that call to literally campbell no harbor watching him you know when even be like we're we're going to do that going to bring in so voters takes off he literally just go down to the but that is hotel room parsons fought back he dawned his magic ropes which he had brought with him to miami just think a like you're he'd through a pen to graham on the floor and invoke to parts about all spirit of maulers speed you call it but it's bart will barton oh you do they call before i really you have you might as the spirit of maulers there we could still would we can stop at the pregame pick nickname oh i still another does anybody mad at you know solos or because you create different types of knox know everyone respects you ocho use nazr lows or that i was you know whether it was a coincidence or not there was an actual sudden score all that night off the coast which forced runs boat back deport.

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"grub hubbard" Discussed on Last Podcast on the Left

Last Podcast on the Left

02:10 min | 4 years ago

"grub hubbard" Discussed on Last Podcast on the Left

"Throughout eleven days starting with invoking can to grab a better and invitation of the bottomless one which is a lot of spending yeah speaking and it's hand motions in and you said to not thing immense hours and as fast thing and it's eaten calm yeah and the whole thing was to end with license to depart purification and bene shame of the first indication something what's happening came on the second and third nights when when storms began to whip that the windows that the matchup not quite what he was expecting used back a little bit more but stone indication that they were on the right track the seventh day brought poulter guys that tiffany when parsons was a welcome at midnight by seven ops followed by table latvian thrown across the room in the tenth night brought an actual attack dressed in his magical magician rhodes i'm just walking down to the pitcher media nothing but not have to bottom people were totaling under skiles not eating watching foods is how you ppr skin why thirty he was a holding at candle when a he was hit by a spirit in the right shoulder he dropped a candle and cold out to parsons and both men saw a brown issue yellowed by seven feet tall in the kitchen the far didn't go that's it's that whole wild ghost parsons through his magical soward and waived it at the operation which quickly disappeared i've i'd be you for having me you're so sometimes got they're it's like anyone group that the other doing this to get laid the ahl doing this to get leno out the front door work health and was knocking for the poulter guys that given the what they're not just durant to get laid they're also doing it because it's punish yet okay yeah big i know it's the puck in dude next oranges sitton down watching i love lucie these guys are waiving magical soared to go if the chocolate factory episode you know the chocolate could compare belted so fast body bottom.

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"grub hubbard" Discussed on Last Podcast on the Left

Last Podcast on the Left

01:39 min | 4 years ago

"grub hubbard" Discussed on Last Podcast on the Left

"Got to loser wiped would nother it made you know in that i mean homered as much as he was trying to take over he was still doing a lotta rituals with jack parsons they were still friends the most ambitious and undertaking was without a doubt the moon shoud retro bismarck or stride the mon trot child ritual it's pretty amazing to because a hundred el run harbored gets again like no he's become official you describe of the of the group right where he right scout he chronicles all of the rich royals okay hurt parts of putting together what is this moon child ritual well crowley believe that the greatest thing a magician could do with a usher in the coming up the anti christ which fell my it's called the mon trout and by the way that's also plop point in the invisible yeah ten entire chapter i did three it's really fun sign him as it's really good i think he likes me just it's fun i like i like that you missiles pretty is pretty were that's awesome back through it again i'm i'm i'm on number for now and i love it but think about this right couldn't seem to be the perfect recipe you got he just parsons believes he's a powerful manak magic this man shows up who apparently is is equal his arrival and he is best friend because these are calling each other like uncle he's rehab this thing with you were really really really close so there something about magically get he of something this most so attracting amor palat he also the looks is el run harbored is one most powerful magician is he's ever met and jack parsons considers himself a super powerful magician so he's like we got that we got the goods.

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"grub hubbard" Discussed on Last Podcast on the Left

Last Podcast on the Left

02:03 min | 4 years ago

"grub hubbard" Discussed on Last Podcast on the Left

"Jack parsons in between be in friends with our on robert would do these late night rituals it is room to try to send magical spells after you just kareem one get the goal in the opening you'd be going newton ugly kneeling down michael whole between meanwhile like you got full good on eller on in the other room just like yeah yeah yeah stubbs older you spider man olin through a little less you're the had so more soup is that catch up stew you are you can you know my mouth you can in my mouth but in that you just like so there be i'm like why has i personally could miss what gets his criminal i just do it all over all but you if you listener was signed hardy says the harboured quote broke up black magic in america this should have bird was sent by a group of physicists to quote handle the situation all caught themselves we could you're not that big of literally jack parsons was now writing letters to to probably saying this guy you show not i love them he is the most powerful magician i've ever met he's trying to take over my branch goods hovered got right in their well yeah yeah you showed up you realize what he did do any stirred wayne everyone around him telling him stories of being not quite aaron beaning sports club and all of is like his many of it during he's in the be and it's really not so it's like he always shows up and he's ready to be a leader and this is the again like you mentioned earlier marcus before google that before you could go this guy is totally completely polish at this does remind me i was watching lock up raw extended stay and there was an in may to who had a he was cheat he with the fell in love with the in another him it's why to mention married him it's like to another in may he played in two minute i'm sure he got ab to death and on i've.

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"grub hubbard" Discussed on Last Podcast on the Left

Last Podcast on the Left

01:55 min | 4 years ago

"grub hubbard" Discussed on Last Podcast on the Left

"Back at home you've got grab i don't know but i've got how you want sara that's redo he wants he wants hot which woman california sara i don't know if winner how how with their thank you know him up all eager uh back in montana holy drug could be beautiful yeah the ones there's last name like north for a percent mike then it doesn't matter hot girls always have bad last me he's out how do we go she's on tuesday this will be bad user i like such a graze or a last name is like goal last gar sums terrible yeah yeah yeah me too that she's very hot you move into this how so parsons lived in this house how to pass the net has gigantic sprawling mansion that he would only have the most interesting people he met stay there and it was this big pantheon of like it was free sacks free love ferrer was this like lie goff girl before goff was goff there was there you have this el run herbert shows up in a suit ready here literally very similar looking to me seasons girl and then somehow hopes are now did we see you're like jack he's used to go to your lifestyle but this made some pretty upset yeah i mean because i had i mean last is dal to a to a to a lump i mean it's he's apollo mouth or karlie booker the lauds do is now alters the whole goal lot so if you are a fall or if your fellow might hurt ot oh member then you're not supposed to have these human emotions such as jealousy everybody is supposed to be allowed to do whatever they watch but back couldn't handle el run hovered first some reason because they don't just gael why they know but plenty of people ben bone zone is gal i mean that he was bone zone in every by homers good yeah but our on harbored i think he was he was threatened by him because he was able to match jack's charisma and in his mind his magical pau right goes harbored he saw how run harbored is an equal everyone else was beneath them.

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"grub hubbard" Discussed on Last Podcast on the Left

Last Podcast on the Left

01:48 min | 4 years ago

"grub hubbard" Discussed on Last Podcast on the Left

"Other then el ron however to know this was quite did that when the mid each other in was incredible because it's came in the ball should artists media dude that in the league you get in the black magic essentially to get laid these guys are all the thirty us bother fuck or some the face of the planet figured out a way to have sex with cock women by by you do get you do all this where we were getting power all of this and as things become more more success will within your rituals and in your your little community you start believing it more and more el ron shows up who has all the year of the entire science fiction community that it's like cousins actually like before the became classic writers robert timeline was up fucking that gross little nerd her i would play well you know i didn't like we didn't start getting bacon money doing this like i would just be back dude screaming on the street right now yeah it's the you get the what's it you get the could the ballot and then they'll your side by writer well know your now you're interesting right because that's all these nerds figure out they figure out how to be interesting that's a little tiptoed you guys out there just figure out how to be interesting that's all you have to do so funny have twenty hat will make you're interested and the parsons and our on harvard yeah they just the media lead headed off and parsons he immediately recognized covered as possessing great magical skill which honestly he did you want talk about somebody was able to create their own reality however is among the most successful mm additions of all time he did incredible wizard but honestly just being able to say you should would even and the next episode there's even more of that so yeah now unfortunately for parsons now covered headed.

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"grub hubbard" Discussed on Last Podcast on the Left

Last Podcast on the Left

02:14 min | 4 years ago

"grub hubbard" Discussed on Last Podcast on the Left

"Let's ammunition be less you know available to do a russian it that actually need that because the army without a money because they smothered all coors light after the war ron lead shot the maybe as much as he could but eventually he returned to his career as a writer durant's career took off and the middle of what some call the golden age at science fiction with harboured releasing work right alongside isaac ass mob and robert i'm line not surprisingly these writers were a pretty tight knit group although asomugha absolutely just surprised harboured but i had a hand as my was gigantic gas own hated everybody okay through these writers how bird would vaguely crossed paths with another careers medic twentieth century con man the man we mention more than anyone else because he seems to be a ben truly involved in almost everything week about her allaster crowley i say bad their pass the big league crossed because harbored real connection was with one of the most fascinating figures a post war america named rocket scientist and slate knows john parsons known to his friends as jack is this get gap our success is him incredible figure in american history you guys got a look you give you read about him a get get into his life soccer that it's absolutely fascinating let there will we're going to go in to it now you remember this so thing about this you know i don't will were to he is not been home in a years isn't why because no clue worry is he which straight from will work to back to new york to hang out with his nerd bodies and all of a sudden california calls that daring the date jack parsons worked at the california institute of technology known the world over as one of america's for most experts on explosives but by night parsons with a dedicated black magician who was an ardent disciple of ouster crowley who was by that time and is twilight years levin is a junkie in various boarding house parsons joined the or go to play or yen tests and nineteen thirty nine and soon became one of its higher ranking members from there he began correspond.

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"grub hubbard" Discussed on Last Podcast on the Left

Last Podcast on the Left

01:42 min | 4 years ago

"grub hubbard" Discussed on Last Podcast on the Left

"To the sportsman pilot magazine and one to the washington star called maybe pat it's going to get better and maybe that's part of your to just right now articles about pads like dogs on boats and crew during writers department about trying to get a home it's just a horrible not he said the you boat kind of hardesty my head young made turn be monsters draw i d uss the good bars of all the hall around me yeah you know it's good and he like a now concerning the pilot articles the best part of roberts life was actually true by all accounts harboured was an extremely talented go whiter pilot known for dare double antics which earned him the nickname heard all the way to suspected that he gave that nickname to itself because the only person but called them clash cupboard was themselves talking disparaging early about how i've somehow earned the the nicknamed flash byrd which is new making you're up your own nickname yeah the flash robert also is on the super group can run really fast be constantly steps in hot torre so just really never gets going well we're just don't like a fred redheaded manny shown people of cock also without their possibility yeah bad nugget of truth would help him sell all the rest of the ball said he would repeat over the next few years and all that added up landed him an actual position and the famed explorers club who didn't bother to check out any of his claims.

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"grub hubbard" Discussed on Last Podcast on the Left

Last Podcast on the Left

02:03 min | 4 years ago

"grub hubbard" Discussed on Last Podcast on the Left

"Harboured went back to montana where he tried to get appointed editor in chief of the school newspaper which was called the no i get but you know i remember my my sisters my older sisters first husband had all hold stack of magazines call nugget but he with trucker porn right and only horry was the nickname for a former pro wrestler award hard as well ben nugget yeah that to derogatory toward but our on average as a newcomer he was not made editor in chief he was instead made jokes editor a position he had to share with a girl named el him go low shot all i would turn that around if you would maybe joke senator i would've put a whole and a whole lot of montana on the fucking that absolutely but i mean there is no denying he was actually motivated here destroyed a lot um so you was talented to some degree he was in a metal he was amazingly talented like that was me that have what he did this year after the december turn my little bob starting to get about the boil byrd soon disappeared from atlanta saying he had to leave town because he be got have to death thrown a baseball at its head but other people say that harboured was running away because he had been expect for quote putting his but in a waste paper basket yeah oh my god now i remember me in my friend jared did that i used to roll over out of the recycling and of course on a regular basis yeah you're right and re item learning to low what i'm telling you the only real anywhere you would be i bet nineteen thirty one harbor directed what he called the caribbean motion picture expedition which is supposed to be a seafaring trip in which he would explore unfair home pirates stronghold that the spanish main and then it's story with the big fantastic paid to minis like but will also get scientific little bat flip will travel up and lookalike plants and rocks.

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"grub hubbard" Discussed on Last Podcast on the Left

Last Podcast on the Left

02:16 min | 4 years ago

"grub hubbard" Discussed on Last Podcast on the Left

"Make a lot of thought can money out of those people not and try not our run said he met an old magician and he met a hindu who could hypnotize at its and in tibet he lived with the bandits and made friends with the warlords a bench syria by demonstrating impressive horsemen ship i know tell you this me and as the chubb the red headed man there's nothing anything for people likes the meat more in the wilderness then i lost chubb be redheaded little boy who thinks he's very smart i think they make a nothing but friends alright also city slip with prima to the tribe's and learn the language of the bigger wrote t people and just one night by land turn lie and all of this supposedly happen before harboured had reached high school and the thing is about that huge chunk a bowl ship there is some truth to every single one of those stories yeah like neal it little variety the tiny little beginning eggs of true little tiny thinks the cupboard was a master of embellish men and even better and making people want to believe his stories because why else would this nice careers medical man lie about such things right ever money and power but why why i get it is more fun to believe him right they did not know why don't more fun to believe a you know all they shit so much more from because he makes you feel special and if you feel special it is because this special man is making you feel special so the right better the bigger of a character our run harbored is the more of a character you are also are you going to sign your whole life over to tell be from burger can my later or are you going to her life to the man he's been all over the world knows all types the girls do i get free for eyes from toby either way but i do i know i you know but i'll go with our run and reality hovered strauss was a little unorthodox but nothing particularly special compared to what a lotta call leaders went we cover went through coverage childhood was then passed sickly easy.

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"grub hubbard" Discussed on Last Podcast on the Left

Last Podcast on the Left

01:49 min | 4 years ago

"grub hubbard" Discussed on Last Podcast on the Left

"Who and ron's word took the opportunity to quote of mine always into book shut the library of congress and then to do something weird with my asked have to make you feel weird wrong or maybe you three goal what's the word it's a disturbing voice to say the best all and highly accurate i know you that's why is that see the charting this guy arroyo and you're fallen in love with them you know your home all in love with your impression of him around this time our on also managed to become the youngest eagles scout to ever exist his father was then transferred to go on and this is where ron began his quote trout holes in the area covered in the orange saw get to the net funny to say sounds like the imagination of the old man from the movie up yeah is as literally just going to find be of golden peacock or whatever that they were looking for that moving well this is why it was necessary for him to have a reds grandfather on a ranch in montana his rich grandfather funded his travels in the orient nice because it was still necessary for him to habs somewhat of a working class background his father was just a simple navy shipment but his grandfather was the benevolent family member who funded the travels in your in so we had a both ways right he can go you know to the mix sure of the two thinking canadians understanding of the common man and understanding of the truly wives and so he can put them together and rondo bomber and the truly wealthy because then if you had that you know our yes my grandfather was also very rich he has that blue blood connection which enables him to.

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"grub hubbard" Discussed on Last Podcast on the Left

Last Podcast on the Left

01:48 min | 4 years ago

"grub hubbard" Discussed on Last Podcast on the Left

"Like determined all around harboured the more you sound like i can't stand to look bruce willis in the beginning of moon line that's a good sign with the polls is you so much that it's sort of like he's pushing against the boundaries of what you find attractive and nominee and he's got what it takes i'm just say does not charismatic our ever going to go we're going to go arbor what i am ben guess all marcus park some stare that beautiful face right now are the team didn't they're good okay absolutely wonderful and we got henry's eyebrows you as well i'm lighter henrik you sent as a picture of your thumb yesterday and it looks like an on a lotta an inch a lotta just covered in moeller sausage but look closer problems is that i trot the whole top a bit off right until the blood just get common in coming to come in and the doctor hadn't caller rise it would us born an close and i'm not a brave man i don't know about it when i have answer the eventual allen he me didn't get there was i have cancer ahmed be one of those going like okay alright we was rough would yeah covered hard blood which is reason why was heard so much has it was like all i didn't really to my took off my big little not my my phone song in the blinded got only around the nhl goal and made a hoard little like come little spider man was inside of my bandage i would've loved to see during the civil war era just you know like i can't go into battle today you would you believe it always cutting gar like roald up for those of you who don't know the reason why we haven't had an episode about a week and a have as cause i first had to get it to think out you had a big abscess and henry cut off half of his thumb while topping garlic yeah so what's going to happen to me you know just like i need to do wonders.

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