19 Burst results for "Gurley Brown"

Gurley, Brown help Rams ground out 17-7 win over Bears

Steve Cochran

00:24 sec | 1 year ago

Gurley, Brown help Rams ground out 17-7 win over Bears

"The rams did everything they could to give the bears chance about jumping off sides on a pot on fourth and one to give the bears a first down there's responded by missing a field goal for the second time in the first quarter is the rams went on to win seventeen seven the bears were only down ten seven till Malcolm brown's touchdown with three and a half minutes left make sure dischi did not finish the game sidelined late by what the team says is a

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Gurley, Brown help Rams ground out 17-7 win over Bears

AP News Radio

00:39 sec | 1 year ago

Gurley, Brown help Rams ground out 17-7 win over Bears

"The rams ground out a seventeen to seven win over the bears on Sunday night football quarterback Jared Goff completed only eleven passes for a hundred seventy three yards but said afterwards it's not the stats that matter I I I don't care how many times a throw the ball how may times we run the ball on the completions attempts yards touchdowns interceptions the way that game went the way that we fought in the way that we continue to fight all into them that last drive the way that that exemplifies that I think it's it's up there and in the top of my head is one of my favorite ones around Todd Gurley in Malcom brown ran for Ellie touchdowns the win helps keep the rams in playoff contention at six and four marked monitors Los Angeles

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"gurley brown" Discussed on This Is Success

This Is Success

03:15 min | 3 years ago

"gurley brown" Discussed on This Is Success

"And they were almost always invite only and you'd get on the phone and you would call people and somebody would. So I have this great party on fifty eighth street fourth avenue, and I'm sure it can get you invited in you ruin from Kochta potent cocktail. Potty to meet people. This wasn't working so great for Alan during the summer after work, he'd often go to the corner bar which was tired and drab. There was a bullet hole in the window said to the ball, tend to, you know, you ought to redecorate this place. Put some sort on floor puts Tiffany lamps up where I got that. I have no idea was just to round, and I came back about two weeks later and said to the bartender, you really ought to do that. And he said, yeah, I guess it's a pretty good idea that people as neighborhood of changed a lot. Alan was frustrated every time he'd walk into this bar, talked to the bartender about getting some young single people in there. And every time the bartender was not into it. And then finally one day he says to Alan, why don't you do it. Obviously said, would he be what I do it? This is nothing here that I know about. That's not what I do is not much. We have to stand behind the bar and sell beer it. Anybody that works in the door and said, okay, I walked out the door, but Alan Stillman had another motive mud. Business plan was to meet a lot of women to help a business plan. I'll tell you that the word Sigel's ball was not vented, and I certainly think that I was inventing anything like that whatsoever. I don't wanna give him too much credit here still is the kind of guy who's both modest and proud. The truth is he probably did create one of the first bars where it was socially acceptable for young straight single men and women. Immediate other, which I have to say is kind of crazy that this didn't exist until nineteen sixty five, but that wasn't some grand plan. I think it was more of an accident and the stars were all aligning for him. When you hear this, here's more why go again nineteen sixty five is the year that Helen Gurley Brown takes over 'cause mo- most young women have sexual urination feelings, and they're doing something about it and they're enjoying it. And I'm just saying, cut the guilt. It's okay, and she's just published this book sex and the single girl in nineteen sixty two. It sells millions of copies, of course, sex and the single girl that kid elating bestseller by Helen Gurley Brown and the inspiration for hilarious, new motion picture. Chins sex and the single girl will blogs idea of the fun fearless female, and that it's sexy to be working that women are in the city's working and also looking for dates. In fact, Helen Gurley Brown often addresses her viewers calling played girls. There's a slight Playgirl ideal counterpart to the playboy. That's all very much in the air in nineteen sixty five in the moment that we're talking about. So on the one hand, I guess like any successful business, you know, it hits the market at the right moment when the cultures ready for it. On the other hand, it is a big deal, and it is very new to have this idea of a respectable place where single men and single women go out to meet strangers, but it is nonetheless seen as sort of wholesome and okay..

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"gurley brown" Discussed on Abe Lincoln's Top Hat

Abe Lincoln's Top Hat

02:04 min | 3 years ago

"gurley brown" Discussed on Abe Lincoln's Top Hat

"Part of the women's health and cosmopolitan and time and things like that it was it was always kind of a staple there and it's being pulled now and putting checkout lines previously the national center on sexual exploitation was advocating for blinders to be put on or children are little horse like their little horses put a blind and you know they're like i wrote in the piece there are certainly reasons for doing that if you if parents are squeamish don't want to answer questions if you know if walmart shoppers don't want to see sex and big letters on on you know on the magazine will they're checking out that's fine there's nothing wrong with that but don't tie it to a movement that is about mistreatment and abuse and harassment because causa politician in the end it's really not selling those things at selling a women's sexuality to women it's talking about women's sexuality and always has in a way that you don't see a lot and much before it was i wrote you know 'cause paulsen has been talking about women's sexuality before it was played to do so yes they do talk about men's pleasure but ultimately especially in recent years the main focus is on women and and their lives and their careers and their sexual experience and i think the t it's disingenuous to say that they are responsible for the the kind of abuse we hear about in metoo yeah absolutely so this is a post on the nfc oh he's website that you reference it says quote research likewise shows that when someone is being objectified the objectify or is viewing them as if they do not possess a real individual mind is if they are less deserving of moral treatment but you do point out the fact that cosmo has been run by women it has been for women i believe since was that since the beginning now cosmopolitan was actually as it's been around for much longer than that they brought on helen gurley brown and she took it in a different direction and started talking about her whole thing was that single women should enjoy sex women should enjoy sex in general and yes there was a lot there are a lot of articles.

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"gurley brown" Discussed on Abe Lincoln's Top Hat

Abe Lincoln's Top Hat

01:41 min | 3 years ago

"gurley brown" Discussed on Abe Lincoln's Top Hat

"Well there are two differences with the first one is like you said cosmopolitan his by women for women up magazines like playboy as you would get from the title are selling sex women's sexuality two minute that has changed quite a bit in the recent years as as many places playboy china trying to rebrand as a more i would say sensitive to women's issues i read it for the articles that is number one and they have had some amazing interviews playboy will some incredible articles bs going but ultimately it is a magazine that is geared toward men cosmopolitan has like you said all female editors last i believe five or six editors since helen gurley brown have all been women and the last two editors especially have focused quite a bit on rebranding certain sections of the magazine to be more focused on politics at center on issues like access to birth control negotiating higher pay things like that different you went to leave and things like rental lead even things like you know gun control issues that we don't necessarily think of as women's issues are still affect women are talked about in the magazine and not to say that causing paul's anyway is a perfect example of you know feminism or women's equality remains right you're about all these fractures in feminism and all these movements and you know at the end of the day it's people who have the same goal in mind and in some ways that can self destruct.

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"gurley brown" Discussed on Abe Lincoln's Top Hat

Abe Lincoln's Top Hat

02:02 min | 3 years ago

"gurley brown" Discussed on Abe Lincoln's Top Hat

"Their ability to sexually satisfy a man and therefore plays into the same culture where men view and treat women as inanimate sex objects what do you think about that eight seven seven three six seven two five to six that's eight seven seven three six seven two five to six the article goes on to say cosmo is at least in large part a sex guide a modern day kama sutra specifically for women it's known for this this is the words of brooke rogers it's known for its saucy often laughable laughably unrealistic sex tips aimed at women who liked to get creative with household items and don't necessarily mind repurposing a spatula so of course cosmopolitan magazine you know they do get out there they do have a lot of salacious headlines a lot of salacious stories but the question is should it be tied to the me too movement you can love you can hate it i don't particularly like it this is again according to brooke rogers who is right here she be coming in and she's on the eighteenth floor right now cosmo is at least in large part a sex guide again a modern day kama sutra you can love it you can hate it i don't particularly like it she says you can laugh at the godley headlines in the variety of synonyms forgetting it on but ultimately it's dishonest to pretend the magazine is convincing women that their pleasure machines for men this is a specially true more recently over the past year men were rarely mentioned in headlines articles on male pleasure are less prominent those still featured yet they are far outnumbered by those focused on women their careers bodies emotions sexual experiences the magazine by women for women is boasted all female editors since helen gurley brown in nineteen sixty five who was an early albeit imperfect champion a female sexuality.

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"gurley brown" Discussed on Monocle 24: The Globalist

Monocle 24: The Globalist

02:02 min | 3 years ago

"gurley brown" Discussed on Monocle 24: The Globalist

"Of british cuisine at that time any overturns all the stereotypes of many of the state confirmed some of the stereotypes an overturns some of the others are wounded when you look at the way sexual politics and gender roles own to almost every aspect of society they've completely changed over the last well halfcentury never mind century could you draw any kind of general conclusions from your research on this book about the way gender identities a sexual sexuality more broadly map onto food and the way society thinks about and deals with food while the striking example from my book for food and sex roles is helen gurley brown who was the editor of cosmopolitan and the kind of publishing genius who turned it around from 10 of failing women's magazine to a phenomenon in american publishing helen gurley brown believed that she i had her finger on the pulse of all american women and she she filled the magazine and her many many books with the rules for life and they included what to eat the rule for women was eat as little as possible be very skinny say no to food and this was how she lived herself in her idea was that the only way to be a kind of happy successful complete and fulfilled woman was to attract the attention of men and to do that you had to be sexy and to be sexy you had to be skinny and she carried this out to an extraordinary degree in her own life and was the message that flowed across in the pages of the magazine i think she did an enormous amount of damage as a character and the reason she is interesting for me to write about she was full of contradictions she also knew that it that food was kind of sexy thing to share a meal was was was intimate in.

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"gurley brown" Discussed on Monocle 24: The Monocle Weekly

Monocle 24: The Monocle Weekly

02:02 min | 3 years ago

"gurley brown" Discussed on Monocle 24: The Monocle Weekly

"Kind of general conclusions at from your research on this book about the way gender identities a sexual he more broadly map onto food and the way society thinks about and deals with food while the striking example from my book for food and sex roles is helen gurley brown who was the editor of cosmopolitan and the kind of publishing genius who turned it around from a kind of failing women's magazine to a phenomenon in american publishing helen gurley brown believed that she i had her finger on the pulse of all american women and she she filled the magazine and her many many books with the rules for life and they included what to eat the rule for women was eat as little as possible be very skinny say no to food and this was how she lived herself in her idea was that the only way to be a kind of happy successful complete and full filled woman was to attract the attention of men and to do that you had to be sexy and to be sexy you had to be skinny and she carried this out to an extraordinary degree in her own life and was the message that flowed across in the pages of the magazine i think she did an enormous amount of damage as a character and the reason she is interesting for me to write about she was full of contradictions she also knew that it that food was kinda sexy thing to share a meal was was was intimate in wonderful to do so she wanted to promote that whilst simultaneously promoting the fact that women shouldn't be eating very much linguistically anna and as a writer this got her into all kinds of contradictions enda and problems but she did try to see both things simultaneously laura if we talk about the of different fuss that's with intimacy food i guess and she said the swimming very of media this rebounder ira the christopher book about it in the restroom.

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"gurley brown" Discussed on WHYR 96.9 FM

WHYR 96.9 FM

01:51 min | 4 years ago

"gurley brown" Discussed on WHYR 96.9 FM

"I was interested you also in addition to all of your other words at accolades you one and a word from the national women's political caucus what did you win that four i was reading for newsweek for many years and newsweek didn't do a huge amount on feminism and women's movement but occasionally there was a story and it was right around the time of susan faludi the book on women and the women's movement and all of the anita hill sessions on congress that hold a weakening but the country things that goes through about women at that moment and i wrote a story on that which won an award from the national women's political caucus we do great damage on my resume even though it has nothing to do with food aid exactly i was intrigued for sure and actually why don't we a springboard from that and talk about what she eight six remarkable women and the food the tells their stories i discovered this book and dove into it checking different chapters about the different women and the one that i started with and maybe this is the bad habit because i never start if the beginning of books but i i stumbled on helen gurley brown and i remember her from of course the famous cosmo magazine and what i found most interesting about her was her well i immediately diagnosed her with an eating disorder which he eventually recognizes that yes indeed she has but the very end either she's asked about feminism and her famous feminists that she identifies of course is gloria steinem who was always you rate helens face britt feminist and gloria really wanted her to speak out and speak about.

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"gurley brown" Discussed on Christopher Kimball's Milk Street Radio

Christopher Kimball's Milk Street Radio

01:48 min | 4 years ago

"gurley brown" Discussed on Christopher Kimball's Milk Street Radio

"Kenji lopez alters author of the food lab better home cooking through science and he's also the newest contributor to milk street radio today he discusses the science of mira nuts kenji area i'm good how are you good let's talk about something that i i've been back and forth about for thirty five years which is merrin odds uh do they work do they really tend to rise to the penetrate the meat or the the poultry and also if you add things like garlic did they actually add flavour or not so let's start at the beginning do merrin aides kendrys well they do i mean it depends on what ingredients you have in there so certain ingredients proteases ingredients that have enzymatic compounds that are gonna breakdown proteins they definitely tender eyes so you that that would include things like pineapple juice papaya juice sauce x is a protease and um salt itself can act as a pretty ace so those things definitely tender is that the other things that tender eyes are acids the question of course who is is whether that's a good thing or a bad thing um and i think that that varies on a case by case basis and if it adel savarese on depending on concentration and and also depending on the length of exposure so um you know if you have something like say a chicken breast in in a marinade that has a lot of lemon juice in it you know it can help tender is it a little bit but eventually you know if you let it sit there for too long the acid and lemon juice denatured seventy proteins that you end up at the sorta chawki machine texture which you know for it for something like say look attend or a chicken or fish like that where you're going to be marinated overnight and actually some of that texture is meant to be in that dish that's an okay thing but if you're just going to be throwing a chicken breast on the grill i i tend not to like that sort of moshi texture you end up with.

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"gurley brown" Discussed on Christopher Kimball's Milk Street Radio

Christopher Kimball's Milk Street Radio

01:43 min | 4 years ago

"gurley brown" Discussed on Christopher Kimball's Milk Street Radio

"And some chicken broth and make it into a sauce for roast chicken or some cream and put it on top of them you do not wash them first where it you just freeze them no you would clock them all you blanche them first not water i would again do butter because i think water is we'd make them bland so i would saute them either an olive oil or in butter the thing about freezing vegetables as you always need to get rid of the access liquid because that would site is what breaks down their structure a later on and makes them form ice crystals so i like the idea of creeping them and having them on a rainy sunday afternoon for allott gordon turned him into a soup this is a problem we all should yeah we're really jollies frankly no one could be more talk than we are at sounds fabulous sean terrell heaven or thank you so much thank you take care okay you about this is mostly radio i'm christopher kimbell right now it's time for this week's millstreet basic this week's most basic isabelle chopping onions you i remember cooking classes when the chef would actually measure the spots of your dis duggan's with ruler large medium small or even those tiny brain waugh's but for most recipes here millstreet coarsely chopped and users fine they don't have to be perfect and you're not gonna grated on your nice skills in fact if you're cooking a soup or a stock and if you're going to strain the broth later you can even leave the skin on the onion intellectually a color now there's only one exception to this rule and that's when onions are use rock in a salad or a similar recipe you do need smaller evenly chop pieces for consistent flavor.

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"gurley brown" Discussed on Christopher Kimball's Milk Street Radio

Christopher Kimball's Milk Street Radio

02:06 min | 4 years ago

"gurley brown" Discussed on Christopher Kimball's Milk Street Radio

"Welcome to milk street who's gon myint on its joe ijo we calling from calling from federal georgia which is a small town south of atlanta we lived here recently from los angeles and i ran into a woman and we're talking about food and wine and then she texted me a photograph jetro mushroom that kiev forward right behind her house really and she could they like damp and trees and we have both of those we promised it three and a half pound why we were just astounded chateauroux or wonderful that was two weeks ago and they actually laughed it very well with us eating as much as we possibly could and that's actually wind was calling sort of obvious thing with decide k them with butter and shallots door onions which we've done it's than then we had with pasta and cream men that was really good and we've had them with scrambled eggs it's like this is a question i never thought i would face equipped with an overabundance of shantou real mushrooms you need a break from sean onto rail so maybe one is start freezing them but you have to cookham first okay so chop them up find to would duct sell or just slice him in saute him in butter was shallah was to explain with ducts okay duck cell is a french mixture that used a lot where you chop up the mushrooms really really fine and then you saw tanks and shallots again same formula and then you add the chopped mushrooms and you cook them and you get all the water out and then the federal fortitude fell yeah violate hopped proportion under the rupture bigger okay that you could do that or you could just slice them saute them and freeze them and then you've got instant sauce for chicken or even salmon you know you don't you put a my blurred to make this long time we'll didn't you at a little brandy or konia two full certainly yes of course you forgot to mention them sever a bad idea now you never been line but i think freeze them in then in the middle love winter you know or fall you're gonna be so excited you're going to be like what's for dinner denied oh i got those sean to rouse all you need to do is.

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"gurley brown" Discussed on Christopher Kimball's Milk Street Radio

Christopher Kimball's Milk Street Radio

01:37 min | 4 years ago

"gurley brown" Discussed on Christopher Kimball's Milk Street Radio

"Welcome to milk street whose calling gilbert from brooklyn friend minnesota how are you i'm pretty good how're you doing well oc we hope you forever question what hear kirk iron sugar blamed flight crew via every could substitute in recipe for a barbecue fast and dry rubbed well first of all your my wife uses that in uh i i would just say the amount of calories you save if that's the reason you use it is is really not that much i think it's fine in any recipes that's liquid like a barbecue sauce fine the only time you get in trouble real trouble with artificial sweetener is when you're baking cake for example or cookie the you cannot substitute them for sugar is just really problematic but a rub probably in a barbecue sauce would probably be fine are you asking this question for diabetic reasons or just to cut back on calories i'm diabetic and really hard to give greater fat fryer trying to find a way i can maybe have come i just wanna know in my fooling myself when really good for that type of thing or baked goods will you bake like a cake or cookie it's very problematic unless the recipes engineered specific nor have i would be problematic and big good what because sugars highgrove skopje it attracts water and it reacts chemically in a cake in a very particular way it's not just there for a daily nets and artificial sweeteners don't have the same chemistry.

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"gurley brown" Discussed on Christopher Kimball's Milk Street Radio

Christopher Kimball's Milk Street Radio

02:17 min | 4 years ago

"gurley brown" Discussed on Christopher Kimball's Milk Street Radio

"This is most your radio i'm christopher kimbell now it's time with sarah molten my co host to take some of your calls sarah are you ready and willing i am looking forward to it welcome to milk street whose calling for greater calling from grow credit japan wow that's a first that's good i'm impressed yeah we like that's pretty good i own a wall faking here recently i have a request for apple pie the dutch apple pie with the crumbs hopping right you're the girl i did a crumb topping and i remember set the recipe said had no but butter for and then makes it with a flower in the sugar news i don't ever remember it being that great and so when i was working for recipe this higher it called for cutting the butter in lab is making a biscuit or have pastry during her time i did it it kind of turned out fandy i i don't think i mix the butter in enough and so the next time i i looked at another recipe that set to really well the butter in and create pieces but when i did that it created like a candy shell on the pie the chunks were rather more and like in the right candidate and the night crump topic letting accustomed to any suffer sugar you using if he i think of a mixture of white brown sugar using ground nuts where do you using flour white flower butter into condition right well first of all i have a very strong preference here i hate apple pie with crump topping the planet lintott now i know it as his personal but you know pastry crust is the perfect thing with apples and crump toppings to sweeter to sweet in in seek filling with a sweet yep it just doesn't make any sense to me no so they can get soggy gives was sitting on fruit unlike on top of mouth right but that's not your course your questions had you've way too hard topping maybe the universe is telling you say.

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"gurley brown" Discussed on Christopher Kimball's Milk Street Radio

Christopher Kimball's Milk Street Radio

02:13 min | 4 years ago

"gurley brown" Discussed on Christopher Kimball's Milk Street Radio

"Food can still tell us an enormous amount lorsch bureau thank you so much what she ate a great book thank you thank you that was laura shapiro offer what she ate eleanor roosevelt role again cooking to a necessarily job that should be dispatched as efficiently as possible and of course the food itself was used as a tool symbol of national austerity merrick has long held this dichotomy between food is fuel and food his pleasure in fact some of our favorite dishes take macaroni cheese were actually inspired by army rations cooking is not time waste that it's time well spent or to paraphrase a famous political one letter it's the cooking stupid right now heading into the millstreet kitchen to chat with catherine smart about this week's recipe katherine area i'm fine thank uh a little bit of travel log i've been to rocco few times and right in the main square in marrakesh at night there's a lot of little restaurants and they grill food and they grow kafka which are skewers of meat patty's lamour beef usually obviously with some spice to it and also in this temple there's a place or places near the top copy in the mosque they also serve them you can deepfried them they can grilled them the of the miniscule it but coughed a is really the middle eastern and north african version of people so we wanted to bring coughed it to milk street so how do we get started so we started i really simplifying hall technique and making it very easy to make it home even under weeknight you mentioned those lovely spices and the meatballs for ours we use human and also sentiment which you might think of as like a baking space but at ads really lovely warmth to beef or lamb or whatever you choose to use near me for is also sentiments used all over the middle east and north africa would say it's true it's true it and it and it's a lovely way to bring out those warm savory notes in the meatball so we add that and a little oregano and then some shallot for flavor and get this chris we actually instead of blooming the spices and oil on the stovetop we just stick in the microwave.

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"gurley brown" Discussed on Christopher Kimball's Milk Street Radio

Christopher Kimball's Milk Street Radio

01:43 min | 4 years ago

"gurley brown" Discussed on Christopher Kimball's Milk Street Radio

"Welcome to the wall street who's going well hi my name is john caldwell from philadelphia how can we help you well listen i macama and i am always frustrated when i see demonstration chefs to start dumping halton spices into a dish without mixing them up or distributing them very well there's a whole area of chemical engineering dealing with mixing to make sure things get distributed and i wonder you know absent a super stu howdy of distributes the spices properly if you don't mix them and think about it too flour sugar i would use a whisked in altogether wouldn't you yes i will attend and that does do it for a few seconds ledell distributive you could looked at the color pretty evenly threat but there is something there is something weird about cooking which is that if you take eggs lights in under fold them into a batter we you see streaks yeah that cake comes out of the oven there are no streaks everything melds together so i think heat in moisture we are a chemical engineer hedin moisture i think actually do in the oven end up distributing things fairly evenly does that make any sense to you i won't cry and you're gonna end up putting a check on five and you're dumb to all the spy on koa them i end up being on found yeah that's true nobody to care about that's because probably does people don't know how to cut cheese cerro harrell hearts here there are quite a few people who end up on tv who really uh rebel hilario they're attractive at the telegenic they've guy cleave edge they've got muscles whatever's seren i don't have muscles we don't have cleavages i have cleave edged.

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"gurley brown" Discussed on Christopher Kimball's Milk Street Radio

Christopher Kimball's Milk Street Radio

01:49 min | 4 years ago

"gurley brown" Discussed on Christopher Kimball's Milk Street Radio

"But they also have some very often americanized groups that sound delicious we just talk about some of those what are some of the ingredients they used in the ice cream i asked her recess about that here's what she said did do on any more subtle kiwis by ed beneema disease or hear from or can hour we use purple sweet potato and now this is a chic worth a shabit this okinawa limo amy we had elk now in sochi cookies yes we use a sold from chapter area okinawans salt cookies are enormously popular as a souvenir to take home and this this is basically a sort of semi salted shortbread which is delicious so they have a flagship store right which is in okinawa could you just described as it sounds like you know happy days resolving it it does look like at something out of happy days there's a big neon sign outside which is an ice cream coun with three scoops and the colors of the logar red white and blue there's a striped honoring outside and you walk in and it's basically just world of pastels it very much has that back to the 1950s feel and in the corner at the counter it they've got a lifesize sort of american gi i saw the four creepy it is a little creepy so you went to the store what did you order in what did you think i really like the sugarcane which has a subtle hint of brown sugar i really like they're their key royal mail t even though i never take milk in my tee it had a lovely.

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"gurley brown" Discussed on AM 1350 WEZS

AM 1350 WEZS

02:23 min | 4 years ago

"gurley brown" Discussed on AM 1350 WEZS

"And and you know what seven years later we met helen gurley brown in her office in manhattan she spent almost an hour with us an hour i mean i've talked to celebrities who cannot believe our family had that time with helen gurley brown but one of the things that strikes me about helen is how much credits she gave her late husband david brown for her success i dunno of uh men who champion women the end jill one of the favorite memories i have from college is sitting at a party and listening to all the women happen be in one round and all the guys ran another round there was close to graduation time and i remember the women were all talking about who was dating whom and who is engaged in whatever and all the guys we're talking about these job offers and how much money they were excited to make and remember like sitting on the arm of a couch wishing i could be and both rooms at once because i i wanted to be in on both conversations that i thought you know if i can just hold on to that quality through life i'll be okay yes yes well you know i had the same experience in college i would have we amend like ethnic where there were men and women at will what's your major and it was the may here that didn't have a wad of a side and eat it it occurred to me that that young lady why they're really interested in a career she went for something really solve fall uh as far as learning because she was going to get married that's what are adapt what it so telegraph me and then we have a conversation about will it really want that important to her and.

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"gurley brown" Discussed on Odd Lots

Odd Lots

02:05 min | 4 years ago

"gurley brown" Discussed on Odd Lots

"Yeah well actually i mean that kind of cuts both ways be for women because um you know in this area boozy 60s madman in environment there were the kind of peggy olson's and and i guess later season jones trying to make their way in this man's world and there are numerous accounts in the press at the time in columns with names you know the call him title is like white collar girl which gives career advice to this kind of first generation of of working women uh and they give advice like in this actually comes from helen gurley brown from before she went on to be the editor of cosmopolitan she said something like bosses are miserable misers when it comes to raises but indulgent sugar daddy's and i'm making quote fingers here indulgent sugar doughty's when it comes to expenses so be sure to make ample use of your diners club card to get by so you can imagine you know women working women going and taking their diners club card down to you know bloomingdale's and getting lunch at the bloomingdale's cafe because that's the only place that accepts signers club um and that the were they can just get a quick bite to eat so uh and that just kinda writing it off on the boss looking the other way um and similarly there is another tale for missile of similar column of a woman at a young working women taking her a male clients out to lunch and of course with business etiquette the woman is or the the vendor is supposed to pay for the lunch on for the client but if it's a young woman taking an older male out to lunch that may produce awkwardness particularly in the '60s um maybe even today and so but the column advised the young woman to be sure to use her diners club card because then it looks like her boss is taking the vendor out to lunch and she can sort of say it's it's on.

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