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"haagen" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP
"Orlando. Yes, that was a a cup. Oh, that was a cop, a cop like the MLS Cup for whatever they designated. So that boy that's a quick turnaround so the season has started. I thought I misheard that if somebody says center the other day you didn't see the broad canceling that the United State of the Playhouse, Whatever the hell it, soldier what Sting? They're back there, Soldier Field thirsting is inflated. Tony Meola was up there telling me about what a great history the Chicago fire at Soldier Field. Oh, great. That was the first champion. I remember as a kid. This thing there stares Time for us to go far along. It's been going off in here all day and holler and I keep wondering. Should we react the fire? Captain? We're on freaking Biaggi. I had to walk a mile today. That's the friction between my thighs. That's chump talking about a fire, right? Oh, man, They got no hair down there on the show tomorrow. Karl Heinz Lodge, Matthew. Franz Matthew's getting New York Cosmos are no chef and Haagen. That's right. Let's get a hard on right now. Under lightning like you can say that you could say that I can't They go good card with the mouse, but I still want to be just like Can't do that. All right? I'll just know he actually doesn't know that's the thing he doesn't care about. You guys hit mine today. We dio. That's why we didn't say didn't carry it. You can say whatever he wants. There you go Speak freely. It's a new day. Where weasel out very early today shouldn't be muzzled has for years. The old era was muscle for years with the land for years. I have never seen you and Jackson had never seen a programmer out of £300. Guys. This is a great magic Magic never seen a more frustrated Jonathan Hood than injection built that wonderful little Convention center. They had And John Hodges shook his head. Just rather hang with you at No Gouda. They pulled a Murphy Murphy. No, no, boy. What you have there got something special for his kid. Well, listen, I know there's serious stuff going on, guys. But every once in a while, our daily game we need 11 and you need a little break up Might be a little levity breaking up a little bit. Break up the monotony, So I have another card. Beautiful. The magic trick and it is another 1986 tops. This is a special one. We've got four years here with the Blue Jays. 80 45 86. He's a starting pitcher. I described him best as N Ki n g. No crafty lefty Dave, you're going to say Dave Stewart. You he led the league in E R. A in 1987. Mickey. Jimmy Key is the correct I wouldn't put me likey 1000. 1000 Jimmy Key. There wasn't as you say, any crafty, crafty beaver Beaver. Hey, on a second. Now you talk about the second watching Gold film's title craft in just a second. It's not over, you know, give me a lefty that was never crafty. Ready, John for Andy Johnson Smoke the Carlton. Craft. Shay's Jim Douches rag arm left 10 in a row. Yeah, Yes, he did. Most of them are crafty, though. You're right, like the the outstanding Colfax. One crown. I cracked over the top, right Young Carlton Co fax. Clayton Kershaw, Randy Johnson. There's some non crafty left early, early, shifty. Quick. The best thing about Mark Burley's You knew you were going to leave your game. The better hours. Repairs dead. Six Thie. Oakland White Sox games early two thousand's When you got a mark Molder and a mark, burly matchup game was over an hour 58 minutes. Unbelieving unit. Would you go to the movies? No early game early. That's it out when you used to cover those games. I mean, it was like it was a treat. Did you get some American league games? You're sitting through for four hours. And you're downstairs after magnetic same way believer was like Jon Lieber was pretty quick, Actually. Yeah. Jon Lieber, Jon Lieber. She'll be at the convention one day, right? Should be the Cubs Committee. Jon Lieber. Spoken solid. The Cubs give up to get you on leave. I don't know, but they got him for. I remember my pirate fairly sirens They gave up to get Jon Lieber, I think is R. J. Reynolds. Jabe. L gave him one of their Gary.
Rocky Road with Science Diction
"Both Fenton's and dryers have pretty straightforward stories for how they invented rocky road in dryers version. It was William Dryer himself who one day in nineteen twenty nine did to make an ice cream with nuts chocolate and marshmallows but at the time, marshmallows did not yet come in small versions that came in cheats. So he took his wife's picking shears and cut the marshmallows into four pieces and then stuffed in the ice cream and Taba rocky road was born dryer says the name was meant to quote give folks something to smile about in the face of the Great Depression. According to Fenton's it was a candy maker on staff who came up with it story goes one day. He was making a candy bar with you guessed it nuts chocolate and marshmallows, and he was like you know what would be a great idea is if I put this candy bar in the ice cream and he did it and it was hit via end, the rest is history for over two years. Elissa tried to find out who's story was true. She turned up alleged confession a denial of that confession just a whole lot of ice cream fueled drama more on that from Elissa later because it turns out that people have a lot of feelings about rocky road. Would Weird Al do attribute to Vanilla. Vanilla is the definition of boring and it has a boring name to go with it. But Rocky Road Sounds Fun playful even somehow delicious which it shouldn't it is a road with rocks in it But when it comes to food names, it's not just what the word means. It's how it sounds. It's something that linguists and food marketing types seem to understand very well. At my little grocery store here in San. Francisco. In my little neighbourhood of Brunel Heights Dandruff ski is a linguist. He wrote a book called the language of food. And I was just scanning the cracker aisle and I noticed that every single cracker name had an in it and I was like something's going on here. So I started really from the cracker aside and I thought well, what's the opposite of crackers but that would be ice cream Dan decided to run a little experiment he went online downloaded eighty-one ice cream flavors from brands like Ben and Jerry's haagen-dazs. Then he went to a diet website downloaded six hundred cracker brand names and he noticed a pattern it had to do with the vowels I just counted how many of these ice creams versus crackers which one had more front vowels like e or Which one had more back vowels like you're all and there was a striking difference. Alright. So Front vowels the E in cheese the IT. Feel higher tongue moves. When you make those sounds, you're kind of lifting at toward the front of your mouth. Cheese. Now, say chocolate Mousse. Those words are full of back. AL's pay attention to your tongue again, chocolate. Mousse. This time it's hold more towards the back. Then discovered that the cracker names had nearly all front vowels. Vs and is. So. That's your cheeses and wheat thins and Krispy triscuit crisps chicken in a biscuit. But the ice creams that's back vowels at your your Jamaica Almond Fudge chocolate, your Caramel, your cookie dough, your coconut, and your rocky road. So
"haagen" Discussed on 790 KABC
"Did so well in many of these elections is they would hammer Nancy Pelosi in their individual races and they tie their opponents to pelo see because see requires that her members vote in lockstep and she she can call those votes controls those voting better than just about anyone in Washington what was it like interacting with her because I'm sure you pass through the halls you'd have conversations with her did she take it personal you know what I finally have a specially the young little bitty minnow when that big old ocean vision yeah I we actually had very little direct interaction with the speaker policy but I will say this she welcome to us and we were eighty seven Republican freshman John and nine P. Democrats expressed regret is that enormous waves forward speaker Pelosi bore considerable responsibility and she could not have been and that's one of the reasons I fragrant my previous answer they did she could not have been more gracious more buoyant more enthusiastic and she said you know the entry and with which I strongly agreed and still does she said the house of representatives is the immediate point to the American people it renews itself every two years ensure that so you know to her enormous credit she did that she was actually very gracious in in greeting and and then she proceeded obviously to you know do the polytechnic the she always does but she knew she was definitely you know completely serene and compose and unperturbed by okay so they already know by you know in her presentation last enjoy her Haagen Dazs yeah we know you did she make white chocolate they're beautiful white chocolate she had been made and I don't know at whose expense impairments that may have been some campaign tactics expense but quite chocolate capitol buildings which you know is this the reception yeah that that the yeah offices of the speaker of the house are quite grand and they can only reject my husband said that's the typical you know she's really quite nice thank you don't forget that she helped single handedly bring down this economy you if you have a question for doctor nan Hayworth give us a call right now eight hundred two two two K. A. B. C..
5 Reformers on the Psalms
"This episode. Let's explore five reformers on the soames will start and end with very familiar reformers and in between who knows. Maybe we'll talk about someone you don't know I is. Martin Luther Luther like all of these reformers loved the psalms. Luther set up habit of reading the psalms through in about three weeks and that was a habit. He kept up all of his adult life early on in his career. As a reformer he published his work on the psalms in fifteen eighteen and again in fifteen nineteen and that set a trajectory for the reformers to publish commentaries on the Psalms. So first pride of place goes to Martin. Luther next up is Lutheran Pastor Yohannes Buchen Haagen in fifteen twenty four. He published a Latin commentary on the Psalms. This was a massive work and set the stage for many of the commentaries. That would follow in fact. It was so influential in its Latin texts. That a publisher convinced. Martin Boozer and now. Here's our third reformer on the psalms convinced Martin Bucer to translate this Latin commentary into the German and he did well before we leave. Bougie Haugen talk about boots. Or however let's hear what Bogin Haagen has to say about just psalm one he says therefore in this psalm you have all of the scope of all of holy scripture. He goes on to say every song is about Christ and ultimately every song has something to say directly to the church. Well that's Bougie Haagen as we already mentioned boots are translated. Buchen Huggins commentary into the German. Fifteen twenty five. There's an old Latin expression translator trader. And that's exactly what Buchen Huggins thought of Martin bucer translation. It was not just a translation he he took many liberties and an essence was publishing his own commentary. Well that led to boots or publishing was in fact his own original commentary in fifteen twenty nine and curiously. He published it in Latin. It was a huge volume but despite its heft it went through five editions in the Latin. It went through two editions in French and it even made it into the English. So influential was bouterse commentary on the Psalms that it actually impacted the French Salter and the English psalter which then went into the English Bible. Curiously enough boots are published it under a false name presenting himself as a French humanist scholar from Leon well harassment's great human scholar. Erasmus discovered. It was actually bucer and the JIG was up. Well that's three out of four next comes. A reformer you might not have heard before we'll famous Musculus. He was a reformer and scholastic tradition. He was a benedictine monk in fifteen eighteen reading luther. He was converted. He then went to Strasbourg. Studied under Martin boots or he was dispatched to Augsburg. He wrote many books. Among his books are eight commentaries on the Old Testament including his commentary on the Psalms Musculus. Well that leads us to our fifth and final reformer that is Calvin. He published his commentary on the Psalms in fifteen fifty seven and among other things. He says in his preface to the psalms. He extols the virtues of the psalms. Here's what Calvin has to say. There is no other book in which there is to be found more express and magnificent commendations both of the unparalleled liberality of God towards his church and of all of God's Works. There is no other book in which there is recorded so many deliverance -is nor one in which the evidences and experiences of the fatherly providence and solicitude which God exercises towards us are celebrated with such splendor of diction and yet with strict adherence to truth short. There is no other book in which we are more perfectly taught the right manner of praising God. Well that's Calvin one of five reformers on the
Jobless claims soar to a more than 2-year high
"Still initial claims for unemployment benefits were up by forty nine thousand last week after dropping the previous week the four week average smooths out some of that volatility and that number was up by a little more than five thousand it still reflects a strong labor market twenty nineteen is just about done one person who may be glad to see it in the rear view mirror is fed chair general Powell over the course of the past year our views about the path of interest rates that would best achieve our employment and inflation objectives changed significantly as the economy face some important challenges from weaker global growth and trade developed since you got the fed's last two day meeting of the year Apollo says it plans no interest rate cuts in twenty twenty that was something that was a constant pressure from the White House as a way to stimulate the economy Paul says it's time to wait and see the impact of the three cuts they made this year markets didn't react much to Powell statements but stocks were up a little bit at the closing bell stock futures point to modest losses when we hear today's opening bell at seven thirty Toyota is recalling about four thousand twenty nineteen Prius hybrids because of an electrical glitch there's a short circuit that could cause the speedometer and fuel gauge to stop working of course that could be a driver attention issue any S. T. Elias's Nestle's makes the very best but it's selling some of what it makes Nestle is selling its U. S. ice cream business sort of four billion dollar deal the biggest ice cream brand name in that sale is Haagen Dazs and as
"haagen" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM
"The Haagen Dazs dryers and drum stick brands and then B. C. N. B. C.'s Jessica Edinger is back with us with more Thursday business headlines good morning John stocks are coming off a slightly higher day the fed did what was expected and held interest rates steady it had cut them three times this past year the Dow was up twenty nine points the CEOs of the nation's biggest companies in the business roundtable have downgraded their outlook for the US economy for next year on trade war worries lots of shockers at a DC hearing on the FAA and its oversight of Boeing a newly released documents showed it predicted more than a dozen fatal crashes of the Boeing seven thirty seven MAX jets after that first to crash a year ago and then there was a second crash last March after which the jets were grounded nearly three hundred and fifty people in total were killed the FAA says the Max re certification process will push into next year Boeing had said those plans would be back in the year this year Major League Baseball says all thirty teams expanding protective netting for next season it's a costly upgrade but spectators have been severely injured in some cases by flying balls during games on today's watchlist earnings from cosco and Taylor swift gets the artist of the decade award from Billboard that congressional committee yesterday did hear from whistle blowers who had warned of cut corners and mistakes inside that seven thirty seven MAX program yeah that was discussed at the hearing with the new F. A. H. E. Steve Dicks and listen to this exchange when one congressman accuse the FAA of ignoring the whistle blower information I know you just got on the job but it is just write you letters he sent you extensive information.
Chilean Startup Algramo Makes Refillable Stuff Affordable
"Business Wars daily is sponsored by SALESFORCE salesforce customer relationship management solution is committed to helping you deliver the personalized experiences that could customers want so they'll keep coming back again and again salesforce bringing companies and customers together visit salesforce DOT COM restored by New Jersey recycling company Tara cycle the idea you can order more than one hundred different products from Haagen Dazs ice cream to Green Valley ranch salad dressing has dropped the empty cartons on your porch and loop will pick it up and sanitize it then it'll refill it with more chocolate salted fudge truffle frozen dessert detergent in bulk they're distributed in vending machines in two thousand Bodega in Chile as the name suggests shoppers purchase by the Graham refilling out and you've got one big problem so muller decided to do something about it six years ago he founded elbow company offers products like rice beans laundry acution according to many observers has a ways to go its biggest obstacle high prices in part due expensive refundable deposits on the Containers Work New Jersey Maryland and Pennsylvania it's also launching in Paris and parts of Canada and plans to expand into Japan great idea but the to be delivered to your door your food and homegoods show up in sleek refillable containers some metal some yes a hearty plastic eat the Haagen Dazs grandma's reusable containers they can purchase a little or a lot the price per weight doesn't change as Fast Company reports and Rfid Code I use packages he was distressed for how expensive these tiny containers work compared to the larger quantities his mother typically bought so he studied the problem the tipping point that is the beginning of big move away from throwaway plastic and toward refillable containers instead in February reported on loop a refillable sir caller dreamed up the idea as scrappy. NBA Student on a tight budget he only had the money to purchase small quantities of assesses like laundry soap that meant buying he was outraged when he learned that small containers seller premiums of thirty to fifty percent over larger packages to Mahler that translated into what he called a poverty exer use them for long periods of time ultimately in a theoretical world zero waste economy loop debuted its new service in May and mid Atlantic states including New York on this Wednesday October twenty third by now we all know that single use plastic is a Gargantuan problem right we do don't we well this may be the year container offers a discount on the next purchase an incentive to keep refilling that bottler jar recently Alabama were attracted the attention of packaged goods wolf products but the company designed it service for an entirely different demographic low income shoppers San diego-based founder and CEO Jose Manuel and a whopping twenty dollars shipping fee this in the age of free shipping well loop can't keep this new milkman like market to itself for much for the next person for you now I'm just kidding what loop is doing is participating in the so-called circular economy in other words the concept that we can return and renew profit ax paid by Chile's poor add to the cost the environmental burden posed by all those little containers which are even more likely to wind up in oceans than bigger ones Unilever which is making ambitious pledges to cut down on its plastic waste with Unilever's help out Graham developed a way to bring the refillable products longer a company called Al Graham oh Spanish four by the grand plans to expand into the US from its home country of Chile like loop at Graham Oh offers refills from wonder I'm David Brown and this is business wars daily right into neighborhoods in vending machines mounted on electric tricycles closed-loop ventures a group that funds circular economy initiatives recently invest from Nestle pet foods in a Latin American retail chain the magazine reports the overwhelming problem of plastic waste won't be solved by a single startup of course but when there's rivalry in an entirely new category well that's good news for growth and in this case good news that entrepreneurs are turning their energy toward reuse these two. Innovators has certainly won't be the last should subscribe thanks a bunch I'm David Brown and we'll see you tomorrow
"haagen" Discussed on KGO 810
"To do a good job of covering ICD biz always I've seen the national headlines to avoid wildfires okay so you have to turn off the power to avoid wildfires Ryan nothing of the politics of decades of why if it gets windy the power lines fall down it's all about lobbying in profits and crooked crooked politicians and people may have the power off hundreds of thousands maybe a million people might have the power off for days because it might be a little windy this is not a Haiti's school not to North Korea schools close businesses cold closed no electricity at home I tell you what remember when Gavin Newsom tries to run for president my friends wherever you are from coast to coast or the you know states of Alaska and Hawaii remember California is America's Haiti if you want bombs in junkies power outages in filth vote for California politicians I live in one of the towns were they turned off the power says this person I had to eat all the ice cream in my freezer for fear of having to throw it away I feel but I tell you what text your address all come help I could use that excuse you know it's probably gonna go bad so the wasted kind of into Haagen Dazs this dispenser so just fine I am to ice cream and it's funny you know we're about to talk about addictive personalities but I am to ice cream as the junkie is to with their drug of choice I my love of ice cream has not diminished one percent since I was nine years old but I just can't go there yeah luckily it's one of those things if I don't have a bite on the I could easily never eat ice cream nurse my life without much effort as long as it's never put in front with its but for me it's gonna be hard on to Hannah yeah we got drool on like a like a basset hound over here just thinking about it we got this text from somebody in California with no electricity right now iron six figures and I'm a flushing toilet away from being a third world citizens yeah that's right no kidding bro you are endorses your kids schools closed your grocery store shelves are empty but your food is rotting here food is rotting you're in the dark you are a flushing toilet away from being a third world right and it's because there's a Levin mile per hour winds I just I I hear in my heart the girl falls of Nebraskans the durations of the the Colton's ida Hollins just heard there laughing so hard there snot.
Nestlé takes action to reduce plastic waste in the environment
"Miles and miles. It's a plastic floating in our oceans companies that use plastic for packaging or under fire to stop fast. That's especially true. If you're the world's largest packaged food company that would be nestle who we tend to think of as a candy bar maker in fact Nestle made more than ninety billion dollars in revenue last year selling two thousand and brands everything from Alpo dog food to Haagen Dazs ice cream to tombstone frozen pizza and hundreds of millions of containers of bottled water to boot last last year nestle pledged to make all of its packaging reusable or recyclable by twenty twenty five and it promised to get rid of all plastic straws in single use plastic Aston packaging. It can't do this fast enough. According to a twenty eighteen report by the environmental nonprofit break free from Plastic Nestle is the world's third largest producer of plastic waste after Coca Cola and PepsiCo this April Greenpeace targeted the company for its slow action on single use plastic the non profit held a global noble day of Action Protesting the company's annual production of one point five billion tons of the stuff every year campaigners demonstrated at numerous nestle facilities around the world from its headquarters in Switzerland to the US Germany Slovenia the Philippines and Kenya among others they brought towering puppet monsters made out of plastic waste mostly Ashley from Nestle to headquarters in the US and Switzerland but making packaging changes on such a grand scale poses mammoth challenges. It's not easy to fix global supply chains and switching to more sustainable materials can be difficult and expensive so what if you could create a marketing benefit out of the need to ditch plastic. That's what Netflix is doing in Japan with its miniature. Kit Kat chocolate bars last month. It replaced the glossy plastic film. It's chewy concoctions with Origami paper over adorned with instructions on how to fold it into a paper crane. That's clever in a country where origami creatures are enormously popular in Japan. The crane is called the bird of happiness miss a symbol of good fortune longevity suggesting that customers might turn their candy wrappers into Origami might sound trivial but nesty says it's encouraging people to unquote turn their trash into art and use the rappers much longer before throwing them away and these paper cranes could make a dent in Nestle's plastic because as the company sells some four million kit cats there every year. The company claims that this paper for plastic change alone will save three hundred eighty tons of plastic annually. Willie while Nestle is a major contributor to the global plastic waste problem. Most major confectioners have similar issues Mars which makes snickers Eminem's and many other candy brands has also promised to make all of its packaging recyclable reusable or compostable by twenty twenty-five those are sweet pleasures. You might say now. We'll see if the big sugary brand's will live up to their goals and how much more they'll do toward making not just their food but the packages it comes in uh-huh sustainable
Getting to Know Luther's Pastor: Johannes Bugenhagen
"This episode we are once again on location and the Museum of the Bible they say that here at the Museum of the Bible they have seventy two hours worth of content within the walls of this museum but we only have five five minutes and so we don't have time to look at all the great treasures but we're going to focus on one treasure. We're on the fourth floor. This floor tells the story of the Bible through artifacts and even starts before the Bible with just the history of writing cuneiform tablets and then it gets to a very exciting part of the museum for me and that is the part dealing with the reformation and I'm standing right next to a fascinating Bible the placard next to it identifies it as Lutheran Pastors Bible so first. Let's talk about who is Lutheran Pastor. Luther Pastor is Yohannes Hanis Vegan Haagen he was born in Poland on June twenty-fourth fourteen eighty five and he died city of Berg on April Twentieth Fifteen fifty eight as a student. He was not impressed with the reformers at all. FX He I read Luther in fifteen twenty eight when he first read Luther the arguments just did not convince him but then something happened as red luther a second time in fifteen twenty three and he was reading eating the Babylonian captivity of the Church and as he was reading that he was convicted of the truth of the Gospel and he was also convicted that he was is in the wrong church and he needed to get out of that church and go with Luther so he made his way to Berg is a great scholar so he became one of the professors at the University Edinburgh and he also became one of the pastors at the Parish Church at Saint Mary now Luther was also one of the pastors at Saint Mary's Church he two names for Buchen Haagen. He called him. Dr Pomeranians and Pomerania is the area that we know today as Poland so luther was calling him the doctor of Poland. The title that Luther had for him was my pastor. Luther needed a pastor this pastor to so many needed a pastor and he looked to Yohannes Buchen Haagen so that's the losers authors pastor part now we need Luther Pastor's Bible part and what we have here is a Latin Bible. It's beautifully printed. It's two columns and it's the Latin text the wonderful thing about this. Little treasure is it has gone. Huggins notes fall through it. There's only one note in a hand other than Bougie Hawkins and that note has two little initials after it P. M. and they stand for Philip Philip Malinche. Somehow Philip Malinche then got a hold of this Bible. Maybe he thought it was his. I don't know and he wrote a note in it. Then he signed his name to it but but all the rest of the notes belong to Bougie this was the Bible that he would have used to study. This is the Bible that he would have used for his personal reading and this is the the Bible that he would have used for his sermon preparation and this Bible was here and the Museum of the Bible. It's a testament to a number of things. It's a testament to the fact that luther sought out a pastor that he knew he needed someone to hold him accountable and not only did he say. Bougainville's huggins was my pastor. He also said Haagen was also my confessor. This was the man who held them accountable and also reminds us. That luther wasn't alone. We we sometimes have this vision of losers. He's you know Contra Mundi Luther against the world standing alone. The reality is he had colleagues and one of those colleagues was honest Bogan Haagen boob huggins legacy can be summed up in three words. Pittsburgh and the impact on Susie had vitner number two Pomeranians remembers hometown Poland. We had an impact there too on the church and the number three pastor because if he was luther pastor will then he was probably a good pastor and that's Yohannes Michigan Haagen and this is Bible and I'm Steve Nichols on location for five minutes in Church history for more ordination
General Mills Unhealthy Returns
"I'm Matt Greer and joining me is motley, fool, unless wrong gross Ron, it is just you and me in a word. How would you describe how you're feeling right now? So excited I could barely contain myself. Okay. Okay. Always happy to be here with you MAC. Well, good. Well, I'm excited to later. We're gonna talk some net flicks. They're losing the office. If you heard of the office show boy, my kids love them, some office, as do mine, and effective twenty twenty one the office will no longer be on Netflix. We'll talk about that. We're also gonna talk about some FedEx. But let's begin with a rough day for general mills shares down around five percent at the time of our taping on earnings. Ron disappointing revenue weakness in their US snacks business. Now, a lot of us when we think general mills we think cereal and, you know, the cereal cereal sales. In line with last year hanging in there. But they're not just cereal. They've got a number of brands everything from Haagen-Dazs to yo play to pet food, but they are running into this trend of consumers eating healthier, tough go, you got it. You know, it's interesting actually even with today's drop the stock was up twenty five twenty six percent on the year. I would not have guessed that if you'd asked me to, to kind of predict how the stock has done this year. So that was surprising to me, but you nailed it. It's, it's everyone's growing preference for healthier, breakfast and snacking options. It's hit all the companies Kellogg, wand, Elise Kraft Heinz. It doesn't matter who you are certainly general mills is, is not immune to that net sales organic net sales that's important in North America. Fell two percent. That sounds healthy though. That's our Ganic but importantly, because of their attempt to diversify and specifically the blue buffalo pet food company they bought last year. Total sales was actually up seven percent and they saw thirty percent increase in the blue. Buffalo pet business. So diversifying is is working. But obviously they want to grow some of their brands continue with some of their healthier brands a focus on Haagen-Dazs. Interestingly, not so healthy old, El Paso, Mexican their portfolio of natural and organic foods and their snack bars. They're, they're really trying to kind of focus on growing those businesses. So I think the question that everyone wants to know is where does this leave bugles because they I love entry, hopefully, you know, if you love you have you ever had. Carmel bugles. Oh, I don't think so. But when I was a kid, it was one of the most satisfying things to buy the bag of bugles. And then you pretend that they are, in fact, bugles, right? Let alone the child you needed Ave. Clearly. That was just salt and a bag. Why they were so good, crunchy salt and event is true in shockingly, not doing as well today with the health conscious consumer. So let's talk a bit more about the stock because as you mentioned, the stocks had a great last year beating the market. But it's lost to the market over the last five years and shares now trading below where they were five years ago and fun fact still outperforming Kellogg. Yeah. With wolf. Wolf wolf ESO? What's the bull case for general mills? The bull case, I think, is that they're going to continue to diversify through acquisitions, but that's dicey because that, that bull case also has a barriques right around the corner. It's tough to do aquisitions correctly. You wanna make sure you pay the right price. You might make sure you go into the correct areas, I think, part of the strength of general mills over lasts a bunch of months was partly the result of the diversification strategy. Blue buffalo being one the investors seemed to be excited about. But it's tough. I mean, the stocks. Our trading around sixteen times, not just Errol mills. But a lot of these companies, and there's a reason for that. And the reason is, is a lot of uncertainty going forward, and we'll probably still see weakness for some time until they kind of get their product portfolio straightened out. Okay. Ron and as we wrap up here looking back on your cereals, and they don't have to general mills that can be Kellogg, and they can be. But how about some favourite serials by far knock, Chem crabbing crunch is one of my favorites with crunch berries? No without contributes, actually. But foodie, pebbles are just unbelievably yes, love. Overrated. My guy was the Flintstones market. No. It was just the made. The milk fruity fruity ish. You let them get a little soggy of I gotta go. I might have to have them today. Okay. Let me hit you as some of my favorites and tell me how you come down apple jacks, boring. But my wife loves it really is fruit loops. Yeah. Like pretty pebble. Cousin count chocula now to chocolate for me to shot. Are you kidding? Get here is one of my favorites this was a sleeper frosted mini. We have it written down right here on my extra. So I wouldn't forget to mention it if you let them get a little bit Sigy fantastic. And you feel like you're eating wheat. So how bad could it be? Oh my gosh. And one of my truly favorites and I had probably a six to seven year relationship, it was a monogamous relationship here. Think about you needing a hobby, ready ready, golden grams. Oh, they're the Golden Globes are good for sure. I mean harsh their magic. It's a shame that cereal has, has gone, the way of the dodo bird because it's delicious, obviously, it's unhealthy. And that's why but even granola is delicious and milk. Everything is good. The for I'm gonna hit you with three over. Rated cereals. And you tell me if you agree ready? Yeah. Weeds god. Yes. They'll terrible Rice Krispies. They do crack snap, crackle, and pop feeling fun far after that, it's like, okay. And then Cheerios. Yeah. Oh my God. Like eating cardboard. Yeah. Honey nut Cheerios are okay. And then the one and then one more name. I wrote you get this on those other one more one more name. I wrote down and the word or the phrase, I have written by it is. I'm not dead yet. His grape nuts. I always when I was a kid I always associated grape nuts with like being older. And now that I'm older, I still associate with being have to be like, eighty to enjoy the exact. Yes. So I've got a few more years, but I'm looking forward to okay? Let's move on, after that hard hitting analysis. Let's move onto FedEx stock not doing much on earnings. Ceo, Fred Smith said trade disputes, and an economic slowdown have created quote significant uncertainty for FedEx express, Ron. Also facing stiff competition from UPS and Amazon as well. What do you think of FedEx earnings, the earnings are okay, but it's, it's the forward guidance about US China trade tensions, they forecast, a mid single digit percentage, point decline in adjusted earnings for fiscal twenty twenty investors. Don't like to see that, that I can tell you as far as this quarter adjusted revenue up two point eight percent operating income down seven percent though, negatively affected by lower package and freight revenues at FedEx express higher costs at FedEx ground cost associated with their US-based voluntary. Employment played by out the, the are voluntarily retiring, lots of employees there to cut costs. There was some strength though, US volume growth was up increased revenue per shipment at FedEx freight and FedEx ground some, some favorable incentive compensation expense. Decline. So there, there were some offsetting positives. But overall, you know, you don't wanna see a company like FedEx an operating income decline. And let's talk about the competition. Because when you look at FedEx when you look at the stock shares have lost to the market over the last year and they've lost to the market over the last five years, but they're still beating ups, okay? If you want to feel better, if you're go hang out with UPS right, but it seems like increasingly you've got traditional competitors like ups, but you also have the Amazons the Uber's you have anyone with a car who may essentially contract their time and their services out to a bigger company to deliver. How does FedEx compete with that, while you're seeing that it's tough? And you're seeing that in the stock price, they're doing things like making it more convenient for folks to drop off and pick up packages of perfect. Example would be. They just said, they're going going to create drop off and pickup sites at dollar generals, eight thousand stores what that does it puts ninety percent of the US population close to a FedEx full footprint of some kind. So they're trying to make it as convenient as possible their severed ties with Amazon for their express delivery service, the, they're making strategic moves, and sometimes. Difficult move, because as you say, it's very competitive landscape out there in Ron before we get to our next story. I want to say thanks to net suite now we know here at the motley, fool that if you don't know your numbers. You don't know your business, but the problem that growing businesses have the thing that keeps them from knowing their numbers is this Hodge podge of business systems. It's just a mess. You've got a system for accounting. You've got another one for sales. You've got another one for inventory. Yikes. It's so incredibly inefficient takes up a lot of time sucks up way too many resources and Ron, that's where net suite by oracle comes in.
A world without bees would wipe out many staple crops, UN warns on World Bee Day
"And welcome to Haagen zero hung up a putt costs that explores the food challenges and solutions of our time. Brought to you by the food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations on your host show. Lotte Lomas may twenty marks will be day. It's a day to highlight the importance of bays and the threats they face most of the fruits and vegetables, we ate wouldn't exist without bees and other pollinators. They're essential to our food security, and to conserving, the world's by diversity, but base face a very serious, existential threat to learn more. We're joined by FAO's Abram Bixler an agricultural officer with a passion for pollinators. Welcome abram. Thank you very much. Pleasure to be here. So how Di is the state of bays in other pollinators right now the figures are not looking very good for bees in, in pollinators. And we talk about pollinators a lot of. People think of, of honeybees, which is really important part of Edgar Coulter. But there are many, many diverse wild pollinators as well. So about twenty thousand from be species insects, and other vertebrates other animals, like bats, and hummingbirds, and even monkeys can be pollinators. And so when we look across pollinators, there are many threats facing pollinators and globally. They're, they're facing a real decline managed honeybees, the number of honeybees are actually increasing, but the wild pollinators across the world are decreasing in even the honeybees are facing many threats. And there's a lot of issues facing those as well. Let's talk about those threats for what's killing pollinators could use run through the full list threats facing. So it's really company of, of factors kind of all come together all of which are driven by by human. Activity. So climate change is a factor. Habitat loss is a factor. The overuse of pesticides is, is a big factor. But also, there are many diseases in pests as well that are affecting our pollinators. And so when those are taking together pollinators really facing a hard time. How severe is the existential threat to base, and should we be worried. We should we should very much be be worried where the data is especially North America in Europe. There is major declines happening, not only on these, but other insects, especially in, in general, one of the big things is that we still lack most basic data on a lot of pollinators in other parts of the world, Africa Asia, and also, South America, and one of the big fears is that with habitat loss and destruction along with global climate change. We can't even in summer. Regards know what pollinators are out there. So our best estimates are about twenty thousand different beast species alone, but of those only about ten thousand have actually been identified. And so we're worried that we are losing species that we don't even know could you paint of a wealthy bees and just sort of give us an idea of the range of fruits and vegetables that we would lose a world of bees and other pollinators would be very bland in very scary Biesen other pollinators are are essential for pollinating about seventy five percent of the leading food crops that humans depend on for food, particularly when it comes to fruits and seed crops, that, that we need. So if you can imagine a world without raspberries, a world without peaches, apples, melons, and members of the, the squash, family. That's what we'd be dealing with what he's doing to protect. The wills pollinators. We're doing a couple of things to protect the world's pollinators one is that we're raising awareness, just much like this podcast just trying to bring to the forefront, the threats facing bees and pollinators and the, the, the dire state that they're in one is that we work with policymakers. And so we're, we're providing advice the policymakers on pollinator-friendly practices in agriculture especially, but pollinator-friendly practices, such as ecological based farming systems, such as the reduction of hazardous pesticides promoting ecology as a away for sustainable food, Negra cultural systems. We also work at the ground level as well in terms of, of projects and trying to better mainstream the importance of biodiversity like these pollinators in food and agriculture systems, but also delight. Hoods because many people depend on, on supplemental income from the products of these Impala maters. And so what about us ordinary citizens? What can I do to help ensure the future of obeys? You know, one thing that you can do is. I think you have a respect for bees, pollinators in what they do and they killed them. Don't heal them. Don't feel frayed of them, but you can also do simple things like if you have a garden, reduce the pesticide in your garden plant different be friendly flowers and other nectar sources for them, you can create an insect hotel for them. What's, what's it insect, Hato insect hotel? You can find out more on the ethical website, but it's a it's a very simple. It's a it's a box or pieces of wood, and hollow openings that, that insects beyond beasts can use the nest in b but the big thing is promoting their habitat. You can also talk to your policymakers and share about the importance of bees in pollinators for for food security for reducing poverty, and also for the production of the products, we love beeswax, and Honey. That was Abram big slow and agriculture officer at the food and Agriculture Organization in Rome.
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"haagen" Discussed on KGO 810
"Of dollars of expense all of this in Switzerland. And France right now is the result of human beings moving around competing with each other with pencils and papers. And some of the excitement is they didn't even have computers are. Calculators? In fact, don't you say that left in nineteen seventy one was working with acetates that were smudge is that right? That's right. Yes. In those days when you gave talks you wrote your claim. On the project them behind you onto the screen and hope that you'll notice must didn't trip Swiss onto him and ruin them. And so nobody had heard of power point in nineteen seventy one. That's it forty years. Nobody had heard of it, and they had to do this and small rooms. And nobody quite remember. They didn't do a lot of recording that he didn't have digital in those days. And what you want an iphone four s would have done for that meeting. Everything would have been recorded. We wouldn't have to debate. Because part of the story of what happened in seventy one. Is they have different memories of what to have said. But let's go now to Peter Hicks because Peter Higgs is one of six people in one thousand nine hundred seventy four who are important to understanding the pursuit of the forces of nature. This is something to do with S U two times you one. What does that mean? Professor. Well, what it means? I don't know that we need to go into other than to say what he'd applied to the electromagnetic force and the weak false the one of radio activity three scientists Steven Weinberg Shelly glass shell adopted. Salaam, had realized that it was possible to make a description of those two forces in a mathematical way, which is cool as you to gross you one. In fact, there was a full person that John ruled who was Abdisalaam. Mm who mysteriously was the one that missed out on the Nobel prize this rule of maximum of free and one of the things in my book. I tried to understand quite what it was those three did. And he didn't all white was he missed out. But that was a mathematical idea that you could build a theory of these three of these two forces so long as you ignored one fundamental problem, which is that whereas the photon, which is the particle quantum of of light the thing that flits around and transmits, let's medic force. That's got no master tool the analogies. Carry a of the week full school the w the week. He's very very massive experimentally, but they had to ignore that to make their ideas. What they said. Well, let's pretend the WSB got no Massa tool and carry on. And they showed you could make a very nice mathematical description, if you shut your eyes to that fact, the problem was if you tried. Clues the mess not being zero. Everything went wrong you he didn't finish straight away. And it was Peter Higgs and five others in nineteen sixty four who discovered a way of getting mess into your equations without spoiling, the nice features the equations had and that became known as the Higgs mechanism though. He was only one of six that came up with the basic idea, and it was then seven years later, the tossed and Feldman showed if you married these two ideas together, namely, the Hades and Co's trick of including mass on top of the theory that glass shell Salaam, Weinberg and ward had constructed everything works so nine hundred sixty four Peter Higgs and colleagues all are looking at what you describe as a loophole in the theorem that it had been very neat about symmetry, the symmetry being hidden, you say electromagnetic and. Weak force. Everything was working fine except for there was this problem. And the the problem was when there was actually mass as opposed to massless nece emerging from this equation Higgs worked on it. The others worked on it together. But we need to spend a little more time with what they discovered because they discovered something called a bow son. That's what means Higgs close on. How to define a boasts on? Why is it important here? Well, that is really the nub question which is currently control the balance, and he's going to be have to be sorted out if Nobel prizes eventually get awarded for this business because saying there are only a maximum of free. Prize? And we've already mentioned there are six people who have within the space of a few weeks in independent groups Peter Higgs on his own that was Robert Browns and Francois Anglais in Belgium, Louis, Jerry, corral, Nick, call Haugen, and Tom Kibble who was then working at Imperial College London. But Haagen and around lake our American the most six people independently discovered this mathematical trick of how to get mass into the equations, so far so good. It was however only Peter Higgs who drew attention directly to a for the consequence of this idea that there would also be a new particle with mass which has been named after him expose on. What's the big deal about that? It is this particle is very massive. It's highly unstable holding theory, and if you could produce you to the next. And then see what happened when he decayed it can be K in various different ways do different ways. It decays would be why. You will compared with the way the particles, usually decay. It would decay into things that have massive more easily than those that had lightweight which is the reverse what usually happens. So the idea would be produced. This objects see it decays in his unusual way. If it does you proved the whole idea is what nature does rather than it just being a very clever mathematical trick that some mathematicians have founded a piece of paper that is why the Higgs Bozon is so important for us at the moment. It is the way of checking whether nature does it as well. As just us coming up with ideas. Both sons are must carry a force their force carrying particles there. The thing we're looking for. It's true that forces are carried by those homes, but it's not necessarily true. The old beaus homes carry forces, the Higgs, bows on is a different based in that sense. It's it's cool to on because of certain properties that he has. But it's not a false carrying objects in the way that we usually think of things I wanna move just a moment to that to the romantic here is this why when we use the word quantum physics. We say that you cannot be sure all the time that things are always moving. If you know, how is it said if you know, it's force. You can't know where it is nowhere. It is. You can't no it's four something like that. You can't symbol tiny say no both wear thing is and how Fosse's moving somebody said he's like a politician. You can never pin them down down there change, their ideas straight away. So the boatswain is like that. You can't nail it down. The Bose on like old articles, you can produce it. If the conditions are right, but he only will live for a fleeting moments, then decays. So you don't see it. You see the entrails office decayed? And by studying these entrails a bit like studying the skid marks an accident. You'll trying to work out what? And that's why in Sern right now. They're looking at the shadow the clue the entrails of the Higgs boatswain. That's what they're looking for. That's what they're looking for the what they are doing is the by smashing beams of protons the nuclear life Haji. Atoms. Each the head on the speed of light the energy that they have the energy in that collision is recreating in a very small volume for very brief moment. The sort of conditions that the universe itself would have experienced. We didn't about a trillion to the second off the big bang this series on correct? That was the e-p-o-c-h when the Higgs bows on whatever walls that gave mass and structure to because moss was around just say this word the phrase the gold particle. I don't think I'm unique. I don't know a single practicing particle physicist who uses that phrase. It's very misleading even for people who believe avidly in a gold. He's not editing tools to do with creation as such wants the. Expose on the whole business is about is how off to the big bang had happened. And I've no idea why it happened often it happens. What was it that gay structure in the universe? Rather than leaving the universe is a halt bland, an interesting place. So what turned energy into matter? What ten what turn the? That's why we're smashing protons together. Because we're trying to recreate that moment. That's right. We we we try to recreate conditions of very intense energy. And then seeing how the energy congeals into matter if you like and the way that they can deals into matter. It's predicted by theory that it should in some cases congealed into this objects goal, the Higgs bows on and we don't see it because it lives such a short time. We see we would see what it decays into the problem is there's lots of other things being rated and flying around in those experiments and your detector is recording data of trails of ephemeral particles. Thousands of them every seconds. And if you're lucky buried in one of these images, maybe one in ten thousand images each image of which is a thousand trails in it already. We'll be a couple of trials which off the telltale sign that they all the decay products of expose on. So it's like trying to find a needle in a thousand. Haystacks, I wanna turn to the professors closing remarks about why we exist at all why we're here debating this because it's print. It comes out of this conversation for the last hundred years, but a note to huffed. Makes his presentation in nineteen seventy one he publishes it in his thesis. He's very modest about it. But he has in that what you say could be the basis for another Nobel prize because he's got a way of solving not just the electromagnetic and the weak force. But the strong force to and he doesn't see it is that correct? That's correct. But he indeed any ceases has got the solution to the strong force and.
"haagen" Discussed on WAAM Talk 1600
"That is let's say process through and excreted by some badger somewhere. Wherever it's going to be one of the neuro coffee shops and deep autonomous Eleni. And I still really like that place. You know, what I miss depot type cellini? I miss Miller's ice cream shop. That's that's one hundred years ago. I missed that place that great Sundays. They're great. Now, the real real real ice cream has nothing to do with millers. No, there's only one real ice cream. You know, what that is iota is up? There's only one realized I don't care what your favorite is only one really really really top of the good five stories this Haagen-Dazs. Nobody beats Haagen-Dazs. Nobody do you know why I know people Briars. I got it. I got it there. Okay. But here's why Haagen-Dazs beats everybody. It's because they have more fat than everybody. And what do you think it is that makes the ice cream tastes good fat? Yeah. You know, what makes bread tastes good? Loook? Thank you very much so AMEX just chime back in Lua Lua cafe love that place. The fat content is what makes ice cream creamy. Sweet wonderful. A we just want to you might want to fill the bathtub and dive in with a partner. But the other thing is. Gluten makes bread. Good. Did you if you don't have gluten and bread any no good? When you get sour dough bread, the kind that just, you know, it's kind of stretchy chewy also that the French baguettes. That's gluten man. Why would anybody in the right mind? Be gluten free that just makes no sense at all to me. But hey, I got some stuff to get through here. So I got a full and around talking about coffee and bread. I can tell them hungry. I am. Beck into this piece, the the the Democrats socialists, and that's what you need to start thinking of them as referring to the mass calling them. They're not Democrats. They're Democrats socialists, and what they're trying to do now with their head cheerleader Casio Cortez. Or sandy OC. Within ten years what they want a complete one hundred percent lockdown control of your life. So that there will be you. So that they will bring about and they'll think is a wonderful. Shining communist city on the hell they want economic security and they want prosperity and wealth for everybody with economic security. And of course, they want environmental Justice just that term alone. Should scared of Livin hell out of you. They're going to they're going to bring about national energy, efficient smart grid. They're gonna upgrade every residential industrial building for state of the art, energy efficiency comfort and safety. What that means is you're gonna pay a ton of dough to have your house rehabbed refitted retooled and the second to be any more comfortable than it is right now won't be any more s-. Well, you'll probably have a whole bunch of things. He didn't need the first place. But with regard to the energy efficiency at your house. They're going to force the sun, you know. Well, don't worry you'll get a tax credit. They're going to force the sun, you that they want to do this. We're talking about making us into a law. Let's stop right here. It's not going to happen for two reasons. It ain't going to get through the Senate. Well, I wouldn't bet on that. But it more likely won't get through the Senate. These are the commies in the house. And it's probably not gonna get past Nancy Pelosi. But this is something that they would conceivably champion, but it's certainly not getting past Donald Trump. That's why they have to impeach him as quickly as they can. That's why they have to try and put him in jail as quickly as they can. That's Jerrold Nadler has to go back and find ten years of Trump's tax workers and to try and prove that he's a criminal. I make that up. We'll get done the second year. And again, I thank you Elmo expert give a journal for the contribution here. My contributing editors today are girls, I love it. I got an all girl, contributing editor staff, I like that journal during Nadler, I want to get you guys outfits. I'm gonna have on the edge with Iran, contributing editor outfits, they're going to be really cool. Trust me during Nadler to reintroduce Muller's protection Bill on first day of new congress. Now, this is something else. He's threatening what they're trying to do. He's mentally. He's got he's gonna bring in the the new attorney general Whitaker Whitmer. What's his name, whatever it is going to bring him in. And they're going to try and get him to report regularly. So they can see that he's not messing with the mother investigation, which by the way, it's under. His to fire Muller wants to. Yeah. Trump to right off the bat by you're out of here history. Ghosts? Can't really do much of anything, but he's gonna make everybody's life miserable. Now back to the psychotic communist Casio Cortez. And you can bet the Nadler and Cortez are going to try and outcome each other. That's that's where we got the new generation coming in Nadler's gonna commie since the sixties seventies big time, usually so huge. Enabler? Defender and. I think he got what's your name out of jail that murder out of jail. One of the the weatherman. So anyway, here's nothing new under they want. They're gonna this bill's gonna eliminate greenhouse gas emissions. From manufacturing agriculture and other industries as well as from America's transportation and infrastructure network now that doesn't say cutback that says eliminate now greenhouse gas. Remember is carbon that they don't call it. That's your that's what they're trying to they want to get rid of carbon carbon is a really good thing. Carbon Zana band thing. Carbons a good thing. And they wanna get rid of it. They wanna get rid of it because they've been told that carbon is going to bring about global warming. Oh, wait. I'm sorry. Global cooling. Oh, wait, wait that didn't work give a climate change. That's it. Yeah. Yeah. That's it. And that's what they're trying to funding massive investment in reducing existing greenhouse gases. Let me pack that one for you. This is one of the most dangerous points in the stupid little girls proposal and don't forget this is called the green new deal. Funding massive investment means government's gonna put a lot of tax money into this. And I mean a lot. So that means you're going to need a lot of tax money from you. Between its calls for upgrading homes overhauling travel public infrastructure, and even the way Americans consumer electronics, the plan leaves virtually no facet of everyday life. Untouched man. This is the just these these communists lay awake at night and get sexually excited. I'm not making up thinking about stuff like this. They do they I think they touched themselves. They they they this is what they're all about. They love this. They love this. Everyday life. Untouched. That's their ideal dream is that they say man were controlling everything. Now, they're just say it for that reason, they say it because we know more than everybody. How to do everything the right way and were the guys that can do this perfectly? And we're going to bring about perfect secular heaven on earth. We're going to do this. It's going to be wondering late night and get say ginned up shall we say anyway. That's what they wanted to think of how often you don't use electricity to imagine. How much of your average day the plan wouldn't impact? Who's the author on this? This is Tom Elliott comes from grabby. News grab grandma news or something. I've never heard of the site before this pretty good piece the proposed by this piece, we're going through his cut the green new deal radical mandate for government control of American society government control of American society that piece of the headline right there. That's in the subtext headline. That's what this has always been about. This is this is never been about the environment. Some of these people actually believe it is. But that's not what it's about. That's not what it's been about. It's been about completely controlling American government and by extension controlling every single American. I mean, controlling controlling you will be in serious trouble. If you don't go along with the control everything from just insane. Fines confiscatory finds a possibly having to attend in education class a seminar to at some point possibly going into a camp. That's farfetched. Progresses. Have done this forever. Forever. That call it a camp. But you could be maybe sentenced to who knows a couple of courses at a community college. You have to take because if you don't pass them, then you're going to jail. I don't know. This is totally conceivable when these people start talking about controlling every aspect of American life. Don't forget they've got a force it on. You're not gonna go there willingly, the proposed committee would also have seemingly total oversight over American industry with the mandate for pushing union membership under scope of the plan a section on labor states that the committee's final plans shell oh, you know, what? By the way. That's where that's where they would break for commercials on TV. Man negative commercials. You can see what it is..
"haagen" Discussed on Throwing Shade
"It's not like a lot of there's all his gay friends have come out and been like we told him. It was okay to say that. That's that's right. He does not have those friends. It's not they're not public and. Assir silverman. Actually, ended up retweeting a thread that Greg Haagen who is who was responding to Nick cannon about this who wrote to Canada. Remember the first time you saw someone get punched in your life. There was no sound effect. Flack like in the movies. The victim. Probably didn't do a perfect movie stuntman role. Could you feel the violence behind? It recognize the malicious intent to inflict inflict injury. That's what I'm a phobia. Feels like to me I can feel the violence that could feel the malicious intent he goes on to say there's been a trend of LGBT allies being accused of homophobia recently. The thing is a lot of gay guys. Don't take offence to these comments because we didn't feel the violence or malicious intent behind it. Because we knew they were jokes because we knew these people LGBT allies that is all true. And then he said, we knew the history and backgrounds of these women in particular Chelsea, Amy and Sarah. I would've never said it like that. Except just now I did what do you mean? I would never be like Chelsea, and Amy I've never I've only met Sarah Silverman, those three, and I would never call her silver, Sarah, I would call herself. They're not shares. They need last names. That's right. He said we knew the history backgrounds of these women they use their massive massive platforms to help us long before marriage equality and continue to do. So I can't say the same for Kevin Hart. He doesn't have a history of helping out risk LGBT youth his tweets and his standup saying he'd do anything to have a great son made me feel me bristle, and it feels malicious Michael Chang defended Kevin Hart know, what the list of people how this guy reached out to Zach. What does what is gonna zag? He defended him as saying he said if Kevin Hart is cleaned up to host the Oscars. No black comic is the only by comic was cleaner than haven't. Kevin Hart is book for the next ten years. Chocking about Cosby solemn Giorgio Giorgio, I do he is brilliant. And I don't know him all except twenty. Should I would love to a great pal? I love him. He's the best. He tweeted something so great. He said two things can be true at the same time. Number one Kevin Hart needed to properly apologize for his long list of past homophobic, remarks, number two black celebrities more harshly scrutinized than their white counterparts. One doesn't cancel out the other. I absolutely believe that I don't think the Kevin Hart should have been outright fired. I don't know that he was. And it bothers me that he quit. I think this could have been a really teachable moment. But I don't know what his responses than pass this. So I don't know if he would have been willing to take this on a teachable moment of what he would have needed to do which is be like, hey, I've learned a lot. And that wasn't right. And now, I'm trying to get more. Right. Every day. You know, I don't know. If that's I don't know if that's where he stands because we didn't get the chance to know dance. And I wonder how we would. I sometime trying to honest look at what I would how would have responded if he had said not that he needed to have been like a breath of fresh air. Like, I honestly think like real apologies. That are not like, I'm sorry, please forgive me. Because I because I don't like what happened, and I want to be forgiven. Apologies. They're like here. Here's why it was wrong. And I learned that now and I'm trying to get better. And I don't know everything and we're all trying to get better. I think is like it's a relief. I think it also shows all of us like you're not supposed to be fully formed and perfect right? You're supposed to be constantly trying to be better. And God to be best. To learn more to. Yourself. You're a big Trump supporter. I love to be best..
"haagen" Discussed on Throwing Shade
"It's not like a lot of there's all his gay friends have come out and been like we told him. It was okay to say that. That's that's right. He does not have those friends. It's not they're not public and. Assir silverman. Actually, ended up retweeting a thread that Greg Haagen who is who was responding to Nick cannon about this who wrote to Canada. Remember the first time you saw someone get punched in your life. There was no sound effect. Flack like in the movies. The victim. Probably didn't do a perfect movie stuntman role. Could you feel the violence behind? It recognize the malicious intent to inflict inflict injury. That's what I'm a phobia. Feels like to me I can feel the violence that could feel the malicious intent he goes on to say there's been a trend of LGBT allies being accused of homophobia recently. The thing is a lot of gay guys. Don't take offence to these comments because we didn't feel the violence or malicious intent behind it. Because we knew they were jokes because we knew these people LGBT allies that is all true. And then he said, we knew the history and backgrounds of these women in particular Chelsea, Amy and Sarah. I would've never said like that. Except just now I did what do you mean? I would never be like Chelsea, and Amy I've never I've only met Sarah Silverman, those three, and I would never call her silver, Sarah, I would call herself. They're not shares. They need last names. That's right. He said we knew the history backgrounds of these women they use their massive massive platforms to help us long before marriage equality and continue to do. So I can't say the same for Kevin Hart. He doesn't have a history of helping out risk OBT youth his tweets and his standup saying he'd do anything to have a great son made me feel bristle, and it feels malicious Michael Chang defended Kevin Hart know, what the list of people how this guy reached out to Zach. What does what is gonna zag? He defended him as saying he said if Kevin Hart is cleaned up to host the Oscars. No black comic is the only by comic was cleaner than haven't. Kevin Hart is book for the next ten years. Chocking about Cosby solemn Giorgio Giorgio, I do he is brilliant. And I don't know him all except for twenty you should. I would love to a great pal. I love him. He's the best. He tweeted something so great. He said two things can be true at the same time. Number one Kevin Hart needed to properly apologize for his long list of past homophobic, remarks, number two black celebrities more harshly scrutinized than their white counterparts. One doesn't cancel out the other. I absolutely believe that I don't think the Kevin Hart should have been outright fired. I don't know that he was. And it bothers me that he quit. I think this could have been a really teachable moment. But I don't know what his responses than pass this. So I don't know if he would have been willing to take this on as a teachable moment of what he would have needed to do which is be like, hey, I've learned a lot. And that wasn't right. And now, I'm trying to get more. Right. Every day. You know, I don't know. If that's I don't know if that's where he stands because we didn't get the chance to know is dance. I wonder how we would. I sometime trying to honest, look at what I would how I would have responded if he had said not that he needed to have been like a breath of fresh air. Like, I honestly think like real apologies. That are not like, I'm sorry, please forgive me. Because I because I don't like what happened, and I want to be forgiven. Apologies. They're like here. Here's why it was wrong. And I learned that now and I'm trying to get better. And I don't know everything and we're all trying to get better. I think is like it's a relief. I think it also shows all of us like you're not supposed to be fully formed and perfect right? You're supposed to be constantly trying to be better. And God to be best. To learn more to. Yourself. You're a big Trump supporter. I love to be best..
"haagen" Discussed on WGN Radio
"Now Sam Haagen-Dazs Suzy with disco and also Daryl Cameron, aka captain sky who performed on soul train had a disco hit with wonder warm. Yeah. Welcome back. Money. Did you? No, not at one place. But it's great to be back in the city of Chicago. My home city, I love so much. And you know, that's so train experience. Man. I'll tell you, man. What what an awesome experience, you know, what tell people the story. Where are you? When you get when you get asked to do the show. I'll tell you I tell you I was actually managed by any time is better than an enemy music industry. Started with Curtis Mayfield Kurt time records in hotel, Eddie actually, managed me, and he was an awesome promoter. I mean, he got their record burn up nationwide, man. And we got a call don's. Hey, we need them to come to show. Awesome. Awesome. Awesome. If they say they needed you or they need a guy and you fit the both caption. Oh boy. The manager gets the call because if rod Cornelius is calling the house you'd have to go. Hey, man. I tell you he called Eddie. And you know, and Eddie told me said, man. Yeah. I got some great news for you me. Because at the time as you guys know that was the pinnacle man, I mean, when you do so Trey man, you pretty much say, you know, I made it, you know. So what an awesome experience for a twenty one year. Okay. Selling records all of us are up in Chicago. Yes outside Chicago. I mean to be at a twenty one kid know, everything about sold trained that had to be a moment. I mean, really I mean. Thinking about a man because when I got the call one eighty told me, hey, man, get ready to go on. And he's in any any also gonna film the same day with BB, king and peaches. Paternity man and meet them and Lucille caress. Lucille. Just awesome. It let you touch his Gestapo. He did he did even with the get up. You had. Yeah. Yeah. He did. He was afraid. No. I'm just kidding. But, but it was awesome. Awesome. I mean, it seemed like the limousine that the Donald center picnic airport was like to blast long. And then it's also beautiful woman gets out. She's my driver. I said oh my God. I made it. Well, they didn't miss it. They didn't miss miss. Trek? They didn't miss anything. Sam owner bringing in real quick just the idea of tonight is the night that you will be having the revival of the disco which is on Hubbard street here in Chicago. You know, obviously the connection to the name disco and bringing a disco legend like captain sky in. But what how how much did, you know about captain, sky and soul train and everything before going ahead and booking this gig? I mean, I still remember seeing reruns associated ran until two thousand six so it would still a pre cresent in my youth. But you know, we we open this club disco in two thousand six bottom hospitality, and we kind of want to be stewards of the fact that you know, so much disco sort of informed so much music after hip hop. And sure and then to know that all the soul and jazz in Chicago informed that an earth wind and fire was formed here. So we wanted to were stewards of this. Incredible genre. We want to be really good stewards. And the fact that Don Cornelius started here in being perfect sensitive soul changes worked out that captains guys we releasing something. So we wanted to do on the diversity. You know, and we're gonna do it up. We're gonna have the line. We're going to have the scramble board or whatever we're gonna we're gonna dancer the scrabble board stands for a lot of desperate. But the scrabble board pre internet, low tech and must see are you kidding me? Because you had to dance while you're figuring out the word to stand there. Yeah. Sure. Vannice? How do you get the word out because a lot of the I would think the clientele that comes to the disco may not be even familiar with disco. They know the concept they know the beats everything about the music that came from it. But how do you sort of get them excited about a soul train revived? You know, we didn't ever want to really be kitchy with what we did. Because I think disco stands on its own people. Don't really realize how much you just go. It was it was the best songs that happen to be the dance songs of that air era. So it's kind of amazing. We kind of just said, hey, we're just gonna play these songs and people to come in and ask for Jake and stuff like that. And we're just not gonna play it. And we're full every weekend we have twenty two year olds and. Sixty two year olds they're going home and tell the sixty two year old you wouldn't believe what I found if you heard of this even be open at long, we are just talking about how clubs over a year two thousand eighteen it's crazy crazy. All right. I think one of the things guys, you know. And that's really really cool about the music, man. Is that it's happy, man. When you hear it, man, everything good and human everything good that you feel the only one who wasn't with Donna summer got off the tracks for a minute. And she had that somebody left a cake of a rain situation that yeah. Yeah. We didn't need that. But you're right. You're right. It was happy happy, man. Good feeling man. Just smiles, and you know, and that's what you know. I'm so grateful to have the opportunity to be a part of this to have you guys, you know, over there disco bringing that thing back to Chicago 'cause started here. I mean, you know, Don, Cornelius. Wow. Man. Great guy. I mean, he just you know, I he deserves a lot of credit for that phone call that he may and because the week after I did that show, man. The phone was bringing up to hook man, major, promote course agencies man, just tours. You know, boom, comedian got made on the tonight show an act that made on Seoul trance, right, right? Hang up. Can you hang on for a second shore, come on captain sky? Absolutely. We go back to far absolutely was his bodyguard for the good years. It's nine twenty. That's coming up tonight there, Steve we're getting ready for closing arguments. In the Jason Van Dyke trial will have an updated nine thirty from the WGN newsroom. There's love takes time. We would've said last week. Mitchell Trubisky was going to be that close to set the all time career record for touchdowns single game. All had us arrested. Check what we were smoking. Celebrating. Frisky showed accuracy for the first time. I finally stood up and made the place and today was a huge challenge came out. 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"haagen" Discussed on Impact Theory with Tom Bilyeu
"So I think it's all about just really getting out there and seeing what's available. And so then what are the signs that somebody should look for to know that? Okay. This is something that resonates. I think I love sleep is do I love sleep, but there's some mornings when I wake up and I'm like, I don't even care how tired am. I'm so excited about this day. So I think being excited to wake up also, you'll just see it in your energy. I think, as well, the little pep in your step I have when I'm walking to set is really telling also the people you surround yourself with. I think when you start to get surrounded by people and my team is a great example of this that really bring out the best in you and you feel yourself growing and learning and maybe a little more patient or a little more creative, or you think about things a little differently, any type of. Evolution like that, I think is definitely signs or doing the right thing. Now this this entire career path has been everything but comfortable, no part of its comfortable. So even on the days when I come home and I think that was horrible. It was horrible. I can literally feel part of me Volvo as like, okay, what you did and I know for the next one, what to do, you'll know what to expect to the next one. And those scary things are all signs that you're doing the right thing because you're growing. That's really interesting and the concept of getting us out of your comfort zone. Another this really big for you. How do you push yourself to do that? And how do you make sure that you're getting something out of it because I'll give you like a real fear that I have for people because it's exactly what happened to me. So I forced myself out of my comfort zone. Same thing I know that famous quote, like your your dream worlds, just on the other side of your comfort and all that. So I put myself into business. I was learning it. I was always behind always was embarrassing myself and looking stupid. And so as it was gaining skills, I was also getting a massive amount of anxiety. And so how do people make the most of those moments of discomfort? Well, I'm having that you touched on because it's a real thing and a lot of being an entrepreneur is stressful and it is does a toll on your body. Mind and your health. And so something I believed to be equally as productive as work is meditation and taking some time to recover as been called rejuvenation, Sunday. I mean, it's in my calendar. It prompts up sometimes on that Sunday. I'm like, need you even work, but it's in my calendar and it goes off every Sunday. I think taking those times actually consolidate those lessons and resetting yourself as very important. Because at the end of the day, we are being tired and we wear down and I think that's important, but making the most out of your comfort zone. I have this thing where I like to visualize things. I know. 'cause it's easy to talk about all of these things then talk about tumbler. Nine. Oh, cool success. But when you're actually down to it, it's hard. It's hard walking into an audition for an example, and then doing really badly and going home and thinking, well, oh, well, I step up my comfort zone, so I should be happy. That's not a practical thing that's going to happen. You're going to go home and eat the ice cream? I've done it. I've done it all the time, but I think visualizing like, okay, this is me. This is my goal and I literally do this with my hands every time I have a failure. This is me. This is the. Oh, there is nothing in between there. I need to create what is between there, whether I do really well, a really bad that's going to be a step. And I think visualizing every failure is a little stone towards where you go is really helpful. You talk really powerfully about ownership and taking on. So. In those moments where you just fallen on your face, you're feeling Uber shitty and you wanna go eat the boulevard scream or maybe you're knee deep in the Haagen Dazs. How do you begin to like?.
"haagen" Discussed on Unfake It Till You Make It
"To experience emotions for real there's no like there's no mention with udo haagen was a lot of like imaginary circumstances which i just couldn't connect with some people can i couldn't and so like you know we would work on craft instrument like we'd get on stage and he'd be like what's your objective for the scene to be angry who who in your life makes you angry i'm like my dad is a guy looking to the audience assert speaking through that go now go go she started talking to this imaginary person but it was real to you because it's you know my father and then all of a sudden like i would get you know caught in the moment and emotional and the second i felt a real motion big go started seeing go go go go and you learn to bridge texts and you know dialogue with your true motions and once you understand that is where i was on my god that's what acting is it's it's experiencing real emotions with someone else's words and bridging that that's a great way to put it them it was really like those incredible yeah really really opened my eyes and taught me like the craft that's something to resonate with for sure getting yourself i mean i know you know when you're doing any project or act or directing you should prep yourself i and when you're ready to go for it but i like how you put that were like get yourself caught and when there's a spark they hit it go so if you're ever if you're ever acting or something or you're feeling like oh i don't feel ready you have to just figure out what really gets you that spark and just maybe if the weight and then when you get it you start and the more you do it the easier it becomes like the instrument said do your skills every day exactly you can exert can glide yeah that's cool yeah i'm excited for some reason hustle many reasons yeah hell yeah yeah so much to be done i'm trying to finish up the script that i wrote that will teen and sixteen and then i i left for a year out of the country and then i'm back at it like editing it and with a mentor of mine and i i need to like like when i started the script i was in zone knocking things out in every time after i came home i would do it go to sleep do that yeah and then but with the editing now i'm like and the little lagging any tips to get into the zone i mean because you're in zone this last from we take i we take brooklyn yet and then now you're zone what what's been what have you been noticing that gets your ass like lights that fire yet man like writing is a very difficult thing to do because it's like there is no immediate gratification you know what i mean it's like word by word page by page slowly like one page becomes ten and then next thing you know if you stick with it you have a script screenplay but that discipline there's an amazing book i read called the war of art so it's a play on the art of war by stephen press fields i would recommend this book to absolutely any artist not just writers actors musicians even like business people because what it what it kinda like shows you is like all humans the more creative you are have this resistance to create you have this voice in your mind that telling you like you know the second guessing everything in like this resistance will sabotage any creative endeavor that you try to undergo and once you understand it you kind of like can work through it and that's the biggest thing like procrastination writer's block it's all just different manifestations of resistance now we have this natural resistance for some reason i don't know why and so this book really helped me and allowed me to be like one of his things is like the muse shows up every morning at nine am when i fucking put my ass in the chair and start writing its job and you have to do it every day and once you have that momentum that's the think that's the trick that's the secret is to have a momentum having noushin yeah and so with writing especially it's got to do it every day and you.
"haagen" Discussed on Black Agenda Radio
"Back up the police in in very expensive suits that could bleed dissidents opinion dry including that landlord that you talked about he was compelled to drop his suit against the sounders what i'm solutely and i think that that an incredible victory for us carl haag haagen who is an exploitive landlord here in seattle socialist alternative and trauma so once office we're going against coral haglund because he has a propensity of buying buildings that are mostly immigrant black and brown families who he thinks he can exploited and he has them living in capable living conditions cockroaches rats mold any tried to raise the rent on this building almost up to a hundred percent rental increases i'm not completely unacceptable to have people living in squalor and then increase their rent without doing anything to improve their living condition and so they contacted us once office and shamas wanting socialist alternative help them to organize to defeat those rental increases and then chama was able to actually pass a law and city council which was dubs the carl haglund bill the name of exploitation of landlord saying that if you have outstanding rental or code discrepancies if their issues then you can't raise the rent in those buildings and as a result carl haglund took offence to that he took offense to someone holding him accountable to his actions any filed this lawsuit but ultimately when it went to court you know when he claimed if i may in court it didn't add up there was nothing that actually proved that he had been defamed instead what the courts decided and you know what we believe as well is that what's mitt we sharma was doing her job she was acting as an elected official to represents a means of constitue.
"haagen" Discussed on WDRC
"Majority of gun related crimes are carried out by illegally on firearms when i see statistics about how many mass shootings occur in gun free zones and forces us to remember that gun control is a slippery slope they don't just want gun freeze those they don't just want to make some firearms illegal they are rather than solving the real problems this is just turning into more and more gun control that will eventually serve the of disarming the public and i don't think that a lot of the younger activists realized that that is what's going on and like i said before it's just a very emotional response to tragedy that doesn't look at the longterm plication thank you philip millennials who don't or who see guns is something evil do you think they're willing to sit down and have a conversation because during all of this we've tried to reach out to some of these groups people i get my gonzalez's and david haagen of course lesser figures who are part of the movement and they don't seem interested in having a debate you know come on make give your best case for making changes we'd like to ask if you questions that's what i do on this show is mostly asked questions of people and they don't want to do that and i i guess i've always found that when somebody doesn't want to engage or have a debate about something it's usually because they think they're going to lose absolutely something i have found frustrating as well i've also reached out to other groups to program or rather to anti gun groups on my campus and it's been very difficult to start an open dialogue and i think the big part of the problem is because our education system is in teaching the foundations that it needs to be in order for us to respond to tragedies appropriately we don't talk about how hitler took steps to disarm jewish people before the holocaust we don't talk in schools about why the.
"haagen" Discussed on Stuff You Missed in History Class
"Yeah it was you know that unique time that throughout europe i think in any of the the sort of capital cities there was a lot of really interesting art happening post world war one as everybody was kind of recovering just the way people looked at the world had changed and so a lot of really interesting stuff was going on louis haagen was another important male figure in ladas early career haagen was a banker and he saw a lot of potential so much so that he provided his own money for her to make her first feature links film he had also invested in film stock at the time and this was actually a pretty unique situation because a lot of wasn't pitching a movie potential investors or anything it was only she said i have a project that i mean someone to fund it she'd like other animators was making short fund films at the institute and at the time a ten minute animated film was considered long so when haagen saw ladas work and then asked if it was possible to make a feature length shadow puppet film it was pretty visionary on his part although the initial reaction amongst most people was that it was a terrifying idea because it was so ambitious but ryan iger coke and the collaborators they worked with all that it was a really interesting idea and they decided to try it the adventures of prince akhmed was the result and this is often cited by film historians as the first animated feature film rather than snow white which is the what in the popular memory was the first one.
"haagen" Discussed on KOMO
"Grocery stores to deliver their goods in the middle of the nights is an davis lives near the haagen after six months or so and a half years i still awakened almost every time other others report the same problem in the nearby fred meyer residents a comprehensive nighttime noise ordinance so they can finally get some sleep but city officials tell us they're caught in a balancing act between mitigating the noise and the needs of the business community at the outset they're asking grocers for voluntary compliance in order to cut down on late night noise the fight against opioids on reservations was the topic yesterday as interior secretary ryan zinke met with two tribes in our state thinking met with members of the spokane tried and the confederated tribes of the colville reservation and the town of weapon it he says tribal communities are disproportionately hurt by the opioid crisis zinke says he studying how the interior department can best support tribal law enforcement agencies and cracking down on drug dealers and how to best support communitybased treatment a van used to feed homeless children in tukwila that was stolen earlier this week has been found on the tech well a weekend snack pack program says seatac police found the vehicle abandoned on the side of a road amazingly it wasn't damaged an organizer jenny mccoy says volunteers were already using it just a few hours later of course i was elated because today is our most important days we put the snack packs together and then deliver them to all the schools so i would've taken two to three times as long to do our work today without the van because we would be using individual cars so this is great the program feeds more than two hundred and fifty homeless kids in the tukwila area every week police say a team of pickpockets appears to be ripping people off throughout the region lesley hinds was shopping at panera bread in everett when it happened to her restaurant and paying attention and i would never suspect anything like this what happened there within forty five minutes pickpockets ran up more than fourteen thousand dollars in credit card charges if you have information call nine one one a man suspected.
China Targets U.S. Pork, Apples for $3 Billion in Tariffs
"Organization of diverse faith communities in thurston county posted a message of support kingdom hall members we spoke to didn't want to comment about the arson or the ten thousand dollar reward offered but they did say more police officers have been patrolling their kingdom halls in the region suzanne phan ponies apples grown in our state could be the target of chinese tariffs as part of an international trade war the fruit is become a bargaining chip in the dispute between the white house in china china says pork in steel pipe could also be hit with higher import fees yesterday the markets tumbled on word of the tariff war or a potential tariff war with china industrial and tech companies like boeing and microsoft also fell sharply since they depend heavily on foreign trade a coalition of puget sound ports says pollutant emissions have been dropping in recent years a new report from puget sound maritime air form says a sixty nine percent decrease and pollutants that are harmful to humans and a ten percent drop in carbon emissions since two thousand five ports say new engines and cleaner fuel played a role ports they're also working on ways to make their operations more efficient people in snohomish have had enough of ear piercing noise late at night as big grocery stores take deliveries the sound of trucks rolling in while families are trying to sleep suzanne davis lives near the haagen store after six months or so and a half years i'm still awakened.
"haagen" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"Like i was released studying like buddha haagen and all these things were act ankle bike look at me all right uh so i thought i go in and i was really into james dean at the time i remember this and i was like and i go james dean a red all his barrier fees he never acted in his acting class he just observed and i go oh how cool that is so james dean and cool so i would go to his class i pay money which i didn't have but i pay money for this class and i would say not just want to observe and out sit in the back of the closeness watched the acting class news like jimmy sure i mean you should just get out here and i try go now good m get us gonna just going to observe and he's like i i got to be honest i really think you're you're wasting your time but okay if you wanna just sit back and and so i kind of just did that i didn't really act in the acting class at a really paid off as a as he as he gets emi movie roles in order to be james dean because you so different from james dean i mean necessarily like in his role as always ike holding so much in an he's he's like you know like romantic figure whose holding all this in intelligence like explodes out of him and um he has this kind of like reserve in inner cool and you're so is seemingly like extrovert it i loved him i love river phoenix i loved leonardo dicaprio there are like my favorite their my favorite actors and.