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Fresh update on "hannah " discussed on Bon Appetit Foodcast
"Ideas. Hi, Sam. Hi, Hannah. Nice to know. Virtually meet you. Yes. Same. It's so nice to chat. Sam, so Hannah did some thinking, I did some thinking, and we wanted to both propose a recipe to you. But in your case, see what's interesting about your issue is that it's not just kind of what can be contained neatly within a recipe page online or otherwise. At least as far as I think of the issue. And I'm curious to just kind of hear Hannah's perspective because she's somebody who worked in a professional kitchen with severe space constraints. Yes, I feel like, you know, obviously space while very real. You can really execute so many things in just a small sliver of space with just a little bit of smart thinking. Yeah, totally. I love this perspective. It's interesting because sometimes I do feel like I'm in a galley just like it's getting hot in there and if I have a sous chef, like me my best friend love to cook together where behind yes chef kind of vibes like it's fun, it's like the energy, but it can turn into chaos real quick. Yeah. Like what I would kind of challenge you to do like irrespective of the recipes that we put forth for you, right? Is just thinking a little bit more like a chef, okay? And what I mean is stuff that's like really basic, right? It's like this is like kind of like first day of basketball practice where you just like your coach goes over like for like an hour like how to tie your laces so that they don't come untied. You know, but it's important, right? Hannah, do you do stuff like that at home? Or it's like home just like, well, you know what? My spice drawer looks like a nightmare. And that's just how it is. I mean, yes, also that. But I do think they're definitely tips for us to share. We take so many things for granted, right? So all of the things that you just mentioned, but even like keeping your salt and pepper and maybe an olive oil or vegetable out on a small tray and you're just decanting as you need to. So what is that equivalent for a baker, a bread baker specifically, like having a little bench flour and then a larger containers of bread flour and AP flour kind of more at the ready, right? Yeah. That's like really, I didn't think about. I have my flours, like all my kinds of flowers and big jars, 'cause that's good. I learned that one quick because anytime I open the bag, it was like instant mess. Like poof. Yeah, yeah, exactly. And spices that is a good call 'cause I start to put stuff away in the midst of a project and then I lose it and then it never ends up back to where it may be the most convenient spot is, but I think maybe slowing down and being like, where is the most convenient space to grab this and what container would make it more convenient is like a really smart way. So look at it. And may I offer one piece of very practical kitchen advice? Please take it or leave it. But the tip that's just landed with me and stuck with me through all these years, regardless of your kitchen size or shape, whether it's like a straight galley or like a U shape or like an L shape. If you think of the kitchen work triangle, the fridge, the cooktop, and your sink. It's like those three points. That's where everything happens. And being like economical in your movements is key to recipe execution success and just being efficient in any space, but especially a small space. So if they're ways that you can look at your kitchen space and just shift things around on that triangle point to make things easier to grab, easier to clean. You might just make some small changes to your small space that will make a huge impact in your overall processes. Yeah, yeah, that's awesome. I'm already like, I'm already mapping out my kitchen in my head. I'm like, even just put it like pen to paper that might help. And think of all the different ways you can reconfigure. Because some things are fixed, like you're not going to move your fridge around, but you can move your body around. Great point. You know, chefs have been figuring out smarter ways to do more with less, for time, immemorial. And so, you know, I think some amount of that knowledge. However much seems comfortable to you. However much seems achievable to you without going crazy and yeah, yes, chef ing your friend unless you just sort of feel like it because it's your night to kind of binge watch the bear or whatever. You know, you know, take away what you will from that. But don't feel like your physical space is necessarily by definition a limitation. And with that. Hannah, do you want to tell Sam about the recipe you were thinking about? Yeah, so, I mean, given your interest in bread and baking, this recipe came to my mind immediately for both its challenge level because in my mind, bread bakers, they're like in a class really. I mean, it takes a real level and appreciation for precision, timing all of that good stuff. But I thought I would veer a little bit left and go with a giant cardamom bun. I'm not sure if you've seen this on our site, but she's a stunner. And I've seen her. I've had that pinned on Pinterest. Yeah. Yes. Yeah. I feel like it is a high effort, but it is high reward. It's a yeasted dough. But it kind of blends the best of bread baking and pastry, right? And it's a really gorgeous, stunning statement making final outcome. So effectively can be done in a day. So in that sense, it's like faster rewards than maybe a sourdough. But it's still worked. And I feel like, you know, with the holidays, you might want to think about some group friendly hangs a 100% and sweet. So I thought that might be fun and festive. Yes, that is so exciting. I'm so in. Oh yay, okay. Have you eaten many buns? Like Swedish style or Danish style pastry. If I see something like that in a pastry shop, that's like my go to. Like any kind of bunny, bready thing rather than like croissant, you know? Yeah. But yeah, that sounds really exciting. Oh, great. Okay, and I thought, you know, I didn't want to take you too far away from your bread zone. And then who knows, maybe you can even develop a sourdough version of this as like an intermediate two. We'll talk about the attorney. Good. Okay, well, I just want to inspire and motivate, I guess. But I feel like you can kill this. For anybody who's not familiar with this style of bun, Hannah, I'm about to absolutely annihilate the pronunciation of this cartoon cardamom buller. Cardamom and butter. Thank you. Very close. That's promised. Yeah. We'll just keep moving here. But it's a style and fun that's like this enriched dough.
What Charges Will Alec Baldwin Face?
"Every day there's new reports about how guilty Alec is and now what should happen to him and there's so many conflicting opinions. Generally people in Hollywood don't want to blame him. They're trying to blame. And of course, a large part of the blame falls with Hannah Gutierrez read, the armorer and Dave holz, the first AD, who now we found out has made other mistakes on previous movies was fired from a movie for similar type of bullshit with guns. And now we also found out that Hannah read Gutierrez and I knew this from just looking at her face and not knowing anything but who is this ghoulish girl, this new type of young woman with all the tats and piercings, a chunky girl who calls herself a former model, get the fuck. You know, if you pose for one in picture that's a modeling photographer, you got a model. Show me the box you're on. Show me the catalog you're in. Stop with this model. And the goddamn newspapers pull her a former model. Wouldn't she do model socks over the radio? She's a big pudge. She's not a model. And she's not pretty for Christ's sake. Anyhow, Nicolas Cage on the last movie she worked on her first movie, screamed at her because she had done and gone off right near his ear while he was preparing for a scene and he was so pissed off he walked off set and he went to the people who run the movie and said, she's got to go. You've got to get rid of her. Someone's going to die here. He was out of his mind, man. So that's why this girl did the podcast all kind of nervous. Well, I was nervous about it because my first time and yeah, honey, it's your last time too. You're not working ever again in the movies. You're done. You're done. So with that, my legal source told me Alec Baldwin shouldn't escape any consequences, he has to be tried for involuntary manslaughter. That's what he feels. Because he says his actions fit the New Mexico statute law definition for involuntary manslaughter, engaging in a lawful but dangerous act without exercising due caution and circumspection. It's a fourth degree felony, punishable by up to 18 months in prison finds up to 5 grand. That's nothing considering what he's about to face civilly. It's going to be horrifying. But my source like me still believes Baldwin might escape criminal charges. I mean, I think the bulk of the charges will fall on the armor and the first AD, but a civil liability, Baldwin could get hit pretty hard for negligence on a wrongful death action. It's going to cost him dearly. I don't know how they're going to put their lives back together and then again, him and hilaria, it's going to be a while.
Caller: Mike Lindell Is a Good Christian
"I was going to carry you. I have two pillows, my pills. And I've got three sets of towels. I've got a pair of bedroom shoes. And I love every bit of them and Mike mandel is a good Christian and they socialist Democrat are going to split hail wide open. Thank you. You know, Hannah, you're very, you're very welcome. I will say this about Mike lindell. I was talking to our good friend Franklin Graham a few days ago and Franklin was telling me that that lindell is down in Florida and was giving away literally thousands, hand delivering thousands of my pillows and the bed bed sheets and things of that nature to survivors of the hurricane. What a good and decent man he is. We gave his heart to God in these Democrats. These other people better get on their knees.
Mitch Haniger's homer lifts Mariners past Guardians 3-1
"Mitch annagh homered in the Mariners opened a four game series by holding off the guardians three one The ems didn't score following Hannah's three run bomb in the first inning but they didn't have to while Marco Gonzalez retired 16 of his final 18 batters We just had a steady mix and had just followed our game plan And just went back to doing what we do which is execute pitches Gonzalez gave up four hits and blank the guardians after José Ramírez poked an RBI grounder in the second losing pitcher Tristan Mackenzie's retired 18 of his final 20 batters after Hannah's Homer Mackenzie allowed just three hits I'm Dave ferry
Were All of the Founding Fathers Slave Owners?
"Charlie, my friends all say the founding fathers were slave owners. What do you have to say about that? That is what John says from Pennsylvania. So I've done a, let's say a fair amount of public commentary on this. And I have to thank the great hillsdale college for this, honestly. So look, I went down into the hillsdale online courses, Charlie for hillsdale dot com. You should all check it out. That's Charlie F war hillsdale dot com. And I did the work. A couple years ago, I'd kind of just trip over my words whenever the issue of founding fathers and slavery came up. And I probably had a response that some of you gave like, oh yeah, but we abolished it and that was then and now this was then and this is now. That's not even a proper answer. Because it's not true. The founders all knew what they were doing was wrong. They wrote openly about it. So that doesn't make them hypocrites, it makes them sinners. As the great doctor Larry arn would say. 9 out of 13 a colonies had already abolished slavery by the time the constitution was ratified. The first antislavery convention was hosted in Philadelphia in 1775 by Benjamin Franklin. Thomas Jefferson admonished king George for bringing the Senate slavery into America. In the original draft of the Declaration of Independence. The northwest ordinance, article 6, said that no slaves should be in the new territories. But Nicole Hannah Jones insists that America's true founding was not in 1776 but 1619. Now who is Nicole Hannah Jones? She is the con artist that runs The New York Times 1619 project that your kid is probably learning from right now. Let's play cut one 53. 1619 in August of 1619 is when the first group of 20 to 30 Africans were sold into the Virginia colony. And what the project is basically arguing is that that is actually a foundational to the American story as the year 1776 because nothing would be left untouched by that decision to engage in the institutional slavery. So for those of you listening on podcasts, looks as if she has Elmo on her head. I don't quite understand. That someone went crazy with a dry erase marker. She's this massive orange head of hair. That is very bright. The sunglasses watching that clip.
Why the Declaration of Independence Is SO Important
"Emma is from New Mexico Charlie loves seeing that Steve smiled in church. Thank you so much. I'm in high school and my friends think America's racist and awful. They're happy to have the time off for July 4th from their summer jobs and from their sports, but they tell me that America is an awful place and we need to turn it over, have a revolution. Can you please help me explain to my Friends why the Declaration of Independence is so important and what exactly happened that day. It's a great question. Emma from New Mexico. And I love speaking at Steve's mother man's church. So let's read it. July 4th, 1776. Now it took three days to actually finish the document. It's really July 2nd that we should be celebrating Independence Day. But they dated it July 4th for a reason. Now, we must understand the time in the circumstances before. The declaration was signed. That this was a bubbling up of many years of the British Empire that needed to pay off war debt. They need to be able to finance their country to raise taxes. And their colonies in India were totally ravaged by, let's just say imperialistic hubris. Went back to Britain, they need to try to finance to kind of basically bridge the revenue short gap. No one in on the aisle wanted to actually pay taxes. They said, let's go tax those colonists. Now remember, before the 1750s or 1760s came around, the first Europeans to come to America and the first Americans came right near 1620. Now, Nicole Hannah Jones makes a big deal out of this, we'll play some tape from Nicole Hannah Jones, the wannabe historian, who does nothing but basically is a, let's say, historical arsonist. To what is true and what is accurate in American history. Of course, there were the first colonies on the eastern seaboard, Jamestown being one of them, then of course the Mayflower got blown off course. That is the creation of the Mayflower compact, which then of course created the first experiment in self government in the new world. For over a 150 years,
Naomi Osaka Offends Swahili Speakers
"Naomi Osaka, the kind of player who is just a real big pain in the ass. I like to fire up cross court shot of her face, Naomi Osaka announced last week that she's partnered with LeBron James company Spring Hill to start a new media company. A media company from the girl who doesn't want to talk to the media. And you explain that to me? Naomi Osaka expressed the hope that it would produce TV shows and documentaries and branded content. Again, this is the fraud who doesn't like attention thrust on her. This is the woman who had to step away from competitive tennis for her mental health sake. She said, and then she went on to do a few magazine covers and went to the Met ball in New York City, dressed like a fucking peacock with feathers in her hair. Don't believe anything she says. Now get this, the name of a new venture, she called it Hannah kuma, what she said means flower bear in Japanese. Hold that, hold it because it didn't take long for the Japanese Haitian Osaka to discover, oh, that phrase has another meaning in Swahili in Swahili. I'm not even sure why we care about this Swahili content, but it's why Healy it translates to women with that of a giant. Let's not forget there are 200 million people who speak Swahili, which is the majority of East Africa. So dozens of losers on Twitter in Africa piled on her and they begged her, they urged Osaka to this reconsider that name. They called it offensive. Of course they did. Of course they did. Everybody's offended now by something.
What Is Charlie's Take on Juneteenth?
"I saw that turning point USA is not having off as a federal holiday for Juneteenth. Why is that? What is your perspective on Juneteenth? So last year we came out pretty, let's just say publicly against the idea of making Juneteenth a federal holiday. And it's rather clever by the left, you have to admit, Juneteenth, as it is properly understood, of course, is something worthy of appreciation. It is the day the news of Emancipation reached Texas and that news started to spread. That is not at all what's going on here. Let's stop being naive. Let's stop looking at things as they tell them as they are and really what's going on here. What's really going on here is a BLM holiday to try to focus on alleged systemic racism to resurrect a propaganda campaign to try and focus on racial differences and to try and have a point of reference right before July 4th, by the way, intentionally summertime holiday. To have the worst people you could imagine, ibram X kendi being one of them. And Robin diangelo and Nicole Hannah Jones give them a day where they could become incredibly relevant to talk about, well, yeah, of course, Juneteenth was nice, but really we're more racist than ever. That's the exactly the wording they're going to use. It's like, oh yeah, whatever Juneteenth day that what's really going on is Juneteenth is the show that look at systemic racism and inequality and inequity. And some Republicans will say, oh, no, no, you know, Juneteenth is a conservative day because it's about the freeing of slaves. Of course, if we weren't talking about another political movement that wants us to try to have a federal holiday where they can corrupt the American flag done, Tempe Arizona, they took down all the American flags and put up BLM Juneteenth flags and then have an unnecessary unhelpful entire massive propaganda campaign that will be happening on TikTok on Twitter on Facebook on Instagram. All about how races are country is.
Eric Chats With Hegseth and Goodwin About Teaching Love of Country
"One of the things that I think we just have to be clear in American public education before it went wrong in the 19th century, we would teach love of country, love of God, like these basic things, love of freedom. What is freedom? We really understood that there's just no pulling these things apart. And if we don't teach them, they go away in most of the world, they don't have this kind of stuff. So we had this pride in inculcating the generations with these ideas and celebrating them. And as we know, through the decades, this went away so that patriotism, it just kind of went out in elite circles. They were globalists were elitist. We don't believe in that rube stuff, you know, rah rah, America. And they demonize the concept of love of country, which I just find amazing, especially you served in the military. I mean, the idea that we would denigrate a healthy love of country as somehow jingoistic chest thumping, triumphalist. I mean, it's kind of amazing how deep those bad ideas got so that you have a lot of people in the country who they just kind of have gone along with that. Especially in the blue states. Yeah, we're self loathing at this point. America was to quote the disgraced former governor of New York, America was never great. That is the view of the left at this point. Can you imagine? With the history, but before it was Hannah Jones and the 1619 Project, it was Howard zinn, a people's history of the United States, which is the most prolific history textbook of the modern era. And if your high school doesn't have the book in the classroom, then the textbook that was written for your child's classroom was based on Howard zinn and people's history, which is American history written from the Soviet perspective. And then David Coleman and the folks at the college board rewrite the SAT to respond to the common core, which was based on Howard zinn. So now what your kids are learning, what they're tested on and they're entrance exams are based on a Marxist view of American history. No wonder we get kids that are pumped out saying, this America thing is terrible. We're teaching them that.
People Are Defecting From the Left in Record Numbers
"Then? The final phase is the desperation of the left realizing that they control, yes, the institutions, but they do not control the people, that the people are defecting from them in record numbers, that their games and their cutting of corners and their cheating will no longer be honored and them realizing that their ability to control us, their magical spell has faded. You see this as grassroots activists in candidates running for office, they just kind of shrug off attacks. This is happening right now in Arizona where Blake masters is being called a racist by the media and he's like, that's not what I said. I'm not a racist, and basically go take a hike. Other Republican candidates are trying to attack Blake masters here in Arizona by calling him a racist. And that is being super rejected by the conservative base. Where the conservative base is seeing other candidates attack Blake masters here in Arizona and they're like, no, actually don't act like a leftist. He's not a racist because he shared some Facebook article 12 years ago that had 25,000 words that you cherry pick one part of it and he didn't necessarily endorse it, like actually that's a scum like tactic. And it is. And so you're seeing this in every corner, you saw it when they tried to attack JD Vance. Like, oh, he's a racist. Nobody cared. Now let me be very clear. Conservatives actually have a radar for a legitimate racism. That's why we know Nicole Hannah Jones and Robin D'angelo and ibram X kendi and taha nishi coach. We know that they are racist. We know that. But we know that people on our side we referee racism and they don't. There's no place for it in the conservative movement. Doesn't exist. And yet on the other side, they're the ones that built entire political movements around it. And this kind of realization of how disingenuous dishonest and power hungry the left is has empowered us, but they are now going to respond with pure force.
Charlie Confronts the Deconstructionist Doctrines Poisoning Politics
"If you do not teach children that certain things are true, then where does it stop? You have a Supreme Court Justice that can not give you definitive answer of what is a man and a woman and guess what? That is the furthest right now and it will go even crazier. Extrapolation of deconstructionist ideology. At every turn tries to make you doubt question and tear apart things that we know are fundamental to existence that we know are essential to our survival. You see that in the whole transgender movement. You see that where all of a sudden we have the blurring of lines where Pennsylvania's own at University of Pennsylvania, the death of women's sports where you had the man who thinks he's a woman, all of a sudden be the 462nd best swimmer overnight transition to be a woman and win the NCAA championship. Why would that not be wrong? See, we as Christians have an answer. We have two answers. Number one, I want compassion for the person who thinks they're in the wrong body. I want treatment for that person and most importantly, I want their soul that we want for Christ. But secondly, that doesn't mean we have to all of a sudden rearrange the rules of the game to allow cheating. We as Christians believe cheating is wrong. Both things can be simultaneously true because we as Christians and most societies are not able to articulate this, but the Bible tells us when you have strength you are morally called, in fact, you are required to protect the not as strong.
Why the Constitution Is the Greatest Political Document Created
Charlie Speaks at Dayspring Christian's 'Remember America' Series
"And last week I was in boulder, Berkeley and Cal state Fullerton. So it's a lot different of a reaction. I know some of you are booing, totally understandable, right? You should boo Berkeley. It's a very dark place to give you an idea how dark Berkeley is. I had to bring a deliver in sky with me. Just in case. Victor marks, if you know who I'm talking about. But here's the amazing thing. And there's something so special happening in our country. When I visited Berkeley in boulder last week, we had a major problem. And it wasn't antifa. It wasn't all that nonsense. We couldn't find rooms big enough to fit all the students that wanted to come to our events. On campus. Very special. So I traveled 330 days last year all across the country. I'm doing three podcasts today, a couple hours of radio. And I'm in the education space, but a little different than day spring. I go to hostile territory and try to spread truth where there is none. And tonight, we get to celebrate and support a place that is full of truth and full of light for liberty. It's a little different, but the same thing, really, because we're trying to raise up a generation to understand what they've been given. We as human beings all have a lot in common. One of the things we all have in common is that we've all been born into a world we did not create. So we're born into a set of circumstances that are not our own. And boy, are we blessed to be born in the set of circumstances in the United States of America? And that statement alone is agreed upon by basically all of you. But it's now wildly controversial to say that in most schools today. In fact, it's four and it's a concept that most young people when I come and I talk about how America is the greatest nation ever to exist in the history of the world, how the constitution is the greatest political document ever written. They want to believe it because in the soul of a person is a yearning to want to actually love the place that you're from. But there's this disconnect between all the propaganda that they've been led to believe and first what they are all of a sudden hearing what they know to be true. And I think one of the reasons for that is actually
Joe Biden Has a Young Person Problem
"Are repulsed by identity politics. And we should be. The politics of trying to put people in different categories based on their skin color is not something that we appreciate or something that we support. Now identity politics is rooted in the idea of trying to let's just say use a word that came in the 1990s, balkanize the American political, the American political landscape. However, there is one part of kind of segmenting of politics, if you will, or the country that I think is very helpful. And that is to look at things generationally. Instead of looking at things based on skin color, I think looking at political dynamics based on age is far more helpful. While I do believe there are differences between men and women, I do not believe there are differences between white people and black people. I don't. I do not believe in racial differences in people who do. We have words for them, racists like Nicole Hannah Jones, or like Robin D'angelo, or ibram X kendi. But I do believe that there's big differences in experiences and let's say things that people have to live through in generational dynamics. So typically, the younger the voter, the more Democrat and the more liberal they are. They tend to be more idealistic utopian, less rooted to the tragedy of life. And not all life is a tragedy, but life could be tough. The first Buddhist principle is life is suffering. I don't quite believe that to be perfectly honest. Life can be full of suffering, but it also can be beautiful and full of joy and love and prosperity. Generational dynamics for me are the most helpful and interesting to look at. And so when we look at Joe Biden's approval rating and we look at who actually is driving the decline of Joe Biden's approval, it's remarkable when we learn that it's younger voters in particular that disapprove of Joe Biden the most.
What on the Left Has Grown Stronger in the Past 4 Months?
"I have a legitimate question what on the left has grown stronger in the last four months. Name one thing. The only thing I can name is the amount of illegals that have come into America, the potential population. However, Hispanics are turning conservative and record numbers. So even that it's a little bit blurry. What on the left has grown stronger in the last four months. Since the new year, Pfizer AstraZeneca Johnson & Johnson, they're on the ropes. Disney is down, CNN plus is gone, Twitter is about to be taken over and totally changed, which we know censorship is a fundamental need of this regime. If they're not able to censor they can't exist, they must be able to shut you up, the Democrat party has lower approval ratings than ever before, wire, what, who, what, where is stronger than they were four months ago? I'll tell you who is stronger though. Rogan is more popular than ever before. Tucker Carlson is more popular than ever before. Bill Maher's anti woke, tirades are stronger than ever before. Elon is richer, he might have his net worth as might have gone down by 20 or 30 billion because the stock prices, but Tesla was up 10% since last week, 10%. Our podcast is up amazingly. Our radio program is up. Our social media engagement is up. We can't find spaces big enough at turning point USA to be able to fit all the students that want to come to our events at Berkeley and boulder, meanwhile, I'm not really sure if people are flocking a big numbers, go hear critical race theory, Nicole Hannah Jones, maybe. I don't think so. If you kind of look at these fundamental indicators of where the society is going, Republicans are winning registration wars across the country and desantis wiped out all of the gerrymander gains that California New York tried to do. Desantis basically level the playing field. God bless that man.
"hannah " Discussed on Poetry Unbound
"Keep yourself at the beginning of the beginning by Hannah Emerson. Please try to help me go to the joy that is trying to go to the beautiful, helpful, helpful beginning of the beginning of the very trying freedom that we make are a great, great, great light. That is nothing but the laughter that is fooling us into believing that we go to the trash bin that is your life that become the treasures that live in the bottom of the bin that is your life. Yes, yes. Yes, yes. Please try to dive down to the beautiful mock that helps you get that the world was made from the garbage at the bottom of the universe that was boiling over with joy that wanted to become you, you, you. Yes, yes, yes. Please try to go to the colors that kiss you great, great, great person of the light that is becoming you. You, you, yes, yes. Please try to keep yourself in the bottom of the bin. Yes. Yes, please try to go to the kissing mock that is very true to your life,.
"hannah " Discussed on Poetry Unbound
"At the same time? Keep yourself at the beginning of the beginning by Hannah Emerson. Please try to help me go to the joy that is trying to go to the beautiful helpful helpful beginning of the beginning of the very trying freedom that we make our great, great, great light. That is nothing but the laughter that is fooling us into believing that we go to the trash bin that is your life that become the treasures that live in the bottom of the bin that is your life. Yes, yes. Yes, yes. Please try to dive down to the beautiful mock that helps you get that the world was made from the garbage at the bottom of the universe that was boiling over with joy that wanted to become you, you, you, yes, yes, yes. Please try to go to the colors that kiss you, great, great, great person of the light that is becoming you, you, you, yes, yes, please try to keep yourself in the bottom of the bin. Yes. Yes, please try to go to the kissing mock that is very true to your life. Yes, yes. Please try to meet me there. Yes, yes, please.
"hannah " Discussed on Good One: A Podcast About Jokes
"This is your problem. She's like, I'm not the one here. You're putting Bengals on a baby, right? What did you say, like putting bangles on a potato? So instead of placing the onus on the so called deviant to come out of the closet to self declare instead, she's like, no, you need to reexamine your actions as the sort of gender normals and the gender hysteria that you perpetuate. I'm not the problem here. Because you can't put Bengals on a potato, even though it's a very expensive, like organic potato. Seriously, calm down, gender normals. Get a grip. No, I mean an address. That's weird. No, it's not. Do you know what's weird? Pink headbands on bold babies. That's weird. I mean, seriously, would you put a bangle on appetite? No, that's organic. I paid a lot for that potato. Of course, I understand why parents do it clearly they're sick and tired of their beautiful baby girl. Being mistaken for a boy baby because of the no hair situation. I understand that. But the thing is, I don't assume bob babies are boys. I assume they're angry feminists and I treat them with respect. I don't know that if I got this opinion from Hannah gadsby, but one of my hard lines is why are we putting bows on bald babies? Don't function. It looks weird. It just aesthetically. The thing I don't get is that babies, in my experience, don't like them and babies. Yes, they hate them. Crabby enough, why would you add this to their plate is my feeling? I mean, her point about like, why does a bald baby male? That's just drives me nuts. Sorry, this is just, this has been my own personal thing by one to call out that I share that opinion with Hannah Gatsby. It is interesting that the things that stick with you, the kind of one liner sorts of things, it is almost eye Rolly, how on the nose it is. And yet the line I identify as tired. It is so concise, it is so, I think one of those things that is probably slightly unintentionally prescient of a great deal of conversation about identification and Fox News applied jokes about identification in the last several years. And it is the kind of thing that then became co opted by so many people that you can't really say it anymore because it has become glib in a way that was not in this context. And yet as a single line going back to it, I was like, oh my God, that's where this line came from that has been in my head sometimes. I've definitely heard it for sure. I thought the same thing when I heard that I'm like, oh, that's where the game from. I have heard people say constantly. Maybe they weren't quoting her, but it's definitely like originated with her. I don't know if I was transgender. I don't. I mean, I'm clearly gender not normal, but I don't think even lesbian is the right identity fit for me. I really don't. I might as well come out now. I identify.
Is Tipping an American Practice Stemming From the Slave Plantation?
"While the latest kind of idiocy in this kind of, it all goes back to slavery contest is the concept of tipping. So think about your tip on Uber driver or you go to a restaurant and leave a tip. You check into a hotel and you tip the doorman. The argument is that's due to slavery. That's an American practice, by the way. You don't see it in other countries, at least not in the same degree. And moreover, if you go back, you find that that slave masters, it was after slavery, supposedly that this kind of tipping practice became widespread in the United States. At least this is the narrative according to Nicole Hannah Jones, and Nicole Hannah Jones makes outlandish statements that basically look like she's just come out of a vodka spree, but it turns out that no, she's picking it up from she reads the kind of far left rival literature and she picks up these kinds of claims and then gives them a sort of patina of respectability by sort of parading this in The New York Times and on her social media feed. So you as Nicole Hannah Jones tipping is the legacy of slavery and she goes, and if it's not optional, then it shouldn't be a tip, but just to include it in the bill. Have you ever stopped to think why we tip? Like why tipping is a practice in the U.S. and almost nowhere else. Now I've said before in the podcast, this is downright stupid. I've traveled pretty much all over the world tipping as universal and stepping in Africa. It's tipping in India. But the historian, the economic historian Philip Magnus, who's been on this podcast. Well, what Magnus has done is he's written a kind of thorough article on this tipping issue, and this is a guy who really knows how to dig. So he finds he finds out that Nicole Hannah Jones got her ridiculous claim about tipping from a kind of left wing activist named saru jama. This woman sounds suspiciously Indian and anyway, she's apparently some kind of a health activist, not really an academic of any kind. And she wrote an article which had a paragraph on tipping in all the other leftist sources of picking up her nonsense. In any event, what magnets really shows is that all of this nonsense about tipping tracing to the aftermath of slavery isn't really true. Tipping goes way back to the Middle Ages. In fact, it's so common that tipping is referred to more than once in Shakespeare's plays Magnus quotes an example from 12th night. He goes on to point out that you have European travelers who are writing, this is in the early 1700s. So obviously long before the end of slavery, either in England or in the United States, and they're talking about the common practice of tipping in inns and in taverns and in restaurants and
Nikole Hannah-Jones Goes Off on Tipping as a 'Legacy of Slavery'
"I just saw something today on social media and I retweeted it. Nicole Hannah Jones and she goes tipping, dipping is a practice that goes back to slavery. And then she goes on to say, you know, have you ever wondered why tipping is only in America and nowhere else around the world that's because it goes back to the slave plantation. This is basically Nicole had a joke so I'm thinking this is one of the stupidest statements I've ever read. First of all, tipping is universal. I grew up in India, people tip in restaurants all the time. I've been all over Europe, tipping is very common in Europe. So first of all, the idea that tipping is only American is nonsense. Number two? What is Nicole Hannah Jones implying that slavery is a form of forced and unpaid labor? Is she saying that on the plantations it was normal practice for masters to tip their slaves? You know, hey Frank, great job. Excellent service in the field today. Here's 50 cents for your efforts. What? I think historians worldwide are waiting with bated breath for Nicola Hannah Jones to explain and she's not going to explain because that these are people who essentially say stupid things and expect never to be called on
The US Senate Has Finally Done Something Meaningful!
"Meaningful. The U.S. Senate has finally done something I approve. This shouldn't have taken so long, but it's finally done. The United States Senate has passed the sunshine protection act by unanimous consent to make daylight savings times permanent. I'm not a fan of daylight savings time. Falling back, springing forward should just remain the same time throughout the entire year. In fact, we should spring forward even more. So that the fall, it's the opposite. I never understood that in the most depressing time of weather, we also made it darker intentionally. Who thought of this thing? Makes zero sense. Now, I know you're gonna say it's Benjamin Franklin. And all this, no way, he was too smart for this. I think it's a Nicole Hannah Jones conspiracy against Benjamin Franklin. There's no way. A 2015 study published in sleep medicine, researchers compared the rate of strokes during the week after daylight saving to the week two weeks after the tweaks before. They found the rate of 8% higher the first two weeks after the shift, and people with cancer were 25% more likely to have a stroke later than the other times of the year. People over 65 were 20% more likely. A 2019 report found a higher risk of heart attack after both time changes, but particularly during daylight savings times. Interruptions to circadian rhythm can also impair focus and judgment. A 2020 study found fatal traffic accidents increased by 6% in the United States during daylight savings time. This shouldn't have been taken so long, but it did, and the U.S. Senate has finally done something useful.
Trans Child Molester 'Hannah Tubbs' Gloats Over Light Sentence
"So this one story is so extraordinary. And there's been a lot of back and forth on this, but the latest is this. George gascon, who I think is being recalled in Los Angeles County. The fact he got elected in the first place is just extraordinary. Is actually saying that his recommended sentence for this person is too short. Now who is this person? Well, this person is allegedly by the name of Hannah tubbs. I refuse to use the term Hannah tubbs. I'm just gonna call this person tubs. This person tubs is a deranged criminal. I don't say that lightly. It's a sick individual. This person, tubs, two weeks shy of their 18th birthday. Now, this person was a man when they committed the crime still a man, now considers himself to be a woman, just so you know. So tubs goes into Denny's. This was back in 2014. Grabbed a ten year old girl by the throat, locked her in a stall, shoved her hand down the girl's pants and sexually assaulted her. Prosecutors say stopping only after someone else entered the restroom. Tubbs is now 26, pleaded guilty to assault and was sentenced to two years in a juvenile facility. Criminal record includes another allegation of sexual abuse of a child, so a repeat offender. Now, gascon says quote, while most people, while for most people several years of jail is adequate, it may not be for miss tubbs. If we knew about her disregard for the harm she caused, we would have handled this case differently. The complex issues and facts of her particular case were unusual. And I should have treated them that way. This change in policy will allow us in the space that I'm moving forward. So there'll be no change, basically, this person's going to a juvenile facility for two years, probably get out sooner than that. For multiple assaults against a child, gender transition to a woman, and they're going to walk the streets free. Probably doing it again.
"hannah " Discussed on Published...Or Not
"Is something that is quite special and I think actually speaks to so much of the ways in which these communities were supported by those who understood the land and knew it and were in many ways devoted to country. It was speaks to a different type of devotion. You've covered all the devotions, possibly what happens when there's intense love when it's taken away. There's intense grief. It's interesting that I always end up writing about grief, but I do think it is one of those emotions that we are able to connect with across time. And I think it's also something which is largely inescapable, especially when you're looking at stories of people, you know, on a ship that 6 months who leave behind their home and then come to new places necessarily that's going to be separation. And grief and loss. But I think also the grief and the loss can speak to what we were talking about earlier just the sheer amount of diversion and love that is there in the marker of the depth of love. Hannah Kent's book devotion in part tells how devout lutherans immigrated to South Australia. But more so about two young women in the group who find friendship and committed love that follows them beyond the grave. Thank you very much, Hannah. Thank you so much for having me. And now, it's David's tone. Centralist Australia is remote and desolate. But that seems to accentuate the trauma caused by murder. Such is the case in migrant Higgins novel cutters end. So Margaret, welcome to three CR. Thank you, David. Thank you for having me. The landscape here plays an integral part in this novel. And I just want to read a little extract. It is quiet, isn't it? She said, and startled Mark wondered for a moment, if he'd spoken on ad. Together, they looked out the sliding doors to the land beyond the petrol valves. Thousands of kilometers in every direction of a vast and uncompromising land. Once she said, I found a woman's shoe out there in the scrub, just one shoe, he filtered that fluttering, deep in his chest, a shoe. He said, strange..
"hannah " Discussed on Teachers in America
"Only on Fridays. And we would probably still be doing that if it weren't for COVID. In the spring of that first shutdown, our school went remote and everyone was at home. And the fall 2019, right? In that fall, our school committee decided to have us be in person unless families opted for remote learning. And we knew that if we were going to be in person, we knew that the indoor classrooms were going to be rows of desks distanced and in one room where the same air is going to be in there with you for a while. And so we just said, let's just get outside every day. Knowing as a safer option than being in a room together. So I think of COVID as a catapult in a sense, you know, it took us from what we were doing in terms of outdoor learning that one day a week kind of thing to where we wanted to end up anyway, but probably wouldn't have, if we didn't have a fire underneath us, we wouldn't have been outside every day for another few years at least. It really motivated us to figure out how to do this. It really motivated us to build the space. And we found an area across from the school in up a hill and right inside the Woods there that is flat area of lightly wooded land that extends back. And we said this is going to be our outdoor classroom. And at the end of the summer, at the end of that summer, it was just brush and trees. I think we had a parent come help us clear a little bit of that. And we had some stumps. I think we had stump. Right away from the cutting down of some trees and the cutting up of some logs that we did. And that was it. I was always started with. And as the year went on, we started to add more and more to the outdoor classroom. We have two different areas now for the third grade and the fourth grade grade level math and reading lessons that we teach. We have a whole area that we're now calling the western Woodland where they have their force twice time. We have an area of picnic tables that were built for us by the students at the local technical school. We have different areas with tarps over top so that in The Rain, like today was a rainy day, but we were just under our and we have an area that the kids just built a couple of weeks ago that is the nest, and they built a giant nest with all these branches that were just down from no one being in the classroom all summer. Right now, if you walk into our classroom, it's wow, amazing, all these different spaces, all this stuff, but we started with fairly cleared area of land and worked from there. And I think it took us being in the space and using the space to start to realize what we needed here and oh, what we needed there. And then we were able to pull things in. So now, we're still in this pandemic, but it's a little less intense than it was last year. Now myself and my colleagues are vaccinated. We know a little bit more about the virus and things feel a little bit more contained or a little bit more calm, at least at our tiny school. And so we feel like now, okay, here we are. We built this amazing space last year. Now we can really use it and continue to develop it with our full attention, not like just the part of our attention we were able to give it during all the other stuff that was going on. We were also teaching remote students. And we were rethinking all of our lessons and plans so that kids could play games and do activities at a distance from each other. There were so many pieces of last year that were challenging and difficult no matter how anyone was teaching. So it feels like we're really on the other side of that. And we can super focus now on making our outdoor classroom even better. What a gift to create a solution for connecting with students during a pandemic. I'm curious two things, Hannah, how you got buy in from your administration. And then second, how did you explain this to parents? Families caregivers. We are super fortunate to have a very fabulous principle. Our principle is really trusting of us as teachers and he is willing to listen to our ideas and help us figure out how to get what we need to try out the different projects that we want to try. It was the first week of my career as a classroom teacher. I had only been a para before I got hired at this school that my co teacher at I, so in this first week, my co teacher and I said, we want to start going outside on Fridays and he said, great. Try it out. And we were outside the next week. That's how open community and our colleagues are to the trying out of different ideas like this. And I think that's huge. I feel like my co teacher and I have a lot of freedom to shape our outdoor program in a way that really truly meets the needs of our students and that also is really fabulous for our students in a way that sitting inside a classroom can still be a fabulous experience, but it's just different. I think about it too like when kids come into a school, they're stepping into this world that has been created for them by adults and there's furniture in certain places and there are rules about how you walk in the hallway. And so they're really stepping into our world and I feel like in the forest, especially during forest twice time during free play time or even just when our kids are going off to their hammock to independent read, like that's their world. And now we're stepping into their world and meeting them there, and then learning and growing together from that spot. So I think that having such a supportive administrator has enabled us to do that kind of work. And then with families, I think it's a similar thing right from the beginning, we really tried to communicate clearly our plan and also our reasoning. We know it's great to be outside. We're not just going to go out there and run amok. We have clear plans of what we want to do with our class when we're outside and we can talk more about that if you want to talk more. Another thing that we really work careful about was just ensuring that all of our students were prepared to be outside because we're going outside in all kinds of weather through the whole year, Massachusetts winters. So we have done some grant writing and we have bias of other funding and even just some of our supply funding, I think, probably, we've been able to use on things like mittens so that we can have millions available for kids who maybe don't.
"hannah " Discussed on The Cycling Podcast
"Lead any and we're gonna have a little break and do a talking of so. Thank you very much story. Well we have a great. Podcasts are great. Chat with hannah are really did love sitting down and hearing her story and i have actually noticed lightly being really interested in the entry and the exit of cycling. You know. I think you guys are probably aware that the exit of sock leads pretty interesting for me now as retirement. I'm talking about but just as much. So i'm quite interested. In about the entry of suckling about you know talking in the fischer black brother sister combo last week or two weeks ago hearing about how i made that trip across and how they enter this world that i'm just about to leave and also intr- interesting hearing about hannah's story about how she made her way across and went to the states and came back and it's really interesting for me so you might be wondering why i'm sort of touching and out of the sort of emphasize at the moment. I didn't think i really realized it but subconsciously. i think i've just been really interested in those types of stories at the moment On and on did you pick up on that in the last few episodes as well i have yet but seen evidence as you head towards your retirement as a pro roida similarity was listening to hannah. Talk about you know Injuries and just you know you have something in coleman you kind of talk about these injuries broken bones and You know the the pain gets kind of diminished with the telling of the story really and it's occupational hazard and fact of life for professional riders But just hearing talk about you know being on the phone in tears and not wanting to kind of and give too much detail about how badly injured was just a reminder that again we take these things for granted to the riders are out there risking risking limbs every time. There's a rice to yeah that really kind of made me say up a bit and listen because it's something that we do take for granted i think it is. It's something that is sort of. Maybe take myself for granted. Is that you just get on with it. Broke my oboe klawitter not to sing my own song here but you just like let's get on with it..
"hannah " Discussed on The Cycling Podcast
"Can i go is and welcome to in the peleton. He'd introduce this week's episode with llano bernie we've got a cracker episode coming up longueuil. Hey going there might not too bad. Mitch how are you. How's the recovery patch talk about that in the altro because you've been back the road. Haven't you doing some outdoor cycling after while you've been wowing me with your Double sessions on the indoor bike as recover from your crash in belgium a few weeks ago. Yes i am back out on the road. Now i Strip that cost of a few weeks ago and just went for. Let's have a chat about that after the episode. Because what we've got coming up this week. Is hannah bonds. She's a pretty well known name in the women's field of suckling and very well known name. In britain especially i often see are around here in toronto and it's great to run into her and have a chat with her and i thought god of can get you on the podcast. So she being fantastic guest. Yeah british financial know hannah. She's a part of the bond dynasty. I guess youngest sister is alice bonds. Also pro rider. Hannah's being racing with canyon schramm since two thousand sixteen before that she was with united healthcare and the end of this season. She will move teams. You set to join uno x a new women's pro team for next season and if you're in the uk and looking forward to the women's tour. Expect to see hannah on the start. Line that the women's tour coming up at the start of october. Just after the first edition of women's powdery by as well and just a few highlights from hannah bond his career. Because she's a former. Jiro state when a former women's tour stage winner. She's been sick in asia westerly age and get so a real all rounder and a very aggressive variety often see her Trying to get off the front and get into the move. So yeah if you looking forward to the women's tour Hopefully we'll see her in action there in a well. We tend data without rambling on too long. I'm just gonna let you sit back and enjoy his story. Enjoy guys.
"hannah " Discussed on HANNAHLYZE THIS
"I don't know make me seem special but like i'm sharing my experience because what i've learned in my time in this portion of my life what i learned by having an artistic career is that there are so many people out there who relate to me that by not sharing. You're talking about it. I'm preventing myself from feeling connected. So no i'm not trying to feel unique or novel out here in the world. I'm just trying to talk about my life in a way without shame. It's fighting against shame right now. Here's a story of my top story. It's just a fact. So when i talk about how important it was for me to keep this number going otherwise i would physically die. I really really mean it. Oh god notification just went off. You know it's hard for me to. It's okay hello miss it down one second so when i was small we did not we when i was small. I had to take care of myself and my children are supposed to be tended to like a four year old or five year old six year old. I guess you're supposed to take care of them. I mean i know that for a fact anyway mom. If you haven't been listening to this episode. I love you. Mom your great mom. I love you. I love you anyway. The household we grew up in Just as an example. I don't we didn't have any cups like they're never cleaned cups cups. We didn't have cups. I don't have any memories of filling up a glass of water. I don't have any memories of being handed glass of water. I don't have anything that's water. So what. I do. Remember when i think about something as basic and primal is i is. I remember drinking from the bathtub. Like being really really small thinking about water comes from and turning on the big cold bathtub tab because that to me was the cleanest coldest water drink from the bathtub. I remember a lot of soda. I remember like the burger king soda cups but like not cups. But like you know the disposable those things. But i remember water so when i talk about my amber being formed as motivation to not literally died. That's what i mean is that it takes a lot for a very very small person to a recognize the feeling of thirst and be apply the appropriate solution and so i couldn't sit there and longing and devastation. It just just gotta go figure out a way to get some water man. So i say all this because my and you'd think wow oh my god that must make you basically indestructible like must mean. There's nothing that can get in the way between you and your motivation your drive. Your ember must be so hot that even the tiniest tiniest bit of fuel must set it ablaze and and you're right and wrong because this is where i get back to the automaton idea which is that yes in total independence in isolation all it took was the barest tiniest little bit of fuel to set that ember into a smolder and to build that smolder into a flame. Because that's that's that's all it was however conversely it also took the tiniest bit of smothering to put that number out and so here's how it applies in my adult life. And i hope you guys are hanging in there with me. Hang in there with me. You know. I know this is not just hang in there with me i i. I do believe that. Even if you're like for some reason rolling your eyes like oh. They're hannah goes unpacking stuff again. This is my version of self help. I have no is no. This is my version of self help. Like there's no top level. There's nothing else i can do. This is me. And i accept that. And so i wanna have a podcast where we talk about life in growth and all these beautiful things and this is my version of it. Okay so yeah. So i'm gonna get into what the motivation and the the prone to putting out the ember. Smothering have breaking. I wanna do right after this Hey.
"hannah " Discussed on Conan O’Brien Needs A Friend
"Pointing the role. I got the torso. All i need is the legs. That's what you have a low elongated. Do you fit you. Say very well proportioned again. A creepy thing for a man to say i. I appreciate the skin comment again. I think you and i are sort of on the same. you know. it's so funny. Is that you walk in and we have. There's so much that. I think you i can relate talk about and what's the first thing you say when you walk in is conan. Have i got a sunscreen for you. That's the first thing you said. And i realized that people look at me like i'm the kid from powder visible man and you can see my veins. I'm worried because yes. I'm worried about you because i don't know if you saw recently. But several brands have recalled their products that yes. I saw your two days ago and one of the brands is a brand. I normally use when. I jumped on my bike again down with this shit and then they said and i'm not i'm not gonna mention them in case there. You know supporting our 'cause here. I'll take the money and get the cancer but but usually you just got the cancer. Yeah exactly but You know if you're getting cancer and money well. Hey that's good day. But yeah i host myself down with this stuff when they said that it will will kill me. Welcome to life on earth. I mean you know. All of our fruits and vegetables are grown in couch at and you know really everything is poison and so god you've got. This is sorry. This is the way my wife talks. Should talk about how. Everything's killing us. And i say everything's always been killing us. We're in the process of dying anyway so enjoy. And then i take a giant swig liquid especially and those yourself to cancer slick and hit the road. Yeah i'm sort of saying. Hey come on get me. I'm ready to go. Yeah check please. I approach sunscreens the way a professional golfer approaches clubs. I have at least twelve of them like have. You moved into a tinted sunscreen. Try yep what did you think work really. Yeah because when. I have any flesh color on my face and human skin tone people know. Something's wrong at some serious. So i got it kind. That has like this slight into it. And i'd put it on and people would say. Oh you're con- we've got to get you to the hospital. Your your kidney and liver failure this clearly. A buildup of toxins. Because i can see your skin a little bit. It has a little bit of you. Okay so no. I ran away from that and it didn't work and also it gets all over your caller. That's not good and it really does have an unpleasant. It's an unpleasant color. It looks like i had diarrhea on collar. Yeah i really to me. It just feels like you may have. Maybe spelled a little bit of coffee. I think diarrhea is a bit of a stretch. I mean i don't know your diet but it's not even the diet. It's if you took in your shirt tightly and have explosive diarrhea..
"hannah " Discussed on Conan O’Brien Needs A Friend
"Being conan. O'brien i-love-you honesty. What's the confusion. I don't see myself as conan. I'm seventy seven years old walk in. Hey there and welcome to conan. O'brien needs a friend. Podcast where i I try to passive aggressively force people to be my friend. It's actually working. I made a bunch of pretty decent friendships through the podcast. And they never last people even if they have a good time on the podcast. Quickly grow weary. That just happens. But i'm joined by my faithful team. Mr mann girly. How're you matt. I'm doing pretty well. How are you. I'm fine man. You do you think most people leave the podcast feeling fairly satisfied or having a better impression of me. Did you get the sense that these are real friendships. That are forming. Or do you. Do you think that it makes sense that they usually only last about a month or so. I was going to say. I think they are friendships until you phrased it that way. Because it sounds like you're doing a corporate survey is your friendship with me. Satisfying very satisfying. Little needy. that way. I should probably just relax and i think it also hurts that i do with several many of the podcast guests. Try to sell them. Something like what siding vinyl siding then. It's feeling like a scam to them. Yeah and i. it's true. I am very interested. I did invest in a vinyl siding. Business is that why. You're doing this podcast. Then let's just say it's complicated. The world conan o'brien. Okay and there's a lot of things that feed other things. How come. I'm not seeing any citing money. I've seen your house right house for vinyl siding. Well that's true. Yeah you have of a ranch style. Single story house more of a trailer than anything else. That's so i think vinyl siding with you putting a. I'm sorry a silk hat on a pig. You're you're calling vinyl siding a silk hat. Well no one senior house. I swear to god. I thought that's where they shot. Sanford son. I was pretty sure i drove up to one final david. How're you. i'm great. You're doing all right. I'm good yeah. I want to ask you guys a question. Which is. I've never liked wearing a baseball cap me either. I don't like baseball caps. I don't think they fit my face my head when i put a baseball cap on it makes my face look swollen and fat. It accentuates the sort of cherubic nature or bloated nature of an irish fellas head. So i don't like it. I don't like baseball cap. And so but what. I discovered a long time ago. Was it when i do whenever. I do a bit for the show or a sketch. Did you just look at your watch. Just let your watch. Stephen happen just looked at is watching the middle of making got it. It buzz buzz and yuqing sure that the silence silence that went interrupted thing that i just said that's the most rudest thing that is the rudest thing so sorry. I'm in the middle of creating my art jackson. Pollock got two tubes of paint and a brush and i'm splattering at all over the place. It's going to be in moma and then right about that. This podcast is the equivalent of a jackson. Well it depends on how you feel about jackson pollock. It's i'm just saying the audio is equivalent to the visual kei. My point is that. I'm a beloved american treasure. Let's say trade off treasure to mispronounce word on purpose to give the podcasts. A little more life i think treasure in american treasure and and i think that that when i'm making my magic and you look at your watch. Listen i give him a hard time all the time. I've never seen her look at my wife's okay. When i'm making my mind magic. I just want to say i felt it. Start to vibrate size afraid. I was getting a call and was gonna silence it. Just take it off from now on okay. Why don't you put in a going to have a lead box. I'm taking it off right now. Okay can you throw it outside. You open the door and throw it outside on the floor. Do i have to david. You should know that we do offer exit therapy. On all of these sessions were who's a guest or co sidekick gets to go into complementary therapy. It's from human resources. Please back to want to hear about the baseball caps. Yes back to what. I call my word magic. I don't like baseball cap. I don't think it looks good on me. And it frustrates me that became de rigueur clothing for everybody. Every man has to have a baseball cap. And everywhere i go. I see guys in their thirties. Forties fifties sixties wearing a baseball cap. And i think it looks stupid now. I've done a lot of sketches in my day being comedy veteran and occasionally i would have to wear a cowboy hat and i would realize i look fucking good and a cowboy hat. I really think i do and i know you're thinking. Oh no he doesn't i do. I look good and a cowboy hat. So today i noticed from years ago i did a remote in texas and someone gave me a really cool cowboy hat on. I put it on and i like it but i think people think i'm doing a bit when i'm wearing the cowboy hat but i just like the way it works so my question for you david and also for you matt is. Can i pull off a cowboy hat. now i'll put it off.
"hannah " Discussed on The Smoking Tire
"I wonder if that's because it needs a major overhaul if it's actually going to be driven and that's another two million dollars. That's an interesting idea. i don't. I don't know i talking about like analog mo modern analog cars. They're definitely seemed to be at the auctions. An appetite for some of the last of the analog modern cars and this one might also resolve ninety nine with a manual lake. Lfa did really well. There was a nissan in there. That did really well some of these old skyline before. That was sean scar. What can you look up. What what what actions that was it. are edson store. It's probably in there. Sorry guys sorry. You don't have a subscription eib tended really over a million. Yeah so there's this. So i don't know where the mclaren falls in that group but definitely there's an appetite for that so it's not. It's not that one. This is a ninety five. That's not right. Go back zach. It's go midnight a perp ten that one that one that would. Yeah so oh no. That's from july ten kilometers choose. That's that's from july that's not I remember this car We'll have to go back and look it up. But i know they got big money for it. I mean i'm thirty four though are you know. That's i if you're into japanese cars it doesn't. It really doesn't get any better than that in having driven. One it I i live up to the to the hype i to me. A stock are thirty four g. tr is a one hundred and fifty thousand dollar driving experience to to to to own one. Dr one be seen driving one The way the way the powertrain feels Powerful and engaging versus analog and light it strikes a very very good balance with all of that stuff And it's definitely one hundred and fifty thousand dollars. Five hundred thousand dollars means no now. We're talking about speculation but they're really good cars and if you ever get a chance to have a go fucking. I don't know much about that. Little talkative the market so well. So skylines drive the entire import market. I mean all of it runs on the back of skylines. Everything else is a rumour and so It's it's you should go you should you. Should do a story with sean at at top rank importers because they they move units. I mean they have they have. They got warehouses in japan where they store the cars till their legal. They're legal biowarfare where you And they're moving them and selling them here. I've bought a couple of cars from them and It's a very interesting business. Shit talk and the type of people that are buying. These cars are very interesting under forties. Yes they're young they're young. It's cool cool. Skylines are for young people among the hottest collector cars on the market. Yeah i think that's our show. I think that's what we've got right. That seems like a show like feel like we rounded the bases. Yeah now we. We didn't even give you a tour of the shops. I gotta show you what we're doing here. thanks for. Having hannah's column is on bloomberg businessweek. It is behind a paywall. M- sorry but you can get free. Hannah elliott content on her instagram. Hannah elliot on instagram She has an h mehanna has no h Welcome discriminate about about an teaches. It's hannah elliott ex o on instagram. Give her a follow And of course she can be seen out and about being confused for The spouse of rome's ambi- that's he can call larry. I think sherry is pretty tall to and of course she's blonde. We get in the same boat. Magnus more rob zombie than rob zombie when you put when you when they stand next to each other. Vagus is actually the more rob zombie though very true. Very funny you guys are a great couple. I love you. But i'm glad you got to come on your own. I like you as an individual part of a pair by the way at most of this shit he's riding your coattails your journalists and he's the influence very we both benefit each other. I have to say it's really nice to be with somebody who's in in the world but not a direct competitor to you. I think it works out really well because we both understand each other's thing but we're not like competing because we each have our own older. No we i mean. No if you're a very interesting you know beauty treatments and self with your guys share close. Yeah this shirt for sure his watch. Yeah you know. Yeah that's what i mean. He gave it of course gave it to you but this is a thirty two meter. Porsche design with a spanish day. Yeah spanish day where the fucked from hong kong. I've never seen anything like this. Yeah this day date act. I wonder who made this movement at down now. It looks like seiko movement. Which would be crazy. But that's a very cool piece. All right yeah. We share close. Sometimes you can. I can't sure why significant other. That's the dream. I've lost all right. That's our show. we are back. Johnny was going to be here. He bumped into next week. He's on monday. And then we got another crew show and we're driving all kinds of fun things so thank you for listening and we'll see later..
"hannah " Discussed on Happy Mum Happy Baby
"Milly was wheeled in in laura's tom and laura knackered and we had actually had this conversation that i would hold her first and have the first half fire skin-to-skin and then hannah would hold her and have the second hoffmeyer skin-to-skin and then we go out to the pub- drink and we'd likely tree. She came in and she was no. Because it was This baby tiny and covered in blood. And you both held this tiny little thing and just you had on your chest. Hiccups was just. It was a dream. Come true there at that. There was just nothing like that and we were the. Nhs were amazing considering what was going on and considering the most of the hospital was closed and there was a case of covert in in the maternity ward. We were allowed our own little room. The three of us. I'm we stay until about six in the evening. And they kind of talked us through how to bathe her and change feed her and she was drinking these tiny little bottles of one sip. When your just just and it was perfect. I read somewhere. I remember which we said it but you said parenthood is something that you dead like. You didn't dare to dream about because it seems something that just might not happen with that in mind. Was it like to look at your life now. When i came out with trends. I thought i was making the decision that would mean that. I never had a relationship. I'd be single for the rest of my life. And i grow up watching my friends have kids and i'll be and that was okay. Because at the time i was wanted because i just need to be me and not who i was but now to have come through that and be here with. Millie is unimaginable. The how lucky. I feel and how lucky i think we are as a family and you know..
"hannah " Discussed on Happy Mum Happy Baby
"I go my way and we got on the phone. And we got on the phone. And i said we had a little bit of chitchat and then within about five minutes. I said look. I'm after marriage kids. Is that something you could get on board with. I'm to hana's great acclaim and kudos. She didn't hang up. she said well. Yes very nervously. That is something. I might be swayed into knowing that we were sort of on the same page. Obviously hannah had never ever dated before me literally never had a date in her life. I dated quite a and relationships and for me. None of them would works out so i kind of went into it. Needed without with little expectation. Arrange to me her. At three o'clock waterloo station under the clock on the thirtieth of december of never having had a date before she thought that meeting at three pm was normal. I was just august. Hardly role i can. Sacrifice aches and go and see my friends. That's the way must be. I did actually have the phone call. Came at six o'clock. Say there's been an emergency and as i know we're all good here. Actually i'm we just clicked. I remember watching her under the under the clock for a couple of minutes before actually purchase and straightaway nostra stoking when you're about to meet for dates But like just watching her she. She looked beautiful. She look shy. And i just immediately was attracted to her. Which happens so rarely for me so we had this wonderful day along the south bank in london. We talked about everything except trans. You know it was touched upon very briefly but once we started talking we talked about music and families and hopes and dreams and for once didn't have to talk about being transgender and this fauria nita politics and all that nonsense. We just talked about what we wanted for the future. And you know what we could see and what we what we'd never dead..
"hannah " Discussed on Natch Beaut
"Bag of fun. Be excited bore the grab bag fun. What's gonna be inside attribu- because now that i'm recording in person. I always feel this spectrum with random items and i'm gonna shake and you stick your hand in the bag of goodies and brand. Pick something to take home. You be careful. Because there's some good things in your. There's some bad things you don't know what it's going to be. What is hannah gonna pick. Oh what is it daily moisturizer there. You go for your dry as my. I don't even from even prime yes. That's korean chinese around. It's great for you. i love anything to hydrate. Yes i need hydrate every ten minutes all now you have something new. There were some bad okay. Well because is the first time i'm doing this. I'll just grab a couple. That weren't that exciting. There's a cleansing towel for external use. Only ooh and another little thing of hand sanitizer. Oh that would have been like. We don't have enough of that. No you don vegan. So is that a dairy. And i would never share my non dairy farm. Yeah and honestly who could blame you. the not. The vegan are expensive truly are in there just loyal oil with assault nodar. Yes okay. we're gonna find out that was fun. We're going to go through your products. But the no cutting we're gonna play one more game and i just invented. This game called wellness words. Great well some wellness. I'm.
"hannah " Discussed on You Need a Budget
"And that deductions guy that you were talking about. That's clear and rainbow. Beautiful is if the free download and you visit my website so that that's there and available to everybody. Okay what hannah. Thanks so much for being on the podcast and hopefully there are a few that. Haven't given up on the podcasts. These creatives you know they're like oh no. There's there's something here for me and they're listening here this because it would be a tragedy to have someone that could unleash so many cool things on the world and have money. Stop them that. Would i think. That's i think you just nailed the reason why i do what i do because i think honestly i think that creative people are doing the work that this world needs to see. I mean we are the empathy. Builders of our culture and our culture needs our empathy and understanding. And yeah when you see creative people. Stop what they're doing. It's usually because of money. And i never want that to happen. That is my goal. i love it. Thanks so much for being on the podcast. Ain't some that you're having desi. This was a lot of fun. All right why numbers at that is a wrap. I hope you got some value out of that episode. If you know of a creative. That could use the kind of information that hannah offer. Please show this episode with them until next time rules and you will win financially. You've never budgeted like this..
"hannah " Discussed on Other People's Problems
"Recalling hannah and the session with hannah. You hear us start off by reviewing some the homework that gave her after last session and experiment something to try to see what will come up for her. Had his grandma a really important person in her life someone who is stable who secure in spite of all of the different people who are coming in and out her home in her life and the the characters in the family members and all of their own unique needs and mental health struggles. Her grandma's seemed to be someone who had a kind of injuring and stable love. She was secure for hannah. This session is really about her. Defenses of the range of ways that she's tried to prove that she's lovable to try to prevent herself from being abandoned by someone that she loves the to protect yourself from getting hurt but underneath it. All when i'm trying to help her do is see that. Maybe she doesn't need to work so hard to be okay. Maybe she doesn't need to work so hard to know that she's loved the seem to let all the back things in so quickly but it seems to be harder to let the good things insult quickly or at all like you asked me to say good things about myself. I think good things about myself. I wonder if i'm really taking it in. Yeah so is it really going in. am i just pretending. Yeah sometimes i think. I even pretend to myself just because i wanted to happen so badly it sounds really clear. It's come use the word a few times now. This wanting really wanting money feel different wanting to feel better. That sounds true. Bad sounds like it's from you. There's a part in you that wants to feel differently so bad you do anything Sometimes it's hopeful. Has it gives me sort of the that there is something in me that wants to make the day better than there's got scary. Bet that kind of me back. Because i'm scared. What if i don't reach it. Like what if i don't get to that point. They find that with writing a lot like a. Don't try even though that never has to be judged and i'm i can blame myself which is easier to do than to have someone else say. It wasn't good enough in a pause you here because i can see. You're doing a really good job of locking down the emotion but actually wanna know about those tears that you're holding back right now and if we had this magic wand and we could ask all defenses to step aside the judgement about the tears. I really wanna be with you. While that's coming up. I wanna know more about that. Field relief visible no of the fears about being invisible. But there's also been this shield around the pain that you probably don't have it seen very often. There's so much inside of you. That i know is gosh like the i have in my mind is like these jewels. That tucked away in someone's jewelry box and we get to pull them out together real delight neck and feel on my chest. It's like bubbles and fireworks and expanding energy having these moments with you get to just see the parts of you. That are often tucked away behind the defensives. It actually makes me like you more. It makes me feel closer to you. Good you look down and away from me you can tell me how it actually feels genuine version but it feels like your therapist. The hina if you'll outweigh so our defenses came back to disqualify this. Interestingly also said you know i'm genuine. I imagine there's a little bit of a conflict inside partisan she not bullshitting me but the other part is like i can't. I can't do this to harder too scary. Everyone everyone leaves. I see the pain in that. So sorry that you've been left just makes the disposable. Okay yes there's something in here about about good and being being disconnected from this this source of affection connection. Where where it's like you you you're left about you. Somehow the common denominator turn all of my shame. Alarm bells are going off. When i'm hearing her say disposable the common denominator and shame in this means sometimes we call it the master emotion in the therapy world. That has this way of taking over and turning all of this angst and hatred and loathing awards ourselves so in an i think my sense for her is that as she's trying to make sense of why she has been alone. What's caused that to try to get some understanding control about it. The shame has come in to answer that question and has said you. You are the rezende feeling. The aac bake in the sorrow that somehow. She's responsible for the pain that she's feeling. Try hard to make you know you've done your fairy very best work harder than anyone could ever know people around you know what a losing game when you could never be so powerful. You could never be good enough. You could never be wonderful enough to make people stick around. Who have their own stuff going on. And so sorry that you've ever had that message given to your. That's ever somehow come along that. If you were better they would have stayed. Yeah i guess there's something too much out me. I don't know how to make friends long. Your house will many friends. But there's nobody that. I guess my saw with too scared. You've been so scared about people leaving but it sounds like you haven't actually had lots of experiences where you've been able to relax enough into being yourself and and also i mean we have this other thing that we're kind of dealing with inbetween us right now. Which is even when you do get affection. It's so hard to take it in. It's unbelievable this pattern that plays out another other. Relationships is playing out here to fear if i take in the affection and scared. 'cause you're gonna leave then produced want you to check in with what's happening inside. When he noticing in their thrones. Have this guy opening. Looks like insertive guardian but also feels him breathe her. They've said that things scariest. You're really leading the enemy. Just telling me that. It's hard for you to be yourself with other people. And i'm just kidding. The census i listen to you that you are really letting me see or so an. Isn't that so interesting. Here you are doing that and you're feeling some space open up some piece kind of cool..
"hannah " Discussed on National Prayer Chapel, Pilgrim's Progress
"To righteousness to the fullness of the kingdom of god. i've been asked pastor. How much longer can you keep doing this seventy five. How long are you going to do this. You could retire and go live your life. No i can't. I don't have a life. My life belongs to jesus. I can't retire. God didn't call me to retire with the holy spirit is called me to and he's called me to a life of intense discipline and faith and he's called me to do this radio broadcast when i started. He gave me a dream. And in the dream. I was preaching in a very large church and there were pillars everywhere in front of me so i could hear the congregation but i couldn't see who is there and that is how he has spent me preaching on the radio. Where once in a while. I can hear you but i can't see you god's in charge by wept over this yes have i cried out to god over this yes but now i'm saying lord what thou do you want me to make to you member esther she went before the king and the king said. Ask whatever you want. i'll give you up to half of my kingdom. She put her life on. The line told me today. Are you just going on with your life because it's yours or have you sat down in the dust in the ashes humbled your heart before almighty god and you're waiting on him open before you what he wants you to be what you want you to do. What is god's purpose. What does he want from you do know. Has he spoken to you clearly. So that there's no question you know what he wants in. You're on your way you're being carried by the holy spirit. After she prayed and was rebuked for being drunk eli answered her and he said go in peace and may the god of israel. Grant you whatever you've ask of him. Her faith fastened on that word from ally and she said your servant find favourite in your eyes then. She went her way and eight. Interface was no longer downcast in early. The next morning they arose in worshiped before the lord and then they went back. Home and out kenneth lay with hannah his wife and the lord remembered her so in the course of time hannah conceived gave birth to a son and she named him samuel meaning heard of god. Hannah gave birth. Saying because i ask the lord for him but in truth it was not because she asked the lord for him. It's because she made a vow to give him to the lord. What does the lord asking you to give him. What is it that you have in your possession. The god is saying. Would you give that to me. I want that okina wind up with his family again the next year but hannah did not go. She said to her husband. After the boy is weaned. I will take him and present him before the lord and he will live there forever. It was probably five or six years old. When he was weaned that was customary in that culture and her husband supported her in that decision he loved her but she was now dealing with the god of heaven and the level l. Can i could not understand. And many people will not understand the position. You are in as you wait upon the lord they will not understand and they will say to you. Stop waiting on the lord and go do what you know you can do. Use your talents and your gifts and go get the job done. No no. i'm going to wait on the lord. The lord's last commend to me was wait upon the lord and the lord will carry you through rest and may ray yes sir and now i'm praying. Lord what is it you want. What can i.