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"harvey waldinger" Discussed on Killer Cocktails
"I feel like a real wheeler and dealer. Why because I like the what's happening on my screen right now. I feel fancy fancy I was on a work conference call the other day. I will fit like yeah hockey Jackie what are we drinking today today? We're drinking the Harvey Wall Banger. Nice what does that end of? So I knew about this drink. So my mom's parents would throw parties in the sixty seventies and would have harvey wall. Bangers was like the Reiji drink of the time you'd make a big Old Punch bowl of them to be like a punch. Yeah you'd have a big Old Punch bowl and you make a ton of it. And then people would label it into their cup and they'd get so crazy they'd put a lamp shade on their head is just your parents parties or no. Let's talk. That's an old joke about people? Getting competing lampshade on their heads like. Oh yeah you ever heard of no? I guess I don't see a lot of lamps anymore my life. Well you know. This is a story from the time of the prime perfect all in this cocktail. It's essentially a screwdriver with a fancy floater of liquor on top. So you do in whatever kind of vessel. You won't be of ICE. You've got vodka you have orange juice and then you stir that up and then on top of that you're gonNA float Gagliano Which is Kinda like spiced took a spicy liqueur. Yeah it's a really deep yellow and Do not drink it by itself. Yeah tricked into doing that. Yeah I hate you. It was like spicy licorice. It didn't take much tricking. You always WANNA taste the weird ingredient. Yeah I wanted to. I WanNa smell everything I wanNA taste everything and I want to put it all together and then tasted again. Yeah yeah well. I don't think that's outrageous. It's not to be consumed by itself so in and basically you end up with a screwdriver that pretty much just traced tastes like a screwdriver. But it's got a little bit extra of a boozy kick to it. Yeah my whole thing is like who is like you know what we. We should make screwdriver. But with this like crazy other Likud. That doesn't taste go. Buy It sound like who thought that the hearings will go together. So the history of this drink is a little muddied. There's a story that that this one dude I think down in. La Bar ally. He tries to tell this story that he made the drink for this surfer. Dude that used to come into his bar and his was harvey and he was like. GimMe some that's GonNa make me. Bang my head on the wall. There's some story there where he was like okay and he made him this drink but everyone else is like. That's a bullshit story. That's not real. There's like a really famous like Ad Agency that came up with the marketing of. Golly they want to sell. Can we put this in? Let's put a screwdriver. Okay that's make like a cool caricature dude. That's a surfer guy. Let's call it Harvey Wall Banger. Like there's other people who are like the whole thing's just in advertisement that's made up. It's like Chia seeds. I don't know what you mean by that. So you know back in like when we were growing up they had the Chia pet so I have a theory. You wanted one real bad and I was little disappointed when I got it so I have a theory that they had all these like. Chia seed like fields and they have like cultivating and invested all this money. And they're like chips are going to be the next greatest thing since sliced bread and then for a while and but yeah they work for a while but then they taint and so then. They're like you know what she seeds. The new superfood and then everybody just started eating. Them are not good for you know they are. I'm just saying that you know. They pivoted with their marketing. They're like okay. These Chia seed. Pets aren't working. It's you know runnings area was better than the Chia head was grass head Lou. Yuccas grass grows. That you've got to the whole point of the Chia had was you got to cut hair ever have to cut people's hair and I can't know Ya Real dangerous game that you can't play like you don't get ahead was great accredited for people. Who have this internal drive which? I definitely have always had and you wait to be worried when you have scissors in your hands. No I've never cut someone's hair. I understand that that's crazy but you want to. Oh Yeah Lake you will like shave me ball militias way and I just WanNa hear hair okay. Why not it's too long. It's tricky but you wanna give someone like a nice haircut. I would like to know what I'm dealing with a pair of scissors. I think it'd be cool buzzers. Yeah like shave the side of cameras head. That's already shaved already so no I know she is to particular. I would miss the whole time. How my head today? I'm so sorry drill. When she gets mad he wanted. They know what she's GonNa do. She's going to be like oh she's fine she'll go she'll go hi and she'll go and then her role and this is the back of her head and then she will drive immediately quarantined to someone to fix it. They won't let her do it onto I'm nervous for you. Friends will be broken today. Oh yeah that's it. That's it the cocktail while I was gonNA. I was GONNA ask her if I could do it but then I was like no. I'M STUCK ON QUARANTINE. Al- all be blindfolded. And then you can tell me like laughter right. I'll be your eyes. I live my workout best. This way. I don't think in Raziq stoked about this. I just looked at my hands and they look like old lady hands there so dry from all the washing. Yeah all the quarantining. Oh the they look real old lady. You're getting ready for your. My singer. Layer is the podcast. Know that I'm going to be an old woman actress. The podcasts talked about it okay. I'm pretty sure. Do WanNa tell them again. I'm going to be an old woman. Actor old yes sharing okay. Well that kind of wraps up cocktail hour. Are you ready for some day? I'm ready okay. I'm going to tell you about robin catch. And Robin is born on November thirtieth of Nineteen fifty-three in mid nod Illinois USA anytime when he is in his late teens. Early Twenty S. He starts working as a construction subcontractor with PD Contractors in case you don't know when you are working in construction. You're knocking down walls. You're like banging down walls you. Oh my God we will be doing a wall banger. Good thank you. So my tied to the Harvey Waldinger cocktail is construction workers who being down walls. Nice things some of my proudest moment. But I'm going to take. I think I think yeah. So he's working as a subcontractor and he's working on this one particular house and he would help dig out dirt from various crawlspaces under the floor of the House and sometimes either he or his co workers would have to shovel concrete over certain areas in the basement or in the garage Or sometimes the owner of the House wanted them to spread lime in certain places. Oh funny and this house belonged to John. Wayne Gay. See What your visa. Yeah isn't that crazy? Whoa okay so So there's a theory that Robin Gach was an accomplice to John. Wayne Casey because John Wayne Gay see. When they're like interrogating him he. He admitted that he might have had accomplished. But also there was a killing. That happened when he was out of town so they're like he had to have had an accomplice but nothing has ever come of that investigation so some people think that Robin have been that accomplice but the thing is robin would later say that. He didn't work for John Wayne. Jc and then it was just a rumor that got out of control to sell newspapers. So there's like a back and forth kind of things it just that he wants all the credit he doesn't wanNA share he. Yeah Yeah and Robin is quoted. As saying that Casey single mistake was not that he killed thirty three young men but it was because he kept the bodies under his house. And that's why I'm a little confused so we've got famous German Casey who kill people and bury them in his house. Then you've got this robin gets character. Who bought the house after John? He's a he's a subcontractor. So Jon Casey would have him. Come over and help him like dig out crawlspaces and like fill in holes a he'd. We're isn't that weird? Yeah and so Over the years. So now we're just GonNa Follow Robin. We're we're done with John Wayne Casey. He's about him he's his own crazy story. That will cover one day but over the years. robin would meet young women. You know they start a relationship with each other. But then they would quickly realized that he was obsessed with their nipples on their breasts to the point where he was trying to stick pins through the areolas and he wants slice a small portion of a woman's breasts that he was seeing. Elec- tried to downplay it. He's like I'm just so fascinated on how like the nipple and breast works what yeah Yeah but obvious class. Buddy take don't get educated unless don't get better cutting now But obviously a lot of these relationships would end so not much else is known about Robin in his earlier days. So I'm going to dive right in to where all gets bad. So Robin gets really into heavy metal music. And this is kind of the time of the prime getting out of the prime where people are still having that satanic panic and speaking of Robin gets into Satanic Worshiping and he even converts part of his apartment into a Satanic Temple. I think okay. People get all bent out of shape about the occult and they're like Oh they're listening to Satanic Music A lot of these crazy people that we talked about were into that So people aren't completely off base being concerned about it. I think there's a lot of normal people that like it too but is it like a thing where because those ones are being reported on so you're not talking about the millions of people who listen to it that don't kill your. You're talking about the true that finite amount of people who do kill and do listen to it true. Yeah because I bet you there's a serial killer out there who just loved Enya so anyways Robin starts driving around Chicago. And he has this. Red Van in he's looking for women to sacrifice to Satan and so we're going to jump into all all of the murders so on May twenty third of Nineteen eighty-one Linda Sutton. She's twenty eight years old and she's abducted. She's rate and she stopped death. Her body was found ten days later in Villa Park. And the weird thing about this is like There's like a hotel or is more like a motel were set. Sex workers were known to go through. So it's a little bit seedier but like a maid could smell something coming off the field nearby and she's like that smells getting worse and worse. I don't know what's going on. So she tells her manager and the manager goes out into the field and it's like there's tons of trash out there it's just like a dumping ground and then he finds Linda's body so they call the police and when they see her they can see that she's really decomposed and they're like man she's been out here for a really long time but what they actually ended up finding out is because they don't have the body farm at this point so they don't have those resources but the tested the dirt underneath her for body fluid leakage and they realized that because one of her breasts had been removed it gave maggots and parasites and open of Field Day essentially to eat her body and like decompose it quicker than it normally would've so she'd actually been out there for like ten days but like you could see her skeleton underneath already because a dicamba so I'm bad at that point and then we have a thirty five year old cocktail waitress is abducted from her car on February twelfth of Nineteen Eighty two. Her Gas tank is empty. Which kind of shows that? She was kind of stranded and so she might have been waving down a car and then her person the front seat and her keys are still in the ignition. So they're like it's not a robbery and there's search turns up in she. They find her nude body near the road. She has also been raped tortured and her breasts has also been removed and at this point. They're trying not to report the missing breasts in the media because they wanNA yeah exactly for the investigation..
"harvey waldinger" Discussed on Blinkers Off
"Gets a ninety seven buyer gets beat by fat man and then he runs the goes through. Park Mile. Fish six right beaten ten but he's still picks up a ninety buyer so these races have come back extremely tough for him. And and so you're gonNA look at these horses not close but the numbers. I mean look like Harvey Waldinger getting four to one picked up ninety six fire last time out can six buyers so my thing is like you're getting fifteen to one. Which as you know I don't pill Romans short prices but when he's fifteen to one it's fair game especially when you pick up. Lewis is I also liked it. Last two efforts she picked up Brat. Obviously guys he's getting good. Were good good jockeys. I guess the only hesitation here is a is the distance horse I imagine will be on the leader very closely. How far will you go? That's Kinda the question here but I do think he's worth the price or were shot at this price. Considering his numbers are comparable the rest of them site to me. Would I'd rather take fifteen to one source or four to one on on Harvey Waldinger. I mean give me a break so I'm on number ten rare form but I think if anything if you learned anything from that little segment there is like this is a race. Rini to spread because we're both picking fifteen to one shots and didn't even know it so you're on What number is that number? Eight or Anthony. I've got ten rare form right race with the most winner. I don't even need to ask you. I'M GONNA guess we're on the same race same force. I went with race. Twelve the Panamerican Number Nine Zoo Alpha. Tell me you're going there. Yeah absolutely if you listen to the Fountain of Youth. I told you this as well as Zulu Alpha on that day was the best bet and are the most likely winner and he won under wraps in to me right now. He's the best in the country. If he wins this race I will vote him number one in the in the stupid ass. Poll is means absolutely nothing that we vote in. Every week I would vote Assu Alpha number one no one from NPR as listen and NTR April that is meaningless Zulu Alpha will be number one in my spoiler. All you fans out there that follow that. He'll be number one if he wins this race and I think he will. I tried okay so i. I tried to beat him admittedly that day. He did nothing. Bullshit I picking Lofa I. I tried to beat him given this price last time and I was. I knew halfway through the race I was done because he I mean he just looks like a different horse this year. He's he's he's the way he won. He got one. Oh six seven buyer last time out one of six in the in the Pegasus All of this works does put.
"harvey waldinger" Discussed on Stuff You Should Know
"Let's go this way for the firm bars true and it was the sexual revolution so the ladies that were already going to bars now felt like. Hey I'm in a bar and I can be more aggressive all of a sudden. It's it's the hip happening times. I'm Diane Keaton talking. Look for Mr Good Bar and have a drink and go meet a man. I'd like the lady from the seventies fresh. I have to see Mr Good bar looking searching for Mr Bar looking for Mr Gore. Has Nobody ever seen that movie Pity Clap. They don't have Diane Keaton in Canada. I think three's company reference way more Wellesley but the point is you get bad drinks and these bars sort of a dark time for the craft. Bartending the Bahama Mama. The kamikaze the slides the Harvey Wall Banger. Which apparently was so popular it had its own mascot a basically a drunken version of ziggy would just wandering around. And I guess like you would get a sticker something if you order to Harvey Waldinger. This is the level of thought. People are putting in to drink drink. You give a sticker out. That's not a place want to be in especially Ziggy with like ecstasy for I. Is that what it was pretty much? Change my mind. I think like one of those inclined coming off of them. I'll get you would for Christmas. They have money bay so this is the way things were going for a while in till this very faithful meeting between this guy named Dale the graph and in Dude who owned a restaurant and he wanted to groff the setup a bar for him and he said you know what. I don't want this usual firm Barber Crud. This is awful New York City. Like we gotta do this right yeah. Let's let's get back to basics. Tossed deal the growth of book a very important book what book the Bombay Bonds Companion. Yes from eighteen sixty two. Everything came full circle. Yeah Dale the crop was like this is amazing. We can Bring craftsmanship back into bartending. And let's use real ingredients. Let's get rid of these stupid swirly mixing machines and these bags of chemical fruit flavored things unless you real fruit because there is such a thing as real fruit and we should put it in. Drake's again like do in the Nineteenth Century. And that's what they did and the bar was saved so when you go to like the cascade groom or the diamond. I don't know if you guys have been the boulevard. I know it's like pretty new but we finally do go and you enjoy cocktail there. We did our research and I hope that was dead on because I really put us out there but if you go to a place where there's a decent cocktail in somebody's really putting thought into it. You can thank this deal dubroff guy for bringing it all back but really you should think Jerry Thomas to tell you the truth now. Do you understand what. He's my hero. See Luxury Thomas. Let's talk a little more about them right. So like at the bars is there involving and bartenders or evolving going from diamond studded to you know just normal. Cocktails are evolving to like early on basically. Everybody made their own booze and they headed in a jug with three XS on it and they just turned it up at their cocktail. It's how they drained the good old days. Yeah like Chuck. Yeah turn the three x job and then when when Jerry. Thomas came on the scenes like we can do better than there's some cool ingredients that I want to kind of mess. With in create new stuff's originally there were punches. Which is huge bowl of hot booze that everybody drank from the Bombo that the planner swilled right right. Then there was a toddy which apparently from what I can gather. It's just like it's single serving Hot Punch right. And then there were swings and slings. Were the ones that had the most promise. Those became what we understand now as cocktails. They are basically booze a little bit of water little bit sugar. And then maybe some fruit juice in Jerry. Thomas Looks at the sling and he goes. I can do something with this. And he creates what's called the borough cage cocktails whether it's just like great experimentation going on nobody knows what the Hell anybody else is doing. But everybody's trying new stuff and all of these the foundation for what we know now as. Cocteau came out of there. Yeah and the first cocktail was mentioned in print the word in eighteen three in Amherst New Hampshire a slogan. It's excellent for the head because it was a morning drink it was. You were supposed to drink a cocktail. That's where it comes from. The rooster cocktail is where the word comes from. And if you drank too much the night before you get up in the morning make your little fizzy cocktail drink with bidders and it was It's like the hair of the dog that some of US knowing love you drink your cocktail get punched in the face by your wife. Pick up your accent. Go back out there and work another day. That's what they used to do. Jerry Thomas said you know what I love morning cocktail as much as anybody else. Why can't we keep drinking throughout the day? Let me see if I can with this. Say Alcoholism for the morning right so through this baroque era of drink making the it was very very nuanced like you would have like a sour sour was just boost citrus and a little bit of sweetener usually maybe curious hour or something like that and then you would change that dramatically by adding soda and then all of a sudden you had a phys- or if you wanted to use booze a little bit of gravity. I think yeah or was it. Curious how sweetener and brandy or something you'd have a daisy and then in Mexico. They added to kill it to the daisy and in Spanish. Daisy is Margarita. Margarita came from around this Margaret fans out there Jerry. Thomas is very influential. But he was If you ever pick up a copy of the bombing companion and try and read this thing it. It doesn't translate that crater. Today's proportions like what is it like three gloves and a pinch of that and while I guess but well no I still don't understand I mean yeah it makes sense. But what if you're a lot more than one point so it took like cocktail historians To to kind of read saying in bring it into the modern era because back then sugar came in low in sugar wasn't like refined like it is today. I was Big The oh shit away exactly how you wanted to and so it's a cocktail historians to really kind of translate all that stuff right and they did. And along the way Jerry Thomas dies but he creates great body of work that's added to over time and then eventually we come to like the streamlined classic cocktails that we have today like the Martini. Or the Manhattan and all of this was from the work of these wonderful genius people who are fighting on the front lines against the temperance movement making better for every Euro Heroes Real heroes shirking out of like the civil war and all that stuff. Just doing God's work basically the Martini. We're talking about some of these classic cocktails Martini Anyone here drinks Martinis. It's always Martini. Things Martini the guy with the PBR. And thanks for Martinez ran these back in my helmet and drake them so the Martini. If you've ever had a Martini it's very dependent on the individual on. How exactly you like it? Everyone says that they like make perfect Martini. But the ratio for removed to Jen and none of the perfect multi agency. Everything's how do you make it okay? I used to to three ounces okay. He's three feet three Scotia over three three ounces of gin in half announcing vermouth okay. Stir it some crushed ice sure because it gets colder faster better. Strain it sometimes. If you want to get a little crazy and you wanna go original Martinez actually supposed to have orange fitters in a couple of deaths of orange bidders yet you say what and it seems weird but you don't taste the orange. Does something different to it and then a couple of olives allergies are drink. Lend Jerry do you do you really drink. You're starting I like it. It's salty. Is that wrong? No that's the thing chuck. That's the key there is new. Enjoy it there's no wrong. Absolutely.
"harvey waldinger" Discussed on Stuff You Should Know
"Apparently said Yeah Seventies. WHO CARES ABOUT ANYTHING? Let's go this way for the firm bars. True and it was the sexual revolution, so the ladies that were already going to bars now felt like hey I'm in a bar and I can be. More aggressive. All of a sudden it's it's the hip happening. Times I'm Diane, Keaton. Talking look for Mr Good Bar. And have a drink and go meet a man. I'd like to was. My lady from the Seventies. Fresh I have to see Mr Good Bar. Looking searching for Mr Bar Looking. For Mr. knows. Has Nobody. Ever seen that movie. Pity Clap. They! Don't have Diane Keaton in Canada. I think three's company reference way more Wellesley. But the point is you get bad drinks and these bars sort of a dark time for the craft bartending the Bahama Mama the kamikaze. The slides the Harvey Wall Banger, which apparently was so popular, it had its own mascot. A, basically a drunken version of ziggy would just wandering around and I guess like you would get a sticker something if you order to Harvey Waldinger this the level of thought people are putting into. DRINK, you give a sticker out it's that's not a place. Want to be in especially ziggy with like is for. Is that what it was pretty much change my mind I. think like one of those inclined. Coming off of them got a nice. I'll get you would for Christmas. They have money bay. So! This is the way things were going for a while. Until this very faithful meeting between this guy named Dale the graph, and in dude who owned a restaurant, and he wanted to groff the setup a bar for him, and he said you know what I don't want. This usual firm Barber Crud this is awful New York City like we gotta do this right. Yeah, let's let's get back to basics and tossed deal. The GROFF, a book a very important book. What book? The Bombay bonds companion yes from eighteen, sixty two. Everything came full circle Yeah Dale. The crop was like this is amazing. We can bring craftsmanship back into bartending and let's US real ingredients. Let's get rid of these stupid. swirly mixing machines, and these bags of chemical fruit flavored things unless you real fruit, because there is such a thing as real fruit. and. We should put it in Drake's again. Like do in the nineteenth century. And that's what they did. And the bar was saved. So when you go to like the cascade groom or the diamond I don't know if you guys have been the boulevard, I know it's like pretty new, but we finally do go and you enjoy cocktail they're. We did our research. And I hope that was dead on because I. Really put us out there. But if you go to a place where there's a decent cocktail in, somebody's really putting thought into it. You can thank this deal. dubroff guy for bringing it all back, but really you should think Jerry Thomas to tell you the truth. Now. Do you understand what he's my hero? See. Luxury Thomas. Let's talk a little more about them right so like. At the bars is there involving and bartenders or evolving? Going from diamond studded to? You know just normal. Cocktails are evolving to like early on. Basically, everybody made their own booze, and they had in a jug with three XS on it, and they just turned it up at. Their cocktail. It's how they drained the good old days. Yeah, like Chuck Yeah. Turn the three X job. And then when when Jerry Thomas came on the scenes like we can do better than some cool ingredients that I want to kind of mess with in create new so originally there were punches which is huge bowl of hot booze. Everybody drank from the Bombo that the planner swilled right right then there was a toddy which apparently from what I can gather. It's just like it's single serving Hot Punch right. And then there were slings and slings were the ones that had the most promise. Those became what we understand now as cocktails. They're basically booze. A little bit of water, little bit sugar, and then maybe some fruit juice in Jerry Thomas looks at the sling and he goes I can do something with this and he creates what's called the borough cage cocktails whether it's just like great experimentation going on, nobody knows what the Hell anybody else is doing, but everybody's trying new stuff, and all of these the foundation for what we know now as Cocteau came out of there, yeah, and the first cocktail was mentioned in print the word in eighteen three in Amherst, new, Hampshire a slogan. It's excellent for the head because it was a morning drink. It was, you were supposed to drink a cocktail. That's where it comes from the rooster. Cocktail is where the word comes from, and if you. Drank too much the night before you get up in the morning, make your little fizzy cocktail drink with bidders and it was. It's like the hair of the dog that some of us. Knowing love. You drink your cocktail. Get punched in the face by your wife up your accent. Go back out there and work another day. That's what they used to do. Jerry Thomas said you know what I love. Morning cocktail as much as anybody else. Why can't we keep drinking throughout the day? Let me see if I can with this. Say Alcoholism for the morning, right? So. Through this Baroque era of Drink making. It was very very nuanced like you would have like a sour sour was just boost citrus and a little bit of sweetener, usually, maybe curious, our or something like that, and then you would change that dramatically by adding soda, and then all of a sudden, you had a phys- or if you wanted to use. Booze a little bit of gravity. I think yeah, or was it curious how sweetener and Brandy or something, you'd have a daisy. And then in Mexico, they added to kill it to the daisy and in Spanish daisy is Margarita. Margarita came from around this. Margaret fans out there. Jerry Thomas is very influential, but he was.
"harvey waldinger" Discussed on Blinkers Off
"Kinda hard to run down so I I don't know I just think now if he wins the race. I think it's a poor race for sure. But you know loose on the lead if you WANNA play a price if you're saying I don't want those two allowance horses or Tis The law. I think he's the one who look at well. You know you you say that about What he did last night was a track. But it's like Churchill downs. He goes and wins by nine the race prior. I mean it's a dead heat but you know it was right. It was the two. Were nine clear. The performance in your writing and his alley and Likud heated with silver. Stayed Who ran second. You know so and I don't know but my thing was is. I felt like that horse. Real dancer in the kind of third favourite Any Indian Harken blaze. Like I feel like I'm the same way GONNA fly And that's why I think it looks well for Toledo Get IT INSIDE TRIP. And be able to kind of your way in his law shifts. That matters well should get a nice trip off of that because I think they'll be plenty of speed. Yeah I know I think I think are two horses. Were putting on top. We're going to get the perfect trips. No doubt and relentless dancer has sprinter speed now stretching out too so again. The only thing is if they're reading the past performances and they're going well sprinter speed definitely have the pedigree to go along. We'll just let him go out there and do whatever he could get lonely. There's a there's a scenario where it could work out now. My one concern well. There's multiple concerns but one of the big concerns for Toledo. Is You look at that? Last race they ran for twenty two and forty five you know and he got shuffled back in in in in out of the race basically. So is it a matter of. He doesn't have enough early and speed to hold on to keep up with a with these horses when they're gonNA blaze early on and then he's out of the race or as if he's able to position himself in stock position a couple of weeks back he should. I mean you did it to back but yeah I think he'll be okay as far as that goes. I don't know if he's good enough. He's got that turn of foot but she like Tis a lot. We've seen it would delete. I've never really seen like a huge turn of foot so I bet listen. He's he's interesting enough for sure. I think and if you want to go into will this race produce something gail. Let's do that. You WanNa do that do that. So let's go through and look real quickly before you give your answers like okay so Harvey Waldinger. One was a really good about audible. Irish war cry. Mohan upstart Kiro prints. It's my lucky day but you look at audible. Who obviously was a great horse? Irish war cry had his moments. Mo- Heyman had his moments. So I mean it's not a con produces a mixed bag. I guess is the best way to say that this year. It's this it could go either way again but I do think it's going to be more productive than the withers on not sky high on Tis. The law like a lot of people are as far as the derby goes. As far as. What's coming up but I I do think he should exit this race as a as a top five ten prospect right. It may be more if he shows but I think we have an opportunity to get that top-five prospect here. We don't in the weather's no. I think I honestly think that either the Toledo or his law with a big performance here at Jaipur to jump right into the mix as being a legit contender fair enough to wear the last year hardware while they're wins and you're just like what the hell is. That now obviously uncorked the bottle or something wins here near dislike okay right. I don't know but I think it has an opportunity to have some potential down the road for sure because I think there's enough obviously with Toledo mud Mont In his law Being a Like the grade one winner already. There's a lot of hype there already so I think both those horses have an opportunity. So I'm on Number One Toledo and your number three. Tis The law department six Robbery Lewis stakes grade. Three worth one hundred K. Three year olds going to one one sixteen miles field six lineup this one. I'd say it's safe to say that. The dudes team is a whole. This is much anticipated race of the weekend. You have obviously thousand words. Four to five Bob Baffert Pratt and this is. There's no no the charity winter. No height needed here. Finally waiting been waiting here. He is showing up for the real debut. Then you also have tis magician. Which if you know Magic Mike. They both have ownership in the words. My Racehorse This source the site might explode. If the source wins this race high-velocity another horse baffert three to one as well. Those are three main contenders encoder in here Royal Actions Warrior. But those are three. Yeah this this race was really the hardest one for me to be honest because I believe in thousand words. I think he's pretty good. But I think this is a sneaky good field I think tis magicians gotta you know just as good a shot as anybody you get by thousand words. I think that race last time out. I mean that's what you have to do to win a race the Kentucky Derby. You gotta run faster but you still. You have that stocking style have early speed and still finish. That's what he showed last time out. You've got high-velocity with the new writer. So I kind of liked that angle a little bit. Rosario on high-velocity maybe can get him to calm down a little bit early stock the pace. I think that's the only way he's going to get the distance but I think he's mildly interesting because of writer in your think I'm nuts but I think in coder at eight to one is interesting here from your countenance. Yeah it's Mike Smith. I thought that was good. Trying dirt for the first time. That's the obvious bad. A Mile Sixteenth. Finally I mean this is an English Channel Horse. He needs to go probably a mile a quarter now. I don't know the savage not one that just is like well. Hell let's give it a shot. I think if everything falls apart up front he he's got like an outside chance at it. I mean he's definitely been in some he's ran Since August he's ran in stakes races on turf stakes races. So you're on the juvenile. The bruise kept you don't turf Finished sixth beaten three and a half course. Four wheel drive. Jimmy Rock were in there. Good horses So yeah I mean it's interesting that they make this move but I see I see this race differently than you. I think thousand words is lock. Yeah I mean I like I I love the. I'm hoping dismal wins. I'm on the thousand words train I I was. I went from kind of thinking. Oh you know. Maybe he's not as great as we thought and then I really love Palley. Battled back in the Loselle for charity. This from the words that we've heard on the backside this kind of the real deal I think I just think he's above and beyond what's in this race so it feels like is it. Feels like I was felt like I felt about his law. And you feel about a thousand words. I put thousand words on. I think it's exactly and you and I feel about his magician like you kind of feel like a Toledo like. It's possible that he could win. Yeah I still. I still think. Tis Magician could win that at all you know. I put his magician second and I really debated it for a while. But here's the thing that I always get back to when he faces decent horses he hasn't been able to beat them. And you know thousand words has got to be better than anything. He's faced other than maybe on our AP who just killed him but who knows where honorary pal. It might be next overseas them for you see him. But debuts a four year old his magician I mean like he just hasn't beaten anybody delete and that's why I was like. Yeah it's kind of a stretch for me that he's going to be thousand words but I think he's right in there with the rest of these but yeah thousand. I'm with you on the win. That's thousand words for for sure. I'm not as confident. I guess the thing about his magician. I feel like that. Would that bodes well for for these guys that you know Matt Mike. Magic is I feel like he's the kind of horse that could just like I definitely. I don't believe he's an Omaha Beach Mike. Somebody Blur comparing him to at least how he's kind of emerged but I do feel like he could be a horse that gets up there finished second in this race and they run them again and he gets third and then he runs a you know in the Derby against third second gets enough points to get in. You know they're like I think what he is. Eighteen to twenty two range as far as point getter goes. I think that's what he is. And Yeah that's he's getting the gate you know. I think he's kind of worse he seems I mean. You obviously have a great trainer After last week I had a lot of positive things to say about trainer and a great drop. You Victory Spinoza Yeah so a little good. You want right right. Yeah he's got it all. I really want him too bad. I just think it'd be the coolest thing I think those people are. I mean not just magic and Mike but we know a lot of people that have a stake in this. GonNa go insane if he wins It'll be the biggest winners circle. Maybe ever if he wins it'd be so many people in it but I he's going to have to prove that he can beat a good horse before we get crazy on him and that's just what it is but I'd keep him right here seeing Nita. I'd keep running him in these. I brought him in all three of these Perhaps because like you said. I think he's going to rack up enough points to make it. Yeah I wouldn't I wouldn't remove. I would stay. Keep him right here. Keep running in these races and because Baffert's got so many he's GonNa position them all of the country. Not You might get lucky. You might get lucky. Hit one where it comes up short on. Somehow it happens perfectly for you win or get second like fifty or a hundred point race in your automatically pretty much in so I'm rooting for him. I am rooting for him. But I I'm with you. I think thousand words on top and I say call me crazy. I think I think encoder might get up there for second or third year. So that's definitely a good horse to play Underneath and I think that's going to be totally unlooked horse considering I turned turf..
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"Come on up here. I feel the need to cheat. I give you I'll give you a fifty for not helping him. You're kidding. I'm teasing just love that. All right. I felt the need to cheat today because Katie guests they got everything four to five. This is high competition come on over here. Happy birthday. Here's talk to the mic. Oh, what thirty? All right. All right, Kathy and team, Kathy. And and Tom your question number one. Roughly, what percentage of a watermelon is water is it ninety two ninety six or eighty five percent. Got says eighty-five, but I think I'm gonna go with ninety two in the middle that your final answer. That's correct. Ninety two. All right question. Number two. What is another? Quite a gut. What is another name for star fruit? I was thinking like come bowler Zoeller, Bulla cambozola. Yes. All right. That's two for two. Good job. Frenching is the process of what adding cream wrapping pastry or cleaning bones of fat in meat Frenching, wrapping meat. Yes. Claiming nicely done. You guys. Wow. What is the national dish of Greece? Lusaka gyros euros gyros and grace euros. I think I don't know. D'amato's which one? Utah. It's more of a appetizer. And I think this feels like sounds like more of an entree. So I'm gonna go with moussaka that was my first choice. All right. That's four for four. All right for a perfect score. Cathy, and Tom, what is the world's largest citrus fruit is it grapefruit Jamaican ten jello or Paul mellow mellow. Face to cheap. Wow. Gets an extra twenty five bucks in the gift shop today. Nice. Thank you, Kathy. I'm feeling very proud of ourselves. Nice job having to pull up the rear is a little bit tricky today. All right true or false, your first question apples are just as effective is coffee at waking you up in the morning is that true or false. I'm going to say as effective. Yes. Correct. I should've amount is so high. All right question. Number two for you. What is eaten traditionally in the UK the day before Ash Wednesday is it pancakes, ham or cake? Pancakes. Correct. All right question. Number three. If you're having a cocktail of cognac, orange liqueur, and lemon juice. What would it be called? You have some options. Oh, good sidecar. Woo. Or Harvey Waldinger. I'm going to go with this site car. Correct. All right. Terry rozier. Oh, your next question rhapsody era, Mel and Cambridge are types of what strawberries mushrooms or apples. I'm gonna go with the apple. Oh, no, the answer strawberry. That was the other answer. I just didn't want to give that one you'll need to get this one right in order to tie, Katie richer on. Alright chef a cut of meat known as beef clod would come from which part of the animal is this the shoulder the back or the hindquarters sounds like who look at Tom because he knows all these pieces of meat. I do know that one I'm gonna go with the neck. Did you say? How about the ears now there was an NCO either on your options again? Yes. Please show her back or hindquarters. Clearly this one. I do know the answer to that one. Absolutely. I'm gonna go with the shoulder. Don't sit on it. It is the shoulder to shoulder. That was close to question off. I'll give you one more. Okay. All right. All right. You too. What type of meat is scrag end. Terry mutton nicely done. Happy birthday, Kathy. You are getting some Molly moon ice cream from miss, Katie. Oh, if you want to be part of our show, you can send us a note on Facebook or Twitter at Seattle kitchen. You're listening to us on KIRO radio ninety seven three FM. The show is produced by large media. That's L A R. J media are lead producer is Sarah liebowitz in. Our sound engineer is Sean don't call.
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"Eighth. I believe the date is today. I know it's a Thursday other than that the month today. I sometimes no sometimes I don't wheels. What else have we got on the docket today for national days? All right. So for November eight th we have. Yeah. You got it. Right. I got right. Starting off the national stem and steam day, encouraging kids to explore and pursue their interested in science technology engineering arts and math. As we did. His radio is an art. I would say and is science. It is a science as we're finding out now, and ain't that the truth. Equipment. It's also national parents as teachers day. Teach your kids Ryan, I guess cheese, seriously like. I'm starting to feel like like people didn't tell me all of what parenting entails nine years in. I'm staying now. I'm learning that I teach my kids something it's like. That's why we sent them to school. You teach them life. That's right. Yeah. Hard knocks the school. Teach them useless stuff. Like, that's right. Algebra Danamon steam like algebra. But you teach them life. That's right. Thank you. We'll yes. Well, I mean, that's what you're supposed to teach them. I'm as you do I don't know. Okay. I don't know. You're saying, theoretically. Yes, perfect world parrot does right. Today's also national Harvey Waldinger day. Harvey wall banger. No, I have not. And that's also a brewers references in it. I don't know. That was a famous brewers team. But anyway, what is what's the drink Harvey wall banger? So Harvey Waldinger is three parts vodka. One part Gala Leon. Which is a hard liquor. And six parts orange juice poured into a high ball glass and garnished with orange slice in Murcia. Cherry. So a screwdriver with one more ingredient, sure. I have no idea. Sounds like it. I don't drink alcohol. So I don't know. What's in what? So I'll trust you. And finally today's national cappuccino day. Chino? Man coffee. Definitely not not so much cappuccino, my younger years. I was. But now, I'm straight coffee. Okay. I've never had a cappuccino. I don't think. But man. That's kind of what I thought. Yeah. You're you're good. Do you drink coffee? Yeah. When I when I need to. Yeah. So you're I mean, it's just like it's not a sweeter version of that. Yeah. I mean, it's not a regular thing. But I do drink coffee regular thing. Yeah. All right. So.
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"This is a Bloomberg market minute. Stock futures are slipping as investors watch for the weekly reports on jobless claims and consumer comfort the fed wraps up a two day policy meeting a change in interest rates is not expected today, but investors will monitor the outcome for hints at the path for future hikes among companies reporting their earnings today, our hurts and Disney the market's reaction to the US midterm. Elections was swift stocks rallied across the board yesterday with all three of the major indexes closing up more than two percent. The first time that's happened. Since October sixteenth. The Dow surged five hundred and forty five points. Tesla has appointed board member Robyn Denholm as its new chair after a run in with. Securities regulators cost Elon Musk the position he'd held since leading the company's first round of funding fourteen years ago. The fifty five year old den home one of two women on the nine member. Board will preside over Tesla's board effective immediately. Gina Cervetti bloom. Burke radio. All right. The latest traffic and weather Jason Earhart in here this morning on national Harvey Waldinger day Harvey wall banger day never had one of those. I have it's been a while. You know, what's in it? Refresh my memory vodka vodka. I think it's called Galliano liqueur. Okay. And some OJ, right. And my father-in-law big on those you don't what I'd I'd not sure I've ever had one. But I'm going to today explains. We're check is. He's he's out a national Harvey. Banger day. It'd take advantage of that three in the morning. I'm gonna have a couple of those by launch. What are the reds like so far so good a little bit of debris in the roadway? River and still right now from the UCLA traffic center, UC health, proud to serve as the official healthcare provider of the Cincinnati Bearcats. Some roadwork on seventy four eastbound traffic around Montana, westbound, you could see some lane closures between Coleraine are seventy-five and Coleraine they'll be closed about it's about six AM. Everything should be good. After that Jason Earhart on NewsRadio seven hundred wwl w this afternoon. That's the hotspot today. Forty-eight.