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"hawkin" Discussed on The Hockey PDOcast
"This is exactly what we want to see. This team has enough skating talent. actually push the pace and attack off the rush, especially when it's best players are out there and mural scored like a four on four goal against the predators where he was leading the rash he passed it off, drove to the net, got it back. That's exactly what I want to see. So I actually do believe that we should already bump them up higher because if Rick bonus was still the coach based on what they did the past few years, 26 is the good ranking. I think 15th potential fire for even more is in play. I just need to see, I just need to see it. I need to see it. I'm sorry, that's my priors are too strong here. And one last thing is talk about yanny Hawkins. Yeah, I love hawkin pot. I'm sorry, and I believe it's hock and pay if we're going to be just like it's haskin and not haskin in any way. With finished thing. With regards to debord boards tended to coach aggressively like defensively but aggressively. So look, I admit that I may be a little bit low on the ranking here. I need to see it because I've got this, remember I lived in the bubble. For bubble adjacent and Edmonton for two months. So I watched them play 24 games just playing possum. They've got they've got some goodwill to build up with me first. Well, in the NFL, you have your offensive coaches and your defense of coaches and kind of alternate between them. I think that in hockey, you kind of have your detail coaches and your vibes coaches. Bonus is a detail coach, Deborah is a vibes coach. But Dubois detailed no, it's a board of the bars very detailed. Deports like annoyingly detailed players tuna motor. Golden knights players were pretty upset when he was there because they had a lot of tape study after games. I think he's a great I think he's a great. I don't think they were very good. Well, they were working hard. What your mileage and the results. I think he's definitely maybe I guess you could argue overly detailed in terms of micromanaging, if anything. Okay. Well, I'm excited. So there you go. All right, 20 on our list, the Washington capitals. Who I hadn't relatively low on my list item 21st. Do you guys try to make 19?
"hawkin" Discussed on 31 Thoughts: The Podcast
"Like them. I just think that they're a team. That has so much talent. And you always bet on talent. You always bet on talent. I'm curious camper. If you can stay healthy. I think he's an enormous. Add to those guys. I really liked their team. I think they're going to be fine and like listening them a car and and mckinnon talk to us about losing that series and what they learn from it. I liked it. I i still think this team has a lot of room to grow. They're not done and their elite talent. I think it's gonna sign there for a long time. Dallas They add ryan suter Johnny hawkin pa comes in as well. The line that we've found some magic last year jason robertson repay hinz and joe pavlovsky I see no reason why that can't continue to be a a line that does damage and big things were expected from players like dennis korean off. Who didn't have the best possible season last year. We've talked a lot about the goaltending situation. And how that plays itself oats between khudobin and hopi and injure in ben bishop. How do you see the dallas stars. This season i think their deep. I think they have a lot of players. Like to me. The thing with dallas. Is they look to me like a team. It kind of went through with pa- vel skin perry and they still a couple of other guys like that. Who are a little bit older. And you can't always depend on them to bring the most in the regular season so if you rest your group gets him into the playoffs you look at them and say i want no part of this guy. I think they got a lot of players like sudanese thirty six years old. But he's still a really fluid player. Who can play. Not as many minutes as he used to play but enough. I think they're going to be fine. I think no one's gonna wanna see them in the postseason if they're goaltending heads up. I think there are what passes in this. Division is a reasonably comfortable playoff team again. How much are they going to score. Like tyler sagan to me is can can he just get wine healthy season where he can you know. Breathe a little bit. That's something i want to see too but there's a there's a lot i like about this team. I just think they have a lot of good players. I think they're really deep minnesota to really exciting team and it's not just capris off topline with joel eriksson neck and mats zuccarello looks pretty dynamic They're out suitor as we just mentioned but you know doumba spurgeon bodine Still very much there. They bring in alex. Goski cam talbot capital kotkin So an excellent tandem in net as well an interesting training camp will d gets injured. That's tough that sucked rossi sent to H. l. iowa a love the atom beckmann story He got sent down to the american hockey league. But not before turning heads and it was a fun story to follow. Give us your thoughts on the minnesota wild for each look. I was curious to see how this team would react like their. Gm made the most stunning off season move of any gm in the league. Sure did and you're sitting there and you're looking okay. Like how does this team react when they get back. And i don't think they look shellshocked or anything like that. I think they're fine. So that says to me that this team is going to be okay. I'll tell you something else too. That really impressed me about caprice off later. So capris off comes back and he says okay. I'm in florida. Come meet me here and the hammer out the deal and guarantees like okay. You know we gotta figure out how to get vaccinated like no. I came back here to make sure i was in the right position to be vaccinated. And that's taking care of like to me. That's a guy who has his heart in the right place like he went and he took care of all of those things so then when he got done it was the best possible position to be ready to start the season for his latest contract. Talks with i just like that. like i think. When when your franchise player. And he's their franchise player is wired that way. I think it rubs off on everybody else because he signed these in. And you're like okay. He's taken care of everything. He needs to take care of on his own initiative. I liked this team to like. You know the one thing that difference for them this year is they're not going to surprise everybody that anybody this year last year. They surprised people and he's surprised people this year. That's not happening. Everybody knows who they are. And they're getting everybody's good game. So how do they handle that. And the other guy who i really think this year will be big for is doumba. 'cause there's no more rumors. He's a wild. No watch will go them tomorrow. Just a fool with all our minds. But i wonder how it's going to be for the doesn't have to worry about this stuff anymore. Yeah just play. Just play just going. Play the nashville part. Of course we are at that part of the program. Now we're talking about nashville. And this is life without pekka rene who has called it. A career life without ryan ellis Who moves along but life was from new faces. Whether it's glass myers tolkien tomasini. Oh i mentioned earlier. The david poile is now talking about competitive rebuilds. Which will be the next buzz. Term that hits the the nhl gives you don's on on this national squad that is probably at the beginning the beginning parts whether it's with tolbert and whether it's with thomas no the v. and we'll see what happens you know when you're slava's off finally you know Starts playing with the the nashville predators. This is the beginning of another version of the nashville predators. I just wonder about two things that will tell us. I think a lot about which direction this organization is headed fridge and their two contracts one forsberg one at home. What say you. I want to get to them in a second. I think that's really interesting. Is that they have played forsberg duchenne. Joe hansen altogether in the preseason to me. That's really fascinating. Because that is natural. Saying we're coming out. We're putting our top three offense forwards together and we're making a power line out of them that to me is a statement. Now whether that lasser or not coaches are we going to spread it out and john heinz like no. Forget that we're going with this. I liked that. I think it sets a tone. I'm i'm with you. this no talks on forsberg. That's really fascinating to me and eco. Home the thing about at home is eh comb was a bargain last time around and he said you know i don't care don't need more money now. I think everybody realizes he's not a nine million dollar guy like nurse because his counting stats aren't that high. But he's still a really good really talented player. And i think they're battling to find where that sweet spot.
"hawkin" Discussed on Aria Code
"Writer. Roy hawkin met opera chorus master. Donald palumbo rabbi donald rottenburg and musicologist. Mark burford decoding. The vapin sierra chorus from verdi's noble you'll hear performance by the met opera chorus after the break area code is produced in partnership with the metropolitan opera each season. The met presents ten saturday matinees in movie theaters around the world. As part of its award winning live in hd series. I up mussorgsky's boris. Good enough starring renee papa in the title role. The mets cinema season will also feature terence blanchard's fire shut up in my bones and matthew aucoin z. Ritzy out more at met opera dot org slash hd. Hey it's rian and before we get to the rest of the show. I wanted to invite you to our first ever. Aria code live event whooped. It's a conversation between me. And terence blanchard about his new opera fire. Shut up on my bones and as hard as it is to believe. He's the first black composer to have his work performed at the met. So it's a pretty big freaking deal. I'm going to ask him about this. Milestone the process of writing it which as a young composer i'm very keenly interested in and we'll also have some video clips from the premier to share. The event is over zoom on friday october. Eighth at twelve noon eastern. It's totally free. And i'd love for you to join us you can. Rsvp at aria code dot org the ancient israelites are being held captive in babylon. They take a break from forced labor. Sit down by the banks of the afraid. He's river and seeing about their homeland jerusalem. Here's the metropolitan opera. Chorus singing fought in sierra the chorus.
"hawkin" Discussed on KQED Radio
"Mission is to help businesses succeed. So communities prosper in spirit, E H. R. That makes a difference as we normally remind you. This is the forum rebroadcast so No phone calls or texts at this hour, please. Thank you. 20 minutes after 10. We're talking about climate anxiety and what to do with those feelings with Paul Hawkin. He's an environmentalist entrepreneur and author of the forthcoming book Regeneration, which comes out on September 14th. Dr Lisa Van Susteren. She is a founding member of the climate, Psychiatry, Alliance and Benavente trauma. She's the editorial page editor for the Boston Gloom, and she's the author of the Optimist Telescope, thinking ahead in a reckless aid. And we want to hear from you. How are you feeling about the state of climate change? What helps you stay positive? Have you funneled your anxiety into action? Tell us about it. Give us a call at 1866733. 6786 that's 18667336786. And you can also get in touch on Twitter and Facebook. Where at KQED Forum or you can email your questions to forum at kqed dot org Well before the break Lisa pointed out that it's important to feel the fields get to that grief, and then put that grief into action. So, Paul, I want to turn to you. Where does someone start? So they've Already. You know, we've I've dealt with my my smoke. You know, PTSD and I'm ready to do something about the world. Where's the first place that you recommend someone starting Yeah, it's a It's a question I get all the time are the other variation. The question is, what is the most important thing I can do? You know what's the number one? Uh, you know, action that I can take. And, um it's a great question is understandable. One Probably the most important thing that people can do is actually, um, discover where they live. People don't know where they are. I mean, it sounds so orthogonal, you know, remote from the pressing crisis at hand. Um, but we see climate and we have been writing about it and certainly, uh, in headlines as and it Is something that's out there somewhere like We've other it In the same way we've other people and cultures and religions and women. This is uttering language. And so in So doing, what we have done is to associate human beings from the biosphere. And we have also the associated the atmosphere for the biosphere and of the same thing. They're exactly the same thing, just different aspects and manifestations of it. And so when I say find out where you live where you are, it means to really the opposite of eco anxiety is ECA feel eah, okay, which is to really Find out The beauty discovered the beauty of the miracles. The mystery, uh, of where you live, you know, being was talking about it going swimming and Walden Pond, you know? I mean, there you go. And, um So we protect what we love and it's It's so understandable. I mean 70% of young people between 15 and 25. According to research has been done by clever Hogan Force for Nature all over in 50 countries experience eco anxiety, and it makes sense. I mean, they've inherited a world And then they're being told by baby boomers that through the last generation and you know that's their job to save the fate of the earth. I mean, get out of here, you know, And I'm sorry. I mean, it could be as easy as sort of, you know, Just getting when you say get to know your landscape. I mean, get to know your landscape in a sense that fall in love with it, So you care about saving it. That's kind of the summary of what you're saying. Correct. Well, yeah, I mean, we protect what we love. And where we need to do is stop thinking about it is something we can fix. You know, In the sense we're going to set up machines everywhere to, you know, suck carbon out of the air. You know, very Bill Gates and type of, you know. Picture of the future to solve the problem, and the problem is is not out there somewhere. It's in who we are and how we live, how we invest our money. It's where we put our emphasis. It's our cars we drive. It's and everything we do, because basically we've grown up in an economy that's extractive. It takes it takes life. Everything we Buy from everything. We, uh, everything every service we engage in self worth. If you really pull back, the curtain is taking life. It is the generating. And so that's why I called the new birth regeneration because The wave. The path forward is to regenerate life on earth. We're losing life on Earth and the pathways to do so. It's a pivot that 1 80, I think what the Aspect of the prospect and Lisa talked about this of acting because stress, anxiety and stress I mean, they're very related. They always the maps of Baptist stress anxiety. Is there so well knows and so forth, but stresses telling us to act and so forth. And what's so interesting about the work that Andrew Huberman is doing in Stafford, um, about stress and anxiety and action and how the brain works. Is that we believe that our beliefs change what we do. But in fact action changes our beliefs and so the path forward to eco anxiety is to act. A new question is what to do. What's the number one thing they can do? And the number one thing they can do is find out where they are where they are. Once they do that, once they're in that modality of wanting to do something wine to act as a plethora of things you can do, and one of the things that is the outcome of this latest perfect generation is a website. It is the most complete, uh, listing and network of solution climate solutions in the world, but not just the listing of them. But exactly how to do it. And when I mean how like on all levels of agency like if you're an individual, This is what you can do as an individual, But we're not individuals. That's kind of a myth. You know, that's the ego talking to us every morning, but we are all part of networks were part of neighborhoods communities. Family cities were part of companies were part of club synagogues, churches, temples. All those are who we are, and when we act we change. Our beliefs will be changed the beliefs that people around us and so what we generation has is like what you can do on all those levels of agency who you can influence who in government, one of the good actors out there. What is the bad actors were the great videos, books, articles That you can read on degraded land restoration, for example, you know, or challenges like the clear cutting of the boreal forest to make plus toilet paper for Procter and Gamble, You know, really the biggest stock of carbon in the world is being made in the toilet paper. And so rather than being overwhelmed by these things and being mad, angry or depressed, you know, and then What we're trying to do is give ways in which you can express yourself. Especially Of course, if you're a young person and you're looking to head you're looking at a future that it looks dark and foreboding rather than one. That is positive. And so we're trying to change the thing from probabilities of what's going to happen, which is well established in the science and well proven out to the possibilities of Creating a future that is different rather than a future that we're stealing is what we're doing right now. We can economically socially culturally heal the future and that can also be GDP. And that brings us to a world where we have employment that is meaningful that is dignified as purposeful. So in a sense, there is no greater opportunity and I go back to Lisa. You know, comments earlier that we are on the cusp of amazing possibilities. In terms of the restoration of our society of our culture of our sense of being of our sense of worth and who we are and why we're here in the first place. Just the emotion in your voice is leaving me? Hopefully I can hear that. You believe that we can do this bean? I want to turn to you. You talk about a Moldable reality and you see climate change is a work in progress. How does that help You stay optimistic or how do you stay optimistic? I want to be clear that I'm not an armchair optimist who looks around me at the world today in the forest burning where the floods that have come through with Hurricane Ida and just believes that everything is inevitably marching towards progress or getting better. I certainly don't, uh, I'm an active in the trenches. Optimist in the sense that I believe that we can change the course and the trajectory of our society. If we take action, and that's what I mean by there being a multiple.
"hawkin" Discussed on Mason & Ireland
"It. This fan apparently i. It still sounds like the n word to me. But this john apparently completely quite he was dressed in a rockies. Jersey iraqis had apparently like a season ticket holder. he's the mascot was a couple of sections away. He wanted to get a picture with dinger. And that's why he was yelling dinger. He was not yelling. The n word. But i thought was interesting john. Everybody leaps to the worst possible conclusion. Correct because we're in that climate right and with without a doubt it sounds like the n word. Sounds like the n word without a doubt. And so that keith. Olbermann was on a war path like killing the rockies for not speaking up sooner and how can the rockies not condemn this from the second it happens bub-bubba as it turns out. He was yelling and mascot And this mascots people treat those mascots like their pets. Have you noticed that if you if you go to a game and like rampage. Who's the rams value people are yelling at rampage to get over there and you know it's like you've been to disneyland like if goofy or pluto walking around and have you. Have you read a chance to be a mascot be put on a mascot suit like never have we made dave singer put on the carl's junior suit and you punched him all him with stomach. That's right so i did. I've told you the story before. But one time when i was in college. One of my jobs was. I was the anheuser. Busch campus representative. Yes i basically i. They paid me fifty bucks a month to tell to tell them where sponsorship opportunities were and they would sponsor something in westwood village and so they had there was a basically a budweiser mascot called. Bud man and they had a bud man suit normally they had a guy that could wear it but one time i had to wear it right and and when you wear i'll send you guys a picture of me in the bud man suit so when you wear it people yell at you literally like your their dog. They based like that guy was yelling at dinger. Hey like nobody would stand up and yell mason get. They wouldn't yellow person like that but when the mascot suit is on its all bets are off and for that reason i think every way mate so you were bud man. Yeah here i'll send you guys. I gotta find a picture of it. But i was just in that one time. I normally didn't have to do it. But that one time i did it. And and so. I think that if if you're going to yell at the rockies mascot you should call him something they change the name. Yeah i think although it's such a good name right. Yeah but it sounds an awful lot does sound. It does sound like it yeah. Maybe here's my friend. Dave guarding me. When i was wearing the batman suit playing basketball that was my one day as the bud man. And it's i sent you guys but the problem with with mascots is there is no often. Did you have to wear this bud man costume just once. Not only did it twice. I did it once for for a corporate function. That was easy if you can tell by looking at. You can't really see who the person is no. No you can't see it you yes so you can take on any personality you want. But it is able. That was a great job by the way. Anheuser busch campus representative basically. All i did was walk around and give away free but merch hawkin hawkins beer couldn't tell beer because it was a college campus but they liked the shirt. My friends wearing that shirt had tons of those in college. Like like i could. I could have given you all sorts of budweiser swag. When i was at ucla. Tell you what. I cannot imagine a worse job. I think it sounds absolutely awful. Friend of mine was was the josephine bruin like the ucla girl bear. You know at bowling green. We had an organization. Six sick and i was selected by it was selected by the president of the university as to to be the representatives of campus. And we would go around and we were. Were wear these masks. You know those full nasa over our head whether it be you know A president or whatever it is and we'd go around and we make signs and plaster them all over campus and then at the very end of my senior year. They unveiled who is in six. Say call along so so. I guess that's the closest i got. I can't imagine what a nightmare must be to be one of those princesses or whatever. It disneyland well mostly. You're taking pictures but if you're in can you imagine a hundred degree day at disneyland. And you're in the goofy suit or the suit. Come on if you were a mascot if you were a mess mascot line line is.
"hawkin" Discussed on Starcastic Remarks-The Only Dallas Stars Fan-Led Podcast
"He's doing a meeting and talking to clear the same time crazy. You're a door chrish. Talented guy anyways. Okay so ryan suter d. Okay based off for the other signing that. We'll talk about here in a second. Do you see him filling that fourth spot in filling alexi extra. I think it's gonna just be depend on whoever plays better with me row. If mirrow likes playing with souder better or playing with the classic big guy like alexi. It just depends on what works best. I think either one would be fine all right so i'm leaning towards shooter. Yes there's my official answer so all right so we we keep we keep mentioning this guy. We're gonna go ahead and go ahead with him. I before defenseman. Yeah the mystery defenseman who who at his. He has one of the greatest names in the world. This reminds me of yogi pucca member. Your yoki poker. He has a named just like that. His name has hawkin pau hockey. That is so much fun to say. I cannot. I cannot wait for a razor. Just say that for the first time and have some sort of razor ism with hocken pau. Gay hocken. pod comes from the carolina hurricanes. He is a six five holy crap. Big boy. I know that probably a guide to help fulfill that size role Alexia left He signs for a three year deal worth one. Point five million per depending on how you look at this contract does could be a good contract. good value or we could have overpaid him What's your thoughts. Initial thoughts on mr haagen pau. I think this is the best free agent. Signing i have tied tied for the best free agent signing so i think he's twenty nine. It's a three year contract which he's going to be on this team for a while. Still and even if if he does sex trade him because he doesn't have movement clause a nobody. But anyway from what i've seen and heard from other people who watch him often. He's a really like solid defensive guy like he his mindset is defense i he's not really offensively minded at all but he's a solid d guy doesn't really make mistakes. He's always in the right position and of course he's big. We like big big is good so i really love the signing. I think it's super cheap. I think it's cheaper than what deserves from what i've heard at least so i really like signing A couple of things about mr hawkin pau his first name. Yani yani hawkin pa. Sorry i'm gonna keep saying because it's so much fun to say. Anyways he is twenty nine years old split the season between anaheim and carolina. Last season Like you said he. He's not offensive guy. He only had four points in fifty. Seven regular-season games between the two teams but his big thing. He finished third in the league. With two hundred fifteen hits. I'm really excited for that part. I like so he also He played with carolina In the playoffs Showed up with carolina for eleven playoff games In here's another interesting thing about Hocken pau in why he wanted to come to the stars. What are the stars known for christian left handed defenseman good gas but no. He's finished he's another member of the finnish mafia..
"hawkin" Discussed on Pat Gray Unleashed
"Are doing here today. Kumai here. We go oh holy cow. That's have you. Have you ever heard a group of people like that. Sound that bad when you so usually. There's enough decency sort of where would come fairly okay. That was just a travesty. So based on that. If if if i get this correctly the republicans the racist hateful republicans in texas. They're trying to overturn all civil rights laws in this state. And that's that's why they're they're standing on now is what's happening. I mean i guess. I mean they're singing. We shall overcome in 'cause standing up for. Yeah i mean they're making it possible so no one but white people can vote. I thought yeah. So that's why we shall overcome that is what do of course okay interesting. None of the democrats in the majority joined the texas democrats. What is it about the texas democrats that the democrats in dc won't have any anything to do with them. We don't even want to see you guys in town. We're not gonna band with the last. I mean they had a big deal of biden was out of town pro speaking about one six and the horrific -ness of that and The democrats were busy. Hawkin there three point five trillion dollar budget right right anything to do with them. In the last time they were there there was a report from one of the democrats who met with one of the leaders Press secretaries or other chief of staff. We're not even meeting with the head. People wanna see him. I think the biggest question from this whole situation that rob asks is are those that group worse at singing. The jeffey theme the band kids we which plant. Let's play together and see all wanna miss this a little bit. Let's start the democrats. Thank you mistake you.
"hawkin" Discussed on Pat Gray Unleashed
"Are doing here today. My here. We go oh holy cow. That's have you. Have you ever heard a group of people like that. Sound that bad when you so usually. There's enough decency have sort of. Where would come fairly okay. That was just a travesty. So based on that. If if if i get this correctly the republicans the racist hateful republicans in texas. They're trying to overturn all civil rights laws in this state. And that's that's why they're they're standing on now is what's happening. I mean that's i guess. I mean they're singing. We shall overcome in 'cause standing up for. Yeah i mean they're making it possible so no one but white people can vote. I thought yeah. So that's why we shall overcome that is what do of course okay interesting. None of the democrats in the majority joined the texas democrats. What is it about the texas democrats that the democrats in dc won't have any anything to do with it. We don't even want to see you guys in town. We're not gonna band with the last. I mean they had a big deal of you. Know biden was out of town pro speaking about one six and the horrific -ness of that and The democrats were busy. Hawkin there three point five trillion dollar budget right right anything to do with them. In the last time they were there there was a report from one of the democrats who met with one of the leaders Press secretaries or other chief of staff. We're not even meeting with the head. People wanna see him. I think the biggest question from this whole situation that rob is are those that group worse at singing theme. The band kids we plant. Let's play together and see all wanna miss this a little bit. Let's start the democrats. Thank you mistake you.
"hawkin" Discussed on Hit The Road
"Of our crew members needed to be off the team and so The crew made a decision and the crew. Chief had made a hard decision to take. That writer are take that to take move through personal and have a discussion with them. And say this is not gonna work rolling halfway and we're already having difficulties so you're on the next plane home so went to the airport and instant him home. Okay and that's a fair call. That is a tough call. And but if a crew member is if the way they are is interfering with the progress of the team. The production of the miles of how team needs to behave. Then it's that's part of the game like you're off. You know them so that sometimes things happen and we won on. We had a really pleasant race after that and the writers we never knew it but the crew was experiencing all of this and they never told us because they didn't want us to stress as a writer they didn't want us to stress will worry about what was going on with the crew and that was that was exactly what they should have done. They just keep down to handle it in their vans. they handle as a crew and let the rider focus on writing series all already under stress of ood being on the road for so many days absolutely he can't take any any extra ounce of ancient that will make him lose focus but attack me something very wonderful in my in his conversation previous time so he told that the role of the crew is to ensure that are in the same thought process and that only goal is to make the racer win one of the things that i went. When i helped barack with putting his team together we had discussions every single week. And one of the things that i asked the crew to do you know. Prior to racing is handle all their personal business wing dryer whether it's family issues financial issues or work issues either delegate. The responsibility out handle it had the hard discussions. Get that off of your mind. So that you can just be as devoted to the rider and your crew as the rider is pedaling. The bicycle I think a lot of people get on crew and they think well it's gonna be. It's an easy thing road trip. How hard could it be. Yes no crazy now. Coming to the main point of this conversation via talking about taking and how can efficiency and performance be factored and hawkin the reset and the crew. Together be in sync. Give the best output possible. So you mentioned something about psycho dynamics and you mentioned about a organization psychology and dynamics that can help the team to work better and reduce anything. That can pull them back. So what did what is that thing right. So the bottom line comes down to having a common problem solving method period whether you're the writer or the crew. How are we going to solve this problem and problems fall into a couple of different categories one trauma car breaking down the van blinking down. The bicycle. Breaking the ryder decides. They don't wanna ride anymore. These are trauma and then you also have problems that prompted a chronic like not understanding the geology. Not understanding the mapping or having problems with batteries. You and i are having a chronic issue with internet connection. It's not a big deal in the way other types of problems to are lot more localized to the or specific to the individual. Everybody's doing their job. But i've got. I'm trying to handle business when i should be you. Know taking care of the writer or mixing the water bottles So and that's always going to be. That's inherent in any group in any crew. So when we look at a problem solving method we have a problem solving plan or method that i use and it's been using manufacturing for decades especially in like yoda they use. What's called root cause analysis. Right okay and is really super simple really and that is For problem solving most of us think that we are good problem solvers right and what we are is creative by nature but we may not be very good at being creative right okay. So what are we use and you know. We have cultural differences. That may be on the team You have age differences and all all the all the all the variations that you could possibly together on this one team. How do you get them to think about problem. Solving we have you literally have to have a method and this is what seems to work as you want to be recognized define. What are the concerns or complaints or obstacles at the team is facing so i like to take this type it out and put it on the dashboard and okay. Because it's always running their mind in their peripheral vision and their subconscious. This sort of you know gets in there and airy team number has a copy of it and so one defined concern the complaint or the obstacle. How are we seeing this. Because i'm a be seeing the problem differently than you are. Concerned as it is. Something that can be mitigated. Such dehydration or sunburn. You want to respond to the. He's a preventative type. Concern right a complaint. Is something happening now that you know such as weather the storm comes up or saddle sore pops up. That's the series complaint that can turn into an obstacle so when defining the issue defining. The concerned progress concerns. That can. if they're not dealt with they can turn into a complaint and then those complaints can turn into bigger obstacles. And that's when we have real issues because now it's an obstacle instead of just a complaint or concern so would that we we measure that concern complaint or opsahl obstacle against what we know and so historically what we know about the writer. Is this the first time they've ever had saddle sore. What do we know about their nutrition. Thou didn't start looking at a food sheet. we started measuring other calories. How much does the white writer way they lost weight have the gateway and so when we start comparing what we believe is happening to. What's historical then. We can make better with better understanding of how to deal with.
"hawkin" Discussed on Bitches on Comics
"They're still together so pleased with that kind of maybe winter is do they get into her like parental figure at all like is like we know more about him in the book because the film go yes unfortunately Hawkin is a pedophile. It's dan sign of a. Did you do a. I'm interested dude. You glean any of that from the movie like no. I didn't but now that you say it. I'm like okay. I can because there is a weird vibe between them right. We're keeping her alive but she doesn't like him grand but then like you know when the way that he you know sacrifices you know he. He burns his face off with acid when he gets caught by the cops. They can identify him. That kind of felt like a we're reversal. And you know. And i know. There's like layers to pedophilia. That are like i don't want to talk about care. It is a yet. he's the real in. The movies is r-enfield type character right like a little bit. Like a slave to the vampire While also taking care of an having this sort of symbiotic relationship in what he's getting out of it In the book he is definitely a pedophile. And of like you know looking for young boys and but comes across him. I and sort of they had kind of you know. Have this a weird very uncomfortable. Symbiotic relationship you know Where like he's sort of able to get off sexually with her. You know in the book in a way sort of have this young this forever. Young person in his life But she also gets to feed get someone to murder and feed her all the time you know murder for. That's gross very. I feel very good about his death. Now like More sympathy diarrhea interesting. Sacrificial death right shot again like a very beautiful film. Yeah oh. I mean and of course his better videos very uncomfortable to talk about in to watch in into even try to work into a story every time..
"hawkin" Discussed on MinddogTV Your Mind's Best Friend
"Until i was thirty three. So yeah yeah and then when i finished high school i started university as a single mother and put myself through university as a single mother and became a teacher. So you know there's that kind of irony. So i really believe that education is a is a open stores to freedom. It really does. Yeah i think part of what you just described there and of course you your story a bit different than most people. But i think a lot of people Especially highly intelligent. People can be buoyed with the Traditional education of high school in that kind of stuff. But that doesn't mean they board by learning they. Just wanna learn one experience new things and so you're off time and place for everything to every time and place. There's a season and all that stuff. So you're not to be too heavy in in crazy here but i think part of your journey. The road you were meant to be one was to learn new things that set you up for the proper education on your own time schedule. I think Society generalist matt really open to that where which regimented you start kindergarten near the end there at seventeen. Eighteen years old doesn't work that way for everybody. Everybody has a different path and their on passions. And i'm really someone who believes you have to find your passions for awhile. I worked as a counselor to with abused women and sexual assault victims. That was one of my jobs. Like several years ago. And and i would and i would say to them you know. What did you love when you were a kid. What can you remember because often people who have been in abusive situations for long. They've they've blocked at all and they don't remember they don't know who they are anymore because they become something else to somebody else and and it's a huge thing so trying to get them to remember. What did you love to do. What is it that you love that you could bring back in your life. You know right reconnecting with your authentic self. And i think think you know which is kind of why. This interview has taken the Pass that it has is because i sense that Part of these writing was Very much tied to the person that you are in in belief system. In how you how. You live your life towards You know being very curious and Intellectually curious person. I think that that plays into your books. And i think that's important for anybody who's creative in anything is to really connect with that author intensity in in your route and who you were as a child not get into this whole you know Rebirthing is every child. Repair your own child in child and all that stuff but i think there is a point to the best creative. You is somebody who is going to be completely in touch with the purpose in life. Y y you were born in the first place and who you were before the world corrupted you can plainly as i can put it for sure for sure. Those are wise words. Well i appreciate your time and insight here. And i hope we touched some people and i hope some people will be Curious enough to check out your book. Go to the website and and learn more about. You think you're a very interesting person. They funding interview somebody. I'd like to have back if you know. Mix them you come out with your next book. You're looking to promote at and just to keep fresh in people's mind appreciate your time here and i wish you success. Thank you and i will talk to mickey about audio books. Now i gotta. I gotta get everybody who who's on his thing..
"hawkin" Discussed on MinddogTV Your Mind's Best Friend
"I was out walking in the woods. And i started seeing butterflies butterflies in my head not out in the woods and and i texted her and i said oh i think it's a butterfly and i wrote actually wrote something really cryptic to her about butterflies and she wrote back and said oh yeah and then it started to evolve so she took it from there. That was the last one with the other ones. I actually for the first one. I said this is what the girls chatou looks like in the book. She's got this horse. It's a celtic warhorse in. Its on her arm. I'll send you the paragraph where i describe it can you. Can you draw from that. And she said oh. Yeah okay. i'll try so she actually took my quote in the quotes are on the back of the printed books so you can see what the quote actually looks like so she took that quote and she turned it into the tattoo and so i think that was a really interesting process for her as well. What time period is this now. Because i'm thinking you mentioned these ladies that have tattoos It was a at least in my Limited understanding of reality of ladies didn't wasn't common till ladies to have tattoos until like nineteen eighty seven nineteen seventies nineteen eighties. Am i wrong in that. Probably know these are all contemporary. Oh okay yeah. They're all right now and they time travelling into king that tattoos get them into some interesting situations because in two hundred bc in ireland. They didn't have tattoos. These are celtic druids. But they didn't have tattoos so when these people show up with these tattoos like she's got the butterfly a strategy shows up he's got angel wings from top of his shoulders down to his gluts when when the the wicked queen sees him. She's quite intrigued so they immediately think. Oh these guys are ferries. Because they were. They had that belief system in those days. If you look at the old mythology they believed in the she which are the irish ferries. So they thought okay. These guys are here and it was common for the ferries to come over and maybe seduced the human. So that's what they think they're therefore gotta watch him. Ferries yeah well. We had a similar belief system. Where i grew up in new york About fairies but it was all other Very interesting stuff so You have another book in your head that you're studying right now when when the expect that to be up. I don't know. I said i've got one and a half that i have to get finished i to kill the king just came out recently. Though right march twenty first yeah doing well. I hope so i think so. It's starting to. I hope so. I hope we make dinner. We i hope people will check it out Any kind of You know it. It's it's weird like the world has become so quick to just look for things to be angry about and so we get any kind of Flack from Like religious groups or anything about any of the stuff you write about two too far below the radar for that to happen at.
"hawkin" Discussed on MinddogTV Your Mind's Best Friend
"If i'm if i'm in the creative process for sure 'cause i wanna see it and then once i see then you know the trick isn't just oh i see it so i can. You know smell like being tv thing. You have to actually find the right words to describe what you're seeing and you get the if i hear conversations i hear all the dialogue but then i also have to do all the in between stuff a reactions to what people are saying and what they look like so they're not just talking heads. Several I would say that that. Going into that meditative. Space is probably my ritual. If i can. I'll have a glass of wine and and put on some candles. That's one. I started doing that at the beginning of the pandemic with when i'll join the podcast. It's not a good idea Both but for me wine. Just i have a very low tolerance. Get drunk really quick like half a glass of wine and all all of a sudden i'm drunk and all better off on. What will my behavior might go or things that might say. Not a good idea for me. I actually the same way a very cheap talk but you don't want to public on out there. I know we're over the hour. But a couple of things i forgot to ask you about why we were just there about your community. Your audience now You get to know them a little bit. It's your audience necessarily Believers in in magical thinking or are they Escapist or a little bit about you know people are just looking for escape from reality and just a comfortable reading something. That's fun to read or are they people who serious believers or missile. I think probably a mix of both. I mean a lot of the people that are my friends and that i've developed relationships with through the writing are from the sort of same communities that i'm in so They are levers and for instance. The girl young. I should say the young woman who wrote my or did all my covers their covers their tattoos right from characters in the books and i met her at a medium ship The year we were doing medium shipped together. That's how i found out. She was a graphic artist tonight. Approach her and say can you do do some covers so you must be reading my mind. Excuse me for the for the throat thing going on i was gonna ask you about coverage next because you're a independent author and how much you're involved in The process the business process. And how much Really put yourself into that part of it. I think isn't something that most independent authors. And i know we have a lot of those in the audience and People who are interest self publishing It's something that they have to take an interest in how much of i mean. Do you go back and forth Like With your dad suggested to them where to start with it or What you process for creating that cover. Yeah with this. This particular group The it's called the tattoo additions. And so that's a tattoo that's worn by saudi qatar. Who is my main character. it's on the back of her neck and we created that well. Yeah so what happened with that. One is is that yes-men We've been talking. And i said it's in ireland. Maybe it should be shamrock. 'cause we we already knew we were gonna do tattoos and so we it wasn't going anywhere with a shamrock probably cliche and so one day..
"hawkin" Discussed on MinddogTV Your Mind's Best Friend
"People don't understand a lot of people who aren't in the creative vigorous don't understand that riding when both those hats is an exhaustive type of Exercise well that's why. It's amazing that i actually. I actually emailed mickey about a month ago and said hey here you do publicity. What do you think. And he called me the next day and said okay. Let's talk and we dead. And then he signed me the next day. So that was. That's been huge for me. Because that's a big piece of the puzzle that that i need that i've been. I've been putting off for years. Because i am really good at showing up and talking about my books. I am not good at calling somebody and saying hi. I'm an author. Can you have me on. Your show can come and sign books in your store. You know that kind of thing and so this has been really great for me that building some momentum in that way he a great guy and he'll he'll find you lots of Ah avenues to publicize your working and get. Get your name out there now. Speaking of that We're past the half hour mark and they usually at thirty minutes would like to plug your stuff You can get the books. Blue haven press. This is the latest book here. it's called to kill a king a holly stone mystery book right right. yeah So that's that's the cover of the book and you can get at blue haven press dot com. That's all one word of people on the audio side for the people on the visual side scrolling across the bottom link is in the description and all that kind of stuff. now it's the fourth book of the series How do i get this book outta here do that. I liked stirring yard here. The other night for my virtual launch and it was fun but it's interesting sitting there and being in the booth and doing everything yourself. Yes we used to have it. Set up where i had a swift turn somebody else to run it but Covert kinda chain stuff on so Yeah so But the fourth book and now you have a fifth book It's the same series though right. It's it's in my head. Oh i tell you. I thought it was written and came back now. I know this book is the one they're just starting to talk to me about Okay needs and these books are all over. It always is a regular retailers to now you mentioned got it back from your editor and i had to think is of editor an open minded person or a i i would think he or she would have to be Because i would think if somebody was too cynical about some of this stuff She she is shared and she's she's funny so i really really enjoy reading. I get back my word doc. And she writes really interesting things in the margins like has put his pants back on yet. Like that kind of thing. He's she's it's great 'cause you know when you're when you're doing revisions you don't want like heavy stuff all the time so. She cracks me up and and her name styling cook and she's an amazing author herself..
"hawkin" Discussed on MinddogTV Your Mind's Best Friend
"Love me crazy to my face. I don't think there's anything wrong with being crazy. I say that as a compliment. So don't take no not at all we. We have been talking about your your process not physically yet but i think with this is why where i've been leading up to this whole So you say he comes through fully formed in a but through the books necessarily come to you fully formed like you have the story before you sit down to write the or do you start with a blank page and just like channel it or in for put you know madden A channeling you know in the temple. A celli mclean Since the channeling but in the sitting in front of the typewriter as a song it does and just as a radio and basically your fingers are moving on the typewriter and not really thinking about what you're doing anymore. That's that is a really good description that that's probably one of the better ways yeah. Somebody's actually fed it back to a different way than the way i try and explain it but yeah i'm super intuitive and so because i have that kind of connection i do a lot of meditation and i will ask what happens next. That's that's one of my main ways. I go forward. So i don't do any planning. I just sit down and write the whole book. But i might be going to bed that night and say okay. What happens next. And then i go to sleep and subconsciously. Whatever is happening. it's happening in in the morning. I will either dream it. Or i will wake up with with the whole scene in my head and then i sit down and i write what i see because as i said. I'm pretty clairvoyant. And so often. It often comes to kneel outweigh ever any fear in that Methodology of doing things like Because i think the people who need to outline everything put the posted notes up everywhere before they start writing. I think that's that's why they do it..
"hawkin" Discussed on MinddogTV Your Mind's Best Friend
"The link is in the description the to start off with a little soapbox man. It's not so it's just you know Applying with the band this weekend and Have been for quite some time Here in new york to limited Capacity social distancing stuff. And i know it's a political hot potato and i don't want to really get into the politics of it and I respect the whole Trying to Be as safe as we can in every way we can. I hate wearing a mask like everybody else. But if it's gonna make us safer make a anyway what. I don't like the inconsistency of the way social distancing rules are being applied. And you know. I'm fine with it until it becomes personal and this weekend it became personal. I want i want to Explain how i wanna show you a little picture Now you see here in new york state. I'm not sure if you know this there is. You must have plastic in front of the guitar player but not the rest of the band now. Let's get a little personal I guess sciences prove that the guitar players are more likely to infect the crowd or maybe a more likely to be infected. I'm not sure but it seems kind of inconsistent And you know again. When the inconsistency gets personal that's what bothers me Just a little bit anyway So what back out and playing and being inconsistent and As normal and. I hope you come out to see us. The summit will looking forward to a really fun. Summer plan Onto the big show tonight. My guest tonight is wwl hawkin. I'm not sure if. I can call a wendy. I think. I can call a wendy wendy louise hawking but for now. I'm going to introduce her as wwl. Hawkin rights edgy. Urban fantasy with a twist of murder. novels include To trauma killer to sleep with stones to render a raven and her latest to kill a king ladies and gentlemen please will be minds minded helped me walkman wwl hawkin wwl. Can i call you wendy. Welcome we'll sir can up on the screen for you. Welcome wendy thanks for coming in. Thanks for for being a good sport and being here on a sun- sunday night Which is not a normal time for us to have a shell but We try to accommodate mickey from creative edge and get as his authors in as quickly as possible. And i know the counter with booked up so Sunday night was the best night for us at without waiting a couple months. So welcoming thanks for being here So your is..
"hawkin" Discussed on KCRW
"Is it sustainable for them? Can they make a living doing this? Apparently, you know Kevin Hawkin, who I mentioned earlier, who runs side pie in Altadena. He told me this sort of bootleg pizza operation is somehow covering the costs of his coffee shop. Um, so I think people can make it work because their teams are really small. You don't have the overhead costs of rent. Um But I don't think it's ideal. Yeah, seems like a lot of work and there it's usually a one man band doing it. Yeah, And then there's limitations on their expansion, You know? Ideally, they would be selling food a few days a week to really make it financially viable. But home kitchens aren't really equipped for that. You know, a Normal size refrigerator doesn't hold what you need for a restaurant like operation. So so there's all kinds of limitations that might make that growth impossible. So get it while you can. Potential. Thank you so much has been really interesting. Really fun. Thank you. Thank you so much. Visual route is California restaurant critic for the New York Times and Steve, Do you take us Joins me now for a preview of greater lake coming about one o'clock I, Steve Hello, Madeline. We're gonna talk to newly minted Senator Alex Padilla, fresh in Washington, a fresh face, And obviously somebody who sees the drama of polarization going on in this country. No, absolutely. And he got his committee assignments. We're all set to get his committee. Yeah, rules among them and they're gonna talk about the filibuster. Obviously going forward. He's for it. He's for getting rid of the filibuster self. We'll talk to him about that. And other things. The guy from Pacoima goes to Washington coming up on the show. Okay, Stay tuned for that is coming up at one o'clock. Great early. Thank you,.
Boston - Judge Agrees To Allow Cities, Towns More Time To Count Ballots
"And the race to Phil Joe Kennedy's House HED is still too close to call from Tuesday's primary, and now a judge has agreed to a request. From Secretary Galvin Toe let cities and towns in the fourth district have more time to count the ballots. Apparently, they arrived on time Tuesday, but they weren't tallied by the end of the ninth secretary Galvan of what hangs in the balance for Jake Akan Claws and Jesse Mur. Mel Our canvas indicated that Mr Hawkin Klaus based on the numbers that were submitted to us I had a week has a lead of about 1789 ballots, the ballots that we've discovered in the towns of Franklin. Wellesley and the city of Newton come to about 1400 ballots so way calculated, Mr Welcome. Klaus personally has a lead of about 17 89. But we recognize that there's $1400. Olivia to be included the tabulation. So that comes down to roughly doing the math on the fly. There are 300 votes spread as soon as a winner is declared. We will bring that to you. First on double DBC news radio and the I Heart radio APP.
Nanchuan's It's Like a Dream
"Well tonight we're studying the fortieth. Case of the nucleus record nonchalance like dream and I apologize because I think we probably I think At least a couple of you asked about the case number. I think we got the case number wrong. It's case forty. Nine forty four nonchalance dream. Who's the pointer for the case cease and desist? Then an iron tree blooms with flowers. Is there anyone is there? A clever lad loses his prophets. Even though he is free and seven ways up and down and eight ways across he cannot avoid having another another pierce his nostrils. But tell me where is his error to test. I quote this case. So this story that we're about to hear is one of the great stories of all time. And there's a commentary to the Blue Cliff Record Hawkin and ten K. hotlines disciple and when I consulted that commentary. Hukou says there that he studied in past this gone three different times. And even when he starts thinking about it he's he's trembles all over and I think the key to the beauty and importance of this case is right here in the first line of the pointer cease and desist then and iron tree blooms with flowers. Later in the commentary will hear about cutting off your life which is more or less the same as cease and desist and these expressions point to the most radical teaching which is essential zen teaching the part that makes everyone tremble when they even think about zen practice. Because really it's true that in the end our practice is about cutting off our life which is probably not what most of us had in mind when we first took it up cutting off your life. Complete seizing from all outward activity and grasping and going forward and living and seeing that all of that was always impossible and that the only real possibility is to die to all that and be completely willing to disappear into whatever is in front of you or inside of you just dying moment by moment into your life which is the same thing as giving up your life moment by moment and as our pointer says when you do that. Iron tree bursts into bloom flowers spring up everywhere even where there seems to be no soil at all. And if you don't do that eventually you're going to be brought down like the clever lad who loses his prophets in practice really and truly. This is the only way give up. Let go throw away your life. It's over already. There's nothing to do nowhere to go when you have that. Spirit there's beauty and there's love otherwise you're doomed so this is a pretty radical thought. Don't you think and this is what this case is about to? Here's the case as the officer. Lucia John was talking with nonchalant. He said Master of the Teaching Jaw said Heaven Earth and I have the same route myriad things and I are one body. This is quite marvelous. Nonchalant pointed to a flower in the garden. He called to the officer and said people. These days see this flower as a dream. No one thing to realize here at the outset is that officer. Liu Isn't incorrect in his practice or understanding officer Liu has beautiful understanding and he really appreciates and really sees the Dharma so maybe we could say this is the Buddhist part of the story and the officer is a beautiful Buddhist. He really has faith. In intelligence he really sees and practices. The Dharma wholeheartedly and the Dharma is great. It's inspiring and uplifting to know as the officer knows that we all things are radically interconnected one body but then comes as an part nonchalant says to him. Come over here. Look at this flower. Can you see it? Can you really see it people? These days can't see this flower. They see it as if in a dream. So there's an part is the part that will ever let anything stand that insists on realism on honoring the constant this integration of the truth not not understanding and not not having faith in Darva but not only that also immediately right now and all actions of body speech and mind in perception in thought and sensation in intention just being there just willing to accept all conditions just dying just melting away all the time making the Buddha's awakening real and concrete in your living.
Chef Iliana de la Vega discusses authentic Oaxacan cuisine
"Chatting with chef. Ileana de la Vega about authentic hocken. Cuisine Ileana welcome to milk street. Thank you very much for having me here. Let me just start by saying of Ben to Your Restaurant in Toronto in Austin a couple times in the last two years and it was the best Hawkin food of had including in. Walk US terrific so you lived in Mexico City remarried there. You move to to start Eldorado restaurant but but you had trouble being accepted in some way. So explain that to me. Yeah what happened? I mean as you mentioned I was born in Mexico City and eventually ninety four actually moved to a hacker. We opened the restaurant until ninety seven. And Yeah my mom is what was Oaxacan but because I was in born in Oaxaca was not supposed to be cooking blog on food. I mean I guess that things have changed you know hook us a little bit more open now than it was there but You know for them. I wasn't outsider. So you had the restaurant there and then in two thousand six you left so what happened between ninety seven and two thousand six in terms of your restaurant and the politics and everything in the region. Well we were very successful restaurant. Join despite of like many were huggins. Consider me that it was an tighter and then on two thousand six there was turmoil in Oaxaca social unrest and so we had you know the economy collapsed in. We had to close a restaurant. And then I bet charlie we moved to Texas Allston. Imprecise you and I spoke a while back about what is moulay and your definition of it was totally different than what I thought. So could you just break it down for me? I mean you said there were three basic components to moulay. Maybe you could just take us through the concept right. They are like three groups of ingredients to make malate so one will be vegetables and by vegetables. How you also mean chillers. Okay so tomatoes tomatoes onions and garlic and such and then we have spices. So let's say black pepper cumin Cinnamon sugar sold chocolate. And then the third one very important one for these are the figures could be bread or it could be muscle for making tortillas and also not like almonds so there are the three of you take a little bit of each in each one of those categories you will make a molly molly. Negro is very complex. But I I gather that some Malays actually are much simpler than that rhyming. Talk to us about a simple mobile. Yeah okay like let's say like me. For example I think is the simplest one. You'll take a you know. Fresh Materials Green Sheila's Serrano's Jalapenos. Or one of those onion garlic and put it in the blender and then you fried mixture and then you add some herbs fresh herbs so I do up Ohio Santa Parsley and episode. That's my traditional one. And then you have the thickener. Which is the muscle that you dilute. I in a little bit of water and you added so those are the basic ingredients and you can make that. Molay in twenty minutes rather than the. Mola negative that he takes three days. I want you to describe because I've had your Molin Agro and it was divine if you taste a really well made Molin agro. Ideally what should it be like? What is important when you make him? Only non one of those stents out not on one of those flavors. So you will they said. Oh it is a little cinnamon and then the next. We'll give you a little bit of cumin for example or the next bite will give you a little bit of chocolate so each You know spoonful that you take the molly will give you a different note Let's let's talk about some common things in Oaxaca. The Mole Yetay Which I had for breakfast WanNa talk about how that's made. And maybe the tradition of that dish. Well then we get something simple that you will find all over Mexico. Norling OAXACA somewhat yet is believe traditionally like by a piece of bread like a kind of a French bread and then put a little bit of a border in it then beans and then some cheese will melt and then you put it on there. They'll win or something to get kind of. Nice melting and cross the cheese. And then you make Salsa Makina which is like Salsa Pico they get your tomatoes onion Sheila Bair the Serrano or Jalapeno see land throw and a little bit of lime juice in they knew. Serve it with it on the site. It was a terrific practice they also a Santa which is Pork Lard. Is that often used as a primary layer for lots of tacos enchiladas? Is that something that's common ingredient there. Okay largest one thing like Hitler this when you have a big piece of pork and then you take out the fat than you cook. It is slowly. And then you're renders fat right so that is large and then ASEAN thought when you're making teacher on the skin and you're buying it in large then at the bottom you will some pieces and beats over. You know the fat told and that's why it's colored it has it has color to the. You're not open a Tortilla. Like freshly made handmade of course and then you put a little bit of a layer of that and then you eat it with your meal Let's talk about the Tortilla for second in Oaxaca. According to a tee I guess in northern Mexico it's a wheat Tortilla but the tortillas in Oaxaca almost could pass for a week Tortilla. They're very fine. They're very tender. They're nothing like would you get here? So is that because you use different kinds of corn is the process differ. Why are they so much better a little bit of favorite thing? I is the the taste that they still do. Heirloom Cornyn in Mexico. Roy is one so sometimes. You taste the TORTILLAS here in United States. Then they're like sweet so that is wrong. Sorry that is like super wrong so that was one of the things that when we moved to the states and I began to as a Dorothy. Yes here like no by no means. I will be able to serve this in their restaurant every neighbor so you know thank God. We found now corn from Mexico many times from Oaxaca directly and so we proceeded in house and then we grind it. What would you like to tell me about the way you cook that? I don't understand. Well I guess you think that I have problem whether you notice plane. The people You know one is Mexican. Food is not necessarily too spicy. I mean depends on the taste of the taste. Parts of the person but general is just about the flavors The other one is it. People that have had through the years coming to restaurant. Said like this is not Mexican food. I mean for years. We didn't have a flour tortillas in the restaurant in is like oh no but this is not a not as well. How can I explain you? You know that the corner two years is the basic you know and it is your of the also very delicate flavors so those things I think is the what I would like people to understand better about Mexican Food