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"helen zaltzman" Discussed on Home Cooking

Home Cooking

08:01 min | 6 months ago

"helen zaltzman" Discussed on Home Cooking

"Come out. Flat helped me please. It sounds like you have taken a lot of the good precautions that i would have recommended so it sounds like possibly your ovens not at the right temperature when the cookies are going in. And they're spending a lot of time like spreading in the oven rather than going immediately and rising you know. And so maybe you're ovens not properly preheated or navy. You need to get an oven thermometer or have your oven calibrated. That's one thing. I would suggest another thing is when. I made the tangy lemon icebox cookies. They spread a ton. They're super spreaders. And i wondered that terror. Let's what kinds of cookies i went back. And i really looked very closely at the recipe. And i realized it's just a very very buttery recipe. Exact really high butter recipe and so those kinds of cookies just spread a lot. Yeah this is relevant to talk in that it's also about ratios if she's chilling that much which normally where the fat firms up and let's see the cookie hold its shape better. I think it's probably just that there's not enough flour for how much butter she's got in there. Yes i definitely think that's correct. I think flour. But i'm not saying you need to tweak your recipe. I'm just saying that is a spreadable recipe. Okay and our final cookie question. I might have saved my favorite for the end. This comes from mega. So here's what the situation is. I want to make the cookie cookie cookie. So you do. Is you take and bake chocolate chip cookie. Amazing easy you take. You chop it up. And then that's a mix in for a new chocolate chip cookie dough so you have chaka chips and the prebaked cookie in one and then that's the deal with delicious and so then there's a second though. That is a sugar cookie dough and then that is going to get wrapped in the chocolate chip cookie cookie dough so it's three cookies in one right so the situation dealing with is that the internal cookie is bleeding into the external cookie and my goals for this cookie creation. It's two distinct cookies one at the external the surface and then one internally for a lovely little surprise but it's just leading into each other. It's kind of getting a middle. I've tried like freezing it. I've tried rolling the sugar cooking in flower. And i'm really having issue. So if you have any ideas and how to help me create this frankenstein cookie cookie cookie monster creation. Please help me think you. How great is this okay. First of all meghan. I really salute your cookie cookie cookie and just richie's face is lighting up. I just love it. It's a duck in but it's made of cookies but her cookie cookie od. Okay the only reason. I sort of have an idea about how this could possibly work and i'm not saying that it's going to turn out. Well i'm just saying. I think it'll turn out better than how things are currently and it comes from early days of like buzzfeed where you would see these strange like hybrid foods on the internet. I'll be like oh so. I saw a chocolate chip cookie that you bit into. It revealed an oreo. And so i was like i have to make us have to make this. This is a work of art but the key is that center. Cookie was already baked. Yeah and i think that's what the problem is is that you're trying to put a raw dough inside of another rod dough your sugar cookie. At least par bake it right. No i think you've got all the way bake all the way bacon okay. I think you've gotta make then you enrolled it in your inner chocolate chip cookie chocolate chip cookies. Chocolate chip cookie dough. Chocolate chip. Cookie chip dough. Yes by the way. I think if megan just stopped there at the first two parts of the cookie. Oh my god that would be so great. The idea of using chocolate chip cookie as a mix in is already. I'm already sold. I can't wait to see a picture of okay. Here's the update from the future. There's an update from the future. I was in the middle of editing. This episode and i got something in the mail. We i regret a video descended to sa- mean and i'm just gonna play it right here. Will you'll play the audio just opened the door and found something at my doorstep as me trying to do angel voice you know like because i opened the door and there is a kitchenaid stand mixer there. Can you believe it. No what did you do earlier in this episode when you say. Are you just talking about this so he can get a free ten mixer and i said i guess kind of is that what started this for you think so. I think that planted a little seed was so nice of you. It was incredible. I can't believe that you pull that off. It was very fun it was. I felt very santa ish help from a lot of elves including kitchenaid. Who immediately said yes. So that's amazing. Thank you to everybody. Also wait hold on one second. Did you know that. Samir nas rat is an anagram for minor. Santa's oh my god. No but i do know my name backwards carson. Nemo's what's your name backroads unpronounceable well. I mean that's the game. I'm not going chaining myself to the dust. But that's a wrap on our four part series. I have to say. I'm really sad. I know but you're going to work on your book and you're gonna make all kinds of cool things and i'm excited to see what you do with all the extra time that you have now that i'm not bothering you. I mean do you promise you're not gonna bother me. I could but you know. I keep that. We're so grateful to margaret miller. Zack mcneese scary. Lee and casey deal for their help with this podcast. We couldn't have made it without them. And of course to mamie ryan gold. Who made a wonderful artwork and we're proud member of radio. Topa a collective of independent podcasts. You can learn more about all. The radio. Tovia shows at radio tokyo dot. Fm and remember our website is home cooking dot show where you can find recipes and transcripts for all of our episodes. And if you can't remember that but you can remember. Shrimp jenga dot com also. Works fall can stay in touch. You can follow on twitter and instagram patricia. Airway and his bat chow. Sabine stay healthy. Eat well and take care of each other and have happy holidays and a happy new year and all the best for a much better twenty twenty one knock on wood. Until then i'm sa- mean and i'm richie and will be home cooking and we'll be home cookies and we'll be home cooking. We will be home. He's cooking mall.

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"helen zaltzman" Discussed on Conversations

Conversations

11:30 min | 2 years ago

"helen zaltzman" Discussed on Conversations

"Language, is this language you've talked about cold Turkey, Puna Turkey. What is that? So take as language invented about two thousand and two by Sonja Lang, who was at the time a linguistics student, and I think a lot of linguistics students get interested in constructing languages, but for her she was approaching it Moore's of philosophical exercise. So there's a number of intense that people have when they're inventing languages. So do you want it to be a natural language or an artificial language? You want it to be functional language that could be a universal language like Esperanto was invented, in that respect, you want it to be like pre existing languages. But I knew is better and for her. She wanted a minimalist language. She wanted as few components as you could get away with. She said, I think partly just for the interest. See if it could be done, and partly, she said to quantum her thoughts, and she found that when she was using it just everything was so streamlined that it was really quite serene often you find yourself. I she sitting in silence a lot more and it has one hundred twenty three words and so this things you can't really say, you can combine the words so that if you were saying Bank, you would say money house, so you can make compounds like that. But those only five words for colors, and the only the only numbers one two in many. So if you had say three siblings, you would just have to say many siblings or one plus two, and I think after because you're not being precise. Oh ever. But also, you would have to have a fair understanding about the person who is using Turkey Ponant at you in okayed. Well, there's no set way to combine these things to say things. What is what are they likely trying to say with these components? So I tried to learn it with a friend of mine, who he loves learning the beginnings of languages, who saying the first thing you learn languages. Excuse me. Do you speak English? And so he can say in about twelve different languages. How to say I love you so much, it hurts in about fond different languages, smooth scoundrel. Yeah. Yeah. And I guess you follow up. Short-lived romance into she stood on the room point. It's probably going to be okay after that. Right. It's a non. Verbal communication. What's the point of having such a constraint language? What did the inventors? Pokey tonners, take you beg. Your pardon wants to achieve by having such a constrained, language. I think I think she thinks we studying at the time. So she thought will this is just a product and I want to see if I can make something that functions and just how few functions you can boil down a language to you, and she found, there was one hundred twenty three words and, and then she kind of forgot about it, and then she found the several years later at this lively existence online, where people will using it and communicating with each other in it. And so it never quite goes way for her. Even though is this product essentially, that she did have an effect on your state of mind when you use such language, really messed me up. Trying to learn it and I couldn't get it tool. And I think trying to communicate with such limited tools at my disposal. Didn't quite in my thoughts down made me very frustrated that I couldn't express myself, and as soon as I couldn't make quips or jokes. I just thought, what am I? Respond quickly to someone who said, I'm nothing anymore. And I thought, wow, you're just you'll know real very well rounded the theory that if you don't have that many would your mind would quieten down is that the? Minds that a shield against what depression or something, I think that was part of it. Yes. And I found that very interesting never occurred. Maybe it wouldn't work for everybody. But I think maybe for other people it is like a meditation excise where you just concentrating on fewer elements and she said ultimately it's, it's about silence. And that is what I found so incompetent that it was necessarily about silence. So what been Texas place facial expressions signals crying. Hangar. Right. Getting that peace of mind on that. Do you think might languages different languages, affect the state of one state of mind differently to be cliche about, do you think if you flip the speaking German, it makes you more serious, and maybe using French might give you more divisive? I would love to know I've never been competent enough in other languages, I used to speak Italian quite well. But the defect the way you walk when you did you use hand gestures or not, I suppose I felt less humorous. But that might not have been the full of Italian. Not might have been just wasn't sufficient in it to be humorous. And I do wonder, though, because with French, I feel that you have to bit more precise with the word arrangements English is so flexible, so you can rearrange a sentence for maximum impact, and maximum human. I think French you can't necessarily do that. So does that mean they favored different kinds of humor to what we favor in in? In English and other languages where you come pun, and therefore, you know, those jokes, don't exist. I be fine with that. I'm not. I have a bit of fringe, I speak at better than high school, but not fluently. And so, I have to think it doesn't come apart from bits and pieces. Not much of it is front of mind. I enjoy it. When I when I'm able to speak it in French situation. I enjoy that. I wonder if that's because you get to be different person. Yes. Another language you're playing French, Richard. I am. Maybe, maybe that's what it is. You can be not yourself from yourself until you're fluent, then yet you are sore stepping out of your own brain a bit. I spoke about of Russian as well when I was at school. I studied that in that I found a physically much more taxing language than English, and particularly Italian Italian really rolls off the tongue. But Russian you really feel your muscles working with some of those words. And again, like, what character does that confer does that is there melancholy in a lot of famous Russian literature because of the language or is that just coincidence? That was the literature that was favored can is it causing the fact that kind of thing, do you have you since you've been in the strata? Have you noticed interesting ticks in the west ridings use English? I'm a huge fan of Australian calming. Say so it's very it's very creative, and it's very jaunty. You have the richest lying in the world's. Yeah. Congratulations. Have you have you noticed the year now syndrome like this? Strains will say yada. Good, all good or not yet, either now that I wonder what kind of cognitive dissonance in his bond that the always it just you're buying time to formulate, an opinion. There are a lot of words. And I've noticed myself doing something not dissimilar to Yan. No way you think well just said a negative but didn't mean a negative the words on the surface not doing the same job as the expression you're actually doing last time. You came to a straight you, you were rendered mute. You lost your voice to me. Well, I. I got ill. I got tons, like this, that went a bit out of hand and I go, what What is. is that? Tonsilitis very retinoids tonsillitis, Nick created an infection my neck, which filled my neck with pass, which is bad, because it can either poison your blood or block, your Airways, both of which things are going to kill insider, Nikki meal, or SAFA. Gets in your windpipe. There's a lot of empty space. There's a cavity in your neck. Yeah. And it's just sitting around until such time as you want to fill it with us probably won't happen. Because parents, very uncommon condition in the over fives. The doctors on never seen this before how intrigue that integrity, does he was great. It was strongly recommend if you're gonna get retro fringe lapsus us anywhere. Get it in Hobart. They do wonderful job. But it did mean I had to be in intensive care for world with the breathing tube. In case the abscess closed my airway, so I was silent and in intensive care. Usually, the patients aren't conscious. I felt very strange. Because I couldn't speak, they gave me a whiteboard, and a pen, initially to write with. Oh, great. I can write stuff and instead my hand, just this big messy circle. So instead, I was just writing text on my phone to communicate with the nurses, and my husband, who is visiting except autocorrect was just filling the tax with absolute just garbage just reams of garbage too drugged up to delete. So it'd be like garbage garbage garbage garbage paracetamol garbage garbage, garbage garbage neck and one word in twenty might be comprehensible. But the nurses say we've never had such a funny patient. But I think it's standards are pretty lurks. These people are not conscious but yeah, it was very interesting. Feeling that kind of redundant, because my bodily functions were taken care of by medical machinery, and I couldn't speak, and I thought, wow, is that I am really just dealing with my bodily functions and speaking without that I'm just furniture. Lafayette about it, but it mustn't since it was horrible distressing and killed you by the kill me. It wasn't a horrible or distressing. But I think. Maybe heavily Medicated. I felt quite bliss, don't it was very interesting experience certainty learning how to be hopeless again. Yes. Since you've been a baby wasn't huge fan of it, being helpless. Yeah, it was interesting just having no choice but to sit and be ill in a way that's kind of a relief, not having choices. But there's got to be a better way. I think maybe the sweat, toki Ponant comes in trial. Earning Turkey, owner Roden getting a potentially life, ending abscess, if you want to your life of it. Being deprived of speech like that, and being helpless, I suppose, I suppose, maybe when you're like that you feel you realize oppose that language is, is kind of like some clothes, we cover Astles languages is something we dress themselves in to give us a bit of dignity, and conceal our intimacy shelves from the rest of the world. What do you think of that I suppose, it's both concealing and representing your enemies self because you're not making default choices with either they might feel like default choices, but you are making active choices in how you how you deploy garments and words and. Yeah. I think you're onto something that and. When that's removed. I mean it wasn't remained for very long. I was only had the cheap in for a few days and then after that my throat was quite wrecked. So then it was worried about not being able to work anymore because my voice was uncontrollable, in fact, for several months, it was a mess, but that was more my fear. But of Doron us aside, you know, you can deal with it people deal with a lot worse things..

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"helen zaltzman" Discussed on Conversations

Conversations

12:34 min | 2 years ago

"helen zaltzman" Discussed on Conversations

"Things people advising you to study when you're listening to music because it I can't remember how how exactly words. But there's something with the brain wiring that when, when you have this auditory stimulation in music, it helps you remember the words that your reading trying to memorize and I know ASA find that as well when I'm listening to something in walking around. I remember where I was, I was listening to you, because those together, but if I'm just sitting in bed listening to podcasts, I am not going to remember, the costal, the place nearly as much the names Augmon is Jewish. Yes. What part of the part of the world, the your family come from? My grandfather was in Lithuania. Apparently the details into quite fuzzy because I didn't know him he died when I was one he wasn't that fluent in English. And also my family just didn't talk about things, and I think that might be quite common as well with them, quite least in European Jews is just if you were alive. It was too painful to look back in just better to have no past and look forward to this kind of fragmentation explained to g ranch older. But also, I think it was just a less emotionally. Reflective time. So, my grandfather was in Lithuania. And then in the early twentieth century. And then he went AWOL from the Lithuanian army and walked to Hamburg. Apparently and ended up on a ship. And from there ended up in South Africa, he worked in like a local shop, and then eventually owned the local shop, and then boom farms, and Sasa my dad grew up on farms in the middle of nowhere in South Africa, far as we know the name was Oltman, but. He wasn't a reliable reporter. We don't even know necessarily that his birthday was his real birthday because allegedly it was Christmas day, but apparently, a lot of immigrants that didn't speak English have the birthday of Christmas day. Because when they arrive at a place that is the date that they know how to say in English. Did you win the family moved to critic to the UK? Did you grow up with Jewish traditions in the home little bit, my dad from his mid teens, he knew that he was an atheist and yet his family, still expect him to become a rabbi? There was always quite a tension between him and his family, then when he moved to Britain, he was he announced to them over the phone that he was going to marry a non Jew, and his parents threatened to end their lives. And yes, yes, they threatened to defenestrate themselves off, or just ex communicate. But. What he was only sons. I think they knew that they didn't want to completely lose him. So he spent most of his life rebelling against them, because he had the licensed Geeta knowing the kind of get away with anything. Siro point onto my. But my mother's an amazing woman, and she's very conciliatory, and she didn't want to be this schism. So I think so she agreed to convert to Judaism tomorrow, my dad, they had a Jewish wedding but really to a piece his parents, not for any spirit to reason, and then my brothers were bombing verd- again to appease, the grandparents, but I was a mistake baby. So I didn't have to do anything for the appeasement, because they already they do fulfill the conditions the appeasement before I was born. But I grew up with. We did the Friday night stuff when we did pass over to keep one hundred until both my brothers have been three bomb. It's as my parents like, right? We only do this stuff when your grandmother is staying for few weeks. Each year is really just just for showed for her. So it was a very weird. It's very rare relationship. I have with Judaism, because they weren't any other Jews in the town, I grew up in those no Jewish community and then over juicer had contact with with South African Jews. And then in recent years, I've spent a bit more time with American jeez. And I went to pass over ceremony there. Oh, this is fun. I didn't realize it was supposed to be fun. I didn't realize the supposed to be singing a Ever sewn song. version of it. They had plagued finger puppets. It was very festive. So the revelation. So what was your apart from this, because what was your idea of fun as a kid in? We wordy reading. I was. Yeah. Oh my gosh. Yeah. The era weapon readings bound for you. If you read too much, imagine now, most parents. Yeah. Bad Bad for you. for you spent too much time. I it was allowed to read, but they will let you are not allowed to rebuild this time of day, and not Whereas wouldn't wouldn't care. parents be please if their children's heads was stuck in a book, then going online and doing stuff? There's always some kind of fear isn't it interact with the world? So instead, you would you should have been out and about running about. Outdoorsy childhood as well. We had dogs two dogs walks in the woods gonna stuff. Yeah. I think I was just waiting it out until I could become an adult. I think that was my idea refund is child with just anticipating the future. So you studied languages, then as, as an adult when I went to university studied, old and middle English, so basically English up until fourteen hundred partly because I was very interested in it and partly because there's less to read it out to come up with any interesting observations, about Shakespeare, which is pretty hard to do. I think things that other people haven't said and because not that many people were doing the course that I was doing meant that. I had a lot of time to do other things and actually doing other things at university was more valuable than doing the things you're supposed to be there for studying. How foreign is medieval in English and the people who are telling these stories in that language. Do you recognize them? As being just like us or quite different. Think you can you can definitely see the connection. There's a lot of humor in it as a lot of word play a lot of work play. Medieval English is I think it's fairly easy to understand. If you can hear it in your head, then you can see even though it spelt a bit different resembles modern English and a lot of it is written to be performed. So it's got quite rhythmic and quite musical quality, but a lot of is very dirty jokes, and in Anglo Saxon, as well which is bit more dramatic and harder to get into, but a lot of that was riddles where the answer is always genitals on in. Is it a key now? It's always, it's always genitals. Dick and balls at the end of the of the poem. It's kinda surprising have body and reviewed English literature is. Yeah. And yet, so reassuring, isn't it that people this sense of humor, tha that my site, fat jokes, body jokes? So either that religious perjury, but it was something quite direct about it at the time, which I enjoyed the metaphysics were very huge and not to Florida and I really liked that you interviewed for your podcast. The man who invented the Dauth Recci language in game of thrones. Hell, complete is that language is very interesting because it's it's a fully functional language. And there's only about three thousand words of it because I haven't really watched game stories by gathered adult rocky, don't actually have that more screen time, but he came up with, like a full full grammatical system for a full history of it. And I said, well, how fall back did you go in the history about thousand years after that it gets a bit fuzzy? Really, there's no written sources for your, your constructed language for more than thousand years ago. But there's so much detail in it like dos. Rocky doesn't have words for toilet because they didn't have toilets and it doesn't have word for book, and it's not a written language. And so then the problem was he said, there's a word that really bothers him which is which is Queen. Yeah, it's a major character in game of thrones the Khalidi. And he said, the problem is that going to summarize because this. Was a very complex problem that didn't fully understand his several minutes explanation of it can only be pronounced Khalidi, if you've seen it, but that wasn't written language. They couldn't have seen it. And you can't pronounce it the way that it spelt unless you have looked at it, but they couldn't have looked at it sounds very complex. How do you build them? How does anyone build a language from the ground up? Well, I found it really fascinating. I read his book beforehand school David J Peterson, he's invented about fifty languages now. He also invented high Valerian and low Valerian for game of thrones. So for those, it was inventing languages that come from a common root, so let you can see similarities between English and French and entirely in German because they come from similar family but finished comes from a different one. So he's okay. These. These the same parent, but they've taken different routes. And these are the imperfections is encoded plausible imperfections into the exotic languages behave. Really? Yeah, but eating resistant Asian straight lines like a perfect grandma and, and, and absolute consistency. Yes, absolutely. Because his, his taste is for constructing natural languages and natural languages are a mess. They're not. They're not perfect tools. They said it'd be highly unnatural to trying create a perfect language, but he's considered every molecule of language in heart relates all the other ones, and reading his book, I realized things about language. I'd never even thought about before about all the different little bits of words, and how they work, so his figured out all of that. And then if there's a writing system, what materials, they would have had? 'cause if you're writing with a stick in the mud, that's different writing with ballpoint pen nine and yeah. And it's amazing to me. The detail and then all the ideas is synchronous, because we have a lot of idioms in English, so idioms would have had and what words would they have imported from other languages if that was a thing? So there was an immense amount of detail in it. I didn't think I could because it seems like a lot of Admiral to me to make up a language, but it was fascinating. See what goes into our everyday people now learning to speak Dauth, rocky all hive Leary and all over the. Yeah. Well, you can because they work cling on, I think he was a bump set. The not as many people have learned authroity as they did cling on. But he said, I think is game of thrones. An older audience in Klingon was very popular with kids who suddenly got the desire to learn a foreign language from watching Star Trek route in having to learn French school, or something, the first few series of Star Trek Klingon wasn't a co defied language. It was just the actors kind of boxing it and, and making this Jeep brush. And then after the showed been going while they thought can we better actually get someone on this? They hide linguist, Mark accra-new, then had to kind of reverse engineer it, so that will the gibberish, the actors it said in the past was not contradicted by what came ahead because people were. You know, studying everything was in the show, and I think they've pizza in decades later doing game of thrones was conscious that people might study this, so he wanted it all to work and also for the actors to be able to say it plausibly is much more difficult for them. If it's just I'll make up something. And then you think blah, blah, blah it doesn't sound good does. Now you've done the conviction behind, right, exactly. The rocky, you know, a on the Huns from lead into, and so they so the riders who live in Grassi, plein, so suppose that language us to reflect their world and what's in it. And what is not in it? Yes, exactly. And he said that the women in guidelines when he was applying for the job. I think before the show is out. They put out a call for language constructors to apply and. They weren't many criteria think he decided that he wanted to make it consistent with the doth rocky. That was in the books..

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"helen zaltzman" Discussed on Dear Hank & John

Dear Hank & John

03:50 min | 2 years ago

"helen zaltzman" Discussed on Dear Hank & John

"What have you night anyone's thinking this attest folks, didn't literally drink coffee up coffee break. So he's disobedient and must be stoked. Basically, I have excuses ready to go pretty much any situation. So I'd say with this. You could tell people you'll giving up caffeine. Bring your own drink in reusable flow school will buckle. So if you wanna drink milk, you kinda known would know I would say when I went to college. There was a fault. Bigger problem beverage, would I did not was that. I was not interested in drinking alcohol, which is legal in Britain from the age of eighteen so in college everyone's at it. But because I was indifferent. I was regarded with great suspicion and. And also just made a little social occasions. Very boring Bing will pass interim of drunk people. So I just don't going to quote, a lotta things, but. But what I would say is that right now the question all skiing is whether you should conform by doing something. You don't wanna do? This question is not going to be just relevant to Kofi. This is just the beginning of that question in your life. Oh, I think probably it is the continuation of that question even at seventeen there. I assume that there have been a number of -tunities to do something to conform or to do the thing that feels right? You'll correct. I think that I would avoid hot chocolate myself. Like, I think that somebody might make like have an opinion about somebody who got hot chocolate at a coffee break. And maybe so there's two there's two opinions if somebody could have won they could be like, oh, come on grow up dirt or two. They could be like. Wow. That is a person who does it who doesn't mind doing something a little bit different. And so you're sort of rolling the dice on like the neutral route and be like, yes, I will also get a coffee even though I'm going to have to put. Out of sugar and milk in it until it basically tastes like hot chocolate. Anyway, or you could be like, look, I I'm going to people are going to be thinking something about this decision. And in general, we like in all circumstances. We try to do the thing that people aren't going to think about like, we do that all day every day where we we're we're sort of making the default choice because otherwise we have to deal with it. And I think it's great to sometimes not do that. And especially if it's allowing us to be a little bit more true to ourselves also hot chocolate is delicious. I have a friend who doesn't drink any drinks doesn't like them in the nightmare. Hayes on through life. I often we'll get to get the iced coffee. They have so many choices. Now, there's so many things that are available green juice, even Gus station. It wasn't a gas station the other day, and there was a section in the refrigerator that said healthy choice, and there was banana milk, and I looked at the banana milk, and it had like thirty six grams of sugar in it. I was like what's happening. Well world this. I it's an America that worlds. You can use the word healthy without having to back it up with the reality. We're not good at. We're not good at this you too. It's true. It's true. We're trying to live our lives in the best way. We know how which is sweetened. And undock domestically of we've got a one response that comes from China who says to the brothers green. There's a fabulous device that is like a mesh screen door where the two sides come together with magnets it easily opens as you walk through and then automatically closes behind you with the magnet closure. It's very inexpensive in the.

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"helen zaltzman" Discussed on Dear Hank & John

Dear Hank & John

04:31 min | 2 years ago

"helen zaltzman" Discussed on Dear Hank & John

"And throw them into a Corey size. I wanted to mention as part of this this period of Elliott's question about being right about stuff that in the last episode of this podcast. I believe I said that the atomic number of nitrogen was six it is seven. I'm not I'm not sure anybody took that one and started like shouting at around to people. But if you did go apologize and make a correction and say that it was hankering faults. It's too late. Now, it's too late for some people to for all the people who listened to that not this one. And I really do deeply apologize that that is the definition of nitrogen seven protons. Well, that's so bring stuff are. I got another question is it important one. That is a little bit sad. It's from Amanda who asks steer, Hank. And Helen my family considers the squirrels who live in our backyard to be like our outdoor pets. We have names for them. And we pretend that we can tell them apart. I actually have met people who can tell the squirrels in their yard apart, which I find to be remarkable. And I don't know if I trust them, but they really seem like they can do it. Anyway, I was recently driving through a nearby neighborhood. And accidents hit a squirrel with my car. I felt very bad. But to be fair the squirrel made several poor life choices at the end there. And by alternative with swerving impossibly hitting another literally. Brooklyn, the squirrel program. Yeah. You've solved it. Wow. Yeah. They do sometimes make several poor life choices at the end of there. But then I wondered did my squirrels. No this. We're all gonna meet so much trouble. If they did was it a cousin a childhood friend. How far does the squirrel social sphere extend? Maybe it was one of my squirrels on vacation, please help Exo Exo gossip, squirrel. Well, if you observing these squirrel, so classy, maybe you'll be able to see if they enter into a period of moaning, right? What is the morning, squirrel? Look like Helen like a black, squirrel. Let to run to. They're all very sad. There is that what you're saying. Very goethe. Could be that as well. Yeah. Or if there's just a period of dourness, you know, they're leaving like piles of acorns untouched sort of a symbolic gesture. I guess. Square will Shifa happening. Yeah. Exactly. I I my guess is that a squirrels social sphere is pretty localized though. Like, you'd think I would imagine that it's like a number of overlapping circles. So like different squirrel groups probably overlap, and there's probably a group like there's some overlap that leads all the way out to that squirrel that you got accidentally. And I do wonder like this relationship that we have with squirrels this like very week. We've created an environment. That's kind of perfect for them in the city good food options. Like, we like to plant nut bearing trees that are great habitat for them. We keep all of their predators away because it's harder to be a Coyote in the FOX in the city now. And and we don't actually study them very much in the way that we might study an animal in a natural ecosystem, which I think maybe we should do more of I want to understand a lot more about squirrels. And how they work how like a new, squirrel. I keep trying thinking of the word harvest. But I mean, I guess they're littering like they knew. The new like the new the new newbies. The new ones. Like, how many of them stay in the same place? Do they travel? Do they do they go? Like, do they go on like walkabouts and try and find other squirrel groups to become a member of how many of them survive at all? What are the leading causes of squirrel fatality is a lot of starving. Or is it mostly cars? Yeah. Maybe Mike is not so much irresponsible. Holding for winter. Right. Yeah. Just yeah. Not not preparing. I imagine..

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"helen zaltzman" Discussed on Dear Hank & John

Dear Hank & John

03:23 min | 2 years ago

"helen zaltzman" Discussed on Dear Hank & John

"I'm glad that we entered this one. So well heaven, I feel duty has been done. Can we can you answer? A question for me. That is about words. Jamie says did hunk Talon why honeymoons cooled honeymoons they have nothing to do with Honey all the moon. So I assume that we we are honeys Mike, I call Katherine hunting sometimes. So there's that. And then there's you know, it's like going to the moon all alone with this the two of you, right? There's no one else in the whole world. There's no gravity floating around honeystone about Severi sweet romantic explanation. It's very very sexy to the moon. I don't know. From from what I from what I've heard from astronauts, the moon is pretty abrasive. I guess it hasn't been of moon based romance. So fall in the history of humanity. Non hilly, no of though, they did go in two person teams. So there's only two people who on each of those missions know, what actually happened down there. But I suppose if you're wearing those all encasing space suits, and if you try to anybody. That's that's what you're on the surface. When you're in the capsule, you're still on the moon, and then they took the clothes off, and they have sleep bags and all the best fun gets had in sleeping bags. That's Ostra note business. These is a little less. Interesting thing Jamie might have hoped Honey is to represent the marriages sweetness because it's new and then the moon is probably saying about sweetness will only lost one Luna month. Who maybe even just until way? Okay. Okay. When did this become like an broad usage sometime recently? No. I think it's I think it's about five hundred years old. But then okay, I'm just I'm just wondering how long has the concept of marrying for love being around feels like a more recent concepts. And maybe this is a quite optimistic thing to to give marriage. Joy O'Neill to twenty eight days. So it's just yes, it's the sweetness of the first of the first lunar cycle. Yeah. Is the honeymoon makes a lot of sense. And I do actually quite interesting don't show yourself straight. There's so many interesting things that you've come across all the time. And so so all of this all of this. What's it called etymological stuff? Probably all see like all the all the boring explanations. That are boring to you are exciting to all of us lay. People I found something I did think was exciting, which because of languages they just have a similar expression to honeymoon but Jimin its tinsel week. Germany it only lasts a week, but it's so shiny wallet. It looks very I guess like I think of and I think of trash like this is bad trash that. I have to clean up that that makes it more difficult to recycle my Christmas. Tree. Right. Well, I suppose they're not feeding into my audio probation that marriage wasn't supposed to be enjoyable until recently. It's.

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"helen zaltzman" Discussed on Ologies

Ologies

04:15 min | 2 years ago

"helen zaltzman" Discussed on Ologies

"Now this word emerged in the nineteen thirties Etymologists thing from showbiz slang. But for me possess will forever be tied to the Mexican pizza at Taco Bell, which was first introduced decades ago as yes a possess pizza. Struck by the never before boost. I will always remember my mom having to hang her head out the car window and scream into the order box. Pizza when they changed the name to Mexican pizza. I I something inside me died. I I've been sad about it. For decades. I mourned, okay. Also, Helen studied English at Oxford, so word, origins, language, etc. And then she says she didn't really do anything with that for about another twelve years when she started the illusionist, but on answering me this. They got a lot of word origin questions throughout the year. So she was always kind of flexing that proverbial muscle all along. Did you know when you were studying when you were getting your degree that you wanted to go into historic language? Did you know that at Amal g may be something you wanted to do? It just didn't seem like a plausible thing to do. But also, I'm very powder thinking ahead. So I wasn't really thinking much beyond it when I was this lows. I just want to get to university because it felt like freedom. And then when I was there, I was just very much enjoying being there because it was like freedom, and those you just still with the job softwoods, and then took a decade. So an etymological may be a linguist dictionary writer, a podcast her about language and also even a murderer as detailed in Simon Winchester spoke the professor and the madman which is about the compilation of the Oxford English dictionary that began in eighteen fifty seven and it was led by professor by the name of James Murray. And the overseeing committee was like man one person Dr WC minor has submitted over ten thousand entries and Etta Malla Giese. We should send him like a Muffin basket her. Thank you one bad ass, then they found out Dr minor was a civil war doctor who became an inmate in an asylum for the criminally insane. And then they were like still gonna use these definitions. Oh, that's cool. So one of the the very important compilers of the Oxford English. Dictionary was a guy who is in prison for murder, but he had a lot of time to salts rewritten citations of woods because they still have to go written. Citations of things to prove that what existed in the time the existed on that. It's it means the things that you think it means the demonstrate that they just have to be able to demonstrate everything with written citations. They collect loads and loads of written examples for words and also they have to prove it's important enough and in sustained usage for for long enough. So it's not like you could provide hundred written citations for what you've just made up, and it would immediately catch on that. But if you could get it to catch on on enough other people to use it could get in the dictionary ill project. Okay. So some of the OA OD's added words this year by the by were TGIF burkini and hatred. Some interesting choices do you keep up with the OD each year with the new words added. No because I think that's usually a press release of game. Don't you? 'cause the the just want to annoy people. That's a good point. When they're usually the most annoying words. Yes, exactly. They know the twinning people. I'll god. That's so sinister in wonderful. Yeah. I like the relish with which a lot of the dictionaries have taken to the social media age. Let him have very salty Twitter accounts. Oh god. Yes. And you learn some good words, but also the print edition of dictionaries doesn't limit to the number was that can put in this some have to go. It's difficult for us to enter. But there's a lot of time on the internet. So they can they can track. Those words in something that may only be briefly useful like own fleet that can enter the dictionary quickly, but it doesn't necessarily have to stay that refit was just a, you know, a few years of on flake nece on Blake sounds so much better coming with British excellent going to have a say in quotation marks. Zome flee..

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"helen zaltzman" Discussed on Ologies

Ologies

01:31 min | 2 years ago

"helen zaltzman" Discussed on Ologies

"Do people put an extra Allen their lot? No actually done is not one of the regular spelling mistakes. But they they see the Z's, and they panic see you say Zia's in Zet, or zebra. Well, I say I say when I'm in Zet saying countries, but I'm on your south translated it look. Yeah. Look at that to say Sebre adduces, upper is zebra here. Yeah. Yeah. So okay. So here's my break for when I'm in the state if it's a different word like that. They all coriander. Cilantro. I'll say the different word, but it is hot. If me to use the correct American pronunciation if it's the same would. So it's hard for me to say tomato because it sounds just wrong. When I say at like, I can't do it properly like my mouth wind and form a proper American shape. Dizzy would probably the model. All let's call the whole thing. Aw tomato tomato. Stupid. Isn't it? Tomorrow sounds so much fancy. I don't know. I think it does. It's an English words got it from South America quick aside. The word tomato comes from the knowledge hall a language of what's known historically as the Aztec empire for the swelling fruit. And thus a tomato is what people call the hot girl in the nineteen twenties language experts think this is due to plump juicy connotations now as long as we're just starting this out on the Hornets. What another fun produce isle conversation?.

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"helen zaltzman" Discussed on Jesse, Jordan, GO!

Jesse, Jordan, GO!

02:14 min | 2 years ago

"helen zaltzman" Discussed on Jesse, Jordan, GO!

"Helen, it's been a delight to have your hair always a delight to be hit very exciting to see her new scar. It's it's a really good. I'm sorry that you were ill. I'm glad you're okay. Looks cool. Thanks. I think. I don't know if you get if you were getting into bar fights before. But it's now seems like the time I mean, no because I already have the cool badge of buffalo on a. Yeah. Why even the time I just kind of feel like if I were in a bar if I were bar fighter. You know, I'm not I'm a bar dancer. Sure. Our lover. I don't like allowed bar might a quiet bar a nice club soda and bidders. Maybe do you would such is totally. About the the bubbles in my fizzy water vigorous enough. Yeah. I don't know some bitches Stephan to you, and you're like. So maybe maybe someone listened to your podcast and and disputes your your findings about the Oxford, comma. Yes, do you think that what happened? I feel pretty mild about that particular issue to be on my position on it. Who gives a fuck about an Oxford, comma. Vampires weekend. Okay. You've never been to carry. Okay. Get out there. That's the. Yeah. He's got the vampire weekend. Book punctuation night. Say I just another observation from seeing your show, which I loved if you get a chance to see the allusion is to live to it. Even though the tour is ended by the time. They'll be another next year when you brought up the slide signalling you were going to discuss Portman toes that theater win fucking shit. They could not wait to hear about portmanteau 's join. Man, you had some great examples to and I definitely loved the bit about like the kind of trendy. You know, marketing portmanteau toes, they were they were delightful in cringing..

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Jesse, Jordan, GO!

04:40 min | 2 years ago

"helen zaltzman" Discussed on Jesse, Jordan, GO!

"Let's take another call. Hi, Jordan, Jesse go. This is Sarah from Colorado with a Memphis occasion. I recently gave birth to my second child, and that's actually not the momentous occasion on my way, home from the hospital, I stopped and less my placenta in my work, freezer. So that my coworkers can use it to train their search and rescue dogs to find human cadavers. The look on my bosses face when I walked in with my biohazard bag was priceless. Thanks, guys. Love the show by we've already seen that MasterCard commercial. Priceless. Delivering your boss your recent placenta. They let it cool before they put it in the freezer. No. Yeah. That's the best use of finished placenta. The I've heard of. Yeah. I was I mean, I was thinking she was going to go to smooth. I was thinking it was going to go to the yes. Sort of jerky. Fra totta. I don't know what you do with the placenta put it in a waffle for your birthday. The other day. My you know, my aunt Claudia is a now a midwife she's to be to do little bit. She upgraded, and she recently is that a step up. Yeah. Is there some sort of training? Doctor nurse situation. Maybe okay. Like a delays a helper. But a midwife is a person who can deliver the baby themselves. Okay. I mean, I think do could probably deliver your baby if it came to it. But like a midwife is a person who has the role that, you know, previously here, maybe doctor might have their the person in charge. Anyway, my aunt told me she that she was into she she had learned how to encapsulate placentas, which is like a lot of times, they will put your there's there are many people who believe that you should eat the placenta after in some way, but many of those people also feel that it's gross to eat your placenta. So they're they're sort of odds. They've they've come to an impasse. Which is they feel obliged eat their placenta, but they think it's gross. So they put it in to swallow -able capsules in you freeze, drives it dried into capsules and you just take one every day from six weeks or something after you give birth. I said to my aunt my aunt is a very practical woman. She's a little zany, but she's practical. And I said I said to her like quad is that like you like do you think it's important to eat? Sentas and stuff like that seems 'cause I wanna one hand she's a practical eighty on the other end, you know, she's a professional due in mid maybe she's in maybe she's into it. I don't know. I'm not going to be presumptuous. Follow her lead. And she says Jesse. No. But if these white ladies wanna pay for it, that's fine with me. All right, cool. You've had three placentas to dispose of unless you'll bring them up as children. Yeah. We did the thing where you keep the cord blood. There's a thing where you keep the they store the core cord blood in case, you need the stem cells that are in the cord blood or if there's like an emergency. They it's useful. Also, there's like a few medical things that can come up in the childhood that we're having the cord blood is useful keep it in the freezer or in a special. They have a special day of they have like a little house for a lock box. Yeah. Like a lock box. Look like the whole. See wanders from town to town hawking out, his his stop at the sporting goods store to get new pants. Yeah. So we we I mean, look if my beautiful wife, Teresa, your friend and mine had said to me, I would like to eat this placenta. I would've said I love you. Thank you for bringing a child into the world for us to share you've done. What it takes you've paid the cost to be the boss? God bless you. Go to town Trump, Doug, Joe. But I will say that I was grateful that that was not her preference. She like my wife first two children were born in what they call a like, a natural childbirth. There was there were things that we chose the more granola option. I sort of followed. My wife's lead on all of those. But yeah, the placenta was like..

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"helen zaltzman" Discussed on Jesse, Jordan, GO!

Jesse, Jordan, GO!

01:37 min | 2 years ago

"helen zaltzman" Discussed on Jesse, Jordan, GO!

"Breakfast. Nation. I mean, just at home or you're Good Friday. Yeah. I'll I'll fried egg bacon and eggs oatmeal this morning, put some berries in there cereal. Yeah. That's true. So cold cereal. Some more of a hot cereal kind of guy. It's good to know that about you hot cereal for a hot, man. But you know, how those tiny boxes it's has directions to turn into a serial. Yeah, I wonder if anyone is ever done that that seems so ambitious. Oh, you what you're saying? People are just eating right out of the box. They're They're just just dumping. dumping it in. They're putting it in a bowl. They're using it as a single serving cereal amount of cereal, but they're putting it in a human bowl. So wait. And what are you? What are the what are you confused about these little boxes of cereal? A lot of times. They have a perforation along the center lengthwise on the back. Yeah. So that you can open up the box into a bowl with the plastic that the cereals in you open that up and it all becomes a bowl. Really? Yeah. I'm not making this up man inspiration. I had no idea. Yeah. I was putting into human bowl idiot like some sort of fucking human God damn hot human. Yeah. Man. I got that galaxy brain homey, man, I had no idea. Sure, forty chess. Hello when you're on the road. What's your what's your breakfast of choice? It's usually an early lunch. That's my breakfast choice. Save some time. And decision making. And also really opens up the repertoire, sure, yeah. Many.

"helen zaltzman" Discussed on Jesse, Jordan, GO!

Jesse, Jordan, GO!

01:54 min | 2 years ago

"helen zaltzman" Discussed on Jesse, Jordan, GO!

"I've done a booth karaoke before there's there's like there's like a little Tokyo out here that has a lot of that in Koreatown has a lot of that as well. That's best to form in a room with like five zero friends, or is it better in a room full of people? The kind of anonymous you I will say that I on comfortable with both. I don't wanna do either. But the private room karaoke was more nervous. Wracking to me because it's the only thing people are doing in the room. I think when you're in a bar, and it's busy, and it's lively. You know, it's like the people you're there with our maybe watching you. But I mean, I don't know. But I it's when you're in those little rooms all eyes are on you, and people know how badly you suck. It's like a very polite ended standup geic. Yeah. Yes. Exactly. It is a right. It's an open mic for. Yeah. There's an open mic for you know, singing a green day song. But what was the second one is the second one was a couple of months to in New York. And I was with some friends one of them is very keen, karaoke kissed and we were having a fun time. So when he was like, oh wish good character. There's a place along St. when? Okay, sure. And then he turned out to be transcendental. Good at karaoke, which I didn't think was pulse. Yeah. That's the thing with those people who fucking suggest it is that they're good at it. And they know how dumb you're gonna look when you're in wail. This is like the equivalent of a soloist in the church choir for a secular age. These people are not professional musicians. But they're too good to be there too. Good to not show. How good they are. I feel like we will elevate it by his excellence and commitment because his song of choice east. Don't talk with. It's fun to see Mariah Carey, and you can't Hoffa's that. Yeah. But he had movement very high level high level high pitch also low pitch because if I've range..

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Jesse, Jordan, GO!

04:12 min | 2 years ago

"helen zaltzman" Discussed on Jesse, Jordan, GO!

"Like where the parents all came earlier that day and made some stuff that's what you can see through the window of the pizza museum. And I imagine it's twenty dollars. No, there's no pizzas there for one thing. I mean there were maybe there's pizzas inside. I don't know. It's not good enough. I'd like to eat a lot of pizza. I'd like to go to a pizza cook off. I mean, that's not a museum though, is it because he's not supposed to eat the exhibits. I went to a Zo supposedly. I got an apology letter to write till lack shares. Sorry, gore neca. Eight you. Never trust someone who brings us into a knockout. Yes. Someone is looking at a piece in their tucking a napkin into their neck and their subsequent Poos will be so valuable. Yeah. Oh, yeah. That's a real Bank. See there. What's the art? Is it the peace or is it the PU after you've eaten the art? I don't know. I don't know if I wasn't supposed to eat the Van Gogh why they bring me catcher when I asked. I went to museum that was the upside down museum, and it's one of those things that they go in and the attendance actually shelf you into place to take a picture of. You're is that you will upside down. But really they've just glued of how stuff to the scene, and I just wanted to examine how they had made this fake house. And it was upside down some interested in props and set design and stuff, and they were not having to all the factors. I have just me looking really pissed off playing along to be fair. I saw photo of your husband Martin in that museum was like, you know, what that's pretty dope. I'd like to go into a house where everything's on the ceiling that sounds fun. Where was this? This is in Penang in Malaysia which is full of museums art, museums because you didn't learn anything, but he was very happy at least photos of him night pretending to climb into the fridge or pulling laundry out of the machine whilst dangling from the ceiling at says, pretty fun. Let me go in and stand on the ceiling standing on the ground. Like if it was a real house built by an upside down person. I also learned from your show that you guys and only Reese you and your husband had only you've done karaoke for the first time recently. Yeah, I find singing in public one of the only things I get stage fright about same here. Things. Associati performance live to be very awkward as well. Yeah. I, you know, I like I like getting up, and, you know, yuck. Ended up for a crowd. But yet like singing in public is pretty terrifying day. And I definitely like, you know, feel a lot of stress when karaoke comes up because I I want I want to be fun. I want to appear fun. But also, I don't want to do that. I I had to sing the judge John Hodgman theme music with our old producer. Dan was a professional music producer before he came to work here. And I was like, Dan, let's just loop up the this song, and then we'll record judge John Hodgman super podcast instead of San Diego. Sue. Chargers. And I don't think I guess I had not sung since high school theater as it changed much. Yup. It's way harder. Now. More terrifying by far I was like I was locked up. I was like I cannot do this. I guess. Well, maybe maybe next next phone call on you could have a karaoke event, which is all chains of the maximum checks. But you'd have to do it. You can. And then leave. So what were the circumstances? Why why did you not done karaoke you for your entire life? But only did it recently. What was who who rubbed you into it? Well, I've carrier twice. The and the first time was in Japan. Have it's pretty common. Sure, we with some friends, and you have to do this, and that's the threatening. I mean, they didn't say in such a threatening way. But the implication was clear. Sure. When in Japan getting fucking karaoke, keeping thin karaoke. And then the second time was an if you shame your business you commit suicide. I I've been in..

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"helen zaltzman" Discussed on Jesse, Jordan, GO!

Jesse, Jordan, GO!

04:13 min | 2 years ago

"helen zaltzman" Discussed on Jesse, Jordan, GO!

"So I saw a surge in in the UK could have moved surgery. And here's why you'll Scott way round. I Don I was literally unconscious when they. Directing the apps. You don't seem to have a lot of luck finding healthcare providers with any bedside manner. Very critical. Yeah. But I think it's also because in Britain, we have less polite service than some of cultures. So maybe it's just an extension of in our healthcare. Do you know what occurred to me the other day? I think part of the problem with finding a friendly. Doctor is that all doctors have to do like two years of organic chemistry, and it's hard to find somebody who both is willing to do that. And wants to be friendly, though shirt. Right. Yeah. The the temperament of someone who does a lot of organic chemistry. It's not someone who just wants to Chit chat. Yeah. I mean, not necessarily always. But I think it's just tough to find Blake someone who's willing to do that amount of studying specifically like hard study. Sure. Most friendly people they can't be bothered, right? She's busy watching ducks on net. Flicks. They love docs, making money as a sales. Person. Maybe. Yeah. Customer service having weekends. Yeah. Exactly. Yeah. Exactly. Sleeping regularly. Yeah. Full of endorphins because of all the orgasm ING. That's how it works. Right. Speak for yourself is what you're doing. Now. Wait what you're speaking for yourself. Oh, sure. Because of. Yeah. Your family and your full of work. Yes. Wait. So where did you? Okay. So there was a story about seeing poo museum, but not going into the pouvons yet went in just didn't want to pay that New Zealand Australia. Oh, okay. I mean, it's very all countries nearest to each other. Yeah. So there is a museum dedicated to animal poo poo seem, but the owners principle was not to have too much PU in it. But my needs have text about PU in it. They can go in that and read about who for sixteen dollars a person. Wow. So we were there lack emojis or no drawings, very non cool place. But that was so it was mainly text panels. But then at the Bank, there's this little section with is like seven piles of different animals pays and you can guess which animal late the police. Do they have the animals on hand two downhills of left the building? Okay. They didn't wanna pay the sixteen dollars. So he go get him once in a while. Well, the animals no the Poos. Who's bringing about their own Poos? Well, are the are these permanent perma Poos? I don't know to be known for three weeks at the time. So I don't know whether she Honda plan for refreshing, the Poos, or whether they are in fact out official Poos, I'm going to be Frank with you Helen, this sounds like a fly by night operation. I felt so and I also felt it was a little low price shirt and a lot of mystic. I mean in a lot of times, you'll see this on social media lot people will say something as a museum, but really it's just a place to go and take some Instagram. Sounds like this pupil museum is one of these the opposite thing because what you're going to Instagram yourself against the ten thousand words about those show up in the background. Yeah. Really you want like a huge heap shit, and you. Like like, you know, the bullpen and the museum of ice cream but little t right or maybe they can smear Phut on the all it can be. Let's play angel wings. And then you can stand in front of the pa- wings. Look like a beautiful angel. Do you have a spat building because you could make the told a person out of this. I know I just gotta get a loft. God, I kind of get aloft at yourself a nice loft can aloft get some do. And then just rake in those insta- bucks. There's one remotes itself. There's one I walked fast on my way home from therapy. Or my way to my car from therapy. That's called the pizza museum or something. Sure at Duns about right and walking past it just one glance at the foyer. I'm just the foyer makes it abundantly clear. This is not somewhere. You should send your money. Like, it is this. It is looks like. Do you know the kind of quality not the business, but the quality of like a middle school carnival. Yes. Sure..

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"helen zaltzman" Discussed on Jesse, Jordan, GO!

Jesse, Jordan, GO!

01:30 min | 2 years ago

"helen zaltzman" Discussed on Jesse, Jordan, GO!

"The program in every time you're recording. Your co host Ali is in his. Lonely suburban family home in the outreaches of London or something loves it. And then I've met the man I I know his Steve's he's delighted by it just wants to handle Darden to take care of extended his Costco Cubbage with his recent home renovations. I would love it extended, Costco. What's that? To me right now, you stuck up all the things you bought from Costco, because you eat them in a new shirt. Yeah. Like, sometimes, I'm at Costco. And I'm looking at those beans God I'd love to hiatus for all those. I have not been in a Costco in years to be. I would go with like my my my family as a kid, but I have not had. I have not lived in a Costco space for years. He's still getting through the stuff. You bought when your kids? Yes. Yeah. Yeah. I'm still I'm still eating cans of stag Chile from nine hundred ninety eight I I will go up in it. I go to talk to like three times a year nine thousand nine hundred eight that was the year for stag chilly base changed the spices after that. So if you can get some nineteen ninety eight stag do yourself a favor near it's a great topping for stag Kelly spree. Yeah. Just crumble som spree on there. I I will go to Costco, and because I resist going all Costco, needs build up. And then also Costco is designed to get you.

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Jesse, Jordan, GO!

04:19 min | 2 years ago

"helen zaltzman" Discussed on Jesse, Jordan, GO!

"A host of answer me this and the allusion est Helen's Altman high and also someone who had to self administer b twelve shots for the last year. Really? Yes. Tell us about it. I will what did we get wrong in the condition of your visa or? You can only coming to America, you're off the charts. I had some routine blood tests lost full as we call it in Britain and off the mine, I got a call from the nurse who has a very flat affect. So this is sounding worried. Your blood is showering and up normally Lau level of veteran j b twelve and all control. Wow. And so make your peace with your God. It's me, Sean, Connor. She was an I mean imagine the opposite of Sean Connery, and I think you've got she was because she used to see her in the mornings 'cause off the ten for to arm out of hair. By she's very even kale in the voice as anyway, she gave me a shitload of syringes, given the I had to do one injection every three months he gave me like twenty syringes. I was carrying around in the suitcase that I live in. And I did them in the arm because I think in Britain, we don't tend to give themselves shots in the us. I think I might be an American too modest. We can't take punts of its conditions of possible. Never nudism. My understanding is that only recently as a Britain has become a more multicultural society. Have Britain's had butts. We still don't have butts, and I think with Brexit. We will have even you have to turn in your butts being of conditions of sure that's just an empty space between wastes and on Easter visiting from Italy. You got to. You got to leave it out. The now if you guys don't had have butts, how did sir mix a lot get knighted? Doesn't make sense. Because what a stop just stop for now. Conditions looser. Oh, okay. Yeah. It's been a real comedown but having so you were traveling the world giving yourself beat. What did you buy local b twelve? No, the with the flat affect gave me might be twelve's for the Zuma nights carry them around and then deliver myself when every twelve weeks what what does it do? No. I did it go off my case. Sure. And I I think it's quite a common deficiency and Vitmain d especially in Britain because we don't have some light theory that we don't have about. So some light, right. So he's son conscious of your us. That's the thing that really informs on national character. Did you feel differently? When you had the b twelve I felt like I'd give them myself a shot in the arm. Okay. Would only in the literal way in the kind of character way and once like on the radio wrong, and that was quite bloody. And always felt a bit furtive disposing of these syringes in like Airbnb and stuff was it like a subcutaneous shot or was it in our apologies to all of the people who are upset by needles and stuff. But you know, we can't please everyone was it the kind where are there people who don't like hearing about needles? I probably okay. I think there are. Well, we're sorry. J D power. If you've got questions and concerns about the program is it the kind that just pokes you or is it the kind of has to go into your blood. It. It goes about an inch into your muscle. So he didn't have to find a vein. Visit the kind of goes to junk cause I take a medicine where it's like it's like an epi pen or something where you jump out. Your your about your, Tom, Tom? I you gotta squeeze your Trump. Tom Tom to Chubb it out. I mean, I didn't have to squeeze it that much. I got I got plenty of down here. And and you poke yourself, but you don't feel it. And then you press a little thing and there's like a little spring late spring loaded Jabber. Yeah. You gotta count to ten and then take it out. Now often do you have to do that once a month? Right. And now it was a full on syringe, but I did have a bunch those in hospital as it was in hospital three weeks. And it's something they give you each day. That's like in India chop job to stop getting blood clots, and depending on the nurse..

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"helen zaltzman" Discussed on Jesse, Jordan, GO!

Jesse, Jordan, GO!

04:11 min | 2 years ago

"helen zaltzman" Discussed on Jesse, Jordan, GO!

"We're recording on an afternoon today, luxurious, well, I'm realizing how much more my exit flares up in the afternoon some weeks amid weak exit got an inch e elbow, and I don't know. It's going to affect my performance. We gotta get you. Probably negatively really get you on the Royds the topical. I don't know how much more ROY that can handle in my life. Doing so much juice and already really. Yeah. I thought you I thought you were just shooting up flaxseed oil that was my understanding then that was two months ago, baby. I moved on what's a B twelve shot. I don't know. But getting one in the ass every week. It's not making me feel better. But I'm afraid if I stopped doing it. It'll make me feel worse. Like, a B twelve shot is like what like Arianna 'Grande would get. I. Time touring. I don't feel enough. I look I know enough about Arianna Guerande to say whether or not she gets a B twelve shot. I feel like a B twelve shot is what a pop star gets when when they need a medical treatment for an emotional collapse. I here's what I think of b twelve shot is here's the one reference for someone. I know in my life having something that I think is a B twelve shot. Can I offer what I think just real quick? I think it's the same as a VHS. Sure. Sure. Yeah. It's it's it's all your days, fruits and vegetables. Just sit ojected Jek did it to the ass. I have I have some buddies who do like a yearly Vegas trip. And I'm like, I go every like third time, you know. I don't go to everyone. But if I can swing it. It's a lot of fun. Sure. You've got a giant drink. Yeah. Everyone's smoking drinking smoking. Terry fetter? Is he dead three, by the way, Las Vegas weekly? Just pick the top three Las Vegas activities for two thousand eighteen minutes, drinking smoking, oh, drink and beat out smoking and Terry Terry tour who maybe debt it is rest in peace dairy for tore Stanley to read it. Rita redner long may you reign the number three baby. And they. And you know, it's it's a hard drink in a fair this Vegas trip, but one but one year someone came and brought a spouse who was a paramedic. And and she brought. Anti hangover sacks. So everyone was hung over. And in the morning. She just when everyone was hung over. She put she gave everyone these anti hangover like drips like these IV's just in the hotel room, and they were better than they went out drinking again, and I have I and I I regret not trying this. It sounds so fucking wild. And I didn't go that year. And I think whoever brought this person has since broken up with that spouse. So the anti hangover person isn't coming on the trip anymore. Well, I'm never going to get a have an anti hangover sack. It sounds like you need to turn in Tinder and start up with nine one one. Just start calling nine one one. And I can you send a few really cute EMS work. Hey, hey when one. Yeah. What are you? Watching a Netflix right now any brothers or sisters. I'll get to buy emergency in a minute high nine one one. I mostly watch documentaries shirt. Right. Yeah. Do you? Love a good jive bar. Our guest on this week's program visiting us from well, I was going to say from the United Kingdom. But the honest truth is, she's a woman without a home. She's Pera she has a para pathetic lifestyle. How like the hulk? Cool. No, he's he wanders. Sure. About the whole, I guess that's more characteristic of the seventies. TV hulk books. By the win once a week to check his mail..

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