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"hooch" Discussed on Something Rhymes with Purple
"The lady is simply saying grockle. Yes. Ruckle. For a tourist. I thought you called them Emmett here, no? You called them grottoes. Okay. The idea of a Greco, I think began in a comic book. Again, if you look it up, it will say origin unknown but I think it was the name of characters in a comic. But what and I think they must have been quite annoying because I know Greco is it's kind of semi affectionate, isn't it? My dad lives in south Devon and will sort of sell the grocks coming here again. Whereas in Cornwall, I think it's the Emmet. But yes, that's the best guess that we have is that it comes from a comic. But I was going to ask what you call bumblebees here or even lady birds because I think she Barney be here. No. And emphatic, no. No. Okay. No, no. Or would lie do you have a nice thing for wood lice? Cheesy logs. It's so fascinating how different dialects collect around certain things. And for some reason, woodlice attract a whole lexicon. Woodlice? Yes. I mean, all sorts of fascinating words. Grammar sounds, but pics come into it very, very often. But did you say cheesy logs? Yes, granted, which I've heard that as well. Well, what was that one repeated for fanny gruza? Granny grudge. Yeah. There's some very, very amazing words for terms for wood lice. Have you got three special words for us? I did. Because what we do on the podcast every week, those are new to it, is that in order to it pays to increase your workplace. Language is part. The greater of vocabulary, the better life you have. That's our value. And every week, through the introduces to three interesting words. And you've got three to give us and what's the idea? What's the game you want to play with this? People have already submitted their own definition of the trio of words. I have posted. The first one was petit's or petty toes. Potatoes. Yes. How do you spell that? So that is putty as in French for small and then toes. To you, yes. And we have had a lovely, well, lots and lots of lovely entries, but these are the three that we picked. So this is from Paul newsham from fairham. When a domestic animals swell to resemble breasts. Okay. Without coming here again. I'm apologized for the next one as well. This is for Carolyn Sims Evans from angering angering his lovely miniature silk really undergarments. You put in each individual toe before a sock or tight. Putty toes rather like that to make it more comfortable. Little sort of undergarments, then you pull your socks or tights on afterwards. But it does. And this one I think my favorite. This is from Paul Goddard. From Crowe Brett, this word describes the first thing that a midwife sees during a breach birth. I love that. Given the state of midwifery in this country, they're having to import French midwives now. It's marvelous. I'll tell you what they are. We need a real pig's trotters served as a delicacy. I know. Pigs try to serve the all over again. So I'm definitely with Paul's version there. The next word was a skimmington. A skimming tool. A skimmington. Okay, Stephen Clark from fairham. A small close minded miserly fat free town. That's brilliant. I like that. This is also great Craig. Is it girl shatter? Yes. From chichester itself, the prime minister skimmington is the prime minister's approach to detailed analysis or delicate diplomacy. Right. Okay, and this is from Paul camford, como fudge from nutbourne. The ancient Celtic sport of underarm skimming, a frozen cow pats overdue ponds in the winter solstice. Gave rise to its center being based in a new town of skimmington. Pursues of this bought were hence known as skimmington. They are. I watch you reckon. I think it's got to be the p.m. now. Well, what's the truth? Oh, that's true. It's not the truth. This is a really strange one. It was actually a procession that was used to make an example of a nagging wife. So explain. Well, that's as much as I know. A procession. It's a really obscure word, yes. A condition that was used to humiliate a white. Oh, so like putting in the scolding room. Exactly. You take her out on a skinny on a skimmington. Not very nice. But I just did tell you again, the prime minister's approach to detailed analysis or delicate diplomacy is brilliant. And finally, a gasconade. A gasconade. Yes. Okay. Right. Gasconade, this is from caudal axel knurling from Hemsworth. To go and panic by fuel. Very good. This is from Craig again, Craig gastritis from chichester. The aftermath of consuming excessive Brussels sprouts for Christmas dinner. And this is from Jess golf from waterlooville. What pacing town names? When Gaston leans into his staggering hubris and attempts to serenade bell with a song on how great he is, that is a gasconade. Which is brilliant Gotham winner. Which one should we go for? Well, we're going to go for the one that's real. It's simply also because it's got a great name. It would make the most amazing anagram. Chordal axel, I pronounced that properly. Yeah, called mering from ends with to go and panic by fuel. I think that's a gas canal. Yeah, there you go. Well done. The truth is, and again, you might want to make this have a topical reference if you wanted to. Extravagant boasting and strutting about. Oh, I like that. A gas can not well it sounds like the gasconade. Exactly. Extravagant boasting and strutting. Was that all three, we've done three? Yeah, it's three. Well done. So it's time for my poem. It's by Leigh hunt. Who lived quite a while ago, 1784 to 1859. And I bet you know this perm, but it's an enchanting poem. And if you want to learn a poem by heart, this is a good one to start with because it's quite short. Jenny, Jenny, and several people I sign books for earlier, I put Jenny because that was their name. And for some of the books people asked me when I signed it not to put my own name, but what J. K. Rowling because it might be worth more on eBay. We're not proud. That's the point I'm making. But this is a lovely poem. Jenny kissed me when we met jumping from the chair she sat in. Time you thief who loved to get sweets into your list, put that in. Say, I'm weary, say I'm sad. Say that health and wealth have missed me. Say, I'm growing old, but add Jenny kissed.
"hooch" Discussed on Something Rhymes with Purple
"And the Alaskan Indian people. So it's a name from an indigenous language. Yeah, they good. Yeah. Any more alcohol? No, just those amazing cocktails that, as I say, first began to. Yeah, the screwdriver. That's an orange juice and vodka, I think. Martini, that's the name of a brand, isn't it? Martini. Don't get me. I'm not very good with cocktails. No, I noticed that evening. What about is a fall guy? I've been a fool guys in 1920. Yes, they flick. I think flicks was first recorded for the cinema in the 1920s. Because it's a great picture. Yeah. And silver screen. There's all the screen was so called because it had metallic, the film had a metallic silver coating to sort of improve the quality of it. Hence the silver screen. So yes, a fall guy or a scapegoat, essentially. So somebody who would take the fall for you is the idea for a fall guy. Do you remember scapegoat? I know the word scapegoat, but I didn't know the origin. Okay, so scapegoat that goes actually goes back to the Bible and it was an escape goat and essentially the custom was to take two goats and on one of the goats all this sins of the people would be figuratively laid upon it. And it would be sacrificed and the other would be sent off and banished into the international into the desert, but it escaped death. So it was the escape ghost. There are stories in the Old Testament that tell of this ritual that there was. So that's what escape code here. And a fall guy is a 1920s phrase for a scapegoat. Yes. Yes. And also, do you know the astronaut is first mentioned in the 1920s, even though man didn't go into space until the 60s. So thanks to people predicting it and science fiction, et cetera, astronauts got the most beautiful origin, the Greek for star sailor, sailor of the stars. Astronauts, of course, not as in nautical Astros and the stars. Sailor through the stars as an astronaut. Conceived in the 19 dreads. When also the robot as a word was introduced for that play, rossum's universal robots are you are by the CAPEX brothers. A check. Exactly. Yeah, I do remember some of the things you told me. No, that's brilliant. Also, I need to tell you about now have you heard of this? This was quite new to me, even though I've studied BBC English and I've studied the BBC have a pronunciation unit, which tells everybody who works within the organization, how to pronounce things. So the latest COVID variant, for example, they will have said this is exactly how you crawl. Amy kronk. I thought it should have been epsilon because that's the letter after Delta in the Greek alphabet. But I read today that a certain letters that avoiding some because they may apparently have cultural references in other languages that are not comfortable. Okay. And they need to have it a letter that can be easily visualized, which is why they've jumped to oma cron and left out other letters because Uber, I think, is the Greek for O. Oh, it means little oh. Yeah. They're good. Yeah. Anyway, so the BBC has this pronunciation unit, but I only recently discovered that there was in the 1920s there was something called the BBC advisory committee on spoken English and George Bernard Shaw was at its home. So you probably know more about this jazz than me, not that you were there. Not quite. I did know a man who knew Ben mature. I just say that, in case there are some burnout show enthusiasts. Here join the interval I will shake your hand. And then you'll be shaking the hand that shook the hat that wrote saint Joan. Yeah. Suzie can't offer you that. No. I really can't. Anyway, so they were tasked with coming up with a verbal style guide, so much as the pronunciation unit does now. So that was absolutely fine. And they set the standard pronunciation for things like margarine. They also came up with new words themselves. So for example, one of the challenges was how to come up with the equivalent of a wireless listener for people who were watching the television. And lots of suggestions came up like a sear and obviously viewer a teleview and lots and lots of suggestions. Anyway, they chose television viewer, but the tally eventually dropped off and they simply called them viewer. But that was their invention. 'cause when the radio, the wireless arrived, people all married said you are a listener. You're listening to the wireless. Therefore you are a listener. But when the television came along, they weren't sure what to call us. So it could have been telesina. Or it could be. Tell you. Yeah. But it ended up. And then it becomes the viewer. We the viewers. We just don't really think about that. But the other thing that they did, is they got rid of the gyratory circus, which became the roundabout. So that was a BBC decision. But this is the thing. Hold on. Roundabouts, because it is so extraordinary. You've got to absorb it. Roundabouts were to be called gyrate to receptors already. It's for a very long time. So you go left to the gyratory circus. Yes. No wonder it didn't catch on. And the BBC is somebody at the BBC pronunciation unit said that won't do. We must come up with something simpler. Yes. But they went a bit rogue. So this was a surprise for me. They decided that traffic lights should be called stop and goes. For example, they decided that Christmas festivities would be called eury. You luring? Are you a ray? And the Christmas itself might be called eulogy. And clearly people at the BBC, the bosses, got a little bit worried because they thought you were just going to embarrass us with this. You've got to stop. So it was abandoned. It was just split up the committee because they were actually becoming power hungry and power happy. What this was? The French have a council, don't they? Academy. An academy that decides what words are acceptable. And this is creating an English version of it. And they got somebody like Bernard Shaw, who had lots of opinions and was probably the most famous writer of English or an Irish man. Lady Cynthia asked me ladies and. They all sat on this committee, having these grand ideas and then would abandon. I'm not surprised. Jewelry. That would not catch on. Oh, no. That's wonderful. It's strange, isn't it? Yes. But at this time it just shows that I suppose motor cars, et cetera, becoming increasingly popular, which is why they needed to think about things like traffic lights and gyratory circuses, et cetera, but yet they gave us around about. A lot of emotions servers during the holiday season, both good and not so good. 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"hooch" Discussed on Something Rhymes with Purple
"Welcome to something rhymes with purple, live from chichester. Thank you for joining us. So we're coming to the end of 2021 and we thought we would go all the way back to 1921 to dig in to the fantastic slang and linguistic creations of the 1920s. It was, as you will see, just, I think, a really fertile time for new words and phrases. Good. There are still around today. That I stood around today. And some of them, of course, won't seem as old to me as they do to you. Because I am a little bit older than you. I was telling the audience before we press the button that says record for our podcast, that I first came to this theater because we are giving this live podcast from a chichester festival theater in Sussex that was found at the beginning of the 1960s by sir Laurens Olivier. And I was a school boy nearby and came to all the early productions here. And I realized that 1961 is now 60 years ago. And you're going to talk about words from the 1920s that when 1961 was only 40 years before. So this old fashioned lingo is going to seem like sort of modern jargon to me. But let's cope with it. Give us some examples of the kind of language you're talking about. Okay, so I think what you will mostly find is a real sense of zest and zing and a sort of fervor for life, really, because obviously this is a post war period almost post war hedonism is what you'll feel now. New dances, there was the black bottom, for example, the Charleston, of course, the camel walk, the heebie jebs, which began as a dance. Hello, I've heard of the black bottom that heard of the Charleston. I had not heard of the other two of the other two? Okay, so there's the camel walk. The camel walk. Gives you the hump. Thank you. The PPG piece? I'm not out of the heebie jewel you've heard of having the heebie GB piece. Yes. Yes. What's the origin of that? Having the hebe GB we actually don't know. It's origin unknown in the dictionary, but it's just you remember all those wonderful rhyming reduplicative compounds is what we call them. Shelly Charlie Willy nilly. Rhyming Jupiter. And yes, they're not always rhyming because with things like dilly dally. Do you remember the rule of ablaut reduplication? No. Okay. No, no, no. We're not familiar. Some people taking a level at the back maybe, but explain that to me. Well, to the thing about my job. So I appreciate it. I've got my back to here. I'm sorry. The thing about my job is that it's just the most brilliant gig that you can possibly find. But it involves the worst kind of terminology in terms of putting people off. So wonderful databases that we look at all the time which we've got. Text messages, Scully journals, tabloid newspapers, transcripts of conversations on the street. They're called corpora. They're called corpora corpus. Anyway, the Adler duplication rule and you know we don't have many rules in English is all about sound. So this is why you don't wear flop flips, remember or dalley dilly or eat a cat kit or play Pompey. There's a reason it's flip flops, not flop flips. Yeah, it's a sound thing. And that is slightly involved in the heebie GPC thing if there was a switch. Because you're absolutely right, it should be actually flipped from it. Because it goes flop flip doesn't go flip flop, it goes flop flip. How intriguing? Anyway, I just thought I'd throw that in. No, but it is the heebie Jeb he says like that. Sort of like that. I mean, that's the situation that is rhyming with duplicative compounds. You don't have a vowel shift in that one. Lots of new drinks. So gimlet, we have a gimlet? Yes, I've heard of a gimbal. Okay. And then lime juice. Yes. And I think the gimlet, the tool, is a boring tool, isn't it? So maybe it balls into you and just knocks you over. Cocktail bars, they've worked out the first mention of a cocktail bar is 1926. Hold on. Was the cocktail invented in the trenches? No, so the cocktail itself, people were drinking a long time before, but the first instance of a cocktail bar that you can find in the OED is in 1926. Do you remember cocktail is a real etymological mystery? We don't quite know, but our nearest nearest and best guess is that it comes from the little rooster feathers that people used to put in the fashionable drinks literally the tale of a cockerel, not a real one, but it's worth saying this actually. It's constantly amazing to me. How many words we can't trace back? Even the simple word, you give me often this example, is it dog? Doc, we don't know the origin, the first usage of dog, how dogs we know about canine and hound, but we can't the origin of dog, so similarly with cocktail. Okay. Came out of nowhere. Give us some more. So then personal appearance. So this was the time as I say of just trying to introduce some razzmatazz into life. So you will find the shingle, which was a very cool haircut, which I think involved various layers, hence shingles on the back. The ancient crop as well. Can I say something? That's strange that they should call it. Shingles is such an unpleasant thing. I have a hairdresser would say. Imagine, would you like the shingles? I don't think so. How strange? I should have called it herpes zoster. Herpes zoster is that another name for the shingles? Yes. But these things are the roof shingles. You're good. Because the idea. Plus fours, have you ever want plus fours? In my dreams. Okay. I have a fantasy life as being a character out of PG woodhouse in which I would wear plus falls. Go on. I can imagine. Why are they called plus falls? Do you know, I actually don't know the answer to that. This is a time when I should be looking up in the early days I would in a Pokémon. Why would they be called plus? Anyone here? Because I knew the amount of material used because then I passed twos as well aren't there? And plus fours, I think it's an excess of it's how they are shaped from the billowing material. Sweatshirt, the first sweatshirt, 1929. Goodness. Yeah. And T-shirt, 1920. So that's yeah. But I think in some ways, 1920s was also the time when people really kind of embraced the idea of maternity modernity as opposed to kind of Victorian pre modern Victorian ways. So you will find things like the fridge, the first fridge in 1926, which was originally spelled, frig, FR, G, which clearly is not great. So that was the first abbreviation for a fridge. And do you know why there's a day in fridge? Tell us. Because of the incredibly popular U.S. brand frigidaire. And that is why people put the DNA so a fridge. Here's an abbreviation of refrigerator. So that's the origin of it. A refrigerator, and that comes way before. In 1920s. But fridges, electric fridges were banned in the 1920s. That was some frigida became very, very popular. And frigidaire gives you fridge. That is. But again, that was the option of that. The media 1923 as well. But possibly the best thing of all. If I had to ask you what invention you, well, actually, you could do without it. It's just a faff. The zip, the zip came about in the 1920s. Yeah. And do you know.
"hooch" Discussed on Dyking Out - a Lesbian and LGBTQ Podcast for Everyone!
"I saw the pilot. I thought they did an amazing job. There's sort of omar two characters like there's chubby girl talks like me from new york. You know there's like sex pot like madonna. They have little nods to people. It's it's very strange And imagine if they talked about the sexuality as well on league their own like you know when to these reunions of all the women from the league. It's all lesbians. You know right right. The molly i think the grandkids might think it's that's nana's friend. Come on at this point So very wisely the People who put it together thought. Imagine if we could explore that. I thought it was an interesting little. No you know people say was your character gay on league of their own and i say yes definitely and was in love with may didn't know what to do about it but definitely was in love with may and Like to protect her like a big sister. And but you know when she did that scene on the bus. When i did that where i said oh i was not a normal girl and now i realize there's a lot of us were all. Okay penny goes cut. Eighty dot snow. Like the gay thing i go. She goes one. You're saying you're doing it like it's a day. I go well penny. Don't those are the words how i'm saying the words. What do you mean. make it a gate. What do you think it's about if it's not about knowledge does that. She didn't feel like she was a normal girl on she dead because all the girls playing baseball. And that's kind of you know that was it. There was no subtext of any of that with anyone. The only one who got to have the sex life was gena davis's character not to have a relationship. Everyone else was well. It was kinda crazy. That marla hooch who also seemed clearly that they ever link up with the guy at the nightclub. But more so than anybody to me. Kit came off as gay lori. Petty's character totally. I think that's just like essence is sort of that you know right kind of scrappy..
"hooch" Discussed on The World and Everything In It
"Container. The threat to triggered a massive police response and the evacuations of government buildings and businesses in the area law enforcement officials identified the suspect as forty nine year. Old floyd ray roseberry of north carolina. They're still trying to determine what motivated him to drive onto the sidewalk outside if the library of congress and make bomb threats but relatives of the suspect said he was distraught over deaths in his family and recent events in his life. A federal appeals court in new orleans. This week upheld a texas law. Banning dismemberment abortions. World's kirsten flavin has that story. The 2017 law seeks to prohibit the use of forceps to dismember unborn babies. While they're still alive inside the womb. Abortion rights advocates argued. That babies cannot feel pain during the station period affected by the law. They also argued in court that one alternative provided in the law using suction to remove fetus. Also results in dismemberment a three judge panel of the fifth. Us circuit court of appeals blocked enforcement of the law last year but texas was granted a rehearing by the full court and a majority of the fourteen appellate judges who heard arguments in january sided with taxes on wednesday kimberlin schwartz with texas. Right to life celebrated the decision. She said anyone can see the cruelty of dismemberment abortions she added. We're grateful the judges recognized this horror reporting for world. I'm kristen flavin am i'm ken. Covington straight ahead worldview consequences in afghanistan loss or affinity for abbreviations. This is the world and everything in it. It's friday august twentieth. Twenty twenty one glenn to have you along for today's edition of the world and everything in it. Good morning. i'm nick brown a rain of terra. That's how those on the ground described the situation in afghanistan. Things have gone from bad.
"hooch" Discussed on LadyGang
"So the game today is called. 'bout that becca back. I is the sash that connects all of our robes. She is the the water and all of our raises. She is the connecting for of all us there rally between our tiles my meaner. She is the ruler in our collection of minis. That's right she's ill she's the she's got. So we have josh. Vanessa jack and back today. And so jack and vanessa andros are going to be playing to know who knows becca. The best who knows bout backup. So i'm going to ask a question. Becca is going to write down her answers and what her truth is. And you're all going to try to match becca okay. First question becca about that. Becca question one. Being we have like the money for sound effects of becca. is that craft services. what will she grab. Ooh answer cancers down so hard because it was cova. You couldn't go together. I mean take your best guess. Okay becca what do you get crafts. Let me just say this is a tough one. Because i i did not have long days at turner and hooch so i can usually not snack or eat. You didn't snack. I didn't know and you go home. 'cause you make these wraps she loves you wrap wrap queen and we all know that god and the weird looking rap you've ever seen in your life she's like let me take this tomato in this grape and i'll wrap it up one time one time she was like. I just had the most delicious cinnamon bun and i was like well. It's about okay. Well here's the thing. If i'm going to get anything if i'm not like eating eating eating i'm gonna i'm usually gonna get some kind of candy. Keep me up jack. I just had solid protein because that's always gets from restaurant k. That's terrible vanessa. I don't know what does it say. No max okay. Well i would say that you're all right about about my no fun. No points have been josh. What is your official answer. No snacks rolling. No i know. She's healthy so i went veggie hamas and then in alaska jeopardize suit. We i knew she doesn't know who has not at work in a costume food. The frigging search. It was cold. wasn't it. Yeah you're looking for food that's true. That's true wound. Becker question to beccause onset. She does not know her lines. By why why because they switch scenes on her. Last minute was good. Answer good answer. I said because they changed it things and didn't tell her because that was what happened a lot. Okay jack. why doesn't becca no line. I don't even know that this is an option. I don't even know how sets work. Okay great unfair advantage. So what did you say. I was hungover. Joe's going to say accidentally hung over actually i. I'd get accidental hangovers. They are brutal. I didn't get them on this show because there was nothing to into Okay here's thing. Normally official banka is onset. She doesn't know her lines. Why not on this project. But if i don't know my lines onset it's usually because they suck and it's hard to memorize shitty lines and lines written poorly. It's very hard to get into my brain. That was not the case on this but the answer was i always know my line no mansions thing ours here the so far we have no points lady gang no points i. Nobody knows becca she is. Josh are right though because there were a few times. I did not know my lines as well as i wanted to because they did. Switch the scenes around on me. So i think they should get points okay. They'll get no points. Because i'm the boss your dick guy. You text back on the weight of set. And you're like d you wanna starbucks and she says yes. What is bekker's starbucks order. This is hard. Because vanessa and josh were both bigger stars on the show. And the stars don't get the recurring guest stars. That can be their answer. This is this is what i slid in for you girl. I feel like you know this. I feel like jack knows that shaq. We've done this before she's like just go to your tax. What is becka starbucks order. John why don't you start an iced almond milk locked very good great choice hot. I'm in say Oh a hot.
"hooch" Discussed on LadyGang
"And josh the mindy project fuller house and now as the star u. s. marshal scott turner to in the sequel series. Turn who turned disney plus. She is canadian actor award nominee who's appeared on american dreams glee and is now starring as erica on. Turn hooch and trying to steal our brooks man. It's not okay. We already are so mad at her if she wasn't so darn cute war. Welcome to the first cast reunion of the newly iconic disney plus series turner and. hooch josh. Pack and vanessa lentjes. Yea welcome. I was saying to on. Vanessa josh that so i've only seen the first episode because i didn't watch the new one last night but i really wanted to hate erica. Because i'm team brooke and i'm like this is like janice aniston jolie thing for me. I'm like getting a tank top like team team but then you guys are so cute together that i'm like a maybe becca shouldn't stick around for season two. You know what i mean. Well i think that's your selfish desires super all to yourself and i and who could blame you. 'cause i would. I would feel the same but yet you know. What's incredible is there. I don't want to spoil anything. But there perhaps could be a love triangle between brooke and scott and erica and pinkie rooting. I think the only person you're not rooting for in that is scott. The end of the day. You really love both of their characters. He's being humble. Because vanessa and i can both attest to the fact that the only reason this show works is because josh peck is playing the lead in the show is that accurate. Vanessa is one hundred percent true if not more if whoever is good at math can can figure out how it's possible. It's possible i. I actually think about the love triangle that erica sees brooke for the first time. She's a little turned on. She's like okay. We're just person with the perfect skin in the gorgeous hair. Like i think there's i think they're stings possibilities yet to be realized. Oh we're going there. I don't know why. I heard love triangle. I actually did think i was like. This is nice and progressive okay..
"hooch" Discussed on LadyGang
"Who at the three two words. You're singing just reminded me of christian wig when she sings Watch character is it on saturday things. Oh damn it. There's the walmart target lady or whatever. I live good okay. Well on that note. It's time for good. We yes it is bad. We saw go first because i can tell neither of you bitches are ready. Thanks go ahead. My good week is that it's my episode of turner turner again. Please actress some on. Get her baby though exist. I've had it does exist. Actually fun back. Paltrow won a guest are emmy for free so yeah. I've had a few messages being like. I thought you said you're in this show and you're not no really you're a liar. Are you just a background actor. And you said you're in the show. And i'm like kind of borderline. Yes but i do get eight extra pay extra. I do get to speak this week. So you guys are going to meet my character on turner and hooch and i need you to blow up social media because momma needs another job we need. We need the coast. We need tags. You need hashtag. Yes if you immediately singers getting together and promoing the shit men at disney headquarters feel free to go out there and pick it and say we need more becca Okay that's exciting. Here's my bad week you so i changed my phone number my cell phone number about seven years ago. I had a a new york. Nine one seven number which i still regret kind of getting rid of except for the fact that i could literally take out the trash and basically just wipe away my life and start a new which doesn't new friends you know no new friends and some no old friends. No no literally. No one literally on. I didn't do any kind of. Hey guys i'm changing my number. I didn't do a mass text. i just old people. I wanted to tell which was like six people. Savage savage of me and i was very savage place in my life. So i'm not a wedding. I'm at jenna. Auschwitz's wedding which was glorious. And beautiful and amazing. And we'll talk about another time because i don't want to spoil anything for any exclusive. She might be doing. But i was there and i ran into a girl that i met when i first moved to la. And she's so great she's lovely. She owns that clothing line. Show me your meal. Cami is her name and she and i took a photo together like a self together at the wedding. Descend to a friend and so she's a communist. Send this to. Odette and i'll put you on the text. She runs up to me about thirty minutes later and she goes. Oh my god did you change your number. I go i since i've known you. I don't think so i don't know she picks up the phone. She's gives it nine one seven. I said oh no. That's my own number. And she said this guy is pissed he hates you because i know the first person who has texted him with thinking. It's you and it's been going on year per what i turn phone numbers in the world to not have to repeat and give somebody an old one. I think the problem is that most people that changed their numbers. Tell everybody young their phone book mostly right But they should have waited. You should have to tell. At and t. You know what. I'm not telling anybody i'm changing number. Let's let's retire this number like michael jordan like. Don't let anybody off this number for the rest of time at least for a few years like let all the stragglers get a green text bubble and yet often stragglers out so let me read you the text that he sent back. Oh yeah and not to mention. He now has my photo because it was a selfie. Yeah i'm sure it's not the first so that he is. That's that's what. I'm that's what i'm thinking. Okay so it says. I'm praying for you. Please stop harassing me. I blocked you both. But you'll just call back or text or try to facetime me with a different number. I can tell. Oh my way like a psycho. Yeah so i'm so. Sorry that this person but that sucks change his number. That's the only wake appropriate thing to do in a situation. I'm just nervous of how many photos he has of me at this point. He's if he's put it together any he's got like a dick pic you know. I don't think there's any people in my life would be sending you dick pic so it'd be per weird odd. Actually just thought of one person who could have been doing this from the past because you know before you started dating zach right. Yeah yeah so. There was probably like a dick pic floating around. There was hot enough to get a dick pic. Nobody wants to my next. I'll go my good week. Is i posted a picture recently. And a beck address and the people loved it like. I didn't think you know. I thought maybe my instagram really thrived off of showing the arts of my body. That like i really love doing i. I got ten thousand lakes on that bad boy. People love day. Listen there's a method to my madness. You leave them wanting more you they like it because they wonder what's underneath it. I know i need like a little bit of like mysterious. My life long gets its address that others can wear. That's any of the jack outfits. I appreciate but i'm not sure that it's for me. This was every sure. Like i have people care so i work on my vagina would fall out of that. Actually got the worst thing i've ever said. I don't have pubic hair. Want a picture that this was so relatable and i saw the comments and people were like who made the dress who i've never had so many people ask about kelly. Are we in the area in the middle of something therapy therapy there being. I've never had so many people ask about address now. I won't be starting to dress like that back. So don't worry i'm not going to copy all of your clothes thrill me oh mall. I'm not but I did have to wear that dress because we did a film some video content for a sponsor and it was probably the first time that i actually dressed appropriately for You really grown something that we needed.
"hooch" Discussed on Armstrong & Getty On Demand
"You but we're not going to monitor that. Yeah he ran. Paul actually tweeted out With a link to an article from last year when he and his wife were surrounded and jostled and threatened and spit on and the cops had to rescue them from an angry mob He mentioned that nobody's been prosecuted for that. Nobody's been prosecuted for all the political violence last year. Nobody's been prosecuted for pulling down all the statutes there a couple of geeks in similar in the bay area california who did Like burnouts where you spend your tires and and lebed rubber on the street right. They did that over. The black lives matter logo and they're being charged with with crimes for that all the people who pulled down all the statutes where those Those charges were those convictions. So you feed. Americans one-sided law enforcement one-sided indignation over violence and destruction for for years and then all of a sudden they decide okay. You've told us for months and months. It's okay so we're gonna do some of it. And then you act like it's a horror unimaginable. Now it was wrong. It was dead wrong. What happened at the capitol. Explaining something is different than approving well. Some of my favorite pundits would accuse you of what about ism and say you're out of line there and i don't get that i don't get that at all. I'm not excusing either. One i'm condemning. Both that's not that's consistency to me. I mean and i think one led to another yeah. I don't think there's any question. Are you sure of that dude. Yeah yes yes sir sir. Please don't lower my greater cancel may for daring express my opinion that kid and that's striking faster. That tape kid said. I don't want to get pulled into this. Because i know i'm going to get cancelled. And then the minute. He expressed even the mildest christian. The professor's voice rose and he called him dude and kid knows what he's dealing with. Oh my god you college students today. I feel bad for him so you got the poll numbers on mental illness. Yeah young women are crazy. Lucia just to summarize. Are you sure of that. A ground friend and also need to get to that letter going to a wealthy white ish dallas neighborhood telling them their kids need to give up their slots in college so that people of color containing them unintentionally hilarious so i was just in the lunchroom where they got a little olympics on and get it on the beach volleyball which is on not a sport to that I'm into Incredibly exciting the athleticism speed. The grace is the phoenix is their men's yeah i gotta assume the speeding grace of it's pretty good too but i only see the women's on tv ever. Yeah anyway. i like the way they have the camera at asked level zoomed in on their buttocks where they're wearing panties where the action takes place. Jack and silver in the sand. Well that's what it is a good angle. You see the ball you see the cheeks. That's the best angle for covering the sport absolute right behind. Her buttocks zoomed in on her. What are you gonna do. Go off to the side then district. Oh god not even a like a tiny veneer of transparent or you know trying to pull to try to pretend this is not about their hot and wearing underwear right. And you can't have bikini bottoms. That are slightly bigger so they don't climb up if you gals note. I mean y'all know what. I mean know any any who are just four. One five nine five k. Ftc if.
"hooch" Discussed on Armstrong & Getty On Demand
"Lincoln. Want you to think about this carefully. It's very short but powerful. Nearly all men can stand adversity. But if you want to test a man's character give him power while goodwin yeah That is a really good one. I was talking about abe lincolns upbringing to my son on our bike ride the other day. I don't remember how came up to my sons. Never been to school. I said lincoln them to school Then i wanted to know why and got into his whole bad. Basically sold him out as a slave His whole life and but he was able to learn enough to become a lawyer and everything else on his own president of the united states. Greatest president of all time educated himself. Keep it in mind. Moving along mailbag michelle rights have may have understood. But i love clarification. Did you say you understand of black. People don't get vaccinated but if you're white you haven't been vaccinated here in idiot. Yes michelle did say that. That was a jack. I believe Parodying the presentation of the mainstream media. If you're a person of color you not getting the vaccination. It's because of the legacy of something or other perfectly understandable but if you're white you're not getting the vaccine is because you're stupid drug voter exactly. It's wait is portrayed How about this supposed to be there. Go heard you mentioned the other day. that Maybe the fist limbic athletes are swimmers was swimmers. Who said oh somebody else anyway. He says ultimate ruggedly rugby players. I watched ten minutes of the game. I've never seen anything like it. Unreal just saying. I happen to watch some rugby myself. At the olympics man that is sport from tough dudes and gals zehra gals. Who playroom we. I think yesterday. I said i don't know if there's in bay more fit than long distance bicycle racers all yea those hills and everything like that but man. I saw the end of the women's triathlon. Is that it where they swim. And they run a bike Not in that order ho man those gals or solid man cement and two before. I mean there who boy. Let's see. oh this is from Jaffe said along a chart. Symptomatic breakthrough cova nineteen infections currently for every hundred and two thousand vaccinated. There are one hundred symptomatic breakthrough infections and one death. And he shows the little chart that say giant grid of green a tiny little red box in the bottom corner that symbolizes the infections and then a teeny teeny tiny little yellow box in the corner of that box that symbolizes the one possible death and then of the dads fifty seventy five percent depending on the daddy look at are over the age of sixty five. So if you're under sixty five. It's a tiny slice of vat right right right right interesting note from dave here he says guys. I was stuck in a hotel room thing about institutional racism systemic racism how it relates to the constitution. There's argument that racism inherently built into the government institutions of us. Racism and bat is bad needs to be eliminated especially from our institutions. The constitution is the defining document for our government and its institutions. Therefore it would make sense. The constitution needs to be eliminated and or replaced. My question is if they're elected officials who claimed that institutional racism exists. Then at some point they will have to call for the abolishment of the current constitution. Correct and if they took an oath to support and defend the constitution against all enemies. Foreign and domestic. At what point should they be considered domestic enemies to the constitution. You know this sounds like the conversation we had however many years ago. Boy i think he'll love or get to the point that are taken out. George washington statue surely won't go that far right right. It was hard to get people to believe it would go that far and yet here we are so at. What point do we have. A highly placed governor say governor of oregon oregon for instance say we need to three the constitution. Probably next text line. Four one five nine five. Ffa and getty. It's crazy how much we have to pay for outdated impersonal healthcare and even crazier that we all just accepted. It's time to face facts. Healthcare is backwards. Luckily there's forward a new approach to primary care that surprisingly personal and refreshingly straightforward forward never makes you feel like just another patient backed by top rated doctors and the latest tech forward gives you access to personalized care whenever you need it. Using in-depth genetic analysis real time bloodwork forwards top rated doctors provide you with in-depth insights to better understand your genetics mental and physical health. 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"hooch" Discussed on Armstrong & Getty On Demand
"hooch" Discussed on Armstrong & Getty On Demand
"Studios sees in. Your it's a dimly lit brome where deep within the bowels of the armstrong and getty communications compound. That's an odd place to pause after bowel. Oh my fouls and today's weren't are general manager. Simone biles spoiler alert spoiler alert. Why simone biles. Our general manager always no way. You're gonna steer clear of this news till you watch the television tonight anyway. So she dropped out of the team competition. It appears not to be physical injury but hurt their mind is broke and she just can't focus. Yeah so that's she's would you say she's the biggest star on the olympic team. She isn't she. I think so. Yeah and she's dropped out for emotional reasons. Why i got a question about that. And i've wondered about that too this whole thing but i didn't bring it up for the same reason i think other people didn't bring base. Get back to that thought and just a second. I'm jack armstrong. He's joe getty on this tuesday. July twenty seventh near twenty twenty one where armstrong and getting. We approve of this program all right. Let's begin officially now. According c. rules and regulations swinging into action running full speed toward the vault at mark world. I think i know it was in that clip. And i still have no idea what was in that clip. Was that michael as people get married and they ask. Does anybody object to this marriage and the dogs are barking right at that moment. Dogs known dogs can panther. They can smell kobe thing. Smell divorce how can we try it again. Dogs can smell compatibility saved homer. Simpson was into a a laughing but that dog bright. He's drunk or she's a slut. Wow now that's a complaint back to simone biles. I've wondered about this from the beginning. I haven't brought it up. Probably for the same reason that they don't mention it on nbc. But how do you leave this out of the story. She's one of the many gymnasts that was sexually abused by that scumbag. Who's in the news on a semi regular basis because the court cases going on. Now i understand why you wouldn't bring this up. I guess because you know it's a terrible personal thing and or are they not wanting to Remind people oh. Yeah this gymnastics thing you know that. We're the best in the world at. Its through and through full of scumbags who would protect child rapists for the past. As long as you've been watching it's been a hotbed of child predator a predation. Yeah and they'll protect those people. Just you can continue to win gold medals. Is that the reason. It doesn't get mentioned on nbc. Ever i think most of it is that sports commentators who would handle it badly and they know it so they don't even get a big deal though. Well yeah and it's very very negative than there. Go ross sell commercials. usa usa. Sarah and you know. I can see why it wouldn't be cooled. Say here simone biles. Of course simone biles greatest gymnasts in the world. She was a victim of nassar. The doctor for years Sexually abused by. Us gymnastics and coaches covering up at here. She is in the vault. I understand why you wouldn't throw that in there well. I don't know that that's got anything to do with her. A mental problems for why she dropped out. But that's a pretty big deal. Well yeah yeah. It was a long time ago when she's won many many times since then would i don't. I don't know she for one thing. I'm humble enough to know. She has powers of concentration that are an elephant tamai fly. I could barely get through that last sentence without getting distracted. So she's like a superhuman in terms of mental focus and according to her social media posts she just couldn't why that is now at this point in her career. Maybe it's like muscles and wears out. I don't know but it's it's quite amazing. Somebody that famously focused for that long now. Just can't quite get it together. Well she was a dude. I'd be mocking her for being weaker. Baby or something Should i do that since shuttle no in the in honor of equity yet you tell you what you go ahead and equality things go ahead. I'll be signing forms in. Hr later today. If michael phelps had dropped down emotionally couldn't do it i'd be saying Oh so yeah you had a couple of problems might not be number one tonight. You can't do it anymore. I i'd have been saying that sort of asi. That makes you mad person as much. I get lost halfway through brushing my teeth. So i just. I can't criticize the best in the world for their whatever she's going through she on the hooch stumbling around the matt stepping out of bounds off of old is she on the who ch- he says smoking The ganga we'll just because other people are afraid to ask these. Perhaps for good reason but you you just go right ahead. She's on the who she's how is she now. Mid twenties twenty four hours to the fruit. She's old enough to byron. Certainly or again the hippie lettuce who knows you're on the vault you kind of whoa. I couldn't notifies the hammadi. What are they doing japan sake. jenkins michael. I don't know. I don't think so google it Anyway so that's definitely the big olympic news of the day and I gotta assume that hurts the. Us's chances for a team gold medal of she doesn't continue so It hurts them very badly very badly. that result just came out. Actually as we're speaking. do you want to give it. Well i i tell you what i will do this in less than ten seconds so just turned down your volume for ten seconds at mark russia which was banned but still gets to compete. Got the golden. We got the silver in team. All around team. Wow yeah because simone biles let down our country and we're back everybody enjoy the exciting coverage on nbc or msnbc or cnbc or peacock peacock pay bay view or. I don't have some guy. Whisper it to you in an alley. I don't know where to watch the damn events. Now if you're watching cnn or msnbc the only event in the world today is the hearings kickoff about the january sixth attack. And i watched a little of morning. Joseph on msnbc today and It was all stupid. Republicans will get the vaccination and the january sixth committee. Those are the two big stories wondering what's going on on the other side of the aisle. That's the big thing i'd forgotten. That was happening. yeah let's lee typical of the silo. News kidding absolutely no kidding but.
Myanmar's Military Coup: How We Got Here
"The country's civilian leader, Ahn Sung Souci, will remain in custody for another two days. The military staged a coup on February. 1st and people have been protesting it, but the big questions right now are why did the coup happened when it did? And what happens next? Here's NPR's Julie McCarthy. By the hundreds of thousands citizens armed only with indignation March daily against the military takeover. the escalating dangers, teachers, engineers and doctors in their scrubs demand that civilian rule be reinstated the country's defacto leader Aung Songs, Hoochie was arrested February 1st thwarting the decisive re election of her National League for Democracy. The U. N Human Rights Office is tracking more than 350 political and state officials, along with activists, journalists, monks and students who have been detained. Young gon based commentator Kinzel Win, says the atmosphere Feels like the upheaval of 1988 when the whole country went out to protest on the streets of Yangon just by comparison, at time, it ended badly. Some people shot and kills and the army taking over again. When says it is a once in a generation event, especially inflaming the young voters who came of age under me and Mars fitful transition to democracy. They don't want to even hear the name of that. C zero Power takeoff power historian thought Manu, author of the Hidden History of Burma, says over the past decade the Army had relinquished day today governing to an elected parliament. Ah hybrid arrangement that left to the generals in charge of security and believing that after surviving years of Western sanctions They were in a position of strength. But chief parliamentarian Long songs who achieved sought to change that governing model and the constitutional change she wanted was to have the army under the control of an elected government. And under the control of her and this has led to tension meant who says Souci was alert to the possibility the army would probe for an opportunity to overthrow her November's election set the stage. Souci refused to discuss any alleged irregularities at the polls, which the army claimed had reduced its share of oats. Generals took the refusal as an affront on do that feeling of disrespect comes after many years where they've also felt not properly consulted where she's had the limelight where she seeking to undermine this kind of set up that they've had over the past 10 years meant juices from the Army's point of view, the hybrid model might have worked with lesser luminaries. The generals didn't count on the 75 year old on songs. Hooches sustained Star power or that this daughter of Burma's independence hero had a taste for power that might sideline them. But she broke the mold and in a way what's happened this past week? Has been the end of that experiment to see if that system could work with her as well, innit? Kinzel Win says it's entirely possible that the Army never intended Maura than one term for young songs hoochie and they had to find every Ruthie can think of You keep her away, and now it has succeeded but meant who says it's not clear whether the generals will only be satisfied if Souci is permanently removed. The situation, he says, is difficult to read. Myanmar's military rulers have seized power during a pandemic, which has made the messiness of governing even Messier. People are hungry and financially hurting, and now they stand on balconies, banging pots and pans furious over losing their democratic experiment. Julie McCarthy. NPR news
State Department Condemns Group It Removed From Terrorist List
"Iranian backed group should not be on a terrorism list. From NPR's Michele Kelemen as he was leaving office. Former Secretary of State Mike Pompeo designated the Houthi he's as a foreign terrorist organization raising alarms from aid groups. Yemen is considered the world's worst humanitarian crisis and much of the population lives in areas controlled by the Houthi. These State Department spokesperson Ned Price says the U. S is taking the Houthi is off that list. This intent to revoke That designation has nothing to do with our view of the hooches on their reprehensible conduct, he says. The U. S will keep up the pressure on who the leaders who are fighting a Saudi backed coalition. Michele Kelemen, NPR NEWS The State Department's docks continue their upward moment. Um the Dow gained
Material Shortages, Paneled Ceilings, and To Vent or Not to Vent
"This is senior editor patron mccomb. Today I'm joined by Rob Watson digital brand manager. Hey. there. Kylie Jacques Design Editor. Hello. And producer. Jeff. Rose I. Well, it is a pleasure to see you all this morning. Thanks again for joining me. Pleasure. So I want to start off lending briefly Kylie someone commented on Itunes with regard to the podcast, and they said some very nice things many more about us. So you should definitely take a look at that. I want to encourage all of our listeners to please review the podcast it really helps us out both in terms to know that we're doing a good job and to help others find it. So if you do that for me, I would be super appreciative. That com that was dated on July twenty ninth but prior to that the most recent one was like the end of April. So. Get to. Work People. And thank you in advance I. Look At. Rob, what are you doing? What have I been doing? Well, you know. I. Keep talking about that Porch but kind of done with there's nothing new about. Other night other than last night i. just sat out there and enjoyed a glass of wine even though it's not completely done yet just sat there and watch the sunset. So drinking hooch on your new deck is the best thing ever. But actually the next project I'm not actually the next project because it's a big one is It's been so hot and Muggy lately that for years on and off have been like do do we want to pool problem is we're very particular about our garden and I would I would have wanted my daughter was little thrown up crappy pool in the backyard just to cool off but it doesn't fit into the. Landscape design apparently of our property. So So We've been totally disagree I went above ground. Pool absolutely. Fantastic. As. Long as I picked, the right would grain right? Well, I, I was going to get I was GONNA. Actually just plant some. Or Tall. Grass in front of it so that you know you can kind of hide it but the problem is I just don't have the space for that. So we've been talking about we've a narrow lot with a twenty foot setback from both sides and it's sixty feet wide. So that means we could just put something in the middle of our yard and there's not very many places to do that. We found this one garden bed that we're willing to take a chunk out of. And possibly dig in and put build a concrete soaking pool. So it's something that it's something that. Is Basically. Yeah. Basically, it's bigger than a hot TUB, but it's not something you can swim laps in. and. and. Probably. Even. Though seems kind of a bit labour-intensive thing. Probably do it with pouring slab in doing a block wall and plastering the block wall in doing stone coping in behind the why you think that sounds labor intensive. Well, actually I had. I had this great idea My. Daughter about how hard liens working on your property tactic. Even offered her a little bit more money than you're paying per hour. Maybe she could dig. Don't you dare? Rolling. So it would probably stick up about it would be right in the lawn. So probably stick up about sixteen inches out of the lawn with a stone top on it so that it would act like a garden benches well and Maybe That or not your own disaster at well, I've actually been just searching around for ideas on. Pinterest in elsewhere and phones mice examples have found some one example of some women in. The. Netherlands who built one by herself and his. All this cool stuff. All these cool details that she did is basically the same methods of construction and one of the coolest things was that Like well, this too small swim in this thing and those those jet pools you can swim in place or like thousands of dollars. While this woman bought thing, it's a it's a harness that you hook to some d rings in the corner of the pool and it doesn't same thing holds you back. Easy swam against this idea the harness. For A jet. You don't need a jet you swim in place to harness keep you from swimming forward You know I'll help dig thing if I can use it now on that. Okay. Sure to harness. Of wacky and honestly the Dickens give me really easy because. All the sand is going to be wheelbarrow downhill from the site and my my ground is all it's like a thirty. Patients one. GOING DOWNHILL My ground ground is all course sand. So a guy I dug a trench to my barn for conduct wants by hand and it was no big deal. Easy.
"hooch" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM
"Discretion which is Bogues would you consider Marla hooch getting married in the middle of the season a quote disgrace I mean I wonder the moment why she couldn't keep playing after a weekend away for a romantic honeymoon why she couldn't come back didn't really explain why she choose to leave this reminded me of kind of the current debate we've had in recent years about about play about players now leaving like on paternity leave which some people think it's completely inexcusable Habsi the keyboard and come right back now leads have you can be away for three or four or five days or seven days nobody's like this was the paternity leave of nineteen forty three forty four I don't know why she did it but I respect your choice and I respect her love for Nelson and over as you said the eight there's a woman who was almost not even in the league because of her looks if it wasn't for Dottie and kit standing up for she would be left in fort Collins Colorado so you first what a couple months she has the attention of a man marriage love letter go be happy we'll see again next season yeah it's hard for me to really resent Marla hooch finally finding love and happiness you know what's amazing is Jimmy Dugan turns into a great manager he is a guy was casted in he doesn't want to be there terrible attitude really bad skipper early on and by the end of it he is really steered the the girls in the right direction the Rockford peaches one of the best teams in the league and he begins doing it without most of his star players Marla hooch middle the order back married in the middle of the season she's gone she got home then you have Betty spaghetti who is told that her husband tragically passed away in the war so it seems like she's also gone for the team and then the trade away kit because there's friction between her and her sister Dadi and so he is gone to Racine and the bells and then the Dadi hints in their best player in the league's MVP also says you know what I'm out it's time for me to go back home with my husband so some Elgin me Dugan steers a ship that loses four of its best players perhaps the four best player the team and ride them all the way to a game seven of the championship series against the bells will rise to me you what we're seeing is Jimmy Dugan is the original Gino Auriemma pushing all the right buttons in women's sports and finding a way to win there's no question Jimmy Dugan getting the peaches to a game seven World Series after everything they lost as you just highlight is I believe it also shows.
"hooch" Discussed on When in Spain
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"hooch" Discussed on When in Spain
"Came back to food and I noticed in your book a late dinner which incidentally listeners features in my wedding spending list check back to him talk about late dinner but in a late dinner you have a chapter in the title of the Chapter Is Catheters we talk about Matanza slaughter of a pig and you talk about the products that are derived from the slaughter and booty does personally I always associate empty does extend Doda but is it fair to say that it is a mainstay of local cuisine or more than in other regions. I mean what other than impetus which any kind of meat or biproduct of a pig which is stuffed into something else while the things. Can we find out to eat? Yes we'LL Has a very very interesting culinary aspect but don't come looking for fancy food kind of complicated dishes because it's very straightforward honest to goodness stuff. Don't forget this is kind of Sabrina. A rural area in which people didn't have cash delays whatever? They had results for that using a bread to make soups and things that Migas which is fried bread crumbs Signage. Today's days With fried in a big hand with garlic punch Sometimes red peppers simple things that are extremely tries to the other thing to mention. It's very Putin is Which is produced the best payment on in the world a payment on the Lavera on is like Paprika whether people use to describe scrubbing puppet accomplishes I think misleading because that would refer to hunt the Hungarian version. Which I think Mike Sang's inferior this this. What is produced in rupp is dried and ground pepper? Which is dried in? These sheds using smoke from the home trees. Cessna Tani's autism process. This I think is really -sential flavor. Certainly one of the spices that I think that is essentially to Spanish cooking together ways of suffering. You'll find it in an open letter dishes. Hit US almost like might might use black pepper to add flavor out punch to Ta- dishes TR- instance in Canada which are kind of regional fish. I think more than any other on that uses IRA hit or essentially a lamp student was a shepherd dish Cook it up on the news as they as they traveled with their flocks and that would be a kind of pretty simple but extremely tasty steve all lamb with wine white wine garlic sometimes onion on quota To give kind good good kit if you out and about around the region around obviously you have all of your projects right on your doorstep but if you're out and about and you had to pick a village or town and within that village or town a restaurant where would you choose to go. And what would you order would be my choice? Not only because it's an extraordinary place it has probably the best preserved. Old Town This spam magnificent palaces and stoned the the old time styles signal. You wonder out. It's just amazing but in the middle of old time is a restaurant up. Theo which has become quite famous in. It's I think Leading restaurant is not a cheap teaching nice. It's it's appropriate restaurants Ause but I think anyone could should try at least once. They're done very cleverly that they've used the extra menu products that they've kind of made kind of modern version off. The local scene. Said it's kind of grow up today that then of course all around catheters these topics which is the local for top spot extreme otherwise I think one of the few regions bank where you get your top three with the drink still. I mean I think Granada is one of the few things. So I'm a top US cruel around custody Odom with certainly be among my talk experiences Followed by a really fabulous at at three. Oh that would be my choice looking at Rio tap tap as kroll followed by cafes anything on the menu that you would recommend from previous experience is one of the men who stuffy on as tasting long silent mail to single anything out of course it changes according to Watson variable seasonal cuisine. But it's no you're kind of funds and and high tech stuff is still very very linked to the kinds of flavors that you're gonNA find as you travel around the region. Stanley's great style just sounds fantastic. Well next time I'm in extramarital. Have written it down. I'm GonNa make a note and safe that. Give me a cool when you do people absolutely I wealthier love to come and visit and see your place actually so that. Was Richardson a big big? Thank you to you Paul. It was really enjoyable chatting to you. Thanks for coming along to the winning. Spain podcast also. I must mention that Paul will be leading a ten day tour of Extremadura next. May May two thousand twenty one through the Martin. Randall travel company. So if you'd like to find out more about polls tour of horror which he will be leading and it covers Art and architecture and of course food and wine then check out the Martin. Randall travel website. Which I've dropped a link in the show notes to This episode so go and give it a look if that sounds interesting fused like to explore extra anyway just before I go a quick reminder that when in Spain is on Instagram. And so please go and find when in Spain there. Please follow the account. If you'd like to see videos and photography from Spain and content that relates to all the various podcast episodes up in post in quite a few videos on there lately and sort of getting to grips with this new TV which is Instagram TV. Where you can post long videos and for those of you who are new to the one in Spain podcast. You might not know that. There is a facebook group as well which accompanies the and. Don't forget if you enjoy this podcast series. 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"hooch" Discussed on When in Spain
"Crazy trying to do this. How did they react? I think you know if people think you're crazy when you start some project inappropriate doing the wrong thing. Something wrong but I think the locals kind of go because they because we were settled keen to do what they were doing and I think they file. That's the Nice thing about living in somewhere lack of Spain. It should go both ways. I mean you know you lead from people and nations learn can learn from you know I think especially. The elderly locals have really appreciated that. What we're trying to do is is adults sudden traditional customs at like the Matanza which we do every year and fewer people actually got around today announced. It's not something Ceesay today. A lot of advice from two older villages. You remember how we stopped Lamma tanks. There is slow terrific pick Anybody might not not right. That's right yeah. The the. The annual feast is almost It's quite a complicated procedure. But it used to be bag national communities now. It was the time where you would release. Most of the make for the rest of the year plus would Is The house great universe of Spanish shop coutry and it's huge fun. I want you to kind of intense burst of work because you have to do everything there and Ben Really wants you slaughtered pig. That's it almost everything you eat is produced on your farm. I know everything but almost everything I was reading. The you produce your own olive oil and Obviously meat from your picks. You have met your soap. He's not right from the fat from the pigs that you rare. That's right Fighting counter intuitively. I would think from from Greece for many Greece. Participating site Rancid oil oil and fats and is not nearly as difficult as you think. Actually I've discovered that with a lot of these things that people used to do these things in even the UK not that long ago people got side. Maybe we'll see returns. Will these traditional cross but yeah we have one around vegetables fruit? We have not only pool mate but we will soon have lab. So he keeps sheet. We have rabbits as well for me. So because we're missing but we have Arrangements with befall McNair. We are inbred Awry so hee haw every every year so east looking around the table and realizing everything where aging is has been produced in a sounds. Amazing Nevin. Yarden you're not producing rain wine not yet go that mainly because it's not something that I'm particularly proud of it. It's kind of soul in my side. I have made watch the last twenty years but it's it's really difficult of any of the things I try and do the wine tradition and extend Innes politics of notes very well established. They make something cool. Vino THE CAMERA. Which is very rustic very oxidized. Strong is is not a northern wine. But it's still pulp in Bosnia and so on the place that was being out hit very old fines that was definitely a steep learning cavs winemaking in every year. That goes by things can go wrong on. Usually I was gonNA say must be at the beginning. I mean oversee. Now you have years of experience and expertise under your belt but I imagine the mini at the beginning. It's must be daunting thing to be faced with Olive Groves. And how would you vote them? And how'd you harvest them ingrain wine and rearing animals and all of these things I imagine? It must be pretty overwhelming at the beginning at a very steep learning curve. Did you have any crazy? Things happen amusing problems that cropped up during the learning process. This was the story of the pig that gets up off timing being dispatched in starts running around that sort of nightmare that you will pray. Pray when that happened but that she did once I was GonNa tell you about distilling which I think is legal as often happens in Spain. Things are kind of negotiable. Anyway we borrow this culprit stale from a neither. We began stealing the skins leftover from the wine harvest to each other. How will I think is cooled Ranchera and that has being quite fun? You have to remember not to use the first alcoholic drink child because that's me thought alcohol which is Chancey Blind essentially year. We tried that learning. We know about this Detail so that we got some of the worst headaches I've ever had in my life a batch anyways who could phone. I thought you were going to say the still exploded or something. There's another year when it came out blue for some reason. Look just let methylated spirits. My God I'm intrigued about The olives is that is that something. That's quite easy to cultivate and harvest olives. I'm imagine it's quite a big job. When it comes to harvest it is a big job but the great thing about olives you kind of make or at home. There's one thing you just come up to. You have to take the two on Alma Sada on audit mail and people think it's all very rustic and picturesque but in fact these males are now that high tech and you won't find anyone milling on a stone stone mail it tools centrifuges and Titan machinery. And they'll do it for you. So essentially the work involved is taking care of the trees pruning visualizing keeping that drove on picking. Picking is pretty hard work that involves laying Matt's loonies Trees Neither whacking them with sticks. What she picking behind? What we did very painstaking. Do you recruit some of the locals to help you with that. Yeah we try and work with local people. Kids young people who need the work. Yeah we have Medications we have used let go labor. It does tend to make more expensive. I'm trying to do must val cells. I was GONNA ask you. Actually we have a surplus of projects that you you sell it to the local communities that Ryan yet we bought we have The quantity really to sell commercially either in Spain anywhere else but we do WANNA sections that we act as dealers full local variety of lemon. Cousy Moon Lemon Lemon the lunar. That's just very very high quality type. Lemons that Colin Levin because it flowers once a month on like most Lemon Karachi's shocked. I think twice a year. And it's the kind of rustic old heritage variety that we sell in the K. Through a comfortable three in Giza he distribution company full Spanish products and they also have restaurants spas. And so that's something. We do was salary products but we we buy lemons from grow as vintage another nearby villages and send them all to to London whereas story much appreciate it. I haven't heard that before. You're listening to winning Spain. We're talking extremadura with often journalist. Paul Richardson Stay tuned. As we explore extra food and cover some beautiful places to visit in Spain's for gotten region. You're listening to winning Spain. Oh let's talk about Extramadura. Obviously why you live. And you're in the northern part of Extremadura. The listeners who may not be familiar it's the region of Spain which borders Portugal. And I didn't know I've I've I've been guilty of saying this and I've heard other people saying it and maybe it's a bit of a cliche describing excellent Madura as a bit of the forgotten region of Spain Spain. The people overlook it. Do you think that's true? Is that changing? I've noticed Extremadura being put on the map a little bit more in recent years or do you think it's still a pop. Spain which people forget about I think is easily forgotten about his very little populated in one of the problems. It faces in steeple relation list emptying out. It's one of the poorest regions suspended if not the poorest it's loops of agriculture to about ninety percent and has industry which is possible southern advantage in some ways because very little development industry or Relation it's out of the way. It's very bad communicates it? I mean the trains are a joke. polls show or jokes about about trains which are little regional. Things with three carriages. That kind of rattled out of Madrid and breakdown off Wei and Mahnaz. Gasol catch fly all the way in which. I think you could say that. We all about connected with outright. So we do have very much wise but closest landlocked if you will into the sea in Costa I'm Hostages that we face Accumulative those of us. Who ARE HERE. Have a reasons? I think you'd probably have to count alert to discover what is what is it. Fear that makes it unique If you compare it to other regions of Spain are we talking about the landscape? The people the climate the fade. Which I'd like to talk about in a minute. I think what makes it? Unique is the sense of scale that you feel as you drive.
"hooch" Discussed on When in Spain
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China's foreign ministry not happy over China flight cancellations
"Says China is not happy with nations who've cancel flights into and out of China the foreign ministry spokeswoman hooch tone young coming out and talking about this not going against the recommendations of the W. H. O. and the civil aviation authorities as well that they had said that it was not to I recommend it to cancel flights when all the fourteen countries and territories right now have and now the World Health Organization has been critical as well because it did not recommend cancellations or think they were necessary but today the director general of saying the W. H. show does not know a lot about the virus Blankley we shadowboxing we need to bring this virus out into the light so we can attack the property Dr general doctor Ted rose good braces says they have learned a lot it's hard to believe that just two months ago this virus was unknown to us we have already learned so much about the but they still don't know the source the transmissibility or its weaknesses China meanwhile is finish building the second new hospital isolate to and treat patients of the corona virus as concerns about corona continue to grow several international universities are canceling their study abor abroad