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"ian ham" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

77WABC Radio

08:51 min | 2 years ago

"ian ham" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

"John John bashes show hello Giles under his new biography of John Marshall tells me to go very quickly here because though John Marshall is a life fully live and he is involved intimately involved practices in Virginia and also the politics and statesmanship of United States of America which at this point is going through a transformation from the articles of confederation to a constitution which is then blessed by all the conventions and George Washington is elected the first president I need to go all the way through Washington's two terms to come to the farewell dinner March Friday March third seventeen ninety seven is my date when Washington gathers everyone including John Adams who will succeed him in them in the Mara when he's sworn in as president he he grew and grew he greets the mall and he gives them a toasted his farewell toast but importantly this is a moment to explicate the tensions that have emerged in Washington's two cabinets hello I'm my notes down to Jefferson versus everybody else what is Jefferson that is distinct they're all with the rolled Virginians what is his distinction from Washington and from the other federalist well Jefferson was sent as ambassador to France by the eighty eight confederation Congress before project with president washing was elected and that he spent several years there as ambassador became enamored of the French Revolution and the takeover of government the overthrow of the monarchy the takeover of government by ordinary people on the streets by revolutionaries he really just actually absorb this into our system and when president Washington was elected and have to former cabinet a judge Franklin was too old he needed a secretary of state Franklin was the most obvious candidate but he was too old John Adams would have been a great candidate but he was elected vice presidents of the the only man with real experience overseas was Jefferson any name Jefferson secretary of state from the first Jefferson was a thorn in Washington side and especially in Alexander Hamilton side Alexander Hamilton also a hero of the revolution of great officer if wanted Yorktown let colonel is an eight to Washington for many years and in the during the war he was a federalist who believed in a strong federal government to get this nation going get get our government operations he was named secretary of treasury Ian ham and Jefferson were odds from the beginning about what type of government we should have a strong executive or a week executive a figure head Washington was not about to be a figure head and little by little Washington strengthens the executive branch of government until now it's time to elect a new president and Jefferson runs against John Adams of the vice president under Washington and Adams wins with Jefferson is getting the second most votes and automatically in those days becoming vice president and from the first he starts fighting Adams and indeed is Jefferson almost on the verge of committing treason he asks state legislatures to nullify federal laws that with which they disagree saying that the constitution I got it all wrong and that this is not we the people that this is a compact among the states and the states have the right to determine which laws are legal or not legal so this was the at the beginning of the great battle for government control between Hamilton Jefferson Alan bir also had as I said on on the presidency and and I did John Adams of these tangles are important as we go forward and John Marshall's life because early in the atoms of for a term John Adams only serves one term John Marshall the elevated because he sent to France to negotiate with tally ran the rascal foreign minister for the directory late in the eighteenth century this is before Bonaparte becomes the dictator and Talleyrand is the devious man who understands and hates America he spent time here who knows why his passions he's a stranger but he's a villain to Marshall and the others who go to negotiate with him because he wants to be bribed and they refuse that elevates Marshall when he returns is that right hello Bob Marley Marshall is celebrated because he refuses Talleres absolutely and we are ready to go to war with France and and and finally the French to pitch away and Marshall although he was only one of three emissaries to France he is hailed as a hero fellow he comes from Virginia of course which is central to all of all the goings on in American politics at that time he had already gained some of saying before then as a champion of the kind of constitutional ratification in the Virginia ratification convention in which he was one of those who argued successfully for ratification of the constitution Jeffers Virginia was of course a critical state at that time late in Adams this term in fact so late that he knows he's he's he's defeated already he starts packing the courts with men who see is he dies and Marshall is one of the man who sees as Adams does because Jefferson's coming in the room the Jeffersonian Republicans are coming in and a wide to see if what it what is he choose Marshall to be the chief justice's the print court because as you say at this point the three justice Chief Justice is so far have had very little to do a thing John Jay was so bored he resigned exactly the first for Supreme Court justices eleven years before John Marshall that had only eleven cases so that many cases before the Supreme Court there weren't that many laws on the books yet and certainly not much people were too busy claiming landed to file a lawsuit but what happened was that just the Jeffersonian's were coming into power and they were going to really dismantle the whole federal government and Adams was not going to see that I was not gonna let that happen he had already appointed Marshall secretary of state more than a year before the end of his term Marshall had been a fantastic sectors state had been at John Adams is right hand man and alter ego and in fact of people were sent he he was actually the acting president at one point when Adams went home to Massachusetts for the summer vacations he was really responsible for getting the planning of what Washington DC done in the summer of seventeen ninety nine and show he was secretary of state he was very effective he was trusted by John Adams he was a an absolutely confirm federalists he was going to protect this government and the constitution and Adams had to name a new Supreme Court justice Supreme Court Chief Justice he didn't know whom the name he turned and looked at Marshall and said I believe I shall have to name you and so he did and that Marshall then began at thirty five years on the Supreme Court became the longest serving Chief Justice in American history but first he had to battle Tom Jefferson and when we come back Marshall versus a Jefferson the book is John Marshall the Chief Justice to save the union Harlow Giles Unger's the author I'm John bash or this is the John 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"ian ham" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

77WABC Radio

08:49 min | 2 years ago

"ian ham" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

"I'm John bass John Batchelor show hello Giles numbers new John marsh compels me to go very quickly here because though John Marshall is a life fully live and he is involved intimately involved practices in Virginia and also the politics and statesmanship of United States of America which at this point is going through a transformation from the articles of confederation to a constitution which is then blessed by all the conventions and George Washington is elected the first president I need to go all the way through Washington's two terms to come to the farewell dinner March Friday March third seventeen ninety seven is my date when Washington gathers everyone including John Adams who will succeed him in them in the Mara when he's sworn in as president he he grew and grew he greets the mall any gives them a toasted his farewell toast but importantly this is a moment to explicate the tensions that have emerged in Washington's two cabinets hello I my notes down to Jefferson versus everybody else what is Jefferson that is distinct they're all the rolled Virginians what is his distinction from Washington and from the other federalist well Jefferson was sent as ambassador to France by the eighty confederation Congress before project with president washing was elected and he spent several years there as ambassador became enamored of the French Revolution and the takeover of government the overthrow of the monarchy the takeover of government by ordinary people on the streets by revolutionaries he really just actually absorb this into our system and when president Washington was elected and have to former cabinet a judge Franklin was too old he needed a secretary of state Franklin was the most obvious candidate but he was too old John Adams would have been a great candidate but he was elected vice presidents of the the only man with real experience overseas was Jefferson any name Jefferson secretary of state from the first Jefferson was a thorn in Washington side and especially in Alexander Hamilton side Alexander Hamilton also a hero of the revolution a great officer if wanted Yorktown let it was colonel is an eight to Washington for many years and in during the war he was a federalist who believed in a strong federal government to get this nation going and get get our government operations he was named secretary of treasury Ian ham and Jefferson were at odds from the beginning about what type of government we should have a strong executive or a week executive a figure head Washington was not about to be a figure head and little by little Washington strengthens the executive branch of government until now it's time to elect a new president and Jefferson runs against us John Adams of the vice president under Washington and Adams wins with Jefferson is getting the second most votes and automatically in those days becoming vice president at from the first he starts fighting Adams and indeed is Jefferson almost on the verge of committing treat and he asks state legislatures to nullify federal laws that with which they disagree saying that the constitution I've got it all wrong that this is not we the people that this is a compact among the states and the states have the right to determine which laws are legal or not legal so this was the at the beginning of the great battle for government control between Hamilton Jefferson Alan bir also had as I said on on the presidency and and as did John Adams these tangles are important as we go forward and John Marshall's life because early in the Adams for a term John Adams only serves one term John Marshall the elevated because he sent to France to negotiate with tally ran the rascal foreign minister for the directory late in the eighteenth century this is before Bonaparte becomes the dictator and Talleyrand is the devious man who understands and hates America he spent time here who knows why his passions he's a stranger but he's a villain to Marshall and the others to go to negotiate with him because he wants to be bribed and they refuse that elevates Marshall when he returns is that right hello Bob Marley Marshall is celebrated because he refuses tally absolutely and we are ready to go to war with France and and and finally the French to pitch away and Marshall although he was only one of three emissaries to France he is hailed as a hero fellow he comes from Virginia of course which is central to all of all the goings on in American politics at that time he had already gained some of fame before then as a champion of the kind of constitutional ratification in the Virginia ratification convention in which he was one of those who argued successfully for ratification of the constitution Jeffers Virginia was of course a critical state at that time late in Adams this term in fact so late that he knows he's he's he's defeated already he starts packing the courts with men who see is he dies and Marshall is one of the man who sees as Adams does because Jefferson's coming in there the Jeffersonian Republicans are coming in and a wide to see if what it what is he choose Marshall to be the chief justice's spring court because as you say at this point the three justice Chief Justice is so far have had very little to do a thing John Jay was so bored he resigned exactly and the first for Supreme Court justices eleven years before John Marshall that had only eleven cases so short that many cases before the Supreme Court there weren't that many laws on the books yet and certainly not much people were too busy claiming lender to file a lawsuit but what happened was that just the Jeffersonian's were coming into power and they were going to really dismantle the whole federal government and Adams was not going to see that I was not gonna let that happen he had already appointed Marshall secretary of state more than a year before the end of his term Marshall had been a fantastic sectors state had been at John Adams is right hand man and alter ego and in fact of people were sent he he was actually the acting president at one point when Adams went home to Massachusetts for the summer vacations he was really responsible for getting the planning of what of Washington DC done in the summer of seventeen ninety nine and show he was secretary of state he was very effective he was trusted by John Adams he was a an absolutely confirm federalists he was going to protect this government and the constitution and Adams had to name a new Supreme Court justice at the Supreme Court Chief Justice he didn't know whom the name he turned and looked at Marshall and said that I believe I shall have to name you and so he did and that Marshall then began at thirty five years on the Supreme Court became the longest serving Chief Justice in American history but first he had to battle Tom Jefferson and when we come back Marshall versus a Jefferson the book is John Marshall the Chief Justice to save the union Harlow Giles Unger's the author I'm John bachelor this is the John 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"ian ham" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

MyTalk 107.1

08:22 min | 2 years ago

"ian ham" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

"The lights on or not that when you open the door to leave the truck and he took the keys with the you know you're being beeped at like a live live hello you lights are on your lights are on so then you have to go back and turn it on to the auto but gold check that out please because I was behind a guy a couple weeks ago when it was rated and I mean there was no tail lights you'll be and it was raining pretty doggone good so that's why even though you might have had like you do need those tail lights on so check that out would you please all right so check that out now the good right Carly to check that out I am yes I knew you would I'm on it after the show today that's what I'm doing your car on and then turn on a lime yeah and then but it still okay and then the cats videos are coming up on August eighth goal to my talk and the key word cats and what's gonna do is I'm sure out there folks you got a lot of footage of cats where the B. your cat neighbor's cat or whatever type thing because you're taking submissions to air on the big screen down at half CHS fake field on August eighth so go to my top one is the one that calm and then but I've cut in the search box put cats and then scroll down you can get your tickets or what you do to is you can submit videos that might be chosen so we got him on your phone you can download no more what how whatever it's a two thousand nineteen video submission through the new the new to source link all right so but it's all it's all right there to scroll down all the way down is a big brighter than office rather bright pink he's got the new source local there and then if you want your name last name and read it and then you can download your so if you want your cat you've got great good cat video if he got a kitten kittens are the ones that really give me a lot they do such funny things he jumped the role they do everything I was trying to take some of the kittens that I have some footage of it but you never fails you know when the cameras on they don't do nothing the minute you shut it off is like then they become funnier than hacking us so it was so yeah so download an old in your guy cat video footage or even a good picture of your cat send it through so one of my top one also one dot com enter key word cats I then you can buy your tickets to go and then you can submit your video submission all right and I would go from there okay okay hi Dr yes how you doing but the only way the if I get up I don't know yeah my face there he hecho better how's everything with you good I hear yeah I hear you're on the move yeah the new office space Hey well soon soon it will be set up to Lisa Hanna Terry echo god this week to get yourself together and then exactly to start on August are August July I think it is eight that you know Monday is at the this money is no but anyway yeah it is Monday through Friday appointments this week but you may be right new so they got to check out your website on your new address and so as soon as I get it up there okay there you go yeah we moved all the way from ham lake to and over yeah we say two miles west yeah because not a you know it's not like you know you are Ian ham lake and now you're in a diner so that's that's right not that far yet now now you're in a handled so that's good in Cairo you made it through another week yes I did hello yeah good good yeah you got a little tanned there yeah the sunscreen failed me yeah well sometimes it I've just Cinco if you didn't use it how what you would what color yeah I probably would actually be S. all right Terry tomatoes so yeah there you go and this past Thursday I went to pet stuff in Minnetonka was with that don and Steve I show they did they there's there's still live there for pets stuff I want to thank Tom he was great down there great holes and then we had a we had a lot of fun and thank you for everybody that showed up and hopefully the new the new callers that we your body to and we get you going on the star mark caller is working wonders Fauria and things are going and good things are going for the right caller makes all the difference to dog training so anyway okay let's see what you eat what you we visit first acted yes well with many option I know and what you would do first probably fourth of July because that's like next up well yeah we only got what we got two minutes yeah I'm I will okay let's start with the fourth of July okay go for it first of all why can't they make fireworks that do not make a sound is what I know if they can do it too they can make fire were said don't make sound that is just pretty so I was really yes you do the app I think people like the noise I know they do so one of my clients told me that she has she took her own headphones and adjusted them to fit her dog they do make I don't know if their noise canceling headphones but they do make up which are called marked months yes March two months yeah she looked at them but then kind of made her own out of her own headphones and fashion something so that it sort of five that attach is under the dog's head as well yeah and chief she said that she finds that very affected I was gonna bring it up yeah the dog and mom do write it because I think obviously that's why deaf dog that used to be Thunderbirds are at the dog that is we send a probe of fire work you know and they go deaf dear no not exact up as a kid to take that noise away Catholic noise also there's much months out there there's also is called happy hoodie is what it is it is a head wrapped the goals around and if they're getting like especially with long your dogs it would help more because it pushes your the rap pushes it years culture to the head so it's going to muffle that sounds so happy hoodies another one and then there are a lot of my mouse is a brand and then there's also like canine avid navigator something like that four dogs a flight airplanes a lot they do a little bit more of a sound proof type but what has to do when you use those kind of things you have to obviously the doc has to get used to having something on their head a lot of dogs don't like that so you got to do like a teaching how to wear a muzzle you know put a muzzle on Pat Pat Pat take the muzzle off give a treat give the tree put a muzzle on Pat Pat but you know I mean as a lot of this association so that is a pleasing thing and that it will work and I heard with Cassandra they got the much moths no they got the aviator canine aviator ones for they're more expensive for their dog Dixie when they flew an airplane and so what is said instructions we start the plane up but the my son okay delegate count to ten set the plane off take the my stuff okay turn the plane I'm okay and then but the my son and it is she said it was like Dixie said okay yeah leave the line I I like that better right and and she kept it up so after three times of you just that's cool yeah it's worked out really good so every does you'd be different and I tried the Mike must with a Gillian and end the matter what I did he would he do you know if I get a mine and it then I I do is to take it take it said now that I think what's so the month month much what must I not gonna work for everything but the happy forty thing but he has more perked ears and Saudi Debbie's interested if anybody has tried happy forty or the month months you know please call and let us know you know what your thoughts how it works six one six four one one oh seven one what yeah I guess you have for dot with operate years it's a little bit more complicated yeah yep yeah that's yeah because otherwise if they have floppy ears you basically are pushing him yeah you leave that your flaps down right so you're not trying to lift your flap and put the thing up against the dog's ear canal ray leaving your flap down and put it kind of over the top of the years but you have to have separate years there's a little more challenging I think the member that cow like that you when you're for Christmas the what you could probably yeah okay the Cali wind that around his head with a good idea three times maybe it would even fit for time yeah okay yeah the people just call us the cars that are right in the city skyline okay thank you you knew that ask but yes I know that's a good idea to try yeah you're out which way his years ago to go yep yep because he is a kind of go out and tip is what they do yes so maybe maybe be easiest for them to go forward yeah yeah I'll have to single okay we're gonna have to where we at their Carly kinds and what you do are you doing homework or one all okay I'm getting stuff on your website yeah local so let's do trivia this movie okay looted and our we act okay I don't know which one you want to do okay what is the most common name for a goldfish what is the most common name for goldfish will be back Hey it's Colleen and I'll be emceeing the.

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"ian ham" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

12:21 min | 2 years ago

"ian ham" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

"Thanks for micro. We've been jammed all years. Go ahead, buddy. Hey, how you doing? Thanks for letting me get on. One thing. My dad was a great question. You put Jesse Rogers. Where would eat y m Jiminez d if he stayed in a couple organizations and that, and he probably had the ability like, I said, it's his feelings back that his callers put out, but you know, Jim rice played a marginal left. He'll George bell. Did when I took MVP also. And he probably would be that the cups. Both desks natural right handed hitter. They brought up in the organizations or you know, that's the outfield prospect, maybe since Billy Williams as far as power say Lou BRAC, you don't just kidding with you. My question is for Fred, Fred, I hate the beat a dead horse on this. Manny Machado miss still by the White Sox. But Forbes came out saying last year to White Sox had an income of seventy seven million dollars with a terrible year, losing one hundred games, thousands of FTC could you you know, if you took away thirty two million dollars, a fat say put it on the shadows. That he would have still make forty five million last year. There'd be fans filling up the stadium. Selling memorabilia, concessions? So ridiculous that they didn't make him on the fight straight three hundred ten million dollars field. They weren't gonna do it. Because you only Ryan said, listen, I'll pay him three fifty. But he's got him show that he's going to be here. I'm not gonna pay got play in years nine and ten that was Ryan's drugs opinion. They weren't going to change that thanks again, buddy. Okay. Yes, sir. Three two three seven seven zero be great to have Manny Machado. It'd be wonderful have Manny Machado. Third base sacks founder third baseman elvi- moving their second baseman over there. Here's the back of the envelope fun. Okay. Back to the envelope. Math. The cubs inside. Sources tell me and this will relate this to the socks the cubs. Consider about eighty bucks coming through for every fan that comes in and the average, and that's the price of the ticket which can range from three hundred dollars two hundred dollars down to fifteen dollars or whatever on the Padres at night in freezing weather. You know in April they look at eighty dollars. And that's the food that might be bought the president ticket. I don't know what the Whiteside. Let's say sixty dollars for round numbers because their tickets on his high priced, you know, so if the white sites were to draw one million more fans. Then it'd be sixty million dollars. If they drew five hundred thousand more, vans, that'd be about thirty million more. And so you'd have to draw about four five hundred thousand more fans to pay, you know, demand immature, and I'm not making a editorials dimensions like numbers. And so I don't know if that's appealing to an owner of any team, if we spend thirty million on his player, we're gonna maybe, you know, some five hundred thousand it's and that would cover the nut of of that, you know, but TV goes up, maybe other Reverend I don't know. I'm not smart enough to know. That's just sort of interesting to know each team has a rule of thumb for every ticket sold. Here's the average of what will bring an eighty bucks or or sixty bucks. So it wasn't. It wasn't the point of him not wanting to spend the money and I'm seeing him. I mean, Jerry Reinsdorf he did not want to pay. A guy to not play years nine and ten he was going to pay the money for everybody that you know, they did work. They said three fifty for ten years if you can play in those it wasn't quote, guaranteed, and the reason the White Sox lost out is because there was one other team out of the thirty that said we'll guarantee you that money, and it was the Padres. So I mean, people can complain all they want but Reinsdorf it's it's rides ORF is his job to run the team. He wasn't going to pay the guy for years nine and ten if he can't play. Let's see Manny Machado is playing in years nine and ten and how the Padres feel paying thirty million dollars to somebody who's not playing the game. Three three two three seven seven six. Mike is next. Heights, Chicago hide several Mike. Hey, good morning guys. Hey, you know, the other night the cubs struck out sixteen times. And you know, I understand it was a cold night and everything. But this swore six in a row. I couldn't believe it six in a row, and then he taps out. You know, does he need glasses? I I'll give him mine. You know? I, you know, I just it's it's unbelievable. How this guy, you know? He's tones down. He, you know, look, you know, lost weight. You know, strengthening any can't he can't even hit the ball. It's a mystery Mike and Mike and Fred, yes. Now dovetail this back to the topic of the Eli trade which was in the middle of twenty seventeen. Now, dead time feel had Schwab and left and Hayward and right as he's. Still, you know, basically does today. Now, he's got down there. He needs pitching at that point in time. Schwarzer was you know, I don't wanna say can't miss because everybody could miss as we see off. And now, you know, Ian ham, but he wasn't gonna trade Schwab over because he needed he wanted to win. Right. Then you know, he wanted to win right now again back to back. He couldn't wait for ally unit half. We couldn't trade Schwab in retrospect, I remember rickets Mike and front of a couple of weeks ago in our staging as well, you know, the problem with the previous regime sometimes you have to not win every year not played a win every year. Now, if they said, let's trade trouble on the values Highland stick. You know, someone outlet feel for you to but they backed themselves into a pickle, but they didn't get enough. Really? But surer I got no answer for you. Mike. I don't know what happened to him. Hopefully for cubs fans. It's just you know, two weeks slump to replace it. I hope so. Glasses. What? Senate for prescription. I leave my glances someone's going to steal someone else. What are the odds? It'd be the same Mike. Thanks, buddy. You got it pretty shit. Yeah. Even you steal someone's glasses. You don't have the same prescription costs four hundred dollars to change the lenses, isn't that cheap. What's the deal alleges is ridiculous? Lenses don't cost nearly as much money as the you know changing. But. The cantata deal was made July thirteenth of two thousand seventeen coming up on the deadline, right? The Justin Verlander deal. The Astros was lactobacillus. Right. But he was certainly available. Yeah. Well, I shouldn't say certainly most likely vailable, then we'll you would have thought that you would have thought that if you offer Detroit alignment as Dylan cease at that point. You would have been able to get a Justin Verlander that would have changed his religious sided two year extension for sixty six million c can Tanna and I call him a five hundred pitcher, okay? What is going to be ten and ten twelve? He's going to give you the innings Smith's a little missile Jesse was on a little earlier, and after quality starts, he did all the reasons for Kentucky, not just cups or even with socks. Whatever though was a good sample size. He had twenty two quality starts after after those twenty two games. Seven and nine. Yeah. Can't put two together with a five year eight it'll be interesting to see what he does is next outing. And I don't know like Jesse said, maybe he gets confident. Those are the mound forgets little things let's up a little bit. But he's a gallon was always a two hundred inning pitcher with the White Sox. He did for like three or four years in a row. And since he's come to the cubs. He's been one eighty six seventy seven now some of that has to do with Joe also at times, maybe going to peddle a little bit earlier in the analytics and all those things that facing a guy from the third time and everything else, which is really popped up over the last couple of years. Can I say something by Gile of Joe Madden? Be careful what you wish for rickets, and THEO it's all about the money in my opinion. All the other stuff is outfits Gatien, just muddying the water. They don't wanna pay the manager six million next year. But now, they've all all this. And that and isn't that it's amiable now, it's not it's all money. That's my opinion. But. And I love you. I'm always gonna let Joe when it's cold out. Fred the guys from Pennsylvania. Yeah. And now, I don't I don't mind. I I used to hate it the players wearing a mask. Okay. You know, if if none taly it helps them, you know, I remember Ned Colletti a longtime general manager Nelson. Right. I don't care about anything. They do with their uniform or that if they think help some fine. Okay. So instead of changed on that so seven of the eight cubs out there because I don't think the can penalty pitchers allowed to well. I don't think so but seven of the eight had the mask, and I'll tell you know, what I used to bum. But then on the Joe and they're looking at the other dugout Clint hurdle with the pirates. He's got baseball camp on the Patriot Act. Got ten thousand layers underneath. I don't care. But then you look over Joe, and he's got the stocking cap by like he's Jimmy Shays for goodness sakes up in the booth. The Shays orange blanket wrapped around his shoulders. Not a good luck. Cubby blue casper. And a good line is you can go on. Hunting. Now, you know with your on, right? Joe's doubt, the the hood from the cubs jacket over his head. He lets freezing. Now he gets thrown out of the game right now. No problem with that. A lot of people cynically wanted to go get warm or see his when he did he then I'm parent was bad for both teams. And he was trying to hurry up the game though, because they started early because the rain was coming, right? So the every strike. No matter where to pitch was. So does Bodey up. There is below his knees and Josiah's not a strike. So Joanna their intentionally to get thrown out real. No that because it's an automatic rule as we go out in the evenings. That don't come out. Don't come out. You're out of the game. And it wasn't a big win. Mill. Heave ho. It was his goal you're out. But Joe wanted to try to expand get the zone right for his pitcher and for his hitters. So I have no problem with that. But to where that stocking cap, I didn't even like it when they were winning in sixteen so not being a hypocrite. That was the same day that couch Warburton, we're long sleeves and and Douglas didn't he didn't either. But did you see when divers Bannon he headlong sleeves? I didn't see that. And whoever was well, he put a long shirt on bet. I don't think you back in took off his jersey put on a threat. He must have had some type of slide on sleeve type thing, right? I wouldn't think so because otherwise when you swing man warm would come well. I don't know. Carvers the compression things the NBA guys all where three three two three seven seven six Murphy, and Fred we'll get all the results from the Twitter poll when we return from Phillips raise Felix, he ready when we come back last chance vote right now come fans. Do you regret that can trade SOX fans is the trade even better because you fleece, the cubs and the fun White Sox SOX fans, are you going to get back to five hundred you MRs owing to come Vince. We'll get back to five hundred vote now three three three three seven seven six.

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"ian ham" Discussed on The CultCast - Cult of Mac

The CultCast - Cult of Mac

04:37 min | 2 years ago

"ian ham" Discussed on The CultCast - Cult of Mac

"Even know what to call them teams of people that are going through and making sure that content is quote, unquote, appropriate Yanni's, but you're telling China doesn't have any sensors. They don't care what conduct cabins in the US. And I'm sure it China everything you probably can't even use tick tock, but they're making it for a US audience. They don't care how bad it is. So that's my first pick tick tock, it's free, by the way. And if you've heard about it, it's been in the news a lot recently for lots of reasons, I won't talk about here. But but it's probably entertaining. I've been enjoying it. Okay. What do you got for us Louis? All right. Well, so I got a couple of cookbooks. Oh, yeah. Wasn't expected left field. Right. You know, it's just got back from Italy and Spain and really got. I mean, I've been daily a lot but Spain into a couple of times, and I really, you know, something pretty awesome about Spanish, Spanish cooking and in Barcelona. Wall to wall. Amazing restaurants, everywhere you go. It's a lot like San Francisco in that. There's all kinds of food. Right. I mean, it's like everything you could imagine. But we were always just looking out looking for like, you know, Pinto bars you've heard of you know, what a pin show is you ever heard that term. Is it like taps something? Yeah. But they're like little basically little half sandwiches. It's like a piece of bag or something with. So, you know, some fish on it or a sausage or whatever. And you go into these bars over there, and you get like, they basically just have them all out. Right. If you pinch oh bar. They have all these things on the counter, and you just go up to take a plate. And you just say grab this you grab that ask them. Hey, what what in the world is this? Sometimes you can't tell and at the end of the night. Get your Bill by handing over each one comes at a little toothpick in it. Right. And sometimes they're color-coded toothpicks. One might be read 'em one black. Of time. They're all saying price. Whatever the night, you just gonna here's my plate. And I got, you know, seven toothpicks, they charge you seven euros, or whatever, you know. I'm sorry seven-year-old. I was instructed that you're not supposed to use the s don't use the seven year. Oh, excuse. Thank you. How get it. Right. Anyway. So it really got us interested in Spanish cooking. And so I I've been reading a book, I don't know how to pronounce this book. That's unfortunate thing it's spelled like curate with a little emphasis over the us. So it's probably like karate day authentic Spanish food American kitchen. It's beautiful book amazing recipes. It's written by this woman. Katie button new as a restaurant, I think he's in North Carolina, South Carolina. Anyway, just really kind of amazing amazing potatoes. The other day, you know, you make these potatoes you boil them in the super salty water super salty, and you basically boil the water away the 'tatoes are kind of covered with this like salty crust. And then you you covered up with the sauce mate of like, salon tro, parsley, and or Reagan and garlic and olive oil really super fresh green sauce dump on their super delicious. Sounds good. So that was an awesome book. And it has a lot of interesting things. There's another book also talking about Spanish food called shock utopia the soul of Spain. And this queue Theriault cute Torri. I'll give you links. These things you'll have to this is awesome. Because it talks all about the Spanish butchering and meet. Curing techniques, and they're really into Barikot ham. Just like Italy has. Pursuit. Oh, right. They've done a beer, Ian ham. And it's pigs raised on these kinda walnut and there anyway, if you go over there. Of course, cherry so, and it's not soy resource. It's the real deal, and it's pretty awesome, man. It's a pretty interesting book again, you know, really like interesting stories really deep deep exposure to this whole weird like butchering, and how they make the how they make the sausages and things, you know, it's like the term for this time honored tradition of like you go out and everybody goes out to the shack and for like two days, and they make this food..

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