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Pioneering Black doll Baby Nancy enters Toy Hall of Fame

AP News Radio

00:46 sec | 2 weeks ago

Pioneering Black doll Baby Nancy enters Toy Hall of Fame

"That twenty twenty inductees to the national toy hall of fame have been announced of the twelve finalists three toys made it twenty twenty inductees to the national toy hall of fame are the doll baby Nancy sidewalk chalk hand toppling game Jenga that announcement made by Chris bench the chief curator at the strong museum who adds it's no accident that the inductee these are always announced during election week it has been great to have it on the Thursday after election day because whether your candidate has won or lost or whether like this year you still don't know it is nice to know that there are some things like plate that can unite us all I Shelley Adler

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"jenga" Discussed on KFC Radio

KFC Radio

08:13 min | Last month

"jenga" Discussed on KFC Radio

"Dj has played this I. Feel like this was big when I was in high school like for proms and Shit like that people are going I i. feel like this is like when I was in high school, this would come on during basketball games all the time is being played. Now this was this was a big one. This was a life changer oh man. South Carolina. It's a big thing for play, Carolina Mass. Yeah. I mean it's a whole fucking performance right? Yeah I mean listen Casey. Euro Weirdo you and John Weirdos, why do I have to have this conversation got to leave. Well. He's not on the show. Well Yeah. But like you're gonna I, need my I need somebody to back me up here. I don't know honestly. I. Know I know were Weirdos. But what I don't understand is why the hug yesterday is what did it I mean? We all felt very. If? Felt like you know you went in there and hugged him and we're like trying to like solidify your pick I was. Yeah, I mean it's Weird I. Mean it's not weird. It's well, it is weird because your coworkers what It's like you know we're GONNA like. We're going to like it was like a hug from behind it was weird. I don't know what you of all people are surprised. I'm not surprised I always thought you guys are Weirdos but that's like that's fine you. Like Other people are seeing it now, I think people have been seeing Lake Yeah. On on camera during a draft no. No Camera. I've seen it. So on camera. Yeah. How did you see I? Think you know stool scenes or something I think? Maybe I didn't see the aftermath of it. I don't know. But again, I don't I don't think that it's weird I mean I realize that people think that John and I have a weird friendship but his girlfriend and I also very close friends and so it's just a weird. Yeah. That's weird. But like It's not just now happening it's been going. I think now it's on display. All right whatever. It's GonNa Stop So. I think only gonNA get worse only get weirder I mean like there at some I was so happy when he finally posted a photo of him and his girlfriend just so people would be like just stop thinking that I was dating juicy. That's weird. But I was happy when the photo was posted I I actually like I was not in the city when they posted that I was out of town and the person I was having dinner with I stopped the conversation was like this is a big win for me. I'm not going to get tagged and everyone thinking that John Mayer dating that's what I mean so. The way that you guys were all behaving is leading people to think that you guys are banging people thought I was begging. Marty. He's fading my sister like it's all weird but it's not been rumored to be begging in this office Kevin. Name One person I don't know Zaire. Rumors out there gets. is like white girl fat ass run. Know but I mean that. I understand that our friendship is weird I also just don't care. No I don't expect you to either but okay, well, it is. What is It is kind of weird but I mean you were you and I are also really close friends and it's Nobody thinks we're banging. Of Kevin Please, those rumors were flying around for a while too. I mean I mean. It's just comes territory with me. You know what I mean, hint. It's just I mean I, I'm being very serious anybody who I have done direct content with in this office for the last two and a half years. There has been a rumor at some point about. Yes. No Way people have tweeted I completely Joe. nope. No people have tweeted like saying that they are sure that we are like secretly banging his wife Hates me Oh my God worst yeah. People I'd like it on record that none of these rumors are true. I. Guess It's not at all not even doing show. Dole laugh out loud at that I'm during the show on Sunday. Okay. We'll. Will you be doing the show basically under protest or will you be happy to be doing the show? I will be doing my Kevin. War. That is that that sentence here I don't get file. US Yeah. Yeah Yeah I will be doing the show on Sunday because it is my hill, you'll be. Smiling and laughing while recording unnecessary roughness, the college football podcast featuring Casey's Brenda Walker on Sunday. TVD. Will there be an argument not about football. On Sundays episode of unnecessary frustration case cases, the Brandon Walker, the college football pockets sports probably not. Because you two are avoiding said argument or because you think there is peace between Casey, some the bread and Walker the host of Reference, Cultural Schaumburg Sports TV. Boy Oh, boy. Is this the biggest drama? Is this the biggest host drama? At barstool sports. Besides, call her daddy ever. I wouldn't think so. Now, name another incident. Of name another incident of hosts not recording an episode again, sons call her daddy. Well see the fact that you don't know how it all trans like came about transpired the word I was looking for my brain. It will make more sense because it's not like I just like refuse to record. That's not what happened like there's more that goes into this. When? Sophie in Stein. Neither one. Quite. Yeah. Definitely not it's not anything. It's not anything like that. It's. Nobody's not comparable. Hypothetically speaking, let's put it this way to describe. Unnecessary case Brandon Walker in terms of call her daddy well, we can would be, okay Alex. who let me let me I'll tell you the stuff that was already out on the Internet that can until you. Basically. What happened was? The animus take aim always has very high stakes because obviously I went to Anaheim he went to Mississippi State I felt like doing a lame bet for that game would not draw attention to the game itself and he didn't WanNa make a huge bet because of what happened last year where he had address up like the yell leaders or the Milkman as you guys would say in my head, I'm like well, no one's GonNa. Actually care about this game on the college football showroom unnecessary roughness if there's not high stakes involved, well, I'm also just not like a great bet. Maker I lose I will bet money I'm going to bet money with brandon. Walker so in my head I was like, well, you know who's really good at this is Dan. Cats who was also on the college football show I went to Dan and I said I want you to make the bet sat on the college football show and Allegri to whatever as long as I'm not shaving my head permanently like fucking my body up I'll do whatever now I'm being accused of quote knowing for sure that going to win that game, which is just not true just absolutely not. The Spence Yeah it was, and it was evens the point it was the Dave Portnoy spray with six six and a half, and let's make it seven. So like at the time when the game actually kicked off, it was five and a half. So I I was. I was behind the ball on this and so. I was nervous just because again, being an I'm always going to be nervous but long story short brandon ended up having to drive home and it was because I and I put an air quotes went behind his back to make them have to drive home. This is not what happened. Dan Changed the bet and yes, I did do that quote behind his back but for the sake of content and it was funny. He was very upset about that. He quote suspended me from the PODCAST and locked the podcast store and wouldn't let me in and slid a note under the door that I was suspended from the podcast and that I couldn't record till Sunday and so I just sat like, Bang my ring on the door for a long time we were just recorded five oh five. That podcast until five, fifty, five, zero not you waited forty.

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"jenga" Discussed on KFC Radio

KFC Radio

07:37 min | Last month

"jenga" Discussed on KFC Radio

"Coming in the commissioner. Jeff de lo and. Listen to my fucking Django rankings do dumb son of a bitch. Fuck. I would. Fight. Oberg said Oh Kevin. Oh what jared what I? would. I really believe that? We will have to confirm him. ooh. That fat bitch guy would be willing to bet. I would be willing to bet he meant like if if it keeps in jared if John Drafted, Casey, I would have been like what the fuck dude but I wouldn't really care. That's what he he really is is really wanting me to pick or kick Kevin doesn't care right but that doesn't Do. You know what I mean though like I wouldn't be like hurt by okay I wasn't. It love Jagath now and now I know I love Jenga and I've had every time I played it. I've really enjoyed it. We've I've lost like I'm happy to try to go to win ten grant. No doubt. So I think that was a little bit of a misunderstanding. Care on doesn't care about John. John's giving me money. If he does win I mean that's gotta be fucking against the rules or something commissioner. I love John Pathetic pathetic. We're mad about that trade to the trade for nothing whereas the commissioner on that one, it's it's By the way. Jarod, the other people were trading Tommy. Tommy traded his pick. Watch the. Yes. Could, get. You could get out. I'm the one that put it in. John's head the he should treat his pick when he was talking about nothing. No No, no. No. When he was talking about the dilemma of having to pick between you and Casey I said, why don't you just die down hope that they both get picked before you Get something of value in return right? Right. There, I didn't think any of the other captains would have picked clean because they they've all. We've all played with people already also everybody picks like their podcast partner or their roommate. Weren't allowed to pick your podcast partner. No, you were allowed. Yeah. There were a couple rookie picks there were. Lowering your bar lowering the bar. People for President Vice President got it correct. But the the jurors watches to what's borstal content that. He misses being in. Business being in the office so much that he just watches the content every day but the I, the only other person I thought may would select me was Tommy just because I knew that Tommy a we have a weird rivalry and always have but be he'll shopping his team and he said at one point he was going to ask me he said he was going to hold me hostage. With my instagram and he said what I have would you have said, yes. If I said I had to have five posts on your instagram. I thought he meant stories. I was like, yeah I post you five times in my store owner no posts like Tommy you I'm GonNa give you one post on my instagram. Let own five just to play. Jangling five grand I don't think so Tommy. He. But that's how we got Dan he got a post from Dan. Still. Not Going to offer Tommy. Unless there were parameters put on that big cats gonNA, post them and be like look this fucking loser Tommy it's going to be like everybody follow Tommy's. EDUCA- it's going to be. It's not gonNa be good for timing but I, think back to Jeff. Let's talk about. Head I also can I can. I might have to expose a little bit here. Oh. There is there are rumors there are rumors that you didn't even reply to the initial sign up I never had because because I even put you on the rank. Mines drag him I say. Put, Kevin There I tell you I didn't know any of this. So I. Tuned in to the like the pre show before the draft started and I texted hang I'll take the time stance. What time did you guys start the? I three ten. Is like the audio like the production office in Europe. To the moon baby I texted Hank at three fourteen and I said do I'd have to sign up for this or my draft eligible. So yes, I never saw kb were not on the list and I was like we should probably probably put them in. Also they're probably going to spider when you got drafted spider came into the Green Room I don't know if this is something you ask her gas, but he was like, would you like to go except Kevin draft pick on behalf of the most like, fuck? No, I'm not going in there. Research like a spider. Gaz Move I was like, no I sure won't. If Kevin really cared about being drafted, he would be here. I didn't know any this was happening I care about playing pretty good I it's a top ten ranking. I'm undefeated Jeff you have a wreck diving thirty. Two. Block yeah. But records records, I like like. Oh in one rudy one of the best we've seen in the zone one is because Somehow, some way whoever he was playing they snake. One Game Not in the Tiki the got disqualified. Oh, it was billy innate billion nate shamed. Rudy into still playing even though there was ever. He's like well, there's no. I'll tell you what that's a bad move by him and I gave him now. Now attention. There's no moves left I mean I know that I pulled that last walk but even though the the second game I played that was a stunning they got shamed for content reasons to keep. That's bad gender decision-making. I've never pulled a losing block I think at least two maybe three times I pulled the block before the losing blocks. So I'm never I'm on the block and care I would probably change your inking to what the idea and what you're doing top five. Freshman you didn't care. There's one first of all that shouldn't matter now. I. I think. It was a big thing. No fucking way. was like a five star recruit but I was like, who's a good example? Josh Rosen didn't go number one because he didn't. I'm here I'm like, Anthony Riendeau, who's like I don't even fucking like baseball, but he's a fucking monster. But you're asking me but your team mate that. That people said, you didn't care. It's only twelve teams. There are thirty three, but it doesn't matter. It's like I thought I thought it was a pretty good raise. One person I think that I've seen play. Better, and that's Robbi Fox. That's where that's where record doesn't matter. Block one, one, two three, but he's he's mine. He's a step ahead of everyone. Played Against Robbie and I have played with Robbie and every x Ray Vision. He sees the blocks in different colors. Like Resolve. I'll knock a bunch of different blocks and then find one that's loose. I have not seen him ever not pull the block and he talked said, he touches I. It's like I can't tell if it's extreme lock or if he actually looks and he's like I can see that there we've pay. We started paying attention to his he's gone over. He's just like staring at the tower and moving gets back into his cult. It's like it's like it's like he's weaponized asperger's. Arneses it and use it in a in a good way, and now we got we ask them to make crewmax because Tim and Trent. T shirts. Yeah him bringing in the Blackburn. Very. poops you didn't even get to take draft picture with the shirt. I didn't know this is happening. Jersey's pretty good. When I saw the Jersey I was way less upset I. Don't want to wear that spelled out in Pugh sobre guys can move and there's there's to yeah pukes to is is nick and frank the tank which I mean they're talking about big drama. Kb Wow. Maybe. Not. Well. There could be some cuts. You WanNa. See someone who's safe fights my caught himself..

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"jenga" Discussed on KFC Radio

KFC Radio

08:25 min | Last month

"jenga" Discussed on KFC Radio

"Okay. Let's say on the record yet no no I would physically assaulted there. I don't see anything that John could do. That would make me not speak to him because I am this again will come full circle of how he treated the draft after the fact he also knows that but I did definitely threatened to physically assaulted I. Would I very much wanted to be in this but I would never. I would never be mad at John. I wouldn't be mad at him. I was going to solve you. Know that I, wasn't it wasn't like I'm. Actually mad also just physically assault each other all the time you guys are so God damn. So did you hear about so fucking weird. Did you hear what rea- said I don't think the cameras rolling at so hank originally told me he was like 'cause he thought John was going to draft me. So he was like if you WanNa stay in the draft or like in the Stream stadium, he's like that's fine and also well, it's all the captains. He's like we'll just go to the side so I went and like was like hugging drawn like fine fucking. refiling. This is so fucked. fucking winner and she's like Y'all's relationship is so toxic I. Don't fucking get it and I was like, Damn Rea- tell us how you really feel. So jared speaking after this after this. John drafted me if he picked like a random person and he also he also he also text me. And said, he did the coin flip and that three times in a row? It picked you. He was like fate decided yet because we've been part. Daddy and I can't to enough. I wasn't actually mad. I was more that I didn't get to play but I, I wasn't actually mad. John comes out immediately. Of course, all the cameras around like waiting for John Come out there and per usual There's some attempts at hitting each other and I haven't even said Word I did not say one thing yet. He comes right over to my desk I attempted to physically assault him and he just goes if I, win you can have my five grand I didn't say anything I didn't say I was mad at him I didn't say like I said excuse me. If I win, you can have my five rand okay. The worst negotiator fulltime, I wouldn't have even thought about that. I honestly thought I was just going to get to like slap him for the stole scenes here and then move on ninety percent of the people in his office. They're not going to get to play Jenga in this thing it's a it's a two person time for twelve ten or twelve teams whatever it is. There's so many people don't get to play. There's no reason as his money I didn't even ask. For it, that's what's so insane and I looked at him and I said. So what you're telling me is that you think that my short term temporary rath that will clearly be over with as soon as we hit the bar they as soon as we leave this office, like we're GONNA. Go drink together and all I'm not care my short term wrath to you is worth less than five grand and I'm so scared of you that I would rather just five grant. Do you know how that is. Yeah. I would never give somebody five grand just for them. Not to be mad at the why is what is going on a real? She can hire you. You say you're not mad scared to the point that he is something must be going on if he's He you know this you've been partners with them for ten years. As you've pointed out, John would rather be inconvenienced than have anybody be potentially mad at. One point at one point said, he would work for half of his salary I mean let's let's put it like he would rather be inconvenienced himself. They'd have any type of uncomfortable situation. I can't say I mean I was actually going to Adam and I definitely was going to hit him but I hit him on a daily basis and he hits me on a daily basis you were going to be mad no I wasn't with what else has transpired in this office this week I can promise you I was actually going to that I had an anger. I had enough anger come out earlier this week we're good here. I'm not going to talk about I really would not like to spend my Friday before my birthday speaking of the drama that happened earlier this week. I'm care for your birthday. I don't WANNA go I. don't care about my birthday really but I don't I don't want to sit here and talk about drama and and be quoted on the Internet. I'd rather just have a nice radio show Saturday don't don't give any opinions just tell the story you can't say that there's drama and then not. I didn't. Has Barstool Fan. I would just say this I. Know it. I did not appear on unnecessary roughness week Whoa like I just there was there was one host that was there and one that was not oh wow I did not know that. Yes. So anyways, it became a whole wing. So I was real. This is real beef this is not like. Unless you say that there are over. Are you going to be this week? Yes I will be on it on Sunday. Let's you say. Yes There will sparks fly our podcast will continue to go on per normal. Yes. But I will say this you both be like gritting your teeth and just let me let me put it this way and I will explain it when we get to commercial break and you can decide if you I should say on air not the there were videos that. Guys did not. Put Out. WHOA, you guys like this is too much. In and other people that would make decisions like that. Yes. There were there worldview to yes. Oh so little finger to not WANNA stir anger. That is correct. anyways back to me actually being mad at John. I could not yesterday I was just happy to get out of the office like I did the NFL show yesterday morning and dion then crashed the dime package which I have to tell you the story later to. What he he not like athletes use different names for themselves whenever they check into hotels. He told US whole story of like he and I'm not gonNA butchery does just pull up the clip the creativity that went in Dion, sanders hotels, names, I died but anyways, I just needed to get out of here. So when I stayed for the draft I ate during the draft cause I was so hungry and then I was just GonNa Leave I. Wasn't actually mad and then I left with potential of five grand and I told John I said I know you're not GonNa purposely throw this because really wants that five grand central if me having a grand just to not be mad at John Is. Great. And I can't believe he's Rio is she's like what the fuck is wrong with you. John I'm a pussy. That's what he just kept saying over and over as I would have never asked for that five K is a lot of money and like Jenga is like neither of us are bad at it and Jenga's pretty much crap shoot. It's basically like. Is it your team's turn when the tower is like totally fucked? So like anybody can really win there's not that many teams. Like. This season Jot at the money. So it's not like he was like. Yeah. You can have my fucking powerball ticket. Is Never GonNa hit. and. Then he said, I said that to him and he was like. He was like, yeah, like but I don't know we're probably not going to win and I was like, fuck that like I think we're GonNa win and he goes you know I think we have a good shot to. Do. You also could win. He also made a he made a decent point. He was like you and I both know that that five grand just GonNa go to a bar tab like Slowly but surely like you'll just be paying for my bar, Tab which happens. So jared. There's a waiver wire period where. Captain can drop somebody and pick up a new player. So if somebody's not happy with I, don't know are we gonna like practice or something like how is anybody? It's three weeks into the actual. Oh, in the season. For three weeks someone's not happy. They can drop their player and then pick up another. Case? No I'm not going to do it. Because then then that would negate my five grand yeah. No no I'm not going to if I get picked up. You're right you. Know, what if you make it to the finals then you're against us then you're guaranteed five yes. But the idea that I could not fuck up at all I could not have any infractions no violations that I could still win money like that to me is a better opportunity because I know that you're not gonNA fuck up because you're really good at it and you want that five grand really badly. So I can just sit and wait for money but if Iraq but if you'll lose it doesn't it's like whatever like I wasn't going to make it anyways. If I go if you take the stress of playing well, I would have until now that I know I could potentially make five brand for no reason but I'm just saying if you do play a good clean couple rounds of Jenga and you're on the other side of our bracket, you might ensure yourself five grand. No matter what that is true. But the probability of that happening versus me doing something stupid in the drama of doing some stupid like..

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"jenga" Discussed on KFC Radio

KFC Radio

06:57 min | Last month

"jenga" Discussed on KFC Radio

"A while but I figured you were just to give. Yeah, go the entire show. We had this conversation with final Berg yesterday. It was and fights yesterday and the show started and I did the intro and file Berg said thank God that you started the show because I I wouldn't have said anything and I was like well. As I normally would have a standoff with Casey. I'll just go forever I, I'll do an entire hour-long show. Where I say absolutely nothing just just to prove that point and today we're actually on for two hours so. With nothing said well, no, because Kevin will be here in fifteen minutes so. I. Would have well Kevin definitely what because he's the host of the show but he's he is going to be late. Turning the skype on so I can see you lovely but I did figure like you know I should probably go into the show 'cause it's Friday we were doing two hours today. And I till Kevin gets here because I have a question for the to view a question that I ran into this morning One of my best friends is in town and she's currently in yeah. Very. Well. She's my best friend. No No. Hold on. Excuse me. Let me let me preface that you don't know her in the biblical sense. Okay good but she do you know her yet? We're just friends you. You're very good friends. It's Casey Casey's in town. In the city so but she has a wiped. Out. Now I can't tell I was going to you know what? I really love the morning person she's a morning person. She's excuse me one of those about. I'm not a morning person and. Like person? Because, we're friends. We've had discussions and she's she has tons of energy in the morning whereas I don't. She didn't have tons of energy this particular morning because I think we try to drink all of the wine in New York City last night. which should not surprised. I don't know all of it. The first person well, yeah. But it's the first time. So it you know we talk about twenty twenty all the time and how fucking weird it is but it's the first time. I've really seen her since before the pandemic because she went back to Texas at the beginning of the virus, and so it's like well, I mean, what else are we going to do? We have to drink all the wine? And we just accepted as probably never gonNA end. No I can't take. Fuck in the winter. Once I started seeing like I was fine with the pandemic and like quarantine and things getting canceled and twenty twenty but once you start to see twenty twenty one things canceled that's when like it reconfigured me. Canceled in twenty twenty one. The winter classic. Already. Well. I guess it's usually in January isn't it? Yeah well I guess that makes sense. The are the Olympics. I don't know I. Haven't seen anything about the Olympics the winter. They were meant to be this year right but they haven't been canceled again. They haven't been touched yet. That's the problem. To be it's so strange to me when I talked to some of my friends who are like, well, our offices aren't gonNA open up until after Labor Day of two thousand, twenty one. That's crazy. Yeah, I mean I. For me because we were talking about it today on the podcast and we all I, think we talked about with fiber yesterday I don't know what I'm. GonNa do with my off season because like last year. We had so much stuff plan in the off season that it really didn't feel like there's no baseball like we did a bunch of stuff like traveling wise content wise in the off season that it was a great bridge to the regular season in early spring training and this off season it's like. All right. So the plans to go to Arizona and do content with the players that live out there that probably can't happen. Going through the winter meetings like those are probably going to get canceled like it's that sucks I don't know what to do with myself. You're going to have to come to New York and play in streams with the rest of us. Yeah. I. Have plans to come to new. York, I was trying to figure out like. I, guess. There's no AIRBNB situation but like I wanna I, WANNA spend significant time in New York this winter like I want to be there for. Straight it's so cheap right now it's like what do I do? Can I rented an apartment for like five months is People probably if people are listening right now that are in real estate new. York I don't know if they're probably actually just working you know normal job, but I would think because the people are shared people are so desperate to get their replaces read it out right now like I mean you, you've seen my building. So I have a building in a nice area of Manhattan twenty four hour. Doorman. Whatever right. Now, I could move into a two bedroom two bath for almost the exact same price as I'm paying for my current apartment, which is not a it's insane. fucking threw up yesterday because I was just curious if they had rented out my old unit yet. Oh, I went to a website and it's like fifteen hundred cheaper cheaper. Whoever gets it next is literally going to get it for. Half the price that I was paying when I was there. Yeah. So my whole point is is that you could probably right now you could probably find a place that you like wherever you want and you could say, Hey, I'm only GonNa win it for five months and they'd probably like let you move in that day I feel like Gosh. He agrees with me. I feel like if I did that I would just go back to my old building because I just I love the people there in the neighborhood and I feel like they would probably a deal because they know my situation what if you were just to get your old apartment back? I would love to do that. Love. Really. Really funny. If you all right, I'm back for half the price. Yeah. So I know I know that it's not rented out yet I still like I made you know my fucking doorman like I made friends with like my doorman and like so I still keep in touch with them and like when I go back to. Is that normal to do. You have just like a A. So I obviously, as you know, I, go to robby entrenched department all the time. In like I'll I'll say, hi to their doorman and like I don't like judging by Robbie and Trent and myself will walk out of the apartment together like it's not like it's like a hey, how you doing relationship whereas with my doorman like they knew what was going on in my apartment like they knew that I was like doing podcast and shooting videos because they all follow me on instagram. So they see the stuff that I was. Doing in there so they're all sports fans and we'd talk about sports and we would talk about like the videos and they would make fun of me for losing in rock paper scissors and all that. So yeah, I keep in touch with those guys. Do you think that's normal? I keep in touch with your doorman Well, I'm not wanted to throw stones at jared because we still talk to I still keep in touch Ruben, the doorman from. Not specifically my apartment, but we're still in touch with the with the old office groups. Just never I've never thought a guy ends on what your relationship was before up. Hey. How are you type relationship that I wouldn't be? All right let's keep in touch but like the people that I've talked to have long conversations with then yeah I don't think I've ever had a long conversation.

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Jamal Khashoggi's Fiancee Sues Saudi Crown Prince Over Journalist's Killing

All Things Considered

01:59 min | Last month

Jamal Khashoggi's Fiancee Sues Saudi Crown Prince Over Journalist's Killing

"As Crown Prince and two dozen other Saudi nationals kidnapped, drugged and killed Kasogi at the Saudi consulate in Istanbul two years ago this month. This is the first civil lawsuit in the US regarding cash judges, killing NPR's Jackie Northam reports. The complaint filed in a U. S District court in Washington, alleges that Saudi Arabia is Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman ordered the killing because he considered Jamal Cashew cheese worked to promote democracy in the Middle East on existential threat. It was filed by dawn, the democracy organization that could shock she started And by her teacher, Jenga is his fiancee. The suit names her Coke. She's widow. It says they were finalizing their civil marriage when he was killed. Jenga spoke by videoconference. Gemma's voice Wass too powerful to straightening and saw they decided they must silence him permanently, Attorney Keys, Harper told the video conference. The lawsuit has two goals. Accountability for cash Augie's murder and obtaining more information documents and recordings from the U. S and Saudi Arabia through Discovery. Harper says U. S courts have jurisdiction for the lawsuit because the trap for cash O G was set by officials at the Saudi Embassy in Washington, D. C. He was informed repeatedly. That he could not obtain a certificate of marriage eligibility. He needed to confirm this civil marriage, miss changes in the US and would have to travel to Saudi Consulate in Istanbul, Turkey, and in this temple as we all know. The defendant abducted and murdered him. The Saudi Embassy did not respond to requests for comment by air time Thie Kingdom did convict eight nationals for cash Augie's murder in a closed trial. Jackie Northam. NPR NEWS Washington

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20 Khashoggi murder suspects on trial in Turkey in absentia

BBC Newshour

01:00 min | 5 months ago

20 Khashoggi murder suspects on trial in Turkey in absentia

"Hearing is taken place in Turkey in the trial of 20 Saudi Arabian nationals for the murder of the Saudi journalist Jamal Khashoggi. They're being tried in their absence. Mr Hotshot fianc? Hard to Judge Angus was the first to get evidence on his killing inside the Saudi consulate in Istanbul two years ago. Here's our security correspondent Frank Gardner. A teacher. Jenga spoke briefly to journalist. She said that it was a debilitating experience. As she put it, It must have been absolutely harrowing for her. But she says she is determined to see justice. She wants to know what's happened to his body, and she wants to see those who she considers accountable for this brought to justice. The Saudis, however, are not going to extradite anybody. They've said they've already held their own trial, which finished in December. It was held behind closed doors and neither of the two chief suspects as Faras, the international intelligence community concerned we're actually convicted. The French

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"jenga" Discussed on The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz

The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz

06:23 min | 5 months ago

"jenga" Discussed on The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz

"Brought you by straight talk wireless. There's so much from the last segment though that I wanNA explore again the idea that you're discovering someone who's on sportscenter put it on the pole. Guillermo at Lebatardshow is the only ways to God's can discover someone is if they're on sportscenter before we get back to L. Dunkin again. Her and Clinton Yates are hosting the intersection where sports and social justice meet tonight at. Espn radio at eight PM. Also put on the poll Guillermo at Lebatardshow. Are you familiar with the detailed dangers? Of what the can do roof fish can do to you because here it is from Animal Planet. This is what the candu roof fish in the Amazon can do to. You expandable spines. You WanNa hear about that That region again. This is not why L. is here but we're just trying to clean up some things. L. is doing good work all over. Espn what are you trying to do tonight? Because a lot of people are talking about this in a lot of different places. It's only been surprisingly one month since George Floyd was murdered. What are you trying to achieve tonight? Yeah that's actually exactly what you brought up Dan. It's hard to believe it's only been a month so we're GONNA SORTA tonight. Revisit has happened in the last month the progress and change that that we've seen that have many people hopeful but also I hope that we can also expand the conversation some of the things that black people continue to ask for and have been asking for that have not been addressed great gestures that were sort of seeing statues coming down You know promises of this rations and their statement. You know a lot of people doing a lot of listening right now. A lot of fact finding missions but all why people are really active June canes becoming holiday for media for many organizations companies and even in some states it's being floated but all black people are really asking for a are changes to criminal justice system more equitable healthcare more equitable education for people of Color for disenfranchised communities and we have almost no progress there so you know we're GonNa talk about that We're hoping to talk to because you know how radio goes. We've got a lot of feelers out right now. We'll see who commit But we're hoping to talk to The only black female pit crew member and that's car not about bubble wallace but just about how inclusive NASCAR is attempting to be a behind the scenes and have been for some time despite the fact that it was just a couple of weeks ago that they ban the confederate flag. So that's sort of where we're at revisiting where we've combination and where we have to go when you say criminal justice system and criminal justice reform You're going to sink your teeth into something like that. Yeah I mean you know. We're going to talk about. I think some of the Clinton Yates is really great at. He wants to do something where we essentially offer The folks that are listening black and white An opportunity to sort of do some some curriculum and continuing education and sort of figure out what it means when people say things like deform the police who got into that a little bit yesterday on our undefeated special on ESPN but talking about you know what the Thirteenth Amendment did and what. It still means What happened when you privatize Jails what that looks like. And how essentially it's become sort of the modern day slavery and what we're looking for in terms of you know immunity for police officers the ability to sue them So I mean you know. We're we're attempting to have these conversations. That are yes uncomfortable but also at the same time. We're trying to do a little deeper dive on. What some of these things and I think right now. A lot of people are hearing a lot of terms that they don't fully understand systemic racism. Implicit bias Defunding the police. And so we're just trying to make it a little easier to sort of understand and marinate end so we'll be getting into a lot of those topics tonight. I anticipate you mentioned listening. And there seems to be a little more or a lot more. Maybe appetite for listening at the moment. Have you found a lot of pushback on People being tired already just a month in on this The way that this is sort overwhelmed. Espn absolutely yeah. I think very and I I fully anticipated. I mean I think at first it was very there was a lot of interest in a lot of you. Know getting a lot of tweets and text messages and whatnot from the white friends and colleagues allies. Who were saying that they're reading. They're doing this. And they're doing some self examinating or self examinations and their interests -pecting and they're you know trying to sort of do some unloading of things that they didn't realize that they had learned growing up and whatnot and it all seemed like everyone collectively realized. We were sort of facing a reckoning and then very quickly it has turned into okay like this was fine. You know a couple of weeks after their but like now sports are coming back. So what are you guys talking about? Just post are undefeated special. Last night I got an email today. from a man from and he me with the double whammy from a Yahoo Mail account and an android phone. Who Basically told me that if I don't get back to doing real journalism I'll be back to fetching Chris Berman's coffee. I Dunno Chris Berman. Well but he doesn't seem like a coffee guy He's like a coke zero This is GonNa Take GonNa take it to Maui Guy Singer. Jimmy Buffett songs on an island very far away. Lakewood take coffee. We're on the mainland with is that is that is that a small. Is that a vocal minority. L Like you you talked recently and I don't know what the blowback was on this. You talked recently about why you left Boston and how you left employment behind in Boston because of the racism falling on your neck is this allowed minority is what how does it change. Not that this is scientific. But how has it changed in terms of number of people coming at you? That wet I think about Boston. It is really loud minority. You know there's always wanted to be a group of people that model who the Messenger is always going to be about..

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"jenga" Discussed on My Favorite Murder with Karen Kilgariff and Georgia Hardstark

My Favorite Murder with Karen Kilgariff and Georgia Hardstark

05:01 min | 6 months ago

"jenga" Discussed on My Favorite Murder with Karen Kilgariff and Georgia Hardstark

"Transvestite action revolutionaries, which supports Queer Youth in New York City by Nineteen seventy-two. They've pulled together enough money to purchase a house which they call the Star House, no to the acronym for the street transvestite action, revolutionaries, eleven, and they use this house to house. Homeless Queer Youth and Sylvia and Marsha Fund the House through sex work. So that the kids who live there don't have to do it themselves. it's beautiful. The Star Organization also jumps. into other equal rights and anti police brutality causes around the city, marching and protests and supporting. Other marginalized people in any way they can, but as they head into the early seventies, more and more people start to peel themselves away from transgender gender queer causes the gay. Liberation Movement starts to think about trans. Rights as being too difficult to attain so separate from activists like Marcia and silly, and Sylvia and to give the thinking was to give gay causes a better chance. Than at the gay, pride, March and nineteen. Seventy-three, Sylvia tries to make a speech, but is repeatedly blocked by other gay activists, and she eventually grabs the Mike and Yells. If it wasn't for the drag Queens, there would be no gay liberation movement. We're the frontliners so shortly after that she attempts suicide, but Marsha finds her and saves her life. So the stonewall uprising very quickly gives way to the gay rights, movement and Pride celebrations now start taking place all around the world on June twenty, eighth nineteen, seventy, the queer community in New York City gathered outside of Stonewall for the first annual Christopher Street Liberation Day they commemorate the stonewall uprising with a March and Los. Angeles and Chicago follow suit with their own marches and a also San. San Francisco that same year San Francisco has the. They have what they call a sit in They marched on Polk Street and then they have a sit in themselves. and the next year. Boston, Dallas, Milwaukee, and even Paris. London West Berlin and Stockholm all host pride marches of their own every year, the number of participating cities grows until we reach the pride month celebrations, no them today..

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"jenga" Discussed on My Favorite Murder with Karen Kilgariff and Georgia Hardstark

My Favorite Murder with Karen Kilgariff and Georgia Hardstark

05:06 min | 6 months ago

"jenga" Discussed on My Favorite Murder with Karen Kilgariff and Georgia Hardstark

"Newspaper while she's in England like an account of what's going on, so she becomes the first African American woman to be pay paid correspondent for an mainstream white newspaper well. So she tours England Scotland and Wales for two months. Addresses audience of thousands you know there's these rallies among the British and She gained extensive recognition. And an international audience of white supporters of her 'cause so back home in Chicago she mary's a prominent Any civil rights, activists and journalists name Ferdinand Burnett in eighteen, ninety five, and from then on, she's known as IDA, B Wells Barnett, but I fucking love this, and and in one of the podcast they listened to. They pointed out how so many black women back then hyphenated their names. which is so far like it's so common these days, but back then it's like no. She was already this. You know. She was not going to just change her last name. She died so much good and so much work and she was a known. Journalist the hyphenated an added his last name and fucking Kudos on him, because it sounds like he was like championing champion his wife. As a bad ass, who could go out and do her own shit and didn't have to just have kids and stay home. He must have been into it I mean not like. It's a great reminder that that type of man also exists. Like yeah I want you to be this bad ass, right? That's part of wife. I'm in love with you. And it seems like she waited to get married 'til she found that person which is so incredible He had founded the Chicago conservator. It's the first black newspaper in Chicago in eighteen, seventy eight, and so she began writing for the paper, and later acquired partial ownership of it and Assume the role of editor there, and they had Barnett children from a previous marriage, and then together, they had four more children Charles Herman, IDA and Alfreda so after brutal assault on the black community in Springfield Illinois in one, thousand, nine, hundred eight, which is whole, `nother, fucking conversation Is like..

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"jenga" Discussed on My Favorite Murder with Karen Kilgariff and Georgia Hardstark

My Favorite Murder with Karen Kilgariff and Georgia Hardstark

05:24 min | 6 months ago

"jenga" Discussed on My Favorite Murder with Karen Kilgariff and Georgia Hardstark

"So quiet, and it's a super rich area that lay, and then the a reporter goes and finds a neighbor, so this white guy standing there with a mask on total Chad looking like normal guy and the second. The clip starts. Get Mad. I'm like. Of course you find this guy that's gonNA start complaining how he was his driveway news, too. So you're like. Oh, you're gonNA find the most fucking right well. A Fox News affiliate. As opposed to the network yet, but She says. What do you think about all these people in what they're trying to she the way she asked the question I didn't love. This man, then in the plainest clearest way explains why it's happening, and basically says when you steal the land from the native people and build a country on the backs of black people, and take away all their freedom and abused them, and don't give them equal rights, and then you have a president. Who let's this I mean he basically lays it out. clearly unequivocally. Yes, in this way where I was like cool, are you? That's when you start to see. That that's the. Yeah. That's your average person on the street that we're all kind of watching these same videos and going holy fucking. Shit we can't. Be this way anymore. I think that's what I like to think. That it's input for every one of those I see I see when I see white people. Rioting spray painting, fucking stealing shit I I get my blood boils. That's not sure we're not there to do that. We're there to support. People of Color stand behind them. Stand in front of them when they are being attacked. By the fucking riot police yeah, we're superiors. Were support right? There's many people who theorized that the idea. Their agent provocateurs. They're there to actually do it to make it worse and everyone I hope saw that video of those suck and girls. That were spray painting the front of the starbucks. Yeah, yeah, and that woman walks up in is like what the Hell you doing Gimme that and then they bitch at her, and I was like those two girls are not the kind of people. I know that go to protest there something else, because why the fuck are you doing that? Like? What are you doing and then if someone comes up and goes, don't do that. You'd go. Oh I, sorry. I Base. If you're of a certain mindset, you'd say sorry, and they were just like basically you. This isn't mass destruction. There's a fucking reason that you should be there. And there are things you can do to be supportive at the same thing happened in the fucking sixties and the seventies with Vietnam protests. They'd send that fucking. FBI and CIA was and fucking you know. Undercover agents to fuck shit up gave them excuse to kill people at ten states who fucking fire rubber bullets into. You know to make to make the. Middle Conservative people hate. They saw and hate it. Because it's is, it's about optics, but. What I think is fascinating, is you cannot you can't. It's very difficult now to argue with these objects when there are. Fifty s like basically they look like storm troopers standing at the Lincoln. Memorial what that visual is just like we are now in Dystopia in America that everyone's been holding their breath about, and that's why all of this is I..

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"jenga" Discussed on My Favorite Murder with Karen Kilgariff and Georgia Hardstark

My Favorite Murder with Karen Kilgariff and Georgia Hardstark

05:03 min | 6 months ago

"jenga" Discussed on My Favorite Murder with Karen Kilgariff and Georgia Hardstark

"You have to declare your side. With white people could be anything and you so basically you have to just put up or shut up. Yeah, which I think is kind of that is incredibly fascinating and I also think that the movement the action people are taking that is peaceful, quiet, peaceful protesting that at some point. The police are just like an now. We're GONNA. Tear gas. Yo is proving everyone's point, and it's a point that most white people never had to acknowledge talk. Talk about or think about for up until this moment in history. At least in my generation, you would hear about it. Talk about it. We would everyone's well people with tweeted us of like you. Can't. You know talking about jail? Term Reform talking about this talking about that where I. Honestly didn't understand where I'd be like, but we want serial killers to rot rotten jail. That's what we're thinking and they're just like no this overall. Right. The privatization of prisons means that the more people you imprison, the more lucrative, your fucking businesses, and so, and and because of this systemic racism throughout our country that people who are going to prison are the people who are less who have more disadvantages with money with education. And they're going to prison, and so it's it's a system that's that's put in that, is it? Racist because our country was built on the fucking backs of black people. Yup, and that's and now and it and it's been you know you can't take one piece out of it. It's like fucking Jenga. You can't take one piece out without the rest of it falling, so the people who make money on fucking private prisons are not going to be okay with you. Know with reform with with. With police reform. They're not going to be okay with affordable housing. They're not going back. Fuck and not forty years ago. They're not going to be okay with schools. Being on segregated, it's just. It's people who are making so much fucking money..

"jenga" Discussed on My Favorite Murder with Karen Kilgariff and Georgia Hardstark

My Favorite Murder with Karen Kilgariff and Georgia Hardstark

03:59 min | 6 months ago

"jenga" Discussed on My Favorite Murder with Karen Kilgariff and Georgia Hardstark

"You're causing the boat tip, yes? Absolutely does but I think what is impressive is before. What would have taken four years for the running side to side to stop of arguing of like well. Here's some dumb. Political stance actually isn't related and doesn't make sense right instead of any of that, there's just people are learning this very quick like oops. That was mistake and the discomfort I think this is maybe for me personally what I've learned in the last four years of doing this podcast. which is basically the the theme of this? PODCAST is mistakes. In many ways hopes sorry about that right, but what I've learned is the pain of your mistake and the shame. You feel because you made a mistake in. You got called out as privileged racist blindspot whatever it is. You should be say. Thank you for that pain because it is nothing compared to the pain of somebody watching a family member gets shot in front of them because they didn't, they did one. They didn't do the right thing or whatever they're just basically been profiled. It's nothing compared to the pain of being in constant fear of your life. It is just an ego personal thing that you can absolutely get over easily. Yeah, and all you have to do is say sorry and I'm going to do better the end and And stop talking about yourself. That's I every as we talk about ourselves else. Seven minutes straight every tweet. I've put up. That hasn't just been a re tweet of someone smarter than me. Who knows more than me? I've deleted because you don't even realize how fucking self-centered it sounds eaten when I'm like fuck this and fuck that and I'm you know and here's what I think it's like. Yes, you don't realize how much it is about you while you're when you're blabbing your mouth until fucking, see it and you're like. Shut up you. I don't fucking voice in this. I get to support other voices well. Yeah, and the whole point of social media is blabbing your mouth about ourselves..

"jenga" Discussed on My Favorite Murder with Karen Kilgariff and Georgia Hardstark

My Favorite Murder with Karen Kilgariff and Georgia Hardstark

04:16 min | 6 months ago

"jenga" Discussed on My Favorite Murder with Karen Kilgariff and Georgia Hardstark

"Murder. The podcast. Sure is for this new America. It sure isn't. Do our best. Is this the Old America? We read so much I. Fuck what the fuck just started off like it. Nothing's ever going to be the same again now. It's you know it's amazing and well. Yeah, there's definitely so many good parts about it. Yeah, like we keeping shown the bad parts, but. The. Good thing is that we're also. If you're looking correctly, you're also being shown the good part. That's right. There's progress being made in in. We were just talking about Jordan talking about how in the fast past forty eight hours so much has changed so many things have happened so much information has come. Over the wire I get all my information through an old teletype. Accidentally just watching the wire. The wire stringer bell slave me. That's it's so stressful. but no, there's just. Yeah I mean guys. I think you know better than anybody that we don't know how to talk about socio political grace, relational things A. We didn't go to college. We've said meant multiple times I mean that's number one I mean we're. We're both educated by social media as everybody is..

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Chris Voss and Paula Faris on Negotiation

The Global Leadership Summit Podcast

05:57 min | 9 months ago

Chris Voss and Paula Faris on Negotiation

"I'm interviewing Chris Voss. He's the former lead hostage negotiator for the FBI. You have no idea how intimidating it is to interview someone who's made a career out of breaking people without those people know we met. He's breaking them. Chris is a phenomenal negotiator. And he tells us that we're in three to seven negotiations every single day. So where do you begin in negotiation? And is this something that everyone's born to do also before we dig into this episode. I want to let you know that Chris Voss will be live with us on Maith at the G. less next event series also joining us is going to be summit faculty favorite and Harvard's difficult conversations expert. Sheila Heen so stick around to the end of the episode to find out more about that upcoming event but without further ado. Here's my conversation with Chris. Hello everyone welcome to the G. L. S. podcast and I'm your host Paula. Farris and I am very excited to welcome. This week's guest the one and only Chris Voss who spent twenty four years with the FBI was the FBI's chief international hostage negotiator. He's got just a few credits under his belt. Chris Welcome to the podcast very much and I before she did that. Introduction when she said she was a host I was gonna say I was. I'm the comedic sidekick. Do you need to have comedy skills for negotiation or is that just a bonus you develop them you have developed them By the way we do have a live audience. They're eating lunch with us right now at the summit. It's great to have all of you in the room as well. So let's get you our conversation. I learned so much from our conversation at the Summit Day to everyone needs to learn the art of negotiation because life is a negotiation. We're in five to seven negotiations every day. We don't know it. Exactly anytime essense starts out with. I want I need I like. I'd like negotiation. I would like a Tall coca-cola right now. That's a negotiation is always implementation involved there like we talked about this morning. I'd like a cup of coffee from starbucks. You never know what you're going to get might be DECAF. So where does one begin in an election? You begin here in the other side out first and then they may need a little bit of a prompt based on the situation. You may need to let them know that you see things from your point of view A recent negotiation I was in. I needed directions. I'm lost on campus at UCLA in a parking ramp. And I know that if I go the wrong way. I'm never going to find my way out so I gotta find most likely. Who Am. I GONNA see maintenance guy or security guard is the same way I get. I find the best restaurant in an airport. Who YOU'RE GONNA predictably run into and what's the first thing that's going to go through the mind. See A maintenance guy he sees museum and he sees me speed up headed in his direction. He's not an idiot. He knows I'm lost. He knows what I speed up and had his direction that I'm GonNa ask for directions. Saint hopefully not run him over and hopefully not run them over. So what's the first thing goes through his mind? First thing going through his mind is it's not my job to give directions if some idiot is lost in parking ramp so I pull up and I roll down a window and I go. Hey I'm sorry it is not your job to give directions to some idiot is lost parking ramp because what do you need when you need? I'm here for this big conference. Now I know he knows exactly where it is but if I don't lead with that what's his perspective if I just say hey dude I need directions is go ahead and I'll ask you say I don't know because how am I going to say. Oh yes you do. But instead what's in his head I articulate. He says I know exactly where you need to go. Make a right a right. Go up the ramp. You're there it's it's that simple. Let the other person now that you see from their perspective right off the bat and you'll get talking instead of putting them on the defensive right away. You're like I understand that I understand but you welcome them. You're listening to them and you're hearing them understand two millimeter shift is you don't say I understand. Because actually they don't know that you do so you show them offensive. When when my husband tells me I when he says I understand. I'm like no you don't understand and I don't understand you but I just want you to hear me out. I just want you to listen to me when we're trying to people we ask them. When was the last time somebody looked at you and said I understand and then you would also thank God? 'cause we're used to I understand is shorthand for shut up. I WANNA talk. You know every for everyone in this room everybody listening. Everyone can learn the skills of negotiating correct. You believe that. Everybody's got it in them. Everybody was born with a certain amount of emotional intelligence. And it's there it's kind of unlimited unlimited limitless so versus your Iq. You're accused like you're you're you're only going to get so tall you're only going to get you can't raise req- you got a limit on it no matter. How many times did you play with a Rubik's cube or play Jenga? Those Games are accuse got hard ceiling your cue on the other hand. You can continue to raise that as long as you can make

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"jenga" Discussed on Watch What Crappens

Watch What Crappens

02:04 min | 10 months ago

"jenga" Discussed on Watch What Crappens

"And welcome to watch a crap ends a podcast about all that crap on Bravo that we just love talk about. I'm Ben Metal core of the real housewares of kitchen island which is a spoof of Rony. That's available on Youtube. Go check it out and joining me. Is One of the hosts of the HILARIOUS hilarious. podcast Rose Bachelor's podcast. It's Ron Karen what's going on. Well hello been. How are you doing today good? I love Monday. Who doesn't doesn't who does not love a Monday? I mean seriously this actually do really really well yeah. Sometimes I do love Monday because my days are really busy when I get to do this like all day and this is really fun K.. Random things so what. What a great what? A great spin have have so many endless hours to feel on real life. I know as a worker. Yeah yeah well. This has been very Monday for me because I heard can't touch this on the radio. Who would've thought but also eminem comes back for the Oscars? Just everybody's he's going to raise. Just let's just shoot eminem out to floor. Why not? Yeah so anyway you guys. We are taking our show on the road next next week to Kansas City. Actually it's really Lawrence fucking Kansas which is just a little bit outside of Kansas City and also Omaha here is our announcement. We will be doing real housewives of New Jersey in Lawrence fucking Kansas and we will be doing summer house in Omaha. So that's a a New Jersey and summer house in Kansas City in Kansas and Nebraska basically so ago Dot Com. Get your tickets. They're going to be superfund shows. They always are. Also these are two shows. That are absolutely a blast for us to recap so I think we're all GonNa have a great time. Come join us. Don't worry about coming Ming Sola. Don't worry about it. We had a bunch of people just past weekend in New Orleans and hoover. Who told us that they came alone and they made friends happens all the time? It'll be great so watch CRAP.

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Hangover cures: Most effective home remedies

Christopher Kimball's Milk Street Radio

06:06 min | 10 months ago

Hangover cures: Most effective home remedies

"Lauren. Welcome to milk street. Thanks so much for having me. So what is a hangover physiologically. In other words you drink too much alcohol in what goes on in your body. Sure what's interesting about a hangover versus. It's not just a single thing. It's almost like this constellation of different symptoms affecting your body at the same time so alcohol Causes Gastritis which is an inflammation of the stomach lining. So that's the reason you feel the stomach achey feeling just like nausea dehydration. Also a big part of what a hangover is is but that achey tired feeling that actually comes from not sleeping. Well you tend to have really poor sleep when you're hung over and because you haven't had had that sort of restful period that's part of the reason that you wake up just kind of feeling like crap before we get to the hangover cures the day after is is there anything people can do on the night of other than drinking more water. Actually if you sleep in complete and total darkness like blackout shades. I mask that's proved to lessen your hangovers recovery. Time one thing that I found really interesting in my research. Is that if you have a happy optimistic attitude while you're drinking that's actually shown shown to have less severe hangovers whereas if you have a negative outlook maybe a lot of anxiety in your life. Your hangovers actually scientifically been proven to be a little bit worse. All other things in this study remained the same. The amount of alcohol the type of alcohol it was just. Your mental state of mind affects the severity thirty of the hangover that that was an academic study that was published Other the type of drink that you choose does actually have some effect on what kind of hangover. You have darker drinks so something like Bourbon brandy red wine. Those actually have higher levels of conyers which contribute to serve a more severe a hangover. So okay so your book is about cures. So let's go down through the list pickled foods show up a lot in your lister. Stern pickled foods are a good thing. I think so So pickled foods obviously are high insults which can help replenish electrolytes and get some of those depleted salts. Back near body the pickle. Brine is a popular cure in eastern Europe in Poland and Russia in particular in the book. I have a pickle. Brian Bloody Mary which is to serve a fun. Twist based on your classic hair of the dog cocktail. But you'll also see there some eastern European soups that have pickled. Brian in it in the Roy egg was shows up in lots of Coors yes said the classic is the riot. Put a little bit of Tobasco and you put a little bit of vinegar and you take it in one shot. That's kind of quintessential the old time hangover cure. Eggs actually are great hangover food. They're full of amino acids are full of protein. So definitely said that one probably is one that I would recommend for sure Cher. Other cures are jumping some very cold ice water like the polar bear swim. I would think that actually evolve a cures. I think that one would would shock you right out of a hangover. I would think so I have never done. Polar Bear Swim. So I'm a little bit too much of a Wimp to try it but I think that one would actually be quite beneficial and if nothing else. You're probably so cold that you're thinking of other things that are feeling not so great at that moment is like hitting in your hand with a hammer. You know you're not going to hang over so let's go around the world and talk about recipes New Zealand. They have their Minson cheese. Pies is right. Yep some cheese pie. So that's essentially a ground beef pie with cheddar cheese. Net can find them all over. You know you can get a gas station and you can get them at. The local cafe. Usually their portable the one. I didn't the bucks a little bit larger so you can actually make that for maybe. Dinner and South Korea has particular UH consistent hangover soup. It's fairly strong right then. That's yes south. Korea is actually one of the main sources of inspiration and for this book. I've been reading an article about South Korean drinking culture because Korea. You tend to go out with your office made you drink serve all night long and in the morning you eat. Hey Jenga which essentially translates to hangover soup and. There's not just one hangar soup. There's an entire serve category of hangar soups so the one in the book is from John. Ju It's being sprouts Scott Rice and it's a traditional Korean anchovy based broth but it's much lighter than maybe a Hey Jenga that you would get in Seoul which might be made with more like collaborated beef blood it may have served beef. That's been simmered for hours Along with maybe like a richer soybean broth I just find it so fascinating that there were so many different kinds of dishes that you were specifically would eat when you're hung over and you'd go to the hangover soup restaurant Ed ten joy them. You say you end up with hangovers. Occasionally do you personally have a favorite cure. I have a couple of favorites if maybe it's like a really bad hangover and I just need something Super Plain. I like a good Kanji. Chinese rice porridge. Usually I'll put Ginger which is usually good for helping nausea settling the stomach and put a little scalia in there as well so that's nice just simple. I can't really face food at that moment hangover Rick Your and then one of my other hangover cures that I really love is just a breakfast sandwich that I created one day when I was hungover. It's fried eggs peppered Bacon Salon. Salon tro sweet Thai Chili Sauce and Sauteed shrimp. And it's one of those dishes that I just was cobbling together. Something in my hung over state and I think that's sort of an interesting interesting thing about hangover foods. You know we do. Have these foods that fall within the Canon of traditional hangover foods. But so much what we when we're hung over. Is that personal moment in the kitchen when we're alone. We don't want anyone to see us so I made that sandwich and it was really delicious. More thank you very much. It's been a great pleasure. Is your having you on milk street. Thank you so much for having me

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"jenga" Discussed on BOX! BOX! Motor Racing Around The World

BOX! BOX! Motor Racing Around The World

07:46 min | 1 year ago

"jenga" Discussed on BOX! BOX! Motor Racing Around The World

"Much for joining us and we've got some great topics to kick us off with this first edition of Bach's is Para Daca quest while make sense for Reynaud and what happens next Holmberg change about the two thousand nine hundred ninety one rules so let's dive straight in with the Roberto and he really didn't need that he needed to put his leadership status on that weekend it was expecting a difficult second part of the season but at the same time after the Racing Mon so all the all the people were still kickabout lab difficult moment for the team I think was likely effect the TV in fifteen years ago and I was really surprised because these affect happens because speak to colleagues working across the Media Lake keep the numbers of well up on formula had for a long long time John Looking at it more broadly across the Formula One paddock we've talked for a long time about L. D. last year he had weaknesses especially putting together these key three laps going the sex times disrupt on team orders we send it'd be very hard of himself on the radio we city make he did on the day that his team-mate had a complete nightmare a so yes he showed he wanted it as well didn't he really is elbows out particularly with Hamilton. I think we're just in the trickier informal now is we've we've had this constant bouncing around between inside the not getting punished I think it's very very hard thing to find a proper way forward mice impressive about Charles is that you know this this aggressive driving we saw in monster and wheels you want us to track he felt that was unfair that he lost out that day so he's responded the weakness says Roy I have to do better he works arts and he delivers fantastic because he was out the front most of the time but Charles the clerk who was in the Midfield Casper rich bring you in here a- all these grown praise is he becoming established bogeyman then in the Dutch is I don't Eddie moment everyone's looking at Lewis and watching out for a battle just like Esteban loose and I think everyone is looking forward to that that that all in the coming line in the last season and a half now what's do you sense for Aria Ah losing faith time on the line in the we decided that Boston was the first tair child ceased when he did only only one season beckoned for awhile so everybody expected the stock to deem Bahrain everybody remembers that the end it was Sebastian that lost the victory for Ferrari so it was completely opposite the big prize for for that situation probably unity best Lupino the end Easter break starting the circumstances that the end so if we will do next race another mistake like a monster it enough for the for the.

"jenga" Discussed on NFL: The Dave Dameshek Football Program

NFL: The Dave Dameshek Football Program

03:41 min | 1 year ago

"jenga" Discussed on NFL: The Dave Dameshek Football Program

"I i re- kill feels like jenga piece of the entire the unfortunate you know. I just think that's it's. It's not going to push back on this one because greg's best player strategy you had me until this point. That offense is fine with. I don't think i think yes he is obviously veasley. Elevates them to a new level but i think pamela homes is so good and they think they have sufficient weapons that they'll still be really really good without him when he main events if you tried nick but it could be like greatest of all time with them. I don't know people have convinced me in the last week that the chiefs defense not only didn't get better got worse in the off season. I don't think that's true. I think just the coordinator change alone helps too but i don't think they got significantly better chargers. They already lost him. I know they can get by without him. I mean you could. You're talking german james but you could make the case. It was russell because they're he's being replaced by a second year undrafted craft guy who was so bad in his brief time last year that he got benched for sam tevi who turned out to be one of the worst tackles in the league and it's still there tackles. Two tackles are rough but i would go with those guys gone with keenan out now if they think they're ok it receiver. I think it would would be loaded. That's good but they're missing three of their best eight or nine boyer casey hayward. I think yeah i mean they've played without bosa so they played without ingram. They brought in early and tillery by the way lamp didn't win the job. You see that a lot of a lot of fourth lamp pipe you know second round guard has ever talked about more than four so let's not talk about him any further keep by here <hes> the the the other fellas heroes waiting any longer here and and now i'm losing my microphone. What gives the let's round it out here a._f._c. North baltimore ravens greg rosenthal one of their great supporters. I happen to love what they're trying to do. As well i also believe from what i've heard. People who are in touch with <hes> with the the insiders in that building. Even they understand that the high end for them is ten and six at at any given time they are never thirteen and three team in their never the three and thirteen team playing the style ball. They intend to play a year but there are middle of the pack team that at its highest. It's probably like i say ten wins you win. Ten games you go into the plath weird. You're not you're challenge for every team from game to game if they're willing to give you i mean imagine the preparation that goes into that and on the other side of that. You're going to be physically weekly beaten yeah. I'm gonna go matt jude. On how about you. I would go marlin humphry. There's of all the teams you brought up. Actually the ravens are weirdly the toughest. I don't know it's kinda shows they. I don't really have what's his top frontline talent there slot corner or they lost one of the lost. Some depth <unk> lost imagine being an n._f._l. Defender you're out on the field and it's not just oh they're running the wishbone like barry switzer would they have mark ingram doing it and they have justice hill doing it and they have gus edwards doing it and can addicts and lamar jackson jackson different kinds of runners who has the ball and well. How do i tackle this guy versus. That guy like justice hill versus gus edwards are the two very different kinds of human beings running with the football. I was going to be a lot to handle. I love it. I mean what i'm worried about the absence of a pass rusher which is why i chose jude on bungles this is tough baez sc probably like geno atkins or something. I guess gene okay. We'll move past them. Quickly the cleveland brown's. This is an easy one. I would go like j._c..

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"jenga" Discussed on NFL: The Dave Dameshek Football Program

NFL: The Dave Dameshek Football Program

02:43 min | 1 year ago

"jenga" Discussed on NFL: The Dave Dameshek Football Program

"If the premise as just grind this team between the tackles 'cause we're up six in the fourth quarter order. I don't think alvin kamara is built to do that. Necessarily so i do have some concerns and i don't think they win the division. I don't think they make the playoffs as a matter. You've got some heat. I listen and this is the time for a hot. Take someone's gonna remember me. I'm writing them down in penn next the n._f._c. east dallas cowboys. Go okay do they this. Oh so the n._f._c. east. I have three offensive linemen in this really okay so with dallas. I went with zack martin. I'm going to allow it most human beings as i always say cannot identify correctly who's a good offensive lineman versus a mediocre one. I find it generally pretentious. I'll allow the entire offensive line and if you wanna throw that okay yeah i think that we talked about earlier the absence of zeke elliot and that sort of thing and debating who's who matters in an offense. I think pretty clearly we saw how much they struggled with tyron. Smith wasn't in there and shout out though to <hes> to tank lawrence the most <hes> sort of anonymous superstar in the n._f._l. The skins and with another offensive lineman here's why that saw jenga concept to me what you're looking at is not only who's good but how deep is the group yeah right. I think this skins offensive line is the equivalent of like a jenga level that has one bar just perilously holding up the entire so the east coast version of the houston texans exactly if you take out one of those offensive lineman amen it's over so i just did <hes> brandon scherf character. Um the philadelphia eagles another offensive lineman real yeah okay which now maybe you should've been makes perfect saints. Although fletcher cox is a is a good answer as well. We'll see they've got death there now right with with andrei dillard and but i kind of looked at the depth chart and i thought if you took jason kelsey they would struggle but cox is probably better answer belt. That's a that's a good good one there. Who do we have left in the division. The giants okay so another bad team situation. I mean the defense will really also your this is gonna hurt. Eddie spaghetti's gattis feelings. He's sitting right there spaghetti. Do you want to weigh in on one. I have a giants. I'll give a genetic jenkins because the cornerbacks are very very a young outside of him and <hes> inexperience guys like sam bill and and they distract the baker and balancing but <hes> another thing of zero pat whoever their best pass rushers it's marcus golden and there's no pass rush than the the defensive backs or even worse that evans a big question mark so the defense is just a traveling..

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"jenga" Discussed on NFL: The Dave Dameshek Football Program

NFL: The Dave Dameshek Football Program

02:42 min | 1 year ago

"jenga" Discussed on NFL: The Dave Dameshek Football Program

"I wanna i wanna see how far we can go here with with our annual jenga piece iding across football america here again. The jenga theory is that everybody's going to have some injuries along the way the real concern is if you lose the wrong player. It can scuttle your whole season. The whole thing can implode like a grand jenga game here and let's go around the wheel. Let's start it off with the n._f._c. west since we're already on that subject the the n._f._c. champion rams jenga piece oh and again. We don't do the quarterback because it's too easy to say well. If it's a quarterback goes down obviously that is the case. Who can they not afford afford to lose. This is a pretty easy one. It isn't easy one. It is aaron donald now. They think they've got an outside. Pass rush this season so last last season. The rams got fifteen percent of their pressure from the edge which was the lowest percentage in the n._f._l. It's pretty much aaron donald and that's it. They think dante fowler. There's gonna be that dude this year. They sent him to one fourteen million dollar contract. They brought back clay matthews at no one's really you know blowing smoke on that but they have not been able to get to the quarterback outside outside. Donald i think over the last couple of years so if you take him out even with i i like fowler. I think that it would be a pretty big problem. I hard to disagree with that. I went obviously although i do continue to todd gurley but i'll defer to you on that one but i do think i i do wonder how how dynamic that offense as if todd gurley is never on the field we saw c. J. anderson crushed it. Yeah that worked against some teams didn't work against bella. Check though okay. Let's go then to the seattle seahawks okay so as i mentioned after tyler lockett the wide receiver death is a real problem so i'm going to go with locke it great one. I like that very much <hes> next up. Let's go san francisco forty niners so i was torn on this one because i wanted as i i mentioned i really don't like this defense behind that front line and i think richard sherman's pretty much the only guy you can trust in the secondary right now but i don't have kiddle i would go capital too because that pass catching corers right and while the other side of it is to that something yeah as a matter of fact this is how i know we had that conversation and i didn't imagine rams camp. I said i liked that niners d and you said but they're secondary isn't good and i said listen. Listen if you can get deep enough into the season and get into the into the play offs. It's really more about pass rushes and you said no. That's two year old thinking. It's now the secondary..

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"jenga" Discussed on NFL: The Dave Dameshek Football Program

NFL: The Dave Dameshek Football Program

02:49 min | 1 year ago

"jenga" Discussed on NFL: The Dave Dameshek Football Program

"Zalid. 's studio sixty six positively the overflowing with enthusiasm and a superstar in the sports media one of the rising stars or maybe she's already risen prison and is now at the top of the pyramid here in in the sports media either way. We're over the moon to celebrate to mark the start of the two thousand nineteen n._f._l. Season season the hundredth year of the n._f._l. With the great meena kinds what's happening so honored to be making my second appearance trying to remember when the i was. I think it was mid season. I think it was somewhere. During the two thousand eighteen season. I do remember we brought out the literal ten all to address them. Important football related matters. I believe i said when prodded with the poll words that it should not be taking a context that i believed pat. Mahomes had the potential to be the greatest cordeaux. That's right that was that which leads me to believe it was fairly far along along in this season because i can't imagine it would have said that i wish december eighteen okay so that was bold though that was i think it did you touch it yeah because we'll potential attention to become the greatest can i can. I start off on a weird place when you when you came in. I am somebody who's not very sort of huggy and i hadn't seen and so i kinda was like oh thanks for come in and like you didn't hug either not about money. Smith is also not a hugger mugger m._v._p. Ep former producer here of the d._s._p. Not a hugger so you're not a hugger either. I think i did that. Same sort of you know middle school dance hug with you. I saw tell you at rams camp. I think i went in. Did i see that when i don't remember i know i would have said the wrong precedent no but i would have recoiled from it especially especially then because it was hot out there and i wouldn't want i went and i can get dui in that kinda situation and i wouldn't want to put that on you who is a hugger race. Jones drew yeah no matter how hot it is how was let's start there and we have so many important football matters to jump into and we are not going to break out the literal ten foot pole today instead will focus august another one of our annual things. The jenga theory every team in pro football is going to sustain injuries in the twenty first century. The eh real concern is if you lose the wrong guy much like jenga game. If you pull him out of the equation the whole thing can implode. We have to figure out we'll see how far we can get. Hopefully we can cover all all thirty two teams of course. We're not beginners here so we're not going to involve quarterbacks. If you remove any quarterback from the equation this side of the new york giants at least sorry spaghetti eddie in his ally manning retro very tightly fitting <hes> giants jersey..

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Explainer 172: Is Iran bluffing?

Monocle 24: The Foreign Desk

06:47 min | 1 year ago

Explainer 172: Is Iran bluffing?

"Oh in two thousand fifteen iran and several other global players be permanent members of the u n security council european union concluded something colby joint comprehensive plan of action or poa it remains shame the deep persian acronym which works out to bob jim didn't control more widely united states together were international partners the cheap something the decades of animosity has not a comprehensive long term deal with iran will prevent it from obtaining a nuclear weapon dean chick polo also known as the iran deal because nobody enjoys saying poet acknowledge no buddy out saudi round won't iran to possess nuclear weapons it also acknowledge see high likelihood iran itself doesn't really want iran to possess nuclear weapons even if he ayatollah got to the point of having functional functional nuclear missiles before someone took decisive action to stop them unlikely any such capability would serve mostly to make iran even more by pariah state funding ready is so under the deal iran agreed to winding its nuclear development reducing its uranium stockpiled ninety eight percent and slashing the number of operating centrifuges among other restrictions in return iran and regain access to overseas assets loan frozen and was able to sell its oil abroad and joined the global financial system unbalanced iran deal walls mouthpiece of diplomatic pragmatism in twenty fifteen stay in the previous administration joined with other nations in a deal regarding iran's nuclear program however in the view of usa president donald trump it well you as president barack obama's mouthpiece of diplomatic pragmatism metabolism and therefore it had to go lost year usa went abandoning the deal and reinstating sanctions on iran and its trading partners i am announcing today that the united states will withdraw from the iran nuclear deal this week despite efforts by other parties to the deal and in fact in the cf it's all around to keep her alive iran breached v three hundred kilograms limits on the stockpile part of loving reached uranium this is almost certainly an act of attention seeking theatrical onto runs pot since theorists walked out of the deal iran's line has been they won't to uphold the deal but resent the penalties that followed washington's withdrawals iran has pointed out correctly the international atomic energy agency has verified iran's compliance up until now iran's foreign minister javad zarif has been quick to note the neurons latest the move is reversible jerky monitor them you don't have about a ride as planned has exceeded three hundred categorized as previously announced so we have clearly announced oil days and we see it is that right within the church to grow as who there wasn't one out about job there are as they always are in the middle east other dimensions to this situation grand strategy in the region is always best imagine there's a cross between chess poker and jenga recent weeks have seen largely cosmetic attacks on tank is vital persian gulf chokepoint of the strait of hormuz almost every buddy but around has blamed iran for viz iran also shut down you as drone retaliate tree rate seems to have been called off the rim of president trump while the planes were already airborne all of which is to say nothing of the perennial rivalry between iran and saudi arabia multilateral proxy conflicts between the path still raging in syria yemen and you brought the history of the middle east ties to a very large extent being directed by five used to predict what is going to happen next in the middle east as such old dispatches from inside the crystal ball should be regarded where really but it is very likely the case that iran has overplayed its hand as much as the rest of the parties to juxtapose won't keep agreements alive few of them especially you will choose iran over the united states if forced to pick a side if iran bluff is cold turnaround faces a choice of un would climb down or risking wall hoping that regime that violated you it will be able to blackmail the world into making concessions and reducing conomic pressure on it we should do v exact opposite now is the time to increase the pressure now the time is royal regards the prospect of nuclear armed iran as an existential threat not unreasonably giving you apocalyptic rhetoric of iran and its client militia hezbollah in extremist israeli doubtless act as it has previously acted against nuclear facilities in iraq and syria it is also clear that there is a faction within washington dc perhaps still simmering v hostage humiliation of forty years ago that regards iran as and account as yet unsettled and would relish any excuse if you cross us allies are partners you harm our citizens if you continue to lie cheat and deceive yes there will indeed be held a pay raise belief of welcome to two thousand and nineteen ice iran may still hold is donald trump his apparent cold back over last month striking demonstrated again but for all his bellicose busta trump has little enthusiasm for war tyrone may perceive in trump's withdrawal from poet another integration of trump's trademark damn but of course problem solve problems claim credit and be waiting now for she's counteroffer because just as trump has been determined to destroy ever bama bills he also clearly wants anything obama had and if north korea will deliver his nobel peace prize rapprochement

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Toronto police investigating prank that left car dangling from bridge

News, Traffic and Weather

01:53 min | 2 years ago

Toronto police investigating prank that left car dangling from bridge

"Confident of that today in the montlake cut they was the seventh annual windermere media cup the warmup race before some of the best collegiate rowers in the country take to the montlake cut saturday in the real windermere cup our komo crew the five time defending champs got a good race we ended up defending our cup six straight victories the coamo crew alex jap lizzy breaks james owen mortgage husky aaron wyndham denise whitaker and yours truly we get to hoist the cup once again i was really proud of morgan and look what they did to me after that denise whitaker ended up getting thrown into these these wasn't supposed to go in but she stuck where there wasn't any dot and she joined the party in the water as well that was that was fun denise said she was having a good hair day was ruined that was awesome morgan a proud of you you're not retired you're going back next year thanks mike jenga golf that your tonight it's another awesome gop shot stack who would set up like jenga golf ball knocks that little piece of wood out gravity does the rest falls nicely into place did you see us i still can't believe it is regime jane gulf jingo django i would not everyone down one shot so all right well folks let's talk about the seventy outlook i alluded to that earlier in the fact that we've got some sunshine in there we've also got the opening day of voting season starting on saturday and for once it looks like it could be okay but you can see all those sevens over there so we're in good shape for the next week or so they have it back to you thanks this car daily from bridging canada has a mystery brewing in toronto when curse responded to the call they found the gutted car with no engine you'll license plate and no one inside police i thought it was part of a movie shoot but there were no authorized shoots confirmed others thinking maybe a college prank but.

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