17 Burst results for "Joe Coffee"

"joe coffee" Discussed on Pod Dirty to Me

Pod Dirty to Me

07:39 min | 1 year ago

"joe coffee" Discussed on Pod Dirty to Me

"The big bad wolf the bill, but this would be really good I'm saying like, you know, in order to measure it you're either going to have to come outside your wife because if you come in you're going to be like did you leak for more than an hour like did you sneeze? Yep? 4 hours later, they'll come out like how much is in there? You want to know you're gonna have to come out. Do you take a vaginas or take today or something going on even have to come outside took y'all can look at it and figure it out. I want to know. Yeah, you have to have a measurement system cannot code in my honey. Does that look like more or less than know you'll know and you're not using a hold on that tonight, right? But all I got a popsicle sticks if you need them for scraping girl ya boy pulled out a little longer is equal swallowing and you know, if you could sell that market that as face cream to go off and become rich they do it in France. Okay, that's a great evening and friends everything in France. Yeah dirty motherfukers. I love you transport big in France like it. Yeah, I like em. Sure, let me and mom or my long as we keep our you'll just need to shut up and talk like that. But you know, he's getting hot it's hot as shit lie to me. I'll close my eyes I'm speaking for June 8th. We me. My friends are like he's butchering her legs. Right? Right. Well, no. No, I think the North Palm Hyundai to say that a friend man. If I go to France to learn that say for the like me to think I would learn that right right off like a restaurant part no more. Can I look at a vagina or do you have big balls? How do you say that in French? Both matter to a woman know like you know, but just a fuck I didn't get like sexy but I that's at her, you know, do you like the slopping of like big balls on you during bath? Not hot but who doesn't like I loved one big boss like that. Yeah, he's heard anything. But and even like really size is great. But honestly, if it's not as well endowed and you know how to use it then that's just that's beneficial to that could equal. Yeah, you know, not everybody's blessed with wage tennis dick, you know challenge is a bit much we talk about these like anything bigger than six and I like God bless U 160 but even real she's exactly right, you know how to use it that that fuck off. Everything else is not even matter because if you got a guy with a big big and you ask me, it's really true. We have a guy with a big dick and it's just like a plug. Yeah, it's it's awful and he can squirt all kinds of come everywhere all over your body and if he can't use it and do the right thing and get you there then it doesn't even so do you ladies like that? Do you guys offer a lot of come? I like a lot of, I loved if I she likes to play in it. I like to play in it. It's Nancy. I'm going to be back in a way. It's wrong and I don't you stay right there with my mouth is open Steakhouse catching that piece of egg know but do you ladies like that like dog? Turn you on a lot. I mean, I I like that like so much but I do think it's hot like, you know, you come somewhere outside of you and it just like rubs in. Yeah, but it doesn't have to just be a shitload of it. I don't know. It's always been enough. So I've never had somebody that was like, that's all you came. You know, I haven't. Oh I have had that. Yeah and I like to know yeah and you know that the either masturbate need came the day before, you know, when it's a small amount of calm when it's on you could even feel like I'm like, that's it. No, I don't think of it and it's not a judge like, you know, they might masturbate. I'm not too you know, the the dangers we do. Yeah, you know what I'm saying? So like I don't know anybody but she didn't masturbate myself onto something here. We're on something you had a breakthrough they say thank God great. Like it just as much as y'all do we do it just as often as y'all do probably make way more. Yeah, we have this code we had this conversation before birth. Another episode and how much I mean it's just a lot. There's just a lot of masturbation going on, right and right now during the pandemic mean. Yeah off during the panda if you were single would you be scared to meet somebody new right now? I mean, I'm married and I I'm afraid to have sex with my wife by masturbating monkey germaphobe sandwich. Yeah, that makes sense. You might have covid-19 Seventeen. She might be up to nineteen by there's isn't Jason there's whites for that. No, I am surrogate. Oh gosh, there's no of his mind though. Now, I'm really does Jason. It's okay. Yeah. Yeah. Yeah the amount out. Yeah. I'm not focused on them. I've never been focused on the amount of, back to the question. But you know, it's funny though because I've noticed speaking of surrogacy. Like I had to go we were doing IVF. And so I had to go Master a job. Debate, yeah my sample. Yeah, and there's two parts of this story. That's funny like so I was there and my wife is completely embarrassed by how I am cuz I am I don't care about me that I'm fine. I can do that here in the waiting. So we're rewriting in this fucking dude comes in anywhere fatigues and he walks up to the counter. He's like, yeah. I'm here from Georgia. I think it gives them a little company walks out and they're like, can we get Jason buck? And I was like already in there and I found not important to watch I browsed for how long the eighties eighties born I did. Yeah, it's always people so that I mean about and I was like wow if y'all need to do this again, he was like, oh my God, this is this is fucking embarrassing grabbed. There is a big swing in my friend. That's right so long No problem with telling people that jerk dusters. Hey, you know what, you do it at home you do to the doctor or whatever and here's what I hey this guy. He said he used to love to go when she goes on a road trip. He always had to pull over and jerk off for whatever reason a road trip made him want to jerk off your Joe coffee tried. No, I've never done that either. Yeah. He just jerked off off off road head but.

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"joe coffee" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

01:46 min | 1 year ago

"joe coffee" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

"For the Bucks. Jimmy Butler is a bad, bad man. Is a bad man. And it's contagious and it's rubbing off on everybody around him. Is a bad bad man and a bad bad entrepreneur. Don't forget he's running that coffee house out of his hotel room. Big face coffee. Nine different varieties of Joe Coffee's for closers only Remember 20 bucks a cup regardless of size. Cash Only No, I o U's. This dude is running that side hustle out of his hotel room. While showing up like an M V P and out playing the alleged back to back M v P. Couldn't get this got more respect. Playoff Jimmy Buckets. Pigface coffee. Okay. Well, when I see the way this guy goes about his business when I see this guy showing up at 4 A.m. might give ad paid 20 bucks I give aiming for a cup. Ah, Big face, Joe. Do that every single morning instead, my current routine I wonder. Wonder, man. You guys sell that stuff in markets. When we come back. Padre fans just stand on it they want in. Much is let you in Padre Fan. You want to talk also about the thunder. Rockets CP three and the Monster Kid. Got ourselves a game seven. Football season kicking off We're now days away. The reigning champs are set to take the field to kick it all off, and there's no better place to.

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"joe coffee" Discussed on TED Radio Hour

TED Radio Hour

04:36 min | 1 year ago

"joe coffee" Discussed on TED Radio Hour

"Sometimes, simple act of kindness toward another person. A, thank you. Complement of vote of confidence can have a much bigger effect than we realize and can even change the way we look at ourselves. And for Jacobs that kind of appreciation turned into a journey of a thousand. Thank us all for just a cup of coffee. I decide to go backwards so started with the Barista at Joe Coffee, which is coffee chain in New York where I go? And I thanked her, and she thanked me for thanking her. Would you say to her? You said Hey I just WANNA extra. Thank you for making my cup of coffee this morning. That's it I just rest my gratitude and I think she was pleasantly surprised because he doesn't get thanked all that often. So you after thinking the Barista I, guess you decided to meet with a guy named Ed Kaufman, who who works for Joe Coffee, so yeah I met at Kaufman who is the guy who goes around the world testing the beans tasting them and I loved that because he was so passionate about this brown liquid, and he taught me how to differentiate the tastes, because he would take a sip, and his face would light up, and he would say sensing honey, Crisp Apple, and able syrup in pineapple, upside down cake, and I love that idea of of savoring and appreciating. It's so tied.

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"joe coffee" Discussed on Digital Coffee

Digital Coffee

12:55 min | 2 years ago

"joe coffee" Discussed on Digital Coffee

"One of the best or premier Android makers out there as they do make Android phones, and tablets as well. Very low profile one, you can. Use different audio apps for this as well, which I'm going to get into an another episode, but it's one I recommend for your Android users, because I don't wanna leave you guys out. I am an entered user for my phone. I have a Samsung note nine so I understand need to give you. Options because not everybody loves apple. I have no complaints about apple really. They're fine for what they do. But this is an alternative for it next. One is going to be ipads. I recommend either getting ipad, pro the new one. The reason why is because you actually have you be dash seed inputs the new ipad pro does have that as well. So actually use only one input for all of it. Other is different versions of this allow recommend more. The eleven inch ipad pro wifi to in Forty-six gig. Now it's going to be around thousand dollars for this one, but also use the new apple pencil, which is a very handy pencil to get. So there is that, that's, that's one of my recommend, because it has the latest tech for ipads, is usually pretty good counts. Right notes on it. But for those that can't afford the latest ipad. Oh AL's recommend the mini. It's very small lightweight one that just released the new minis so that does have an updated version of all the specs that had pro does or lease the air does it doesn't have every night pet products, but it's a little bit cheaper, and get pretty good specs on it will use the original apple pencil, not the second generation won the pros the oil use the second generation one. So if you don't want to spend that much money on it, the ipad minis, the other way to go. Now, if you don't really like I pads that much or tablets, you don't really wanna work with those, then you can I recommend, either getting a surface services are really good. They're expensive, but I recommend getting surface usually have the top line specs. Look really great and it's also a tablet slash laptop with a pen as well. So that's a highly recommended as well as the surface pro six usually get the. I five or the I seven one I will cost you even more money. But try to get something with the beefy specs, I would usually go for sixteen gigs Aram. But sometimes you can only go eight, but that's my preference on ram because more ram you better, the processing is going to be on that one. Also, I recommend getting the pixel book for Google. Yes, I'm going for various different things. You can get the I five of the seven one it's going to be just as good. I actually tried to conceal to get sixteen gigs Aram. You might not be able to sing Graham, as what shorts you can get the realize the pixel book is, it's one of the top line Chromebooks for Google and abuse Chromebooks, since in beta testing actually sent me one when it didn't even launch it, and it's a really good operating system platform are some downsides of it, but it's been getting better and better all the time. So that is another one that's been going. It's about thousand bucks for this one's, but it's been going down prices. There's law sales on exurban doing. That well, but it's still a really good, solid alternative to windows or apple next for the ones that still love apple going to recommend the MAC book pro as well try to get as much spec seeking out of it use recommend the ice seven the I five gay ram is sufficient, if you can get more. My desktop actually has two gigs Aramco's Anderson, ram is very important, but sixteen gigs will do for it knows gonna be pricey because apple always prizes over two thousand dollars for this one. There is an I nine one, but I don't really think you actually need an I nine is for more heavy content creators, but it's not against if you wanna act to get an I nine I just, it's just gonna be a lot pricier. It's going to be more towards the three grand ram. So there's that you have different options of two hundred fifty six gigs five twelve gigs in one terabyte. But you can also. So us hard drives. External hard drives to boost that storage as well. No. The only downside with a lot of MAC products. Is that you can't really upgrade them as much as you can't PC's why? Prefer PC's over MAC, only because I do build my own computers, which in one episode, I will tell you to how what products are what components to get to build a streaming content creation, PC because it is really important to get the right components for it. But for all one package. Straight out the door MAC book pro is not a bad way to go. It's just you're gonna pay your pay some money for it, because that's what apple does apple knows what people want people love apple for specific reasons. I am usually pretty neutral, more towards windows, Android, because I've used those and I kinda like why actually really do like the flexibility that those have but nothing against apple because it you make. Really great products now moving on actually desktops. I found some prebuilt. They're more gaming desktops. But a lot of times gaming desktops can be content creation, desktops. Now, this when I found has seeks ram hard drive is two terabytes windows ten, it's got the individual ten sixty. It's, it's not the newest graphics card, but a will do for what you need. And so that's the one it is one that's already prebuilt. They said it's for VR, but generally need care about VR because most monarchy's are built for quote unquote, VR. I really hate those little tag lines because it's not really true that some aren't some are there is a Dell one. The next recommended the eighth generation, I seven seven hundred I will note that the eighty seven hundred ice seven does run very hot. I worked for PC component company, I tested, some of their coolers, and it's just it was just hard to keep cool on full load, but it is very good. In the most part, it's good. It's good CPU. I prefer the Reisen chips from AMD. They're a lot better in a lot cheaper as well as well as sixty gigs Aram. It has a ten seventy card which is actually a better card in general for you. But if you're not going to be doing a lot of gaming or streaming or even I mean you can still stream the ten sixty Balogh high and sense of gaming. You don't really need a high end card. It's depending on what you're going to be doing with, if you're going to be doing a lot of heavy like after fix the better the card, grab scarred. The better it's going to be the better. It's going to encode take long. But that's another one to look at. It's more of alienware Dell because Dell owns alienware also the HP almond ones. This one has a Reisen seven twenty seven hundred processor out the x twenty five hundred Xs the top of the line second generation Reisen now, the third generation risings are coming out, so fickle. Twenty what but also has sixteen gigs Aram, which always recommend also comes with the twenty seventy which is one of the it's the newer line of Invidia cards. There's that as well used in your line of bidding cards, always better. But I've attend eighty some away another generation until I consider getting new graphs cards. I don't need. You don't need a buy graphs card every single generation that comes out because it's really not that much of a performance boost usually now next is going to be hard drives. Now, you have harder than you computers, began axe, she by external hard rights and portable hard drives for the portable side of it. I recommend the rugged portable hard drive is actually is a four terabyte one, but you can get one terabyte to about five hundred gigs. More space better. You can also have the difference between us be three point. Oh, us be dash c thunderbolt USB dash c so there's different ones. But I've got the rugged one if you're going to be moving it around because of. Will actually last longer and be able to take abuse again. Have it take? Hurt. But this one's about two hundred dollars. There is that as well. Also, if you just want to have a backup or put a lot of your files or data on an extra hard drive. I've been using eight by Seagate backup hub plus and it's actually really good. It has to USB inputs in it. So you can actually can actually charge things through as well. There is a four terabyte through ten terabyte eighths pretty good. If you want ten it's gonna cost you about one hundred fifty bucks. Eight terabyte one and a ten terabyte one's gonna run you about two hundred seventy dollars. So to extra terabytes bumps it up quite a bit. But these are what I recommend for storing year. Video files your audio files on their special you need a backup. It's always good to back up your computer. Also, your files as well backed up from one drive to dropbox and also extra hard. Lives, you get off cloud because getting off from the cloud and extra protection for when things get hacked, or we computer gets hacked. So this, this is another one that I recommend in the last thing I recommend is a power strip tower. Now, you may not realize just how many things you're plugging in or charging. So this one is actually pretty handy in allowing you to save space, but also charged whole bunch of different. Devices, it has about four USB slots, ten outlet plug so you can charge about fourteen different types of devices, and not nice little contain space, I prefer this, because like I said before you're gonna have a louder and things charging at one time, and it gets a little hectic, with all the cables, the wires you're like, what is this going to was going to? So this is an extra benefit that actually recommend as well. Another thing. I recommend if you're a coffee lover and I'm not gonna sponsored by them at all is the ember mug of you don't know the ember mug is basically a retard -able mug, keep your coffee heated for couple of hours without the saucer and saucer is charging on the saucer as long as you want. There's an Android app, an apple app, our app. You can basically customize the temperature for as well. So if you're. Level. Like I am be sure to get that. Because if you're a sip resign, usually Tipper usually have a copy cups by my desk, staying there, all day Cole. Mike Welt got drink cold. Hot coffee are copy. That was hot than turn cold. And that's the last one, I recommend, and that's the end of the show. Thank you for tuning in for an hour and a half about just audio and how to set up your audio side of the podcast next. It'll coffee episode which is in two weeks will be about the video side of it everything from cameras to capture cards to lighting everything you need to know before you start it because a lot of times, you won't even know what you need. Also, do some webcams as well just because easier input do as well as always be sure to subscribe to Joe coffee on apple podcast. Google podcast Spotify, tune in, I heart radio pocket cast on just about every. Anything I can be as well..

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"joe coffee" Discussed on News Radio 810 WGY

News Radio 810 WGY

02:03 min | 2 years ago

"joe coffee" Discussed on News Radio 810 WGY

"Is the most important part to keep warm. Layers gloves boots. Lots of school delays closings this morning because of the coldness key unit. Schools are closed for the day. Because of a blown transformer was bad as it was here on Wednesday with the snow squalls things were a lot worse on the throughway way. West of us, a twenty one car pile up near Rochester. The accident happened yesterday on I ninety between exit forty seven and forty eight officials say tractor trailers were involved in the incident and a state trooper was also hurt in a statement. Governor Cuomo said tractor-trailers shouldn't have been out on the road due to restrictions that were in place on buses and big rigs violators are subject to a four hundred fifty dollar fine and points on their license as well as possible criminal charges in Wheatley, NewsRadio eight ten in one or three one WG Y. The brutally cold weather is impacting flights across the country. According to flight aware, more than two thousand flights canceled today with more than two hundred and fifty delayed Chicago's O'Hare and midway international airports, have the most cancellations and delays Southwest Airlines which operates. Large Hubbard midway as nearly four hundred and fifty delayed or cancelled flights city of Albany now dealing with a one hundred and five year old oversight that a set raw sewage from the ARGUS building on Broadway straight into the Hudson river since nineteen thirteen somebody dropped the ball at that point. And it just had gone on covered for all these years. Water Commissioner Joe coffee, says untreated waste from the building has gone into a storm drain instead of the city sewer system has been pumping and estimated six thousand gallons per day into the river. This one got missed and we actually found a plan sheet that goes back to when they were designing this in nineteen thirteen enersen explicit no to connect that beaver street sewer tends this new interceptor. So we're and it didn't happen price tag to hook up the building to the city sewer system estimated at around fifty thousand dollars proper connection expected in a couple of weeks w g y news time nine oh four our next update at nine thirty. I'm Reid shepherd. The Glenn Beck program in two minutes on NewsRadio one zero three one WG. Y? Cattle regions breaking news. News, traffic and weather station. Hi,.

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"joe coffee" Discussed on News Radio 810 WGY

News Radio 810 WGY

01:35 min | 2 years ago

"joe coffee" Discussed on News Radio 810 WGY

"Away from the child who is under the care of county social services state liquor authority has suspended the license at the river street pub in Troy, WGN wise by Patrick the suspension, which takes effect. Immediately comes after a shooting earlier this month at the bar that injured marines mcgeown Glen falls. Authority officials are also seeking a permanent rather Qizheng the bars liquor light. Presence claiming the owner of the Bar Chen zone telecom. Didn't report the incident then the nine the shooting took place inside the bar. They say he deliberately attempted to conceal evidence. Mike, Patrick NewsRadio. Eight ten one. Oh, three one WJ Y W G Y morning. News time five thirty four. Senate minority leader Chuck Schumer is asking the director of national intelligence to school, President Trump about the facts of national security threats Schumer wrote a letter to director Dan Coats, after Trump took to Twitter to criticize his intelligence chiefs, calling them extremely passive and naive coats and the CIA director contradicted Trump on threats posed by Iran, North Korea ISIS and Russia during a congressional hearing on Tuesday, well, better late than never to fix the problem. The city of all the me now says untreated sewage from the ARGUS building along. Broadway has been spilling into the Hudson. River since nineteen thirteen thousands of gallons per day city water Commissioner Joe coffee says. The building was supposed to connect to an interceptor line back then but for one reason or another it never happened. I would have been an easy connection the way they had designed it built. And they built it on your other side of the storm sewer,.

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"joe coffee" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

03:30 min | 2 years ago

"joe coffee" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Oh, I could have spent the next fifty years of my life thanking people, and I could have given a Ted talk that was about four hundred hours long because. Yeah, that's what it made me realize is how interconnected. Everything is how many people it takes. It doesn't take a village to make a Cup of coffee and takes the world. And it was really a lesson in how interconnected we are and sort of time linked to because this trend towards tribalism is I find quite disturbing. And this is a reminder of how we all depend on each other. Sometimes simple act of kindness toward another person. A thank you a compliment of vote of confidence can have a much bigger effect than we realize. And can change the way we look at ourselves. So today on the show, we're gonna explore those ideas about what can happen when we stopped and recognize the power of showing the worth of others in why it all matters, even when it's not easy. And for AJ Jacobs that kind of appreciation turned into a journey of a thousand. Thank you all for just a Cup of coffee. I decided to go backwards. So I started with the barista and Joe coffee, which is the coffee chain in New York where I go, and I thanked her and she thanked me for thanking her. What would you say? Or are. You said, hey, I just wanna I just wanna thank you for making my Cup of coffee this money. That's it. I just my gratitude. And I think she was pleasantly surprised because she doesn't get thanked all that often. So you like drought a time line on a piece of paper, and then put barista on one end and coffee on the other, and then sort of reverse engineer every step of the way. And then all the people that you would have to think. Well, I have a huge list of people, and it wasn't like a line. It was more like a forest is over instantly. I thanked all the people helped with my coffee, but what about the cop? So I wanted to thank the people who made the cop, and including the inventor of the modern czar f- that was one of my favorite words. I learned Z A R F is the cardboard sleeve goes around your coffee Cup to keep your fingers from being uncomfortably hot. You know, this guy has made people lies just a little tiny bit better. But we never thank him. We never acknowledged that. All right. See you after thinking the barista, and then the people who major your Cup. I guess you decided to meet with a guy named Ed Kaufman who who works for Joe coffee. I. So yeah, I met Ed Kaufman. Who is the guy who goes around the world to South America to Africa testing the beans tasting them. And and I love that. Because he was so bashing it about this Brown liquid. And he taught me how to differentiate the tastes because he would take a sip and his face would light up, and he would say all I'm sensing Honey, crisp, apple and maple syrup and pineapple upside down.

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"joe coffee" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

05:00 min | 2 years ago

"joe coffee" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Sleep better eat banner, you're more generous. So intellectually, I know like, I should be grateful. But how do you do that? And that's when I decided, you know, what I'm going to try this ritual and home where I'm going to try to say, thanks to all the people who helped make my meal a possibility. So I would I would before a meal. You know, I'd like to thank the farmer who grew the tomato. And the cashier who rang the tomatoes up at the grocery store, and that's when my son who is ten very perceptively said dad, that's fine. But it's also totally lame. Because those people can't hear you they're not in our apartment. So if you really are committed then you should go and thank those people in person. Jacobs picks up the story from the Ted stage. Now, I'm a writer and for my books I like to go on adventures go on quests. So I decided I'm going to take my son on his challenge. It seems simple enough and to make it even simpler, I decided to focus on just one item an item I can't live without my morning Cup of coffee. Well, it turned out to be not so simple at all. This quest. Took me months. It took me around the world. Because I discovered that my coffee would not be possible without hundreds of people. I take for granted. So I would thank the trucker who drove the coffee beans to the coffee shop, but he couldn't have done his job without the road. So I would thank the people who pave the road. And then I would thank the people who made the asphalt for the pavement. And he couldn't do his job without the folks who drew the yellow lines on the road because they kept my truck driver from smashing into oncoming traffic is like splitting an atom. You can thank the people who makes the paint for the lines on the road. And then the people who made the machines to enable the paints to be mixed. And then the people who mined the iron to make the machines to mix the paint. And then you can there's lots of people to think, oh, I could have spent the next fifty years of my life thanking people, and I could have given a Ted talk that was about four hundred hours long because. Yeah, that's what it made me realize how interconnected everything is how many people it takes. It doesn't take a village to make a Cup of coffee and takes the world. And it was really a lesson in how interconnected we are and sort of timely to because this trend towards tribalism is I find quite disturbing. And this was a reminder of how we all depend on each other. Sometimes simple act of kindness toward another person. A thank you a vote of confidence can have a much bigger effect than we realize and can even change the way we look at ourselves. So today on the show, we're gonna explore those ideas about what can happen when we stopped and recognize the power of showing kindness the worth of others in why it all matters, even when it's not easy. And for AJ Jacobs that kind of appreciation turned into a journey of a thousand. Thank you all for just a Cup of coffee. I decided to go backwards. So I started with the barista and Joe coffee, which is the coffee chain in New York where I go, and I thanked her and she thanked me for thanking her. What would you say? Or are you said, hey, just want to thank you for making my Cup of coffee this money. That's it. I just can't my gratitude. And I think she was pleasantly surprised because she doesn't get thanked all that often. So do you like drought a time line on a piece of paper, and then put barista on one end and coffee on the other, and then sort of reverse engineer every step of the way? And then all the people that you would have to think, well, I have a huge list of people, and it wasn't like a line. It was more like a forest is over instantly. I thanked all the people who helped with my coffee, but what about the cop? So I wanted to thank the people who made the cop, and including the inventor. Of the modern Zarif that was one of my favorite words. I learned Z A R F is the cardboard sleeve that goes around your coffee Cup to keep your fingers from being.

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"joe coffee" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

04:58 min | 2 years ago

"joe coffee" Discussed on KQED Radio

"You're more generous. So intellectually I knew like I should be grateful. But how do you do that? And that's when I decided, you know, what I'm gonna try this ritual at home where I'm going to try to say, thanks to all the people who helped make my meal a possibility. So I would before meals say, you know, I'd like to thank the farmer who grew the tomato in the cashier who rang the tomatoes up at the grocery store, and that's when my son who is ten very perceptively said dad, that's fine. But it's also totally lame. Because those people can't hear you they're not in our apartment. So if you really are committed then you should go and thank those people in person. AJ Jacobs picks up the story from the Ted stage. Now, I'm a writer and for my books I like to go on adventures go on quests. So I decided I'm going to take my son up on his challenge. It seems simple enough to make it even simpler, I decided to focus on just one item an item. I can't live without my morning Cup of coffee. Well, it turned out to be not so simple at all. This quest. Took me months. It took me around the world. Because I discovered that my coffee would not be possible without hundreds of people. I take for granted. So I would thank the trucker who drove the coffee beans to the coffee shop, but he couldn't have done his job without the road. So I would think the people who pave the road, and then I would thank the people who made the asphalt for the pavement. He couldn't do his job without the folks who drew the yellow lines on the road because they kept my truck driver from smashing into oncoming traffic. And like splitting an atom because you can thank the people who makes the paint for the lines on the road. And then the people who made the machines to enable the paints to be mixed, and then the people who mined the iron to make the machines to mix paint. And then really you can visit lots of people to think, oh, it's never seen it. I could have spent the next fifty years of my life thanking people, and I could have given a Ted talk that was about four hundred hours long 'cause yeah, that's what it made me realize is how interconnected. Everything is how many people it takes. It doesn't take a village to make a Cup of coffee and takes the world. And it was really a lesson in how interconnected we are and sort of timely to because this trend towards tribalism is I find quite disturbing. And this was a reminder of how we all depend on each other. Sometimes simple act of kindness toward another person. A thank you complement of vote of confidence can have a much bigger effect than we realize and can even change the way we look at ourselves. So today on the show, we're gonna explore those ideas about what can happen when we stop and recognize the power of showing the worth of others in why it all matters, even when it's not easy. And for Jay Jacobs that kind of appreciation turned into a journey of a thousand. Thank you all for just a Cup of coffee. I decided to go backwards. So I started with the barista and Joe coffee, which is the coffee chain in New York where I go, and I thanked her and she thanked me for thanking her. What would you say her? You said, hey, I just wanna I just wanna thank you for making my Cup of coffee this morning. That's it. I just my gratitude. And I think she was pleasantly surprised because she doesn't get thanked all that often. So did you like dry out a time line on a piece of paper, and then put barista on one end and coffee on the other, and then sort of reverse engineer every step of the way? And then all the people that you would have to think, well, I have a huge list of people, and it wasn't like a line. It was more like a forest is over instantly. I thanked all the people who helped with my coffee, but what about the cop? So I wanted to thank the people who made the cop, and including the inventor. Of the modern Zarif that was one of my favorite words. I learned Z A R F is the cardboard sleeve that goes around your coffee Cup to keep your fingers.

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"joe coffee" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

01:52 min | 2 years ago

"joe coffee" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"And she thanked me for thanking her. What would you say? Or are. You said, hey, I just wanna I just wanna thank you for making my Cup of coffee this morning. That's it. I just asked my gratitude. And I think she was pleasantly surprised because she doesn't get thanked all that often. So did you like drought? A time line on a piece of paper, and then put barista on one end and coffee on the other, and then sort of reverse engineer every step of the way. And then all the people that you would have to think. Well, I have a huge list of people, and it wasn't like a line. It was more like a forest is over instantly. I thanked all the people who helped with my coffee, but what about the cop? So I wanted to thank the people who made the cop, and including the inventor of the modern Zarif that was one of my favorite words. I learned Z A R F is the cardboard sleeve that goes around your coffee Cup to keep your fingers from being uncomfortably hot. You know? This guy has made people lies just a little tiny bit better bowling ever. Thank him. We never acknowledged that. All right. So you after thinking the barista and the people who major your Cup. I guess you decided to meet with a guy named Ed Kaufman. Who who works for Joe coffee? I so yeah, I met Ed Kaufman. Who is the guy who goes around the world to South America to Africa testing the beans tasting them. And and I loved that. Because he was so. Passionate about this Brown liquid. And he taught me how to differentiate the tastes because he would take a sip and his face would light up. And he would say I'll I'm sensing Honey crisp apple maple syrup and pineapple.

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"joe coffee" Discussed on E&C's Pod of Awesomeness

E&C's Pod of Awesomeness

03:57 min | 2 years ago

"joe coffee" Discussed on E&C's Pod of Awesomeness

"But here's here's what stuck in my mind. And I'm going to sound like the result old frumpy veteran. Yeah. I they go to ringside and see them fighting at ringside, and I see these inaugural tag team championships that these guys are doing these amazing things for and they're sitting on the ground and the feet of the ring announcer. Yeah. And I thought they don't seem out important, then if they're just sitting on the ground, I it's a small thing. But if if these championships I mean, something then they should be on like some kind of velvet covered podium or something. And it's the first time somebody's winning these things, and you just see them sitting at you know. Somebody's feet, you know, by their by their sketchers, you know, and how no doesn't mean unless that was a shot. They weren't supposed to get. But yeah, I mean, if you wanna you're absolutely right. Like, if you wanna paint that picture of of this. These titles the first time ever both. These teams are putting it on the line for. Yeah. Them presented there in the in the background things bird. But those little things they add up. Those little things means do. All right. Yeah. I agree with you thought it was a fun match. You know, the thing I liked about this card was that it all matches had time. Yeah. You know? They didn't didn't just throw a bunch of matches on just to see how many they get in. There is a there is enough matches that the that each match had enough time to to tell whatever story was they were trying to tell what and also too. I don't know if the roster is is big enough at this point to rent to have you know, a bunch of matches. So it's a great time to be on it to to get your time time into show what you can do because you know, as as a person in this industry, you want that time on a pay per view to be what it is that you can do. Yeah. Time is always the enemy, right? You're always fighting for more fighting for more time. And you know, it's like I've always said before I was much better at twenty twenty five thirty minutes than I was at six or seven minutes. Like, I really didn't know what to do with six or seven minutes. It's hard. It's hard short story. It's a haiku. It's you're just starting to get your groove. You're just starting to feel the crowd of five or six minutes. And you know, when you're asked to do a match in that time, you know, you'll have people say, oh, how there I don't know. It's just. Is tough with that amount of time. So your point it was good. They all they all had some time to tell their stories, and I think that was most evident in the the the main event with Joe coffee and with with Pete done. Yeah. It wasn't pretty. But I like that wasn't pretty Joe coffee is not going to be your fluid. Dean milenko. Guy. And that's okay. It was different. Yeah. Different bras. Ugly and nam if it looks to rehearse I mean, his his stuff does not look rehearsed. You know what I mean? And I mean that Nagoya way I thought it was a fun. I was almost like a movie almost like a rocky movie where they had this moments where they'd come back and just face off and biz fun. Good little movie told all call it. Yeah. I mean, I like I like it a lot too. I mean, we've talked about before being, you know, stickler for for details and stuff there's a couple of things from. Here's what really help like when they were both on the floor and Pedone was down and Joe coffee rolled the rain Wade from to come back in like that if you're desperate if you're desperate contender trying to win this coveted title guys had over six hundred days, and you have them hurt..

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"joe coffee" Discussed on TED Radio Hour

TED Radio Hour

04:38 min | 2 years ago

"joe coffee" Discussed on TED Radio Hour

"From being uncomfortably hot. You know, this guy has made people lives just a little tiny bit better. But we never thank him. We never acknowledged that. All right. So you after thinking the barista, and then the people who made your your Cup. I guess you decided to meet with a guy named Ed Kaufman. Who who works for Joe coffee? I on so. Yeah, I met Ed Kaufman. Who is the guy who goes around the world to South America to Africa testing the beans tasting them. And and I loved that. Because he was so bashing it about this Brown liquid. And I he taught me how to differentiate the tastes because he would take a sip and his face would light up, and he would say I'll I'm sensing Honey crisp, apple and maple syrup and pineapple upside down cake, and I love that idea of of savoring and appreciating so tied into gratitude. By the end of the project. I was just in a thanking frenzy. So I I would get up and spend a couple of hours, I write emails and notes make phone calls. Visit people to thank them for their role in my coffee and some of them, quite honestly, not that into it. They would be like what what is the is this a pyramid scheme? What's dry? What do you want? What are you selling? But most people were surprisingly moved. I remember I called the woman who does the pest control for the warehouse where my coffee is stored. And I said this may sound strange, but I wanna thank you for keeping the bugs out of my coffee, and she said, well that does sound strange, but you just made my day, and every place every stop on this gratitude trail would give birth to one hundred other people that I could think so I. I went down to Columbia to thank the farmers who grow my coffee beans, and it was in a small mountain towns, and I met the farmers that Guarnizo brothers. It's a small farm. They make great coffee. They're paid above fair trade prices for it. And they showed me how the coffee is grown. The bean is actually inside this fruit called the coffee cherry, and I thank them. And they said, well, we couldn't do our job without one hundred other people the machine that deep hopes the fruit is made in Brazil and the pickup truck they drive around the farm, and that is made from parts from all over the world. I think in the end they kinda got into the spirit of the project, and they did not kick me out, and they actually invited me back. So maybe I'll go and enjoy their coffee again. So you were like really immersing yourself in this thing. Right. His because part of this is it's like, I'm just going to try this thing out part of you has to become that like you had to become Mr. gratitude like you to believe in it almost like it was a religion. Did you start to kind of feel differently on on that trip? Well, yeah. And one of the revelations that runs through many of my projects is just how powerful that is how much our behavior shapes our thoughts. So I saw this like I would wake up in my typical grumpy mood, and I would force myself to spend an hour writing. Thank you notes or calling. People. And by the end of that, our my mind had caught up I sort of tricked my mind and made it realize oh my God. Look at all these things that went right? And that ties into something that is one of my pet passions. Which is that gratitude should not be the same as complacency because some people are worried that when you're grateful. I you think oh everything's wonderful. We don't need to change the thing. But my argument, and it's backed up by some fascinating research is that gratitude actually is the opposite of that. Gratitude makes you more aware and more open to trying to make things better. And I'm now this personally when I'm in a bad mood. I'm not thinking about other people. I'm just thinking about myself. But when I'm grateful, that's when I realize all of the people who helped make this possible..

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"joe coffee" Discussed on TED Radio Hour

TED Radio Hour

04:59 min | 2 years ago

"joe coffee" Discussed on TED Radio Hour

"Better eat better. You're more generous. So intellectually I knew like I should be grateful. But how do you do that? And that's when I decided, you know, what I'm going to try this ritual at home where I'm going to try to say, thanks to all the people who helped make my meal a possibility. So I would I before a meal say, you know, I'd like to thank the farmer who grew the tomato. And the cashier who rang the tomatoes up at the grocery store, and that's when my son who is ten very perceptively said, you know, dad, that's fine. But it's also totally lame because those. People can't hear you. They're not in our apartment. So if you really are committed then you should go and thank those people in person. AJ Jacobs picks up the story from the Ted stage. Now, I'm a writer, and so we're my books I like to go on adventures go on quests. So I decided I'm going to take my son up on his challenge. It seems simple enough and to make it even simpler, I decided to focus on just one item and item. I can't live without my morning Cup of coffee. Well, it turned out to be not so simple at all. This quest. Took me months. It took me around the world. Because I discovered that my coffee would not be possible without hundreds of people. I take for granted. So I would thank the trucker who drove the coffee beans to the coffee shop, but he couldn't have done his job without the road. So I would think the people who pave the road, and then I would thank the people who made the asphalt for the pavement. And he couldn't do his job without the folks who drew the yellow lines on the road because they kept my truck driver from smashing into oncoming traffic, and like splitting an atom because you can think the people who mixed the paint for the lines on the road. And then the people who made the machines to enable the paints to be mixed. And then the people who mined the iron to make the machines to mix the paint. And then are on really you can there's lots of people to think, oh, it's never incident. I could've spent the next fifty years of my life thanking people, and I could have given a Ted talk that was about four hundred hours long because. Yeah, that's what it made me realize how interconnected everything is how many people it takes. It doesn't just take a village to make a Cup of coffee and takes the world. And it was really a lesson in how interconnected we are and sort of time linked to because this trend towards tribalism is I find quite disturbing. And this was a reminder of how we all depend on each other. Sometimes simple act of kindness toward another person. A thank you a compliment of vote of confidence can have a much bigger effect than we realize and can even change the way we look at ourselves. So today on the show, we're gonna explore those ideas about what can happen when we stop and recognize the power of showing Thomas the worth of others in why it all matters, even when it's not easy. And for AJ Jacobs that kind of appreciation turned into a journey of a thousand. Thank you all for just a Cup of coffee. I decided to go backwards. So he started with the barista and Joe coffee, which is the coffee chain in New York where I go, and I thanked her and she thanked me for thanking her. What would you say to her? You said, hey, I just wanna I just wanna thank you for making my Cup of coffee this morning. That's it. I just asked my gratitude. And I think she was pleasantly surprised because he doesn't get thanked all that often. So did you like drought a timeline on a piece of paper, and then put barista on one end and coffee on the other, and then sort of reverse engineer every step of the way? And then all the people that you would have to think, well, I have a huge list of people, and it was like a line. It was more like a forest. So for instance, I thanked all the people who helped with my coffee, but what about the cop? So I wanted to thank the people who made the cop, and including the inventor. Of the modern Zarif that was one of my favorite words. I learned Z A R F is the cardboard sleeve that goes around your coffee Cup to keep your fingers.

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"joe coffee" Discussed on The Jim Ross Report

The Jim Ross Report

05:00 min | 2 years ago

"joe coffee" Discussed on The Jim Ross Report

"And it's a real amazing cast of characters that'll be there. And we'll have young ruffea will be with me. We'll have sauce and jerky and seasoning and signed books and all kinds of good stuff. So hope you'll think about joining us three three days there in Monrovia PA for the steel city. Until the kiddy MacIntosh got a few books left side before I left there last at inside, the roast dot CO dot UK. Or if you prefer inside the rose dot co dot UK, I signed some slobber knocker books. He's got contact Kenny. He'll get one for you excited. We've had so much business shop where I think we're back stocked up think we are. It's hard to stay stocked up killed it. And then also, of course, a businesses starting to pick up as barbecue season kiss, closer and closer. And all the Ingles. Markets the southeast part of the United States low that stuff though that store if you buy Ingles. Go in a Fisher of our stuff. And and and and tweet it to me will you? And then I'm gonna finish off my tour of being facetious in July at in Waterloo miss last year was in boxing yourself arresting. I don't know Dan gave him museum, Waterloo. I'll be attending. The George Trager sleuth is professional wrestling hall of fame induction. I'm going to MC the banquet that event is the twenty fifth through the twenty seventh is best value. The most fun family friendly for a real wrestling fan that you're gonna get deter museum is amazing is absolutely amazing. I love airtime on there. I want to spend more time there, and I tried to. So if you're interested in joining us air, July twenty five twenty six to twenty seven you can follow him on Twitter at wrestling museum. And there you'll find all the formation the numbers the website, the whole nine yards that is very affordable. And Ulta you're there you'll love it. And you're surrounded by friendly wrestling fans, and and talents that wanna be there because they have to be there. Nothing like it. So Waterloo in July, and before we leave what's on my mind. I didn't wanna mission the outstanding effort and production of the inex- takeover in Blackpool. Really enjoy the show. The audience was great presentation. Overall was excellent. Love the attitude. The work ethic of the talents. Pete done defending and successor defending his title, thirty four. Minutes. Joe coffee, really good piece of business. Dennis really ticked up. Those two no doubt about it. And set the table for a great place to introduce Walter. I think that's pretty cool. So he made his debut. They're kind of getting the rub with Pete done. So you know, that's coming down the road. And why not Tony storm to feed it rea- Ripley both them really good talents. I got a lot of confidence that dubbed of signed an invite using these ladies to Kiefer's, no doubt. Tony stars got to be careful. Look and rewritten does as well, but they both can wrestle. They're both athletic, and they can wrestle. Nobody says you gotta be there's no reason can't be attractive and be able to wrestle. And of course, Tony storm won the two thousand eighteen may young classic. No, small feat. And I I was extremely surprised and happy to see him Ballard there, the ovation gut from the from the audience was extraordinary and the fin Ballard. I saw in the match. Jordan Devlin is a fan belt or I wanna see going forward. I don't again, I'll miss later on. I don't need. I don't need Samadi face. You know, you're already going in as an underdog guess most guys simply because of the weight. But I believe in fan valor believe he's he's got everything it takes to get over and the over and stay over and within dollar. We saw on the w network last weekend is the guy that I need to see more because I think he's a moneymaker. And with that said, ladies and gentlemen, that's what's on my mind. A lot more of the show still to come. But I'm excited to tell you that we've got a new sponsor a Weiss food is a company the west company, and they do.

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"joe coffee" Discussed on E&C's Pod of Awesomeness

E&C's Pod of Awesomeness

04:28 min | 3 years ago

"joe coffee" Discussed on E&C's Pod of Awesomeness

"No, he's he anyway, he's he's just a he's a tumbleweed. He's just he's rolling through life. He's dust in the wind. Yeah. Yeah. He's like a Kansas song. Exactly. T Booker t's having a match. He's back in there, isn't he? Yeah. Yeah. For for his promotion. I think. Reality wrestling, and he still still in great shape. Keep great shape poem sees not retired. He's just in the hall of fame out like you see her, and it's like he could he could still probably play for an NFL team at this point. You know, he's he's a freak not that he ever did what he could. Yeah. Great athlete. So obviously wrestled him. We both have tons of times. Always had a lot of fun with Booker. I wrestled chiampou. Yeah. Man. This time. I remember this one time I was wrestling for shampoo one of those travel days where it was like one of the travel days from hell where just everything goes wrong. Right. And we're wrestling in Omaha Nebraska, and I finally got landed in Omaha and the show had already started like half hour before. That's when I landed and. We were thick supposed to be under his at the time where they're putting Intercon title matches on like opening shows and stuff like that. And he and I were feuding for the title so jump in the car. Let them know. I was there is it just get here's fast as you can. So I'm in the cab and driving an actually like putting my tights and stuff on in the in the in the cab is I'm on my way to to the arena, and I get there. And I still had no shoes on. Know, I gotta tell in. But I. The were kept a very decent. So. On a cat. Come on. About the the arena, I run in and like the just coming out intermission. They said, okay, you're on right after intermission. And like literally dropped my bags and was putting my boots on as bookers music was playing to the to the ring in stretching and not that I was a stretcher anyway, the wall push up. I never stretched warmed up at this went out. And did it. That's how that's that was my process. So I went to the ringing and rocked that amazing match. Go some say still here south. I remember. Tell me otherwise. Didn't you guys doing icy title chain how show or something to? Yeah. We did. That was Booker, right? Yeah. Booker. There was it was was it damone Iowa believe. Yeah. They just wanted to change to to kind of shake some stuff up where? You know, let people know that things could happen at live events. And it just we were going to do it eventually. But I think got sped up to Booker hurt his back. And so we did it there anyway. And there's another time actually Booker was involved where we Jericho and we're going to drop the tag titles to Booker and gold dust at a live event. I think in Laredo, Texas, I think and Booker gotten sick overseas, and we didn't end up doing it. So oh from India trip. I think that's yeah. Everybody. Yeah. Booker. We'll have to have them on the show at some point too. Yeah. That'd be an entertaining one. So our guest today, we should probably mention we got the bruiser weight. And we talked about him last week. We we put him over pretty pretty big last week. And so we got him on the show. We got him on the show heading into an exte- UK takeover in Blackpool. So where where he's working Joe coffee for the next UK championship. Who also you said last week that you like what you said a joke coffee. So we'll get get his take on that was a whole group Wolfgang in the coffee brothers. Yeah. Yeah. For sure. Yeah. So we'll we'll see coffee break..

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"joe coffee" Discussed on Unorthodox

Unorthodox

03:03 min | 3 years ago

"joe coffee" Discussed on Unorthodox

"Dawned on which is to your book. Will you explain it a little bit would be honored to? Yeah. This book came about actually it came out in a sort of Jewish way. Because I wanted to say a prayer at mealtime, but I'm I'm agnostic slash as the eighth east somewhere in there. So instead of thanking God, I would say I'd like to thank the farmer for the tomatoes and the the cashier for selling me, the tomatoes, and and my son's after awhile, they said, you know, that's kinda lame because they can't hear you. They're not in our apartment. You're not doing them any good. If you cared. You would go and thank them in person. Kids are like go bigger, go home. Yes. Okay. Side of the thank all these people. How did you decide that you? Think that the coffee Cup of coffee was going to be like the thing. Right. That would you would tr-. Thank everyone involved in the making of it because it could have been, you know, kind of any that could have been your grilled cheese. It could have been. Remote control because actually and the kids actually they wanted me to do s'mores that was there three things though. That's a lie. I said your own damn book. But, you know, coffee, first of all, I need my coffee, and also it's just, you know, two billion cups of coffee or drunk every day. And it's a one hundred twenty five million people are employed by the coffee industry. It's like the beverage if you're gonna go big big coffee coffee. So tell us about big coffee where did you start to journey who's the first person lands backwards? So I I think the barista at a at the coffee shop, I go to hear New York. But then I wear which is which is Joe coffee founded by Jewish fellow John Dunkin donuts Starbucks. We discover we did the research episodes about coffee, very Jewish. That's interesting. Don't condone us like there was one Jewish guy. Whatever time he was in eastern mass rounded by all the Irish and French Canadian, he's the guy. Let's go ish Jewish you. Japanese much not a thing over over already. How did this? I knew not even to get on that train. And also doughnuts does not see. It's like. Dunkin bagels with like seems like to coffee shop. So anyway, yeah, I went backwards. I went to I did the taster. And then I, but I went wide because the idea is it's six degrees. Like anything you have in your life is connected to thousands of other things. So I think the people who made steel because you know, they're stealing the stop signs and the coffee truck has to, you know, stop somewhere has to stop. Otherwise, it'll get rammed and you won't get your magin. Some of this thing keys looked at you a little bit funny like what do you want? And why thing but you Cup of coffee is an excellent point. Yes. Because I was cold calling him or visiting them in person. And some of them were just like that. They're like what's going on?.

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"joe coffee" Discussed on Mafia

Mafia

04:42 min | 3 years ago

"joe coffee" Discussed on Mafia

"As the director of the FBI j. Edgar Hoover fought crime for nearly fifty years, but through the nineteen thirties and nineteen forties. He vehemently denied that there was any organized crime in America. Former NYPD detective, Joe coffee. They had the hand in the name because nobody would look at the nobody would even consider investigating them. Not the least of which was Dagoba. He refused to admit that was off it. The only law enforcement agency in this country. It was investigating the mom in the fifties and sixties. Early sixties was the Manhattan District attorney's office. They were the only ones who really expose what organized crime we're showing, but we're getting nowhere because the feds wouldn't back them up. The feds ignored organized crime, former mafia investigator. Ronald gold stock the FBI in Hoover in particular tended to deny the existence of the mob and that was for different reasons. No one really knows the answer. But one possibility is he recognized the corruption potential. That the mob had when they engaged in vice activities, things that the public wanted on terms of goods and services Hoover's denial of the mafia only fit to serve them and for several decades they could get away with nearly anything on November fourteenth in nineteen fifty seven, a summit was called an Appalachian New York. The top crime bosses from around the United States. All of a sudden were gathered in one place, crime author, Thomas Repetto, all we know that a bunch of gangsters top gangsters from the United States and elsewhere suddenly appeared in Appalachian New York in in a very remote part of the state of New York, and you can no longer deny that there was some kind of national syndicate. Why was the guy do miles away? Wandry alzon. Same thing. We went to see the Joe who was the local guy because we heard he was sick. Note of the local and state law enforcement couldn't ignore the very public gathering and they broke the meeting up, but the FBI and Hoover were stubborn. But basically the FBI did did very little Ronald Goldstock the on the federal level, the only agency that was interested in all in organized crime tended to be. Bureau of narcotics, and that's because there was an alliance between Sicilian mafia and American cozinne, oh straightened dealing drugs. At that time, the failure of the raid only proved that the f. b. i. could not be trusted yet with taking down the mom. And so the early successes, the law enforcement had where mostly things, two determined individuals who took it upon themselves to go after some of the country's biggest mobsters in the nineteen thirties and forties. New York prosecutor and district attorney. Thomas Dewey was relentless in his pursuit of the mufti out this earned him, the nickname gang BUSTER. He targeted organized crime like no one had done before him and went after the big players. Like Dutch Schultz and looking Luchino prime author Nate 'n Lee. Thomas Dewey is almost the exact opposite of Dutch Schultz, other than the fact that they were born in the same year. They have almost nothing in common. These almost a stereotypical straight arrow. You know, great student at school. You know, great marks becomes a prosecutor, you know, he's got a passion for the law, passion against crime, and he's very serious and he's very incorruptible. So he really sort of does not like gangsters all in one of their most ferocious enemies. He has mustache, you know, he's very clean cut looking, and he carries himself with certain dignity, and he is, is I said, absolutely incorruptible and very, very serious about putting these guys behind bars. One of the distinguishing factors that he can't be bribed. He has visceral dislike of organized crime, and he really sort of sets his sight on getting gangsters like Dutch Scholtz behind bars. He also targetted lucky Luciano at a different point, Dewey rose through the rings when he was appointed special Turney to investigate gambling. Rackets do we, I sit his. Sights on prosecuting Dutch Scholtz who was big in the bootlegging and numbers rackets..

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