18 Burst results for "Kadett"
"kadett" Discussed on H3 Podcast
"In there. You can smell it. Hey can someone grab me a saudi. What kind like a coke zero. Thank you thank you bye boy. Hickok call okay. What does this mean a loss. So this girl. Sophia says she lost virginia. Same way zach on a cruise is was it the no. Oh no she says it's a crazy story How crazy could it be. You had sex on a boat. Thank god ian. He's helping her shredder. I called shredder. Someone's this mason. Says he charted at work and wants to share the story that made you wanna really like. I'm also just wondering like how how deep can be. We have the fallback. We don't have to worry about that anymore. We can be less discerning with these calls because if if it's not going anywhere other mason who shit. His pants work mason. I understand you work. I did unfortunately. Did anyone notice Actually it's funny. 'cause i do bond service and i just kind of i do the push and pray method and I guess whenever i pushed out i thought it was going fine and halfway through it. Just like a little liquid but i. I didn't think it was a short is. It was raining outside. i live in florida. So it's raining and I pushed in prayed and thank god. No one was around. But i win over to the water host and whenever i went to wash my asshole out still him. Water hosts was clinked and my co worker. I think he might have saw me with my pants down. Sounds like you didn't pray hard enough. What are you referring to it. As push pray method. I put you break that down for me a little bit. It's like it's like your control. How can well you can control your asshole pretty much. I thought i thought that was going on the head. It's shudder did i. I'll write anybody. Can i think anyone can tell. You can really tell if it's going to be a short or not your kind of fifty fifty. If it's made one well you shit your pants you host yourself off. That's the story that's it. I just thought that that would appreciate that. You've found your target audience there all right well you you know what i was expecting godfather sound. I hear it and never comes. Maybe you're hearing shipman. It's definitely there. It's definitely chez kadett. Care.
"kadett" Discussed on Everyday Zen Podcast
"Sublime strange but wonderful concept and. This is bachelors very creative and poetic translation of the mullahs. Monica kadett cost which is a very famous. The most famous buddhist philosophical text written vinik gardner and it's the key text of yarmulke school of buddhism and my yarmulke school. is this whole soft school emptiness. Which pretty much is accepted by all schools of mehanna buddhism of all stripes including including then there zan has various philosophical underpinnings. And there's different. You know some schools emphasize one or the other more than more or less but all the schools of sin as well as tibetan buddhism recognize my philosophy the philosophy of emptiness as basis in tibetan buddhism. The style of understanding and dealing with the question of emptiness is very detailed and very philosophical and dialectical analytical in the style of dealing with my yarmulke philosophy is sorta focusing on immediacy and expression and a depth of experience in the present moment rather than thinking dialectics but despite that great difference in styles pretty much the understanding is identical so whenever this text is studied though carcass it's always studied for its philosophical and dialectical content. The arguments are subtle and complex and most of the discussions tend to be really philosophical. And that's the challenge for us. Because i don't think we wanna do that. I don't wanna really do that much. We studied the heart sutra. Some months ago louis studied the heart surgery. We kind of got into some of those philosophical details and so the fun here and the challenger would be is. Can we do it in a different way. Can we actually and that's the beauty of bachelors translation. It's really unique what he's done here. He's very sound scholar and he really knows his stuff and he knows the languages and he goes to tibetan sources in llamas is so forth advice but he manages to. he's the oldest is the translation that i'm aware of and their number of them which recognizes the fact that the mueller yarmulke coty coty means verses and they are versus. This is actually a poem. This is the style of sanskrit. Poetry is philosophy inverse. So it's actually a poem and he treats it. He treats the different chapters as poems. Most of the people who translate this text treat the text philosophically and they have no ear for poetry. And they sometimes they put it in short you but nevertheless bachelor here is really trying to preserve sort of poetic dimension of the meaning of text. And so that's interesting and we're going to try to see if we can keep in that spirit read these things as if they were what they actually are which is to say poems. So that's the spirit and we'll see if we can manage that. I don't know it's might be hard with try so i'm thinking of this. This is my vision of our method this month every month. Depending on what we're studying or method might be a little different but this month. What i'd like to try is so accept. This week is going to be different. Because i'm lacking for a minute to kind of set a context but in subsequent weeks what i like to do is read one or more of the poems out loud and talk about the poem and then work on the poem in groups and then everybody will write a poem in response to the chapter to the so. That'll be interesting and then we can read our poems to each other. So if you're scared to write a poem come to the seminar in september. You have to write a poem now. No right writing a poem Could mean anything that you wanted to me you know. Obviously we're not going to say it has to be in rhymed couplets exam or something like that. It can mean anything that you want to me but part of what we're always working on in seminar is expression our own understanding expression so what could be better than to write a poem in response to the gorgeous poem so so bring with you some paper and pencil just like a high school teacher which i am a former of i will bring paper and pencil just in case some of you forget but try to remember to bring something to write with. So that's a plan. Let's see how that works. It could be a total failure but But we'll try so By way of introducing the text in the whole idea of the garden is working with and bachelor is working with here in this book. Which i recommend you get actually because there's a terrific introduction that's about eighty pages long. That is really wonderful. And i'm not going to be talking about that and we're not going to be working with directly in the in the in the seminar but it's really worth reading so if you don't have a book haven't gotten it yet it's worth it's worth it. If only to read the introduction as you see will pass out Xerox copies of whatever verse. Were on in any given week in what you have. There is probably material for the next two or three weeks. So do please bring these handouts with you. Every to because i won't have fresh ones every week. Anyway let me just make a few points oriented. And then we'll start on the first poem that i've chosen.
"kadett" Discussed on AFF on AIR Podcast
"If you haven't been flying as much as usual over the past eighteen months well firstly. You're definitely not alone. But secondly if you're not careful your frequent flyer points could be at risk of expiring qantas points and qantas business. Rewards points expire after eighteen months of account in activity and charlie velocity points expire. After two years of accounting activity. An account activity counts as earning over. Deeming at least one point although certain types of activity like transferring points between accounts do not count as activity and some airlines. And not that. Great at warning you win. You'll points -aug. to expire so the onus release on you to keep track of them if you've got quotas points that -aug. To expire soon there are at least a few free and easy ways. The can cape some activity in your accounts. Are maybe you just have to an over dame at least one point and then the whole balanced resets for another eighteen months now with qantas. One method is to download and use the free qantas wellbeing app. Which gives you points for meeting your step targets or simply doing stuff around the house like you can get five qantas points for checking us. Michael you can also in one hundred quotas points by signing up for free to hoyts rewards and linking your qantas frequent flyer account to your hoyts rewards account and if you're a quotas red planet member you can earn points for free by completing surveys and of course there's other ways if you shop at will whiskey can opt into an encounter As so that you received one thousand qantas points each time. The n two thousand everyday rewards points and if you regularly getting those points coming in then that will keep your points alive in a long term and you can also for example scania korda's kadett be pay even if you just buying a coffee or course filling up with petrol and a few points for that with virgin velocity the easiest way to earn a few points. I would say as to scania kat at a seven eleven store even if you just a one dollar coffee you'll get two points for that. Of course you can transfer points over from fly bys if you have a flies account And if you want to earn velocity points for free. There is a way to do that. It is by completing a rewards surveys over. I would point out of that. Can be quite time consuming. I don't consider it personally to be with the time spent but And that's that's a free option. Now those are just a few ideas. Of course there are plenty of other things you could do as well to keep your points alive and also be mindful of any points that you might have in overseas frequent flyer programs. Don't forget about the who's just because we go overseas at the moment doesn't mean you'll points are immune from expiring. Unfortunately now depending on the overseas program there there are plenty of things he could do to cape activity in your account depending on the ellen For example you might be able to end points from hotel stays or even just transferring points over from a hotel loyalty program or some of your credit card points. He might be able to transfer them into your frequent flyer account and some aliens will simply sell you points outright. You might be able to buy a thousand points and And cape the balanced taking evil. And if you start from ideas And you really Having trouble with any points in australia and other option could be to simply ask the airline. I know that some australian frequent flyers have had success by asking american airlines and alaska airlines to give two examples to add one mile to their accounts or or simply just reset the expiry. Because they're stuck in australia. And if you ask nicely They might be able to you know. Just as a token gesture just reset the expire viewpoints. They'll give you a mile to do that at all or something like that if you have lots of overseas accounts award wallet is really great. Tool for keeping track of everything award wallet is a website. It's a free service. And they do have also a paid upgrade option but even with the free service wanted to all of your accounts and it doesn't just work for frequent flyer accounts it works fee credit card accounts hotel low to programs fly bys everyday. Awards maya one david jerry's etc So it really useful if you've got lots of different accounts and what they'll do is they'll cape an eye on things in the background and warney. They'll send you an alert or an email. If you have points g to expire soon said you have time to take action and stop that from happening now. Lots more tape on keeping your points alive during nineteen you might be interested in my upcoming lebanon over at frequent flyer solutions. This next webinar is about how to preserve your points during the pandemic and behind that at eight pm australian eastern standard time on wednesday the fifteenth of september In addition to keeping your qantas philosophy and corn business rewards points alive. The web. And i will look at preventing points expiration with overseas frequent flyer programs including specific ways to Cape activity near accounts. Kate them alive ways to redeem qantas velocity points. When you can't travel how to regain points with overseas airlines while stuck in australia airline status extensions as well free tools like award while they can assist with managing illo. T. program counts and what to do. If god forbid your points have already expired. And of course you'll also have the opportunity to directly. Asked me questions if you attend. The web live on the wednesday evening on the fifteenth of september. If you're interested in attending make show you register in advance at frequent flyer dot com dot. Edu and follow the links over to the web page. And i hope to see their. That brings me to the end of this episode of af on thanks. Again to my guest allan lamb and thank you so much for listening for more information about anything disgusting. Today's episode check out the episode nights. Hilo say finally linked to the panel discussion thread on the australian frequent flyer forum where you welcome to discuss the podcast or ask me a question to be answered in a future episode. If you've enjoyed this podcast. I really appreciate if you take just a minute to review af only on apple podcasts. And if you haven't already don't forget to subscribe on your favorite podcasting platform to receive every episode. As soon as it's released i met graham and i'll be back next fortnight with more news tips and tricks forest early travellers. And until vince save charles..
"kadett" Discussed on The Power Trip After Party
"We got that out of the way. Obviously y'all think you have me figured out you know who i am. You know that. I don't cuss you know that i don't use those words my language. I have some stories to tell that will maybe change that perspective a little bit but the first thing i want to note is i guess. It's good that i came up here. I because no one. I feel like this might be a loaded joke that a couple people bring to the table. I was very nervous about this. I've had a lot of my mind last couple of weeks so i didn't prepare until last night. No joke had the ideas. It seems like a common theme in the back green room over here so be prepared for that now. The we were we were nervousness was lessened when we got here because we were informed canterbury staff came to the table and said that are judges. Gory and carly. We're actually going to be grading tonight all the performances tonight by these sliding scale of the white bear public school system so a lot of pressure was taken off. I know that the halverson family is over here. Very proud of their son round of applause for zach. We'll get there all right. So here's the deal again. You guys all think you had me figured out that. I swear. I don't like to swear. I don't like to publicly swear this is probably the biggest public place that i've ever sworn y'all got to share that moment with me. This is special. I appreciate that. But in the privacy of our own home my wife and i do have her permission to share this. We'll use some choice words from time to time. I am the one who will muttering under my breath. I call that self control my wife. She's a little more tightly wound than i am and she'll let him fly with the best of anybody in this room now. That becomes a problem when you have kids because kids are like parrots and they will repeat everything that you say so my wife and i had to come up with a system. We don't walk around just tossing cuss words out but if something were to happen. That's frustrates us. We'll let one fly again under my breath. She'll yell it for the whole neighborhood here now. What happens though is we invented something that we call the kadett system where we catch ourselves in the middle of a swearword because we know that my two year old and six year old sons are within earshot and we know that they'll repeat. It's all their friends in the neighborhood. So the kadett system works like this right something happens. Let's say my wife drops something from the kitchen counter onto her foot and she'll yell the f word instead of just straight up saying the f. word she'll go like this i don't falls onto the foot and she'll go flock kili duck dock and she'll catch herself another example that we have seen in the monsoon household is there was a spider in the bathtub. Whips that curtain open. My wife is very scared of spiders. She drops the holy sh- tacky mushrooms. Now this does become a problem. This doesn't fully solve our problem of not cussing in front of our kids because they then repeat the kadett system words to the neighborhood the no lie. My son was on his scooter. Scooting past our ninety year old neighbors scooting and seeing the fuck elite duck elite doc. The mouse is on the clock. Another instance of the same sort of thing. The two year olds a little too young to fully repeat these things. So that's this is still working on him. The other day he goes we go past the nursing home. we live in osceola. And there's a couple of nursing homes air so the you know. The residents are outside getting sunshine. Some of them are taking a smoke break. We're going past there. The yard is a little unkempt. And there's mushrooms in and weeds and he points to him because he knows what should talk. Mushroom is it. He goes holy shit tacky mushrooms. Now the guys in the front. This is really really funny. Here's the one thing public stores this pops up as well. We were at cosco the other day. This is how. I know that the pandemic is getting to us a little bit. We're all tired. We've spent a lot of time around our kids at home. Whatever that might be and the guard is slipping a little bit. We're not really on top of our hot it system game so my wife again. I'm gonna blame her for this one because this is a legit one that she she threw out. We're at costco the other day. My wife is at my sister-in-law's baby shower so it's me and the two boys it's a saturday. Which is the dumbest thing you could ever do. Go to cosco on a saturday. You ever been there you know it's just bonkers for forty five minutes. I've been chasing these two little boys around trying to not get them hit by a giant cart full of water bottles in an emory's that you can get a costco and i'm ready to go home but we promised pizza. That's the only thing i can hold over. These kids heads is pizza. Insurers because the girls are back at costco so we get done we check out. We go to the pizza stand. I'm number four. Forty one and i'm waiting for the pizza. I just want these kids to shut up. I just want them to start eating their pizza and for two seconds. Give me a break in the food court of cosco. The people at the counter call four forty two again on four forty one they then go four forty three four forty four at this point. I'm frustrated again. Forty five minutes of chasing kids around. I'm frustrated with the whole situation ready to give them away. Whatever that might be. So i say something to the person at the front counter and i say what happened to number four forty one. It was just two pieces of pizza. Should have been pretty simple and mack my six year old pops his head up from the other side of the cart and he goes. Hey dad.
"kadett" Discussed on AXE TO GRIND PODCAST
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"kadett" Discussed on Talentos para o Sucesso
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Amazon Product Photography with Danny Carlson of Kenji ROI
"Ladies and Gentlemen Boys Girls Michael Visa hit from the podcast. I'm here with Donny. Calls from Kenji. Roi Why that is one of those underachievers Founded the optimization enlisting agency Kennedy are Y is is to Actualize Freedom Caucus and Waco's a lifestyle enthusiast living in Bali. I guess if I lived in Bali I would probably be more enthusiastic chrome lifestyle as well so along with apparently quite a few of the US by While as an Stocksi living the dream so we had a really fantastic presentation down the summarizing the staying the three elements which you mentioned which keyword optimization key info communication and persuasive desire to Seemed like tastic three so big picture hooks to hang stuff on so the next obviously to look at it. Listing is can we dealt with woods a great Didn't catch folks. I Radi Greedy Edgy. To listen to watch even better. The presentation on the video. Formats educates amazing. FDA DOT com slash. Kenji K. E. N. J. you'll be able to find. And if she downloadable Donnie as well. So let's get into photography that and so what are the basic principles fuel product photography. So you've go to very principle driven strategy driven way of looking at words quite sure you have a similar strategy from the products. What are the first principles would be? Buy Y yes. Product photography is the most important part of an Amazon listening for the conversion rate actually converting people to sail. It's not going to get people to your listing except for the main image because you need the rescuers and everything like that but once they're on your listing that's basically their impression of your products and a lot of people will they're cutting out the wrong impression and just because they have a couple of good images doesn't mean you can get away with having one or two really terrible Just think about it this sway. You know we're human beings and we do actually judge each other based on appearance whether you like to think so or not and if you show up to work does address really nicely for seven days in a row but then on the eighth day you showed up without any pants on people are going to judge you pretty strongly based on that right. I don't think you're go that you're less Depends on what kind of job you have. I suppose. But that's the impression that you're putting if you have six really great images in any seven images just garbage edged like with your iphone and the lighting this you can barely tell what your product is right. So every single image matters on Amazon. The the second biggest principle I think people get wrong is not having a very specific purpose for every single image. Let's just say that a lot of Amazon shoppers. Do not it read. You're listening they're just GonNa read maybe your title and maybe scan the bullet points maybe scan over your description. better if it's an eight plus content or ABC description but probably. They're going to look at the photos the price and they're gonNA make a buying decision. People are lazy and was an image. You can communicate a much more information in much less less time even if there's no text on image br example if there is a model that is wearing a rain jacket for example wearing a rain jacket. And they're out in the forest forest and they're getting rained on his and his ripping over top. There is a ton of information in that image. Right there it is showing roughly how the fit of the rain jacket jacket like is it. Does it show up really drooping model to show up super tight in showing that the hood is over in a show that totally waterproof or shows the water coming off there. It shows edited song geared towards hikers. People are using it outdoors. It just. There's so much information your brain can insulate take in from an image rather than reading which is much slower so you WanNa have a very specific purpose for each one of these. I recommend creating your shot list in advance. Whether you're doing the voters yourself or you're getting a professional the company that you report your your buddy create a shot lists that is based around the most important things to show about your product. So it's kind of comes back to copywriting principals identifying what the most key benefits your product provides are based on your research and then creating the shortlist from that maybe one of the key benefits alleged that you have. Is You know it repels water right. Let's go with the rain. Jacket example again. How is the best way to show that repels water? You could show. That was a graphic design image with like a rain droplet on it with an icon but probably a more effective way to show that it'd be having D'Amato wearing a rain jacket and a bunch of water. Actually she coming off it. It's it's a flasher way to show that but something like sizing is probably better shown in a graphic design image. Where you have the rain jackets sitting when you have some markers showing okay? This dimension is strictly three inches. This dimension like Chess Dimension is twenty two inches and stuff like that so you really gotta think once those who have your amount of images and you have each one of those filled out. What the key benefit? What is the best type of image? Actually show off that benefit and you wanna be using a mixture of less model graphic design images was some graphics added to them and some studio images was white background. Even if it's just only your niche which are just because Amazon requires that that main image so that is just an overall concept that a lot of people just don't put enough time and energy into and one more thing when it comes to you lifestyle images I see this all the time and it makes me cringe so much when you have a model using your product make sure that the model is actually actually in the act of doing something that you're trying to show. The model should not holding the product in posing like looking at the camera. And like the worst is. When it's a supplemental laments? Something like that or like a skin care product and it's like holding the packaging and just like looking at the camera like they're trying to show but it just blows my mind that people think that that's a good idea. The whole point of having a lot is showing the customer. What they're like? There's going to be like after having products and you know what what kind of benefit you're trying it show comprehensive Elsa so Yeah I like the The Klay mindedness. You very very good at cutting to the chase of this. This was something is really helpful site. Where every image masses Yasser that people will judge and rightly has its against world? Djembe sleep trying to put on some kind of best front especially in a work situation but in a sales situation we all know. It's exited the pets tried to put on the best fraud. Said they show some colored biddle problem even when the Up in what north is going to be like what it tends to your house. Rise was the feeding the APP. The question happened lines. Yeah I was just thinking about. It's it's completely relevant to Amazon Bud. This way you get away with wearing pants. New Pants Transition And not get if you look at online. David conferencing type stuff like with say US the other way. If you get away without Kadett craziness so very good point but joking aside Kevin King these very very strong image at Decades says the secret to be judged on your worst image which is a great old of thumb. So I love the you've reminded us about. I think the point where if you can get get five fantastic images out there but at six one in if it's going to be mediocre so very good reminded on the second one is every imaging having a pep is really important and then the cartoon benefits which is the basics of good salesmanship but a Lotta people mess it up completely. They get abused by this object in front of them stop. Budget crossing offing Why are we so tell me a bit more than if we're going to be very clear about the purpose of each image tightly? I don't say the Started image being. I used to communicate bests than how do we decide. What sort of voter or indeed waltz the machines because the missionaries top purpose? Again that it needs to be benefit different but how do we structure listing as whole so that the flow into each other in some logical order. Yeah so the logical order in my opinion is to go off key info optimization if you guys heard the other podcast episode or we're going over the triple optimize listing. One of those. Three pieces is key impo optimization. That's basically just whatever that list of the most key benefits that you came up with the shot list order those and or importance for the your customers your products and the most important ones should be in the most prominent places realistic. So so the two most important places would be the first three images and then the first little snippet every title after Your First Main Keyword is should be your first name followed by. I most important piece of information. So let's say on a really common one is with food containers kind EP free. He has a real trigger word. People were only looking for BP free food containers. They don't want the cheap Chinese ones that are going to need help but this crazy hormone meddling chemical into their bodies I would put. BPA Free in that second all snippet of the title and then after the main image images by regulations has pure white background and just product product. But I would put that whatever image you have created for. EPA would be the second image because it's just the most important thing
"kadett" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network
"A cold a year ago and we go left. Italy's you start his new life in America. He promised his mother he would ride in summer about his adventure so now let's read Luigi Ladder as he writes to America is the land. The would've other high standard of living. Everybody is saving money so he can buy a refrigerator. A washing machine this vacuum cleaner. Same like everybody. Here's got these anything. People who can afford they buy. Who can father? They're going to quit the program. I'm not a big American thing. Everybody has got a car they got all kinds of here. There's a sedans trailers trucks and the medic is original chicken obstacle. The coup car is a wonderful under thing. Remember on the me and the all the country during the war how medical employers are taking me for driving kind. Well it wasn't exactly a Kadett the weather something like a semester mix jeep Mama Mia how the cat shake remember wants to how we go for the ride I to me and Oakland via throw and is Hannah when we come back amylase. My watch uncle pietro loses teeth. The go-to refused to give a milk for three days to that time. I'm always wanted wants to own my own. The.
"kadett" Discussed on TED Radio Hour
"The choice People make choices people gonNA have the opportunity to make their choice so I just want to say. They're you know prisoners as prisoners about the place. Let's Curtis Carol. He's also known as Wall Street. He's Co founder of project feel. It's a nonprofit dedicated to financial and emotional literacy by Curtis will be up for Parole Sim so he could potentially eventually get out of prison. In the next six months you can see Curtis's full talk at Ted Dot Com on the show today. Wisdom in hindsight has some of the most meaningful things we learn can take a really long time to reveal themselves. I've been singing since I was since I can remember i. I remember my first audition. I was probably like six or seven and I found my people so these were singers. Who are really interested in drama? Who are really interested an acting operas right from the beginning? When I was eleven I was an altar boy in the Canadian Opera Company's production of Tosca? I I got to stay up late. I get to go into this Opera House. They paid my makeup on. They put me in. This cost you to run around while doing something that I absolutely love and then they give me a check. That's how I what solidified my love for music. This is injury biscottis injuries an opera singer and I also worked for the San Francisco Conservatory of Music. Music where I helped musicians use the tools of neuroscience to practice more effectively so an opera singer and neuroscientist so in in high school I got much more interested in in science in addition to music and I discovered Oliver Sacks and so when I graduated from high school I had to make a choice between what I was going to do next and in university and my mother is a conductor and a musician and she basically said go get a medical degree. It's it's really hard. It's really hard to make a living as a musician and You know we didn't. I did not come from a wealthy family. We were immigrants and we had no money and so whatever I was going to do and university I had to pay for it myself. So injury went to school to study psychology and then onto graduate school learning about how memory works how brains recover from surgery and she kept practicing music but she did it kind of in secret grit because I felt like all these other things are working really hard you know they never leave the lab and if I like take our everyday like they're just they're not they're not gonNA think I'm I'm serious than so you know. I felt like that was my dirty little secret that that there must have been. That must have been hard to keep up. Yeah I think there comes a time in every Grad students students life when they realized like okay like now I just need to do. I need to just do this until I can get it done. And and and because the competition is so stiff and So when I really immersed myself into the work of being a neuroscientist identify and I got it done but I it was like like the light inside my soul dimmed a little I was like I was selling something and it just didn't I got really angry. I got really irritable and I didn't like who I became so after injury finished her PhD. She enrolled in a Master's program in music. She spent a summer in Italy performed the classics completely dedicated herself to music and honestly she was kind of relieved to step away from hard science. That is until she realized the neuroscience could actually make her a better singer. So I'm going to say something. I shouldn't say that I'm going to say it anyway The person that was teaching vocal pedagogy. I felt really did not know how the brain learns remembers and the things that I was taught in that class made my eyebrows. Stand up in my forehead like absolutely. That's not the right way to teach singing. And so you know that made me think well wait a minute if like these experts in this amazing conservatory. Sorry don't know the basic fundamentals of you know how we learn motor skills like the isn't there a way that neuroscience could really help musicians positions maybe bring in some nurse would make it easier for me to get better faster as a musician. And then I stumbled across this one paper Apor by Valerie Sal impor- and her colleagues and Robert Satori at McGill. Because you see in the paper. They showed that there are two regions of the brain saying that mediate getting chills from music and they tracked dopamine in these regions. They're the Kadett and the nucleus accumbens injury conscious continues on the Ted Stage. Now you can think Picard it as your parent tells you that your behavior has consequences it tracks. How the things that you see and hear and observe and do have outcomes? It sets up the expectation of a reward of pleasure and it ensures that in the future you will behave in such a way that you will seek reward and avoid the things that lead to punishment punishment. The KADETT is awash with dopamine. When you're leading up to the special moment that will give you the chills but when you get to the moment that it gives you the chills? There's a dopamine spike in your nucleus accumbens nucleus accumbens your bff. It's your best friend for life because more dopamine in the nucleus accumbens correlates with a bigger high the intensity of the chills. That you feel from music depends on how much dopamine there is in your nucleus accumbens but the a number of times you get the chills or if you get them at all depends on the amount of dopamine in your candidate. That's what I learned. That's what it means.
"kadett" Discussed on Project Upland Podcast
"Hunting, chucker humming, top like some of the best running in, in the country, you go three minutes, south, you are hunting the best get like as a fact sadistically. You're hunting be best sage grouse area. Right. Burp. I really hope that doesn't make it end. I don't think so. But when you acknowledge it that, you know, then everyone the listeners hear about it. Love every. So yeah, like you get in these places like I mean you're thirty minutes from the best quality bird awning some of the top quality stuff for those specific species. I mean obviously someone bluegrass rough ground up in the mountains. Like you're not gonna find that everywhere. That's for sure. Now, sage grouse obviously that is. We had a resource, what is it? What's the pheasant hunting? Yeah. So game and fish stocks to places and they're both again within like thirty forty minutes. And I think the quote the last time I saw it was thirty four hundred birds okay throughout the year. And that's two months that they stock it and you do get Penn birds, you'll shoot pen birds like within a couple of days. But you also have a resident population of bad ass like hardy pheasants, that's that we're looking at a at a mounted Fezzan here in the office. And that bird, I mean it's to two or three year old bird. I mean he was at some point, probably Penn released and he was probably the guy was like one, I it was like what's going on? I've been a prison, man. I've been in the pen like up from the pen and he survived for two years. Probably before he finally dropped by my obnoxious beautiful dog, and your dog Kadett or you shot it. No, he pointed it. And it was. That's why I got him out and he pointed it. And I was like, there's no oh my God bird. And that poor burden of jeans wants being gone because he's Primo dog, but. Still unclear penned catch the verdict. Did you shoot it? He no I shot it and I winked it bird went down guy. Bennett was like domer- debt. I got this was like you want a bunch of tooth marks his bird, right? Yeah. I'm not planning getting it or anything. Here too sitting birth he was like, oh, man. Stop stop, stop, stop like that was what he did. Yeah. I think we've, we've all seen dogs do that for sure. Yeah. But like you got a favorite bird, say jobs. I guess you kind of I mean that's what you'd go questionable. Yeah. Number two would be like chucker, and that's probably tied for like a real good duck. Like I own, but I'd rather with with buddies should not seem ducks little more social. Yeah. Than I do which is go out. And I like it a limit. Doc, we have ducks out here, that's like we're, we're, we're blessed in that. But no sage, what are you going to say girls hunting, what's the tactic? I mean, do you drive out to the sage flats park? The trucks at walking is simple wish it wasn't. So that's it. I this technique, and I, I hope Sagesse hunters, we have a hard time or people who come out here, and they want to sage grouse hunt, I would say, oh, here comes the intern, let him it. Let him. Got a brief intern break preventer break. Oh he's leaving. He's probably gonna take a shower. He doesn't live anywhere. We kick the internal, we're back so going after sage girls. Yes. So my technique is I will all go out there and these, like Saderat. You gotta kinda don't general area. I can't give that away because I don't know. Not everybody is, but like what attributes does that area? Have, you know, so it's like sagebrush flats, and you come into these little creek bottoms. It's, it's I don't want to give the riverway but there's water, there's before you could cheated the flats though is very deceiving. I mean chili. Chilly shit. When I was, in Montana last last year last fall, we hunted some legitimate sage brush, flats, where it was like, sh-. I mean, pretty flat. Yeah, but there was elevated terrain around. But where we went out today, and we were shooting Claes like that was, there was definitely tearing their. Yeah. No. It'll get into these flatter areas than it'll dump on a little creek and then come back up. So there's hills I would say like two hundred hundred square yards and then boom, nother hill, and then by different like area, and I made the mistake of thinking that sage like sage grouse we're in, like the highest sagebrush like that's not what they're like the lowest eight I would say, get get an a hill, lookout, you'll see these kind of heart of the hill. Let's get up get out where you can see some ground. Okay, and you'll look out and you see these like sagebrush, right? The first thing I say, go to the glide stuff, and then between the ankle is stuff and the bare ground. You'll see these like. Twenty square feet pockets. That's where in. And again, I'm not a scientist. So I don't know. But what I've noticed is that my dog always gets birdies getting that open area. And I think what happens is birds, kind of sit in mill around, like right wearing they can come, right? So there in the brush, but there's kind of a little clearing. Yeah. Opening for them. Yeah. And you'll look at the ground and look and you'll see this they don't have a crop. So they throw this black vomit really from the sages. The we've talked with editor net about it. Now, this is a fact. Right. And he's like, yeah. That's, that's a fact. I saw a lot of droppings last year. But I don't recall maybe somebody pointed that out to me. And it looks it looks like tar order size and you stick stick through it. And if it goes right through, and it's wet like get your gun up shooting guards in thirty seconds. If you have a dog guarantee, wow. Yeah. So they like to find these kind of barren areas where it's like ankle-high. We'll drop clearing and you'll see a lot of a lot like grouse PU of their technical term, grasp typic-. Yeah. Science, so. I'll get I'll see him from afar and I'll start to mill tours, and I wish I wish we're doing better. But also wish they didn't have such a good easy time, hunting them now because like this third year. I mean you and Sean came out, and we like we hunted to last two days, I don't know, any other species that you hunt last days. They hear see more shoot to done within thirty minutes, and somebody's you out and like you don't always shoot him. You know what I mean? Sometimes or you don't always see him right away, but you do four mile loop to the car. Sure. And you might start and do a big circle from the right side of the car, and find him thirty feet from the car. Yeah. But you'll hit them eventually, if you come out there, but like ankle, sagebrush look for this clearings and get ready. Because like that dog you'll put a good dog there. And you can see he'll get birdie. He'll get birdie shit. I probably wear sorry. Where I think I that you kind of miss two. It's very obvious. But, you know follow your dog. So we like to you that big loop. Right. Whether it's clockwise counterclockwise, whatever we're doing. Sure we're headed direction and bandit is just like taking off either further away from the truck or something Amer like bandit. We are clearly going this way. But he just keeps hugging. Doing finally, we gave in all right? Let's see where this is going, and of course, cover birds. Yeah. And he hit that first point, we do have to say he hit that point so hard, right? He was locked in. He was like this is Bloomberg. And sure enough that I bird comes up bam nailed it. And like that was like that was a cool experience to have them. See, and that's that again mounted sage cross over there in office in the office. That was a cool man. Those such a great day for me. I think that's really good advice Tyler in that because I do the same thing I have wherever I am. I have an objective or what I'm trying to do you know, I'm trying. I'm going to cover this graphic route, and it's like man, you really gotta pay attention to the dog. And if he goes out points bird right away. Of course. We're gonna pay attention but times where you might be quick to call back. And maybe that's where you wanna pause and say, well, what's, what's, what's pulling in that direction? Yeah. And it's like man. I don't know why I don't know why do that. I'm like, dude. You don't know what you're talking about. Like you don't have a nose. We're going to right. And I'm like, oh, look Birt's sorry dude, trust the damn dog trust the dog one hundred percent like just like I can't wait for you to have a bird dog, so you can have probably less frustration because I'm sure other than the second is this idiot, not just listen to the dog. You get a dog and you like I know my dog he's an idiot, like he doesn't know he's over there. They go. And like so sage girls, I saw this last year. And I was told by people that this was kind of the case. So I'm just curious if you would echo that they kind of like the bombers, those are like the older man. Yeah. And they kind of stick together. I don't I don't know what it is. But they split off from these groups. Right. And there's like I would say, rest of the group is the like the hands and the young sage girls. Yeah. I really don't know anything more than that. I wish was here. But yeah, he would be like you'd be he would give us string facts. So I think you get like these three groups where he get singles. And if you get a single okay you don't you generally do not shoot it really. Because if you. Find a single that's usually a bomber. And you'll see when they take up they have these weird. We shot one this year. The biggest tros I've seen God. I wish it wasn't so messed up because we end up eating it. But I would mounted I would like that's a bird that you mount. Yeah. These like weird like tendrils like an anglerfish with these like weird black, little things that came out and never seen this thing on his neck that felt like like scales. But it was like sharp. It was at like this head to be like a four or five year old bird that we taken out. But like you get these bombers on their own. So usually if it's a single, it's custom to as an ethical, intern has shoot that one. Right. And then you get into a good copy, and I'm curious about that because that's hunters making an ethical choice. What is what's the ideal ideology behind? He's just a loner, but he could find another group or that's like that's like, taking out like the biggest facial lake is, I think the belief buying Janai hundred with these guys from Wyoming. I met out sage hunting, and they were some of the coolest guys ended up running into hunting, the last six days with them exclusively, because they just got it. There was such nice dudes and they've been doing for years. But like it was so funny because I had never had that conversation with them. And we had a single come up, and this guy, they're kind of, like, man that single came up and I almost raised he was like single single single any put, like you know what I mean? He made sure everyone in the group knew that was that, that had a pass and it was cool like we had never talked about it that he was so concert. He was like right now man, we let those birds go. And then you get into the Cubbies where all the birds come up, and then it's just shoot then you drop those bears and you're done. And it's funny 'cause like whenever you go through group. You'll shoot your birds you'll collect them walk back through because there's always that young group who hold tight. And even if you just get your dog on him and kick him up for the point. But, like always trust your dog like he might always points. I guarantee like, if your dog's whole night that he's not holding like, holding point on, like an actual library there. And you saw this year with ban, where he key picked up on the edge group and it was almost it was weird thing. It was like it was like he knew because he didn't retrieve it. And usually like super go to buy like panicle bird, Mike. Nope. He like he hit another point. He's not like finish his area dad, like sure enough. We, we ended up shooting, like probably ten and we only ended up hitting our six, you know. So it's limit, so there's three of us. But, like what a cool bird, like I wish more than anything that says, we're all over the place so that they could be this birth. They once. Oh yes, the shit, and.
"kadett" Discussed on The World of Phil Hendrie
"And you go through the hell of realizing you don't know anything it is different from what we call L, Kat or L car hell that is the furnace L car held the furnace is the existence of most people in this world each and every day. They don't know anything quite literally will we experienced that through the leveling? That is correct. When you when you act like you're do. He has people should understand that beans Tam is a child. She is an overlord. So, but she uses the words of child. Yes. It's all do. Well. Thank you very much beans for being with us. Are you through with us beans are you done with us? Doodoo? And beans helper stem out one of our overlords from the induction arch in Hawaii. We all followed very carefully, by the way ducktail Kat, your journey to Hawaii and the broadcasts from the Hawaiian islands, and our induction arch there while we do have some technical problems. But that was not as the result of any failing the port of L caught. That was as the result of of the failing of Germain Leeson who is our engineer, and Jermaine said that I could call him out here on the program, very important that people know that when we are not to blame. And it is the fault of one of the earth people, which was what we call these people that are not L cod that we called about the regimen. I don't care while you may not care. But it's important for us to know that we can blame everyone every. Anything on you? I should say fine. Please watch your language. You may be wondering can we level regular people know, we can't? And it's physically impossible for the overlords to pass through that plane of existence and to level someone who has a smart mouth on the Germain does this morning. And by the way, he comes in here with no shirt on. I don't understand. I that left night partying last night with your male friends. You know, very well that we are not, you know, very well that we are not. On the overlords. Displeased that you're talking to a homosexual. We want everyone to know, we are not homophobic, anti Gade the overlords. Believe gay people are of a higher plane when we speak with them on a familiar level. They consider it blaspheme. They consider it to be the mockery and blessed femur, and that is L car and. Yeah. As you know, it was just level for speaking directly to a homosexual. And not, you know, just just doing it without even getting permission. Let me let me just take a minute. He was as level, which means he had all dodge drained from him for about two or three seconds. We are not allowed to speak to I should say. We're not allowed to criticize homosexuals unless we get permission from the overlords. Yes. Because homosexuals in our religion, the gay people, we should say, we're just using to be as as specific clear as we can are a higher level. They are somewhere between man and the spiritual Seraphim or cherub him. Yes. And the chair of them you've heard about Seraphim, and we had some jokes going around here last week for which I know we will pay dearly. Someone said Seraphim is that a new cough medicine? And I don't know who that was I don't I don't think it was a member of L Kadett was visitor..
"kadett" Discussed on Security Now
"Four point eight eight trillion online retail market at four point eight eight trillion by twenty twenty one the credentials stuffing attempts as as optimize refers to them logged by autumn. I are automated thanks to butts bots can represent up to sixty percent six zero. We've talked about this number before sixty percent of overall web. Traffic are not people clicking links and looking at webpages, but are now automated thingies, but less than half of them are actually declared as Botts which is often the case bought only a for example, Google bought and Bing bought I often see cruising around my servers. Well, they're declaring themselves as butts but many times about once. To look like a user clicking a link on chrome or fire FOX or I e browser. So they pretend to be users clicking links on browsers this for Cleef, click fraud and a lot of it or. Yeah. Yeah. Yeah. And just because you wouldn't expect Google bought to be logging in as user, so so it so you could very easily prevent the Google, you know, a self-declared dot from from from successfully logging in with a username and password. But whereas you'd want to to present a non Bhatt appearance if you're trying to use this credential, stuffing attack, so anyway, and they said that not only our dilemma of less than half of them declare themselves as bots, many bots are not malicious. They're there for good purposes. They're like checking to see if a web page has been updated. Maybe they're they're like, you know. Looking at prices on other websites who knows what they're doing. Anyway, I'll come I said for for criminals credential stuffing attacks are a numbers game. They're counting on the fact that people recycled their passwords across different accounts when this happens a compromise set of credentials from webs one from one website quickly translates into dozens of others the point being that they are they're essentially they've become sophisticated enough to take advantage of everything that they see on a successful attack. Immediately gets relayed across the industry looking for other places the same credential can be used to log in. So again, it's one of those, you know, they're they're taking advantage of every hint and clue that is available. Owen optimize said considered the hundred sixteen million accounts compromise during the link Dan data breach using this list of Email address password combinations, criminals targeted dozens of other websites in the hopes that people were using their linked in credentials. Elsewhere these credential stuffing attempts lead to secondary several lead. I'm sorry led to several secondary account takeovers. This is why and this this, of course, directly speaks to what you were saying about last pass. This is why security professionals stressed the use of password managers rights as well as the use of log and unique passwords strings for each website. And of course, that has also created a dependence on on password managers because I can't log it anywhere. I don't know. Passwords anymore. Yeah. So they said the the battle against credential credentials, stuffing, isn't an easy one to fight. When asked seventy one percent of the respondents to an optimized survey conducted by Poneman institute said that seventy one percent of respondents said that preventing credential stuffing attacks is difficult because fixes that prevent such action might diminish the web experience for legitimate users while other were know. You look those Stillie. Yes. Kadett tries me nuts. Now, the new ones. Yes. Because you're basically, you know, what you're doing your teaching the Google Thomas vehicle unit had recognize cars and storefronts and crosswalk. Hisses me off yet. They're using. I mean my cycles for their benefit. Yep. I guess they have to that. With that many butts out there, they said on average organizations report experiencing twelve point seven credential stuffing attempts each month. Wow. So now, I understand why. I mean, I couldn't figure out why do these sites care if I'm a Bader not. But now. Yeah, yeah. Yeah. With each attempt each of those twelve point seven on average cadet credential, stuffing attempts attempt targeting twelve hundred and seventy two accounts. So they said the reflexive action to just block the Botts responsible for these attempts outr. Right. Make sense at first. But at Leo's you said, but such a move rights autumn. I might cause serious harm to the business..
"kadett" Discussed on Dari and Mel
"So thirty one for the next football season things very highly of himself has made himself the story. You had a really good point off the air about when you look at Super Bowl champions particularly recent SuperBowl champs. And really none of them have that clear cut number one franchise changing wide receiver. And I think you're exactly right. We're running back true. Yeah. Yeah. Because I mean, obviously, there's a lot of running by committees to now. But yeah, you're right. I mean, it's a lot more about the quarterback than anything else. In from an offensive lineman's perspective, you even I mean, you certainly acknowledge the wide receivers not gonna go in and transform a team. He's not going to be a leader is not going to be the voice of reason. And who people listen to that's always typically the quarterback or the offense or left tackle? I think there is value in a running back and wide receiver. If you have other pieces in place, he had your quarterback, you had your left tackle, you have your your pass rusher or two you have your cornerback. Right. The four positions that you need to have or maybe two two Cornerbacks. Then you add a wide receiver of running back. And look I play agent Peterson. Jamaal Charles Steve Smith with great skill positions. They are very valuable to your team. You just cannot build your team in my opinion around those players Odell Beckham to me is a little different because I've seen him personally. And I was with the giants when this happened. But remember he in two thousand sixteen he was. One two games. The giants catching short passes and running to the house is the game winning score for the giants. It wasn't like a great throw by ally. And another great catch. It was a simple slant. Route Adele Kadett rant a house and one of the game. So those also twenty four doesn't create really doesn't create to draw the dramas a lot times manufactured by the media with Odell. I would trade for a delta heartbeat over Antonio Brown younger. Oh, note Almaz draw doubt. Yeah. Great work ethic. Great teammate, all those things stand. You know? There's no one, you know, our see Ryan Clark is not going. There's no equivalent of that in the media for the giants who's talking badly about Odell Beckham. In fact, all the x giants defend him because he really is defendable. And so I just I told you Brown has his fantasy of what's going to be there on the other side. And it's not going to be when he thinks. I mean does he really want the oh Josh Rosen who the Redskins trade for? Let's say throwing him in in Washington in a conference where we're Dallas is going to be. Good. I mean, Dallas going to be good should be division. Alston? Be good eagles. You're going to be good giant should be better. When what four games Washington next year? I mean, there's a want that. Yeah. No. I'm I'm with you there. It's going to be interesting. See how this thing plays out? You've got the worst thing in the world for Antonio Brown has to go into a bad situation. And he ultimately doesn't have any real say. So in where he goes. So whoever is willing to give. I mean, that's what people forget not people for he seems to forget heck he seems rain is under contract with the football team..
"kadett" Discussed on KFI AM 640
"Jennifer, a man's been arrested for a crash that killed his San Bernardino county sheriff's deputy. Investigators say the driver was drunk and high on marijuana at the time of the crash the driver T-Bone the off duty deputy Sunday morning in chino. The deputy had been with the San Bernardino county sheriff's department for a year and a half the driver of the other car has been arrested for gross vehicular manslaughter. Well at toxic and do you. Why Andrew mollenbeck KFI news news is brought to you by the kitchen store allow maker in Glendale claims to have found a compromise between landlords and tenants that avoids rent control councilman verge aga- genuine says if rent goes up more than seven percent, the landlord has to pay for relocation fees. They can't raise the rent is much as it's needed with. They have to compensate. The tenant to pay them enough that they can leave the building the longer. The tenant has lived there. The higher the relocation fee aga- genuine says landlords and tenants have both complained about the ordinance. So he says it must be fair. President Trump's longtime confidant Roger stone has apologized to a federal judge for posting a photo with gun crosshairs by the judges head. So claims his Instagram post was not a threat, and he just pulled a random photo of the judge from the internet. But he's today. It was improper stones charged with lying to congress obstruction and witness tampering related to leak of democratic emails in two thousand sixteen stone has pleaded not guilty. Doctors have worn parents to keep an eye out for Kawasaki disease after Moshe RTD's, the head of the pediatric infectious disease department at cedars Sinai and says there's still a lot of mystery surrounding how Kawasaki diseases spread the most common puzzle acquired heart disease among children Kawasaki disease, typically affects kids younger than five, and it's more common among boys some symptoms include rash, palms and. Souls that become red and swollen fingers and swollen feet. High fevers also a big indicator so for sixteen children of Kadett in San Diego County, and experts believe there are more cases out there. Monica Rix, KFI news. Researchers hope to catch another glimpse of a rare bird near LAX a group of about ten burrowing. Owls is camping in the preserve California wildlife centres Dennis team and says the rare sight in the wild. But he says the vets treated thirteen of them about this time last year, usually they hit a window or you may have a mess. Messed up wing from like getting swiped by car or attacked by some kind of animal because they are on the ground even says the tiny birds migrate into so Callen late fall and early winter then typically move.
"kadett" Discussed on KIRO Radio 97.3 FM
"Brad Brzezinski message just recently about his upcoming dinner party with this incredible sounding theme. And basically, he's hold hosting a multicourse dinner with the theme of Kadett made it grit found it. Okay. Can you kinda catch where this is going? So we're having squirrel for dinner. Those things are hard to catch. You'd have to really set some traps to plan this out well in advance. But some of the things that he has on his menu is the Chantal risotto smoked Turkey stock found it made it very nice. A tuna niece wa salad it and grew. It very nice and some ginger Hala Pino razor, clams, also Kadett and grew it. So I'm impressed. Yes. And I think we're going to put you to up to the same sort of challenge thinks that you could catch or grow and Tom don't try to lean on Jackie and her beautiful farve in Prosser, Washington. Why not? Yeah. That's a good point. Alrighty, you can use it. But. Tell you one thing if I had the form I would definitely be growing it and cooking it. I've seen a ton of pictures right now, people going out and razor clamming and all the things that they're getting. And although it is our winter season. There are still things to be found and had an enjoins that is the theme of our dinner party. Obviously, our special guests now we lost shadows. Should it? Be Brad catch it at a butcher shop or catch it out. Down in the market. They throw fish all the time catch it there. That does an adequate solution. If you're in the number setting, we will forgive you shopping can be allowed. Oh, Sarah is pointing out more information to me. She says that famous one or more component of your dish has to come from you. So who's our guest OBE rats going to be our guest that's going to be our know? Use it you likes or is he? Snow as he just a sportsman urban forager seems as though. Okay. Music. I would say would be good to start. Maybe. Okay. Are you going to start full season from the good way to stuff? All right. You start I stopped. Champagne would be the first thing. I would bring to table. Did you make it catch it? No. I've always just in case McGeechan comes by going dumps tails and drinking it up. Oh, Terry makes so many things now produces some I would make I would make a nice cocktail to stop that would be made with queens parade. My freezer. I have a few bags of conspiracy. You know, I have a Queen Street in my backyard and make puree every year. I would put one of those bags and make a cocktail with vodka and quiz puree into the vodka mix. The two together on the big fat ice cube in there and give that Foley Lepetit ISO. I would say vodka puree and a nice big fat ice cube have to champagne come in. I thought you finish with the drink. Champagne a live right on top of that. Oh can the radio. I see but not too much pain. This about one quarter of champagne one quarter of vodka and one quarter to quarter of puree. Okay. Drink that. Yeah. But you know, I feel like I could also get drunk on that. If I don't eat something, Tom, what are you going to bring to this very special dinner party with Brad where we can have a little snack Sacchi PU? Does it have to be seasonal like can be something that I picked last August. Like watercress from the sewage drains how can hill what about this beautiful paste tomatoes that you always have been? Yeah. Couldn't rely on Jackie. Well, a marriage marriages is complicated, but one become too. I'm gonna do whatever. Okay. I got this watch. Don't fall. I'm going to do those base metals. That's that sounds like a good idea. And then I'm gonna dig for squid off a pier. Seventy which I've done before you ever done. I did that when I was a kid, but I would totally go again, you want to go on a gybing, educating you I think it's a Superfund keep a little bucket of turns black. Yeah. In key. So I'm gonna take those pace tomatoes make little sauce, and then I'm going to make a little pasta. And I'm going to have a little squid pasta. So just going to take the scripted. I caught at pier. Seventy clean it up tubes. And tentacles out of it in little circles hit with the very shoulder edge of a knife. And just give it a little criss cross cuts on the tubes. So that it tend to rises it give it a hot sear with garlic and peppers and olive oil. And then just stir my spaghetti into the squid. So spaghetti on top of my beautiful pasty tomato sauce. Look at that little hot chilies Jackie has Espaillat pepper that she dried and powdered. Oh, I love the oh my goodness. I was lucky enough to get some are hotter than hot little goes. A long way goes a long way that sounds thrilling. All right. Well, I'm going to buy some beef from time to time from this online company called crowd Cal. I've done that very nice beef. You know, the search for the best beef company, you can foul farmer. She'd say then you can farm all mostly Washington, and I'm gonna make a little brisket this time of the year. You know, I have a big big five pound brisket them to do a brisket. Messier it a little bit in spice rub for maybe an hour before I cook it on the counter, and then I'm gonna seal that piece of beef underneath a minute with lots of onion. Lots of it few potatoes and carrots, and then seed the beef right on top of that. I'm going to put a little bit of red wine, maybe a bottle into the roasting pan. And then put that in the oven. Drexel you have a little bit of red wine. My mother would use it because she would like to tablespoons of red wine. Theresa's a little bit a bottle the whole bottle of wine as a five pound piece of brisket. You got to put things in proportion. Yes, she would use a small onion and to to red wine. I'm probably going. I did this recently salmon to us publicly seeks whole onion quarters twenty four quarters onion and probably three or four tablespoons of olive oil a quarter pound the butter Dyson there. Put the whole thing together. Fresh herbs put that in the oven at about three hundred and twenty five degrees and let the puppy cook. For about five hours and make a beautiful brisket was melted on Jons Garrard's, everything is melting around the whole thing. And then next to that do some salted kale which are riding my bike here on right now. There we go. I was about a nail you on. This is like. This is from you and the carrots are from the backyard too, by the way, thank you. All right, Tom. We've only got a couple of minutes, which can you only have one minute. I'm heading down to the Ken valley. I'm going to Richter's and I'm going to break in at night because the hot houses down there dark at night, and I'm going to take a Spade. And I'm going to shovel out a big patch of rhubarb, and I'm gonna make you know last week. Sarah and Brittany made. Chris Datta's, I'm gonna make a rhubarb Chris Datta with some vanilla and bay scented whipped cream. Sarah's shaking her head. Yes. Yes. Because it sounds very good. Yeah. Because it is high time for spring, the hit our okay kitchen counter, I'm with you. And then pretty soon on the news. We'll be hearing local celebrity chef Tom Douglas, arrested for breaking and entry. Snatching rhubarb. Here's a picture of him headlamp on the Kent valley with the headlamp. Exactly. It's time for the bakers corner. We're gonna.
"kadett" Discussed on NFL: The Dave Dameshek Football Program
"Chargers organization play by play man. Matt money Smith suffers from the same ailment is you skinny calves. But I don't think he could run over any NFL defenders though. So let's talk about it. It was a great season. Overall. Let's start with the bad part. The end of the season what happened in Foxborough, by your estimation? Because you guys didn't lose it was it was you know, they pretty much at halftime is like well that's the end of that season. We, you know, we started off slow on both sides our ball, and you know, they made us one dimensional. They took away to run game. They took me out the game early. You know, when you know, we've they score we score they score. They stopped us. They scored again, they stopped those they scored again, they stopped us. Now is what thirty thirty five seven when it was twenty one to seven if you can recall that moment in the game. You guys have the ball. And I remember in that moment. Mike tweets. Always are super important. And I assume most players and coaches are following in real time. They understand what they should do next. I tweeted, though, the sky is not falling chargers at twenty one seven. You just gotta start giving it to twenty eight here and they did on first down and you made eight yards. And then the next play Phil had you open in space, and he just flat out missed you. But if he hit you I mean, did you have nothing, but green you would have gotten down. I got the first probably, but you know, it has it's a lot. He has to see I'm not I'm not putting it on old man, Phil I'm just saying old man river. But I mean, not that moment the game was not out of reach at that point. Did you guys kind of feel that way? We do we do, you know, we always thought we in a game to his zero. But this all four zones across the thing. But. We got down pretty bad. And when we had to pass it every down it's easy to play that as a defense, you know, because I'm not the game. I felt terrible. Because I worked so hard. We work so hard and me personally my goal was to get to the play offs. And you know, got there, and then I feel helpless, you know, 'cause I got taken out the game, by your estimation. What gives with ballot check? I mean, what food do does that guy work that? And no one else can do. I mean, you saw the game as your and lie was or were you still off saying say now, I mean, how do you how do you figure that they can take away tyreek hill and make him nothing game? They do and Travis Kelsey save one one big catch there. How does it? How does that guy? Do it. I don't know, man. I don't know. But I've seen a person saying he has a great game plan. He has a great game plan. And I just I mean, they they got they run a grey scheme over you know, and you can't make mistakes. I think you know, deforest guy. But if you don't go off sides as game in I don't I think what makes what separates the patriots from everybody else's. That's the patriots. They wouldn't be off size. You know? Fair point. But yeah, it is crazy now speaking of offsides in related matters one of the sore spots for me is a Pittsburgh Steelers fan is when Melvin Gordon and company paid a visit the Pittsburgh PA. You didn't even play in the gang. But you remember at though. Yeah. Yeah. Fax, of course. Remember, we went into it was I'm lousy calls in that. It It was. was it was it was some calls. It wasn't caused. But you guys still had a chance to win. It. You guys were still up now while the play of the season was Sean Davis. I mean it was Joe Haden intercepting fill in the end zone. I mean that would've swung the AFC because Hayden picks off rivers in the end zone guy. Sean davis. And they caught it then Keenan Kadett Goodall sleigh. Dow boy nothing. That's rear view mirror. No. We gotta rub it in do you now feel because that would have made the Steelers they would've won the invasion. They would've made maybe even a gotten a buy do you now feel I mean, the numbers speak for themselves..
"kadett" Discussed on Other Side of Texas
"Steve saved it. And look we're on a delays. So just real quick because people don't understand. Accidentally played something audio right? That from stepbrothers. I wasn't going to play. Purse words in it. And for some reason when I was typing something in slacks space bar activated. The playing feature on that video. Where just I think the only word that actually. Mistake. But Steve Kadett. Delay. I just couldn't deal with it. Good. Gosh. All right. I'm better back for good. Oh my gosh. I can't even deal. Okay. All right. We're back. Let's get back to what I what we're talking about for Kane. Did that only I'm dying? Okay. No. We were taught. Okay. So the guy from think progress, right? The daily caller peace wherein, a concealed carrier saved her own life and prevented this this thug from attacking her and killing her. And so this dude tweets out. Conservatives are thrilled woman with a concealed carry permit shot and killed a nineteen year old would be mugger. I mean, please downplay his crime as much as possible that's not how Justice works. The penalty. For theft is not death, nor do we want it to be what. So I responded. Because that I said the hazard of targeting and then pulling your legally possessed gun on a woman. She waits alone for the buses that you may get shut stop shaming women who defend themselves. Women have every right to consider their safety first before that of the person attacking them. And by the way, how the hell do you know that he was just gonna mugger what is the woman's supposed to go? Wait a minute. I need to care more about my attackers wellbeing than my own. That is some patriarchal sexist be as if I ever heard it the last thing any woman wants to hear is some progressive beta male, telling her no you have to care about your attackers wellbeing more than you're on a tell you what you come up to me trying to attack or kill me. I will drop you just as any other woman has the God given natural right to do to defend her life. I'm not going to sit there, and I not gonna play twenty questions with you. I am not nor should any other woman, nor should any other woman say excuse me, Mr. attacker are. You just going to mug me. Are you just going to assault me as there are going to be raping involved in this? Are you going to try to drag me from this location somewhere else, maybe to a wooded area and leave me for dead? I need to know. So that I can check my think progress beta male progressive one, oh, one manual on proper female response to male aggression. There is some toxic masculinity right there. Oh my gosh. The idea that women should not defend themselves instead of ten I to the wellbeing of their attacker. You miss me with that that is some BS. And that's the thing. I said I told him I said if you target a woman and attack her she has every right to drop you make predators of raid as opposed to shaming women for wanting to live or not be assaulted or rate. And then that this by the way, this insistence that conservatives are thrilled. No, actually, we're not. I wish we lived in a world where it was kittens and sunshine and women weren't viewed as easy targets by predators. But we don't and that's why I choose to arm myself and train and practice awareness, all these people. Shame and women, and he had said it another point as well. He said the punishment for arm robberies and death, though. I of course, I don't think he he should have had a gun either. Yeah. He didn't think she should to. But if she had let him rob her even at gunpoint, both likely would. Have survived. It's the praise for her gun ownership that bothers me direct quote. Yeah. If she let him robber big first off go ahead and assume that's all he wanted to do. Let's just make that assumption. Because the woman the victim was supposed to know his intentions and have more concern for him the guy who pointed the gun to her head this that was inexcusable victim shaming. That's what it is. And just insane..
"kadett" Discussed on WGN Radio
"Great. By the Blackhawks all starts. Point. He's working his legs dorm one side to the other just tufted offense. Betcha king did the other night. Drops his shoulder here flurry and dropping his shoulder. That means he's going to fire. The puck for catcher Kane is so good. He just purrs rate across the wheelhouse of debrincat who picks up as you mentioned his second of the game. Seventh of the season on the citgo fueling good power. Play the power play. To power play goals for the third time this season in a game. Debrincat from Kane and Gustafsen the goal at seven twenty three three one hawks. Here's camp the center ice moves the puck in over the Vegas line along the left boards, Brandon Saad back out there has it spends it behind the biggest up the nearside patch ready hit by passes the puck out to carry at center ice dumping off the right corner boards hawk zone. Marsha so got the waves behind the hawk net. Saad had escaped marshes. So pulls it out outlet point Theodore to the right point to England who fires a shot. That's why the hawk net. Murphy high stick from Marcia. So neither referee Kadett. How the puck Senate from the right wing corner. Mike Carlson, actually period through the crease and wide. Here's camp. The other way for the hawks up the left wing shot. The puck out over the center ice circle England steps out for Vegas moves Martius over the hawk line left wing. He put it in front of the hawk net. Dalstrom there for the hawks spins it on the left boards facade. Back to dolphin beside the net returns that they had the side stop through center ice crossing the Vegas line strip to the puck. Thereby by Cody Eakin, quick pass Oscar Lindberg over the hawk line down. Shot well over the net around the boards and out the center ice Golden Knights were changing adventures with a pass ahead for Ryan carpenter at the hawk blue line. The Golden Knights are offsides. It's now. Three one in favor of the hawks with eleven oh eight left in period. Number two. This is Blackhawks hockey on seven twenty WGN you dream about. Teamwork. Fight songs and epic battles on the field. Now make that year reality with the Air National Guard with world class training, Google coach you to be excellent in all you do if.