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Fires rage as southern California grapples with 'extreme red flag'
"The wildfires on the West Coast Oregon, putting a spotlight on climate change, but it is not the only reason why we are seeing such destruction, even in the iconic and typically wet woods of the Pacific Northwest. For more. We've got NPR's Kirk Sigler, who has covered wildfires for this network for more than a decade. Kirk Hi, Good morning, Rachel. So we know that the forests and the brush the grasses in the West. Are extraordinarily dried out because of climate change. Kind of remind us how we got here. Well, right. There are a couple other big things going on here that we have to consider. And one is that we've also spent the last century stamping out wildfires and we actually continued to do this today. It's just the few that get away that are in the news and Healthy forests need fire, and what we've gotten ourselves into is what the experts call the wildfire paradox. So by doing this, we're actually making the problem worse, because now the forests and the brush lands are overgrown and in this really unnatural state, So you add climate change to that mix, and it's the worst case scenario that we're seeing. Right now. We hear the U. S. Forest Service often referred to as the Fire service because so much of their budget goes to fighting fires, not actual forest management work. But hasn't the federal government and individual states haven't they made some progress in doing some prevention work? Not very much. You know the people who say the government isn't doing enough to manage these for us, to some extent, have a point. But a lot of that actually comes down to funding. If you're spending all of your resource is on trying to stop wildfires from burning in tow whole towns, then there's not going to be a lot of money left over to do the things like The thinning projects that prescribed burns. The plan burning Forster Andrew Sanchez Madore has been keeping close tabs on this where all the states are with their prevention work. He heads the Ecological Restoration Institute at Northern Arizona University in California. Oregon. Treatments that they've been implementing for years haven't really been at this scale that they need to be to cost a wind driven and climate change is exacerbated, isn't Some of this has to do with money, he says. And the lack of a really big, clear national strategy, But it's more complicated than just blaming the forest Service or the firefighting apparatus in the country. Or, frankly, is the Trump Administration likes to do try to just make this about logging and logging on Lee. We are now seeing those these fires. They've destroyed whole communities. It doesn't seem quite adequate to call them forced fires anymore. I mean, these are burning up residential areas, urban settings. That's right. And here's where things get really messy on the West Coast. In particular, there's been this huge amount of development into the forest that you say there now very vulnerable. The burning, especially with climate change. Now, in some cases, people have to live in these places because it's the only place they can afford. But regardless all these subdivisions, these new towns are actually becoming the fuel that's helping make these fires even bigger. And local building codes are still pretty loose. Kimiko Barrett I talked to about this. She's at the research firm Headwaters Economics, and she told me that county's still don't really have any disincentive to stop this development because of one big reason. When you look at when a wildfire does occur, it's the federal government that comes in and pays for that suppression cost. So there's this inverse fiscal incentive on what is happening about local scale versus who's actually paying for the wildfire cost. So basically local communities they don't have to pay for the cleanup. The federal government does it, so they make money when these developments keep getting built. Exactly And there is no disincentive like she says, because they know the federal government is going to come in and pay for the suppression and the cleanup. But at some point you look at all of the disasters happening at once. We're in the middle of hurricane season and We're not even really a TTE The peak of wildfire season in California there is going to become a point where this just isn't going to be sustainable anymore.
Interview With Niraj Shah And Steve Conine
"So. Pretty much everyone we'd had on the show had a passion for a product that they needed to put out into the world lower American believed the world needed Lara Bars Jenny. Britain Bauer was convinced that her ice cream was gonNA change how people thought about ice cream even Jimmy Wales founder of wikipedia. Everyone should have access to free knowledge. But I'm here to tell you that that is not always the case. In fact, sometimes, the product isn't what drives the founders what really drives them is the challenge rather solving the challenge and that's basically the story behind wayfair neither Steve Konae nor near shopping felt that strongly about home furnishings but they did feel like people should have choices no matter where they lift because there was a time. When if you lived in say Evansville Indiana, you couldn't easily get the same type of Cool Coffee Table, or Sofa that someone in San Francisco or New York could get. And today we ourselves almost five billion dollars worth of this stuff every year. We're was actually the third company Stephen, Neeraj started together. They met as teenagers at a summer camp for math and engineering nerves in the early nineteen nineties quickly touch. But then almost a year later, if fate herself was watching over these guys, they both ended up as first years at Cornell assigned to dorm rooms on the same corridor. Did, you know both of you did the other one was going to cornell no end really kept in touch. So I think it was It was a surprise. Very much I was like, Hey, what's up? This past year. So were you friends like right away? Yeah. We were part of A. When your freshman year, you sort of have a small group of friends that you sort of connect with and spend a lot of your time with and we were in that group together and then junior year near started. We've got to be a lot closer and live together that year. Junior and senior we actually live together as well with it with a few other. People up at Cornell. Yeah, did you guys near to shoot you steve us to talk about starting a business when you in college I don't know that we have talked about it per se but our last semester at Cornell we took an entrepreneurship courses, one of our elective courses and in this entrepreneurship course, one of the things you had to do was create a business plan and what really happened is through the process of doing the project which is creating the business plan. We basically started our first business. Yeah. It was ninety five and it was very early as the netscape browser come out that year. Our idea was actually to develop Internet. Directory Services, and we would go downtown New York and try to pitch companies on paying five Bucks Avenue Listing I in our Internet directory. Of course, most people look at us like we're nuts a few would say, hey, that's interesting. But I I don't even have a homepage called at the time. Could you help me build a website and you know maybe at least get present on the Internet and what would that cost me and so the business turned into kind of an Internet consulting business that built sites for companies, and you kind of knew how to do the basics because you were engineering students exactly. So you'd go from project to project and Comey's were to move very quickly. You know different people would ask other people in your who could be higher so on. So forth, we were one of the few shops that actually done things. When you would meet when you guys are going meet with clients. Did you ever get a feeling from any of them that they would look at you and think late these guys. Fired A twenty two year. Old Kid. You know we did we both were pretty good sales guy. So I don't I don't remember that being snacking me too hard. I mean I I think that you know the prices were charging versus what they would be looking at consultancies I think a lot of these bigger shops looked at it as like. Play money where they're kind of like. Well, whatever how bad. Kimiko. With a couple of college students here are doing this for us if it works out phenomenal if it doesn't work out, you know whatever we haven't really we haven't really lost a lot.
"kimiko" Discussed on Unhappy Hour with Matt Bellassai
"So there's that full season which is good because there's a bunch of cute gays that I- Ogle while they put put those buns in the oven in my right? And then there's also a new season that they put out it's so good. So that's by show this week do. You have a regular chaser. I do I recently made a playlist for the first time in a while. And it's called depressed and dancing and it specifically for when you're feeling sad. And maybe you're crying a little bit. But you also like wanna feel better? But also kind of wanna stew in it. It's a perfect playlist for that. Maybe I'll tweet it from the unhappy, our pod sure account. You know, it's it's mostly inspired by Robbins new album, which is basically made for sad girls to dance to and it's great. It makes me happy. And maybe it'll help you shake off your sad nece or sink into it. Who knows what about you met? What's making you? I like to drown my sadness in food. This. I guess it's on theme. Maybe it's because I've been watching so much bake off. But my chaser is banana bread because Bach. Eddie buddy, who says banana bread is gross. I've been Anna bread with raisins in it this morning, and I was extremely disappointed that there were raisins, and it why would you mess up a good thing? Anyway, continue on I like banana bread law raisins. Don't improve any bring this is about what I like. Yes. Yeah. Banana bread is my favorite bread and also putting my banana pudding. I almost went to magnolia bakery. But there's always a long line outside of it. Trim my true quest in life. Specifically in New York City is to find the best chicken salad sandwich and the best banana bread. Maybe that could be my sandwich chicken salad on banana bread. Interesting. You know, I'm not disgusted. I am intrigued that's right. When you go to a deli in New York one day, you'll say can I have the map Bella side? We'll just spit in your face. Because they refuse they refuse put chicken salad on a banana bread. Anyway, what else was my chaser for the week seeing people's reactions to the Joe Firestone interview. People were like what is happening. Great question. Can't answer. It. I love her so much. That's my favorite interview of all time. I love it. Couple of people who message mean we're like, I feel so bad. You seemed uncomfortable. And it's like, no fun. I mean, yes, yes. It was fun. All right. Great fun. That's it for this week. Thanks for listening to unhappy. Our you can head to apple podcasts or Spotify or Stitcher. Revie get podcast hit that subscribe button and rate us review. But only if it's nice, I don't wanna hear your shit on happy hour is a production of.
"kimiko" Discussed on Unhappy Hour with Matt Bellassai
"Yes, you have to watch every episode plan. Yeah. If you skip one you'll be sorely disappointed. Well, thank you so much. Thank you. All right. We're almost there. We're almost at the end of the show, but burst our chasers chasers. Or the good stuff that helps all the batch it go down, and we decided since basically, Barry, and I every week have been saying television shows is our chasers. Literally every single week. We decided every week for our chasers. We're going to say what we're watching. And we have to say something else that's making all the bad shit. Go down. We're forcing test upon ourselves. Barry, are you ready for the tests? I'm ready. What's your television show of the week? So my television show the week, as you know, because I have been texting you between the hours of six forty five PM to midnight every single night this week, mostly when I'm asleep. Shits creek. You have been on it for a long time. Shits creek was like my first ever changing. No, it's it's taken me a long time. I've had a lot of shows on my list, and that's been on it for a while. But I finally got to it and. Oh, it's it's just the fucking best. It's literally the best show on television the for. Okay. I did. I watched the first episode a while ago, and I wasn't thrilled. But then I watched the second episode, and it's like once they get to the town. Oh my God. It's just it's incredible. It's so funny. It. I just it's so good. I've I've actually seen every episode at least ten times not an exaggeration. I watched every binge-watch shits creek ten times at least. Yeah. It's it's what I'm watching. And I'm really happy. I want to get L. So started pulled arc. We can talk about that next week. Okay. What about you? What are you watching this week my TV show this week? Well, I mean, I've talked about this before. But the great British bake off has new seasons on net. Flicks. It will if you live in the United States, they put out I don't know. It's weird thing they put out like one of the earlier seasons that hadn't been on that flicks yet..
"kimiko" Discussed on Unhappy Hour with Matt Bellassai
"I dunno just learning about the YouTube culture, and the YouTube world and going to these vid cons and stuff like that. Oh, yeah. I feel like I'm so old. I don't know anything is. Everyone's like knows all the lingo or something everyone like there are all these people that I had no idea about that have millions of followers and now I like wash there used to. What I mean? It's so strange. It's really cool though. Yeah. Yeah. I mean, there's just so many like pockets on YouTube that you could have no idea anything about them. And then you like stumble into it and realize there's this like whole world, some of it's horrible bad. And you don't want to go down that rabbit hole. But there's a lot of really great stuff. Yeah. But I imagine also the fans can be very rabid in a way that maybe television fans aren't. Yeah. It's way different. I'm I've noticed I mean, first of all they're younger second of all she's putting so much of her personality out there on her personality is so charming. So it's like, you're my best friend, you should know that right, right? We we spend so much time together. And that's like how you feel as a fan. You know? So I'm sure people feel a little bit of ownership, and the fact that like her subscribers literally made, quote, unquote, made her in a way, you know, like it. It's. A different phenomenon. Ye-ye-yeah what is your like entertainment diet? Look like, what are you watch? Who don't ask me? I watch like pro I'm I'm a terrible actor in the sense that I watch a lot of reality TV. I love competition shows. I also love shows where where people are just like hitting rock bottom. It sounds so awful. Like what like hoarders or intervention? Right. Right. Those shows and like I for whatever reason I could rewatch, and I think I've watched every single episode of intervention. I'm not even kidding you. I feel like I have started gravitating more towards like reality shows. It's just like Edano you need that just you don't have to really pay attention. Although I've been watching ju- love island. It's show. Oh my God. Sorry. I said that so loudly. Yes. I just started watching it. And that you have to pay attention. I started watching the first one on who they love it Hannah. She's the greatest Josh. Yeah. But that like you have to pay attention because I don't understand a worst. Hang. Yeah. You have to watch it with the subtitle. Just so I have to be able to read the subtitles while I'm watching it because I don't understand anything. But it's so weird. I feel like it's going to like change my vocabulary now because all of their like slang is. So this muggy. I yeah. I've I've had to like urban dictionary. Certain terms my favorite is saying bevy for beverage. Join up Evie. It was very it. Only happened once that I was like I love. Actually think there's going to be a love island in the US. There is there is just thought I heard that I'm excited about it. You can understand it now and enjoy right? Hopefully, although I'm trying to like translate it in my head is it like jersey shore type people is it more like Nash threat type people like, I don't know. And I just like that. They've dropped all pretense that it's about anything other than just to like playing with these lab. Rats seals like a social experiment. Yeah. We could talk about this forever. This would be the entire episode. All right. We're gonna play a bit of a game. It's called explained that quo. It's based on a section on IMDB the internet movie database called personal quotes. I think it's a ridiculous section for any person on their coats of mine. No, what did I say?.
"kimiko" Discussed on Unhappy Hour with Matt Bellassai
"And the idea is that they write in this. Guestbook that's at this retreat. Right. So we run bare feet retreat, which is the place that everyone staying give them the keys, and they write in the guest book about their experience. And so every episode is a new experience with the new exciting guest. Right. So that's basically and the first season. It's kind of one of those things where you you can totally and you probably should watch the first season. But the second season could stand alone there. There are things that reference the first season, but it kind of is an enthralling series, right, right? Is it like you have to watch the episodes in order or is each episode its own encapsulated story. Well, if you want to like, watch my arc unfold. Probably in order. Right, right. But, but yeah, you can you can totally watch it if you're just, you know, flipping through the channels. Yeah. We'll you shake everybody knew you have to watch the whole thing every second that you're in it. So I want to ask about your orange is the new black character, and how how much do you identify with Brooke was her name? Right. Who's like, very like, passive resistance will hippie like, you know, all of the that kind of stereotype how much did you was that you I feel like at the time? I was closer to the character. And I am now. Now, you're like, they're just fucking pro-war. No, no, no. I used to use a lot of natural product right right now shit like that and like tried meditating and stuff, and I I want to. Still like, I think I've just kind of accepted the fact that I'm I'm not that way. But like I want I I know it would be helpful. You know, if I was like, really earthy, Ian shit. Yeah. Yeah. I I don't know. I actually said this to my boyfriend, Mike, I really am glad that I didn't play brook in two thousand eight. Is that what have been a whole different? I was hated at the time. But I think I would have been like hated people. Oh my God. That's character. The things I would have had to say that's true. I think also like the thing about being in a Netflix show is that like people spend shows come out a year apart for like, you know, show like orange is the new black comes out, you know, once a year, but like people will binge it and like two days. Yeah. So you're like spending a lot of time with these characters at once. So it's like, it's it's a lot easier to develop very strong opinions very quickly in that moment. So I can I can understand the concern is what I'm saying. Yeah. Yeah. I also wanna ask about lies on demand. Right. So for those who doubt now lies a Koshi is one of the biggest YouTubers in the world. She's like the beyond save you. She is the beyond say of YouTube, and she so how does show on YouTube Brad called lies Endre man, which kind of plays like I kind of task rabbit person who does different characters in each episode, and you are roommate rate. Yeah. I'm here. A lot of people were watch maybe not on YouTube. But might not think, oh, I'm gonna watch YouTube show. It is genuinely shit show. Yeah. But what was the experience like of making a show on on YouTube, and then like the reaction to it? I I didn't see any difference while I was going through it wrote the process of making it wasn't different president TV show. I mean, the production of TV show. Yeah. So it it was very similar and then the after the..
"kimiko" Discussed on Unhappy Hour with Matt Bellassai
"And I just I guess I I didn't realize I wasn't in the right places to figure that out. But I had a very liberal and open experienced growing up for me. It's more like it's just hot one hundred twenty degrees every day. Really? Yeah. That aspect I don't I don't like I don't like feeling like I could lay on the cement and like actually burn alive. Right, right. Yeah. Any any climate word like the weather manner cracking eggs on the sidewalk to prove a point. It's like man, maybe human shouldn't be living here. Now, you need oven mitts in your car. I believe that even in Chicago. I'm from Chicago. And like, yeah. Cars the seat belts in cars is like the number one cause of my discomfort through like the entirety of summer as you touch that thing once, and it's like you have scars there are there are actual scars on my body because of because of seat belts so sorry, and I blame Arizona even though I never been there until like a year ago. So you you started off as an actress of of the theater, right? And you started like pretty young, right? I don't even know what age. I I wanna say like I I was probably about five. But because it was whenever I got my first album, and I'm pretty sure it was selene Dion. Uh-huh. The falling into you might was the album, and I was obsessed with it. And I think because I was obsessed with it and obsessed with her obsessed with their accent and just like imitating so much. My parents were like, maybe she should channel this energy. Elsewhere, not in the home. Because I was crazy. I was like literally blasting the music and doing impressions of sleepy on. So what an idol for a five year old? I know and you can hear it Ryan like. I definitely take. I see it. You are the very presence of selene you. You. I'll I went to see her in Vegas. It was an experience of a lifetime. How long ago was this or recent? I think it was last year says soon enough to still to still feel in your heart. Oh, yeah. I felt it are you love that selene Dion has now become like, a not a parody of herself. But just like she is she's now a heightened version of Cillian Diaz. She could just like ball into the character of selene Dion. I know I love it. I just love watching her. There was a whole like maybe thirty to forty five minute part of the show where she just stopped the music in talked. About nothing either. Like, I don't even know what it was about. But we were all like laughing and laughing and then it like sorta got uncomfortable. And then I guess some person whispered in your ear piece. Someone's like jests. Personally, I would love to just watch a selene Dion like stand set, you know, thirty minute freestyle. I do there's that scene in you know, how to lose a guy in ten days where she she takes him to a selene Dion concert in an attempt to like get rid of him. And like that is because that is the embodiment of like how to get rid of a straight dude is like him to us selene Dion concert, which is outrageous. Is she bestows joy on everybody. Yeah. I mean, I I don't understand that at all. I brought my boyfriend actually did who wouldn't I think that her song for the dead pool? Soundtrack is like one of my top ten songs right now. Now, I don't know it. Ashes, okay. Gun. Ana San was lift to city e sprayers. Just listen to it after I promised. And the music video is also amazing because it's like deadpool, dancing, ballerina style. While selene Dionne just does a ballot. I'm watching that. I'm glad we already got onto the topic of Celine. Dion. Not so back to sleep. It was the embodiment of selene that you were like I need to I need to channel this energy. Aunt you a creative outlet can become this five year old teeny tiny Asian girl. Just embodying selene going up. Oh, you know what? My first audition auditioned for Snow White and the seven dwarfs. I auditioned with a Sunset Boulevard song. That was sung by Glenn Close. With one look, it's so dramatic. It's so epic. And I I sing that for my dopey edition..
"kimiko" Discussed on Unhappy Hour with Matt Bellassai
"My guest complainer today is Camilo Glenn comed- goes an actress singer she's known for her roles and orange is the new black waitress the Broadway musical the very funny YouTube series LIZA on demand with LIZA Koshi and TBS and series. The guest book can make a welcome to the show. So we like to get are complaining juices flowing by asking everybody. What is one thing? You hate that everybody else loves I think I'd have to say scary movies. Uh-huh. Because for whatever reason all my friends are super into that. They always wanna go. See a scary movie or watch a scary movie on? I just hate scary movie. I am the same way. It's just I can't do it. I don't like getting scared for the sake of being scared. Yeah. Just like scary movies or like thrillers? Are you into thrillers? Any any time? Like, you're watching something. And it's like really still, and you don't know. What's happening? It's nighttime. And then they're like cocoa. Someone passes by the shot. I'm like, oh my God. I that jump scares. Yeah. I've always hated scary movies too. I was very scared of the actual music video to thriller. It's like, it's terrifying. Scary. And there was when I was a kid, and my mom thought it was like, oh, he liked turns into a big dog. You'll like it. And it's like, no it's Michael Jackson turning into like a horrifying where wolves like terrifying. It's terrifying. Before he changes, basically didn't like the dance either. I mean, you know, I, I don't mind. Good dance choreographed dances. In the context of the music. Frightening. Yeah. It's just that moment when his like is turned to like, yeah. Yeah. Haunts me. There's also I was just thinking about this too. You know, how some people wear contacts that make their eyes. Look like that. I remember very distinctly when I was a kid. We were at a buffet so already out of my element buffets. Everything could go wrong. And I was looking at this, man. And he had those is and I was too young to know that like their contacts. Yeah. I was like, oh, no something's wrong with him. And I feel bad for him. But also, I'm like scared. It was it was an experience and it was because of Michael Jackson. So that's the connection. I get it. There's a new like horror series on Netflix that everyone's talking about called the haunting hill or something like that or house, and I'm like, it's one of those things everyone's talking about on Twitter, and I should watch it, but even in like safety of my own apartment. I don't gap some people find it like cathartic like it's like you can go get scared by like, you know, ghosts and things and it takes you away from real world. That's like Gary snail least-favoured emotion. Safe wanted houses. Are you if? Yeah, I mean, I like a haunted house, but not the serious ones that are like will torture you sign this waiver. We can do whatever, you know. That's not how you can't get past. The fact that some people will sign a waiver to enter a haunted house. If I if I know that I'm gonna get out alive. I'm usually okay with that's true. I don't know. I guess people are very litigious. So you need to come to your basis. But yet all right. We got that out of the way. So you're from Phoenix. Right. Are you like an Arizona person at heart. Is that like where your where your home still is? Well, it is because I. Definition. But like I like I feel like my entire presence is the antithesis of Arizona like I feel like I need to come with a warning. That's like do not put an era Zona will explode. Well, you know, I I had actually a really nice upbringing where I didn't even know that that AirAsia was kind of more conservative or any of any of that. Like, I grew up with tons of gay friends, like my my high school had like a lot of diversity in it..
"kimiko" Discussed on Unhappy Hour with Matt Bellassai
"But instead they cut the trip short and landed at Cape Cod, which is the whitest place. There is how do you fuck it up that badly? Just aim aim your boat where you wanna go and then go their boats work. Fucking Mayflower s plus like weird that you're just going to celebrate surviving disease and starvation when half of your colony died on the way to the new worlds, that's like that's like going out on a Friday night with all of your friends and half of them die from typhoid. And and famine on the way to the bar, and then all of you survivors, just like drink extra hard to their memory now empty, Chaz JJ. JJ? Okay. Wrong. Also who the fuck eat thought of a corn acopia, the cornucopia is the worst basket shape. It's the least efficient basket shape of all of the basket shapes. You know, what it reminds me of a dick NAT, and you know, water coolers went instead of having a Cup that has an actual bottom. It's just a cone. Why do those cups exists anti-labour? It's what because you can't you can't you have to just drink it. And then get back to your desk as quickly as possible because you can't set it down. I thought it was so you'd have to throw it in the trash can cause you can't send it down anywhere. Either way. It's oppressive. You know, what they should have at offices instead of those interested giant like a hamster water bottle that everybody has to walk up to sip upside down spigot? Yeah. I don't have anything else to say about according to copy. It's just a weird. It's a weird basket. You set it down in the new fucking falls over and all your squashes fallout. And it's like great on all of my gourds and squashes are all over the floor. Squashes Guan Yu's. Also who the fuck eats gourd? Do you? Are you even supposed to actually were don't know, isn't that pumpkin? Technically, a gourd. The all gore pumpkins, I just assume this is my taxonomy, which is wrong. Pumpkins are smooth skin and squashes or slash chords. Have eczema. Okay. Sure. Squashes? They all have also like peanut pumpkins, which literally looks like it has peanuts all over it. Yeah. Yeah. Pumpkin. Because it reminds me of this guy who ran the va like knockoff blockbuster in our town. There was one that was just like it just had flashing lights that was like physio store and the guy who ran it had an a knows that had a bunch of like bumps on it. What if you listen, he's dead? But I just have a visceral memory of this man with his gourd face. Anyway, moving on. You're just you're just gonna learn a bunch of hunting and gathering techniques from the Watson, though tribe, and then survive the winter just you can murder them all later down the road. That's like when the deliveryman brings me, my chicken salad sandwich on a hallway bagel and blueberry Muffin and ice coffee. And then I wait two years and then tip him by giving him a blanket full of smallpox. That's not how it's done. No that's disrespectful to the the hunter gatherers in our society. Also, the first things giving lasted like three whole days three day meal, selfish, selfish. We should go back to that. That sounds way more fun three days. It's called Coachella. That's true. Anyway, fuck them for doing that next. The pilgrims invited the WAFA knowing to their feast, and then some of the some of the natives had to walk like two full days to get there. And then when they got there the pilgrims were like, thank you. Oh my God. Thank you so much for coming f-. Why we don't have any rooms for you. So so like if you want to like if you want like a roof to sleep under like a wall to lean against you're gonna have to build that yourself, so otherwise have fun sleeping outside. That's what they did. That's what they did things like nothing destination wedding. If I if you invite me to your house for dinner, I expect at least Abed. Somewhere where I could lie down pull a cover over my head and scream and finally all of the women pilgrims had to wear like so much there to wear two petticoats. This isn't really a great one to end on. It just happens to be the last one on my list is cold in New England. I. They do wear. Stockings held up by garters, which like what year is it..
"kimiko" Discussed on Unhappy Hour with Matt Bellassai
"And apparently, it was like a kick ass party. It sounds great. The only people who weren't they were like him in a couple of his friends. Good like this family. Yep. He's dick love that. So real uplifting story next eight New Jersey woman. Oh, this is a nice uplifting story. A New Jersey woman was arrested after forty four dogs were found dead in her freezer. I'm offering because it's upsetting. I'm so glad putty is not here to hear this. I'll make sure I tell him next time. I see it. There was. Yeah. This woman her she had a bunch of dead dogs, stuffed in plastic bags and stored in freezers at her home because they were all once alive and her pets and she loved them and keep them around. And I think she I mean, also I should add there were a hundred and thirty alive dogs, so many bad faith. Percentage wise, she was doing. All right. Most of them were alive and living in deplorable conditions and had to be taken to like. Yeah. Emergency rooms all of them. Then you're going to be this woman. Yeah. Just throw your dog away. You know? And finally Japanese man, I guess this is an uplifting story. Relative to the last one a Japanese man has married a holographic sixteen year old girl. He's been in love with for years at a ceremony in Tokyo, statutory. I mean to that. I think it she's like perpetually sixteen. I dunno basically tuck situation. Sure, sure. Sure. Sure. This man, he's a thirty five year old school administrator upsetting. He married had soon. Emeco a virtual singer with saucer eyes and long blue pigtails at a ceremony in front of forty guests. None of whom we're his family because they refuse to attend. He said I've always been in love with me croissant. I'd never cheated on her. I've been thinking about her every day. Honestly, I just wanna man to say that about me one day. That's all I'm asking for got beautiful saucer is he married a physical representation of her as a stuffed doll. But she is basically a hot soon Emeco is like recognizable character in Japanese pop culture. She's featured as like a singer at live concerts as an animated projection and is now marketed as a virtual home anime companion. Oh. Alexa. Yeah. Basically, it's like an elaborate tomah Gottschee meets Alexa. Yeah. That you can like Mary if you want the company behind it like issues, quote, unquote, air quotes, they issue like marriage certificates. Oh, so they encourage this. Yeah. Marrying your life to the brand. Also, I guess it it like you can I don't know if it comes with this. But there's like a two thousand eight hundred dollar desktop device that it like lives in it's a moving talking hologram. So high Pat on wheels I'm picturing like the floating face from like Power Rangers. It's that like in a tube. But Alexa, atomic Gottschee and a floating face from Power Rangers. And also you can fuck it. What else? Do you need riff your imagination? Also, she's a sixteen year old girl, you probably shouldn't the company has issued more than thirty seven hundred certificates for quote crossed. I mentioned marriages and the newlywed said he hopes his story will help others come forward who may be tuition named to affirm their love for a hologram. This man is the Martin Luther King of robot human relations. He broke the glass ceiling. On this. That's it for this week throws things. I maxed we got a deep dive about pilgrim's Hettie. Oh. Buckle. Thanksgiving Turkey, deep dive Jeep Jeep. Jeep dot de..
"kimiko" Discussed on Unhappy Hour with Matt Bellassai
"All right worst, things Spurs. Let's talk about the worst news of the week. Police in Maine say they helped corral a quote unquote, unruly pig on the run along interstate ninety five no word yet on exactly why the police were unable to recognize their worker. Is the cops are pigs. I definitely thought you were just going to make a berries mom joke. Again. You're just gonna destroy my family wants more. But thank you. Nope. Anti police sentiment for. Thanksgiving. Anyway, I feel like every episode. We have a story about an animal on the run. It gets caught. It's one of our biggest beats. Yeah. It's probably all remember it was that goat that goat? That was sad. Dowling Harriet Tubman of goat's. He's he's going cross species. He's helping everybody he's an equal opportunity escapist go. Anyway, the police wrote a Facebook post boasting about how they'd capture the uncooperative pig. The pig was not read his Miranda rights, and I will be representing him in the forthcoming case that I intend to take all the way to the supreme court and the cavenaugh cavernous fucking snow. We'll have to look me right in the eyes. Why say me and my pig, Mr. client. Well, not stand for this. We don't recognize your legitimacy on this bench Bom. Anyway, next a woman. Oh, I love the story. A woman writing on an Australian blog called women, I guess what? W H I M women human. Anyway, she wrote this like first person essay about her wedding. Basically, she says she was in a hotel room. She was sipping pre wedding champagne with her bridesmaids. And she gets a text and her friends are like oh shit. Your phone's blowing up and then she's. All of my friends do every time I receive tax especially the night before your wedding. Yeah. Anyway, she goes looks at the phone, and it's a message that says I wouldn't marry him would you and then there was a series of screen shots that just documented this like x rated affair that her fiance was having with another woman. The texts included this weekend you and I it's on hot stuff. Bring your a game. That's how I sex. Also, your body is fucking incredible and shit too. You know, how to use it? I wish my GIF had half the skills you do. See why do you have to do that? Why can't you just cheat? Like victimless -ly, right? Bring her down. The messages were apparently dating from like months before to only days before the wedding. So Oliver Brian mates are like you need to go murder him. And she's like a now she was so mad, but she liked takes the night rests gets up goes through with the wedding. But walks down the aisle with her phone gets to the front in front of everybody in front of him. And it's like the wedding will not be happening. And then she reads every tax out loud in front of ham in brenham, his family every text and then he like runs out with his best, man. And then she was like. Yep. The wedding not happening. Sorry. He's a horrible person. But the reception will be happening, and you're all invited to come and have a party to celebrate quotes. Honesty. Finding true love 'em following your heart..
"kimiko" Discussed on Unhappy Hour with Matt Bellassai
"Welcome to unhappy. Our the show where we bitch about other things we love to hate every single week. I'm your host, Matt Beleza. I'm here in the studio as always with my producer berry Finkel high. Remember how last week? I love fall. Yeah. I do. Well, guess what? Fuck it snowing outside you see that's on the ground. Yes. Is clearly you're berry you deserve it. It's only. Okay. Because I did just buy a about who. A Danish term for making Schick cozy as fuck. Okay. You know, what else this cozy? What this episode episode cozy? I don't know. I just needed to transition. Okay. Okay. Whatever we're going to start this episode off as always with worse things. I the worst news up the week after that we are diving deep into the billons up. Thanks giving. No, not the cranberry sauce. We already covered that not your family. We already covered that too. We're talking about Bill Grimm's the original centers of America. And finally, we got the very talented. Actress comedic, oh Glenn in the studio for an interview and a game. You know, her from porn is the new black lives on demand and the guest book on TBS. So let's get into it. Let's do it. Let's buckle those damn pilgrim shoes and start. Uh-huh..
"kimiko" Discussed on The Changelog
"We can take that fee structure and give it to the horde itself and so that whenever you sacrifice a kitty over the horde that money gets paid out to you we could actually create this really interact and in doing so you guys reacted yourself like this is so cool like like we can create this really interactive system where you know people interacting with kimiko or in the united kripa samis it becomes it becomes a narrative that's fun to talk about in fun interact with this this is just one thing that you can do people are using the athenian blockchain to manage provenance of fish or products that get created and make sure that the things are you know finally make it to consumers people are using it to check out oil production and make sure that we're we're producing things right like blood diamonds don't need to happen anymore we can create applications like decentralized ebay where you for instance ebay is great in that it brings people together but they what along with pay pile they take seventeen and a half percent cut which is outrageous like that that doesn't need to happen anymore the value transfer can happen over theory and so what we're going to do is reduce the what we say the amount of rent seekers that are in our industry today that are just kind of building an asset and then sitting on that asset and instead put that value over to everybody.
"kimiko" Discussed on AM 970 The Answer
"The there was one man who back you've prediction from down arizona and he met with me and he told me he was he was heading to canada for a few months and he did it every year nakodar great finding the mosquito eat me up and i hope that all world increase your about maker he was just starting it actually yet even been honoured this quite a huh he was the internal medicine specialists and he said that it'll help with them if it short look at the chemistry and i'll help the apple or a healthy cruder a vegetable to help you they are the more though by the insects for example they have they have pesticide kimiko with in them naturally made be dark chemical we have to by any means and we wouldn't allow any of them in a product added to it but but the natural immune system of a of a planned to a recruiter vegetable will actually it will it will keep the worm a way out of an apple for example if you see a thick apple tree warming apple tv the help the apple tree it will have very few warmed in the apple were though this this new the future that this has decided to keep the bug the way we eat it it does the same thing for us for example natural less deci that you're talking about the completely natural inherent within the fruit itself absolutely thousands and thousands of natural kimiko that are natural and good for the plant and good for you and that's what killed peat bogs and keep even parasite than those kinds of things will help to keep those things away anyway so he's going.
"kimiko" Discussed on VOX Podcast with Mike Erre
"And this book is written by neuroscientists and i don't know if it's a christian but there's nothing christian in it it's just purely brain science and i want to read to you some quotes from the book all right now have three pages of quotes so i know it's going to be awful so let me jump okay there are three neuro chemicals released in a sexual relationship the first one is dopamine say dopamine dopamine is wonderful it is the rush of i feel lie in is that reward kimiko it is when you do something thrilling and risky end it works it's the rush that comes from that addictive drugs target dopamine receptors case of dopamine is is the rush that comes from engaging in something thrilling something exciting it's the rush that comes from looking at porn it's the rush that comes from viewing in a fair dopamine is totally values neutral meaning it rewards whatever you think is thrilling and risky whether it's good for you or not dopamine israeli listen to this studies with animals have shown that almost all addictive drugs increase still reward signals sex is one of the strongest generators of the dopamine reward now there's another neurochemical called oxytocin ladies this is for you this is the feminine bonding chemical right now i'm just quoting these people 'cause i don't understand anything but here's what they say oxytocin is released into your body ladies four at 4 occasions intimate touching sexual intercourse the onset of labor and nursing and it is the kimiko that causes you to bond with your baby were your lover.
"kimiko" Discussed on KTTH 770AM
"Micro um my ex been is the it wanted told me about this conspiracy theory and i didn't want to even hear it but he had a point um you mentioned that there was a senator in arizona none none former state again on route who by the way may or may not either there is some controversy as to how serious as seriously she is into the camp trails phenomenon but go ahead okay there's a lotta people nor kerekou looking into that uh family i should say which i am anti lfm her death because that's really got me he rain could need that uh a contract which i've seen all my life you don't wanna get airplane goes by that would different um dissipate is that correct where it right is condensate john right right but a contro dating from the air and the campaign trail amatori across all across arizona and from the plane states you know and they said oh ho hum cropdusting and things like that but this guy in arizona tip and set riddled nathan is all over here land then he did get that rainfall and then he put all the rain from after kim health came down which is different prakan trial and he put it in a big jr took it and have asked right when we think he found in there were very um and bury anisa berry talk it um kimiko on now elementary on that periodical chart okay this is this is based upon your ex husband i want to leave it but he held on hold hold on an old on who do you think is spraying these kim trails in the sky and why i don't know i just know that the guy on we can all do they experiment are south because i like science we can all put out um you know jars and our yard and take it down and he would actually in there because if it so easy to employ gone wild on hold on if it so easy to experience what's in there why why haven't any more formal investigators universities or or science labs or anyone with any serious credentials at all said anything about these campaign trail socalled which are actually contrary us but why not i couldn't tell you why and i ain't ain't undercut theory in theory and.
"kimiko" Discussed on 77WABC Radio
"The there was one man who back from downing arizona and he met with me and he told me he was he was heading to canada for a few months and he did this every year out great funding the mosquitoes you eat me up and i said oh world know increase your about maker he was just starting it actually he hadn't even been honoured at this point and he was the internal medicine specialists and he said that it will help with annika short look at the chemistry you know help the apple or a healthy cruder a vegetable the help you they are the more though fight the insects for example they have they have pesticide kimiko clip in them naturally made the dark chemical by any means and we wouldn't allow any of them in the product added to it but but the natural immune system of a planned or recruiter vegetable will actually it will it will be the worm a way out of an apple for example if you see a thick apple tree warming apple tv the help the apple tree it will have very few worms in the apple were though this this in the future the decided to keep the bug the way we eat it it does the same thing for us for example natural class decide that you're talking about the completely natural inherent within the fruit itself absolute powers and thousands of natural kimiko that are natural and good before the plant and good for you and that's what killed keep those bugs and keep uh even parasite than those kind of thing go help to keep both thing to wait for him anyway going and he said uh i could increase fruits and vegetables you know the number of cap procure taking and it'll help reduce the number of mosquito bite you get and you kidding me.
"kimiko" Discussed on 77WABC Radio
"The all the trying different every day even off day every day we get new stories uh people just calling in and saying i just feel better the there was one man who back you the position from down arizona and he met with me and he told me he was he was heading to canada for a few months and he did this every year nakodar great finally out of the mosquito eat me up at all world increase your bound to maker and he was just starting it actually he hadn't even been honoured at this point uh huh he was the internal medicine special it then he said that this will help with annika short look at the chemistry and know help the apple or a healthy cruder a vegetable the help you they are the more though by the insects for example they have they have pesticide kimiko with in them naturally made the dark chemicals we add by any means and we wouldn't allow any of them in the product added to it but but the natural immune system of a of a planned or recruiter vegetable will actually it will it will the worm a way out of an apple for example if you see a thick apple tree has warming apple to give you a healthy apple tree it will have very few warmed in the apple were so this this fact the fugitive this pesticide the keep the bug away as we eat it it does the same thing for us for example natural pesticide that you're talking about the completely natural inherent within the fruit itself absolutely thousands and thousands of natural kimiko better natural and good for the plant and good for you and that killed keep those bugs and keep even parasite than those kinds of things don't help to keep those things away anyway so he's going.
"kimiko" Discussed on Super Station 101
"Are unless you're way out so it's about making better choices all the way around let's kick it off and go with joanne high joanne and a hormone for way oh the age see gene it's amine it's it's a you know for the short term if you want to jumpstart to your system that's kind of what it's designed to do then then it can be a good way to go but for the most part you know you want to make sure that with something like this you got to be doctor monitored in another big of doing the shots there's a homeopathic version of that that works a lot better but it does reset the hypothetical mus and it does work but it's just a matter of getting with some one checking kind of guide you through the process dieticians a really good really up on it but you need have someone that can oversee you in that process in the diet you know the calorie restriction on how much you can eat when he threw can foods and anti inflammatory diet is always the best my opinion you can get more on that at a show dot com website and you can find more than a year that's that's when you have someone monitor you on that and then you've got to get on a good i'm a really good kinda overall game plan so that's what i would in the long term that is to have someone really watch over you in that process okay aaa two eight three seventy two seventy two lines are open questions by health kimiko talk about a whatever struggle with you call now or go to the website of course going to the next level in your health is all about making the right choices and the right decisions let's go now to kathy kathy i get it i now well mind now is very rai in one and what i can do i tried everything and i wanna know what i can do it get echo at it okay well the several these you can do one is with the nails themselves you probably deficient in a mega three fatty acids pretty easy to do as as for eating the right kind.