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"kodaly" Discussed on Newsradio 600 KOGO
"Cleared out the lanes over the right shoulder. Just a car that was out of gas. Looks like just a pocket asshole. Traffic behind that great drive coming in from the North County South accident. Free East County. Good start into the nine o'clock hour as well. I'm Kevin Dean Coco's next real time Traffic update just minutes away. Local news time. Nine o'clock, another big increase in new cases of Corona virus in San Diego County officials say there were 559 new cases and 12 more deaths. Latest report brings the total number of deaths to 448 since the beginning of the pandemic in March. The total number of cases now stands at 21,446. Local communities are trying to adapt to the latest restrictions do to covet the power. A City Council approves the plan to allow fitness groups and churches, etcetera tow officer Offices in city parks. They just need commercial insurance and a current power a business license to move their operation Kodaly Union School District reopened Monday for in person teaching for the first time since the schools were closed. Every elementary and middle school is opening Cone Valley. In a survey center parents, 60% said they want students back on campus. Full time, 20% Wanna hybrid and the other 20 wanted on ly distance learning? The president's poll numbers continue to dip, and now he has a new campaign manager. Jill NATO reports from Washington for Scala's out while veteran GOP operative Bill Stepien is in as president Trump's new campaign manager. The move comes his Poles from Fox, NBC. Quinnipiac, another show the president trailing behind Democratic rival Joe Biden. It also comes after a Washington Post reporter portrayed bar Scala's self promoting and aloof the person and posted the news on Facebook, saying par scale will continue to play a role in the campaign working on digital strategies. As for Stepien, he served his national field director for the Trump campaign in 2016. Coming up. We have your real time. Traffic in your updated weather. Next Kogo News time. 902 00 is zero sandiego dot Come The L A Times just ran a long piece by Joni Rosen calling for a new national anthem. Now he knows that. Last month, San Francisco protesters.
"kodaly" Discussed on Weeknight Kitchen with Melissa Clark
"From an in between the membrane and you can see that the membrane is here and when you cut just in between the two membranes if I do it right that which I did the the segment sort of comes right out except in this piece but there you go so here perfectly succumbed grapefruit segment good yom it's a really juicy one I have to say which I love this is heading upstairs do you know where my library counties to question I wish every child do yeah we do know where Your Library Card is lost I forgot to tell her she needs okay so now in this ball I have all of my grapefruit segments I'm actually going to put a little of the juice so everything is now in my dressing Ginger Chilli Lemon grass I've got little fish sauce lime juice all that beautiful grapefruit juice and I'm GonNa just drizzle in about oil while wisc eyeball to tapes Kodaly Michigan the exact what's your tastes I personally like a really acidic dressing I always err on the side of great and acidic as opposed to more oil but you know what Ben for example one of my best friends and my co author of my Book Mini Fox who I think makes the best salads in the world she's written a book about Salads but also every time I eat at her house tonight unless you did before is going to give a little salt because there is there is fished on us by kind of breaking up a little bit what do you think here you go okay so we're GonNa set this aside we have our soup rims ate fruit that are also going to be set aside meanwhile we're going to talk to shrimp hey hang on Melissa Gayle will be right back I'm Francis lamb host the splendid table and we're so psyched about this podcast were all about the recipe and Melissa's amazing ability to make something out of almost nothing sometimes she's a terrific teacher and her sheer happiness is so contagious we always knew that we wanna do a podcast with her and it's your support and donations that let us make this show and others will be dreaming of later so make an impact with your gift today grapefruit salad and they're getting to those shrimp just about now should we set up our ice bath yes can I grab Nice we're freezer.
"kodaly" Discussed on Glowing Up
"Are you sure there's no bananas in the even one one sliver a slice of a of a nanna. But honestly, I'm trying out usually wear tart Amazonian BB cream as a primary under makeup. And like it gives me really glow. He's I've been using it for five years. So this is a little different. It's more Matt. I don't know it's easy to carry in my purse like it, smooth smooth. I have glow recipe. Just made this to watermelon glow ultra fine mist, which is my new Fave founders face spray on the podcast, look them. That's amazing. Yeah. They were amazing. Yeah. That just came out. It's really fine. So mechanism on this missed has got to be one of the best misting mechanism. I think you just hold it down to. Yeah. It just. Yeah. It's so nice. I am a stand for the Kodaly beauty elixir. And I don't really like other mists, and I don't really venture out. But I really liked the glow recipe. One. It's a very it's it's a fun smell. Yeah. On a funky eight bath and body works. Yeah. It's is a wrong water. It's for sure middle school. I it's definitely nice fine myst-, which is hard to come by weight. This is also my friend last week told me that I smelled like love spell, but like a more expensive version of wimps. More love spell. That's Victoria's Secret. I didn't know if it was an insult or a compliment. But the is that the purple purple on. Vanilla. They always had like such confusing names. It's like nature's not nature's path. It'd be like a walk down a garden. Like, no. But what does it smell like I love my lights rayvey pass moonlight something I loved moonlight. Oh my God. March is also very big into as we all are all big into mall culture. God time. Obsess like five thirty five Victoria secret price, the smell of any ends like I want that at my funeral. It's like why I wish I could time it out to be on text basis with the people at my local any ends, and what's holes, Mr. Wetzel, pretzels. 'cause I don't when I walk by. And there's no sample active samples situation. It ruins my whole day about a fucking sin Abban up beer, but like come on cinnabon is so good for a savory pretzels verse. In Bonn the week. Call me crazy. But it's true. Honestly, splitting cinnabar could you put back on the side could do a home? But I wouldn't do that like this week. But I could it's done. It. The minis are cute. The minis are cute. Yeah. I not the same. Nice so twisted that I love the the frosting so much like my bag is I want to go get a side of frosting and spread that on regular toast, so bizarre. I love the frosting and. Essential. But that thought is we're like, I don't I'm not like dippers something in that frosting time I made the so anti ants. No Annie's make NT any. It's just an easy. They make a vegan cinnamon roll thing. Like you can bake it like a cinnabon like Pillsbury, whatever in the can. And when I made them one day, and I had leftovers, and I save them, and I like wrapped the leftover frosting and tin foil and Dave through the frosting away. And I swear to God, it was the biggest right we've ever gone into and didn't with him digging through our garbage and bring it are meeting. The frosting from the garbage. I like still so embarrassed by how I behave. Frosting has gotta be like the holy grail. Holy grail. You said I don't even know what it's the holy grail of. But it's the holy grail. It's five here. Talk about cheesecakes next. That's another thing yet. She cakes frosting. Just like the thought of that. Okay. That tell me you don't get a visceral memory of the popping open, a cana- fun fatty peeling back that silvery, and it's like like it makes that little sound and that smell like the look of a fresh thing. There's no dense in it just like a little like nipple the dollar. Yeah..
"kodaly" Discussed on Around the Horn
"One Kucher through in an extra thousand offered an additional fifteen thousand which the caddy reportedly turned down KB buy or sell all of it. Well, I'm going to sell it all, but you know, what I'm not going to back up the car over coocher. I'm gonna point out. The fact that caddies need to do what they did a few years ago when they sued the PGA they need a better organization. So they get a percentage of the winds for the work that they do for these golfers. That's what needs so the percentage, which is you know, customary, but not by letter of the law. You think should I buy literate green? I still have you. The caddy reportedly wanted fifty thousand dollars they agreed to four he gave them five. I'm not gonna talk to spend his money that seems pretty generous. He give him an extra thousand on top of it. I think it's a social you're with coocher here. Okay. Right guy. Sola? How about you Ramona Shelburne, well, I'm gonna Kodaly undercut all of my credibility. Admit that I watched below deck on Robbo. Religiously and I have since the beginning, and I can tell you. It's all about the tip. If you're. All. All of the cruise is gonna make funny. It doesn't matter. How much they like you? There's about how great you come in the show, you leave a bad tip. It's going to come out, and you're gonna short should be giving more Franks saying they made an agreement. The tip was fine. And you're saying. Out forget, the agreement always have more than you think you should because it's way it's comes on. And makes you even the fifty thousand the caddy once that's only about four percent out of the one point two million coutry God, I think that would be that would be fair. There's you know that that's a terrible five thousand dollars. Yeah. Let's he given to have a percent. What's number? What would make you happy? Give me a number that would make you happy for thirty thirty points. That makes me happy. This is what doing fine I'm happy with twenty two. You know, you're not getting the money filtered here, you're going the wrong way. And so it's kinda black alesha over showdown. Who's in the money? Let's see let's see who's in the money. We go money bag. Blushes face. I think we need to imagine that John NFL films. Broaching face, dude. The winter wind is amount. What does it mean Ramona? Look, I'm all for the cryptic tweets. But there's nothing really to read into here. He's worked at J Glazer's, Jim. Okay. He's been critical. The giant like he's obviously on board with whatever days they in. And even though that's a predictions, wink, wink, or we still kind of busy trying to find a trade for Antonio Brown. Now, we gotta treat Odell Beckham junior to saw Jay Glazer was a little slightly Don, plus by the reaction to his tweets. But yeah, I I don't think there's anything more to this than that. A prediction that something is not like that. Well, maybe they could be traded for each other until you reading Odell Beckham we move on showed that to the Hartford your goats AA Colorado Rockies there ballpark Dunkin donuts part. Of course, that's a Connecticut spanning peanuts. And cracker jacks over peanut allergy. Do they have to change the song? Take me out to the ball game. Now. You know, my first reaction is like Ron, Swanson parks and rec Kunis coaching. The boys basketball team. Does anyone have any food allergies? No. You do not. Things are wheel. And so if you're going to take him seriously. Yeah, they gotta get those words out of the song. Oh, my God says somebody lives in Los Angeles, where food allergies are just are like everyone has a food. Allergy? You have to make separate gluten free. Everything everybody. Peanut allergies. Are the only thing that I really have sympathy for because those are real and they're deadly..
"kodaly" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM
"Back steps down the far sideline. Hannibal? And that's the saints defense backstreet saints radio. I of two Lattimore I n t that one set up New Orleans. I score the game. Then needed a converted fake punt and a TD pass on fourth and goal from the to to get it done. They race a fourteen nothing deficit to eliminate the defending champs twenty two fourteen. Here's Sean Payton we played from behind quite a bit this season and been able to come back, and this was obviously an important one. Go ahead TD. You know, Al I see how you set out a tweet about Sean Payton. He looks like of talking about you met him last year at the Super Bowl yet. Forgot that part. He does seem really Dushi as coaches seemed Dushi, and what are you seeing Adam gays on the sideline podium today for my team? I would love to do she coach. Like the fact that I've heard all this about Adam gays players. Don't like him. I'm like, yes. I like that. Yeah. Countable? Anybody who's bitch and complain about him being their coach doesn't tell you all I missed meetings. I was making the same stupid mistakes over and over again, I missed a weightlifting I missed the treatments. They don't even think about the idiocy that they bring to the team, and why a coach would want to get rid of you. So how would you rank the Dushi -ness of the coaches left? I would say Sean Payton top do. Yeah. Yeah. Yes. Wow. That's that's that's a battle to the way that Andy Reid. Promotes any Dushi del. He's fourth. He's fourth on second. I'm gonna actually go. I'm gonna go. Sean Payton, Dushi, est McVeigh this second. Mcveigh is he is kind of do. She really won anything. Think. Books. Super-confident? Well, he's gotta be confident. And he's he's in LA coach the coach. Yeah. The Hollywood Kodaly way of Andy Reid. Did you see what NBC did to him? So they had that split-screen commercial. Yeah. He. Abby read his big play sheet on the one side. And on the other side is what what was the was it? I think of a fast food joint or something. It was a food joint. And they were showing all this great food. Like here comes the ribs a fried chicken. The the the French fries, and he's on the other side looks like it's meant. Yeah. Oh, man. I can't believe that NBC did that damn good job by them. I do look forward to every year you notice in training camp and preseason and decent shape. Okay. The off season. And by the end of the year. I mean, like a snow globe. He's shaved comparatively speaking to what he looks like two years ago. He lost like. Almost fifty pounds. I feel like every every summer when they start camping you know he'd worked in the off season when he had a little bit of downtime. Don't have a lot of downtime, but some dictate shed some of that weight, and then you spend all year, you know, you're out the facility, you're crunching the film, you know, the game plan probably a lot of fast food a lot of barbecue. And then by the end of the year, maybe. Chili's restaurant or something. I forget what it was. But where's that same snowsuit things attached the legs in a frontal attack?.
"kodaly" Discussed on The Upgrade by Lifehacker
"I know of that provides this intentional ace, mar in-person, I R L experience is whisper lodge. And melinda. Also has I think a personal service? So that's more soon as they call that as Mark spirit because it's very theatrical is different rooms that you go through in different people, you work with and she also can do some one on one mar. But beyond that, I don't I don't think people have really gotten to that. Phase of starting that up. There's been spas that have reached out to me. And they've said, you know, we've we've heard about this as mar we've been thinking about incorporating it, how would we do that? And so I try to give them tips on well watch lot of as mar videos, those people are experts. But then when you go to do that one on one with someone be very conscious. It's not gonna be be as easy as it looks in those videos because you're going to do things that they may not be doing that video like being conscious of the personal space because now you're really with someone so for seeking out real world. Yeah, we're spur lodges the only service, I know of and I won't be surprised or wouldn't be surprised if in the next couple years you do start seeing either these independent services pop up that offer expert as mar practitioners or Inc is spas yoga studios, health clinics and things like that the podcast is an audio medium. Can you teach us some techniques that we could try in the studio right now to induce brain tangles in our listeners. Well, the first one that would be the easiest would be whispering. Okay. Neck. Okay. This part, right? Are we supposed to say something specific it doesn't matter. What you say as long as you whisper in the way that you would whisper if you were whispering to your best friend who sitting right next to you. Now. I don't think I experienced as mar. But there is something about being whispered to through a microphone that. I appreciate that. Feels nice are just that. I enjoy in the way that I might enjoy like a good song or something. Like it. Just it. It feels good obviously, that's not experiencing AM are. But what is that? Is that on a continuum with, you know, the people that experienced the brain tangles? Yeah. You you actually gave a really perfect example picture any song that you enjoy. We enjoy that song. That's a great song. It relaxes us. It makes us feel good. And there may be a moment in that song that gives you music chills. Have you had that before? What is certain part of the song. And you just you feel emotional rise in your skin kinda gets a little bumps in hair stand up. It's have you had that before Kodaly? Right. So that's music chills. Chemically also called free song. And so that's how it is for some are is that if you hear someone whisper a lot of people are just generally relaxed, but some people feel this heightened relaxation with the brain tingles, which is different from goosebumps. It's not so much about getting the bumps in the hair raising..
"kodaly" Discussed on News Radio 920 AM
"And not being around is definitely one of those coach where would TJ English is website is linked up at coast to coast AM dot com. Couple of his books, Patty wacked, and where the bodies were buried, do you think that Whitey saw the Johnny Depp movie black mass about him? No by then he was locked up in prison, and he wouldn't have had an opportunity to see that. But I know that he did see another movie the departed the one with Jack Nicholson in it and that was supposedly loosely based on the Bolger story. It was fictionalized. And apparently that he saw and he was still living in Santa Monica on the run at that time, supposedly one of the tips that the FBI got Bolger was on the run from a man living in San Diego said that he had gone to see and after new matinee of the departed four Whitey Bolger was in the theater to view that movie when he was there, and this guy called up the FBI and tipped him off about that. And they apparently paid no no particular mind today. Never follow up on that stuff through the now, they didn't follow up on a lot of tips. They were getting about about Whitey Bulger over the years. You know, the the the belief amongst a lot of people was FBI didn't really wanna find him because of what he knew and who he might Dame in in the. In the FBI and the department of Justice who hit enable him and protected him all those years when he was when he was a criminal was he in a secret witness type program, or he was just Whitey doing his thing. Just why do you do? In fact, he was out on the street. Nobody knew he was an informant Kodaly unknown to anybody in the criminal underworld outside of the FBI agent. Why did he become an informant TJ? Did they threatened him or something? Yeah. That's that's a really interesting one. We coming up on a break. 'cause we. Yeah. We are. We are. So. What? Look there long explanation to that that's incredibly fascinating. But not many people know about in relation to the Whitey Bulger's story. So I do want to explain it. I'll give you the short answer. Which is he was approached by John Connolly who was a fellow Irish Catholic from south Boston. This was in the early seventies. Connolly was a young agent trying to make his way up in in the bureau, and the idea of getting Whitey Bolger who at that point wasn't you know, the Whitey Bulger alleged yet Whitey Bolger was was still a thug. He was a up and coming gangster, a member of a gang called the winter hill. Ma that was making some moves in Boston and John Conley approached him and said, this would be a good arrangement for us. You know, I'll take care you. You take care of me we enhance each other's careers. All right. Let's talk more about that TJ when we come back next hour. We'll open up the phone. Lines. But more to talk about with TJ English as we talk about the life of Whitey Bulger. The coast website is now streamline from bubble devices. Great news coast insider or simply want to enjoy our website on your phone. Visit coast to coast.
"kodaly" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060
"The styles. You love for less. We keep an eye on the cameras. So you can keep an eye on the road. Traffic on the twos on KYW NewsRadio forty six degrees. Sunshine headed to fifty six today. Seven forty now a mother from Burlington county is being held as a hero after helping a school shooting in Kentucky ws Dan wing in the newsroom with the story. Dan, Brennan, Kodaly bullet Lumberton New Jersey says that she received a threatening message on Facebook last week from a man named Dylan Durrell, whom she had never met. And who lived in Kentucky something about the man in his threatening message did not said right with bowl. So she called the local police police department in Kentucky where he lived is officers arrived at his home to speak to Giral. He was pulling out of the driveway with. Gun ammo, a kevlar vest and the intention of carrying out a school shooting a court. According to a Thornberry's bull tells CBS three eyewitness news since the arrest. She's been getting a lot more messages from people out in Kentucky. They are amazing. And the first thing a lot of them say I want you. And now he does not represent what our communities about. Brandon Durell is now being held behind bars on charges of making terroristic threat and harassing communications. And I'm wondering how did this mom in New Jersey happened to get messages from a guy in Kentucky's or any connection between the two and that is the big question remaining here. One at the mother herself cannot seem to answer. Mrs bull saying that it seems that he picked her randomly out of all the people on Facebook KYW's, Dan, Wayne this Halloween, you can find treats for everybody. At Walgreens, like the ferry Princess who.
"kodaly" Discussed on WTVN
"Okay. So what? Yeah. When I'm processing the message. How do I handle it? What do I do with it? Well, I mean, I think the reality is this is it's kind of like the gold rush. Right. I mean, either you recognize the opportunity, and you pack up your stuff, and you go out west to take advantage of the gold rush. And by the way, not everybody who got rich during the gold. Rush was in the dirt looking for gold, right? There were a lot of people setting up stores, and you know, doing lots of other things you don't have to be a programming genius to take advantage of AI. You just have to be positioned to take advantage of it. So I think the message here is, you know, your company may or may not train you to adopt a into what you do. And in fact, I wouldn't even wait for your company because if you really want to advance your career, you wanna be a head of the curve on this. You wanna be out in front of your company not following up? And there's this great place. You can go to get an incredible education on artificial intelligence. I call it the university Google. So, you know, if you believe that this is the wave of the future, and it is and you wanna be a head of where you are today. Not behind where you are today to be behind where you are today is to do nothing to be ahead of where you are today is just to say I need to learn more about this than anybody else. And it's not going to be hard to get started on that jokingly say make a big pot of coffee on a Saturday night and say, I'm not going to bed until the sun comes up, and I'm going to sit here, and I'm gonna I'm gonna read what I read gonna leave me to Google something else and your interests and your passion, and your perspective and your experience and your own skills. Today are going to guide where you go. And what you read and what you find. And the goal is to find some part of this artificial intelligence universe and the same applies to you know, we hear a lot about blockchain to that. You could do the same thing with block chain. I'm gonna find my place in this universe. And it's gonna be uniquely mean because nobody has my skills and experiences and interests. Yes, I'm committed to learning about this and finding my life. It seems like I would have to try to determine am I going to continue what I'm doing? And incorporate a or m figuring I'm going to be replaced by what do I do next? I wouldn't even worry about. That yet. I I would just learn about it. And I think as you educate yourself. You're going to get a lot of signs. You know, some people may say I realize now how a I could transform my company, and I'm going to go to my boss on Monday and talk to him or her about that others may say, hey, I is never going to transform my company. I'm going to start meeting people outside of my company and look for a better job with a better company. And some people will say I don't want anything to do with the job or the business or the industry today. I'm gonna Kodaly changed my life and go do something completely different. But you won't know any of those things unless you invest the time in yourself right there pot of coffee will start Bruin as soon as we can get to it, Gregory. Appreciate it much. Our tech doodoo, Greg seven on NewsRadio six ten w t..
"kodaly" Discussed on High and Mighty
"My initial instinct was the one where they make fun of junior for eating pussy. I would always sneak whenever go to a bookstore. I like my parents. My parents are pick readers not to brag, but. Week, carry yourself, like your daughter readers books around me growing up, but I like always like sneak off in an astrology book secret read it and be like, oh, I got a dark side strategy like, oh, what's that kind of stuff? Because I was going to my next question. When did you take up that next level that got you to where you are at s? But that makes that's the one I worked for someone who is like the for some. I heard mercury retrograde before now I feel like everybody is like tossing it around, but this was ten years ago and I was like, what. I was like, oh, there's so much more. And then you just go down wormhole after wormhole and. That where you can like. It is weird -ly kind of like an I hate to be so. Divi gender divided, but it is sort of sports in that way where it's like the more info you get the more enjoyment you can get out of it. Of like, fucked you. It's like now I know so much about other teams or other side because you asset something where you're like, everyone cares about what they are, but being on your podcast and listen to you guys talk about it the way you guys like flip it and put it out to. That's maybe part of the reason why hearing about astrology such a turnoff is because it is someone often talking about themselves. Yeah, and then that's the front. And I I mean. mean, if you want to get me into something, the trick is invite me to your house. Have three women just talk to you about you. Our. Interesting. Why definitely used to sneak off and read the book too, but it's like especially in that scenario when you're in a Barnes and noble and you're like, you feel like you're getting away with something. You're only reading your page. So you're like, I got everything I wanted out of this book dollars. Don't have to pay for it. Thirty dollars. Yeah. But I think for me, like getting deeper into it was actually more on the podcasts and learning more while doing it. So. The same. Like my mom always had a strategy books out. She's a Virgo. She planned me and my brothers. We're both tourists. She didn't want to be pregnant in the summer and she wanted another sign. So what is deeply involved as a kid who were sort of born into kind of program? I was supposed to be, I was do as an Aries though, so she so she was like, freaked. My brother is do as a gem, but then we met in the tourist middle, but then so it was new, the basics traits of my sons. I always knew as a tourist. And then mainly the podcast helped me learn more about. I knew a lot about the other planets, but not really a much about how they weren't other signs besides my own. Like I knew a lot about my chart and I could look at that and be like, okay, this this mercury, my placement means this. But when you have to meet other people, it's such a good. And we've talked about this in our podcast such a good science if you do it in a social science perspective, injustice, more people in like a very, like Kinsey without the fuck. Fucking sort of. Sort of just keep an Kodaly adding to your list. And how do you. Let me see your genitals. Perfect Scorpio follow on the internet. But like right now we are definitely in astrology, boom. It is definitely alone up, and I don't think maybe partially because like we're in a female boom or waitress female. It'd be doing better about that. So I think when astrology comes up, no one's going to shit all over it. I mean, no person would openly people do short. Definitely still do. People should on everything they should on Star Wars because it's like it ruined it for them. But it's a fucking kids movie and he's a forty year old men who were. People are fucked. Themselves to too much stuff, but about going back to show..
"kodaly" Discussed on Bon Appetit Foodcast
"And then I'm like, well, wait, I have this all written down. I'm just gonna, you know. And it's been nice to like my my wife who has a regular job is she's a great cook, but she doesn't. You know, I'm the one who gets home earlier. I'm the one usually working on something, so I usually do dinner, but she's been able to cook from the book, the things that we all love. And that's been really nice. And you know somebody, I think like, oh, maybe my kids will I hate cooking with them. Now, you know, it's terrible. You know, at some point, they'll like, yeah, of this guide to these. I remember that moment was you know, when I got into my first off campus apartment in college and I wasn't one of those people who who felt the need to cook elbow to elbow with my mom. My mom's an incredible cook, but growing up, I never felt the need to go join her at the stove. 'cause I was like, she's got, she's got. Everything is going great. Yeah, she's my help. Right? And I, I like to cook, but it wasn't that thing of, you know, sort of learning everything until I got to college, and I was in this apartment and I was like, Sunday, you know, Sunday evening rolled around and I was like, we, how do I get pasta visually? What's happened? And that was when that's like one of my first written down recipes. Was that phone call to my mom? Yeah, you know, in a she had just said, like, here's my book. Yeah, right. You're gonna need and also, like I said, about pots and pans. Yeah, but it is. You know, that's like such a nice sort of thing to be able to have also teaching children to cook before they leave the house as as far as a sort of a life skill. You know, in addition to being able to do your laundry, cook yourself a meal. And I don't know, like I guess, basic hygiene, like these are things that like you need really need to know these things in as a parent is sort of on us to like minimum minimum like basis cover here. I love you probably have seen calpeda Nells. Yeah, twelve respite. Yeah, which is about teaching his sons to Kodaly, you know? And mine is like, you know, it's more subtle than that, but I do hope that someday, although I did a a little book trailer for the book and at the end of it, the video Ghafur like asked the kids like what their favorite things to eat were, and then they proceeded to list like a dozen things that aren't in the book. Sure. Like hot dogs, hot fudge sundaes. I was like, you know you guys, if everyone could please get on board here, like this is a family. For I used to bring home copies of bone up. I mean, I still do, but I remember there was a phase rose bringing home copies of the magazine, a lot in the first few years that I worked here now would bring home the new issue, and I would give it to my to my son who's now fourteen, but then was like nine. And I would say, like flip through this and like pick out, you know any dishes that look good to you to eat and like we'll put them on the like dinner roster and every time I did it inevitably, he would choose the lake. Whatever was on like the Philadelphia cream cheese. Like does. Does that it would have like beautiful like wept thing, and it'd be like, that's an ad who's like, okay. And then like flip a few more pages and it would be like the, you know, whatever the other craft leg that's MAC and cheese. I was like, that's an and he was like, okay, before I go any further, could you just tell me how I'm supposed to know which to look at? And I was like, right. So the ones that are ads are usually going to have a picture of a thing that you buy in the supermarket. And the other one's won't have that on the same page who was like, got. Here's a new set of posted notes. Yeah, start over start over. So you said something earlier that I want to go back to about leaning like knowing when to lean out?.
"kodaly" Discussed on KNSS
"Bathroom over seventy Cayenne s s this broadcast is authorized under the rights granted. But the Kansas City Chiefs football club, solely for the entertainment of our listening audience, any publication rebroadcast or any use of the descriptions and accounts of this game without the express written consent of Casey F, X radio is strictly grow. Wow. A memorable Monday night victory. The chiefs were down twenty three to thirteen in the fourth quarter. And then Patrick Mahomes had his best game again three hundred four yards net. Passing the first time in thirty eight games. The Broncos had given up that total. But it was overcoming. All odds. Fourth-down second in thirty throwing a left handed pass third and five in Mahomes only at one touchdown pass in this game. Was that was to Kelsey for two yard was able to engineer back-to-back touchdown drives in the chiefs. Get a victory over the Broncos twenty seven to twenty three. I can't think that people I'm going to name here to noth- tonight this game four hundred of there's so many tributes. It was hard. I talked about eliminating distractions. Are you kidding? I was fighting back tears all night and executive producer. Dan, Israel made this a night to remember. And then wet more in John Taylor. Travis Slinger Eric towns and these guys are great teammates. Unbelievable teammates. Bobby and Krista. Patrick, Derrick Nestor Kodaly Scarborough Rene Drik. Derek Nelson tonight was unbelievable on stats. Tom Rosberg the spotter to share this experience tonight with special then their studio engineer, Ken, Cox, rich mcardle, Minnesota Seda. Jay Johnson w Roberts, Brian gooky. Dennis ever saw, Dan McLintock, and Cumulus vice president Donald Baker. A courageous lady Joan of arc a cancer survivor. And of course, our entire Cumulus family works every week to help assemble this award winning broadcast tomorrow night. It will be the high be market grill on three fifty highway. In Ray town, and our guests will be long snapper, James Winchester, we'll talk to him about the night that the chiefs had here a night that won't soon forgotten on a Monday night Mahomes, Monday night, magic final score chiefs. Twenty-seven Broncos Twenty-three frontier broadcast crew, I Mitchell alters thanks for listening on the chiefs, FOX football radio network..
"kodaly" Discussed on 710 WOR
"Point you've got pancreas cancer you don't even know about the. Markers okay if you don't have. A thermometer outside how do. You talk about the temperature okay. Okay so you've got markers, and you don't know what. They are you gotta come into my office we're gonna talk. About it I'm going to look. At it if we? Don't have markers I'm gonna get the markers I'm gonna. Find them and I'm might explain In. This all to you. And you needed, explain you wanna stay at. That place you can stay at that place you wanna come with us you. Can come with us you both you're? The. President of your. Body you're the Queen. Of England of your body joint base. One. On delay what you're the boss don't, you understand that you're the boss not? Them. You. Are the boss I'm not a clinician well you Fran you. Have to decide no one's gonna. Decide for you if you're. Gonna have doctors deciding for you. You're not gonna get the, best treatment you have to. Sit and listen and understand what you have Toby Teach you and you've been there five months knows even taught you about the markers what's going on over? There I would be pretty. Angry you have you got any of the? Paperwork have you got any of the? Markers have you got any of the? Images have you had the? CDs I don't think they've given you. Anything I think you're functioning Kodaly in the. Dark I had a report of my bring the reports, brand the, reports bringing the cancer, markers and we're going to sit down and spend an hour or two and explain everything to you and then you're going to, decide, yes Dr Liederman I want your treatment or no doctor, later my don't want your, treatment but you're gonna get. Educate you're gonna get a medical school education in an hour. To. Okay if I cannot get this The report is don't worry about, that come, in we will get, it you're.
"kodaly" Discussed on Rose Pricks: A Bachelor Roast
"What's going on. There on the on the sealant I know you see? 'cause he keeps staring at it in case we got like twenty pictures of your eyeballs. Looking at looking at, you look at weird. He's really he. He really is doing this weird like we know character. All of a sudden. A little bit by the end of this episode like he can't even make it one episode trying to be a nice person which I love. So then t is like, well, he seems cool so far, but I feel like there's going to be someone bad or. Yeah, when there's not everyone's ready for crystal, everyone's talking about it's crystal. Crystal gonna come, I she, she's horrible. You guys are gonna hate crystal, and then crystal comes down and suddenly she's a different person. She's like, hi guys. What she's like, hey, hi. How are you. I don't think so. I mean, they point that the is why she tell him that Nash. She suddenly talks different, but then she immediately goes back into, okay, like she goes back into, but her voice is much lower for this first part of the show she starts, she, I, I really feel like she is some weird sociopath where she was Kodaly doing a thing, and then she's like, hey, how are you? I mean, she has. She still has a little bit of it, but she's like the bachelor was really stressful. So I wrote down here before we even got to sing at I wrote, she's talking to completely normal voice will. This girl is one of those girls to run down the stairs to like she starts running down the stairs. Wildly. Okay. And then she goes, oh my God. Oh my God. Get someone making you run down the stairs. Just come down. Ready. Crystal. Oh, she's completely out of remind Viviana 's did the honest like how are you? And she goes, I'm good. I'm good..
"kodaly" Discussed on The Cycling Podcast
"Yes are they the two mountain stages next week don't they mountain state media mountain stage eighty so aetna's first big show battleground and of course i guess everyone in the race is is realizing that last year if they were expecting to shake off tom to moulin eventually the way they can't make that same mistake to is running i mean they know he if they don't shake him a tool on that they know he's going to be good for the next two big summit finishes and then mashed into the third week i mean that was surely be playing on people's more hedwig not withstanding i think we said at the time even lost year on that no that it was a missed opportunity in the climbers might come to rue missed opportunity and i think they did also ultimately well that's still a couple of days away we will well we've had quite an extraordinary day really i mean our problems really we don't we don't burden the listeners with with that but it's been a challenging day has engine walker about the worrying about selfo place this lease as you said tough old place where we're into sometime in seen even of one of the worst earthquakes in italian history in nineteen sixty eight hundred fiftieth anniversary of that so the crossing some fairly interesting rugged terrain we're going to mafia heartland not too far from kodaly on that famous of godfather infamy i mean you're you're you're making me anxious already i mean you've been there if you're hours wait till we get to collaborate well let's see what tomorrow state has in store as i mentioned kilometers era ill gabled e talking about the the jared italia's bible that will be out in the morning if you've not let listened to the fringe of the podcast episodes of kilometer were the first one was of range of us on weekend in israel and the jiro decision to start the race in israel kilometers heroes available friends of the podcast sign up at the cycling cost dot com forward slash friends it's fifteen pounds and you get all of the episodes of kilometers era but you also get a whole host of other feature length episodes the most recent of which was the search for the pink.
"kodaly" Discussed on The 11th Hour with Brian Williams
"Brian the crowd here is slowly dwindling mayor still waiting for connor lamb to come on the sage one of his supporters came up and said that he wanted to thank them but then he wasn't ready to do anything where the other asked them all stay foot rexecode as you saw already spoke to the crowd they're said hey you gotta get home for the evening but so far we have not yet from conroy lamb that has not stopped the democratic congressional campaign committee from already declaring victory and calling tonight's results terrifying core republicans the nra cc that republican arm has essentially said the opposite they are digging in looking to count every legal vote as they put it so we haven't seen in a ficials statement from connor lambs campaigns clearing victory or anything like that like i said we're still waiting for him to talk but again bryant as we were talking about before this is clearly something that shows democrats are in a much different position going into the midterm elections they were obviously in two thousand sixteen and that ends in suzanne gap i think seaport aqui might be able to make up for it all by himself if you just kind of bottled his enthusiasm might explain the gap here the democrats are experiencing in pennsylvania but we are seeing them here i asked us that in real time we saw it in the yard signs in kodaly driving around in this district and we hit on the fact that big big chunk of this suburban that's i think really where a lot of these races are going to be one in lost the state of pennsylvania broadly going to be critical in the fall but you know as much as republicans are going to try to spend this as closer than they told us they thought it was going to be at six o'clock tonight i this is really not great news for them at the end of the day casey hunt a veteran of the ap and a veteran on the ground political reporter who knows that yard signs are as measurable as any other indicator in a campaign a lot of the trump yard signs overwhelming the hillary yard signs in places that later.
"kodaly" Discussed on Motley Fool Money
"And let's start with his late wife susie because she is as much at the centre of this film as warren buffett is and i was thinking about the you hear often that well you can't really change who people are but after watching your film it's clear that she change warren buffett curious if you could share a couple of thoughts on the ways in which she changed him they 21 when they laid when they married hewitt nineteen and he with kodaly fixated on his work and uh that he was all brain and no social skill he had a very hard time uh get getting along with with with with kind of the regular things like she was all heart and i think she she said warren was my first patient and i wanted to help him become kind of a more wellrounded human being and she just moulded him and helped him and taught him how how to respond to people had a trust people uh by the end of the film after after we've heard the story of a suzy buffeted mourn uh he says a he'd never would have been able to to uh be as successful as he was without suzy that she she was the reason berkshire hathaway has become what it's become so she he gets her as much credit as he gives himself and i think that's one of the reasons warren is pleased with the film is i don't think that's really come out before i think i think people have loaded him with credit and he he's always known that suzy deserves a good part of it.