35 Burst results for "Lally"
"lally" Discussed on Something Rhymes with Purple
"I think do lalli is a an indian origin where my father always loved the word do lalli and he used to say came from a place but is that possible. Somebody who is due loudly means there little bit. The the mind's gone a little bit little bit odd if you do. What is the origin of duly well. At the height of the crown rule in india the british chummy established a military base. It's sanatorium actually in de lally which was northeast of bombay the time which also doubled as a transit camp at this transit camp soldiers would obviously await their boat homes that was both the condom medical center but also a place where soldiers would would wait and boats would only leave really between the months of november and march because if the weather and too many waited for months months months under either the scorching sun indian son or the damages of aspects of the monsoon season and they were board. They were restless and say they were described as going dearly tap so they pronounced it delaney because as we have covered so often poeple as british english speakers. We're not the best pricing foreign words that we kind of mongol a little bit and they come out slightly different. Say do lally diversion deal. Lally and tap was an. Ooh do what you do. Bring another incredibly influential. Language from india was the word for Was fever radio. Malarial fever to do lally tap was the dearly fever from the board in the is when you went to slightly crazy from waiting for so long it was like camp. Fever and the tap scene dropped and lally faa denali and zipped over from subsidies line into mainstream ingush. So it wasn't place do lalli. Extreme lost loved that one..
"lally" Discussed on The Mad Mamluks
"Up with history channel to record all the events that are happening this and bring like real life physicists and stuff like that to study these events so supernatural events that are taking place document documenting if we videotaping it then trying to find a logical explanation for by using natural sciences. Exactly and so they get like Whether balloons over there they get all kinds of different things. Because it's crazy and you. Can you imagine a walking around nighttime in the dark poop. Just tell all that alarmed thing having efforts in the cameras through yeah but anyways so this each each see i saw the first season it was like ten episodes right and we'll start off over a year ago. Okay so there's there's still at the right now by the way so so and is it open for visitors nano close classified only owner only allows because people do stupid stuff and they get hurt and even their own employees are getting hurt by doing certain types of activities. That they didn't know was okay to do One of the things is like digging like you should dig anything over there likes. You will get hurt. Wind thing will happen. They don't know and that's the thing like they don't have any scientific explanation for anything. Wait hurt meaning like what you spend your back of some polling. Caretakers his head. His scalp was separating from his skull with active. And oh i don't know like an and while they're walking around having all this by the way video footage like this is not fake. You're seeing iphone dislikes spinning up around. Like you're seeing the screen just going crazy all kinds of activities all recorded. One of them was like some orb that they sent a weather balloons. They kind of triangulate. Where all these activities. And then they sent all they like. Well there's nothing underground that we can or can't dig underground because the the rules were that you can't dig because once you dig you get people before you get there. Have they tried to infrared scanning down below. Yeah nothing came come up on a huge object that that's there and they don't order this and they can't even the drills are breaking like high industrial lally drilled search breaking. Maybe they found the breaking but they can penetrate the dabbled lower to. That's pretty crazy you you about this year really excited so didn't so they're capturing on video. It was like hairy thing to see this org. That's in the sky. It.
"lally" Discussed on Her CEO Journey™: The Business Finance Podcast for Mission-Driven Women Entrepreneurs
"Assets as part of our program at the very beginning of this conversation you even mention the company that you work for in the past you went to the bank to bank is looking something like land or something like building but be itself is actually an asset when i think about ib back financing. The first thing that came to mind is actually getting a loan from a bbc. Or at four i be back financing and use that i see the value of that. Ip to back the loan. That's what i'm thinking. But is there like other high of ip back financing. So i'd be backed financing. Say first of all it's very new phenomenon. There are still a lot of different this new business models that are coming out in sort of this more general way of doing things. So i'd say every month there's probably a new twist on how. Ip back financing is done and there are different different companies different lenders different funds that all do some form of ip back financing added core. And to what you said. Which is i'd say pretty much bang on. It's a form of financing where you're attributing value to the intangible assets of the company and using it to make your investment decision now. The way we do it at the bbc is that we analyzed and value companies patent portfolio and that analysis and valuation discipline or exercise allows us to generate insights on really understanding the uniqueness of the company. How it's differentiated how they've created a moat or how they protected their business model and in the case of debt. What could be possible. Collateral value other people folio or in the case of let's say an equity financing. How does their ip actually drive the evaluation of the company in different other countries and in different sort of areas. There may be other ways in which other capital providers provide. ip backed financing are. What they call more growth oriented view. Were providing working capital to help grow accompany. There are some other. Ip financing fine sitter more. Call royalty base. This happens a lot in the pharmaceutical industry. Where they're doing the drug royalties ascetic example. So there they are looking at the patterns of life. Sciences company understanding what the likelihood of their recurring cash flows to be and how long these patents are valid for than understanding what the sort of the royalty revenue stream would be going forward another type that we see. A lot is also mitigation finance. So this is one wherein companies are actually able to borrow in especially companies that have a lot. A large patent portfolio are able to borrow money so that they can mitigate and claim infringement on other companies. And what happens. Is that that. Money's put to use to actually find the litigation proceedings and then at the end if the company ends up winning in the form of damages or a settlement from the other company that they're doing than they used that to essentially pay off obligation finance. So there's a lot a lot of different business models and it. It's it's going to be very important for a company to understand which kind of ip backed financing model. They want to use for what they're trying to achieve. Because it's an asset there's gotta be value assigned to that asset. This is where. I had seen struggles because my past career i was in mining and in gold mining. Sometimes we have this big property and then we would be saying. Here's how much goal that we can take out from that property and then based on the market price of the gold right now. This is the value of the property in a big picture. Now i'm assuming that intellectual property is something smell similar. But i'm really curious like how do you value intellectual property so it's good that you told me i didn't realize they started her career and mining so that that's a very actually very good analogy because there's a lot of unknowns when it comes to intellectual property and i'd say let's focus really on patents because that's what we do and that's the kind of valuation that we conduct so in the case of patents for civil patents are time limited so there's only about twenty year period in which you can hold a patent. I'm making it very sort of simplistic here. The second thing too is that it's a very opaque market. There's no sort of stock exchange where you know how many patents are being sold involved in whatever price in some cases where there is probably a public market transactions. We're a public. Company may have acquired another public company or private company invaded clare with value. Ish and maybe you can get some sense but it's for for the most part. A lot of these happened buying or selling transactions. They don't get reported and so it's really very difficult to understand. What is the value. A patent portfolio the sort of evaluation disciplined does use three types of methods which are generic methods for valuing assets and their what they call the cost base method which is trying to understand how much it's going to cost for someone to create that patented technology authentic sample. The second method is the income based methods and within that method. There are different ways of doing it. But it's essentially very similar to to what you did in the mining industry which is looking at whatever the future cash flows of a particular asset could be and then the third method is what we call the market method. Which is trying to understand what has been the transaction price of very.
"lally" Discussed on Her CEO Journey™: The Business Finance Podcast for Mission-Driven Women Entrepreneurs
"What could be possible. Collateral value other people soglio or in the case of. Let's say an equity financing. How does their i. Iep actually drive evaluation on the company in different other countries and in different sort of areas. There may be other ways in which other capital providers provide ip financing. Ours is what they call more oriented view were providing working capital to help grow company. Let's say you are a founder of a growth stage company with view intellectual properties. And you have been thinking what is the value of all of this intellectual property or ip and is there any commercial lender. That would be willing to finance your business based on your ip portfolio. If you have been thinking about this then this particular episode is for you. three days. Episode is the ford episode of the intellectual property podcast series over the last few weeks starting with episode one twenty eight we share with you the different types of intellectual properties to stab you need in creating. Ib strategy how to protect this asset and a journey of female founders who is ended trenches in building her ip strategy to get financing. Now it's time for us to share with you. How exactly leverage those ip strategy and cash in your ideas the grow your business to the next level. Today's gas is lally. Roman tila la. She is the managing partner at bbc. Capital located in toronto canada. Lally is an expert in icy back financing. And she believed i be rich. Companies have a unique portfolio global customer base and strength to survive an economic downturn together with her theme. They put in the time to go very deep into understanding and appreciating business. Ip and intangible asset and they provide the right back financing for growth stage businesses in this episode lalli shares among others the possible type of ip back financing out there the process the value an ip portfolio that type of ib back financing that btc capital provide the growth stage companies within canada and outside canada and do benefit of scenario analysis in any financing deals. If you are not located in canada don't jump through the conclusion that this episode is not relevant to you because this type of lending structure is not specific to canada. You may find an alternate those commercial lender within your region so take the time to listen until the end because this episode will provide you useful tips when you approach an alternate of commercial lenders. You will be able to ask the right questions. You're listening to her journey. The business finance podcast for mission driven women entrepreneurs. I'm your host christina. Shelly if you are new here a warm welcome if we are not connected on lengthen. Please reach out. Nc high. because that's where i hang out and share my business finance steps if you have been listening to this podcast for a while and you are a regular listener. I want you to know. I appreciate you. My podcast won't be around without your support. This is a free weekly show. Where my guests and i want to inspires you to balance between mission and profit to create an impact in this world and to achieve financial equality. Truly your business. For good scenario analysis is one of those tools that every founder should have within their business. Especially if you are looking for debt financing and we've talk about it inside this episode. It is one of those financial tools where you can assess financial strength and agility however before you can get to scenario analysis you need to build the foundation and the foundation is about forward looking view of your financial result. What we call financial forecasting. If you are at a stage where you realize. You need to build a robust financial forecasts. But don't don't wear to start. We have a solution to your problem. Download the forecasting guy. We have created for you and start creating a better and improve financial forecasts. You can find the link to this guy in the show notes. Let's say out there using the guy you'd think This guide helps. But i think it is better if i focus my time on doing what i really love which is building and growing my business. I know business. Finance is important. But i don't love it. That's when we are here to partner with you. We understand building. A proper and robust. Financial forecast takes time accountability. Curiosity and passion for your business. Come back with us at christina. Shali dot com forward slash shot. Now let's find out lollies you journey lally ramaala. Welcome to her ceo journey. It's a pleasure to have you here today. Oh it's my pleasure to be here today. Thank you very much for inviting me before. We dive into what is intellectual property back financing. Let's start with your journey. I that leads you to becoming an expert in ap financing and now. you are managing partner with bbc. Surely while this is definitely something that i would consider a very nontraditional pass. I started my career on really what the operating side of the business. I'm a two-decade veteran of technology media and telecoms sector primarily working as a senior finance head or cfo of startup scale ups and multinational companies in about space in those two decades. I saw a lot of inefficiency in the market and i witnessed firsthand the difficulty of how it is to raise debt financing especially when you're dealing with very ip rich companies very commonly. I would go to my banker banker. I'd asked her alone by banker would say well lalli. You've got all these losses lalli. You don't have any hard assets. You don't have a lot of inventory. Don't have a building you don't have any land. You have very little in in the form of accounts receivables in so it's very difficult for.
A Tour of Turkish Markets
"Joined by turkish tour. Guide lally sermon iran. Bali thank you for inviting gets a pleasure now first of all when we're in the town of konia i know from my experience taking groups around people get a little bit like an anxious. It seems a little more conservative. Women are more covered up into town like this described the atmosphere in cornea compared to a place like izmir or ankara. Well as you just put into words. It's little bit more conservative. But what's attract people's attention is not the conservatives off the town being a conservative is not a bad thing. It's just the personal understanding of how you want to practice your life and your religion. The reason i'm saying is that muslim women prefer if they are developed. They prefer to cover up but in different religions. People don't or may or may not need to show their face with what they wear because there's a visual aspect to it. It attracts attention. Otherwise cornea is not any different than any more conservative city anywhere in the world. Okay so different Groups in different religions will have their women wearing hats and their men wearing beers visual indicator. Then you to said if there was not you would not notice. A life is not different in konya than anywhere else in turkey. It's just men have more beards and women have more scarfs. That's okay we're going to go to the market now when you step into a market like anywhere. It's sort of a cultural scavenger hunt and you have a chance to learn about the culture from the market if you were going to take one of our listeners into the marketing konia. What are some of the things you would see. That would give you a better understanding own loved the marketing. First of all. What i love is that it's was a market two thousand years ago. One thousand five hundred years ago one thousand years ago five hundred years ago and today it's still at the same place in the same layout and more or less. Probably the items carried in the market are the same.
"lally" Discussed on KHVH 830AM
"Mm hmm. Two. And the space means Get husband catching down things I'm movie so fast. Oh, don't time And you just he selfie space. Young woman leave. Mm. Okay. Mm. Say down and guilty. Leave your stride. Never mind, Angel. We'll soon be here. Take it from me. Someday we love Be free. Yeah. King again. Oh, Oh, your head. No name country find out to the sky O can say hang your greatest song. And you'll keep going cross. Oh, no. Oh, take me from me someday. Steve Free. Yeah. Oh, said. Just wait is C long day. We love belief for you, so just keep walk in. Hey, you taking from me? Some. Oh, some day. Yes. Oh, you say Sir. Oh oh, day. Oh, you're you're you, you, you and me He's going to be Oh, yeah. Oh, yeah, yeah. Yeah. So I wanna you go. We're gonna We gotta we're gonna before E Health. Oh, Oh! Oh, Well, I think the program's over That is one of my favorite covers long she's ever done. Yeah. Yeah. He was only 20 when she did that unreal, unreal. Oh, Takes back to The time..
Why Does Alexa Not Hear Me?
"This question is for kathy williams manly and she says okay. This will probably seem like a silly question. But what the heck. When i have my music playing on my lexi loud have to scream to get it to respond to my stop command. Anyone else and we had a lot of people that i commented on this and i'll go through some of these answers The first one is Jamie says One of his. And it's infuriating. So i hope someone does find an answer to that and a couple of other people also chimed said. Yeah they notice that too Here's what i think is going on and I tend to agree with this answering. This is from lawley may doodle and Lally says. I really think the problem is lexi. Can't hear you over the volume of the music. I have the same problem. And i tend to agree with you. I think sometimes when the music is loud your voice gets blended in with that music. But here's a couple of other tips. Pete says Periodic periodically reboot your router and your echoes. Also waiting for a lull in the music can help As can emphasizing or lengthening the second syllable of your wake word as in l. an emphasizing. The part i don't actually say the word. Because i don't want to trigger your device so basically if you try to enunciate the wake word a little bit better with a slight pause after the wake word that can help. But i do think the time anyway. Not all the time but some time. It is simply the volume of music. So cathy i think those are the things that you need. Do try enunciating pausing. And just being aware that sums volume can affect the The response of
Israeli Airstrike in Gaza Destroys Building Housing Foreign Media
"As an Israeli airstrike levels of building in Gaza City that house the local offices of The Associated Press inside Gaza, a 13 story building that houses international media outlets. Was completely destroyed by the Israeli air force. The idea provided little evidence to support a claim that Hamas was operating from this location. All of this comes as earlier in the day we saw factions inside Gaza, targeting the second largest city in Israel. Tell Aviv multiple times. Mama says This was in retaliation to the overnight killing off 10 people, all from the same family. Eight of the dead are Children. Fox is Trey Yingst.
French Police Deploy Tear Gas on Protestors Supporting Palestinians in Paris
"Tear gas and water cannons. I'm Pam Puso Fox News. Both were deployed by riot police in Paris after pro Palestinian protesters defied a ban on marching demonstrations in other French cities were peaceful. Protesters also gathered in London, Berlin and the Netherlands following days of fierce fighting between Israel and the Palestinians.
First doses of COVID-19 vaccine administered at Houston’s Michael E. DeBakey VA Medical Center
"Houston's. Va medical center is now giving up the pfizer vaccine but one nurse told houston public media some of our colleagues. Don't plan to take it. Carlos lally gave a covid vaccine education workshop. Va nurses morning. I did ask everyone. Hey how you doing. It is pretty much the majority of the staff there. They have concern for the safety. That if it's affecting the safety of the vaccine is a lot of them are afraid to get the vaccine houston. Va received an initial shipment of three thousand doses for healthcare
"lally" Discussed on Bitcoin Radio
"What would you say to someone near people getting into the space. Just about volume. What you and your team are trying to do two things that you really focused on that you think are going to stay consistent no matter how much bitcoin goes up or how much people use it for. Those of you. Don't know lolly is a rewards company. We give people bitcoin when they shop online <hes>. We work with just over a thousand different merchants <hes>. To give people the easiest way to earn bitcoin when they do something that they were already going to do. Which in our case shop so <hes>. Some things that are consistent. We're always going to be adding new merchants onto the platform giving people a wider range <hes>. You know things like things are gonna get easier. The more merchants we have to earn more bitcoin <hes>. In a we some things that i think that people are going to expect in the future <hes>. more merchants <hes>. Easier functionality across web and mobile. Not we've been primarily web bogus <hes>. Because that's where the majority of <hes> of online shopping occurs and the biggest purchases biggest. Gmv purchases happen there. So people can earn a far more on web than they can on on mobile in most cases so <hes>. I think things do expect would be like the mobile app <hes>. Rollout things like easier. Search easier functionality. That just lets you earn and more places. I'm a big user. Lally myself and what. I was talking to you a little bit about before this. I think that with the incentive like this it really does even change some ecommerce business models because i would you say you're able to talk to some of your retail partners. You know are they. Are they more partnering with you. Because they don't have the knowledge of the actual infrastructure to build that reward system itself or is it more so that you know you all have worked hard to make that <hes>. User experience so seemless users are consumers are actually motivated to shop at particular place <hes>. Because of the end reward that they're getting right. It's like if you have to shoe companies per se and one of them doesn't have lawley and the other one uses some other type of merchant you know. Would he be able to tell me anything about that. Like are you able to see that on your platform. Even some data that you can show to people saying that this does actually motivate consumers to to buy this particular product per se a because of bitcoin. Yeah so <hes>. A little bit of background. But just i you know how we got here and why why this model works so basically the way. The model works is we partner with these merchants. The merchants are giving us they pay us when our user shop their sites so it's like incentive marketing loyalty marketing. They they want to attract new shoppers. So a little bit of backstory like our team had built the company previously called cosmic <hes>. We built the leading ecommerce gateway a later became known as the buy button <hes>. That was popularized is like giving people bill by the wear and he gave -mergency ability to sell anywhere so we worked with hundreds of later days thousands of different merchants <hes> and ultimately were acquired by our biggest <hes>. <hes> customer which pot sugar to come to power one point two billion retail revenue and we were acquired again by rocketing ten which is the biggest cashback company in the us in many parts of the world so <hes>. We have really understand like you know what these merchants actually want. What what what this relationship means for them through a cashback model we then after. We parted ways with iraq and we started to look at. What's the bigger problem. What do we want to solve next and we kept looking looking at. Bitcoin is an incredible way for people to have access to their money to truly own their money <hes>. See bitcoin is being the best money in the world <hes>. and money really hasn't been invented. Reinvented in a long time. Hasn't been innovated on. It's been sitting on these like archaic so big point just sort of disrupted money overnight and <hes>. And and yet so few people were able to get it so we wanted to change <hes>. How people adopted bitcoin and we know that less than one percent of the world would consider themselves investors and currently the only way to for us. The only way to really get into bitcoin was through investing in it or mining it so fewer people are are minors in the heart investors. And and. so what you're left with is like if you're only building a company that or technology that less than one percent of people will ever adopt you have to break through. You have think bigger so we were looking at rocketing. We're looking at rewards. We're seeing hundreds of millions of people all across the world that we're familiar with cashback rewards and we're like everybody shops everybody you know. Sh swipe their card and in earns money <hes>. They're totally used to that. So how do you make it way easier. And so we're like way bigger market <hes>. Let's let's create law this lawley. In order to distribute bitcoin to more people way easier and then start to teach about the principles of investing in mining through found money through rewards. so <hes>. yeah. I you know we. We launched lawley and we'd had success so far in bringing bitcoin to the masses.
Alex Adelman From Lolli: Bitcoin For Everyone
"What would you say to someone near people getting into the space. Just about volume. What you and your team are trying to do two things that you really focused on that you think are going to stay consistent no matter how much bitcoin goes up or how much people use it for. Those of you. Don't know lolly is a rewards company. We give people bitcoin when they shop online We work with just over a thousand different merchants To give people the easiest way to earn bitcoin when they do something that they were already going to do. Which in our case shop so Some things that are consistent. We're always going to be adding new merchants onto the platform giving people a wider range You know things like things are gonna get easier. The more merchants we have to earn more bitcoin In a we some things that i think that people are going to expect in the future more merchants Easier functionality across web and mobile. Not we've been primarily web bogus Because that's where the majority of of online shopping occurs and the biggest purchases biggest. Gmv purchases happen there. So people can earn a far more on web than they can on on mobile in most cases so I think things do expect would be like the mobile app Rollout things like easier. Search easier functionality. That just lets you earn and more places. I'm a big user. Lally myself and what. I was talking to you a little bit about before this. I think that with the incentive like this it really does even change some ecommerce business models because i would you say you're able to talk to some of your retail partners. You know are they. Are they more partnering with you. Because they don't have the knowledge of the actual infrastructure to build that reward system itself or is it more so that you know you all have worked hard to make that User experience so seemless users are consumers are actually motivated to shop at particular place Because of the end reward that they're getting right. It's like if you have to shoe companies per se and one of them doesn't have lawley and the other one uses some other type of merchant you know. Would he be able to tell me anything about that. Like are you able to see that on your platform. Even some data that you can show to people saying that this does actually motivate consumers to to buy this particular product per se a because of bitcoin. Yeah so A little bit of background. But just i you know how we got here and why why this model works so basically the way. The model works is we partner with these merchants. The merchants are giving us they pay us when our user shop their sites so it's like incentive marketing loyalty marketing. They they want to attract new shoppers. So a little bit of backstory like our team had built the company previously called cosmic We built the leading ecommerce gateway a later became known as the buy button That was popularized is like giving people bill by the wear and he gave -mergency ability to sell anywhere so we worked with hundreds of later days thousands of different merchants and ultimately were acquired by our biggest customer which pot sugar to come to power one point two billion retail revenue and we were acquired again by rocketing ten which is the biggest cashback company in the us in many parts of the world so We have really understand like you know what these merchants actually want. What what what this relationship means for them through a cashback model we then after. We parted ways with iraq and we started to look at. What's the bigger problem. What do we want to solve next and we kept looking looking at. Bitcoin is an incredible way for people to have access to their money to truly own their money See bitcoin is being the best money in the world and money really hasn't been invented. Reinvented in a long time. Hasn't been innovated on. It's been sitting on these like archaic so big point just sort of disrupted money overnight and And and yet so few people were able to get it so we wanted to change How people adopted bitcoin and we know that less than one percent of the world would consider themselves investors and currently the only way to for us. The only way to really get into bitcoin was through investing in it or mining it so fewer people are are minors in the heart investors. And and. so what you're left with is like if you're only building a company that or technology that less than one percent of people will ever adopt you have to break through. You have think bigger so we were looking at rocketing. We're looking at rewards. We're seeing hundreds of millions of people all across the world that we're familiar with cashback rewards and we're like everybody shops everybody you know. Sh swipe their card and in earns money They're totally used to that. So how do you make it way easier. And so we're like way bigger market Let's let's create law this lawley. In order to distribute bitcoin to more people way easier and then start to teach about the principles of investing in mining through found money through rewards. so yeah. I you know we. We launched lawley and we'd had success so far in bringing bitcoin to the masses.
"lally" Discussed on Bitcoin Radio
"A lot of people anticipated. But i think a lot more people are getting used to shopping align search shopping online. What would you say to the people out there just to try to understand molly itself a bit. I think many people don't really understand the concept of being rewarded in something other than rewards points which are mainly a status. What would you say to someone near people getting into the space. Just about volume. What you and your team are trying to do two things that you really focused on that you think are going to stay consistent no matter how much bitcoin goes up or how much people use it for. Those of you. Don't know lolly is a rewards company. We give people bitcoin when they shop online We work with just over a thousand different merchants To give people the easiest way to earn bitcoin when they do something that they were already going to do. Which in our case shop so Some things that are consistent. We're always going to be adding new merchants onto the platform giving people a wider range You know things like things are gonna get easier. The more merchants we have to earn more bitcoin In a we some things that i think that people are going to expect in the future more merchants Easier functionality across web and mobile. Not we've been primarily web bogus Because that's where the majority of of online shopping occurs and the biggest purchases biggest. Gmv purchases happen there. So people can earn a far more on web than they can on on mobile in most cases so I think things do expect would be like the mobile app Rollout things like easier. Search easier functionality. That just lets you earn and more places. I'm a big user. Lally myself and what. I was talking to you a little bit about before this. I think that with the incentive like this it really does even change some ecommerce business models because i would you say you're able to talk to some of your retail partners. You know are they. Are they more partnering with you. Because they don't have the knowledge of the actual infrastructure to build that reward system itself or is it more so that you know you all have worked hard to make that User experience so seemless users are consumers are actually motivated to shop at particular place Because of the end reward that they're getting right. It's like if you have to shoe companies per se and one of them doesn't have lawley and the other one uses some other type of merchant you know. Would he be able to tell me anything about that. Like are you able to see that on your platform. Even some data that you can show to people saying that this does actually motivate consumers to to buy this particular product per se a because of bitcoin. Yeah so A little bit of background. But just i you know how we got here and why why this model works so basically the way..
The Walmart Haul
"First Up, we have a lot of warm products which hopefully remained warm. Before we try them first up. We have Kellogg's brand new waffles in fun flavors. I have to say, I was like freaking out we have two flavors to try today but there was a third flavor we didn't get that was super cute. The flavors were trying our Unicorn which tastes like cotton candy and birthday cake, which is yellow cake with rainbow. Sprinkles. These are not only available at Walmart. They're also at target Safeway and more and what I noticed about these is that they're very large large like the size of rigging frozen waffles do smell amazing they really do. And I, also GONNA say usually frozen waffles tastes the same I have high hopes for these I think these are gonna be different. What are you trying I? What's the Yellow One? Is What the Unicorn? Birthday. Look it looks like a birthday. Okay. Let's go birthday cake. Okay. That tastes like a birthday cake. These are really moist. They taste like cake. That's really good and the stats are really not bad hundred and thirty calories per waffle two and a half grams of fat five smart points. But I want to say one thing like these are not I feel like in the past like four or five weeks, we've tried a lot of frozen waffles. And they're all the same even the ones who trader Joe's that are Pumpkin flavored. There's something about this waffle. That's a little special do agree. Yeah. Definitely, and I was just noticing that you don't need butter or Maple Syrup on that. I mean this is just fine by itself. You know I totally grandma try the Unicorn cotton catches interesting because they have such perfectly deep wells. What do you call those nooks and crannies? what do you call in English mapping it is. Yeah. Waffle House. Yeah. They're really Nice deep-sea coach and a lot of Sierra remade ours pacman. Oh cute wait. What are the little dots in this one? Sheri's berries I think right and cotton candy. I like the birthday cake more. Yes, that's amazing. These are amazing. Kellogg's makes eggo right. But these are not under the eggo brand I. Don't think are they know? They're not. So you don't have to leg that is really interesting for her. Nope you don't have to go your Lego Mike. Okay next we are trying this is a product that I find very exciting and unique foster farms. The chicken people they have a new product called bold bites. They're marketed as kids bowl by. So they're like you get these in the fridge section and they're small individually wrapped packs like pouches of chicken and they come in flavors we have Taco and pizza today and what I really love about these portion controlled. It's sort of like saying, Hey, kids you can snack on chicken like like from being I would just dump this pouch. It tastes good into super on top of a salad it's fifty calories worth-a-chicken. Looks Amazing what are we trying? Why did you get all the fun flavors like Taco, Pizza, I can't open. which WANNA restarting with them pastor, which can open pizza Jamie can open I. Don't have the strength. s these high in sodium. No. Not really right. Three clear to read the sodium for those of us who don't have our reading. It's three fifty, which is not terribly. No this is good. I would not say tastes like pizza but I would put this on a pizza at fifty calories worth. Let's see. We got spicy lally trion. That's good but I feel like it's a stretch to call at pizza. Wait I a little bit of like Italian seasoning. Okay. Yeah. No I like it I like the concept I like creative. Let's try the TACO. Just I'm impressed and it tastes like white meat chicken breast doesn't taste like unidentifiable parts of a chicken. TACO measure making tacos. That is excellent first of all. This is what I would do. I would take those new cauliflower Ortega Taco shells that they sent us same thing and I would just like loaded up and make a chicken Taco out of this. Don't goods while he? Put it over, put it over cauliflower rice and then scuba salsa. These? This is great. This particular flavor. Terrific I don't WanNa give any preliminary ratings but it will rate. Hi.
North Korea holds military parade with missiles
"White House officials are wondering if North Korea has developed a new missile, disappointing the response from a senior U. S official after seeing North Korea's display of a previously unseen intercontinental ballistic missile during a Saturday predawn parade marking the 75th anniversary of North Ri's ruling party that missile scene on a transporter vehicle with 11 Axl's. If operational, it would be one of the largest road mobile intercontinental ballistic missiles in the world. The US calling on North Korea to engage in further talks to quote achieve complete denuclearization.
Police: Florida Man Faces Voter Fraud Charges After Trying To Get Ballot For Dead Wife
"Ah Florida man who says he wanted to test the system is facing a voter fraud charge. Larry Wigan's a Braid and 10 is accused of trying to obtain a mail in ballot for his deceased wife. Elections officials contacted authorities after voter rolls showed his wife passed away two years ago. Resident, Trump has voiced opposition to mass mail in voting, claiming it will lead to massive fraud.
How Beauty Insider Tina Hedges Created LOLI, an Environmentally Sound Brand
"Career has taken her. From the perfume counter at macy's inside a conic brands like Christian Dior Estee Lauder Al. but after almost two decades beauty shetty personal crisis that inspired her to start lally beauty the I zero waste organic food grade approach beauty we talk about her a Pitney the one thing she asks every investor she meets with and why she is so committed to getting this, right. Teen almost two decades in the beauty industry and then you had both a health scare and day crisis of conscience. What happened I had spent about almost about to get decades or so traveling the world in pretty high powered marketing roles and innovation roles for big companies in the industry pretty much helping, decide and create all the products in women's beauty cabinets and. started. Simultaneously, I had this weird across section of I started having all these other immune issues and systemic allergies. A No physician could sort of pinpoint what was really triggering it as well as went through early menopause. And I was in my mid thirties and no underlying health conditions for that and I started to think about. All of the products have been applying to my body from head to toe for almost two decades and I started thinking about all those buildup of toxins and chemicals, and I realized that I had been polluting my own body and simultaneously. I had this consciousness of wow. Not only have I been pushing into the world products filled with all these chemicals and nasty since and and carcinogens endocrine disrupters all of this you know really scary stuff but on top of that were blending all of that in eighty to ninety five percent water because most of your skin hair and body products are literally water you're paying for water. And then wrapping all that in single use plastic and when the world is running out of water, it's one of our most precious resources when the boy to be more plastic in the ocean than fish by twenty, twenty five. None of this makes any sense to me or None of that made any sense to me a when I had this convergence of the crisis of health and crisis consciousness. Once you had that a home moment what was the first thing you did to sort of take that idea and start? Making it an actual reality. So I had already left the corporate world and I had gone into the start world. I launched a very successful. vegan sulfate free hair brand. Actually I was the first to use reality TV show on Bravo a show called blow out about a hairstylist in La and his hair salon. But because of us sort of uniquely understood, it was basically an hour long infomercial. We turned the industry on dime because prior to that I mean it was super early days of reality to be. We're talking like two, thousand, four it was America's biggest loser where for the straight guy blow out and the apprentice those were the reality shows that were on at that time and I realized wait a second. This is a show about a hairstylist. Want we show him developing his own brand? and. Don't have done that. So we were the first do that. And the purpose of going back to that stories I know how difficult it is. To start a business especially as a minority Hispanic female founder over the age of thirty. So I was really scared to start this and I. Just. Kept finding excuses left a brighter I'm going to consult or help this person with their brand, and it finally got the place at I was just sitting there and I realized. What do I have to lose? What's the worst thing that could happen? So I- self-financed and out of my upper side small studio apartment I launched a test of Lawley and so that was the beginning. Lawley is the world's first zero waste organic food grade approach to beauty. I want break each part of that down what does it mean to be Zero Waste We go to farms and fairtrade cops around the world, and we find parts of organic food that are being wasted or being thrown away in the process. So for example, our Plum Elixir, we work with a organic farm four generation owned in France that grows a very rare plummets called the end tape them and sa- tiniest considered like the fog or caviar of plums it's it's quite unique. It's extremely potent in antioxidants and vitamins and minerals, and when they make prune juice or pitted prunes, they were throwing away the colonel. And the Patriarch the father of this owner of the farm. About ten years ago said wait. We, press avocado oil from the pit of an avocado. We press all sorts of oils from pits Robin Doyle, why can't we press an oil and organic food grade oil from the pit of the plum? And he literally invented it like they're no one had ever had plum oil, and then he worked with the French bent to get it organic certified and recognized as a food ingredient, and then we started working with them and realized how powerful it was for skin hair
"lally" Discussed on Gurus of Comedy
"Where it originally comes. From kind of a form of drama parakeet. But we've been using it in work accommodate contacts and they're purists he would really disagree with us on maybe don't like that we're kind of focusing on the comedy elemental. Boss am it's been really interesting because the way it works is he going to space and it's very structured in terms of had the actors respond to the stories but you don't have time to sort of huddle or disclose between your south just have to play somebody in the audience will give you a story tiny like an anecdote advice whatever it is, and we've had different topics and with a great one for. Valentine's Day for example, where people told us like. Dating Nightmares on their body tinder stories and stuff answer they tell us the story is only just play them by. A part of that showing the person who story at as the situation from nuder characterised prespective. Roman an inanimate objects perspective or am messing with the time line or playing back something. Someone's sad with different intonation or different speeders. So think about the meaning changes Amazon.com be so can be so so funny but also vary insightful for the price so they can watch it and go oh, my boss never thought of it like that or when I hear what I said. Played back to me now I realize maybe the paying or when I see dot person spoke to me I now realize rude that was or a small life ousts Anglican play without on Stages Wahl unika somebody is not feeling very careful in a certain situation that will make the character small and meek and give them a strange way. So whenever it can all be really revealing the store under how much of the planning course you think fed into some of the techniques use their aim a lot of ice i. mean I think just cleaning in general just as has changed my. Whole approach to permits in in terms obviously putting the audience I and and I as a performer on there to give them something and if I'm not giving them something than on to stop or get off because it's a waste of everyone's time. So when you buy people's come to a shallow and whether it's Standup, geic or a music event or whatever it is, you're asking people to give time, which is one of the most valuable things up behalf. So even if you're tickets are are cheap, they often aren't on there often expansive totally like I completely agree with with artists getting paid. Making millions of part of that is you have to be good and you have to give them something to show for what I think of my favorite cleanse ever said if. If you're good at something never do for free. Yeah. What is true I people don't risk free if they've been some money, they respect that they invested in denies whereas paternal to a free event it's.
"lally" Discussed on Gurus of Comedy
"And actually for me, I did sell well for the whole course on I kinda own most avoided that moment of fair. Because just identity whether it was instinct or are just got lucky. But a lot of the still fi date in class really worked probably because it was terrified ammon with really scary and I was really vulnerable on it was very visible on people liked watching that like I remember those when I to bring in the best thing ever I brought in a piece of opera. Gun tuned into a Superhero on award as a cloak. GonNa turn into a witch award like a super model going Dan catwalk with the worst kind of tremble in my hands that I couldn't because I was nervous of ops failing and that's what made it. Funny. I was twenty day super super bowl character. You could see the fear which is like you know if you ever watch those at videos on. Youtube. supermodels like wobbling on their shoes and falling over, it's like it's contrasting image..
"lally" Discussed on Gurus of Comedy
"Don't have the same freedom anymore or we don't feel like we do to debate teams or to disagree with people on we're afraid it's GONNA. Come back and bite us in the ASS. If we if we do say something that later on, we're like Oh that was the best way to know that. Now I think another route of the clan or like that kind of comedy at the gesture kind of character is to allow people to to present or agree or disagree with that kind of behavior in front of an audience. Though. If you have like they did the court jester on they're they're making fun of the cane with Queen at their behavior or they're both me or something. For example, it's kind of an anarchist attitudes and a kind of doing a playful kind of teasing way within if if the monarch or the king sort of constraints that. I don't behave like a good way to behave. Then they've kind of made an agreement with the audience in the room that they're not going to behave like that anymore. Back three powerful as well. So it's interesting night when this time of where we can't perform live in front of audiences on, we can't. We can't have those kind of ingredients, agreements to people emmer streaming from sitting rooms, and still we're not really getting that feedback live from from people in space. That opportunity could be lost or or how we're going to recreate US online I. think that's a really interesting thing for me at the moment I think the feedback, very interested I do know a lot of comics are kind of like the material Winnington development because sometimes even just destructure with poor you know in you know just a feedback of small audience is all that that Word is works when I'm ready to show to unready you know and that's kind of its I. Suppose that is the. Any type of performance are actually kind of try things see what works to bring it back to bring it back. But yeah, you're right the. The thing now is I I find the feedbacks such available, quite poor. Your shaves noticing to avoid and it might be consumed, which is not getting good feedback until it's something terrible over getting. Warnings being canceled or something? Yeah. I mean it's like twenty paint blindfolded as opposed sometime. The've now idea how had it really works on Canvas open for Intel alive. In Way. So getting back to the county, of course, Judy..
"lally" Discussed on Gurus of Comedy
"So like an often like gats you the day off the class and you would just pick whatever in panic after bring something in. Had to use it in in a certain way, but it was just. A lot of it was kind of walk people thought would be funny or thought would be engaging are entertaining often ended up not being because your audience is more intelligent than you often give them credit for and they've already anticipated on of the possible things that you can do objects. Before you've done any of them I wanted I was just thinking recently but a book fight, Club. But there is a bit way he starts giving tasks to do go ahead and pick fights in the movie, but you're definitely seemed to be something in that movie about testing, society testing norms definitely send similar to that. Yes. huge part of allegany goes back free for years and years, and our first evidence of plans goes way back in. Greece Egypt. Comedy has always been part off the human experience on society as a whole elect clients heights really important at roles. You we all. We've all seen like gesture in court in movies Now, the Harlequin which comes from arlecchino which comes from designee inculcated day, which is like Italian starting theater got pantomine comes. It's been woven tour fighting for years and you're on the road of the clan really am is often to be satirical or to make phone off the people in power I'm allow us to question the people in power in in a kind of safeway yet because he is almost been given license or sanction to kind of safety things. A lot of stuff with canning hostage embarrassment on a on failure which I think as a society we've moved so far away from the ability or letting ourselves half the ability to fail 'em or to be embarrassed. I, think if you look at a lot of people fears in their day to day life the reason why most people avoid doing certain pains or they're anxious about certain things, it usually goes back to.
"lally" Discussed on Gurus of Comedy
"With the audience on just having that moment of actually being present and noticing the audience and what they're giving back to you is mighty powerful. It's crazy a contest fly that feeling on Raymond was was quite to a fight suppose as facilitator in that he would. He was constantly putting you back to that moment of authenticity. So as soon as you start to do something that was in authentic sell things that we do when we're performing better very obviously inauthentic are kind of habits or things that we do when we're nervous like talking quickly or trying to be. Funny to break the tension or cracking a joke or moving in a strange way or trying to pass the focused to someone else. So we can avoid everybody watching us. He would be really to offense I like you're not being truthful night go back to go back to this person or look at them or stop to stop doing. You're not being real just be there I think for a lot of people in the chorus on for me for me. Definitely it has been acting for such a long time and I'd be performing for such a long time high costs. I had this down and it was. Learning of 'em expose, it respects for the audience on actually really being with them on being very perceptive to bearing dormant of does a little bit with comedy like particularly silence in the room kind of feel like you're not getting the audience and a lot of people are afraid of us just keep rattling on and sometimes like some great guys I've seen no like silence is almost as powerful as talking used correctly. Of course, island is one of the most powerful to see how I think. The people who kind of can just stand there and just didn't take twenty seconds which some people. They are like drew masters of their craft just kind of know it works, but you know I think it probably try I've seen in business people and sciences negotiation technique whereas you say something and you let your guy, you don't say anything sometimes they talk themselves into what you.
"lally" Discussed on Gurus of Comedy
"Rachel is a model actress, Street Performer Arches, content creator, and most importantly podcast her podcast six four and a half dozen. The other is this is what is it zoom foremost you for four? Yet basically as locked in project we're for artists, I we. Were used to spending all of our evenings at each of these gigs. So when the lockdown happened, we were like a, what do we do now with our times? So am we were kind of calling into their anyway in having these kinds of crazy discussions we all like to note to debase, and we all have very different. Viewpoints on political opinions and leanings I suppose Sam we decided to turn it into a sort of. A podcast but also YouTube channel, sow. AM wearing six of one half dozen of the other on youtube if anyone feels like checking on basically just every week we talk abate from softball experiment coup everyone. And we goes burn. My. Tangent somewhere. Interesting because a lot of gigs and I was finding conversations we were having after two gigs over was actually more interesting for me than the Nice performing and I felt like, yeah, this is kind of something that's missing. You know that the might be interesting. Yeah I think that's often the way with creative people to know because they think you think I'm worth to buy some many different things and you've many levels of intelligence that you bring to your work that you often find people that means or you work with her perform with. United problem is really interesting conversations about each of his work on his ideas. Really, lockdown. Cut off the fossils. So see Rachel has come on to discuss a concepts but people might know or might not call planning. So people would know circus clans on Rodeo clans buzzer claiming itself is it's more. It's more Nablus Nasir just give assist background of how you came to what is yes. So obviously I've been acting for a very long time so. I would come into contact through acting workshops with my major experience GonNa talk about today is when I was on my master's program, my masters in theater between 'em anyway on the scale of acting part, of course, was to do some training with Raymond Keene as an amazing Irish crime on the courses called. Clan. And I went into this way as you have suggested this idea of the circus clown buffoon that kind of their Ronald McDonald idea of a clan and I should have known better 'cause actually theatre for so long both the chorus competely am completely changed my expectations and was very different to what I had expected it to be so..
Real Madrid win La Liga for 34th time
"Madrid are champions. Champions of Lollygag for a thirty four time this after they defeat be a real two to one. We're joined by Julian Iran and GAB MARCATTI JEWELS I'll start with you Real Madrid at the beginning of the restart. We said it was very likely they would have to win every single game to overtake Barcelona. They've done it and they've done it so easily clinched the league match still to be played. You're right and winds of ten, and there were two points behind boss, not when restarted Lalita. What six weeks ago, something and then they were just unstoppable. They may maybe not always the most. Pleasant towards attacking wise, but so efficient in both boxes so solid defensively. This is the best remedy defense for for the last thirty years, and that was always the plan from Sudan. Is Priority to win our league this season. He promised it. He delivered it and he did it in a very different way than the other titles before that club this this one was built on being very strong, defensively, being very well organized playing as a team and then relying on Wednesday march the goal. Benzene has been fantastic all season. And the defense has been fantastic or season to Wayne Gordon Veyron and says almost at the bag, the two full as well they've been. They've been pretty special I think and on these eleven heightened for eleven title in two hundred nine again. That's one i. told every Nineteen Games. He's putting credible down I don't believe you're all Madrid. Have trailed since the restart. How impressed with their? Performance. have been very good and I think even when people will flag up certain games where they got the rub of the green with with severe and whatnot by I agree with Jules, you look beyond that this is almost another level of around Madrid. It's almost as if when you think about it. The GALACTICO era is well and truly over in the sense that. Korean bedroom is tastic as he was he. He's an Galactico type as much as he is. A warrior hard hat tight you go through the team beaten hazard for most of the season Gareth Bale once again missing in action, other Michigan's on the bench. except for Tony Crows MoD modern as well off the bench a lot of the time we saw a lot of rotation. We saw a lot of grit. We saw a lot of efficiency we saw. I think aside of of Sedan, who previously was seen as just kind of like a a man manager, a guy who didn't necessarily get to involve not screw things up and just let the players play. We saw a guy who is actually very actively coaching when the injured guys came back. You've worked in back in and I. Think in some ways this might be the most satisfying. Of the of the titles that that's it down as one. Jewel so much has been made in recent days. Officials VR helping out Real Madrid even with your Barcelona ways. Will you discredit that argument here? Think, they were the best team all season really since the loss against my. Tober, I they. They've been on another level really in terms of. The results of course the way they were playing. Pretty much everything they did was almost perfect, and even with the pandemic and break they can by flying. As we said with those ten Wayne's, there were so well prepared far better prepare than boss or not folks up. What both fitness wise and tactically as well and I think Don deserves it off great. See Dan priority because he still feels that it doesn't get the credit deserves and what he did before in the past, lally, gainfully seventeen of research I'm visiting in a row that people never praised him enough really sort of our, but you've got Chris overnight. All you've got wet players and you've got a team that was winning before own that kind of stuff and I. Think this one for him will always be very special because he did it. Maybe as we sit in a very different way, but also him as a as a man as manager was very different, and the personal that you especially without Christianity was very different, and I think he will you take? I think far more prides in in many ways to of one this one especially considering that remedy warning since two thousand seventeen. The would always have a very special taste for him this one.
"lally" Discussed on Scott Ross Leadership
"Social Media Her Youtube Her ted talk her book everything, so you can find all that stuff very very quickly. Well, all it's been an absolute honor to meet with you and you know receive so much value from you. Thank you so much for taking the time today I want to say it was a real privilege, and what an honor to speak to you today. Thank you so much. Thank you so much for joining me for this fantastic conversation with lolly dascomb before we go I wanted to walk you through some of the key takeaways. I got from this episode. I hope they were useful for you as well. The first thing that really struck me was what makes a true leader. I mean in our society. We built up these false ideas about the strong leader from someone who has the loudest in the room or the person who's most controlling and lally challenges asking. Asking us to lead from within, she said the best leaders had the super strong inner architecture, and I absolutely loved that point number to know your weaknesses. It's important to understand both your strengths and your weaknesses, because lally said if we only know, our strengths is actually our weaknesses that could end up controlling us, but being self aware we can be better leaders and avoid blindly falling victim to our weaknesses. Third big takeaway was finding courage in dark times. Folks I, know we're in A. A really challenging period of history, and a lot of us are facing financial personal obstacles that we have never faced before. Lawley encourages us to dig deep and see the opportunities that can come from this right now. Because so many people are overwhelmed and struggling. You can make an especially large impact as a leader, so step up, take ownership and make the best of this situation I was really thrilled to talk with Lawley dascomb today, and I hope you got as much out of this. This conversation as I did. If you want to explore more of what she's working on, you can read. Our show notes from this episode at Scott. Ross online dot com, you can also take a look at some of the projects that I'm working on, and you can also watch the video from this conversation on my youtube channel, which will be linked in the show notes I wanNA. Thank you so much for listening. We'll see you back here next. Wednesday, with a new episode God bless..
The Monoliths of Lalibela
"Going to be discussing a particular of example of construction. That is really just as amazing as you know. Making all these giant blocks bringing them together and building the pyramid but This particular example is also going to buck the traditional steps that we've discussed here and we're going to be looking at century's old Christian temples in Ethiopia that were we're not built from blocks of stone that were quarried over here and then brought together and then assembled into a building. No these are free reese standing monolithic churches that are each hewn from the solid. Red Volcanic Goria under laid by dark gray a basalt standing tall in the quarries from which they were sculpted so basically these were hewn out of solid stone. The quarry becomes the courtyard. Yeah it's a building that is not built but released from the earth. subtractive manufacturing of Marvel's it it is. It is amazing. I was not familiar with these until just last week when I was looking around for an episode For us to do and I was initially thought. Oh why don't we do Petra the the ruins in Jordan you know with the where the architecture is built into the side of this this kind of like ravine a situation right if you think you've never seen these these rock hewn Buildings you probably have their featured for example in Indiana Jones and the last crusade the show up in several several movies pet petro specifically in this case right so so is the no. Petro would be a good Episode started looking roundabout indie Petras fascinating. Perhaps we'll come back back to it but then I I was just looking around at other. Examples of of buildings had been hewn from stone. And then these just really stood out as the prime prime example like the most extreme example of what you could do with subtractive manufacturing of an entire building to bill to construct a building by not even constructing it by just carving away at solid stone until it is there with no need for bricks or mortar or would or nails or any of this architecture. Protect sure as sculpture. Yeah so where will you find these will you will find them. In lally Bella Ethiopia Ethiopia is of course the nation in eastern in Africa and they stood there at least since the late twelfth century CE though probably get into some of the dating in greater detail later later but I just a few notes about Ethiopia. In general modern Ethiopia is the most populous landlocked country in the world and the second most populous African nation after Nigeria Copa is also considered one of only two African nations never to be subjected to Long Term European colonization position the other being Liberia and to be more specific it was it was never it was never call an is during the nineteenth century period where so much of Africa was though it was occupied by Italy of during the Second World War but not not long enough for there to be like true lasting cultural change because it still throughout its history. It certainly came into contact with foreign ideas and influences. And we'll be discussing a major one here today because because one of the things you noticed about Is that it's majority. Religion is the Ethiopian Orthodox Taylor Hato church what's known as an Oriental Orthodox Christian church and it dates back many centuries. There's also a sizable Islamic population in Ethiopia followed in popularity by Protestants traditional faiths Catholicism and Judaism. Now of course there are other fascinating things about Ethiopia's well for instance. Ethiopian cuisine has certainly traveled well around the world. I think thing is widely believed to be the origin. Place of coffee is coffee and Okra is well. I was I chatted with Anne of our fellow. PODCAST here in the Atlanta offices saver and I said Hey. Have you guys done anything. I need the OPN cuisine because we could mention on the podcast and they said that had not yet though they both love the food but they have done an episode Okra and they've done an episode on coffee that get into those origins and say those are two of my favorite plant based foods. Are you an ochre fan or would you one of those people who thinks that slimy. Oh I love Okra and I love it because it is slimy especially in Gumbo. Does it acts as a thickening agent so I I want there to be Okra present in media dish buses great. It's great fried. It's great escape pickled Yeah I'm an Okra Fan for sure. Okay we're on the same page. I like all those ways to. I also really like Okra in Indian food. Yeah it goes really good with Indian spices who I had it in Indian food before but maybe not recently enough for it to really struck a chord. I'll have to seek it out. There is a restaurant here in town. That made a really amazing curried Okra and then then they went out of business. All right well. Let's talk in greater detail tale about Ethiopian Christianity. Then because since we're focusing in on Old Christian temples that were carved out of the ground in Ethiopia. We should in describe how Christianity came to East Africa. Sure So I was looking at a scientific paper that will make a brief reference to later in the episode and the authors of this paper Ethiopian scientists AGFA Wilson S Rot. And you did. I do They point out in the background. Section of the paper that the broader tradition of rock hewn churches in Ethiopia is historically associated with the coming of a group of figures known. Is the nine saints who were alleged to have journeyed from Egypt and Syria during the late fifth and early sixth centuries to preach the gospel of Christianity in Ethiopia Propia and more specifically to spread and promote the monastic lifestyle. So I was digging into this claim I wanted to learn more about the nine saints and this eventually led me down a path where I found a really awesome entry about Ethiopian Christianity in the monastic tradition. In a book called the encyclopedia the of Monasticism edited by this story and Will Johnston with this specific entry on Ethiopian Monastic Christianity written by the Ethiopian American philology Lalla Gist getachew highly. I was reading this as well. And it is quite Quite a fascinating entry. I just had no idea just how imported the monastic tradition was for just Ethiopian. Culture General. Yeah Yeah so highly writes that Due to the proximity of Ethiopia to the Middle East some Christianity entity probably began to spread their organically as soon as the religion was founded but highly also claims that Ethiopian Christianity is a form of the religion. That's it's kind of uniquely shaped by monks and monastic influences. So what exactly would that mean well. Monasticism is the tradition we associate with with monks and nuns. It's the strain of faith that calls for a radical lifestyle of religious devotion often including things like vows of poverty or vows of chastity or vows of silence or fasting General seclusion from secular life. As you know the priest or preacher within the religion might usually live among the society preaching the faith meanwhile the monk shakes in some way to live outside the society rejecting many of the comforts and pleasures of dorm life making their day to day habits and living conditions themselves kind of a radical demonstration of
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The Frozen Meals Haul
"Today's episode is the frozen meals hall frozen you know what that means everything came from the freezer aisle we're cooking right I mean we're not gonna eat it as a as a popsicle that would be funny you know when I was a kid I used to make these frozen weavers chicken dramas and I would have no patience because you couldn't like thought in the microwave you couldn't there were no cheats I would just put him in the toaster oven if it was supposed to be twenty five minutes I format after fourteen and just eat them all frozen or they they were fully cooked I though yeah okay so they were cold icicle chicken legs I was an animal do that with things that I if I do it for says like two and a half minutes all at two fifteen I can't wait the extra fifteen seconds I'll take it out so it has a little ice in the middle bears hopefully today these finds will not right half that all right so what what do you got here today Michael Okay this is a strange one on you can now take an AC bath the lemonade and Blue Raspberry and cherry the ice by they now have bath bombs oh you make bath and you put the bomb in there and you can soak in lemonade cherry or blue raspberry yeah don't drink it though because that's probably ooh who would want to turn your honor was drinkable soup in Blue Raspberry so they've been spotted dollar general stores but you can also get online at a site called Holler dot com and we can link to that on the how lar- alario would you take I e Senator Beth I mean I probably was so obsessed with icees when I was a kid but I was angry at them too because they were the drinks unlike slurpy by the way isis tastes better but I like the Cherry and the about them as when you put the straw in you cannot move the straw the icy stops working it does not function in the Cup if the straws moved so I just remember being a kid if somebody grabbed it or you bumped into your would be ruined it's terrible terrible so slurpy I wonder what came first slurpee or the icy the icy maybe it'll be chew to or false question in an upcoming episode and now I'm confused too because like AC so seven eleven is the slurpee right so where did ice get sold I just felt like carnival Oh yeah that's right you'll have the movie theaters like my niece Lauren who the Vegan was like can you take me to the local theater for dinner so I could get a giant tub of buttered popcorn an icy so I did that moved in that so I wanted to be a good and anyway so today we have frozen meal finds that came from various and sundry supermarkets and other places and and I'm so excited to try them as a lot of and they look great in a lot of plant based stuff not because were vegetarian just because there's a lot of stuff out there but we're going to start with some breakfast fines right we have rooster and Lark skillets and they come in three flavors rocky mountain Greek and South West thirty to forty calories I'm assuming without the eggs so these are the kind of yeah they're just add things so you throw these into skillet you cook them then you add eggs I love this trend it's like dumbing down and omelette wonder if this would work in an egg Mug I bet might get wonderful get watery we could try it all right so let's try them I don't know where they're available but Jamie he's going to tell you so these by the way have one smart point of serving you can find them at high vis a whole foods shop right and more you can even order them online and we're GONNA be starting with the southwest skillet so it's avocado butternut squash onion bell pepper you remember how the frozen avocado debacle let's see what the it's watery or gross in any way I will not enjoy it I'm GONNA put it in Iraq in Rome I'm the thing is like I this doesn't seem like a ton of egg to me it's like Africa okay you would do I would add more egg to this but there's no rule I would add because I egg great taste fresh he's like a diner scramble mikey could not be making more notice is the new lally we now so this is South West yes how's it taste is it well seasoned it's wall season it's it's okay I'm not a lot of good my Egbo with like laughing how it's kind of bland ends a little salt but everything needs a little salt so Ireland's tributary yeah we're gonNA plow through the breath this one is rocky mountain. What does that mean hockey mountain so this is chopped sweet potato onion and bell pedal sweet potato Kale on all right here you go we're GonNa try got a fair warning because I know you don't like some of these it's got Rosemary thyme Regen Oh boy so much rosemary I always say she's such a jerk yeah you hate those married Rosemary tastes like Maximus cream if anyone agrees with me they should write in text you because it tastes like like nausea skin cream I don't know it's too much rosemary I've never thought about rock nausea I could see that I guess my dad used to put it on his face like lewd long vacation when he got a sunburn he would put it on his face and like watch him and then I would play with my hands and times I ate it so I would know what it tastes like I didn't eat it on purpose but I would accidentally taste it and it tasted like Rosemary also when you face gets in your nose and so you kinda get that whole thing in your nostril grotesque anyway that's not that's not my favorite flavor well this one is the Greeks Gila look shop mushroom Cherry Tomatoes Spinach Fettucini he's right I'm hoping Mike fetter fetter is better right we're going to try new that's good thank you that was good Oh did anyone get that off the frozen avocado in the first one I didn't I saw it and I voted it the best you go how many calories in the week one thirty it's weird because everybody's out a little bit of butter in there but there's probably not right data the fat yes definitely the this one's forty yeah nice it's got the cheese I would eat though I like the Greek one all right again those are rooster skillets we will link to a store locator yes and I'm so glad that we tried all three member we were debating combat third one is definitely the recommend Asian show okay moving on we are moving onto some trader Joe's products trader Joe's we have trader joes mildly sweet and spicy beef and Broccoli mildly sweet and spicy is it mildly sweet and mildly spicy? No that's a good question and it comes in a big bag yep big green bay Ugh so it's multiple serving K.. This is one that's one serving Yeh Cup with the sauce doesn't large how many cowry shells so this is two thirty pretty small portion for that to thirty eight grams of fat nine grams of protein and nine smart points oh well you know what it looks like the is the beef breaded it looks breaded Broccoli's not supposed to be ready to leave British beef that is unnecessary that's not true delicious I'd say it's very sweet eight and almost very spicy most really grown it's delicious is it worth it I would load it up with more Broccoli leave and then maybe it would be worth it look a giant bowl for what two hundred thirty two thirty yeah that's what time I go to the dentist there's plenty of sauce Yup exactly so you had more edge and you're good okay that's a trader Joe's and you can find it a truth now we have trader Ming's should Taki mushroom chicken so this is real chicken for one cop it's a hundred and eighty calories eight grams of fat twenty grams of protein and it's good this one has got you're talking mushrooms at Amami Green beans and ginger soy sauce okay so these choice of white meat chicken this is not breaded I see little pieces of Eta Mommy and green beans it's all there and this is also a big multi serving bag how many servings in the back I think it is just I love talking mushrooms do I do I love I love restrooms think this is anything special the chickens a little robbery in a way that I don't expect from trader Joe's either outlier I love it because I love Chautauqua Mushrooms rubbery chicken I do it's like my favorite thing rubber chicken reheated as such a hit and Miss drink and this one is only four smart points by the way okay good well you might like it and if you add more veg again you can get a nice big bulky it's good as like a fallback uh-huh keep that in your freezer and if you have some fresh vegetables you can just throw it in I feel like that's the biggest hungry girl take away when it comes to frozen meals is always have in addition into those frozen meals a bag of frozen veg yeah and keep Mixim I do I get Broccoli slaw and I keep Broccoli slaw in my fridge at all times and I just use it as much as possible for those of you don't know what Broccoli Slaw is I get it in the produce section and it's Broccoli stems that have been shredded carrots and Purple Cabbage Yummy uh-huh okay we're moving onto meatless this is sands meat I up morningstar farms popcorn chicken chicken so it's fake chicken plant based chicken twelve pieces two hundred calories eight grams of fat grams of fiber so it's so must be fried they they are they're cute you you need twelve of them when Aaron saw these errands ago when she saw this she flipped she like we got goes directly she was dancing in the hallways dancing on the highway it tastes like a stuffing ball so these a half a point each I like that you get
Emmy's Chese from Switzerland
"I hope everybody is doing well. I just got back from a trip to Paris and London where I I spent some time with the teams from Cordon Bleu the world famous culinary schools. I toured both schools and spent a lot of time talking to the alums of Likud on blue or or the blue crew as we like to call them. I met some incredible people who I'll be profiling in our next issue of the magazine so stay tuned. If you want to see what I ate while I was abroad and of course you do. I posted a lot on instagram so check it out at Cherry bomb or at carry bomb. What else is going on. It's the two year anniversary of Air Cookbook doc those two years flu. If you don't have the Cherry bump cookbook go get a copy it features recipes from one hundred of the most bomb tastic members of the bomb squad including Christina Tosi Chrissy Teigen and Michelle belly. You can buy a copy at Cherry bomb dot com or at your favorite indie bookstore support those bookstores ladies you know. I I forgot to mention something about the cookbook. We literally tested all of those recipes in our own apartments so it doesn't matter if you don't have a big fancy kitchen and you will still be able to make everything in the cookbook. Are you ready for today show. I am not sure if you're ready. I interviewed the One and only Carla and lally music. If you don't know Carla let me give you a crash course. She's a cookbook author. Mom the bone apetit food editor end a youtube star. That's it's right. Carla is part of the beloved bone Apetit Youtube team that is teaching a new generation how to be better and smarter in the Kitchen Carla's first cookbook doc where cooking begins came earlier this year and each page is beautiful helpful and delicious. I had a blast talking to Karla over at Bona Petit H. Q. And I hope you enjoy our conversation before we hear from Carla. Let's your word from EMI cheeses from Switzerland. Hey bomb squad. Let's talk about Emmy. Kylie's from Switzerland emmys beautiful variety of cheeses are crafted from the freshest milk from local Swiss farms one of our
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"Just about to step off the lunar module Amanda put his first foot steps on the moon proper all as with going spools common tree the experienced journalist needed expert help to guide the listener provided on this occasion by a young kid a physicist learn the Wilson no they're not really looking at the moon is that what you're expecting yes very much we have a real mixture around north currencies a large number of blocks of rock container cases strangely my memories of the landing all incredibly vague even when there are actually sore at Lally Phonak Lionel's recollections are crystal clear now an emeritus professor at Lancaster university he then had a freshly minted PhD in the moon's geology having carefully analyzed images from lunar orbit says the been invited into the studio armed with a mental library facts on there if you like with a mental checklist of the should be rocks of this kind and they should be things looking like fast and waiting for the camera to pan around and see if we are saying we're going to features that we expected we were all looking at for the footprints or whatever you what did you say well the footprints were interesting in their own right they told us something about the cohesion between the tiny particles that make up the dust that covers the whole of the lunar surface and the fact that the astronauts and kicked up so much dust which stuck to the spice of just another phase of information about what's happening so that's the very small scale things then yes the size of rocks the distribution of rocks but at some point you see not just that there are rocks at B. C. these bubbles yeah these vesicles yes out of the airport.
Appeals court likely to rule Obamacare unconstitutional
"After ninety minutes of oral arguments yesterday it's now up to a panel of judges at a federal appeals court to make a decision on the act you might know it as obamacare and decide if it's constitutional ABC Serena Marshall spoke with WBZ's Nicole Davis for a rundown of this case yeah some people are saying Hey didn't we already do this that and the I pulled the fact that the other part is constitutional and you're right in twenty twelve they did on the premise that Congress is allowed to tax and therefore collect on the individual mandate in twenty seventeen Congress rewrote the tax law and in doing that day also zeroed out that penalty requires you to have health insurance so taxes let it charge of eighteen a Republican led state to file a lawsuit that now because that tax penalty is zero there is no longer a requirement to have health insurance and therefore the entire affordable Care Act is unconstitutional because it cannot be sustained without the requirement that everyone have health insurance a Texas judge upheld that ruling they said yes it is entirely unconstitutional and yesterday an appeals court in New Orleans at this circuit court of appeals listen to oral arguments we don't expect a decision on that and till September but Nicole no matter how they rule there's a likelihood this will be appealed to the Supreme Court which means that to the earliest they could take up the case would be this fall the earliest we could get a response from them if they do take up the case to be next may or June so no matter what happens here we expect twenty twenty three really focused again on healthcare absolutely so of course if the justices of the Supreme Court eventually do decide to invalidate the ACA what does this mean for everyday Americans when it comes to their health care coverage there are a lot of provisions of the ACA that people really want including the ability to keep children on their plans until twenty six the requirement you can't discriminate against people because of pre existing conditions after that you have the free preventative healthcare and expanded Medicare those are all provisions of people I really like and I've been seem to be very popular all of those are part of the ACA if the entire laws invalidated all of those could go away now that's not to say that it's how even this lower court rules rule now legal analysts see three possible outcomes they could afford a lower court ruling striking down individual mandate and therefore the entire AC is constitutional they could invalidate demanded alone separate from the rest of the Lally much of it in place or they could leave the law functioning as it others are also possibilities of how the Supreme Court could eventually rule as well but that definitely something this twenty twenty democratic contenders are watching it something members on Capitol Hill or watching the Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell said yesterday if the law is ruled unconstitutional that plan to take up a bipartisan legislation to ensure protection for those with pre existing conditions immediately but Nicole we haven't seen any legislative tax any outlined even from the Republican Party when it comes to how they plan to replace the affordable Care Act plans that dumbed down though by a John McCain at two years ago that was a B. C. Serena Marshall speaking with WBZ's Nicole
Movie Review: “Green Book”
"Which I said, let's see I'm looking up here. I said I watched green book, and it was about a white racist who teaches a black guy how to be more black and how we'd all be better off racists in the victims of racism, just got along. Better your enjoyment of the film will likely depend on your receptiveness that message. And I literally thought I think I'm only my leagues agitating. When I literally thought I was just stating the text of the film like that. That is what I thought the movie was trying to. Say a lot of people were like criticizing me being like, you know. That's super harsh. Dave. And I'm like that is what the movie is like it's Viggo Mortensen plays a racist. There. Mercia Lally plays a black pianist going through Jim crow, south touring and and being subject to racism and the to kind of teach each other. Better understanding if humanity, and I think Mark Harris did a great job of running down like what's wrong with movies like green book, which they feel like they are out of I dunno late eighties early nineties. Right. This kind of by this. This type driving. Exactly, right. The like driving miss daisy. Both sides have something to contribute to the conversation. Like, oh, like like, look at how much we all have to learn from each other. You know, like. I'm sure I can imagine somebody who was big in Hollywood in that period. Looks at this way. Now now, the white guys driving him that's the movie, I know. And so it's not I mean, it's certainly I can understand why people find it to be an offensive film. And in fact, the the relatives of Dr Don Shirley have since come out and publicly denounced the movie, they have said like this movie contained they called it. A symphony of lies is what they said face like everything about the movie is that it is a gross misrepresentation of their relationship because like a big part of the movies about Dr Don, Shirley, the pianist and how he's like so disconnected with his family. And and he doesn't like he feels like a like an outsider to his own race. And it's it's Viggo Mortensen 's mildly racist character that helps them to reconnect with his like, it's all this stuff and his. The real life on Shirley families like well that never happened. None of that was true. But at least it was a symphony of lives. That's correct. The poster will say a symphony. No, I don't I don't know if they're gonna use that poco, Jeff. But in any case, I mean, yeah, it's so it's not even really that accurate and the story as it just it just feels like it's from a different era. Feels like we don't really need this kind of story anymore. We have other choices today about you know, how we've you these types. I mean. Yeah. There's there's a more diverse slate of filmmakers behind the camera. These days that can tell stories like this and from a different and more interesting perspective. So poignant views like, you know, more nuance point of us. I will say when I first saw the trailer for this. And I was like oh, my Herschel eilly. That's so that's interesting. This looks cool Vigo Mortenson and then Peter Farrelly. And I remember we talked about project greenlight a couple years ago. I will never forget how Peter fairly treated producer EFI Brown. And like, you know, she's a really well known and very prolific. Black producer. Yeah. And she's made a lot of stuff and Peter fairly would not show her any any instance of like respect or like there's just like a like subtle racism going on there.
Iraq: anti-US cleric Moqtada al-Sadr’s bloc confirmed as election winners
"Town on review dot com washington dc and national media been buzzing for several weeks about this ability of genus pull the president's choice to replace mike pompeo as director i spoke with arkansas senator tom cotton onto let me ask you seriously about gina hospital the nomination will be better on and then it goes to the floor thereafter after expecter declare with affirmative votes still in the committee he was i said for weeks now gina will be recommended by the intelligence committee on a bipartisan votes and then next week she will be confirmed as director in the full senate on a bipartisan that would bring the president's national security came the vice president secretary of state secretary of defense mattis national director of intelligence coats cia director house bowl to full strength with john bolton security advisor chief of staff kelly best national security team we've had in my lifetime and they are going to confront an interesting situation in iraq which i would like you to come it appears that matata al solder is going to be the most powerful person in iraq i believe when you were carrying a rifle in the slums of baghdad he was shooting at you what what do you make of this turn of events in iraq you're right that mccotter all solders ticket seems to have received the most votes in the parliamentary elections on saturday now iraqi politics are complicated and they're far from having a majority and in those days when i was in iraq two thousand six they went months without a formal government because of the coalition talks taking so long so it's not yet clear who will be the prime minister how the ministerial offices will be divided but the most important thing in iraq is that we not have a government dominated by the ayatollah in tehran and to extent that moqtada al solder is willing to have laid down his arms in the past and try to work to the political process and have a government that won't be beholden to tehran the to me united states interest to try to work with anyone who's willing to stay on break free and independent iraq that is independent of iranian influence coming up there to promise keepers in this story in the short term the promise keeper with president trump and there's another promise keeper and that's gone the us embassy celebratory opening in jerusalem when the town all review returns in a moment.
Polls close in Iraq's first elections since victory declared over ISIS
"The trying to figure out how to make certain insurance claims for a lot of the people i've spoken with say that they have tried to venture back to gather their most important belongings some are less fortunate some tell me they've lost everything correspondent sophia yan reports volcanoes national parchman off limits to visitors fear the volcano could erupt and send you ge boulders and debris into the air authorities say the danger zone all falls within the park voter turnout was low in iraq's first national election since the country declared victory over the islamic state group and correspondent suzanne george says there were good reasons there is a strict security curfew that was put in place across iraq especially in baghdad nearly note civilian cars were allowed to be on the streets in the morning hours for the first hour voting that made it very hard for people to get polling stations to cast their ballot we talked to some people who walked more than four kilometers to try to get to a polling station in total there were three hundred one.