35 Burst results for "March First"
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Pope Francis resumes regular appointments after canceling schedule with a fever
"Pope Francis returned to work Saturday meeting with a famous American director after a fever interrupted his regular schedule. The pontiff met with Martin Scorsese and a number of other artists, while addressing a conference on the global ethics of the Catholic imagination, according to Vatican news, he also met with visitors from Georgetown university, the Vatican's confirmation of the 86 year old Pope's fever sparked concerns about Francis's health in March he was rushed to the hospital, diagnosed with acute bronchitis, the Vatican says the Pope will preside over Pentecost mass Sunday and meet with Italy's president Monday. I'm Julie Walker
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Pope runs fever, skips meetings, Vatican says
"The Vatican has said that Pope Francis has skipped meetings because he was running a fever. No details have emerged of how sick Francis was. The last time he spiked a serious fever in March, the 86 year old pontiff was rushed to the hospital, where he was diagnosed with acute bronchitis. He received intravenous antibiotics and was released three days later. Francis has had a busy week presiding over a meeting of the Italian bishops conference as well as meeting with several other prelates and visiting dignitaries. However, in a sign that he was expected to recover quickly, the Vatican also announced a new official audience with Italian president Sergio mazzarella scheduled for Monday. I am Karen Chammas
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A measure of inflation that is closely tracked by the Federal Reserve increased in April
"A key inflation measure take higher last month. It's a price index, the Federal Reserve closely watches, and it was up 0.4% from March to April, much higher than the previous months, 0.1% rise. Consumer spending also jumped with the biggest increase since January as people bought new cars, computers, clothes, and gas. The two increases together are a sign of both a resilient economy and high inflationary pressures. The data likely complicate the fed's next move. The Central Bank has signaled it will likely stop its run of ten straight interest rate hikes at its meeting next month. Sagar Meghani, Washington.
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War and Treaty, Trace Adkins will play Memorial Day Concert in Washington
"Trace Atkins Jodi Messina and Yolanda Adams are among the performers for the Memorial Day concert in Washington on Sunday, and marches are a letter with a preview. Joe mantegna and Gary Sinise will host the Memorial Day concert on the national mall, one of the performers Michael charter junior of the war and treaty is a military veteran. He says, while some people have barbecues and open the pools on Memorial Day, he wishes they think harder about what the day means. Christmas won't matter. Thanksgiving doesn't matter. Veterans Day doesn't matter any other holiday that we have or freedoms and customs that we have. It doesn't matter without the men and women who serve to protect those freedoms. Mary McCormick, SEP the merkerson and dule hill will lead tributes the concert will air live on PBS stations
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Chirping sounds lead airport officials to bag filled with smuggled parrot eggs
"Baby parrots seized from a smuggler are being cared for in Florida. A bag filled with smuggled parrot eggs was found at the Miami international airport, since hatching in March, 24 parrots are being cared for by the rare species conservatory foundation. His birds are curious. They're loving, they're sweet. Their babies. Everything's developing in front of your eyes. And they're beautiful little creatures. It was the hatchlings faint chirping inside a carry on bag at the airport that brought them to the attention of a customs and border protection officer. Doctor Paul reylo of the conservatory says a vast majority of parrot trafficking cases and in tragedy, Paris live a long time, they are sentient creatures. They're highly intelligent, very social, and these guys deserve a chance. The question will be, where will they wind up? Reylo is working with the fish and wildlife service on a plan to have the birds fly free and help restore their species in the wild. I'm Ed Donahue.
Tina Turner's Shocking Health Confession Before Death
"From the New York Post Tina Turner admitted that her health was in great danger just two months before her death The legendary singer who passed away today at the age of 83 after a long illness opened up about the battle with kidney disease on March 9th So look even up to that point She was you know still communicative and so forth She said my kidneys are victims of my not realizing That my high blood pressure should have been treated with conventional medicine She told her Instagram followers just two months ago I had myself in great danger I put myself in great danger by refusing to face the reality that I need daily lifelong therapy with medication For far too long I believe that my body was an untouchable and indestructible bastion And it accompanying blog posts for show your kidney love dot com She explained that should diagnose with hypertension in 1978 And at the time she admitted she didn't care much about it and didn't really try to control it 1985 she was prescribed pills that she was supposed to take daily To control it she said after suffering a stroke in 2009 because of my poorly controlled hypertension I struggled to get back up on my feet This is when I first learned that my kidneys didn't work that well anymore They had already lost 35% of their function The Turner eventually developed a fatal dislike she said of her prescription pills and even convinced herself that they made her feel worse So that consulting with her doctors she replaced her conventional medication with homeopathic remedies
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Tina Turner, unstoppable superstar whose hits included 'What's Love Got to Do With It,' dead at 83
"Singer Tina Turner has died after a long illness at her home near Zürich Switzerland, according to her manager, Turner was 83. And marches are a letter with a look at her career. Tina Turner's life was a roller coaster, hit songs in the 1960s, leaving an abusive marriage, becoming a superstar in her 40s and having her life turned into a hit movie. She recorded songs like proud Mary, nutbush city limits, and river deep mountain high with her ex-husband, Ike Turner. Turner's first solo album flopped, then she released private dancer and her career was bigger than ever. Angela Bassett played her in the film what's love got to do with it. Turner said in a 1993 AP interview she instructed Bassett that the dancing should be energetic, not raunchy. Because she was a few times going to the front. No, no, no, no, no, not from the front. Always to decide
The Dan Bongino Show
Yuri Bezmenov Explains How Marxists Targeted the Education System
"Democrats have been working for 30 years through colleges and K through 12 as well to indoctrinate a young group of woke soldiers to go out there and take over corporate America You're seeing the results of that happening right now It was all deliberate It was all of them It's all it was all a plot Was it a coordinated effort by people who spoke to each other now They didn't have to They just had to read the same destruction manual If Jim and I put the same table together and followed the same Ikea instruction manual or wherever you bought the damn thing from does that mean Jim and I coordinated No we just had to read the book And the book's been out there forever It's been Marxist communist ideology They want to hear it straight from the horse's mouth This is a Marxist themselves This is Yuri besmanoff He was a KGB agent He defected to the United States We played cuts of him many times Audio cuts and video on my podcast Here's him explaining exactly how marxists and communists have planned this forever that marched through the education system Take a listen Education This track them from learning something which is constructive pragmatic efficient instead of mathematics physics foreign languages chemistry teach them history of urban warfare natural food home economy your sexuality anything As long as it takes you away there you go From an actual Marxist mouth himself you don't need to hear from me Just listen to them They've been plotting this for 30 plus years arguably longer much longer Seth wrote a great book over at Fox about this whole thing
Trump's Campaign Schedule Interrupted by Corrupt Democrat Officials
"Now the extent to which the Democrat judges and Democrat prosecutors Really want to derail Trump And they want to derail Desantis the party in the media too more on that later Is the we have a judge in New York now in another matter Check that The judge in the Alvin Bragg case he has set the trial for March 25th Next year right in the middle of the presidential primary So this phony case right in the middle of the presidential primary We have never seen anything like this Ever Then we have the rogue Democrat prosecutor in Atlanta It was rumored to bring charges Any time from the end of July to mid August Right around the first debate Right around the first debate Then we have mister overturned on appeal Jack the Ripper Smith he's hanging around and he will bring it at the most propitious time for the Democrats His charges I have no doubt he will And I suspect what he's focused on ladies and gentlemen is wire fraud given the fundraising that we heard about not that there's a violation of law but that he's looking at it Obstruction and a variety of other counts multiple multiple felony counts because this guy is completely out of control and he doesn't give a damn
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NFL commissioner Roger Goodell's contract reportedly to be extended to March 2027
"Agreed on the framework of a three year contract extension that will keep him in place until 2027. Indianapolis Colts owner Jim irsay confirmed Tuesday at the league meetings. Goodell's current deal expires in 2024. He has been commissioner of the league since replacing Paul tagliabue in 2006. Says he's under the impression Goodell will retire after the extended contract expires and be involved in the development of a potential successor. I'm geffen coolbaugh.
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Trump makes video appearance in New York criminal case, trial date tentatively set for late March
"Did not guilty last month to 34 counts of falsifying business records at his family company, the Trump organization. Trump has portrayed the New York case and other investigations he faces as a coordinated effort to Sully his reelection chances. And Lisa dwyer
Biden Defaulting on the Debt to Own the Crypto Bros?
"Well Friends the president has gone and again made the debt ceiling political for the crypto crowd. And so today we are diverting temporarily from our normal Bitcoin and crypto industry coverage to move into the most significant market issue right now, which is the debt ceiling debate. This will serve as a bit of a primer. I will avoid the temptation to get political with it, as always, and we'll just try to understand exactly where we are going into this critical week. Right now, the debt ceiling is currently at nearly $31.4 trillion, with around 24.6 trillion held as bonds by investors, private institutions, and other market actors. The U.S. debt is the largest of any nation state, exceeding the amount currently outstanding for the next four countries combined. In mid January, the limit of borrowing was reached, leading the US Treasury to begin what's known as extraordinary measures to stretch the remaining cash a little further. These measures trim budget expenditure around the edges by deferring time and sensitive spending, such as making contributions into government worker savings plans, and topping up the assets held in the exchange stabilization fund. Earlier this month, treasury secretary Janet Yellen announced that despite these measures, the treasury looked set to run out of cash by the beginning of next month, leaving officials precious little time to sort out a deal. The negotiations had been ongoing for the better part of the last few weeks, although heading into the weekend the tone had soured. Earlier last week, both President Biden and House Republican speaker Kevin McCarthy, who is heading up negotiations for the GOP, expressed optimism that a deal could be close. And yet as the weekend rolled around, no deal was there to be had. Now part of the reason is that the two parties are very far apart in terms of what they want. The GOP are asking for significant budget cuts. In particular, they're looking for cuts across social spending by ramping up work requirements for government aid, as well as kneecapping flagship democratic policies like clean energy incentives with the inflation reduction act, and additional funding for the IRS. Last month, Republicans passed a House bill which would suspend the debt ceiling until March of next year, but the bill contains such deep spending cuts that it was viewed as a nonstarter for Senate Democrats to consider.
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Def Leppard drummer Rick Allen says he was attacked outside Florida hotel in March
"Def Leppard drummer Rick Allen says he was blindsided when he was attacked in Fort Lauderdale, Florida in March. With the latest, Rick Allen tells ABC's Good Morning America, he was out for a smoke break outside a hotel on March 13th when suddenly he was assaulted and he hid his head on the ground. Ellen says he put up his hand and said he was not a threat. I don't think he knew who I was. But he must have seen that I wasn't a threat because you know I've only got one arm. Court records show 19 year old max Hartley of Avon Ohio has pleaded not guilty to two counts of battery and four counts of criminal mischief. Police have not determined a motive
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‘Fast X’ speeds to No. 1; knocks ‘Guardians 3’ to 2nd
"The tenth installment of the Fast & Furious films takes the top spot at the box office this weekend, and marches are a letter with the latest. You might want to book love. Fast X is the new leader with film audiences. It earned $67.5 million in its debut weekend in North American theaters, according to Universal Pictures. It knocks last week's champion Guardians of the Galaxy volume three down to second place. The Super Mario Brothers movie takes number three, book club the next chapter is at number four, followed by evil dead rise in fifths.
Elon Musk Unfazed by David Faber's Question on George Soros
"You said he wants to erode the very fabric of civilization and saw his hates humanity Like when you do something like that I think that's true That's my opinion Okay But why share it Why share it Especially I mean why share it when people who buy teslas may not agree with you advertisers on Twitter may not agree with me All right let's stop Elon Musk is already demonstrated that he's a free speech guy Now the left hates his guts because the left is about totalitarianism And they dress it up as free speech but the left isn't for free speech show me when and where Maybe when the Nazis are marching in Skokie old time leftists But they don't today they don't represent free speech The whole reason The media matters exists is to destroy conservative talk radio and Fox The whole reason mediocre it exists Same thing Terribly Obama out there that his biggest worry is the division on news What There's a 112% on the left and the rest of us That's Obama's big worry He's a fraud and a phony and anyway so continue please Why not just say hey I think this you can tell me we can talk about it over there You can tell your Friends but why share it widely I mean this is freedom of speech I'm allowed to say what I would say So let's stop right Why am I sitting down with this jackass What kind of a stupid question is that Now that's got to be gone through as head He's a smart dude Why share it with everybody Because I think the guys destroying the country and so I gave my opinion should I not Should I counter in the corner like everybody else Should I worry that maybe I'll be calling anti semite which is what they're doing now And he's not
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Ja Morant in limbo again as he awaits review of latest gun video on social media
"Grizzly star John morant says he takes accountability for the latest video in which he is apparently seen holding a firearm. His statement came shortly after NBA commissioner Adam silver expressed disappointment that the Memphis guard is under investigation by the league again. Silver met with morant after a similar incident in March and suspended him for a games. Silver said he was quote shocked. When he saw the video during a televised interview with ESPN before Tuesday's draft lottery in Chicago. I'm get cool ball.
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Retail sales up 0.4% in April from March, buoyed by solid job market, easing inflationary pressures
"Buoyed by a solid job market, retail sales picked up in April. The commerce department's latest report finds retail sales increased 0.4% in April from March, the first increase since January, led by a 1.2% bump at online retailers, as 0.6% increase at restaurants and bars, and an increase in demand for new cars and auto parts, with a strong employment market Americans are still spending, but there has been a broader pullback amid high inflation and rising interest rates. Report categories that were slightly down included gas station sales department stores, electronics and home furnishings. In addition, Home Depot posted disappointing first quarter results today, U.S. store sales were down 4.6% after years of explosive growth during the pandemic. Jennifer King, Washington
The Eric Metaxas Show
Democrat Policies Bring Chaos and Crime to America
"Talking to John's mirac, you know, John, what I wanted to say was that what we're seeing at the southern border we're also seeing in places like San Francisco, which has become the human feces capital of the world. Thank you, Nancy Pelosi. We are seeing a breakdown of order of social order that we have never seen in America. It's absolutely astonishing that what we're, I was just talking to somebody yesterday who works in really, really super high end retail talking about wanting to have a footprint in San Francisco and realizing not a chance. There is no way we will risk having a storefront in San Francisco. So the Democrat policies seem sometimes intentionally and sometimes at least semi unintentionally to be bringing tremendous chaos and crime to the United States, which brings us to the story of the New York subway. Right. Daniel penny, who is a veteran of the U.S. Marines and he saw a psych dangerous homeless lunatic screaming yelling at threatening people on the New York City subway. And what he didn't realize is the new rules. The new rules is you don't do anything. You don't do anything to protect strangers. You don't even defend yourself. The new rules are America. You don't defend yourself. Because you remember the mccluskey's in Missouri, a mob of arsonists marched onto their front lawn. They wave a gun at them. They're charged with a crime and stripped of their law licenses. So they can't make a living. They're lawyers. They're stripped of their law licenses. It's like you forbidden to write ever again.
WABE 90.1 FM
"march first" Discussed on WABE 90.1 FM
"ISIS Earlier in March one of their suicide bombers killed more than 60 people in a Shiite mosque It was the deadliest attack here in years Hume Yusef a columnist says the Taliban's victory created space for militants Created a sort of more permissive environment within which the GTP could start to regroup Army officials say they've mostly regrouped right across the border from Iran Shah Yusuf says the Taliban went cracked down on those militants targeting Pakistan because they're still trying to assert their control as Afghanistan's rulers They're not going to pick fights with other militant groups Pakistani officials like the prime minister who courts the religious right wing openly celebrated the Taliban's victory And the armies being long accused of sheltering Afghan Taliban leaders in Pakistan even while going off to other groups It's an allegation they deny Still Yusuf says I think that there was hope that the Afghan Taliban would be more proactive and use the influence over the group to the extent that it exists to sort of stem the tide of attacks If the violence continues and it is expected to use of says the army might have to conduct more operations around the border with Moran Shah That will unravel the fragile gains made here and the hopes of so many for a normal life Dear deed and piano The economic effects of Russia's invasion of Ukraine are being felt all over the world including an American farm fields Sanctions against Russia have led to skyrocketing prices for several different kinds of fertilizers critical to growing crops As St. Louis public radio's Jonathan all reports the timing could not be worse for farmers Mark Scott is in the barn on his farm about 40 miles outside of St. Louis on this blustery march morning He's trying to get an old John Deere tractor running for a neighbor of his It's not going well.
"march first" Discussed on WCPT 820
"Friday time when people might be either getting clubs for themselves or or buying them as gifts for friends and family members. Yeah, you'd be surprised. I think what led to a starting to launch of, you know these October one availability, dates and You know, then having your traditional kind of March one April 1 availability dates on the on the back end of that is that the inflows kind of changed a little bit when it comes to golf, beans, seasonal when it comes to purchasing, just obviously you're going to sell a lot more golf clubs in July that you are in December. Um, but at the same time when you actually study the data, it is not that big of a drop off anymore. It's kind of evened out a little bit, too. Where almost every month is, uh, is almost the same. Um, obviously, you know, your big months of June July August are still going to be there, and they're still going to be top dog. But the drop off is not as big as we've one scene and that's kind of what led to this mindset. Um, surprisingly right. I mean, especially in a place like here when when you You know you're not playing for a few months. Um, but you know, rounds are so high right now. I think we're up 15% on the year over last year and And obviously we saw a huge jump in the rounds last at the end of last year as well, So rounds are way up. There's a lot of great fall golf to still happen here. Um, October is one of my favorite ones to play golf. It's quite beautiful to get out there and play in that crisp air. So, Yeah, There's still some good months left and then you know, golf is a game where you never really stopped thinking about it during the off season. You're always catching yourself in the mirror, doing the practice swing and Thinking about your bag set up. So, um, I think, uh, golfers. We just never really turned off. Well, actually, And before we let him go today, Len, could you jump in and and and kind of talk a little bit about the Florida Gulf season? Because I think it's A little bit different than obviously what we have here in Illinois, and I got to believe that is people head back to Florida. They've been up north all summer, and they're they're things probably really start to pick up an October and November down down by you and, uh Your your new clubhouse in Sarasota. Well, that's what's going to.
AM 1590 WCGO
"march first" Discussed on AM 1590 WCGO
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The Erick Erickson Show
"march first" Discussed on The Erick Erickson Show
"If you haven't heard my interview with mike pompeo The seventieth secretaries date for donald trump secretary of state. If you text the word. Eric my name your i c k. I chose that one because you people are misspelling. It email or text. Eric rather email the word. I'm sorry text. The word eric to the number three seven seven seven and i'll send you back to the pompeo interview so you can listen to it. I asked him about the. Ufo's i did. He was very coy with me. This was the segment. I was gonna talk about the composer and the arson and i will get to that but first a listener sent me the story. The listener clearly gets because this is the sort of story that infuriates me. If republicans are really interested in a populist revolution in the country they need to take on speed cameras chicago. Speed cameras are churning out hundreds of thousands of tickets after a rule. Change this is from. Cbs news in chicago. chicago's speed. cameras churned out of thousands of violations. In the month after the city dropped the threshold for automated ticking ticketing from ten miles per hour over the speed limit to just six on march first twenty twenty one speed cameras. All over chicago began issuing either warnings. Or real tickets to speeders traveling. Six to ten miles per hour over the limit in specific children's safety zones near-certain parks and schools previously thirty five dollar. Tickets were issued at ten miles over this being limited hundred dollar tickets for eleven miles or more. What they've done is they have lowered the threshold for tickets by using cabs washington. Dc is notorious for this washington. Dc will put a speed camera at the bottom of a hill. So either you ride your breaks down the hill or you get a ticket. Speed cameras are an abdication of policing their money. Making tool you know. In in some areas of georgia's like alfa reta alfa reta has traffic cameras. Speed cameras in parts of atlanta have spe- cameras. I am opposed and every city that imposes them and puts those those Red light cameras in speed cameras out there that they really every one of them should should burn in hell for eternity. I'm opposed to am. I feel that strongly about him and the knees other now they save lives. No no no no. If you're interested in saving lives hire more police officers. What you're trying to do is generate revenue for your city and abdicate your responsibility and your do onces in georgia thank goodness it is the law in the state of georgia that you cannot get a ticket based on a speed detection device if you're within ten miles of the speed limit so long as it's not the state patrol the state patrol can do it state troopers can do it. But it's county and city. Cannot.
Wealth Academy Podcast - Wealth Is More Than Just Moneyhttps://www.linkedin.com/in/paullawrencevann
"march first" Discussed on Wealth Academy Podcast - Wealth Is More Than Just Moneyhttps://www.linkedin.com/in/paullawrencevann
"Got it okay. I can send that out to you. It's going to be one of. He's gonna do one session on saturday. Twenty seven and the second session. He's going to do is march first. That's seven. pm central time got workshop. Absolutely okay so right in all of this down so when i put it in the show notes people nowadays. They can't say they didn't know. And i as i said. I'll i'll send you actually. I'll send you the link to it in that way. You can just pop the lincoln there as well. And i want to say one thing. I took a look at your website. And there is a ton of great information out there on online courses if you can think about it. It's they're really looked enough like yeah they do. Have a what you're into me. Is like what i put in a category been in enterprise are yes because you can pick and choose what you want out out of it now. What we offered to is this can also be used as training tools for corporation have a human resources segment where we talk about office safety etc because some people don't have a plan sure you know they are. There are mid to small size businesses. That don't have these kind of plant and it can help things go wrong of same. Some happened on television. Oh yes person They they might get fire from the job and then everything just go south. It goes bad right. Yeah they don't have a plan to ride and then also for let's say someone who is looking to owed not a way to people at the. Us capitol could use a plan to. Oh yeah oh yeah i was. I was a bit upset to. I used to work there. Oh my god and the the thing is is what i told you i worked in technology and i always had to create a plan so had to create what i call a disaster recovery plan and also had to create a business continuity plan and..
Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network
"march first" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network
"Is possible. New rotisserie style. Chicken bites are now a decoy. You happy taste good. Thanks for tuning into classic radio theater on your favorite station now. The conclusion of the story of doctor kildare march first nineteen fifty. I'll do my best to see that everyone is clear about then. Thank you of course under those circumstances. Dr gillespie can't be blamed if he's mistaken but now i have no business saying anything. Suppose he isn't mistaken only he is. I'm sure that i have.
"march first" Discussed on Parenting Roundabout
"Welcome to parenting about podcasts. The week of march first. Twenty twenty one. Every week we chat about the things parents are talking about complaining about and obsessing about right. now. I'm terry moro and i'm here with catherine. Hello echo. hello and nicole. Eric's there this week. We are complaining on behalf of our kids and obsessing about good decisions. We've made were also taking a couple of breaks an entertainment discussion and a recommendation roundup. Today we are talking about times for parents now nicole. You found that your accountant from last year's taxes called you a homemaker a know that seems inaccurate. Well or insufficient. I want it to be well first of all. I was taken aback because it just seems a little archaic the whole term homemaker like is that even appropriate for twenty twenty one. I'm not sure like a official forum version of housewife like says that looks extra dollop of formality to it but still no still. I know but isn't there another way. And other title of scribe ing what we do. I think we're more like ceo's of of our of our household. Because i mean. I'm doing more than making a home. I'm doing the bills. I'm doing the taxes. I'm you know raising kids. I'm doing so much..
"march first" Discussed on She Podcasts
"We hired her to do our social media and we're like so. How does it work when she goes. We work two weeks in advance and we were like ooh okay and then after that we always do two weeks in like there wasn't it like i have never done it. Before but this service provider. She will not talk to you on thursday for stuff. They're posting next week. That shit is done scheduled. She will only talk to you on thursday about stuff. That's happening ten days from now. So we're just trained to do it. That way we the honest with you we still. I was just gonna say still on thursday. That's the first time we're thinking that far ahead is for her but we're still doing it though because we have because they make us do it. Yeah and so. If that's what you want you have to make them do it. And if you want me to help you. I can help you set that up so that no no. I like all right. Whatever but i'm a sucker sucker almost a sad because in other words. I know what it's like when you're behind and you're like i gotta get this out. I didn't have time in the kid. Was this dog. Got and this. And that. And all. And i'm like oh okay i don't need sleep feel bad for everyone but yourself and then you're mad in the middle of something like fuck them bitches. He's sleeping and i'm here editing. This amount of here. That's not fair. That's not fair not what's happening to them but what's happening to. You is not fair right. But i am saying this is. This is very therapeutic. What we're doing right here is it feels good. Do you guys feel. They're going to have to wrap it up a little bit. Because we have to talk about pod fest as we close. Oh as we've been we haven't actually talked about what we're doing for their she. Podcast minicars true which is happening a few days from when this episode coz live so the whole entire thing starts on march first..
The Black Ones
"march first" Discussed on The Black Ones
"That i hope you enjoyed the show. Thank you all made you laugh if i make you laugh. Hope i mean somebody else left us with you but my health tip advice that i want to give to you out there very simple nothing glamorous but if you have hard time eating losing weight for breakfast just eat yogurt. Lots of varieties different flavors. That's it very simple. It eliminates a lot of confusion. And it's healthy for you. You don't have to get the greed kind so people think if you get greek with no calories whatsoever you have to go that route. No just get yogurt. Ma motto to shit has a taste good. You have to at least enjoy it every morning. You dr yogurt startled by doing it very simple. And if you don't work up period you find yourself sedentary during covert you move no more stand up where you're at it. Just fucking do jumping jacks. That's it very simple right now. You sit down to couch. stand up. do jumping jacks. And if he can't do jumping. Jacks bad knees walk. You don't want to leave the house. Walk in the fucking circle. Walk down the street and back. Just walk you gotta move. And that is my health tip to you. But i want to say man positively to love. Keep spreading this shit. I'm gonna keep on reiterating that because we need more love in this world in less hate took people spreading shit like motherfucking bias. In for you out there still struggling through this cove. Nineteen financially strapped eating ramen noodles every month. Fuck day hanging there. Waiting on a stimulus checks. They're on the way mido march in march first week april. They'd be on the way to help you out if you got any fucking thing to say about that. Shame on you just because you don't eat them fucking checks. Shame on you but anyways you either take care. Keep washing your mother fucking social distancing yo ass wherein you fucking mask in take nothing less than persevere. I'll be back next week. God bless you all..
Thoroughbred Racing Radio Network
"march first" Discussed on Thoroughbred Racing Radio Network
"I went to merlin with guilt went. When new york close went to merle mcgill pointers. Were six weeks because they there was no race in in jersey and new york didn't open till march first so i went that winner. Meet to buoy with guilt brandis. Not that meat that you're looking at the when the bug nineteen seventy a one and I almost got me in a real jackpot. Gil brandt when the lease was up a couple of days before the lease was charlie. Cocoa brought a couple of horses to dover downs. And he says you know you're going to be back with me in another few days. I want you go. Rhino sources at dover downs tonight. So i drove all the way over. Downs and charlie wasn't there. But i walk in jacksonville and the credit scales is What you doing. I ride charlie. Goco whatever you don't ride away. Which are the cocoa. I said yeah. I do jolly called me You know this is before cell phones and all that Guilt plaintiffs call. It told me i wasn't allowed to go. And he had my contract the so he down there and said when black comes in the room on the home he rides for me ago louis tomorrow and riding tonight and tomorrow telling the go home charlie. Cocoa didn't know that and charlie. I didn't ride the horse. They got in touch with charlie and charlies. That called me the jocks room. Whatever it was that next day he says when your lease is up with guilt plaintiffs you make sure you come up to new york. I got a string of horses up there. And you'll be gallup boy for the next six weeks until garden state opens as charlie couldn't ride doors. He says well you shouldn't have drove down there and you should go back to apprentice and written for him the next day. You couldn't ride my horse. I so i went to the side. I'm going to be gathered for six weeks with the bug. So i went to new york. March.
"march first" Discussed on Career Relaunch
"Constantly have the ability to learn different technologies. Different things that. I can do and grow in that way. That's yeah it's both the fear and the excitement because you're always a little nervous. Hey am i an imposter in this situation. Am i going to be able to keep my head above water. What if the job. I get is to advance you. Know how am. I going to keep up but you just gotta keep reminding yourself. You made it this far you know. You've you've learned so much already. You just gotta believe it's gonna keep carrying you through on that note. I would like to wrap up with what you're doing now and i know you just got some news. Could you tell me a little bit more about what's next for you. Yes since we last talked zip code hosts this power interview. Week at the end of the cohort on for all the students who graduated and they helped to set up interviews with their hiring partners which are financial institutions in the area and their students. And luckily i was offered a job actually buy one of those institutions so right now i'm just going through signing the paperwork and i should be starting at that new company on march first. Congratulations fantastic news that's I know that when we last spoke. I think you hadn't quite even graduated zip code and now fast forward to today and you've got a job offer hands. That's great news. That's fantastic and i'm just so grateful really. I can't believe it. I feel like my whole life has changed absolutely well. I just wanted to thank you so much for telling us more about your former life. As a flight attendant and the steps you took proactively to pivot into coding. And also the importance of listening to yourself and paying attention to what truly excite you. And i think you're absolutely right about the fact that this is a really good time to reevaluate. What truly matters. And you've certainly reminded us of that. So the best of luck with your role and congratulations again on finishing up.
Say What Needs Saying
"march first" Discussed on Say What Needs Saying
"Because i want other people to learn. It's not just black people that come to my page. It's not just people in america that comes to my page so black black history month is needed for those that. Don't do it all year long than you have other races looking at wanting to learn and all eight and now they're getting websites they need to because again more people are active black history in february and when they're not active they can come to my page march first. And we're gonna march i. I'm gonna feature because it's women's history month in march so i'm gonna feed feature agan. Decided what it's gonna be but it's of course it's going to be black women but when they want black history all year long they can come to my page or other pages or other apps or things like that but i enjoy black. Thank you for sharing car letter. Definitely appreciate data granted from ceo. Nieves saying what what what. What are your thoughts of what karla was speaking about. What's almost exactly what. I would echo black history month this level of separation just dictating. Its day and i didn't know it was only for week initially given given day or given this month in february or these other demographics have their own this day months to me. It's natural for america. Naturally separate a senator things almost in the fabric. But if you look at like if you average american what this young pour me. They have no idea what that what that day is. What does it signify for the people that it means something to. It means the world to them for black history month. It wasn't meant for everybody in america. Understand who marcus. Garvey was to understand who sydney putting not their job in my in my head history as a whole has been made for the people to understand and to grow from it. Many jewish demographics. Have that same idea where you use your history to better themselves push themselves further who i think for the basis of black history month is for us..
"march first" Discussed on CincyBrewcast
"Example. I can think of it's around here. But how many you know. I don't know if it's obviously if it was buffalo wild brewery with that same logo just with like a a beer glass or something. It probably wouldn't do as well as if it was. Give it another name. Something else that you know kind of masquerades as a craft brewery and then they kind of get like. That's that's where my mind goes. Is that the chains. I hope none of them are listening but these conversations have to be happening with some of them..
"march first" Discussed on CincyBrewcast
"I went outside and made smoked guacamole perfect example for them for the super bowl. I literally cut avocados and having took him out there and smoke them and then smoked corn and the publicity to make not be straight up like spend an hour like getting things ready to make a hot dog on a freaking traeger. A throw it in the microwave anymore. The best hotdogs never had it so good so you guys if we can get back in march first or not so What burn you guys. The the news broke Little while back about March i would burn becoming part of the same family which is also the family of fig-leaf in Talk a little bit about how that kind of factors into this. Bigger picture of who you guys are and who you're becoming. It's weird as we sit here in this room. When i started here three years ago. And this was the whole company right and now You know we have this cathedral of a taproom out front that we put our heart and soul into constructing and then as soon as we were done with that partnership happened and that fold came in and now we have that amazing taproom and as these. I don't wanna say opportunities but it is right like like would burn came up and and before before we get too far into into would burn talking about like that. You know when this was what this place was so the first time i sat down here and and did a show the week before i think the taproom opened up we were sitting there at the bar and the idea of taproom almost was just. Oh we have a taproom but it's here because people are telling us we have to have. It wasn't really part of what this was all about very quickly that changed yup and then it kept changing and it kept changing and has just been this huge snowball of of of change for what march i is. We've very quickly. When march i open. I wasn't here. I came in the planning stages for the other taproom. And but i think it has to speak to that like mindset like the whole brewing business in cincinnati changed right about as march first. I think was the thirty second brewery or thirty fed. Have to like look at them. Have a list. I think it was right right around the mid thirties. And we sit here. Now with seventy or sixty sixty six on how you count something crazy like that in the metro area and we realized very very quickly that distribution wasn't gonna float the boat so we needed to make a destination and create Environment where people would come in and drink are beer here because the shelves even now when they're crazy competitive then you've got other people coming in from out of town right like in columbus. All of us in columbus brewing is here in there just throwing bangers on the shelves like you know i. It's it's it's so hard to stand out on the shelves at coming into this as as as a new brewery so we realized very quickly. Obviously the tap room's were play for us for long term success so to build a taproom. That was comfortable that people would want to come to. It's it's also crazy that you can have the best beer in the world and the best beer in the world is on a shelf somewhere sitting on a shelf somewhere in that you know you can go around here and beers that people use to to flock to be zombie duster or whatever. It is sits on the shelf now hop slam sits on a shelf goes to close out because people aren't buying like the there's so much happening on shelves in stores that That world is is different now like it's not always just about what it's not about the liquid in a any package anymore. It's about this other bigger thing of what of why people go to breweries are wiping drink. Craft beer in a world where you know you talk about craft beer changing or cincinnati craft beer changing the that's not even factoring a pandemic world into that right now. Now we've entered into this other phase of existence where you know maybe people are just going to kroger buying groceries grabbing a six pack of beer and then going home and they're if they're getting their craft beer they're getting other ways or there just stopping at one taproom and picking up here to go and like it's it's it's a strange world down Having having multiple tap room's that are in different parts of town that have different personalities. How does that factor into today's world of craft beer. It's a very big question. Like i'm just trying to the profound this of it is is. I don't even know the answer to that. Question having the having multiple tap room's Really we don't wanna see a neighborhood lose its brewery right so if for whatever reason like if we were to to go out right if march i was done i would hope that like the people that are that love to come here would be able to come here with whoever else owned this before and had not. Have you know a furniture store or something like that in here. Old fire houses one of the places that has closed that nothing has moved in there. Maybe because he still wants to open a backup whatever. Sure it's one of those places that i think that craft brewery did so much for the area that it was that somebody hasn't slid into that it. Just i i look at it. That breaks my heart to see that. What that brewery meant for that the neighborhood even that town case. Yeah and the fact that it is just sitting there idle. Just it's heartbreaking. Did he is and when you think about like we were talking about how we knew the distribution wasn't the play. They were everywhere. Yeah like they were destroying everywhere and it didn't sustain them Yeah that's a perfect example. Of like. I just i we as as these Breweries they phase out and they don't work out. We have an amazing team. We have an amazing back office staff. We have Awesome leadership and as we can You know help sustain craft brewing in that you know in in walnut hills not that holy cow esoteric. Just a monster is in the beer from the jump. Will we went down there for industry opening. Yeah i mean it's really hard. We all know this as Individuals have been in the industry for awhile that opening up the doors and having every single. Beer be fundamentally solid and still like make you want to think about right like only fundamentally solid. It's just it's a delicious and well-balanced beer like that shit blew me out of like blew. My mind was so good. We had a great time there. They were super nice to us. As well and i mean tapper was great the experience experiences. Great the great and the beer was even better. Yeah so like to have walnut hills like have like lose would burn like would be sad so we have..
"march first" Discussed on CincyBrewcast
"Josh. Crushes the yeah. He's not here today. That's that's why we have to shut the does not do well in eight inches of snow. He lives out like to an he said us. A photo in his car is nile park in the street. He got crust. So yeah it's it's fun to me to see a place like this that can I mean not that it's not. It's really thinking outside the box. I mean let's coverage determined in general but like it just makes sense like it's just it's it seems so it just makes sense like if if you're distilling. Why wouldn't you wrap it into the brewing side. And if you've got a brewings why wouldn't you at least dabble insider. Why wouldn't you play around with with seltzer whitney like it. All just it seems very Very common sense to me but yet nobody. Nobody plays around with the way you guys do. And that that's fun to watch and fund to fund experience drinker because i think that As you know craft beer geeks which i think the majority of people that listen to the show or are you know sometimes you get afraid of the other stuff you get afraid of you know going outside of your comfort zone and and maybe trying zelter or booze or whatever. It is and Having a place that you can go to the that's a brewery and you have your your your beer that you you're comfortable with but you can kinda play outside the lines a little bit and try other stuff too. That's that's that's exciting. That's fun that gets you into other things. It does and we like a lot of time. I'll drop something on. Brian's plate like we had our our proved event last week we had a bunch of just a table tasting tasting tables where you could come and taste our spirits and went to brian. I dunno like six weeks ahead. And i'm like handy. Four bottles of spirits veteran fused. Yeah yeah and. I'm like test batch. Something go. He comes to my office one day and he's like blueberry donut blueberry with blueberry doughnut whiskey pink lemonade vodka. Coconut cream pineapple rum and rubio schnapps like go all of a sudden they all like exist right and he's like working and he's like what do you think of this this house this house this and i don't know what we got ripped one day perks of the job you act like some of the stuff is just like a Like i wanna make this. I'm gonna make it like it's a longer process than that with a lot of these things though right. Like how playing with rip your schnapps for right. Yeah we have. sometimes it's impulsive like with versus example. Especially when it's like these events that are a lot smaller scale for like we both have the luxury to balance ideas off each other and get really creative like the the last proof that we had a blackberry sage. Oh was super good. That sounds good for corn pink. Pepper corn impeach peach. There's stuff like that. That like isn't necessarily scalable because a true infusion but and it's doesn't cater to every single demographic but it was. It was fun for us. This one. this round was more for like things that we can scale up and things that we could possibly see ourselves making in the later part to this year in kind of doing it in a large scale. So those logical us walking in which was what would gives to the point that you said that that one like those those examples take a little bit longer to to lead up to what percentage of the things that you guys play around with are just those kind of spur of the moment. Can we do this. What would this be like versus like big long term projects that you're just trying to dial in to try to figure out if it's something that is scalable so i'd say in like my younger years here. Everything was not with the intent to scale but as we've grown and kind of Experienced successes with with these products that were tasked batching and whatnot. It's kind of that's always an intention is to be able to scale it right. Yeah it's it's exciting as a as as somebody who is just really geeky about drinking drunk is that what you would call that alcohol enthusiasts as somebody who just really into Into drinks and drinking culture and the products that come around that This is just such a fun place and it just feels it feels good and it feels It feels very natural the way you guys do it too. Like there's there are other places that when they come out with a product feels A product to feeling that That's been run through fourteen different focus groups to figure out exactly what it's supposed to taste like and yet it's good but like it doesn't feel just doesn't feel natural and everything that comes out of here still feels like a brewery like craft brewery. There's something about that that craft side of it that i think a lot of bigger places are starting to lose a little bit. It makes sense. Yeah absolutely and we have for example. This proved event wasn't the best example like i stated but we still do a stout blowout event every year and we do a site or palooza then every year and there's definitely examples in those lineups that aren't meant to be scaled up like we did one of our more notorious ones as an everything bagel style which tasted like an everything bagel. I mean it's not something. I want to drink a growler of or maybe even a pint of but but again. That's the other side of craft beer like sheriff fun side of just you. You go into a place to try things that you've never had before the Maybe because it's it's weird or because you don't want to drink a ton of what was The fifth they did a A garlic something or other for urban when they first started doing bewilder fast whenever you're beers and there was like a garlic beer. Somebody did some kind of like cheese. Something there was just really off the wall stuff that was. That was a horrible like so horrible that it was so fun to try is what they said. It was right like what they're shooting for and the urban on the beer side is is notorious for doing some stuff like that to that just just because they can they do it. And it's like a good example for them. I don't know if they plan on pickle being this big thing that it is now they definitely didn't pickled goes it tastes like pickle juice and it's amazing. I'm telling you the beer can chicken with pickle. Ooh i've never had that. I haven't done it yet either. But it's on the list for the summer is to get a canape goal and do beer can chicken over it genius and let it ride. You gotta get your pickle now. Yeah because they're not releasing again. The summer everything. I understand the christmas pickle. the leftover. yeah i need. There is still some at jungle gym. I saw out. I don't know about pickle and chicken now. Brian are chicken. Wings at home and pickle juice okay and i will put them against anybody. They're so good so we need to have a chicken wing showdown. Now i'm in. Let's close we can get a tracker to. Let's try and go off a whole tangent triggers and the ties of smoking food with craft beer the way that the minds that of how things work. It's the best. It's the only way to cook food. We've i even this time of year. It gets cold outside. And i'm like scraping a foot of snow off of the grill. Trying to you know. Make something really stupid. That would just two minutes inside on the stove and smoke it. It was twelve degrees.
"march first" Discussed on CincyBrewcast
"Gentlemen boys and girls. I'm denarlie this is since he threw cast the voices sends craft. I'm i'm really really killing grumpy right now. What i'm trying not to be I've been. I'm not annoyed that you guys. I met march first because they saved my life tonight. Thank you guys. We got your back. We'll turn this around home I mean i'm not gonna go too deep into a should but i'm not going to go too deep into it. I had a show scheduled on the other side of town Miles and miles away from here There was an epic snowstorm last night. You guys all know that you saw the snow there was like i don't know depending on where you're at nine ten inches of snow that you had to scrape off your car. Took the day off. Work to record a nice show across town with a brewery that Could use some good pr and some good Storytelling and cleared off my car cleared by schedule drove across town. And there was nobody there to record the show with me. Because i i i don't know i don't know stood up so Got grumpy drank. A couple beers stayed grumpy after drinking those beers. We'll put it that way and put out the call on social media for somebody to save my life and helped me make a show tonight and you guys answered the call We're so happy happy to be here. I am eternally grateful. Always to you guys coming through when i need you to To help me and I'm always happy to sit here and have a drink because you guys have some really great stuff appreciate happy to have you here. I i will say Before i talk about what. I'm drinking right now. I think you can find quotes of me saying that. I do not like belgian style beers. You didn't know that when you selected this. i did But i did. I have said that. I don't like belgian style beers but then every time i've had a belgian style beers since then i've really really enjoyed it so i think that i do like them but for some reason in my head i still think that i don't like them but I'm drinking double chin dual dual chen And it's fantastic it. It packs all of that Big kind of belgian character but stays drinkable. The which i guess kind of is is that your uh your thing. Trainable three couples. Ohio's drinkable crafts. Still up on the on the girder in the back of In the back taproom. I'll speak to that beer a little bit just because it's one of the favorite things that i've ever brewed real. I mean i mean so like. I'm probably similar you. Where do i like belgian beer. I know i like belgian beer. But i'm very selective when it comes to belgian beer brewed that with the spirit the intent to kind of like hit characteristics that universal to to other styles as well. So it's not just the one belgian the clove clover the the the banana or the the other characteristics. That could come with it right. I will say that like in our in our production planning meetings. I fought against belgium. Because i don't i'm with you. I don't like belgians. Like i don't like especially like trials and stuff like that like i just feel like. They're so maybe my experience with them is pretty limited but i typically don't like belgian beer so obviously i got outranked when it came to that And i love this one. Like i'm about it. We kind of snuck this one into the production schedule as well. It was kind of like. Oh we've got like kind of a hole like no one's really like given the green light for a for a belgian especially like a doable or a double however you want to say but it was kinda like well. We ordered the ingredients yard. You guys have in correct me. If i'm wrong here. You have a little bit of freedom here with how many things are going on march first to kind of sneak in some fun little like that from time to time that i think other places may not have i think we're we're blessed to have obviously the production facility that freeze this area up to bruce some wild stuff like this was one of those things and and Especially with the all the different lines. So we order somebody ingredients for like You know the honey whiskey. That just came out all this honey. So i started making. You know bee's knees cocktails behind the bar with it and and those types of things that allow us to do Small test batches of things in all of our lines. It's we're not just making beer. So we'll order ingredients for a whisky and then somehow full those into a beer or a seltzer. Or you know we'll get experience those agrees to where it's like a will open those channels and those relationships with suppliers and we'll have maybe an extra gallon or two behind the bar or like after production and then it allows like you said us to kind of get a little bit creative without as much risk involved opens up this whole big world to especially when you start diving into cocktails and things like that of the things that you guys can do here that other places. Maybe some other places can do. But just don't they don't think about. I don't like you guys. Seems like are always thinking about all of these different pieces and how they relate to each other feel like i could be wrong and i may get an email about being wrong but i feel like a lot of the places that are brewery distilleries. Brewery is a feel like they keep everything really separate and they're like these different machines operating kind of close to each other but you guys it. It overlaps a lot and even the different locations a fig-leaf for march i and soon to be wood-burning The way all of those kind of overlap each other and become part of the same thing but still have their own personality. I think is really really interesting in something that we were not seeing yet in cincinnati. Besides here we've tried to make that a habit even like going through in aging like the imperial stout in our own bourbon barrels right. Like that's not. A lot of people can do can do that so for us to have that flexibility even from that simple an example of using our own barrels to age are beer and using then that barrel to then age bourbon again for the stout cast bourbon. I mean yeah for sure. Like all of those pieces have to coincide for us to be to deliver the experience that we do in the tap. Room's how do you keep control over all of that in in like a Maybe logistical way of of understanding. Everything that's going on and how it can relate to each other and kind of keeping it from you know not going off the rails and tearing self apart spreadsheets and a lot of conversation. Yeah we we have a rigid friday morning. Which is the worst for me. Who's on the service side of things like friday mornings the worst When we're trying to get ready for the weekend but we have a rigid friday morning meeting. And from that spurs other meetings right like you know. The president of the company is is in that meeting with us and he meets with all the department heads and then we make a plan and then it's up to us then as managers to fulfill that plan and we there's been some stuff that's volunteer. Clap the cracks for sure But we've been where got a good team i think. That's that's the testament to is is between the two of us Josh bath you all these guys like we have talent at every level That you talented. Every level plus josh plus josh.
The Troy Farkas Show
"march first" Discussed on The Troy Farkas Show
"So yes it's true. I am leaving connecticut. I have reasons why. I will share those as the week. Takedown ury can't say yet but march first and around that area. I will be able to share everything. This can't quite yet but that's it for today. Show remember you can always subscribe to the trademark the show wherever it is that you get your podcast. Tele friends that you liked to show. You can leave a comment on apple podcast. Leave me a review. Tell me what you think you can hit me up in my. Dm's in my text messages. I hope you enjoy that episode. I'm going to be doing a lot. More things of that nature where i'm sharing more of myself with the world. That is when i feel that. I am at light best. When i am sharing things when i'm creating things when i am just connecting with people beyond myself this is what fills me up. This is what makes me happy. This is what would i live for. I've always felt that. I am at my absolute best in that my absolute happiest when i'm performing i'm sharing something with the world. I do think that despite being in my fifth year on this earth. I do have some things to share. I do have some things. I want to say and i want to share them with. You also expect this to happen. A lot. More often going forward. Thank you for listening to the troy. Farkash show. I hope you all have a great weekend. Filled with friends filled with exercise new adventures. I know you can't do as much as you would like to right now because of the pandemic but i hope you can find some peace and solace in some time for reflection time for asking yourself a lot of the questions that that i ask the people on this podcast that i ask myself on a regular basis so i hope you'll get some time for that and maybe you write a love letter of your own whether it's to a person a place. Whatever as valentine's day is upon us you don't need to have a partner to show love to show. Everyone loves all the time we maybe. We don't need a special day for this but oftentimes we just do need reminders. From time to time to do things more often think valentine's day serves as a reminder to spread love. Show love give everyone love even if they don't deserve it give them even more love. That's kind of how. I how i view things in life so i hope you'll have a great weekend a great valentine's day peace and love. Everyone had already begun..