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Remembering Flory Jagoda, Who Preserved Sephardic Jewish Music And Language
"Goethe worked hard to preserve the music and language she inherited from her Sephardic Jewish ancestors in Europe. She was best known for writing a panic, a song that became a favorite around the world. Which I actually recorded with the band Pink martini. What some Candelas, Florida go to died last month at age 97 in Alexandria, Virginia. NPR's Anastasia. It's focus has this remembrance Flory Jagoda was born in Sarajevo were her family had lived for generations. They were descendants of Jews who were expelled from Spain in 14 92. At home. She spoke Latino, the language of their Sephardic Jewish community. She sang and played accordion and learn music from her grandmother. Must thank you. It must. Florida. Goethe was a teenager. When World War two began her stepfather put her on a train to Italy under a false Christian name. He told her to play her accordion as a distraction. She enchanted the conductor so much that he failed to ask for her ticket. Later, she was sure that the music had saved her life. She fell in love with an American soldier and moved to the US decades later, she learned that most of her family in Bosnia had died together near their home as she told the U. S. Holocaust Memorial Museum in the 1995 interview. Her family was thrown into a mass grave, including her grandmother, her beloved nonna off them. 42 people. You wanna No one is bachelor. Babies. Oh, All the songs. Culture in the United States. She performed and taut and later she mentored other musicians like Susan got to, But for a long time, Gaeta says, there was no Sephardic music or Latino in Florida. Goethe is life. You got his parents who had survived the Holocaust had also moved to the United States and her mother couldn't bear to be reminded of the past. She didn't want to sing a Sephardic song until her mother and father passed away. But when Florida Goethe decided to share her traditions again, there was no stopping her. As she told the U. S Holocaust Memorial Museum. All the songs she wrote and performed were for the family. She had lost every song that I've written about holidays, it's all about them. They're with me. They're with my Children. They're with my audience. That was Florida. Goto's legacy, Honest as its focus. NPR NEWS, New
The art of SEO with Stephan Spencer
"Tell us a little bit about how much things have changed. It's been quite a journey. Free has been a journey for all of us but Alan on this wild ride. That wasn't just an internet business journey. It was a personal transformation. Johnny to i'll. I'll get to that in a minute but from an internet marketing perspective. Yeah things have changed a lot. I remember using web position. Gold and thinking. Wow this is really having to make a separate version for every one of these search engines of the same content just feels really nikki to me and and wasteful and stupid and. I just did not like doing that. And didn't do much of it because they hated it so much and thankfully that was something that just got became irrelevant when google came along when Actually when backrub came line which became google. Can you believe that was the name of of kids to their dorm room looking to name things. Funny thing names you know so. I just fell in love with google and wanted to figure out how to reverse engineer it and at the time we were building ecommerce websites as the primary business but baking. Seo into those websites became a fiction of ours and and for me in particular and then i realized that there are a lot of other kinds of websites out there and bigger businesses who would never hire a small agency to build an ecommerce site for them. Because maybe it's a huge brand like target dot com or something so we wanted to offer audits and standalone seo consultancy services beyond just making it into an ecommerce website build and That was back in two thousand or so two thousand two thousand and one and We've been cash. it's been It's been a long road and there've been a lot of google updates and it's not about chasing after the latest update. It's like driving a car using only the rear view mirror. If that's the case and my thet ford to the future of future proofing year Your business and Online business your website and so that would involve things like a and Scalable strategies things of course need to be pearly white hat not just pretty white hat and is to be you know super super white and stuff that you're comfortable sharing with google engineers and saying here's what i'm doing if there's anything you're at all not comfortable with you should reevaluate something. You are happy to to show off to google engineer or Be happy for your competitor. Discover when they're reverse engineering what you're up to in terms of seo than yeah you should reevaluate it. You've said you've mentioned reverse engineering a lot in the first couple minutes of this help take part of reverse of your career has reverse engineering big. Sounds like it's a big. Yeah so i figured out at pretty early stage in in my business career that i could not just reverse engineer google's algorithm but kind of Put a middleware layer between my clients website and the greater internet and thus i could Kind of search and replace real time things that were not search engine optimized on the core website but i would like to search engine optimize it and serve it up to and needed a proxy kind of middleware layer in order to do that. Because if i were to do that on the Let's say blue martini. If you remember that platform install it would take many minds. And maybe a million dollars to implement the changes that i wanted to see on the live site and so i invented a proxy reverse proxy technology Back in two thousand and three called gravity stream and that actually became the majority revenue producing component or part of the agency and a. It was a big reason why i was able to sell the agency in two thousand and ten because that was Like majority of the revenue was performance based pricing. We had client for example. zappa's We charge seven figures in Pay for performance Spend in a year's time because we were generating that much value for them. We charged on a cost per click basis. Fifteen cents a click so everybody wanted to sign up because folks who doesn't want pay for performance if you don't get the performance you don't get the value you don't pay for it so we bring that back down to kind of our core audience which is really people that are just learning about see. Oh just trying to understand how to get better at seo. What can they do at their level. What kind of things would make sense for them to try to reverse engineer without these big multi million dollar tools. Is there something they can do as as new people to really help them totally leverage yeah totally just off the cuff. Some examples here just doing a simple. Google search can help you to reverse engineer. Let's say what buzzfeed is doing in order to get so many links and and so much Click through nee click throughs. It's the the hook and the headline. That's kind of their secret sauce. They have the pick really good Images and they write the articles. Well and you know come up with great quizzes and all that as well but really it starts with the hook and then the headline and if you want to reverse engineer what they're doing as inspiration to raise your own viral content link worthy of viral content. So that you can get like they get. You might put in your topic. Plus site colin buzzfeed dot com in as a google search. And see what comes up as The articles and and the headlines if you want to get a little fancier with it you could do in title colon and then the topic. There's no space after the coal by the way so entitled colon plumbing for example if you're plumber and then site colon buzzfeed dot com. It's so simple. And yet you're aren being essentially ripping off in duplicating But i like. I said with using it as inspiration not copy and paste so. Let's actually do that. Site colon buzzfeed dot com and then in title colon plumbing or vice versa. Doesn't matter the order can do entitled i or cyclone i seven expert plumbing tips to keep in mind. This thanksgiving The race is on for plumbing at the push of a button. What was thanksgiving interesting. Yeah i was going to blow in me to wait a minute plumbing. I'm worried about his thanksgiving is the aftermath. But that's besides okay so anyways you you get the idea that you can find what for whatever topic it is. Unless it's super super nisha. Could let's say you want to write about hurricanes entitled colin hurricane or entitled colin hurricanes and then say cohen buzzfeed dot com buzzfeed dot com. I is my favorite kind of goto a place to reverse engineer. What they're doing in terms of their their hooks and headlines but there's also viral nova distract defy board panda up worthy a lot of these viral sites that get tons and tons of traffic and you just are looking for
Trump threatens to not sign COVID-19 bill, wants bigger stimulus cheques
"Speaking of holiday cheer. After seven months of roiling congressional negotiations congress passed a landmark relief deal. Everybody got on the same page. The seem to be a problem that was solved and then last night. President trump sent a tweet. The bill they are now planning to send back to. My desk is much different than anticipated. It really is a disgrace so aiysha. This was not an explicit veto threat. But it kind of was and the president made this after the bill had already been passed. What exactly does he want here. Yes so the president is asking for explicitly asking for a bigger payments Stimulus payments for individuals two thousand dollars for individuals. Four thousand dollars for couples He also said he wanted The tax break that was brought back in this Bill to last for longer than what is in the bill. Right now This tax break is known as the three martini. Lunch tax break by critics of who say that it benefits you know executives more than it will benefit struggling restaurants but those are some of the things he also raise these concerns about other things being in the bill not seemingly acknowledging that this isn't just a covert relief package but this is a a spending bill. It's the the relief package is coupled with the spending bill that funds the entire government. Right right. I mean these. These are programs that the president asked for his own budget months ago and programs that he has signed previous annual spending bills mean things like money for the military more money for the military money for military. Pay raises an endeared. Your we talked about this a lot but it's worth just emphasizing one. More time as the president comes out and tries to blow this up. After the bill had passed after congress has left town he was absolutely totally disengaged from these negotiations for the last few months right. I mean really. That's been the president's mo during his entire first term. I mean he. He has not really engaged that much with congress. He left the negotiations on this cove. Relief bill as he had in previous covid relief packages to his treasury secretary steven mnuchin and republicans on the hill were given the assurances that the administration was signed onto this package. And and it's it's really worth pointing out that. The the party that the president is undercutting the most here is republicans because he comes out and says i want two thousand dollar relief checks for every american republicans had negotiated this down to six hundred dollars and it was interesting. You saw a house speaker. Nancy pelosi say right right after. This video came out great. Yeah let's do two thousand dollar relief checks. I'm all for it yes. A president trump is sort of acting a bit like a grinch for republicans right. He's still in there Christmas a deal at this point. It seems like he's very angry with republicans in general and not just about this issue but really about the overall him feeling like they're not backing in his reelection bid. Right now backing. You mean saying that we're going to overturn the results of an election that oven election. Yes of an election that that happened. It seems like he's angry at them so now he's calling out you know different. Republicans whether it's senator john thune. Who's a top republican in the senate You know calling out mitch mcconnell so i it seems like this was president trump. We don't know whether he will actually veto or not but saying look i'm still the president i can still. You know demand attention and i can gum up. The works abet teardrop. Do you have any sense how this could play out going forward. I mean given that now you have democrats running in the special election in georgia. You have the house speaker saying yet. We've been pushing for bigger payments. Let's do two thousand dollars like what. What are the options going forward. And and what are the deadlines that we need to think about. I mean i think what we're looking at is a couple of deadlines one is tomorrow. The house will come in and has what. It's called a pro forma session which is really just usually like housekeeping day over the holidays. But what they're going to do tomorrow is try to pass a bill calling the president's plan and say we would like consent to increase the stimulus check payments to two thousand dollars like the president said we would expect the a house republican to object
What airlines, other industries got in $900B relief bill
"Or next guest. Points this out. Tax payers are putting up almost five hundred thousand dollars for each laid off airline worker to have three months of employment while cooks and waiters. Get nothing in other words. Airlines are outranking restaurants in relief. Money don't oh sarah. Bloomberg opinion columnist joins us now. Joe did thought go into this or was it a simple matter of the airline lobby being more powerful than the restaurant lobby well. They're barely is a restaurant lobby that start there whereas airlines have been Staffed up you might want say for for many decades because airlines have had dealings with the federal government from many decades between the faa and you know various various airline regulations. I wanna sell for so so you know you start there. I mean restaurants are just just diffused organization. They're not large companies. And even you know restaurant chains. I mean putting mcdonald's aside You know in a city. Like new york danny meyer. Who is probably the best known restaurant tour in the city. You know he has maybe twenty restaurants and do that just doesn't give him the clout that the airline industry has even though they employ more people and even though there are people are really really hurting. So joe this is a column by comparing and contrasting the airline industry with the restaurant business so the restaurants. Obviously it is a you know. It's it's industry. Lots of independent operators historically has not been pushed to organize better this industry that is so important to many people's daily lives. Well is a restaurant lobby of sorts. the national restaurant association. But it doesn't seem to have a lot of clout For whatever reason after the pandemic After the first round of of a stimulus the ppp program There are a bunch of independent restaurant. Tours tried to start an organization called the independent restaurant coalition and they had a lot of success. They got they. Have they have a bill that would cost one hundred twenty billion dollars which is a lot of money and the idea. Is that instead of trying to do it like ppp. You know the restaurant industry would be get money. Based on last year's revenues pre pre pandemic revenues and and believe it or not. The bill passed the house in october. Actually by quite quite a large margin it had more than fifty co sponsored in. The senate bipartisan but in the senate is run by one guy and his name is mitch mcconnell and he was more interested in that three martini lunch tax break which he claims. We'll help restaurants but no one in the restaurant. Industry seems to think it will make much difference at least not in a short term. I mean at the very least if people start flying again. They will need to go out for runs at their destination. But it's gonna be a long time before people really start flying in numbers again joe particularly since the vaccines aren't out there yet. So you know what is the thinking behind. This was going to thank the. There's two things going on here. the first is that that airlines You know they will be bringing people back to work. It's easier to give money to a large company that can do one thing that can bring fifteen thousand people back to work. They can bring twenty thousand people back to work. It's easier whereas You know giving money to restaurants is kind of a messy your proposition. Because they're all so. Many of them are so small. And it'll be you know there's that but the thing you have to remember about restaurants it's not just a place to eat. Every major city in the united states restaurants are at the core of vibrancy and their downtown area. And you know if you're going to build a new suburban area it's going to be built in large part around restaurants. I mean they play a hugely important role in the life of cities and so ignoring restaurants is really a dan damaging america's cities and. That's what breaks my heart about this more than anything else. So what's the i guess. The fate of the us restaurant. I if you will. I mean these. I'm going to call them. Individually owned mama. Pop if you will. But you know the the non chain owned restaurants. The numbers were seeing in not just new york city but a kind of across the country are staggering in terms of how many are likely have gone out of business are likely to go out of business. How bad is it going to get a hundred and ten thousand estimated to have gone out of business in the us. That's a lot you walked. I mean look. I'm a new yorker so i walked on the streets of new york city and you just see them closed up everywhere You know some of them will survive. There's certainly will. There are restaurants that will survive. There's there's no question about that. Some of them have learned to shift to take out Even even at the very high end i get. I get a notice from Daniel baalu who's one of the great chefs in america. Saying you know. Get get our christmas dinner for you. Know seventy five dollars will drop it off at your house that kind of thing so you know. Some restaurants will survive. But i think what you're going to see is that when the pandemic and and people can start going to restaurants again You'll see a lot fewer restaurants and it will take. I think generation for restaurants to build up to where they were just because there'll be so little capital left in the industry
What airlines, other industries got in $900B relief bill
"Is help for the airline industry in the pandemic release build again hasn't been signed yet by the president but is out there. Our next guest points this out, taxpayers are putting up almost $500,000 for each laid off airline worker to have three months of employment while cooks and waiters get nothing. In other words, airlines air outranking restaurants in relief money. Jonah Sarah Bloomberg opinion columnist joins us Now Joe did thought, go into this. Or was it a simple matter of the airline lobby being more powerful than the restaurant lobby? Well, they're barely is a restaurant lobby. Let's start there. Whereas airlines have been, um Taft up. You might want to say for many decades because airlines have had dealings with the federal government from that many decades between the FAA and, um You know, various various airline regulations and so on and so forth. So so you know you start there. I mean, restaurants are just is just defused. Organization. They're not large companies and even you know, restaurant chains. I mean, putting McDonald's aside, you know, in a city like New York, you know Danny Meyer. It was probably the best known restaurant tour in the city. You know, he has maybe 20 restaurants. And that just doesn't give them the clout that the airline industry has, even though they employ more people. And even though their people are really, really hurting, So, so this is a searing column by you kind of comparing and contrasting the airline industry with the restaurant business. So the restaurant's obviously it is a you know it, Z. It's a diffuse industry. Lots of independent operators historically has had not been a push to kind of organize better this industry that it's so important to many people's daily lives. Where there is a restaurant lobby of sorts, the National Restaurant Association, but it doesn't seem to have a lot of clout for whatever reason, um after the pandemic. After the first round of stimulus, the P P p program, there are a bunch of independent restaurant towards tried to start an organization called the Independent Restaurant Coalition. And they had a lot of success. They got they have they have a bill that would cost $120 billion, which is a lot of money, And the idea is that instead of trying to do it, like the P P p You know, the restaurant industry would get money based on last year's revenues, pre pre pandemic revenues. And believe it or not. The bill passed the house in October. Actually, by quite a quite a large margin, it had more than 50. Sponsors in the Senate, bipartisan But, you know The Senate is run by one guy, and his name is Mitch McConnell, and he was more interested in that three martini martini lunch tax break with he claims will help restaurants. But no one in the restaurant industry seems to think it'll make much difference, at least not in the short term. I mean, at the very least of people start flying again, they will need to go out restaurants at their destination. But it's really a long time before people really start flying in numbers again, Joe, particularly since you know the vaccines are into out there yet so You know what is the thinking behind this? It was thinking there's there's two things. There's two things going on here. Um, uh, The first is that airlines Um You know they will be bringing people back to work. It's easier to give money to a large company that could do one thing that can bring 15,000 people back to work thing. Bring 20,000 people back to work. It's easier, whereas you know, giving money to restaurants is that is a kind of a messier proposition because they're all so many of them and they're so small and it will be. You know, there's that, But the thing you have to remember about restaurants, it's not just a place to eat. Every major city in the United States. Restaurants are at the core. Of their vibrancy and their downtown area. And you know, if you're gonna build a new suburban area, it's going to be built in large part around restaurants. They player hugely important role. In the life of cities. And so ignoring restaurant is really a damn damaging America's cities, and that's what breaks my heart about this more than anything else. So, Joe. I mean, what's the guess? The fate of the U. S restaurant, if you will. I mean, you know these, I'm gonna call them individually owned Mama Pop if you will, but you know that the non chain owned Restaurants. The numbers were seeing and not just New York City, but a kind of across the country are staggering In terms of Harmony or likely have gone out of business are likely to go out of business. How bad is it? Gonna get right? 110,000 are estimated to have gone out of business in the U. S. That's a lot you walked. I mean, and look, I'm a New Yorker. So I walked down the streets in New York City, and you just see them closed up everywhere. Um, you know, some of them will survive. You know, there certainly were. There are restaurants. It'll survive. There's no question about that. Some of them have learned to shift to take out. Even even if the very high end I get I get notices from Daniel Balu, who is one of the great chefs in America. You know, get get our Christmas dinner for $75. We'll drop it off at your house. That kind of thing. So the you know, some restaurant restaurants will survive. But I think what you're gonna see Is that when the pandemic ends, and people can start going to restaurants again, um you'll see a lot fewer restaurants and it will take. I think a generation for restaurants to build up to where they were. This because they'll be so little capital left in the industry. Right? And and you know, as we've been saying all week if you've seen your restaurant closed down if you've had to lay off stuff If you've worked for years to build up a successful restaurant, do you really have the fortitude? Never mind the capital. Actually startle that whole process again. So, Joe, I was listening to Carl Drega Donna speaking with the guys a little earlier on today, and he was talking about his better stake a scattergun approach than a rifle approach. And I'm paraphrasing. But in a sense, this is a rifle approach. Right? As you said, you could re employ a lot of people. If you target just even one airline, where is targeting restaurants is more scattered on. It's definitely a lot more difficult to put together. Absolutely that 100% And I think that the P p p p p experience. Excuse me. The P T P experience has not Been all that satisfactory for Congress. I mean, so many so many, uh, cos got left left out. Somebody felt like you know, larger companies got money that didn't really need it and so on and so forth. So it's really hard to put together a program that would work. I mean, I do think that the program the restaurant industry put together would have worked if had if it had been tried, But of course, we'll never know because it didn't get tried.
Viola Davis and Chadwick Boseman star in 'Ma Rainey'
"The enter chadwick. Boseman died of cancer in august at the age of forty three not long after he finished shooting the movie mall. Rainey's black bottom now streaming on netflix. The movie stars viola. Davis is the famous blue singer mall rainy and was adapted from august. Wilson's play our film critic. Justin chang says that boseman's final screen performance ranks among his very best. One reason chadwick boseman was such. An extraordinary actor was his ability to command the screen without hogging the spotlight. His presence was so quietly magnetic that even when he played real life. Heroes like jackie robinson and thurgood marshall or fictional ones like king to challa in black panther. He still seemed like the most self effacing of movie stars but boseman could also go big like when he took on james brown in the musical bio-pic get on up and gave his most electrifying performance. Until now it's devastating. That ma rainey's black bottom is the last new. Boseman movie will ever see this. Excellent adaptation of august wilson's nineteen eighty to play from the director george c wolfe and the screenwriter ruben. Santiago hudson is both a precious parting gift and a punch in the gut even more than get on up. Boseman holds nothing back. He emptied himself out onscreen. He plays levy a gifted and ambitious trumpet player struggling to forge his way in a white man's world or this case a white man's recording studio where most of the movie takes place. It's a sweltering hot day in nineteen twenty seven chicago in the pioneering southern blues singer ma rainey played by a superb viola. Davis is planning to record some of her most popular songs. Mas name may be in the place title. But she isn't the main narrative focus here much of the story unfolds while the four musicians in her band are waiting for her to show up at the studio. During the rehearsal session cutler the guitar and trombone player played by colman. Domingo wants to stick with their usual arrangement for a particular song but levy wants to use a new edgier version that he composed. It doesn't take long for the arguments to start and the egos to emerge. How's your name in. So i just played a piece whatever they want them. Criticizing the people's music like you. I got talent. Oh man is we tagged. My dad had a note. I was gonna turn out like the name mccabe. I'm going to give me a bad and make some shots. I don't give them instead of my. I wrote and he say going to let me record when i get my band together. I just got last part of song. I got stopped or everybody gets out there. And other keeping the same idea from the beginning in everybody got a game plan for all his outward swagger boseman later lays bare. The anguish beneath levies self-assured grin in a spellbinding monologue about his southern childhood. He reveals the acts of violence that were committed against his family by a gang of white men he's witnessed unspeakable horrors and fought hard for his shot at success. And he's not about to let anyone stand in his way not even marini herself when she finally shows up at the studio via davis who won an oscar for her work. In another wilson. Adaptation fences is magnificent. Here in the kind of full throated diva showcase. She's rarely taken on becoming more rainy. Required quite the transformation davis wears a padded rubber suit and sports. A mouthful of gold teeth and her vocals are supplied by the singer. Maxine lewis but the performance never feels needlessly. Flashy and davis is best moments are the ones in which she shows us. Ma rainey's anxious calculating side when she stops the recording session because no one's brought her the bottle of coke she always insists on before singing. She isn't just causing a fuss. Exactly what she's worth and how much power she commands in a predominantly white male industry and she's determined to push yourself right up to that line without crossing it marines. Black bottom is one of ten plays in august. Wilson's epic pittsburgh cycle and the only one that isn't actually set in pittsburgh wilson's insights into the complexities of twentieth century. African american experience cemented his reputation as one of this country's greatest dramatists. The filmmakers haven't opened up the material in the manner of so many stage to screen adaptations if anything they've ruthlessly tightened the play and paired it down to essentials wolf directs at a furious clip. The sets are spare even drab which has the effect of your concentration on the performances and while boseman and davis are the stars of the show. Every actor gets a chance to shine including michael potts as the bass player. Slow drag and glenn termine reprising his role as the pianist toledo from twenty sixteen revival at the heart of the play is the bond between levy a fictional creation and rainy. A real life figure. The two are antagonistic by nature levy keeps trying to put his own stamp on mas music and he makes the mistake of trying to seduce. Her young girlfriend played by taylor. Page but levy and ma are also kindred spirits. They're both trying to make authentic commercially viable art with an assistant bent on exploiting their talents but levy doesn't have martinis experience or her knack for self preservation and the weight of his past trauma ultimately proves too much to overcome the climax is hunting beyond words were seeing a man peering into an abyss played by an actor who knew his own life was slipping away chadwick. Boseman last moments on the screen are among his darkest and also is
A Conversation About Cloud Gaming
"So continuing some discussion about playing computer games. I thought it would be good to revisit a discussion. We had some time ago. Which is cloud gaming. And i suppose before we get into a discussion about cloud gaming. We should probably sort of just define what we're referring to here for the benefit of people who haven't experienced they saw try to or heard about of which i am one okay so this is going to be an interesting conversation of it later. So alan how would you summarize what cloud gaming is. It's tricky because you could argue. It's the hits. The modern way to stream a game from you know a fast computer this remote and that might be a modern thing but actually it's been around a long time there. Let's people play web gangs and those games and not installed on your computer eager to a url and you play a base game so there's a lot of about but the technology is very different these days and so you're streaming these days a video feed of what's going on on the remote computer whereas in the past you might be getting java script. Html images or it might be flash or something like that. I think all of these are cloud gaming because you're playing the game. I game resides on somebody else's computer. Basically i think for for this topic. I think we're talking about the modern incarnation right. So these are the ones where you launch game. Somewhere on the internet. Angie effectively interact with a livestreamed version of that game. So there there are two models of this occurred to me in my head. Where when you describe that. So the first off is basically your you're renting vm. With a with a powerful graphics card and then you can play you you you basically log that remotely and you play your games on it and the other one is something like spotify for games where you're subscribed to a library of games and you're using an application to launch and play those games which one of those is the more common scenario here. I think they're all functional. I don't think you're talking about two different. The one you're talking about the technical aspects of how you the game and the other one you're talking about the the the business model and those are two entirely separate things okay. It really doesn't matter what the business model is. That's how the technical side is in the tentacles. implement the the businessman loving the different things. one may be subscription while maybe paper play one. Maybe you get to your in games another one. Maybe you renting games or something like that. I think very different. And i think there's there's a couple of options and you'll discover the limitations and the benefits from them. If we go through and i think well then let's discuss the options so it was the one that you've been playing a lot or you've had longest martinis you had invidia grid be mentioned in awhile back. That was what it was cooled when we first started using it. We access that through. Initially through our nvidia shield and we enrolled into the program for that. And that's now become g force now so we've had that for. I think maybe three years maybe a bit longer than that even and it's pretty impressive stuff. I've i have played some games on that. As part of the beater. I had access to a load of games. I didn't have to buy which was also kind of feeling so. Is that a subscription service. You pay it is yet where it doesn't have to be so it does have a free tier but when you request to play a game you'll put in q. As to win. A vm is going to be allocated to you. But if you're a subscription member than you will waste will have a machine allocated to you right but that's artificial scarcity to get you to upgrade to a plane adver feed in in spotify is annoying enough that you'd wanna pay right right and it's four pounds ninety nine a month And so you're basically holding a tablet computer in your hands and the game is not running on. That thing became running out there. Somewhere on a machine Doesn't really matter what the technical details of that machine is remote machine and the game is running on that and you'll seeing a video feed basically of what's going on on that competes in your inputs are being sent to that computer. Yes exactly say
HIV Under the Microscope
"I this week there was cause for celebration as a covid. Vaccine became a regulator approved reality in the uk. All the time we've been waiting and hoping for the day when the searchlights of science would pick out invisible enemy. Give the pala to stop the enemy from making us ill. And now the scientists have done it and they used the virus itself to perform a kind of biological jujitsu and in fact because of that jujitsu the uk has become the focus of world media attention as the first western nation to formally approve corona virus vaccine for public use. Nevertheless some are questioning. Why britain's been able to move so fast according to the uk education secretary govern williamson. Speaking to see it's because we live in great britain. I just reckon we've got the very best people in this country and we've obviously got the best medical regulators much better than were french. Arab muslim belgians have much better than me americans. That doesn't surprise me at all because we're much better country than every single was okay but if that is actually true then what is that. We're better at in reality. The buck stops with a body called the nhra there. The medicines and healthcare products regulatory agency and down to them. That we've been able to approve sizes new coronavirus vaccine in record time and to explain what's involved what gaps still remain in our knowledge. And what is happening with the other major vaccine contender. The one being made by astrazeneca. His gino martini from the royal pharmaceutical society. Any new medicine has to be reviewed and tested the mitchell ray. The job is to inspect review. The data that's being generated so foams physical companies have to pay the testing. We'll clinical trials. Testing will phase one face to face free with effectively. The the medicine in this case. The vaccine is tested in human volunteers and subjects which representative while the population people. You're gonna begin the vaccine to create these clinical trials. The data's collected and the whole basis have put together a dossier and that's been reviewed by the shaarei in this case. What is the damage of being working in real time with manufacturers review the data in real time so that's why we've been able to get an accelerated. Is it as simple as that. Because what some people. Think quite legitimately appointing out is that normally. It takes ten years to make a drug or vaccine and get that to market. Which means by the time it gets there. You've got ten years in some cases of follow up from the first time a person was exposed to that drug to the time at which you begin to marketed. Here we've got ten months so we don't have that long term insight true. What's happening here. Is that the nhra actively viewing people being executed. So there's already assistant quotes called surveillance. And so they'll be muller shaking people. Boxing aged just in case there are any adverse events alba to understand. The nhra is a very very good regulatory agency. Got great expertise in looking out biological jokes. Vaccines whom the signing. What data is needed sensual. Quality and safety and of course efficacy. Interestingly though the nhra have approved this agent for uk use but the the european counterpart for the hr a have not approved this more. Broadly across the rest of the eu and other countries in the eu. Haven't done what the uk's done. So why have we got that difference. And if it's good enough for us why is it not good enough for the rest of europe. But these things do happen. I mean differences do occur in interpretation with with data particularly when you have those as just the s but again a while alluded to before is immature About could lead robertson so a lead coordinates when they were part of the mea for all the you took applications like said sixty percent of new medicines being less than ten years or so the amateur were coordination. I got great experience in this kind of area and a great network of keeping lead his experts. Who can give council on this data so you know. I'm i'm fairly confidence. That amateur are happy. With the safety and efficacy and quality than out of oxygen. There are some gaps in our understanding and in the data we've had generated so far though. Aren't there for instance. No one under eighteen has had the agent tried on them so they won't be being vaccinated pregnant women. Currently there regarded as a risk group. But they've not been included intentionally in the charles. They've been actually excluded from the trials. So how we gonna deal with the fact that there are these individuals or groups in the population that haven't been actively explored as time evolves. They will obviously investigate. Those subjects will be evolving. The plan with the mitchell ray in finding house was the best way to include those people.
2 Pac-12 football games canceled as virus problems linger
"It's not that much of a surprise, but here we are about halfway through the college football season games are getting called off left and right because of the pandemic. Ain't Higgins to The Wall Street Journal has been following this story all fall and joins us now laying there have been game's canceled before now. But this weekend's L s U Alabama matchup seems to be the most impactful one yet. Yes. Yes, And it's funny because this is a game where last year it was down to the gates of the century between number one Alice, you and number three Alabama and you know you look a little bit different this year. Alabama's number one and L s U is currently not Frank. But the issue is that you know, this is a major rivalry game that was going to be on prime time television and because of an outbreak it Ellis you. They currently don't have any scholarship, tight ends or long staffers available and they're down to just one scholarship quarterback and you know, to be fair to you, Jason leave. The quarterback that's available has played before, and he's great, but It's really hard to say the football game with just one quarterback, because if he goes down, you're kind of out of luck. And I think that this is emblematic of kind of just the trends that are going out of the country and that coronaviruses spiking and a lot of places and Trouble seeing that reflected on cultural bar rafters. Now the S E C was one of the first conference is to dive right back in there. They surprised by what's going on. Well there, commissioner. Great. Thank you said he is shaken but not deterred. And aside from sounding like a martini order, I think he's right in that the Way that the season was designed. They were supposed to be flexibility built in and that most of the schools are planning on playing 10 games over the course of about 12 or 13 weeks and with some flexibility on making up games and you know to this point Yes, you see, has been able to do that without too many disruptions. Previously, when Florida had a big outbreak. I think they moved around six games involving 17 to make sure that every team could put there. Gains in But the problem with L s U Alabama is that Was used already had to move one of its games because the Florida game got postponed. So that's now being played on December. 12 and Ellis You in theory has December 19th open as Saturday, but That's the same Saturday at the S E. C championship. And right now it's looking like Alabama might have a game that day. So in order for L s U and Alabama and meet its Probably gonna have to be some moving around of the schedule. And there's been some talk of playing next week and having ls use game against Arkansas. I believe be pushed around and being a couple games, and I think you know if you're really a puzzle master, there's a way to do it. But it would require moving several games at this point to get L s U and Alabama to play and if they don't play, this would be the first SEC came Steve. No
Sean Connery, the 'original' James Bond, dies at 90
"Sean Connery has died at the age of ninety a martini shaken not stirred a charismatic Scottish actor rose to stardom with a swamper trail of the fearless secret agent James Bond he went on to win an Oscar for Supporting Actor in nineteen eighty seven for the untouchable here's how you got to the polls and I look we send twenty yours to the hospital sunsets Connery had been unwell for some time and die peacefully in his sleep at his home in the Bahamas Sean Connery was ninety I'm Ben Thomas
Sean Connery, the 'original' James Bond, dies at 90
"Connery, the Scottish actor known for sophisticated elegance, has died, according to his publicist. Connery died peacefully in his sleep surrounded by family. He's being remembered as someone who changed the world hears correspondent Jason Nathan's Sean Connery will always be remembered as the original James Bond says Bond producers Michael G. Wilson and Barbara Broccoli and a statement on Twitter about any shaken not stirred, revolutionized the world with his gritty and witty portrayal of the sexy and charismatic secret agent there, right. Saying that Connery was largely responsible for the success of the James Bond Film series, and they will forever be grateful to him. John Connery was 90 Connery, who was awarded a knighthood in 2000 for his contribution to the Arts played the British spy in seven movies beginning with Dr No In 1962. That was the very first bond movie. Tributes have been pouring in on social media from the likes of Hugh Jackman, Elton John, Spike Lee, Catherine Zeta Jones and many others and the latest bond who's about to hang up his martini glass. Daniel Craig writing in part He defined an era and a style. The wit and charm he portrayed on screen could be measured in megawatts again. Sean Connery dead at the age of 90 wins news
Sean Connery dies, iconic “James Bond” actor passes away at 90
"News has confirmed that legendary actor Sean Connery has died his acting career spanned several decades, and he even won an Oscar for his role in the untouchables. But for most fans, he will forever be known as Bond James Bond. He was the first to play the suave martini-drinking spy taking on the iconic role in seven films. The role made connery and international superstar in two thousand and the Scottish born actor was knighted by Queen Elizabeth an honor he called the proudest day of his life his family told the BBC he had been in poor health for some time and that he passed away in his sleep. Sir. Sean Connery was ninety years old.
Actor Sean Connery, the 'original' James Bond, dies at 90
"The Scottish actor who is the original James Bond has died at the age of ninety one James it's among the most famous character introductions in movie history Sean Connery identifying himself as the sexy and charismatic secret agent his son Jason says his dad has been unwell for some time and died peacefully in his sleep overnight in the Bahamas where you lived Scottish first minister Nicola sturgeon says quote our nation today mourns one of her best love sons martinis shaken not stuff bond producers Michael G. Wilson and Barbara broccoli C. it was Connery's portrayal of bond that was largely responsible for the success of the series after he stopped making bond movies Connery played a wide range of characters proving equally adept at comedy adventure and drama I'm my campus
Sir Sean Connery dies at Bahamas home surrounded by family
"Actor Sean Connery, has died at the age of 90 James Sean Connery's career took off when he began playing James Bond, The bloody secret agent double 07 can do something for you, Mr Martini. Shaken, not born in Scotland, Connery said. Someone once told him that I should take lessons. To a race my action, Connery broke free of bond to play many other roles. He won an Oscar as a Chicago cop in 1980 seven's The Untouchables. And in 1989. Connery was introduced to a whole new generation of movie fans playing a father in Indiana Jones and the last crew See Phil Deal, ABC News, Connery son tells the BBC. His father had been unwell for some time and died in his sleep at home in the Bahamas. The U. S
Tiki: Modern Tropical Cocktails with Shannon mustipher
"Shannon. Welcome to milk street. It's really great to be here. Thanks for having me. I love your book Tiki Modern Tropical cocktails. So. What does the Word Tiki me? Where does it come from and what is Tiki cocktail? Sure. So tiki refers from a cultural standpoint to religious practices and iconography from Polynesia, now, where cocktails are concerned Tiki termed applied retroactively. So in the beginning of the age of tropical cocktail, they were called exotic cocktails and we're talking about mid nineteen. Thirties California at don the beachcomber in Bay area then later trader Vic's in subsequent restaurants it was in the mid eighties early nineties when. Polynesian tropical culture enthusiasts mostly in California. Began research those bars and to look into brain those cocktails back that you started to see the word tiki emerged. Let's talk about some of the classics Don Beachcombers, Zombie. What's Zombie As army is a showstopper drink. Okay. So This thing has three different rooms in it. It has Grenadine, which is a pomegranate base, Schuss it Kinda crosses the line in terms sophistication because there's absent attitude shrink, which is a not to New Orleans Ed's more our baseness and you know Elvis's drink beyond the simple run punch that is based on issues like a pumped up. Kinda sexy around punch. and. You know there's some savvy marketing airs not just a cocktail that made it. Popular Abe was the limit two per customer. So people like trying to get it third on trying to order one their friend so I'm you know we're talking about the ingredients of design be, but I think what's the biggest ingredient? There's it's is cultural impact. The my tie. I didn't actually know what was in a my tie until I picked up your book. So what is a my time? Sure so The final change somewhat. But kind of simplify it. Is in most bars, a blend of Jamaican, and Martin Shem rooms or jaw, which is an almond based liqueur slash. Surp- Archer sow in line. Is Simpler to a lot of places make it out to be. What are some of the techniques like washing rumor bourbon? What does that mean? Sure. So washing means is essentially kind of. Another way of saying infusing. Dime Lee Campbell Cameras Bro an idea of taking rendered fat from Bacon. Adding it to whiskey. Giving time to sit at room temperature, and then later froze it so that the solids rose to the top and he skim it off and the result is you get this really Nice creamy texture and depending on what kind of fat we're talking about it can be smokey could be nutty. So as an example, I worked at restaurant called FINCH. Why did the? Same thing would smoked duck breasts fat and rum in the shrink was so crazy I loved to pieces. It was so easy like cheat I done it with coconut oil and rum's Meskel. It does all kinds of wonders no matter what spirit using but it's just a nice way to add a Roma and body and viscosity and just kind of smooth on the out. You must how many okay. In your bar, how many different bottles that you have I stopped counting at one hundred I thought it's kind of comical was look I would look at it daily. I gaze upon it would find this is just a lot going on here but yeah, there's a good amount of figure it's probably two hundred. ME. So here's a question. You know the Martini I think is GonNa get you drunk as fast as possible. That's my take on. The friendship, Para. Tif is to sort of transition you from work to pleasure at the end of the day. What's the role of the TIKI cocktail? In other words? What is it that it's really really about besides the flavors. First, and foremost fun you know and. Mystery adventure discovery I've had some of the best nights of my life in Tiki bars because the mood is a reverent. I. Just love that that freedom the be freed you get. In a tiki cocktail, a tiki environment. So. What about teachings often have strange interesting containers more much more so than regular cocktails What role does the container plan? All of this it's vital because the fee starts with the is so Tiki takes it mike way over the top like I've seen presentations where you know to try is in vessel is set down in a treasure chest or comes in from barrel. You know comes and coconuts and hollowed out pineapples. You know there's flaming garnishes I once judge the competition. Where the team that from a bar called Paradise Lounge in Bushwick? That is sadly no longer with us. They. Brought it full force. It was a fish tank. With live fish. So the fish were isolated from the cocktail I. There is fishing air which is. Crazy.
HE HAD TO BE SHOWN
"Who is convinced against his will is of the same opinion still. But not this man. I was the oldest of three children and my father was an alcoholic. One of the earliest memories that I have is of a bottle sitting on his desk with skull and crossbones and marked poison. At that time as I remember he had promised never to take another drink. Of course he did I can also remember that he was a salesman and a very good one. When he was uptown, we were living in the little town of Moscow. I went up to try to get some money from him to buy groceries. He wouldn't give me any money for the groceries, but he did take me across the street and buy me a bag of candy which I later took back traded for a loaf of bread. I was not more than six at that time. My father died in nineteen. Oh One when I was eight years old and I was in the second or third grade school. I immediately quit school and went to work and from that time until I was high school age, there was never a return to school. I always built up in my own mind. The great things that I was going to do, and in fact, I accomplished about fifty percent of them and then lost interest. That continued through my entire life. When I was sixteen years old my mother remarried and I was given the opportunity of going back to school. I went into the high school grades but having missed all the intermediate grades I didn't get along too well. So I developed the habit of going back to school just long enough for the football season and then quitting. There was always a tremendous drive and ambition to become a great guy because I think I recognized inwardly that I didn't have any special talents. At a comparatively early age I can remember being jealous of my brother. He did things much better than I did because he applied himself and learned how to do them and I never applied myself. Whether I could have done as well as he I don't know. I was married at the age of nineteen to a grand girl and had good business prospects. I had bought a piece of ground in Cuyahoga falls and cut it into lots and had a profit of approximately forty thousand dollars and that was a lot of money in those days. With that profit I built a number of houses, but then I neglected them. I wouldn't put sufficient time on them. Consequently, my labor bills ran up I. Lost Money and then just fool the way a large part of that profit. When I was eighteen at the end of high school, the High School team had a banquet at a well known roadhouse outside of Akron. We boys drove out in somebody's car and went to the bar on the way to the dining room and I in an effort to impress the other boys that I was city bread having lived in Scranton and Cleveland asked them. If they didn't want to drink, they looked at one another quarterly and finally one of them allowed he'd have a beer and they all followed him each of them saying he'd have a beer too. I ordered Martini extra dry. I didn't even know what a Martini looked like but I had heard a man down the bar order one. That was my first drink. I kept watching the man down the bar to see what he did with a contraption like that and he just smelled up his drink and set it down again. So I did the same. He took a couple of puffs of the cigarette and I took a couple of puffs on my cigarette. He tossed off half of his Martini I tossed off half a mind and nearly blew the top of my head off it. Irritated. My nostrils I choked I didn't like it. There was nothing about that drink that I liked but I watched him any tossed off the rest of his. So I tossed off the rest of mine he ate his olive and I ate mine I didn't even like the olive it was repulsive to me from every standpoint I drank nine Martinis in less than an hour. Twenty. Two years later Dr Bob told me that what I had done was like switch and setting up a demand for more alcohol in my system. I didn't know that then I had no more reason to drink those. Martinez than a Jack Rabbit. At that particular time the boys put me on a shudder and took me out to the shed and I lay in the car while they enjoyed their banquet. That was the first time. I. Ever Drank hard liquor. Blackout. Drinking. At once.
"martini" Discussed on The Adam Carolla Show
"Lines on the inside. So you can go all the way to the top. It's one. Okay. Yeah. All the way up. I if you have orange bidders or an aromatic bidders their. Betters. Yes. So I've got this copper in king stuff which life and I'm just GONNA go dash two dashes in there. Okay. Into your mixing glass two dashes, two dashes now here's the key. When you you're going to stir this, we'll talk about the bond shaken not stirred, but we're gonNA, stir because. What you WanNa do is you want to stir it risky but not too briskly because you'll break up the ice which dilutes the gym. So Fun. This is science we don't want to do so we just want alchemy. Here's the thing about the shaking versus the stirred. Okay. If you're doing an all spirit drank, the rule is you're staring okay. If you have if you had a citrus component or something in there, you're likely going to be shaking it but if it's all spirit. You stirred. Okay. What done stirred this up. You want to have a chill glass minds probably ninety degrees now in in this room with me. Minutes what we got these killer coop glasses everybody got are these things awesome era. Break Your Martini out of matters. Man You want WanNa look good while you're drinking and is a good looking coop last. So now you just take your stranger. You're not even using your mixing bliss using your. which would wasn't mixing. Glass for tens of. Acres. Or glass in ten right in the title dairy. All that looks good. Now in that in there now here next question becomes your garbage. Okay, we can do a twist. which is a lemon and we've got that we can. Do. Thirty Su some olives here What do you guys like to? Do Ace when you usually get a Martini you honestly, if I'm really hungry and I want something to take a couple bites out of, I'll usually order the olives but I'm I think I'm a little more of a twist guy. So we got this got this. This is just a great little tool you got here to to to do the twist. Okay. This simple thing it's called a channel knife or a stripper they call it seven bucks a cocktail kingdom easy to get you take your lemon you hold it like this gene you press hard and you just pull back like that and we're GonNa get a perfect strip. ooh, ended. And then what you WanNa do is express that lemon I can't really hold it up, show you but you sorta twisted over the top of the drink. Okay. Express. Net citrus and then rub it around the rim of the glass. Just Poo. And then you drop it in the glass just like that and look at that. I have never felt so fancy I'm going Olive Daniels out yeah. Yeah You can do you the Pimento odds. You can do blue cheese if you want to as well I have some ever never blue she's rowing. Onion you do cocktail onions, but then it becomes a different drink. Does anybody know what? That is all the Gibson? Dan. All right. Shall we try it? Try this here's autumn's Appel. Very nice. Oh. Yeah. So you get that how that Vermouth is that gene and that vermouth are just working well together. Yeah so it's not sweet, but it's so refreshing in light and crisp yeah. Yeah. Absolutely delicious. Now, you can play around again as I said, that's the thing you can play around with the proportions a wet a wet Martini. Martini leave it or not a wet Martini is more vermouth was gonna say and then Kirk Martini you you'd have sweet tooth and driver moves in there as well. But again, some people don't want any vermouth. There's a famous quote from Noel Coward British playwright. A perfect Martini remade filling a glass with gin and then waving it in the general direction of. That's where removed from. So he didn't want any both in there but a lot of people do love just doing vermouth rinse in the glass and dump it out, and then it's just Jin because. Y-. Have you noticed especially la I personally have ordered more Martinez in my life have every other cocktail combined a Martini purist. But have you noticed that in La more and more place feels like the majority now are on order a dry Martini and explain that a couple of drops to remove they go oh, we don't do remove scissor glass of Gin I've noticed that No I don't know Martinez you. I Don Martinez you're actually order out in the wild, but feels like more and more places are doing that you'll get out to removes it just don't even do anymore. Jin just cold Gin. I would have to. Snap back. Holding thumbs up. So Chris knows that sounds very unambitious to me seems like. A drink kind of flying in the face of the I could have just put fill the boat a bag with the beefeater muggle that into the restaurant took a hit off it in the bathroom if that's what I wanted. So. Dan just because again, I'm totally new Martinez what would we have called what we just made? A cloudy. Classic Martini and you can you can call and you're at the bar swear to tell them how you like it made. Okay. So that when we just did there was two parched in one part driver move, I would not do that with every vermouth but with the Alassio Vermouth I would certainly do that and something to know here. Again, we talking about the MARTINIS that King of the drinks it has lasted when all the other craft cocktails went by the wayside, the Martini stuck around just. So you know there's we've talked.
"martini" Discussed on The Adam Carolla Show
"Yeah. Well, I don't WanNa live in a world where my net worth is more than weird. AL, because I listened to. Weird. Al On doctor Demento when I was living at my mom's house when I was thirteen. And Weird Al was like sending in tapes that he was recording in a bathroom playing the accordion but way back in the day. So the notion that my net worth would be higher than weird Al's is. It's sad transparency and. I don't know if it's a if it's if it's like a Bernie Sanders Biden Elizabeth Warren talking point that would be a talking point like you WanNa talk about injustice you. WanNa talk about well, this the system failing. Active. Adam. Corolla has higher net average of weird like beloved National Treasure Weird Al I don't know again. The government must fix this. Weird Al Must Be. He's gotTa be five years or six years older than me because when I was like thirteen listening to doctor Demento, he must have been like eighteen or nineteen like working for doctor. DEMENTO and. Sixty. Okay. So he was a kid he was like seventy. He was young when he was. Making these tapes in a bathroom with his accordion, just playing his accordion in taping them and then playing them on. Doctor. DEMENTO. Ceylan I wonder if there's any. Earliest weird. Al Accordion. Song as it must be from this back to the late seventies Dan done is joined us what we're drinking with. Dan done is his podcast last gas. He had was Dan ackroyd everyone. We're just talking about him and his twitter is you can shoot a tweet at the imbiber Dan. What are we doing today? Everybody. How are you so excited more importantly how are you Dan sweating like? I said the ACE Rambuteau came on the Air I said, you know what's great about those old benefit that you're in Venice and what's bad about them is there's no AC man. I am a little light on me here. I got the heat going. But Martini Oh cool me off and Today, it's humid. It's weird humid hot out here. I, just was at my mom's house sitting in the backyard and it was just like super humid and hot weird. The thing about. Way La Works is if you live in Malibu or Venice or Santa Monica if you're at the beach. You don't need air conditioning, but you do you do need air conditioning four days out of the year, and this is just one of those days but it's not enough to justify air conditioning, but you will be miserable on those four four remote unit. I have a remote unit and it was in my garage because we really didn't have summer at the beach for most of the summer and about two three days ago I cracked and I went and dragged his things like seventy pounds, drag it into my house, but it's in my bedroom. So unless I were to do this segment in there. which you know different segments I was talking to a friend of mine today said. He was down at the beach over the weekend and all the all the signs are up like no volleyball and basketball and no ice in rollerblading wearing he said it's just on the basketball court. So full everyone is out it's a shit show the Venice pier down there where you know as we're like Nano and all these. That looks like Bourbon Street. Everybody's everybody's out on. It's nobody's got mass on everybody's drinking. It looks yeah I I don't know it's Down there on the weekends if you're looking to avoid germs yeah I think what people you can kind of like. I always say you don't have to get stats or tally or do whatever you know you dislike. When this thing started the streets and the freeways were empty and now they're not like somebody's just decided the public. At Large. Is this when you know we're going out, we'll see what happens because that's basically what's going on at the beach anyway. Well, also, you can't tell people not to go the beach you can tell them not to go into a bar or movie theater but when you say don't go the beach. I think we I think we can safely pull that one off. What are we got Dan? Okay so Adam Lakes Martini. So you talked about wanting to do a Martini segment for a long time, and now we're doing it very excited. As always when we're doing this kind of thing you gotTa have the you got to have the stuff you gotta have the ingredients you gotta have the equipment and you got to have the know how what we're going to do. So Gina, you have at least two of those things. I have two out of three. I have I have no idea Martinis this involved nothing about Martinis. This is the thing about a Martini when when we talked about doing this, you cannot skimp on doing the Martini. There's a ceremony to the Martini. There's a, there's a real elegance sophistication of Martini. So I don't want you. You gotta you gotta get the right stuff and I always say there's so we all got lucky y'all got, and this is what you're going to need. If you're making a Martini at home pretty simply you're GonNa need a mixing glass. Strain. Her you're going to bar spoon and you're going to need a jigger that's the bar where you're going to need. We got I got all this stuff from cocktail kingdom. It is the best place to get stuff. It's anybody you guys are always hitting me up online asking me what to do go to cocktail kingdom. That's where you get all this. You'RE GONNA need to make the drinks that we have that, and then we so we're gonNA Martini we're. Going to keep it simple. We're GONNA DO, Waka, we're GONNA do Jin, we got removed. So for the Janai brought back, SIP Smith which we've done on the show before everybody seemed to love Smith Sip Smith London Dry..
"martini" Discussed on The Adam Carolla Show
"A champion champion who digs deep in the championship rounds and finds the metal and the intestinal fortitude to carry on a lot of guys just quit on the stool but Brian and the last few games. It's the championship rounds where he's really dug deep in Dugout of a hard-fought victory because. Games were pretty close for an that V is where he's really taken over. It's like Tom Brady with two minutes left in the fourth quarter taught him everything he knows. Feels like this is not a bragging about because all of us were twenty plus points off of the actual score think about how close it would have been if we'd been close in last one. Yeah. Know we're all just dancing around three points this way and two points that way and then we all just shit the bed at. Twenty five plus points off the last twenty points by the fourth round. Everybody had single digit differences with each movie except for Gina Hata Thirteen somewhere in there. All right. We'll get Dan done on here and he'll tell us how to make some the proper Martini and I'm I'm all ears because I. I had I ordered a Martini last night and the guy came by and he was like you want gin and I'm like, no, he's like you went five. And he's like, what kind of odd could you want grey goose cattle stolen? I'd like a Ma. One dollars you went to went to blue cheese in the Oliver. Twist went disaster. This. Year. Yeah. So I'd like to learn from from the from good old Dan done. I let me hit borough law. Do you had to postpone your summer travel? You're doing your staycationing.
Prehistoric Marine Reptile Died After A Giant Meal
"Of millions of years ago. Reptilian predators called it. Swam the sees their fossils look fearsome but paleobiologist real SUITCA. Motani. Of UC, Davis says, they may have looked more like friendly dolphins maybe in life he feels might have been cute. But at least the smaller ones Martinis team studied one such specimen found in southwest China. It was two hundred and forty million years old fifteen feet long but it seemed to have some extra bones in it, which Montana's team termed to be the remains of a thirteen foot long the ladder sore or see lizard the this or had swallowed and spoiler alert the only reason they were able to see this animal in the belly of the or is that this gigantic meal never got digested the sword died soon after swallowing it. Motamed is careful to say they're not sure exactly why the theus or perished, but the specimen has a broken neck. So he gave a speculative play by play. Perhaps he says the source snapped at the C. Lizard, but the Lizard fought back and the Pike in between the two fierce probably. So the the or fought to subdue its prey damaging its neck in the process then it had dislodged the praised bony head entail from it's juicy midsection. Now, the have to do it through jerking. And twisting like the crocodiles do also bad for the neck and finally the sore had to swallow the animal perhaps using inertia show or gravity to shove the prey down its gullet and the two things are by the kind it was ingested maybe the neck damage was accumulated to certain level and maybe the Knicks could not support the head details of that ancient battle appear in the journal Science. In the reason why this analysis matters is you can only and I so much about who by looking at teeth this fossil offers direct evidence that these ancient beasts sometimes bit off a whole lot more than they could chew.
Diageo to Buy Ryan Reynolds Aviation American Gin for up to $610 million
"Well, the Movie Star and Entrepreneur Ryan Reynolds certainly had something to celebrate this week. His Liquor Brand Aviation American gin is being acquired by the world's largest spirits business on Monday. Reynolds. Announced that Dr. Joe is buying the Startup Jim. Maker for up to six hundred, ten, million dollars the the fourteen billion dollar owner of brands like Johnnie Walker Whisky Tanqueray Gin and Guinness Al among others. The deal is a coup for Reynolds a Rakish forty-three-year-old celebrity actor best known for his performances a superhero with a twisted sense of humor in the twenty sixteen movie deadpool. It's also a testament to reynolds star turn as a copywriter. Reynolds bought an ownership stake in aviation in two thousand eighteen and became its brand ambassador. He applied his quirky provocative sense of humor to the task to here's just one example remember the Peleton ad that went viral in a bad way the one where the poor Peleton wife played by actress Monica, Rees appear to be exercising against her will to satisfy her sexist tons desire for skinny spouse. Well, Reynolds decided to help his career and Tro Peleton at the same time he cast releasing an ad for. In it, she in two friends are sitting at a bar, their nursing MARTINIS. She looked downcast while her two friends look on with concern. The peleton wife then downs, the entire Martini and the friends pass there's to her the implication of course, is that she has left the suddenly abusive husband on social media just to make sure we all got the joke Reynolds wrote Hashtag exercise bike not included naturally that ad went viral in a good way. It was cheeky ads like these along with Reynolds thirty, six, million instagram followers. And fans on other social media platforms that helped aviation sales skyrocket revenues grew in triple digits in both twenty, eighteen and twenty nineteen making it what Fast Company called the fastest growing super premium gin and the World Diario who's Gordon's? Gin. Brand is the world's largest was watching closely just three years ago. The conglomerate bought a Tequila brand from George Clooney valuing it at a billion dollars. That brand has performed rather well for Dr Geo. Now Aviation's biggest rivals have become family with the acquisition both tanker and Gordon's GIN become sister brands to aviation. The deal doesn't allow Reynolds to simply take the money and like the superhero he plays deadpool run he'll stay on as an owner and the brand's ambassador presumably for the next decade Diarios paying three hundred, thirty, five, million dollars now and offering an early of two hundred seventy, five, million dollars more over the next ten years depending on aviations performance
"martini" Discussed on On This Day Entertainment
"Martini Mike from the real housewives of New York, yes, from the episode, Hurricane Linda. Wow. All I can say is wow. He's amazing. If you don't already follow him on Instagram do yourself a favor? If you just search Martini Mike, he'll pop up. He's Jam. We talk all about his iconic cameo. This season on Rony, which of the ladies he most hit it off with I drop a major. I told you so about elise. We talk about so much styling from the rony ladies to Britney Spears. We mentioned it all so without further ado. Here's Martini Mike Hello. Beautiful Man. Are, you actually I'm wonderful, my Gosh. It's such a pleasure to talk to you. Mike yes, and I. I want to apologize for being late. I'm just jealous that you're able to go outside and hike it or run at this time of day. We're at like one hundred fifteen degrees here in Vegas right now. No I mean it's hot. It was hot today, but I thought it was better than going at noon. Little later in the afternoon absolutely, I started doing evening night. Just because it's so hot, otherwise was waking up at four in the morning to get out first thing but. You're right. Yeah, I got I got in trouble, because I got lost, and I was like I. Don't need to be getting heat stroke like that's exactly what I don't mean to happen and these temps. It happens every year. Just, one of those things, so we're cute that you were following along. I love that. Yeah, of course, you're sterile I. Love when you're driving and just like you're talking to us. It's great I, love it! So. Much I can't believe I'm hearing that from can I say? Reality TV royalty at this part like how you have managed to like. Just become this icon in reality. TV.
"martini" Discussed on The Past Lives Podcast
"Are you aware of what I'm doing or me? Now. Okay Very. Where did you live in California in the sixties? If you don't mind me asking San Diego. Oh cool. What were you doing down their? Business. Business Okay and was it a happy life? Did you have a successful journey? Say Yeah. He says it was a little trouble. He says he got mixed up with the wrong people. And let me ask you. What quality do represent on Simon's council? Pain. Pain. And he's saying I got the Black Stripe. He say seems a bit Moody. So the question for Fred. Is what quality do represent, but did you say pain? Pain. Okay. And, what Stripe Are you wearing? A black stripe is that. That represent pain, yeah! What of pain physical, emotional what? Emotional. Oh. Now let me ask you this Fred here. Your unusual cat, the banana council I mean I. Don't think I've ever met anybody who represented pain or something that we would. Normally quote unquote consider negative than I know it's not a negative thing. It's just an emotion. But what do you? How did you get this Gig? I, did you Did. You choose to be on his council and. Invite you in, or how did this work? They asked me and I could. Council stay very long. How many counselors do you work on? Spain thousands. So, that's interesting and you represent. About pain, what is it what is paying? Setting this all sorts of pain. Emotional pain, sometimes, we don't even know this creeping up on us. Sometimes, it's very. Sutton says he's had lots of lives, whereas experienced these things, so he knows what he's talking about. And how do you function with the other members of the council, do you? I mean how do you? Are you helping people with their pain, or are you inflicting pain? Processing Pain. Processing thank you the idea of the council. Grateful for the I'm here. But. They don't want to spend much time with me. Or No, this is an unusual conundrum. Fred. which is. Is, this is your choice. Is that correct to teach this process. And you've experienced too many many lifetimes, and and for many many different councils, but there must be a positive outcome from this. Otherwise you wouldn't do it. same pain is sometimes. The most. The quickest way to learn a lesson that will that will really teach you something. Well let's thank everybody. Let's abby for allowing this chat to happen. Let's talk. Let's thank you council for. Being abused. And Fred for not inflicting any pain at any of us. Very good all right. What else do you want to talk about my friend anything else? You want to visit or see how we've run out of time. Let's just. Go Away Time A. Talk about you're just quickly. It's architecture of the afterlife. Yes it's just full of transcripts of. Regression sessions and you communicate and just let you have done in this podcast. began. Fun Though All I can say a Simon. Thank you for allowing yourself to just go wherever the boat went wherever the sale went I. It's hard to say. This without it sounding silly, but don't take it too seriously. Allow. You're only allowed to see or hear what it is. You're supposed to here and the only things that you're allowed to see or hear things that are ennobling and make you feel better about your journey. Not I mean. I see the. Saul Grouper showing me what I need to see. Is that what you're saying? Yeah, and your council is well I. Think it's fascinating that the last trip to the council. They were like get out of here. Go and this one. They were very welcoming and fun, and Hilarious and allowing an abbey is like totally with you at all times. As the joker as as all these different guises, and now you have a visual of these people, and so you can access seven any time. That it might not have to do with our journey on the planet that we may just march through planet, enjoying our life, eating popcorn and pizza. That's why that's our journey. But. Some people need to connect to their guides a need to connect to their council and that's why we're showing that you don't. Need hypnosis. You don't need a a medium. You can access your guides just by asking for their help to intercede. Now I've heard that before, and it's funny, 'cause. It, just felt like it was my imagination, but at the same time. I was just letting the the voice come through the words. Come through, and just telling you exactly what was just. I wasn't trying to analyze it. Just tell you what was coming into my head. I would only offer. Compare it, but you heard today with which you're gonna read in our architecture the afterlife. You will see similar accounts from people you've never met. You've never heard of before and you've never read these accounts. So when they say the identical things. You know that you've just experienced. You'll see like oh I'm not the only one who's experiences. Many people have they all feel that same way. I must be making this up, but I think that's because it comes down to the brain in particular fashion the same way. Okay are we should probably wrap it up. Is obviously people in my building using the Wifi? Thanks again. Simon thanks. Thanks for letting me. Thanks for letting me visit all your council members very unusual was fantastic. Thanks your time. is due yeah, thanks by. So? There it is a conversation with Richard Martini and some interesting souls in a council of Elders. If you have a view on this place, but a comment in the facebook group, and if you're not already a member, you'll be very welcome to join. If. You're enjoying the PO- cost. Why not leave a review? Also I am on instagram and twitter, and if you want to find me, the twitter name is ask Simon G. bound. And if you enjoyed the PODCAST, be sure to subscribe on Apropos coasts. spotify over your favorite podcast. APP, to make sure that you don't miss out on any episodes and thanks for listening..
"martini" Discussed on Mike Church Presents-The Red Pill Diaries Podcast
"This is the fun part. Remember the whole shaking, not start things. Martini is you want. Shake it really really good. I'm going to keep shaking ashes a home tip. It's got about this much in it. I'M GONNA. Keep shaking it until I. Feel the glass. Get Cold. That'll me no. Okay we're perfect now. Don't forget our groceries. And, then finally. You can't have a good Martini without. Twist. Where we can get a battery on that thing is it gonNA run out. Twist. This little tool here. This thing will do zest. The bachelorette little little devil twice to. Take a twist. kind of wrapped around your finger like that. You get it a twist. You WanNa take. WanNa go around a the glass? And there's your perfect gin. Martini shaken not stirred. Wow? That's good. Ladies! Probably GonNA. Do Pretty much the same thing with the vodka. Same ingredients same process. Take your glass and again if you don't have the a lot of people. If you don't have the Handy Dandy Mr, I'll show you what you can do if you WanNa make this classically. Take our two shots of. Tito's because as made in America. And it's small batch ever delicious, and it's not filtered four hundred seventeen thousand times. Filtered in delicious. We're actually going to put vermouth in the glasses time. Again. Most people say I just WanNa shot I just one little thing. It's a two to one I know. People are going to say not dude I've never heard that is two to one. It's two to one I bartended for six years. Some really good bartenders. It's two to one. Again Take a couple of olives. And just pure alcohol. And we'll add rice..
"martini" Discussed on Mike Church Presents-The Red Pill Diaries Podcast
"He took grain alcohol. Basically stuff that you can drink won't poison you. And he put juniper berries in it, and so the Dutch word for this is Jenna version. Of course, the English do English do when it makes it over there. They took a real beautiful long word and conjugated intern from Jennifer into. Jim, the second ingredient in a Martini. Vermouth most people as you know I don't. Mind Martini just kind of. Just wave over the just just pointed in the direction. That's not a Martini Oh so you want me to make you a chilled shot of vodka best, Martini. I don't care how many hours I stick in it. We're making classic stuff here today, so. Where did the Martini come from? Believe it or not San Francisco? California eighteen fifty. There's a minor who is on his way to the gold. Rush stops at a bar and he meets a bartender owns his bar. Professor Gerry Thomas is behind the bar. Professor Gerry Thomas is challenged by this minor who said hey bartender. Produce produces the gold. Nugget puts the gold nugget under bar. I'm tired of all these Whiskey drinking I don't want no whisking are wanting to have steam beer, either you know what I want to dazzle man into gold nuggets yours. Bartender went to get a bottle of whiskey now. No, no, whiskey. Bartender got a bottle Gen, a little bit of this, which would have been read at the time I'll get to that story just a moment. Put it together to an olive in there or some fruit served it to him. He loved it. The Martini was born now. The minor is said to have been of the heritage. His last name was Martinez. So that's how we get Martini. Martinez shortened again to Martini right down the Road San. Francisco, from San Francisco is Martinez California. They have their own story. As a matter of fact, they have the international like Martini. Eighteen California they claim that they were the first people have San. Francisco saying Professor Gerry Thomas but wait. It gets even better than this every week. We have to go through this. Damn New Yorkers New Yorkers claim in eighteen ninety that they invented the Martini at a bar that was named Martini. Wrong. Answer your forty years too late now. Some other people say well come on can't do it's easy. Martini and Rossi wrong answer. Martini and Rossi was founded in eighteen seventy there twenty years too late to the party. By the way, this is clear vermouth. This is made from this stuff. Today is made from simple syrup. Juniper Berries, and some other herb and spice concoctions. Actual vermouth would be read. It'd be a a red drank. It'd be very very spicy and very very sweet. Vermouth has a nice way to it, and by the way vermouth comes the original ingredient for for. For vermouth, which Wormwood and Vermouth? What's called a moot.
"martini" Discussed on Dr Wilko's Campaign For Better Beverages
"Good evening and welcome to the bar following on from our last chat probably time that. I divulged the secrets of that. Most inimitable of drinks the Martini tonight. I'll be making you the perfect Martini. I take him on teeny gloss and chill. Now take your cocktail. Shaka and fill it with ice. Then add a double measure of gin at a half measure of dry booth and a half measure sweet vermouth. Now stir thoroughly. We'll get to that minute. Mr Bond now strain into the Martini glass and served with a garnish of lemon. Peel cheers. delightful perfect. You might say the Martinez quite a versatile cocktail. As long as you don't mind strong short drink. There are a multitude of variations. The Perfect Martini has a sweetness to it. But you get less of the Jin Flavor. Dry Martini can be anything for a floral celebration of your vermouth to some gin waived in the general direction of Italy the kind Chechulin no cowan enjoyed. And finally. If you're paranoid about being poisoned you can go for. The shaken not stirred version the VESPER MARTINI. The packs of our total punch as it combines both gin vodka and dessert wine. How did this classic cocktail come to be as is usual in the history of cocktails? The exact origin is fuzzy. Much like my head after a few MARTINIS one theory. Is that adapted from a drink called the Martinez this was named for a town in California. The t the was the home of the drink or place. People were very to after waiting at a hotel a mixture of bidders machino GIN and Vermouth. It is quite different from the modern Martini. Another drink that might stake a claim to being the MARTINIS. Progenitor comes from Harry. Johnson's bartender's manual. This recipe was a mix of sugar syrup. Bidders cure sow gin and vermouth as equally different from our Modern Day. Dry Martini. The first true Martini was developed in the Knickebocker Hotel in New York. Sometime between nineteen eleven nineteen twelve and was based on a recipe from nineteen o four but had a mix of two pots plymouth gin to one part dry vermouth with a dash of orange bidders as mentioned in my episode on. Jin The Martinez. An excellent way to enjoy the spirit for those who dislike. Gin. You can have the Vodka Martini instead which was very popular in the late. Ninety going back to an even older visit to the bar. You can hear me discuss vesper Martini. Which MAKES HIS BOOTH GIN. And Vodka as Phoenix. Light Accord it some drink and that brings us to the quintessential question shaken or stirred now. Mr boomed reportedly orders his drinks in this manner so that poison cannot be added also. I've heard investigating it further. It seems this is more likely the preference of his creator in Fleming particular piece of spycraft. So how should you make Martini? There is some suggestion that shaking. The drink. Bruises the GIN making the drink bitter. It is also true the shaking cooler drink foster and likely leads to a Kotel and stirring would this may also lead in turn to a Mobil to down drink which is often not what the connoisseurs looking for in eighteen. It does appear that occur in the nineteen sixties would have been oil earlier than modern vodka. And the checking may have served disperse the oil. Either way it seems it is mostly down to personal preference personally. I shake my VESPA Martinis. Let's turn all the others. Well we'll type Martini. Would you like mixed shaken stirred? After all I did mind either way. Of course well SIP that slowly and enjoy and remember always drink responsibly..
"martini" Discussed on The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz
"The Boca Blue Martini will never be the same misses him so much. Boca Raton misses him so much. I guarantee you. He misses the Blue Martini. They don't have that was an Oxford Probably not Billy was stunned by that and finally before we get to lane. Kiffin just floored by kneecaps. Just appear like how does that happen lamps. Kneecap start showing up between the ages of two and six. Are You surprised by that? Lame did you know before listening and coming on air here. That babies didn't have. I did not know that I was actually trying to picture it as she 'cause I'm not seeing a TV. So I'm trying to picture whether they do so I'll go with downs. If you say things fast enough and strong enough. Everybody believes them. Y- live my life by that recruiting recruiting South Korea Lynch. That's why you can't crawl on the ground with him without it hurting. I had a relative. Don't what the facts and details get. We have a good story once. What what have you learned Lane Along the path that brings you now to the SEC. What's something that you know? Now that you simply did not know before. I think I'm just like I would hope anybody wouldn't any type of job. You know. Eleven twelve years later from last time head go to this conference. You know you got experience in different places and You know hopefully. Don't make the same mistakes you made when you were younger. So three years coach saving was extremely valuable and taking more of a CEO approach You know learning from him as I think he helped our last spot. A you and hopefully helps here. How DIFFERENT IS OXFORD THAN BOCA WATER? A little bit more true Brian Link. We're looking at houses Fisher in the backyard like okay like gather some crappy and like like. That's the size of the Bait. Fish us down there. I imagine that the real estate is a bit cheaper right you can. You'RE GONNA buy yourself a Pat. You've already have you already when you're coming down to. Fau people were talking about Actually there was an article written. Somebody was shopping. Four houses with you I think. How is the house buying experience been there? It is a little bit cheaper You know but There are some really. You know all jokes aside there some great areas here and my brother lived here before when he was assistant coach so I got to visit him. You know one summer and see it and And the people are mazing. You know it's SEC. And Passion for football and for Sports. It's unbelievable. How close were you? Or what was the closest you are leaving? Fau before this job came along I don't know I I really was. I know every coach says this. But you guys know me. I don't give coach was extremely happy there. I Love Boca You know love the players team leadership and You know we're doing great things so I think it's it's a really easy place to recruit too obvious reasons Boca and the resort and The weather so integrate campus so I was not most people had an FBI score just dying. You know You know to to get back to power five and take any job was not the case. I was active in this and wanted to make sure it's a place that could win and had one. You know this place you know just coming off. Four or five years ago when the sugarbowl. How happy are you actually coach big football players now because what was startling watching your fau football team and it was a good? Football team is that the players are appreciably smaller than the ones in the SEC. I think you always struggle at that level in the in the lines. You know your your big guys like you mentioned you know you especially in South Florida. You can find skilled guys all over the place so we were able to match up with a lot of good people with skill players but Sec's obviously different. The biggest difference always has been the big players. If you were to give me three reasons that you left for Mississippi would money be among them and what are the three reasons Money would not be? I don't and again sounds crazy but money is very low on my list. I think once my opinion once you get the point that you can afford to do what you WanNa do in life that. What's the difference between you know? Making one million four million you know. I know that sounds crazy to lots of people but and I've been around long enough and I see it all the time and recording that money when he creates a lot of problems it doesn't it doesn't solve everything like people think it does so I see a lot of happy people without a lot of money and a lot of people with a lot of money not very happy so now that is not up there at all it really was. Just I think you know a few times a year you know and you know you're watching you know the playoffs and you're watching you know coach mark which saving whoever it is and you know coach. Sweeney and you're just saying you know you miss that you miss that stage of you know competing at the highest level so I think that that really was the only reason it's not about money. Not about where you live was simply about the ability to be a place that you could compete and you could play against those guys. Did you really just say? What is the difference between four million dollars and one million dollars? Of course it's four million three million. You should hit lane giving the you. Don't get the show. Is it true is it. Is it true if you can do what you WANNA do? You've made enough money in your life that you can do what you WanNa do and not crazy to own private jets and stuff like that. There isn't a whole lot of difference if so make make all this money. Sue You for your kids. Well most time you leave out of money for your kids. Those kids are screwed up. So be careful what you know. What's your what's your priorities are Lane I'm wondering here because I the coaches like there's some great characters in there. Who is the craziest coach right now in the Sec? High Close Mike Leach. Now even close next to them. Meaning there's all fourteen head coaches in the commissioner and odor on. It was like it was like I. I should have had to pay money for that seat. This guy knows at a ratchet up the where do you rank in terms of crazy in the conference among the coaches? Because you gotta finish behind ordure onto right. I don't know it was a great seat owes Ron for just say zero stuff you just saying. Let's go hit somebody just win. Baby experience like goes. Hey Are you going south? Are you going back to Mississippi Anita ride to Key West? What what percentage of Ed or girons words does lane kiffin understand one hundred but you gotta remember? That's a lot of years. That's I think. Four Years Assistant coach with them at USC. Then and I was coach at Tennessee and then I was head coach at USC. So that's a Lotta years to figure out that Kgb's you told Lsu when you were in Alabama. Is it true that you told? Lsu To hire him. I did. I thought that you know I talked today. Deion thought that he do a great job. Things are about fit. I mean what an amazing I mean. Look what happened? They wanted Nash Championship. But when a perfect fit for lsu recruit to the state of Louisiana and he's a great coach. Great Leader so Yeah told him you no brainer to definitely keep. He'd been interpreted time. How much time are you spending dreaming of beating Nick Sabin? Who told you not to wear a hat to meetings even know you know. That story was out there about the hat told it to hold on that story. Everybody you guys. But you've got to be thinking about that right like because he and I know you're hugely appreciative of all things. Nick Sabin. I know that that you have a great deal of admiration for him but there were also a bunch of things around him. That felt kind of silly. That aren't how lane Kiffin runs his his show. I just came. I'm you know I kinda say. This isn't coach. Almost like you go from you know apparent to like stepparents so Pekair ause with for six years kind of raised by him in the profession as an assistant coach and the next time on insistent coach is. I'm working for next. So I mean I've to the best coaches to ever coach Hall of fame coaches but do not just one thing different. They do every single thing different. You know nothing close to to each other so that was more adjustment period for me. You know just from what used to go into like says we're going to step part. Can you tell us the best story that you have about how vehemently you oppose the idea of jamarcus? Russell Being Oakland quarterback. This is not eh against your Marcus and I've said it before this you know midnight and for the draft. I just simply. Hey you know we're GonNa pay this guy you know upwards of sixty sixty three million dollars all right in. He's not ready for it. I said I wouldn't ready for it at twenty one. So he's not ready to handle that and you know it hasn't played very much you know and Mr Day was obsessed with the sugar bowl game. Where beat Notre Dame watch him on? Tv So he was obsessed. That Jeff Garcia was coming to free agency. And and Calvin Johnson was there and said Calvin Johnson. The best. You've ever seen ever workout in my life. You know this guy's going to one of the best ever. So that he was just set in his mind obviously was his franchise. So when you think about discomforts that you've endured arriving now back in the SEC. And back in place of that feels like big football The exit in Oakland. Where Al Davis Calls? Yeah flat out liar and says bringing disgrace for the organization. Is that the top of the list for you on discomfort or do you have something else. That's happened where you're like man. That was a really unpleasant thing to go through entire airport at three. Am after fifteen of the year at three and two on probation. Down thirty scholarships wasn't really fun. Especially when it's not expected you're flying back getting ready to go to the office sleeping office to work. The next day. That was that was kind of uncomfortable. I guess where we're happy to be able to have you back in the FCC. We're happy to be able to talk to you again. Lane lane our raise expectations but avenue. Five after five weeks you play. Baylor Auburn. Lsu In Alabama yeah. They didn't tell me the schedule Lane. Thank you for being on with us. We appreciate talking to you are they. Did just turn the TV on. What are you guys doing this? Inter where we're at is such a good question. I don't know if you're a.
"martini" Discussed on Mentors for Military Podcast
"Very insecure dog and like everybody there are people that I you know. I met twenty years ago at l. e. new for you know we really each other president for a couple of weeks and a bumped into a guy. I've not seen in ten years and he goes dude. I knew it was you before you ever walked into the room. He was like there's only one person in the world but that voice Yeah Budget is sling blade. I get the same thing at the street leading people. come up up to me like I heard your voice and then you know all we were actually GonNa have fun with a little bit but we went to the different. We're GONNA have fun with the about the the unit and because you know Jospin from so calm and everything you know. It's it's always a lot of fun to hear a different person's perspective Josh. I don't know if you WANNA go down that path that we just WanNa leave David along the the only thing I'll say is you know I I love the show. I've seen it. You know numerous times and I love the kit the kit setups you guys you guys ever needed advisor or how. Yeah so we we had. Initially we had Eric Caney so that he was taken from From his his his book or I guess it was inspired by his book. And then Eric got into it with the network because of the story lines you know they they they remarkably arguably were able to hold on for a good stretch before they that you can see you can tell when the stories get a little cheesy and and then they come back and then they get a little cheesy. But that's the network involvement so eric got fed up with him and he laughed. And then we got another guy People Labor he came in and then some advising. But you don't want to interesting is that You know so for every military film you do some training right. You do like a like an extensive. They'll send you out especially the big ones anything. That's sort sort of a high profile deal like you know private Ryan we did. I don't know we were out for three weeks or a month or something out trading and living in tints and eating and Maurice whatever but do it a lot of tactical stuff with World War Two weaponry right so when we did the unit you know Eric trained us And he's going back to you. Know One of the original guys I would imagine I mean Yup Yup and and so and then. Let's say you know I went and did some training with you know for thirteen hours or like you know. Oh Captain Phillips. I was out in Virginia Beach and trade with some seals out there so the the but how the trip tactically how it's evolved from from like Eric's time you know or even World War Two man I mean from from the from your draw to your transition to your your secondary to you know see. QB It's so fascinating to me how we just keep getting more and more efficient and how you know those little tweaks you ask if you're in the military they're not so noticeable but from a third party from an outsider's also others point of view I see every little we see. Everything's so I will watch your show and you can ask my wife because I was this way when I was in the army that I would see guys that were just didn't look right. Ed Go walking right up to him and correct right there on the spot so it's nothing for me to sit there and watch a movie and I swear if one thing is out of place I I've you've lost me. I can't watch the rest of the movies. No they don't wear a beret like that who they taught them aware where it must have been a navy seal. That was doing the you know the backward and everything training these guys because you know who wears a beret with the liner still in it. What do I I feel with medical shows? Yeah exactly yeah and and that's my wife because she's an rn so she does the same thing you know. Whatever you oh God no? Yeah so I mean you know when when you see movies that are back in the day in odor and stuff. There's somebody that's really help them along with this and I'm sure it was the same way in your most recent movie but when the networks do get involved sometimes on television stuff. That's that's not the thing that they're really most focused on you know. It's not the big the accuracy. You mean yeah yes. They don't care about the Agresson it's the last thing and it should be the first thing right nowadays I would you know there are a little bit more invested in it but I mean look the the cool thing the unit is that it was so big with the military late now I think it still is my God. I'm still getting people asking me when the next season is buddy it was cancelled seven years ago. It was one of the coolest things I'm I'm just ever been able to do for You know a young soldier was We were so. I think it was midway Dennis as Burr. Robert Patrick and Michael Berbie so four of us were in Iraq and we This guy came running up to us. He was like Oh my God oh my Oh my God oh Shit Dude my my buddy he will fucking sorry you will die if he sees you. Please get your sick. He's he's over here we can. I just say you come with me where you come with me. And we walked over it to see his buddy some facility and walked in and he was watching watching the unit and we tapped and trae turned around and for the dudes from the unit were on his TV were standing behind and he lost it. It was it was the most amazing thing I've ever sue. So we're all where is it that people can go and watch started. Well Gardner. You're so the bailable on all the streaming networks basically platforms Amazon to networks. That don't watch it on Netflix. Because netflix subscription based network. I guess in and an doesn't doesn't help us get to our profit margin so if you if you do watch it yeah police get it on the booth Hoodoo Voodoo Buddha's who ah who is he. He's probably on holiday. Whatever do those you can find it and you know? Look if we're we're we're also let me just quickly plug so the last movie I did was a balls to the wall comedy. It was a complete departure from wilder. We hired I think we had one two three four veterans starring in the movie five veterans and. We had veterans behind the camera working on the true. So I hired veterans for the crew. The sequel to that movie We did a raffle with American Airlines. I raffled off off four speaking roles. In the sequel that went to my veteran charities. All the money went to warriors heart and higher ground and Gary sinise. So I'm using these other movies to kind of push my support to the veteran community. And if you WANNA follow me follow me at Max. Martini L. A. ON INSTAGRAM and twitter. I'm not as active on twitter but more instagram. And you can sort of keep up with the film and the give back portion of the sold and and the other selves man. That's awesome. I'm glad you through all those things out there because I was exactly what I was GonNa ask you next but you know. I don't know if you've heard of some of the things that currently affecting our veterans today as well and that's become the new Agent Orange in its burn pets and so we haven't seen or been engaged in a lot out of that. I know it's near and dear to Nikki and the work that she does especially with hundred seven foundation an organization that's really around trying to bring awareness to that Through research and clinical research and data that they've collected but it truly is becoming this generation's Agent Orange certainly is that is well. That's one of the you know you were talking about with the TV. I and getting ahead of it. That's SORTA similar with what we're trying to do with the burn pit injuries or you know the the the toxic exposures with our guys coming back with these really rare cancers in respiratory illnesses. That are just. They shouldn't be getting in their thirties and forties forties. And so that's what the Hunter Seven Foundation does is research on that. But like you were saying before you know you wanted to serve and it's like you know you are using you have a platform firm and you're able to use that platform to bring awareness because that's one of the most difficult things I know with. This foundation is just getting the word out and getting that awareness out to the veterans that could be affected or been exposed in trying to get ahead of that and be proactive. Who Yeah I'm trying you know I'm trying to. I'm trying to inspire people in my community to do the same you know and look this is also you know the way. See that father. You know two kids. I try to lead by example. You know my kids are veterans supporters. Now and you know it's amazing. They'll do they'll have a a school assignment and my youngest comes home with a drawing of a soldier and you know what he represents to him and I it's just you know so it's a it's a beautiful thing so you know lead by example I mean ever get your hands dirty. You can't you can't say I support veterans right. You know and if you're not doing anything to support veterans so if you support community if you if you if you value your freedom if you you know love your country if you if you if you want it to remain a free and thriving place to to raise your family can get out and support your veterans Uh..
"martini" Discussed on News-Talk 1400 The Patriot
"Is Max martini follow him on Twitter Max martini LA Max can I give you a little bit of may I lecture you about social media for second what is your photograph on Twitter you look like a businessman I want to see you in your ballistic vest with your ceramic plates with the ram for dude come on what you look like a Hollywood all right you know all my Ramblers back what you DO es also there's a few more villagers are all right good well we bumped into each other's shot show and it was fab mutual fund board moment for each of us I'm so excited you agree to come on the show especially because of your new projects are you got a new film it's already out guys you've got to go and see if it's called sergeant will Gardner it's streaming on Amazon I tunes all the places where you can get your movies your favorite movies love this movie tell us what it's about but also link this is this the genesis of this film comes from your work on the TV show the unit correct it does yes while we were filming the unit I went to the Middle East a couple times to those of the troops and all under which were before and over there all young larvae were injured that I stayed in touch with walls in combat when he came back he has your return call with significant traumatic brain injuries so far my experience in in trying to sort of help him but you know and and also in my circle of friends but other bodies of you know came back with emotional outdoor physical injuries this it all inspired me to to make a movie to give back to veterans charities which I don't think that Hollywood has ever opened on and and so we've allocated thirty percent of the still to go to three charities that I support that are well credit and that all or or changing the lives of veterans daily so these these charities that focus on brain injury PTS the things like that I actually just want one as Gary Sinise starvation juries in the movie he's a mentor of mine and and such a wonderful force were good person for somewhere in the bedroom community of higher ground USA which is based on the Sun Valley Idaho New York Los Angeles and warriors hordes of based on a Bender taxes these are old you know they they they they have different treatments each each foundation but they but largely focus on TV are speech yes warriors horror of all two addresses chemical and or alcohol dependencies and higher ground is also working on the power of the home stretch across the really wonderful organizations and we support and end of movies sports so the film is called sergeant will god no thirty percent of the film's proceeds goes to charities who support those those suffering with PTSD or a traumatic brain injury check it out right now put it on your watch list on Amazon on I tunes we are talking to Max martini all of the unit saving private Ryan and now sergeant will gonna I am in the last few minutes I have to us your professional question Max given that what you're doing with this show you your dedication to the troops the fact that you were shot show I I have a sense that you might be more conservative than than not you requested all right well let let let you know I'm not going to ask you what you are okay I'm going to ask you the context let's set the stage I think you don't think you're getting better in your business if you look at you know what Ricky Joe vase did say recently about awards ceremony Utica Dave Chapelle is incredibly successful a Netflix show it is the political correctness in in Hollywood in the movie industry are we seeing a re dressed to that or is it still an issue you know I look I love what Ricky to raised about the I want to say that the things or are changing you know for me our market Mari dedication is to the warriors that that are all four lines with their protect our freedom and in in for me this is something that you know look here's here's here's my complaint about Hollywood if I'm very used to that when there is a let's say for example a natural disaster all the big bands all the movie stars everybody rallies everybody has that we have how will because we were this morning yet we shall we this incredible amount of support for causes like that where is with the support of the venture community where we have three hundred thousand plus diagnosed cases of local combat related to merit brain injuries in in the middle of the the statistics you know it's not for Christians anymore and it should be banned and so for me I might very soon means everyone of my movie Dermot Mulroney Robert Patrick all she took orders I'm trying to well the Hollywood together to to to to you know do something or get their hands dirty show some support for the people that are good or ensuring that we enjoyed the freedom and liberty that we do as Americans so you know that's my concern your question look I hope are you know you the whole world to a better tomorrow that so who's going to the concert well you're helping to get us to that better tomorrow by the pro there's your chosen he's he's very he should be the diplomatic corps that was very nice to be done Maximillion very impressively done he is supporting those that have stood on the war for us to protect us and our freedoms so let's show appreciation to him and also through his latest project thirty percent of the proceeds of which are going to our veterans and the charities of the supporting especially those with traumatic brain injury in PTSD it's called sergeant will garden it includes co stars Gary Sinise and Robert Patrick and it is of course a vehicle of Maximillion martini follow him a check that his Instagram account it's not too shabby it is also Max martini L. A. and if you come to this wall Max you're gonna come in studio correct absolutely all right god bless you keep doing what you do thank you us about single good this is America first of the Salem radio network coast to coast and we hear also proud of the people make this show possible and.
"martini" Discussed on The Sheepdog Project
"A level that that somebody like like me and a lot of us. Just can't do and I want to thank for my service. I WanNa thank you for your service veterans. Because you've you've done a tremendous amount. Thank you sir. Thanks man I mean you know when I went to the Middle East I really were you know in in had this idea. It gave a lot more importance to what I'm doing professionally. You Know I. It just suddenly made it You know if I can if I can help. Heal veterans can raise money for veterans if I can if I can you you know. Remind people that even though it's not front page news anymore. They're still staggering. Numbers veterans that are suffering in the streets of America. Then that suddenly elevates the you know the what I do to a different level and you know and on that note how wonderful is the USO. I mean the we did we went through the USO. But we because as we were on this like you know Special Operation Show we got sort of like you know kidnapped by the by the than in here and take a high on our own little adventures but the but but really the you know the USO is doing such a service to the troops and you realize that when you see it I can tell you you know not having been in uniform but having seen the faces of the men and the men and women the kids in combat that that you know when you show up there and suddenly you know they get a little taste of home and a break from the grind. It's really it's really important in those I think it does their hearts a lot of good absolutely it. Does it. My my first Zhihua tour was in Iraq and The the sons of anarchy cast came over Minus Charlie Hudson who you you've of course have worked with A- and He had a family emergency so he couldn't come along But the rest were just all of them so so cool Kim Coates is one of the coolest individuals. I've ever been great. He's about your mind. Give him my best. I know he's not going to remember meeting in Iraq but it just The my buddy and I were just smiling for days after that after after meeting those guys who was just and it does it it it. It reminds you what you're there for. It remind it reminds you of home and what you're going back to and it's it's a bright spot in an otherwise sandy dingy hot wet when it should be dry dry when it should be atmosphere so very very much appreciated. What do you have Upcoming any any projects projects we should know about anything we should be looking to support. Yeah you know I. I took a a little bit of a break from the the dramatic world of Phil Nagging and stepped into comedy. So I'M GONNA SO I. I just finished a movie that I directed called erotic erotic. The MANSON brothers midnight. Zombie massacre and It's absolutely hilarious. It's it's like a hangover funny and like comedy and just a big a big action and and it was a ton of fun. So we're we're about to start selling bad. Excuse me we already got the money for the sequel. which which is the Mansa Brothers Satanic Vampire Death Match I? Just it's gotTa say ran out of the gate all of my high level marketing buzzwords. You're hitting him really excited to get these out in in the first one you know has a lot of Military and military supporters in it you know DB. Sweeney is a big of good friend of mine. He's a huge military supporter. Radhika Tourism Senate who is was military for who else an actor Dave Meadows? who was in? He's one of my buddies from Captain Phillips He's a former team guy he's entities amaze drink. Think Oh in Louise Board or Nada who I was telling on your own and he's in it Yeah so you know again. We're using veterans and and and this was one of the the movies. SRA actually the sequel to this film is the one that we use to To auction off to raise money for charities. Hey can I plug them real quick. You can clog anything you. I'm and it's your time done. Okay so Gary sinise talked about Gary His Foundation the Gary sinise foundation is is just an incredible organization for those that aren't aware they do everything from entertain the troops to to You know outfit. Homes for veterans with disabilities to build homes for veterans that are displaced or can't afford homes they've Gary constantly doing You know on some adventure with World War. Two veterans are taking gold star wives and their kids to Disneyland his knee land. I mean he's really. He has the biggest heart in Hollywood for veterans and if any one is looking for organization to support his is stellar The other two that were trying to raise money for one is called Higher Round USA which which is based out of Sun Valley Idaho. They use recreational therapy to assist veterans in need They have offices in new. You were city and in Los Angeles which are additionally focusing on homeless veterans And lastly warriors heart was started by a former tier. One operator Buddy of mine that started the foundation to to not only assist veterans but also oh first responders law enforcement officers one of the credit criteria to enter into the program is that you have a drug and or alcohol alcohol dependency once you're in the program they can further address. TV or pts. And it's it's it's the facilities oscilloscopes as on a five hundred Acre ranch in Texas. That is like a five-star vacation. I mean it's it's beautiful and and the veterans coming out of that program are changed for life a solicitor. They're really doing amazing. Things three vetted it'd organizations that that help veterans get money and assistance to veterans. And anyone looking again looking to support the veteran community this year. I recommend this three definitely have links to all of those in the show notes and when it when this gets posted up I'll tag everybody possible on social media so they can get as widest-circulation as possible Max speaking of social media where. What are your handles working people paalea? Yeah I'm I'm pretty much I pretty much stick to instagram and A little bit twitter. I'm not quite On twitter as much but both handles are at Max. Martini L. A. Samak's Martini in La Aw Yeah and please follow me on instagram and twitter. If you if you do that also and You know again I'll be. I'm constantly posting about the worked with veterans and and the movies that are coming up so you can fall out again. We as veteran on behalf of veterans. We really appreciate it. Max We really do. Thanks for your service. I thank you for what you've done for us. Thank you for your time today. I'll have links to to maximize is a social media and all those charities in the show notes. Make sure you check it out. Make sure you go by Sergeant Will Gardner check it out You you will be very happy that you didn't you'll be given to a good cause Max you're welcome back anytime. If you ever have anything you want plug a short notice. Whatever it is you have my contact info do not hesitate to get in touch just me and if I am literally can record an episode and get it out that day if I need to amazing? Thanks Mike Assocation off. All right sir. You have Have a great a day and thank you again. That was Max Martini. Everybody at again. Make sure you check out MAXA social media. Make sure you check out all the charities that we talked about our got links to all those in the show notes just in case. You didn't get a chance to jot those down so make sure.
"martini" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio
"Max martini starring and he directed also sergeant will Gardner and movie that's been on his heart he put together and it benefited veterans cherries all over the country and we're so proud to bring them back because he's doing even more for veterans groups Max welcome back to America trends. all we're so thrilled now besides that you've been we've got a background with you people recognize you from so many things the unit saving private Ryan I'm among many and now you're starting in the purge and your on the USA network right. I'm in New Orleans where the second doing the purge all we actually finish the show on Thursday. over fifteen and based on the the purge feature franchise for those little familiar it's a horror series which is new for me. as sure as anything besides since will Gardner you put together two more movies in one you're giving away for speaking parts and again the raffle that we hope we all by all our listeners and viewers right now and we'll get details on that but first what we're talking about the purchase can you give us a little more background what's it about she heard is let's say so the store in the story there's twelve hours a year where the law stands at all. do you purge people. it's just over in game for anyone that has a you know. with anyone else. it's kind of one of our lecturers and I play a long course Sir that is use using those words opportunities to to steal from the rich and daughter and mother in an assisted living program and all help his team you know sort of get out alive the life of crime in which are all. tropical smoothie he's he's using it for for some good. heard yet on the USA network in coming out can you give us the dates again. comes on October fifteenth I just a little plug I have another movie on the lyrics called the line which comes out October eighteenth which is another war this is not really my genre salutes or his whole room monster Max martini in October where any recently directed a second film okay there's a purge in there some of your co stars and by the way how many episodes are there. others to know missiles right okay and you just also directed your second from the Manson brothers midnight is on the massacre. so you don't run up to will go order. well let's do something completely different and and my body had a script was izombie comedy and the. reasons of that and and we we put together this is great so much we will sell in November and hopefully get in early two thousand twenty release all gosh that sounds fine your body's any money recognize. because route into being you have seen fighters. store from heroes DB Sweeney from cutting edge lots of lots of familiar faces that you'll you'll recognize ins are. we loved about sergeant will Gardner to we just saw a little clip at the beginning which came out about was it a year ago. this is a lesson that we spoke it was just coming out it's you know it's done amazingly well or street trended on Netflix forever for those who haven't seen it it's still available on iTunes and. was on and in those lists or streaming platforms Amy the responses and tremendous is it really. without exaggerating twenty to thirty to write messages a day from veterans and then you know have said Hey this is my story you know thank you so much for telling that or even smarmy to come forward and and and get help you know what one woman in particular sent me a message saying that he had gone through one of the programs and one of the charity services for warriors **** and that that she really had given us all or some other back in in some of these really wonderful messages from veterans and and a lotus doing in this grassroots kind of way it's fine and wonderful big audience well I really love it too it's it's it's a treasure it's very precious and I don't know patronizing but not really easy you have a background working with it with people who have been serving our country because you were doing background for all your rules. and you just again have the heart for them so not only did you give back thirty percent. from there I got a call no they're all coming up for Max not only do you get thirty percent back SO three groups which we'll talk about a mom at. you really did tell their story because a lot of people can slide off the radar you're not necessarily hearing about the war every day and what people go through and so many of them have come back and it is their lives every single day they don't get their lives back but you told their story and sometimes only through Hollywood can we get these messages out. well you know it's it's a wonderful way to work soon you know communicate and and you know if you have a less is a social statement you know it was a landmark case in order to you know to raise monetary support for veterans and and you know like I said I'm I'm a big supporter of think it is you know it's a result of having. participated in so many more films and TV shows and you know. my base of friends is largely military as a result of that now and I really do have a deep appreciation for what our orders for country our freedom so this is my way of giving back and serve the country but but hopefully this is some this is a little bit of service and and I think I can do a lot of good with with you know what I'm doing and in fact is a great way of giving and of serving we just have to use that vocabulary about it because it is just what it is and you know not for nothing in September is. action not that we know we lose what twenty twenty one veterans military a day and they just think their life is not worth living to anybody so this movie I recommend you go to it take your friends and again your buddies and Gary Sinise some people from the unit be worked with and a lot of people recognize Elizabeth wrong and so again tell us about twenty seconds of the break we'll come back and talk about your new project and and that rascal you're doing. the new project is it's a movie that I'm directing told song down my. and I thought you know while waiting for storage will garner to get to its profit margins you can start sharing with our archer. in a moment but for right now they can't see will Gardner is it still on Netflix Max..
"martini" Discussed on Bay Curious
"There's no denying the MARTINI is icon. Ick. Do something for you, Mr. bond just drink about teeny shaken not stirred, of course, there's JAMES BOND, and it even has its own emoji. But just exactly where the cocktail was invented. How it got its name? Even what it's made of. That's where things get muddled here with our next installment of the Golden State plate series is Bianca Taylor. All right. I'm gonna make a MARTINI. Cocktail the way we do here at bull valley road house. And it's two parts of this old Tom gin, which is sweeter chin. The two inches of this in in the year. I'm with bar manager to near ben-shalom at the bowl valley road house in this tiny East Bay town of port Kosta, exactly half of that one of our Torino vermouth bland, what's the perspective? You've how to me? It was the MARTINI. Martini to me or makes a mean drink. But when I start asking him more and more questions about where the MARTINI comes from. He tells me I really just need to get in my car and drive twenty minutes down to Martinez. I'm standing on the corner of may sonic, and I'll hamburger streets, and there's a lot on a giant boulder in a parking lot, basically. And it says birthplace of the MARTINI. So not only does Martinez lay claim to the drink with a plaque. It throws an annual MARTINI festival, and the drinks origin story is all over the city is official website. But Gabriel close a San Francisco bartend. Nder who collects and studies old cocktail recipes? He says there's actually a lot of controversy about where and who invented the MARTINI is origins are. So murky a drink. It's not like entered into the public record. According to the plaque. The Martinez story goes like this. On this site in eighteen seventy four a bartender served up the first MARTINI when a minor came into his saloon with a fistful enoug-. It's and ask for something special. He was served a Martinez special after three or four drinks. However, the Z would get very much in the way the drink consisted of two-thirds gin one third vermouth a dash of orange bidders poured over crushed ice and served with an olive. But Gabriel tells me a really similar story. It also takes place in the eighteen seventies. But this time it happens in San Francisco. It starts with a minor who comes into a bar Oxydental hotel with a sack of gold, and he wants to trade it in for a bottle of whisky, so bartender. Jerry Thomas gives them the whiskey and to special drink that he just made up off the cuff to call it. The Martinez and eighteen eighty seven the recipe for the Martinez was documented for the very first time in. Jerry, Thomas's bartenders got it on his recipe. Looks a lot like the classic MARTINI. And here we've got the old Tom gin and vermouth. This is one part old Tom two parts. Vermouth? Jennifer Kallio is an award winning bartender and a self-proclaimed cocktail nerd, I like the MARTINI because I love I love all the stories. And I love that. There's this Eric mystery to it h l Mencken called the MARTINI. The only American invention as perfect as the sonnet. She loves martinis so much. She's made a spreadsheet the documents all of them are teenage variations that she's found over the years. It's like four hundred sixty nine entries. Some of the drinks are made with the exact same recipe. But they have different names. We've got the Chris racquet club, the Dewey, the dry MARTINI, the Marguerite, and the Nutting all those are made with the same ingredients one to one gin and driver move with orange bidders. So which one is the right one. There is nothing. Empirical here there are people writing other people's recipes there are people naming drinks after themselves or after the bars, they work in this explains. Why it's so hard to nail down the difference between Martinez and a MARTINI. Let alone figure out where it was invented. But regardless of what it was called. It's very obvious that emerged teeny style. Gin drink was really popular at the turn of the century. People. Always drank whatever they had around and. You know when America was being settled, there's a lot of gin here and that wasn't an accident..
"martini" Discussed on First Class Fatherhood
"So it comes out January eleventh, if if people are interested in supporting us or seeing the film, which also stars Gary Sinise, Robert Patrick Roney. I mean, amazing past they can go on Instagram to sergeant s GT will Gardner the movie no period after a sergeants s GT W. I L L G A R D N E R the movie, and I'll post their they can also foamy at max MARTINI LA on Instagram, and those are probably the best places. But yeah, please support us please support the cause. Okay. I will definitely be posting those links in the description of this podcast episode. So all my listeners need to do is. Attack the link and find out more info. So guys come on jump on this. It sounds like an awesome movie. It's for a great cause. It sounds like a slam dunk to me. I can't wait to see it. All right, max. Let me hit you hear one more question. I love to ask all the dads that again on the podcast, what type of advice? Do you have that new dad or for that about the father who's out there listening? Boy, I, you know, I I would say that my my what I really try to do as a father is to eliminate any kind of of gaffe between the my kids age and my eye without losing being a role a role model really listening to them at their level. You know, and and and understanding the the the things that they're going through kids or teens, and and you know, in trying to to because I think a lot of parents get stuck in in, you know, the sort of this 'plain Aries sort of parental, you know, space where they, but they lose communication with their kids. So for me, you know, what was really important to me is like trying to remember. Ever, you know, where I was at that age, and what I was going for when it really helps me in terms of having patients, you know, with my children, and and trying to give them solid advice. And and go back, and and you know, and just trying to think what I would have wanted to hear going through those exact situation because I know that when I look at my kids, I this happens to me regularly. I I look at them and what they're going through. And and there was that moment where I was in the exact same spot, you know? And so that to me is is pretty solid by it really opens up in Beijing communication between, you know, apparent Nick and their children and. And. Yeah. In Lhasa, sleep when John because we you know. That's my my wife, and I had my kids on a militant nap schedule. And it's saved us. We we have friends that like we don't know how you're getting so much like our kids would sleep twelve hours, easy, twelve hours. Yeah. At night. And and so, but but I think it's routine like they just love to have that routine. So there's. Well, sad. Max, I look forward to watching you and sergeant will Gardner, and I would just like to say thank you so much for giving me a few minutes of your time right here on first-class fatherhood. It was great to be on your show, man. Thank you so much revenue, and you know, congratulations and all the new parents. And and and and and the parents that have been around for but I'm excited to being the club. Awesome. All right, guys. Max martini. I will be right back after a quick spot..
"martini" Discussed on First Class Fatherhood
"Nets of strive button. You do not wanna miss all the action coming your way right here on I last fatherhood, okay, dads. I have an awesome guest. Joining me today to get you guys ready for thanksgiving break. Well, known actor max MARTINI will be here in just a minute. And he has played some really great films. I think all dad's really enjoy he was in saving private Ryan and captain Phillips to movies that featured mega star, Tom Hanks, max also starred in thirteen hours Pacific rim and today. He will tell us all about his new movie coming out soon sergeant will Gardner, so please stick around for the interview as we get ready to celebrate thanksgiving here. I am reminded of just how blessed and thankful IM as a father of four children. I am also very thankful from my wife, my family, and I am thankful for all of you listeners. Out there who continue to really overwhelm me would all your support. I hope you guys know how much I really appreciate all the downloads the subscriptions, the ratings reviews, the emails DM's. It's a tremendous honor for me to hear. So many kind words coming for you guys all the first class fathers out there, and I'm going to try to give back a little bit. After the break. I will be featuring a couple of loyal listeners who will have a chance to come on here and tell their father hood stories, and I'll get a chance to let them tell us about their fatherhood experiences starting with Miguel Garcia a father of fifteen and then Shane Freestone father of five. Those guys will be joining me here next week. So please lock it in as I continue my celebration of fatherhood family values..
"martini" Discussed on WEEI
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