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AP News Radio
Turkey quake revives debate over nuclear plant being built
"Posed earthquake questions in turkey have turned to nuclear power plants. The devastating quake, the topple buildings across parts of turkey and Syria has revised a long-standing debate locally and in neighboring Cyprus about a large nuclear power plant being built on turkey's southern Mediterranean coastline, the plants being designed to endure powerful trumbulls and did not sustain any damage or experience powerful ground shaking last Monday, but the size of the quake, the deadliest in turkey's modern history, is sharpening existing concerns about
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Qatar boosts influence in Lebanon amid multiple crises
"Qatar is silently expanding its influence in Lebanon, despite the fact that the crisis hit countries under growing control from the Iranian backed militant group has Bala, signs have emerged of Qatar's ever more present involvement in its regional neighbor Lebanon. It has continued to receive Lebanese leaders and has pumped tens of millions of dollars and to helping the country's armed forces amid a historic economic meltdown. Catas started to see the fruits of its investments when its state owned Qatar energy replaced a Russian firm in an international consortium to search for gas in the Mediterranean Sea, Qatar will also for the first time join a meeting in Paris, along with officials from France, Saudi Arabia and the U.S. for discussion focusing on Lebanon's political and economic crises. I'm Karen Chammas
AP News Radio
Olympic flame to take seaborne journey to 2024 Paris Games
"The Olympic flame will be going for a sale instead of arriving overland. The symbolic flame alighting the 2024 Paris games will take to the seas, though its birthplace in Greece, according to tradition, the flame will be lit by the sun's rays at a ceremony at ancient Olympia, then carried by the Olympic torch to Athens, Paris organizers say the next leg will be across the Mediterranean, aboard a three mastered tall ship, arriving in the French port of Marseilles, and then on to Paris, Marseilles is hosting sealing and soccer competitions at the games. I'm Charles De Ledesma
History Unplugged Podcast
"mediterranean" Discussed on History Unplugged Podcast
"Rivalry. Suleyman. There wasn't room for these two emperors and on both sides and there was a recognition that one of them would eventually have to win. That is not in fact what happened. Essentially what happened later on is that they achieved what we could call the extent of their potential to expand. But while doing so, they probed each other in all sorts of different ways. Suleiman got to the gates of Vienna, that was the furthest that he went north. And had Vienna fallen, then it is possible that Suleiman would have progressed even further into Western Europe. They also fought in the Mediterranean, particularly bitterly, because the Ottomans were developing their naval capabilities and suleyman engaged the services of a former pirate called high radian or as he was known in the west Barbarossa, who was of Turkish origin, but was essentially a freelancer. And when he became extremist successful in the eastern Mediterranean, and later on in the west, Suleiman called him to Istanbul and said, I'm going to give you my fleet and you're going to work for me. And so Barbarossa was the scourge of Christian shipping in the Mediterranean. On both sides, there was a lot of enslavement. There was a lot of raiding and so these two theaters the land and the sea theater were the scenes for this great epic rivalry between the two men. Scott here, one more break for a word from our sponsors. Right, all of this is taking place in the age of exploration. So to think of Charles is just emperor on mainland Europe is to miss the full extent of his power in the new world. Sultan suleyman himself later on and particularly pushed by his vizier sokollu mehmet Pasha out into Indonesia into vast swaths of the Indian Ocean. It's very reasonable to put the Ottomans up there as a great naval power in the age of exploration. But as you note, Berlin and suleyman's reign, they're not really thought of as a naval power, and the Ottomans definitely didn't start as a naval power. That's what you get when you're post mongolic chieftainship that consists of cavalry, they had to bum rides off of other states in order to get across the do really anything with the naval elements for a long time in the empire's history. That changes over the decades and centuries, and it definitely changes in the time of suleyman as you mentioned. And because of their expansion, the Mediterranean, this brings them into direct conflict with the Venetians and you even open your book with a meeting at the Venetian Senate and alarm at the growth of Ottoman shipyards and the planned expansion of their naval fleet. So briefly, can you talk about this conflict they have with the Venetians and Suleiman's relationship with them? The relationship with the Venetians is fascinating because it's the relationship of a very large power in territorial terms
History Unplugged Podcast
"mediterranean" Discussed on History Unplugged Podcast
"And even up to books in the late 20th century, such as Patrick king Ross, the rise and fall of the Turkish empire, that because she engineered to have her son follow up Suleiman, selling the second was a drunk, he was inept as opposed to Suleiman's oldest son who would have been an excellent sultan. So because of this Buddha is responsible for the ultimate decline and of course that's far too simplistic and this is more of a narrative interpretation of history rather than a factual reporting. But looking at some of the other people in Suleiman's orbit, coming to political rivalries, we started the discussion talking about him and Charles V representing their two great empires and essentially the avatars of their religions at this time. Can you talk about his rivalry with Charles V? It's a fascinating rivalry. Certainly we in Britain are accustomed to think of the 16th century as the age of Henry VIII, and then the age of Elizabeth and we think of these monarchs as straddling the world. And of course, they weren't important in southern Europe. They were hardly mentioned by the Ottomans. The main theater of operation was the Mediterranean base and control of the Mediterranean basin and control of trade links further east to the Persian Gulf and India and further afield were the major theaters. At the time, Charles, of course, was a world and a world emperor. He was expanding in Latin America from which he derived enormous profits in the form of gold and silver that he then used to finance his wars and other operations throughout the Holy Roman Emperor empire. Not only Roman Empire wasn't based in Rome, it was a vast, tentacular kind of coalition or agglomeration. Agglutination of different territories, all of which owed different degrees of allegiance to Charles V from Spain, up into burgundy and parts of North Africa, Italy was very much under hapsburg, and he was from the House of Habsburg. Charles V domination Charles empire was indeed vast. It struggled much of Europe and extended into the new world in the form of his possessions expanding possessions in Latin America. He had pretensions to a world monarchy, and that was suddenly the image that he liked to project. Now Suleiman equally had pretensions to a world monarchy. Sudirman was particularly upset by the fact that Charles styled himself prince of Jerusalem. And Jerusalem was an Ottoman territory. So that upset Suleiman, Suleiman was also not impressed by the way that Charles had become Holy Roman Emperor, essentially by bribing the electors, the princes and other potentates who elect the Holy Roman Emperor.
"mediterranean" Discussed on WTOP
"Missile on a trans ocean trans oceanic cruise. The vessel is carrying what is known as a zircon missile, which is faster we are told that the speed of sound. This comes as Russia's war in Ukraine continues to fail miserably. So what's next here? We ask WTO national security correspondent JJ green. Whatever Russia is doing is going to be watched very carefully. This appears to be very much, according to folks I've spoken to an attempt to show the rest of the world what Russia has, the invasion of Ukraine was supposed to do that, but that was a catastrophic misfire. Thus, this idea. The hypersonic missile has a range of 1200 miles and it travels at 7000 mph, that's 7 times the speed of sound. This missile is going to be on a Russian naval frigate that's going to traverse the Indian and Atlantic oceans and the Mediterranean Sea. Russian defense ministers Sergei shoyu said the crew on this vessel is going to practice with hypersonic weapons and long-range cruise missiles and quote various conditions, not clear what they would practice or where in these regions because they're far from Russian territory. JJ Ukraine has been running into some trouble because it's running low on missiles. How could that affect what's happening in Ukraine and can they replenish them? The New York Times says Moscow has enough missiles for two to three more large strikes. And looking at when and how often they do these strikes, that could be in a week or two. And so what we're hearing is that they're rushing newly produced munitions into service. This is according to a Ukrainian senior intelligence official talking to The New York Times and as we reported in the absence of these precision missiles, Russia's increasing its use of drones. That's why Ukrainian president volodymyr zelensky warned Ukrainians in his new year's message to get ready for that. Widening the aperture a bit, you see leaders from other countries, however, talking about Russia losing this war in 2023 or saying the war could be over this year. It's not clear when it will end, but what is clear, it's going to be an uphill climb for Russia's military. With the very latest of the war between Ukraine and Russia double DTP national security correspondent JJ green and the conversation with Hillary and Shawn, you are listening to 103.5 FM Ben
AP News Radio
Ahead of harsh winter, tourism roars back in Mediterranean
"Travelers are returning to the Mediterranean countries and tourism is booming thanks to a strong U.S. dollar and public demand after years of travel restrictions Among countries to beat annual record revenue halls from tourism are Greece and Portugal Stelios who left his job at Greece's Central Bank to offer boat trips around lesser known Greek islands describes the current situation as much welcomed People after COVID after two years of frustration and probably putting some money aside they decided no they should have occasion And I think the income of the budget willing to spend rose The stronger than expected comeback is a blessing for Mediterranean countries facing high levels of debt But the rebound may also ease the continent's tilt toward recession I'm Mimi Montgomery
AP News Radio
Israel and Lebanon reach historic deal over disputed maritime border
"Has announced an agreement that would end a maritime border dispute between Israel and Lebanon I Norman hall President Joe Biden says Israel and Lebanon ending disagreements over their shared maritime border is a historic agreement that could reduce the risk of war and pave the way for natural gas production 11 and Israel bolt claim some 330 square miles of the Mediterranean Sea Secretary of State Antony Blinken says the agreement is mutually beneficial It's going to benefit the region And ultimately benefit the entire world with very
The Charlie Kirk Show
Democrats Cannot Answer THIS Question
"Extent is man-made activity contributing to rising global temperatures. They can not give you that answer. They can't. Are there any other potential explanations for rising global temperatures? Over the past couple thousand years have global temperatures risen or fallen absent human activity? Have there been other environmental changes regionally from the Mediterranean climate to north England to sub Saharan Africa that might have changed not because of human activity, but because of other actions, when you have a hemisphere, when you have a planet that is so large and so massive, isn't it rational to believe that there could be other inputs or other potential, let's say, other potential explanations as to why the earth would be getting warmer? Is and here's the other question to what extent extent to what extent are other variables factored in. And here's the most important question. Let's pretend they're right about the alarmism. Let's pretend they're right about all this, even though none of their predictions come true. One prediction after the other is exaggerated is elaborated. Does that then mean this is the most important question does that then mean we put into jeopardy our ability to power our hospitals, transportation, our economic engine so then we then satisfy the slight increase in rising global temperatures? Is that right? And if so, why are you then making a widespread moral argument? Because that is a moral argument. Under what basis do you make that argument that poor people in America now have to pay 30 or 40% more to heat their homes this winter? That working class people have to pay 30 or 40% more to drive to work. Why? Because while she says, we own the science and the world should know it.
The Hugh Hewitt Show: Highly Concentrated
Tom Weiler Talks Military Service, MN House Seat
"People need to know story. You are a submariner. Would you tell people your service? Because I got to talk to you about Putin's threat last night because all of a sudden, every submarine or under the water all over the world is on alert. Yes, sir. And real quick, if people want to vote for Wheeler or wyler, I'll take votes for both. But yes, I was a submariner for 20 years. All things equal, I thought I'd still be driving submarines, you know, in the South China Sea or the Mediterranean, but I got a medical curveball with Parkinson's a few years back. But no, the submarine community is definitely, it's a different world this morning than it was last night. And that's unfortunate, but sort of a series of unforced errors here. I think by the Biden administration has contributed to where we are with the crises in Ukraine. Clearly, mister Putin is ultimately responsible for the tragedy occurring right there. The current war and we do need smart pragmatic commonsense leadership to bring this crisis to a resolution and stop the bloodshed.
The Hugh Hewitt Show: Highly Concentrated
The Power of the Flotilla
"Want to underscore that because right now the United States Navy has about 280 surface combatants at sea. This comes from page three 88 a victory at sea. The sheer size of the American naval armada surrounding Okinawa was a retelling of the story of the Pacific war, as 1200 landing vessels commenced their Easter Sunday, April 1 assault on the central beaches of Okinawa, they were screened by 200 destroyers 18 battleships and over 40 carriers. You know, that's bigger than the entire U.S. Navy today. It is doctor Kennedy. Yes. Now, the defenders of what's going on in our size and power of E today would say, well, a nuclear powered aircraft carrier of the GL four class of the retiring Nimitz class is so much more powerful than those carriers surrounding Okinawa in 1944. But we had so many more of them out there. And so one of the questions about present power is a possible vulnerability of the limited number of warships, including limited number of aircraft carriers, which we have across stress across the globe today for our commitments from the Houston Mediterranean through the Indian Ocean to the far Pacific. Not to mention, giving an eye enlisted children.
The Charlie Kirk Show
Paul's Mission to Stamp Out Heresies With David Limbaugh
"Talk about how Paul was kind of on a mission to stamp out early heresies. I think it's important for some of our listeners that are new to the faith. Talk about the context which was written. So Christianity was not even really a term at the time, right? We now call it Christianity, I'm not really sure that they called it. I think they call themselves brothers or sisters in Christ, you could tell us, but basically there are all these little pockets of the church all across the Mediterranean and Paul is just Polish just kind of playing offensive coordinator here and being like, stop doing that, stop doing this. Talk about that. Yeah, I think they called him the way for a while. The way. And but in disparagingly, of course. But Paul, this is so interesting and it's so relevant to our modern times where truth, the very nature of truth is being attacked. Jesus Christ is truth. And is the foundation for all that is true. And to the extent that the modern political left or the anti religious left can undermine the very concept of truth and distort language and postmodern culture, whatever, it undermines everything. It introduces moral and intellectual chaos. Paul was imprisoned for telling the truth for explaining that Jesus was the promised messiah. He was then a threat to Judaism. By the way, just so we know modern listeners and viewers understand we love the Jewish people. Christians are tied at the hip to the Jewish people and so this isn't about that. But we're talking about Paul being upset that the truth was being distorted and it's just like today. It's not just external forces. The gentiles attacking the church, these licentious people in Corinthians who, by the way, I used to read the Bible and think, I don't terrible. Who could possibly accept such a decadent culture? I think the United States is probably surpassed ancient Florence. You read Romans one, you say, boy, that feels like The New York Times.
Dennis Prager Podcasts
The Greening of America's Green Revolution
"I know it'll sound odd for me to say, but it's essentially very wealthy white people. Who run this thing? I assure you that the average minority member is not walking around, worried about carbon emissions. They're worried about a job, they're worried about the price of gasoline. The price of electricity. It's wealthy, bored, secular people. Overwhelmingly, who constitute everything crappy. And this is an example of it. Why don't we have a desalinization plant? Actually, that's not the word. Desalination. It's got no Z that's the best of my knowledge. Israel has built some desalination plants. Taking water from the Mediterranean and supplies its people with water.
AP News Radio
A new Libyan force emerges, accused of abusing migrants
"The Moroccan man had been stopped before at sea in his multiple attempts to cross the Mediterranean from Libya to Europe But this most recent time was different The Libyan force that had intercepted the boat full of 50 migrants was more brutal More than a dozen migrants interviewed by The Associated Press tell how they were brutalized by the group while being held in its detention facility the armed men beating and humiliating the migrants The moroccans said he was repeatedly beaten with rifle butts and whipped with rubber hoses badges on their uniform showed the affiliation of the gunman the stabilization support authority the SSA an umbrella group of militias has risen to become one of the main forces carrying out Libya's European Union aided effort to stop a migrants from crossing to European shores I'm Charles De
AP News Radio
Spate of wildfires scorches parts of Europe amid heat wave
"A spate of wildfires is scorching parts of Europe with rescue crews battling blazes in Portugal Spain and southern France amid an unusual heat wave that authorities are linking to climate change In Portugal the civil protection say multiple fires have caused the evacuation of more than 600 people with over 100 needing medical treatment and more than 800 firefighters have battled the two wildfires in the region outside Bordeaux in southwest France the European heat wave is also sparking flames in Spain and in turkey and the other end of the Mediterranean EU officials have recently warned climate change is behind the extremely dry and hot summer so far on the continent urging local authorities to brace for wildfires I'm Charles De
Ask The Health Expert
"mediterranean" Discussed on Ask The Health Expert
"Okay, so what should they be doing? Yeah, so I'm a huge proponent of extra virgin olive oil. We've seen numerous studies at this point. There's so much evidence on the health benefit of extra virgin olive oil. It's the staple oil in the Mediterranean dietary pattern. You know, it's weird. We have this in the medical literature. We have this mangled view of what the Mediterranean diet is, right? It's described sometimes as a low fat diet, a grain based diet. We, on the one hand, it's sort of I guess they haven't been there. Yeah, they probably have. That's certainly wasn't there when I was there. Yeah, I mean, it's the Mediterranean diet is the darling of the nutritional orthodoxy and yet they also love to tout the so called benefits of canola oil, but in the Mediterranean diet, you don't see canola oil. And when you actually go to the Mediterranean region of the world, it's all extra virgin olive oil. Extra virgin olive oil has a very cardiovascular friendly fat profile. It's predominantly heart healthy monounsaturated fat, which is the safest oil to consume liberally. It's great for it's great for your lipids. It does reduce LDL on par with polyunsaturated fats. When compared to saturated fat, so it's great for your cardiovascular cardiovascular system. It's chemically stable. You can cook with it. It's a myth that you can't cook with extra virgin olive oil. And extra virgin olive oil also has this additional superpower in that it contains phytochemicals like oleocanthal, which have been shown to be as anti inflammatory as low dose ibuprofen. Ibuprofen, everybody listening to this likely has ibuprofen in their medicine cabinet. It's a non steroidal anti inflammatory drug, but you can't chronically use ibuprofen because that comes with risk to your cardiovascular system. On the other hand, chronically using extra virgin olive oil, you get many of the anti inflammatory benefits, but none of the risk. So it's this incredible medicinal food. It's great for your brain health. It's great for your waistline. In terms of supporting metabolic health, so it's great for keeping your metabolism up and running smoothly..
AP News Radio
WHO says 99% of world's population breathes poor-quality air
"The the the the U. U. U. U. N. N. N. N. health health health health agency agency agency agency says says says says nearly nearly nearly nearly everybody everybody everybody everybody in in in in the the the the world world world world briefs briefs briefs briefs at at at at the the the the doesn't doesn't doesn't doesn't meet meet meet meet its its its its standards standards standards standards for for for for air air air air quality quality quality quality WHO's WHO's WHO's WHO's says says says says ninety ninety ninety ninety nine nine nine nine percent percent percent percent of of of of the the the the global global global global population population population population breeds breeds breeds breeds at at at at the the the the Dixie Dixie Dixie Dixie chicks chicks chicks chicks a a a a quality quality quality quality limits limits limits limits and and and and is is is is often often often often rife rife rife rife with with with with particles particles particles particles that that that that can can can can penetrate penetrate penetrate penetrate deep deep deep deep into into into into the the the the lungs lungs lungs lungs into into into into the the the the veins veins veins veins and and and and arteries arteries arteries arteries and and and and cause cause cause cause disease disease disease disease a a a a quality quality quality quality is is is is poorest poorest poorest poorest in in in in WHO's WHO's WHO's WHO's eastern eastern eastern eastern Mediterranean Mediterranean Mediterranean Mediterranean and and and and Southeast Southeast Southeast Southeast Asia Asia Asia Asia regions regions regions regions followed followed followed followed by by by by Africa Africa Africa Africa the the the the agencies agencies agencies agencies calling calling calling calling for for for for more more more more action action action action to to to to reduce reduce reduce reduce fossil fossil fossil fossil fuel fuel fuel fuel use use use use which which which which generates generates generates generates pollutants pollutants pollutants pollutants the the the the calls calls calls calls west west west west betrayed betrayed betrayed betrayed and and and and the the the the blood blood blood blood flow flow flow flow problems problems problems problems and and and and lead lead lead lead to to to to millions millions millions millions of of of of preventable preventable preventable preventable deaths deaths deaths deaths each each each each year year year year I'm I'm I'm I'm Charles Charles Charles Charles de de de de Ledesma Ledesma Ledesma Ledesma
AP News Radio
Libya coast guard: Migrant boat capsizes; 19 presumed dead
"Abates carrying around two thousand migrants capsized off the coast of Libya and the Mediterranean Sea every dozen people are now missing and presumed dead Libya's coastguard said that a group of twenty three migrants mostly from Egypt and Syria sets off from the Libyan town of Tobruk so far only one body has been found dead three migrants were rescued and taken to hospital such efforts are continuing in the latest tragedy at sea involving migrants trying to cross the Mediterranean into Europe I'm Karen Thomas
Mike Gallagher Podcast
Rep. Brian Fitzpatrick Describes the Long-Term Outlook of Gas Prices
"You've said that this decision to ban Russian energy imports needed to happen. You've been, again, a solid voice on this, but the American people, let's face it, are torn by the images of Ukraine right now, but we're also anguished over the price of the pump that just keeps getting worse. Biden says it's going to get worse. It's just going to keep going up and it's all Russians fault. All Russia's fault. Where do we go from here? Give us a little bit of guidance over the next few weeks, months and what this is going to look like domestically. Yeah, Mike, so the common thread that runs between both the horrific images you're seeing on TV, the loss of life in Ukraine, and higher prices of the pump here in the United States. It's a common thread. It's bad decisions on energy policy, poor energy policy, domestically here in the United States and that decisions that have been made by our European allies, including Germany, who have grown a dependence on Russia for their energy source. We were a net energy exporter under the previous administration like the Keystone pipeline was open. We were energy independent, and we were exporting energy. This administration has shut down the Keystone XL pipeline. They've given the thumbs down to the east med, the eastern Mediterranean pipeline, by the way, which is not many people are talking about, but they should be, which was an Israeli pipeline and other democracy that could have supplied Europe with energy. And then we open up the corrupts Nord stream two pipeline that makes people even in Europe. Even more dependent on Vladimir Putin. So their energy policy is completely backwards and upside down.
The Eric Metaxas Show
'Rediscovering America' Author Scott Powell on Christopher Columbus
"Folks, the book is rediscovering America, Scott Powell, the author and my guest, you are just talking about Columbus day that has suddenly become controversial. So let's talk about Columbus. Columbus was a he was basically a working class man, a fairly simple man, self educated, and he had a passion for the sea and seafaring. So that was his that was his reason for a living was to be at sea. And he shipped out on various with various ships, and he really had an interest in learning about navigation. In any case, when he ran up against the Muslims in the eastern Mediterranean at that time, and they cut off the trade routes from Europe to the orient, he believed that there would be a trade route going in a westerly direction that the world was round, and so that was planted in his mind on a ship on one of the one of the ships he shipped out on out of out of Spain, the encountered a battalion of ships that attacked him because there were, they were at war with each other, the Flemish World War, and so he actually his boat went down, he ends up in Portugal, Portugal was the center of navigation of the world. That's where, you know, the most advanced maritime sciences existed. He learned a lot, and then he had this passion. He had a vision to pursue that he was going to find that trade route. He was a passionate Christian, so he also viewed the opportunity to take the message of Salvation to people in another part of the world that had never heard that good news.
The Larry Elder Show
The Demise of the EastMed Pipeline
"An article that was in newsweek, January of this year. Headline, the demise of the east, med pipeline. Do you know about that? The east mad pipeline was designed to bring natural gas from Israel and Cyprus across Greece to Italy and Bulgaria. At the end of 2020, Congress passed legislation to support the construction of this pipeline and liquefied natural gas terminals. It was supported by the Trump administration. Created the United States eastern Mediterranean energy center, run by the Department of Energy. According to newsweek, when the Biden administration came into office, one of its first official acts, along with canceling the Keystone excel pipeline, was to cancel this.
The Larry Elder Show
Larry Has Some 'Unexpected' Ideas to Combat Climate Change
"As I said during my campaign, where we have two years of drought, what about climate change? What about climate change? What do I climate change? I said, why aren't we storing the water when it rains? Why aren't we doing desalination plants? We got a body of water called Pacific Ocean. Israel has a body of water called the Mediterranean. How can we figure this out? I said, we do have rain. Now, one of the left wing newspapers called it unexpected. Well, yeah, that's why we don't really forecast very well, do we? And as I said before, you can't have it both ways. And now you see these weather people. At some point, it's going to stop. Why? You was just going BMW, but we didn't wasn't raining. Now you want to know, it's going to stop.
The IT in the D show: This is what happens when geeks, alcohol, pop culture and current events get together
"mediterranean" Discussed on The IT in the D show: This is what happens when geeks, alcohol, pop culture and current events get together
"And we do that by doing this. We we we obtain a better shelf life but a control Better access to shelf That a product is is displayed in. And you know it wasn't for me because again because of my background. And how long have you been in this business. And and most of these Local at least companies. Like kroger for instance. I knew It was it was. I don't wanna say it was easy but it was It wasn't difficult to to get these guys to convince them to Give me space. But you know if if i go back years ago yes it was. You know it's easy to make the product but the barriers are actually getting into stores. Because you know that real estate for these guys is very very precious right These shelves are you know they. They don't want to sit there so but We've been very fortunate. I mean we're we're one of the top brands for them we probably outsell You know. I don't. I shouldn't say it proudly i know for a fact that we outsell All of these national brands your locally. So i'm pretty happy proud about that. So when when that the numbers speaks elves and and kroger and myers everybody else they you know they see it and they hear it and and they give us A lot of room said just envision like at like a board room full of people you have to come in with your posters in your products and you have to like pitch it. Many give you feedback. You know or. I guess you know then it goes to like what then you get you know. Hey we're gonna give you two stores. Yeah they sell. And then we're gonna give you twenty. You know we're going to give a district. Is that kind of how the press yes. Yep yep that's you hit it ran yet that's exactly how it works for the most part Unless you hook up with a distributor yes if you go directly to a grocer kroger at generally what they do they give you a store or two and They tell you hey. Let's see what you can do. And that's pretty much exactly how we started out with a lot of the stores they. They You know unless right now. Really how must though itself not just eastern three in product but just hamas itself. It's such a popular staple right now right so labeled a superfood so i mean you got. Yeah yeah i mean you know all of our You know for years. Their studies and there is a articles and there's programs about the mediterranean diet. How healthy it is for you and And so you know we You know we offer that right. I mean we. We offer the mediterranean diet. Anybody that wants to You know literally. You can buy our product on a week on a daily basis and eat something different every day for seven days a week. So it's fantastic or just eat garlic dip seven..
The IT in the D show: This is what happens when geeks, alcohol, pop culture and current events get together
"mediterranean" Discussed on The IT in the D show: This is what happens when geeks, alcohol, pop culture and current events get together
"Do they care when you jump back in or was it a process it was. I had a two year. Non compete so it was. It was wait way long after that. And i had maintained a very good Listen with these guys. I mean we were friends More than just business Associates and i knew Most if not all the owners they're out there and so it was. It was way pat. When i decided to buy that. It hit you know five six years at and and to be specific it was I bought it in two thousand thirteen and my not compete was was Satisfied until two thousand eight And i actually i They were the first ones. I talked to About that so very encouraging and we gotta support from them To do that. I don't feel if you probably know. But of course jack passed away Last month and a big loss. There i'll tell you this guy had One of the biggest hearts deliver you'll ever know in meat and greg guy and was great to nome. That's my favorite flavor to their Salsas so speaking of what you i mean. How do you come up with her. How does a i think right now you you being at a mature level of what. Your product is like coming up with a new product. I mean is it. is it the. Are you guys always testing new things. Are you guys like trying to stay. Impact i guess what. Talk to me about that. While we're you know one of the things that we decided to do with With steve's versus Accompanies our business. Before is the Really have a ham more of a hands on type of approach to everything we do and What we wanted to bring everything that you can think of. Its eastern mediterranean to the grocery store and As freshest possible and and so You know over the past few years we've taken our time developing You know every Item such a ways of the okay. So we're making imagine we're making at home. And how do we make at home and just transfer that into making it at the commissary at at our kitchen at the at seeps kitchen and And making sure that We do everything we can With with the process. That's that's Less intrusive and and not so Machine involved you know right. So i maybe maybe the automation is is a word like the us. We don't use so much automation. Let a hands-on letter cutting with hands and and A using our hands to mix. And that's what stuff and then using small batches instead of big batches and A lot of care And it takes time There's a lot of things that wasn't a make that we just can't Because if we do have to have to involve some Some equipment that we either don't wanna use or honestly it's just not available But We've you know we've we've pretty much covered The entire middle eastern pallet. Seems like right. Now you know in terms of products available to us so looking through the products on your website. One in particular stands out is totally not mediterranean. You've got santa fe salad where santa fe not on the mediterranean. That's right yeah. Yeah you got one there. I mean this is an item. That was I'll tell you this is a story that we inherited from steve's right so apparently there was a customer of steve's that wanted this product made and Steve back back in the day Made it form and then Was pretty surprised. How well it sold at this person store..
Dr. Jockers Functional Nutrition
"mediterranean" Discussed on Dr. Jockers Functional Nutrition
"But foods that we certainly would want to avoid conventional meat products again refined vegetable oils like. I showed in the other graphic fried foods. So foods. That are two fried. I'm not a huge fan of things like A lot of people are doing pork. Rinds right number one. I don't recommend pygmy general but then also really highly when you cook meat fry it. It's going to end up causing a lot of carcinogenic chemicals. Things like hetero cyclic. Amiens and polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbons which are known carcinogens. Really bad for the body conventional dairy products which are loaded with high omega six fats which promote inflammation also oftentimes have antibiotics and growth hormones in them which can be problematic. Artificial sweeteners like aspartame. Splendor can be really tough on gut in the brain and then tap water which is loaded with chlorine fluoride things like that and then table salt as well steady. Want to get a good quality. See-saw good filtered. Water is going to be much more beneficial for your body. So what is the mediterranean ketogenic diet. While we're looking at this we gotta realize is a few things so number one you know you to restrict your carbohydrates in order to get into ketosis. that's critical. You want your fats mostly becoming from mono unsaturated fats and polyunsaturated fats. So that's gonna be your seafood. Nuts seeds avocados olives olive oil. You're trying to avoid more the saturated fats. We're gonna come from beef and dairy and stuff like that coconut as well. Get most your cards from low carb vegetables so broccoli cauliflower spinach cabbage asparagus. Bell peppers garlic onions things like that. All very very good eat fish seafood poultry and eggs primary protein sources. You may also again poultry chicken turkey things like that. Adjust your protein and fat intake based on your goals. So if you're working out a lot you certainly want a little bit more protein in your diet help build muscle tissue so you have to kind of adjust that if you're not working out regularly may want a little bit. Lower protein may twenty percent working out regularly. Maybe thirty maybe even up to thirty five percent protein and a little bit lower on the fat. If that's you if you're really building lean body tissue so all important things to consider and again. I talked a little bit about carb cycling strategies while it might book kito metabolic breakthrough. I really go through how to apply. Nutrient timing carb cycling strategies who should carb cycle. Who shouldn't talk a lot about adrenal thyroid function. I talk a lot about improving bio flow stomach acid production view a deep dive on digestive health. So if you want to use a ketogenic template or Jack diet order to optimize your health than i would highly recommend my book because i show you exactly how to troubleshoot it. How do you get kito six. Get out key strategically and then get back in and also show you how to optimize your digestive health your hormones and so much more so check that out. There's a link below. You can also find it on amazon barnes and noble india-bound and your local bookstore as well so check that out and would love to hear your questions or comments. You haven't liked this video. Please do if you haven't subscribed door channel. Go ahead and do that. Hit the bell button right next to it that way you get all my latest uploads get a notification going live so hopefully guys enjoyed this and see guys on a future online training blessed everybody. Well that's all for this show. And i want to thank you again for spending your valuable time with being today. If there's something you heard in this interview that you have questions on or you want to dive into the earth. Dr dot com is the best place to go. If you enjoyed this episode. Please consider taking just a quick moment and giving us a great review your help us implement more people and transform more lives and if you took something valuable way from this episode please share it with someone in your life. You know it can help. We'll see you soon on a future. Podcast he blessed..
Dr. Jockers Functional Nutrition
"mediterranean" Discussed on Dr. Jockers Functional Nutrition
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The book goes over all the various research and practical applications for daily intermittent fasting partial fasting and extended fasting. This book is designed to help inspire and empower you to embrace a fasting lifestyle while also enjoying tasty and healthy foods at the right time to improve your metabolic flexibility and energy efficiency. See you can burn fat for fuel and have all day energy. You are going to love this book so check it out you can get it on. Amazon dot com. We also have a website. Dr shockers dot net forward slash fasting transformation. That's dr dockers dot net forward slash fasting transformation. Lincoln learn more about it and of course he can pick the book up on amazon. You're gonna love it. Thanks so much guys. This podcast is an audio recording. One of my most popular youtube videos on the kito mediterranean diet. You've probably heard of the kito diet. And how amazing it is for helping you burn fat for fuel and give you all day energy. You've probably heard about the mediterranean diet. How good it is for heart health. We know what you can combine the benefits of both. You can follow a kito mediterranean diet. I'm going to go through that in this podcast. Exactly how to do that. The benefits and how to set that up on a daily basis. So you guys are going to love this information. And if you haven't subscribe to our channel. Please do that now that way. You always get notified whenever we put up a new podcast training and also leave a five star review. Your of us help us reach more people and impact more lives. Thanks so much for doing that. And let's go into the show. Hey guys great to be with you. Today i'm talking about the kito mediterranean diet the benefits of it and how to follow it and so most people have heard of the mediterranean diet. It's widely considered one of the healthiest diets. You can follow and the mediterranean diet really. Is you know popularized. By people in italy and greece. And that's that form spain Kind of that that region around the mediterranean sea. And obviously when you live near a sea seafood is really really common. When a seafood's very rich in omega three fatty acids a lot of other great nutrients that are a part of seafood and that is base and people in the mediterranean diet. Also have access to olives and olive oil and olive. Oil is a fantastic food as well and so typically mediterranean diet as you can see in this pyramid people around. This area tend to be very active. You know enjoy community and so that's a pig foundation as you can see like at the bottom of the pyramid then as you go up. Food's at they're consuming a lot of vegetables. Lots of different colors which provide polyphenyls they do consume grains which tend to be whole grains and healthier grains than you know. Typical process grains in america. As i mentioned seafood is very common and also dairy eggs things like that and less often will be more your red meats and sweets and so. That's what's common with the mediterranean diet. And you could see her veggies know. Here's a typical plate vegetables. You've got some sort of protein on typically fish shellfish things like that they do eat fruit and grains and starches but a lot of vegetables as you can see in using olive oil typically as the oils with olives. And if you ever had like a greek salad they've got like feta cheese in there things like that which you can have a lot of health benefits to them now. Let's talk about toasts because the mediterranean diet will not get your body into ketosis. Not unless you're doing intermittent fasting and doing something like one meal a day. Then you can eat. The mediterranean diet eat the grains and the fruit and so get into ketosis. however if you're consuming more than one meal a day it will not get you in ketosis because it's going to be too high in carbs and the benefits of kito cicis. Are that your body burns. Fat for fuel. And it is a very clean fuel source. You produce more energy with key tones and a less metabolic waste. And so it's a clean burning fuel and it's it's also very advantageous Brain runoff ketones because helps reduce inflammation in the brain helps you function in things sharper and quicker and so many benefits. In general ketogenic diet helps ruby. Simple nation helps improve fat burning which helps optimize in body tissue again great for mental clarity and sharpness for overall energy levels. Helps increase the amount of might oka- andrea in your cells which is called mitochondrial biogenesis more metal contra. The more cellular energy produce reduces your risk of chronic disease can have great anti-aging effects improving skin quality improving joint health a lot of great benefits there and reduces cravings and so that's one of the great benefits of it is that once you get kito adapted. You very rarely crave sweets and sugar and things like that. It's easier to follow because of that. Now your typical pyramid again with a ketogenic diet. Highly recommend being physically active. Just like what. We saw in the pyramid with the mediterranean diet foundation. Has your fats so on a on a mediterranean diet of course reading a lot of all of olive oil. That's the same on akito genyk diet. He wanna use olives and olive oil. You can also use avocados avocado oil. You can use. Mcat oil eggs coconut oil things like that lots of non starchy vegetables if you're doing fruitvale. Localized cmec fruits like lemons. Limes maybe a little bit of berries things like that. A lot of good clean protein on a ketogenic diet. You don't discriminate the protein. It's not like fish or seafood focused. It tends we tend also add in a lot of people vive chicken and different different. Meats like that fatty meats. In general fiber you know getting nuts and seeds fermented foods and then using natural sweeteners as well. So major differences between the diet mediterranean diet again mediterranean diets certainly gonna be higher in carbs usually about roughly around forty to fifty percent of the calories and mediterranean or coming from carbs. Now that's better than typical american diet. Or what the american heart association recommends. Which i believe is similar on sixty percent carbohydrates. So it's better. It's lower than that and typically on a mediterranean diet. You're doing something around twenty percent protein and thirty percent fat..
"mediterranean" Discussed on DCL Podcast
"She ain't seafood but cannot handle the taste. Like i am scuba diving and i don't prefer that taste a back and forth and i appreciate that she laughs at my my my silly remarks i talk to you forever about this and i just cannot wait to go back ourselves. You guys alluded that you have a trip of a lifetime. Do you wanna say what it is or do you want to keep it a secret when you guys get back from it. We'd have back on if not sooner. Yeah no and again major props to my girl. Christie packer pixie dust. Who secured at my dream cruise for my fiftieth birthday. Next summer Twenty twenty two were doing a twelve mediterranean cruise. That includes greece so it has some of naples florence. I think march. We're going to sicily and then athens knows there's two other. I think there's one other at least it's amazing. It's amazing what i wanted. And i just have to say in. Give her a plug. Hope it doesn't embarrass her. Woo literally this woman was on the phone all day. Calling me up until eleven. I think it was close to eleven eastern. I got this random call from michigan on the day it was like our booking could be. I didn't have her name in my thanks for. Didn't come up as chrissy. Packer pixie dust and like asami from michigan anyway. That's how late in dedicated. She was and she got it. Bless her heart so You know that disney site. I have never been more angry at it. I'll tell other agents this. It's like you wanna quit every time. They do a launch of a new season because their website socks. Sorry but it does. It doesn't work half the time and you get up like i was on the computer at five forty five. Am free that day and we couldn't get what we want because disney wasn't making their inventory work so that the room that somebody else was grabbing would come out of inventories you enter and all the stuff and then it would be unavailable so then i we were like blacked out in the morning of no matter. What was speeding through. It was was was so frustrated to get you a balcony room. 'cause you really wanted that and then i'm like i'm going to try one more time and i call before i went to bed and we got the cabin and i was just so happy for you guys because that was personal at that point. I like doing this all day. They are getting the cabin they want. Yes awesome so anyway. I mean i hope we're cruising by then we have to be right. We have to be right. I've been wrong all the time. But they're cruising right now in europe so the thing is is that i don't know unless there's some new bat pandemic were going to be cruising again and at a minimum. The magic is just going to say. Forget it we're doing european cruises. We'll just go into european cruises so i think that is cowan for for that month..
"mediterranean" Discussed on DCL Podcast
"Now. On the way back from lease the bus stopped at the spot where princess grace like had her car accident. Which bad but it had the most amazing view of the magic 'cause you're kind of up on this. Yeah it was unbelievable so we have. We have some good shots of that. You have to send it to us yes. I went scuba diving in the mediterranean during my like not cruise. But my visit to see my friend would say the idea of swimming in the bed was more exciting than this conducting itself in the bed. Just just a you know a point. It was cold and it was not yeah. I think my view. The med is like being at the cycle beach. Bringing you good drinks and you're sitting underneath. That umbrella may be good dip in there to cool off a little bit. And then you head back i feel like like dubrovnik or croatia rather like those beaches like that you know yeah heels like more of the swimming area own in niece. They did have a lot of those like beach clubs along the permanent play where you could go and have like a lunch but again because of the intensity that is regret. I wish we had gotten in the mediterranean so from villefranche. She gets her off to marseille. A we actually enjoyed what we did there too pretty industrial city. It said also. There are some things to explore around the city that i think most of the tourists go outside of it. Did you guys get off the ship at all or did you just hang out on. The show. Made it to see the market We were doing something ireland. Or are i don't remember. It was some kind of some kind of poetic will raider von. Go ahead A lot of time in our own. I was kind of stoked to get to oral but in the end it was just sort of ashes. Nice to stay on the both vision. Just there is like really unique characters like aloha many and aloha goofy and also we knew we had like ten days in croatia. That was gonna be the same pace. So i was like. Let's just just end this here in catania. Relax did you guys. did you notice that. Changed the music as he went from country to country. Yes i we. I heard you say that on the thing. I don't know that i did. Yup i got a kick at it because we was yesterday. We were driving back from the country. You mentioned it on. The podcast was like yep. That was cool so from there. You back into barcelona were you guys. Launched out of any had some days beforehand. Were there's some things that you guys get to experience. Obviously there's the world famous. And i can't even say the church will my gosh. Can i say as a graph so yes yeah. Lots of gra- familia did you guys visit that..
"mediterranean" Discussed on DCL Podcast
"Very nice was it was a beautiful day and after the punt vecchio meltdown digging was great i mean she really you know there are times when she's like really really actively engaged by travel itself for art architecture specifically but yeah it was. It was a beautiful day. I definitely don't have the either you do as an artist. But just throughout our time to the majesty different architecture from the different buildings the different centuries that were built in i it was just amazing so i can't imagine being the museum like you know in having your eye to be able to go through. That must've been just amazing. So you set this up on your own used. The ships transportation there in back is that you guys did it or did you look your transportation to it was It was called florence on your own. It technically had a guy but really just on the bus and then she walked you to again one of those like it was like a leather shop. Could use the restroom. Buy something if you want to kill. Everybody wants to the bathroom in the later bro. Perfect would have plenty of time to see. Yeah we did. We did like an overview lawrenson. We went to pisa so it wasn't long day in how now if i would do that again. Personal pisa was was. Everybody wants to see the leaning tower of pisa bit. It's just kinda like you. I felt like chevy chase and vacation where he's like grand canyon. Hurry kids you seen that. Let's go village type of cadillac. That unfortunately which. I know. It's an amazing place. But and my friend who had lived in italy for a year had said basically the same thing. She's like you know it's fine. You can take the little picture of holding it up whatever. Touristy it's sort of not worth the style. Yeah i'd say spend the time florence okay. So florence lavar no here on to genoa. Which is gonna be sorry. Yeah antigen which is going to be milan. We skipped milan. And i think you guys did the same thing we did. Yeah because you had said that portofino was amazing and you had the best muscles ever. And so i think we were going to have. Wc day. i had been to milan before. I think it was also pirate. Nate and i didn't know a pirate night men so i didn't know if that was laid. You really had to gear yourself up for pirate name but anyway so we decided to portofino is perfect because it wasn't an all day excursion i think we were back on the ship by lake three and we ended up that we had met a family that we'd been in rome with as well and they happen to be on our reporter. Pheno thing but to me portofino. It's beautiful again you. You're on a boat out there. It's like all the cyprus trees in the blue of the mediterranean. it's just so beautiful and then you one little stop at like some kind of monastery think but then just pulling into the town in. It's just like all these leg buildings that each have a different very vibrant color and all these votes than the cyprus trees on the top and it was just amazing. it's very walkable. it's a little hilly. I think again super hot days so we got the numbers like a beer kiosk. Right in the middle towns. I appreciate that and the a lotta plays really good shopping. I think we picked up a wine and then a great a great lunch. yeah. I'd like a pesto tried lemon cellos. You had crop Like rate at probably was the same. I didn't write down the name..
"mediterranean" Discussed on DCL Podcast
"What did you guys have planned there. We did the wrong. I forget exactly what he commented. We went to the calcium than the piazza. Del popolo trevy fountains spanish steps and then ended up in. Saint peter's like roman a day live as time that exactly what it was called. It was brutal. It was very hot. It was stood lawsuit very hot so i would say for especially for people who go to the parks the disney wedding cloths that you get in. The parks relate our savior that day. I mean it was so hot. And i i also would say i literally by the Started wearing workout clothes instead of real close in the mediterranean. Because you're just like sweating so much. So the disney kalin class. We bought parasols and fans because it was just so hot When did you go. We went june thirtieth. I think was our first june twenty nine so we were there like the first week of july. It is to be like an uncut. It was like i shouldn't even hotter than it normally is in july. We had friends who were on the magic rain. After you guys did the western mediterranean that went up to england in the same thing they were in paris for like days where no air conditioning is a hundred and seven degrees of just crazy that you're so so good overview of room there from there. I'm gonna let you say the next port. Because i don't wanna butcher it. Yes this is our unexpected ajaccio it was. I'll let you talk about it with was really magical. Yeah it was. I don't. I don't remember if we were thinking of maybe doing a c. day out of it but digging really wanted to go to the kids club and so left to our own devices we decided to go for it and i think it was a walk. It's walk off and so it's a very walkable city and this was corsica right. Like of course the guy the corsica's like the name people would recognize me so it's a so it's like french and italian. We just walked the city and like all of the city. The only disappointment was that we didn't have bathing suit. Because there's a pretty little beach but we we just walked around and then we tried to find a place for lunch and we went into this little wine store and in my horrible french and in the clerks horrible english we not only picked out good wines to bring back on the boat but he directed us to this amazing restaurant right on the harbor. We had this amazing meal it was it was sleep has pusher. Yeah it was really a pretty magical day. I think we were sort of floating when we pick Very romantic chrissy. How does that work leaving the ship in leaving your kids in the kids club. That's what i was..
"mediterranean" Discussed on DCL Podcast
"We knew as superport Intensive we did some pretty long port days the first couple of days because they were things like what you said like we wanted to go to pompeii wanted to go part of phenol and those are going to be long on days since it will be built into was. We got not marseille as the one before marseille was villefranche. It said he was general. Built that one into just a that was gonna be a relaxing day if we got off the boat. We're gonna go just kind of wander around and see it otherwise we're gonna take it easy in. That really helped out knowing that okay. We're gonna push it harder for three or four days in we sacrificing this one port to to kind of relax a little bit and i think is kind of get into it. You guys kind of do the same thing totally so all right well. Let's jump into this. This isn't t-the thousand and nineteen ten days. You get eight ports and t days it leaves at barcelona and your first port. You're gonna jump off to his naples. Would you guys have planned there in. What'd you do naples. We did the Capri or capri sorrento and pompeii. So i can talk about capri sorrento mercantile bank. Pompeii will so first of all. This was our again i like. Oh my god we have to wait. We have to be in whatever seater by seven. Am or whatever it was. So that meant leg. I had to get everyone out by lake six. It happened to be birthday the night before so nobody was really happy and then again i wasn't really realizing it's like planes trains and automobiles because you get your little sticker and then they get online for this ferry this big vote and then you're getting on this little ferry and it was almost like an hour to capri i think but it was so beautiful. It was definitely one of our favorite poor. It's the best photo apps i think for. Sure you get off to give you a ticket to get on the furniture to go way up the hill. And then it's it's like a one lane town very walkable very high end very posh and then we went to the gardens of santa augustus and waft around and then there was like this overlook that we still look at all the time the most beautiful talking about the blue of the mediterranean. The most beautiful pictures and so we did that. And then we watch back into the town and had the best capris e salad i've ever had at. I think cafe. 'em burto. I think and mark is a big history buff so we left and then he looked at all the church..
"mediterranean" Discussed on DCL Podcast
"This is a seven hour airport excursion. But you're only import seven hours which probably means if you're getting into port at seven. Am you're getting up at like five am. So i ask just like Went totally over my head. And i paid for it with my again. My two friends who don't get up early that we talk about that. If you want so. I would definitely do more than we did. Maybe talked to people go on the website. I thought the descriptions were very helpful. But again i just totally missed it on applying how much time versus how much time you're import and i don't know i know we didn't most of our excursions left early. In the morning. I would totally be a fan of if there was like an eleven. Am or at twelve pm departure. But you don't know that when you're planning your excursions. It really doesn't give you the times that you're leaving. It just gives you the amount of time or leaving. That's true unless it's a specific excursion. Some of them have like afternoon. If it's a shorter excursion. I remember one of them that we had yet an opportunity to go on the early voter. That twelve o'clock boats so dependent upon. But but you're right most of them especially the if you're going into florence on or or whatnot. You're gonna be leaving pretty early in the morning. And that's a good way to point out is how long it was gonna be christie any advice as far as a part excursions picking him out. Yeah we look at your parties and you have to know if you're going to florence fiorenza or if you're going to rome you are traveling an hour and a half to get to those cities and so you'll know that the excursion day is going to be really long so you don't wanna have back to back really long intense excursions so that is something i tell my families that are going especially if their families because at least i know with my kid. He has a little bit of stamina now but he doesn't have days and days in a row of stamina and frankly i don't either. That's why we still like the caribbean a lot. So that we can just do nothing like literally nothing and there's something to be said about doing nothing but you can't do nothing in the mediterranean. There's way too much to see. It's two gorgeous. It's so wonderful so you know you have to just go go go go. Go go go go. Which is another reason. I tell my people who wanna go there for our honeymoon. That might not be the best honeymoon trip. I mean it's bucket list. E which is what people like about the honeymoon aspect of it but like for us. We were exhausted at the end of the night. And we weren't going to the shows or doing much of the evening Because we were so tired and we had to get up early the next day to do it again. So you have to decide to if it's for you..
Long Story Short with Megan and Wendy: The Podcast
"mediterranean" Discussed on Long Story Short with Megan and Wendy: The Podcast
"We cannot stop. Be nice voice too. I'm feeling like country vibes from him and they're so pretty. I can't handle it looking at video. I don't hate it. I'm telling you. I know your initial reaction was a little concern a sweet little song. I enjoy it. I'm gonna definitely watch their video or whatever they made for it. So there's an instagram. tv video. I think it's worth giving a watch and listen. It doesn't sound bad to me. Know what were your first impressions of this movie. Oh my gosh. I'm so nervous you're nervous yes I liked it. I thought it was very funny. I loved this movie. I really really did. And i the whole time. I was thinking. Oh man wendy pisses a my cheerios. Tomorrow i said no. I really enjoyed it. I thought it was funny. And what i liked about it is that did it fall into the like. It wasn't a valentine's day movie. The love movie. Yeah so they can like show this home anytime. It's not just going to be in february. So yeah i enjoyed it quite a bit and thought it was quite funny i did do what did you like about it. I have mice big list. Actually i thought at first. I didn't know their names. Just put chef bro. Speaking in french. And i thought that was hilarious that he kept you know. I don't even know any french words. But he kept like saying french things and he would be the other brother. Stop doing that. You're not french. you're from alaska. Hello that and. I also thought knowing absolutely nothing about french accent that he had a good french accent when he spoke in french. I saw i thought that was good. What about you. Well look i loved. Malta gave me the aspirational hotel and travel content. That my travel starved. Heart desires right now. have you ever been to malta. No have you know. I'm not even quite sure where it's Other than the mediterranean did right that the beautiful scenery. And i asked where was this filmed so i'm glad that you cleared that up me. Okay so i wrote down here. I allies live banter between the brothers. Are these twins playing parts or go to the actor who is playing both parts. It's all jeremy and he did such a good job playing two parts. yeah. I thought really well. He did a good job. Because you know like. I don't know how they film those twin scenes is he like talking with like another actor like is he acting off of another actor. Who's not in the shot and then they like superimpose. The twin shot on top of that. I don't know how they do these things. But i thought he was great. We'll based on my extensive knowledge of how the show live and mattie was filmed. Typically they use a stand in and then there are a couple of scenes where they're hugging. So you can see like the back of a stands head you know most of the time. It's just that to scenes overlapping. I don't understand the technology for that. But i would assume they have to have a standard so. He knows where to talk so he's talking to someone but they definitely had obviously someone to play the back of his head. Yeah yeah okay. Do you like anything else. I still have a few more. I thought they were a well matched couple even though i also thought they might be a candidate for the siblings or dating instagram account. I thought they looked great together. And i liked their chemistry. I wrote that too. I said there. There's a nice playful energy between meg and josh. Josh has julian. I have some thoughts about that later. On but i thought there was some nice energy between the two of them so yeah i thought they played well off of each other I loved that the story was really more about josh. And julian's relationship then it being about the relationship with like a love relationship with that was frozen with dudes exactly. That's exactly what i wrote. So funny i. One of my favorite parts was at the end. The final cooking scene josh asks if he can switch sous chefs andrew o. Ay to i honestly some of these lions could've gone so cheesy so quickly. But i thought that humor was very well executed. I agree. I have so many like lines that i plan to share on our gone homework account so yeah and i loved their kiss at the end. I thought it was. I thought it was great. I thought it was good. I'd loved it. Is that a wrap on what we liked. That's wrap on what we liked time for. Oh i have so. Many roadblocks placed in the way. Our movie zillion roadblocks in like the plot of the movie. But they kind of play into the couple. I may of course we have i o. Julian hurts his back And then they're going to lose the restaurant if they don't win the competition. Yes actually i have is. Oh julian his route to make it the restaurant which to not like him Oh meg assumes josh is. Julian and josh gets the wristband. Exactly which is so funny. Because that just seems like a weird caveat to their competition you have to keep this wristband on the entire time. Well it was really the only way to make josh half to be juliet because julian has like a minor recovery. Yeah they had to have some way to lock him into place. Go ahead you got more i. Meg salaires was a liar. This is a potential relationship built on a lie. I also have peppy. The titles on josh and julie love you. I couldn't ever understand his name when they were seeing and at the end but i just he very much had now if that is his actual accent. I'm very sorry to that actor. I don't believe that it is and he just had that very affected french accent and to me he was heavily pugh. French competitor earshot of conversation. He here's it. Here's a couple of other things dad. Minimizes megs career. Yes you know. He really wasn't into a her bean and event planner or whatever. She was which. I have problems with her job. Duties as an event planner for this cookie competition as well and when he does. He's like fine. Do that and let me give you money. I don't know what parent isn't like. Hey you wanna make it on your own. That's amazing like please take my money and let me help you be successful immediately. I want to build my own empire like oak and events planning empire guys. I mean i guess. They exist but yummy mendis device. I know that's that's the one..
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"mediterranean" Discussed on Newsradio 600 KOGO
"Giving those inside enough separation during the pandemic. Increasing shelter space overall. Jack Cronin, Google News researchers at UC San Francisco say they're closer than they have ever been to getting a treatment for covert 19 approved by the FDA, and it comes from the Mediterranean. The rare Mediterranean sea squirt on Lee found in the waters off Spain contains a compound that UCSF says can work against any mutation of the Corona virus. Doctor Nevin Kragen with UCSF tells her reporting partner 10 News It's called Apple it in and has been used to treat cancer in Australia. What we've done with this drug in a laboratory setting in human cells and in a mice, multiple mice models. We find it to be incredibly potent 30 to 100 fold more potent than red death Severe. The covert treatment was found because Dr Kroger and his team was looking for a drug that works differently than rendez of year. Apple it and works to protect proteins in human cells rather than attack the virus like creme de severe. Does Zachary Barnes KOGO NEWS? A new CDC study says schools are essentially Safe to re open. The study reports schools operating in person. They've seen scant transmission of the coronavirus, especially when practicing social distancing and wearing masks, the reports added. However, some indoor athletics have led to infections and should be curtailed. For now, there has been a growing chorus of parent groups nationwide, pushing for schools to open their doors again. Senate moves forward with the impeachment trial of former President Trump after Republican challenge to its constitutionality. Carrot. Halpern has more. The Senate rejected emotion from Kentucky Republican Rand Paul declaring an impeachment trial of former president Trump unconstitutional as of noon last Wednesday. Donald Trump holds none of the positions listed in the Constitution. He's a private citizen, Senate Majority Leader truck. Schumer calls that analysis flat out wrong. The theory that the Senate can try former officials would amount to a constitutional get out of jail free card. But just five Republicans joined Democrats to dismiss the point of order a strong Ignorantly 17 Republican senators would not join Democrats to convict Trump of the article, charging him with incitement of insurrection related to the deadly January 6th try it. If you were there and took part in the riot at the U. S capitol on January 6th. The feds are looking for you. The acting U. S attorney for the District of Columbia. Michael Sherwin has this message The crime was committed. We are charging you regards if you're outside or inside the Capitol to include misdemeanors. The FBI says about 135 people have been arrested so far in connection with the attack. Prosecutors say they've filed serious conspiracy charges against three members of the far right militia group, the oath keepers. Plotting the riot in advance. Top White House executive thinks the American dream is still too far out of reach for many minorities. Domestic policy adviser Susan Rice has been named by the president to advance equity, which they say is everybody's job. Rice and the president cited how the corona viruses disproportionately affecting communities of color. Rice also noted the country is experiencing a serious and growing problem of radical white supremacy through domestic violent extremism. Actor Dax Shepherd says he was afraid to go public about his relapse after 16 years of sobriety. Sheppard began taking Vicodin and OxyContin after a motorcycle accident last year and came clean about his relapse during his podcast last September. On Tuesday, Sheppard appeared on the Ellen did generous show and said At first, he didn't want to admit that he had a relapse because he was afraid of losing the respect of his fans who are in recovery and who looked up to him for staying sober. He said that a friend told him it's not really helpful. Too many people that you're 16 years sober and married to actress Kristen Bell. It's the fact that you fell and admitted you fell, that might actually be more helpful to others. Frightening new numbers when it comes to recovered, covered 19 patients and how long they live. We have a live report on the way Plus we have your traffic and of the rain is on the way again. Kogo news time 5 37 they started using when I was 13.
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"45 Georgia runoff. Senate race is heating up with President Trump visiting the state tomorrow before polls open on Tuesday, the fifth Around a dozen Republican senators say they will challenge President elect Biden's win in Congress that 117 U. S. Congress is being sworn in today. Democrats Holding a Razor Thin Majority Co. Has a police arrest a man accused of driving his vehicle into a tree that her front lawn late last night. The investigation is ongoing. Springfield Church was destroyed by fire loss We can now a main man is facing charges for three alleged arson two times that happened earlier in the month. Friday, his field police arrested Dusko Vulture of Houlton, Maine. He's accused of attempting to burn the Martin Luther King Presbyterian Church in Springfield. Once on December 13th and twice on December 15th. He faces three charges of attempted arson seventies. We've been actively involved in that that community As a really a social justice church. The church's pastor, Dr Carolyn Curry, Avery says those two fire attempts went unnoticed since right now the congregation meets virtually. But on Monday, December 28th, a major fire gutted the church that was a church building. We are the church and we will continue the mission set forth by God, the investigation continues. And so far, authorities have not officially tied that fire to bolt chef or anyone else. Sherry small WBC Boston's NewsRadio police. And Charlton investigating a shooting that left two people dead last night. Charlton police responded to a call around 7:15 P.m. yesterday, police recalled to these because of a domestic argument, they found the body of one man with what seemed to be self inflicted gunshot wounds and a woman who had been shot as well. That woman later died from her injuries. Names have not yet been released, and state and local police are both coming together to investigate. Ah, closer. Look now at the national coronavirus situation and what's next? Let's find out more from AP correspondent Julie Walker. Multiple states have reported a record number of cases over the past few days, including North Carolina and Arizona. And hard hit California funeral homes or turning families away because they have no more room for bodies and Florida's reporting its first case of the new, more contagious strain of the Corona virus. The U. S has recorded more than 20 million infections since the start of the pandemic, one million of them in New York. Meanwhile, the vaccine rollout continues to face challenges. The CDC says. Over four million people received the first dose of covert vaccine with 13 million doses distributed, but that's far short of operation Warp speeds goal of allocating 20 million doses by the end of last year. I'm Julie Walker. It's 12 49. The number of new coronavirus cases for New Year's Eve and New Year's Day has topped 8500 new cases for covert here in Massachusetts. Dr Jon Santiago with Boston Medical Center, BMC took to Twitter to express his concern on the rising number of covert 19 cases. Make a certain is that given the holidays that we're gonna be a significant service charge on the surgeon, if you will. Meanwhile in the UK A new covert vaccine is being given out. More details from CBS is Wendy Gillette. The UK started distributing the first doses of the Oxford AstraZeneca Corona virus vaccine. The hospital's this weekend Western Sussex hospitals, Dr George Finley. We're really sets up. We'll be able to go backstage as many people as possible. But we anticipate getting through many hundreds a day to start with. The company is expected to supply about two million vaccines a week to the UK as the country's try to control the more contagious strain of the virus that's spreading widely. Their India has also approved the vaccine. Wendy Gillette, CBS News Thousands of Iraqi protesters gathering in Baghdad today on the anniversary of the U. S killing of an Iranian general. Here's a B C's Julian look far Depend to go on on high alert, Bracing for possible Iranian retaliation on the anniversary of the assassination of one of their top generals. Costume Soleimani killed this time last year in the U. S drone strike in Iraq. For weeks, the U. S Air Force has been sending bombers to tour the Middle East in a show of force, but the Pentagon in recent days abruptly sending an aircraft carrier home from the region. Tension have been growing between Iran and the U. S in recent days. But the move could also ease a threat of a military confrontation. Ah Spanish flags humanitarian ship is bringing 265 migrants A safety after rescuing them from the Mediterranean Sea, the open arms charities vessel brought 96 migrants aboard yesterday they had been adrift in a wooden boat without life s in international waters. Most of the passengers were from the African country of Eritrea, and many of them were suffering from hypothermia and in another operation. Meanwhile, the ship took aboard 169 migrants who had departed from Libyan shores where many human traffickers are.