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"minson" Discussed on Dear Writer

Dear Writer

05:46 min | Last month

"minson" Discussed on Dear Writer

"Book is the first half of it's pretty slaughtered and lock. George martin mary. Some sly moments bought econ just with epic fantasy. it's not g kant. give off twenty percent. You've got to commit to one hundred percent and then the end is worth everything that was written appeal. Try like it's part of the structure of Fantasies are they are very long hefty novels. But if you take out those slow moments it almost seems to be much. I feel like an unbelievable in some ways. Because you'd have you take out like some of the reality of like the everyday fantasy life that builds the world right. 'cause you so will building that you need to do and part of that is like the culture of the world if you just did it too fast yeah it would be probably be really overwhelming against just dump and you just be dumping so much information. I suppose battle. You'd be dumping battle scenes off to battle. Just be locked one who these people fighting i care about these. Wash airbag him. Yeah yeah so. It's and i think if he took out the sly minson a wouldn't be as what's hitting work with at at at the end is as it wouldn't as a rada it won't be as satisfactory payoff wouldn't be off for the payoff for the whole arc of each character off. Eli you'd almost feel cheated from some of the characters you like all that kind of. I don't believe that so i think they're pretty essential and they published by big publishing company. And if i haven't gotten rid of him this because they often say this massive appetite for fantasy unlike traditional publishing but obviously if they are there yes yes. I was just going to ask about to kind of touched a little bit on your publishing journey so far that you heads covert had. Originally i was with. I covered ruins everything but it seems like it was actually possibly a blessing in disguise for you because you ended up sort of middle of middle of magic magic..

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"minson" Discussed on MAP IT Marketing

MAP IT Marketing

04:59 min | 3 months ago

"minson" Discussed on MAP IT Marketing

"He's a few these few shaky sort of passages that we've pulled from the kind of story that a long itching and things and i just love it like exit. We put following me to the field elitist. Go out to the field. Is the line that kinds to i will before he mutism. We've put it on the books i've loved. I love this. My daughter's pat now. I'm let's knives and still loves bible references on feeling that might be the christmas presents him. Yup yup yup so hyping for a great response to these lots of makes league link to that one. I'll pop the nights you've got the replaces can shot. I will say that your products. I have bought to them and i haven't found one that i did like he exhau- i thought all amazing and the highlight And i do think you make like for may is. I love cooking but often busy and todd. Today your products have made it possible for me to actually create something that actually tastes really great with very minimal effect and i think that is magical products betas in the whole of the business to the paper with food. You know getting a little bit excited about. Even if it's just minson vigil medic aid you can make it. Really good you can make it taste. Amazing samantha not charade for being part of this. I'm gonna at the individual. It was started ideologue low out. Try to wore out on. Listeners can do in terms of things. I can suggest About like bay more railing instagram stories. It's something you've challenge me onto diana and thank you for that but it will sit congratulate you because i talked to lots of business as and i just feel you've had such donald at. How would into interstate rewarded in. Your life is just exceptional. And if someone hasn't told you this way you'll frigging amazing mcconnell. It's definitely and thanksgiving. Pot of marketing is into line yet will some might come to share thing. It is amazing how much you can fit into five years and cherie has weeks so hard to grow your businesses together. One of the things that i felt we should pick up and teams of our marketing. And something that. I really fat when i was listening to survey. Was that the courage to be a bit more personable and share. But more of your personal life. I have quite strong boundaries around what she not because i'm not open as a as a book but because i have a family I don't feel like meat. May showing up on social media. Means that i have a right to the sheer the on social media but it has encouraged me to share but more about myself and my own interests possibly realizing that. I'm a bit more boring than anyone thinks. I am but it has helped me to do that. And since during that since having my poor cousin fewest sheriff few weeks ago. I have actually found that my engagement has gone up on my social media. It just shows you that people do get very invested in as people. Women are business and sharing a bit of that house stuff at feeling like it's a safety thing every time they coming onto your social media another thing that i'd like to pick up from here as the importance of growing organic marketing. Before you jump into everything else quite often people will come to us. Sit at facebook heads proper facebook heads. Not the boosted kind and also ah marketing again. Proper email marketing with automation beyond just occasional monthly emails. And i will often say we're not quite ready for year using the organic marketing i and boating base of that as the very best gift you can give your business and it does take time if it inconsistency so if you wanted to grow business and particularly if you've got an e commerce business it's so important to get ganic growth growing before you worry about adding on the other best because those bits will be impacted with that and we had an episode with joe murphy a few months back which is around what to do before spending a home. Facebook heads are encouraging. Listen to that again. Because it's a very useful one to talk through that and i would also thank. How'd you listen to next week's podcast. Because with lucas okay who has managed to grow his instrument following over one hundred sixty thousand in just a few months by using the power of community and building a relationship with the people his following. He is doing as his full-time job. Which most of us don't get to do but it's while with listen and likewise if you'd like to talk about some of the things that come through this i would love it if you came and be part of our great never marketing on facebook. And if you've left his class plays derangement review because it really helps other people. Listen and enjoy to have a great week. And i'll see you next week. Thanks for tuning in today to mecca marketing with me. Rachel clever make sure you hit subscribe and your podcast app. See missing episode. And if you want information about today's podcast go to right. You'll plaza dot com slash podcast for more information..

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"minson" Discussed on Stories Philippines Podcast

Stories Philippines Podcast

03:57 min | 4 months ago

"minson" Discussed on Stories Philippines Podcast

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"minson" Discussed on Post Show Recaps

Post Show Recaps

05:27 min | 5 months ago

"minson" Discussed on Post Show Recaps

"We're going to continue some stories but we're going to bring in a lot of new characters. I think this is bringing in natasha romanoff in an entirely new light understandably lot of praise for foreign foreign pugh but josh. I'm excited for your boy in mind. David harbors going to be making his debut as red guarding. I'm so pumped for bearded for for bearded hopper like talking in a russian accent fin minson dealing with with scar joe. It's going to be incredibly fun. And so i. I have no idea what to expect from this film. The one thing. I'll put out there my one prediction. Taskmaster will be a woman behind. That's my one prediction. My my one prediction is kevin's going to find something about black widow. That he hates me. And i do that for everything. That's why i'm predicting it's going to have. I mean i mean my. I predict the timing of this move. I predict kevin will have a lot to say about black widows hair. That's not me this robin we'll have saying no. It looks like we're full relig. We're not an end game like strawberry and vanilla puke or style that she hombre madness that she had during endgame. Yeah well we'll see what goes down. I'm excited for it. We'll be back next week. Talking the low-key finale in the front half then we'll go into the black widow. Recap or discussion is probably how it will go in the second half of the podcast next week. Let's do plugs mike. Bloom do plugs. Do plugs. Jump i. I'm so happy to be here. You guys know. I love talking. Emc you and getting to listen to you guys all season long again like i said i came around on this show. Even though i really love the premier. I i really want to thank you guys for what you brought this entire season as well certainly got me more invested in the show and especially with this episode. Which again. I loved so much like exploring. The void was really one of those moments from like fiction and pop culture. They were just like this is a cool idea like a ship and a sphinx and thanos copters are just dropping in all over the place and getting consumed gobble. Smoke monster is amazing. This is this is what i think of when i think about comic books being adapted to television just the ridiculousness of it all so. I'm so happy that i got to join you guys for a brief respite before i jump back into my pool and started drinking boxed wine You can follow me at a mike bloom type of course here on post show recaps josh wig and i go in down the hatch Coming up this. Friday is our coverage of nama. Stay so we talk about..

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"minson" Discussed on Nerdlab Podcast

Nerdlab Podcast

05:04 min | 11 months ago

"minson" Discussed on Nerdlab Podcast

"Backdraft area is very dynamic and fluid. That came out in ascension but we had designed to in coral so when ascension came out a year before core worlds. We were a little bit disappointed. I can't believe that we were thinking we were going to be the first ones So so there's that element But what made it exciting about working. On one of the earliest deck builders was the fact that we said instead of having all the cards out at the start of the game. Let's make it so that the decks are progressives so that instead of any particular card coming out early there will only be cards from the outer rim of the galaxy. And then we'll go into the frontier and then we'll go into the industrials and what that allowed us to do is to create since they were five sectors to create sort of five chapters to the game in the beginning. You're only getting some little starfighter. Couple infantry troops later you're getting more advanced robots and vehicles eventually you're getting these huge capital ships and that by itself allowed us to transform a card game into a kind of a story even though it's not really a storytelling game but because you were following the chapters of these different progressive Drafting dex allowed players to automatically feel they were following the story because now they all started off as this bunch of rag tag soldiers and by the end they were emperors who had capital ships in all these worlds under their command. Advance minson amazing tactics and all these things so they were sort of creating their own story within my world. And i think that's one of the biggest keys to a successful. Ip is that you don't force players to play your story you let players create their own story in your world. You don't force their decisions. You don't try to make certain things happen. You say here's a world that i created. Go mess it up. Have fun and i think that happened in core world and i can happen in dungeon alliances..

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"minson" Discussed on Stories Philippines Podcast

Stories Philippines Podcast

09:14 min | 1 year ago

"minson" Discussed on Stories Philippines Podcast

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"minson" Discussed on Real Food Real People

Real Food Real People

05:48 min | 1 year ago

"minson" Discussed on Real Food Real People

"I want to be out there and to get personally connected with people and say, Hey, were this is how we're doing things and it's not maybe how somebody else has been telling you and just kind of get a get the real story out there instead of a fake story this is the real food real people podcasts. is a dairy farm with over five thousand cows a factory farm. A lot of people might say that it is, but I'll let you decide after you hear from Kristen Minson itis our guest this week she's a herd manager at a farm with that many cows. Why does she work there? What's her family's farm and she explains what life is like there it may change some of your perspectives on how a farm like that works. Where your milk comes from, she also opens up about being young and being a woman in a male dominated workplace and about her family's history as immigrants to this country fascinating conversation this week with Kristen, Minson itis of men tonight as dairy in Madison Washington. This is the real food real people podcast, and I'm your host Dylan Hongkou on a journey to get to know the real people behind our food produced here in Washington. State. What is it like to the.

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"minson" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

WIBC 93.1FM

04:32 min | 1 year ago

"minson" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

"Of love, right? The charts and the jazz and the chop is all goods to summer love, baby. Hey, they're just here mostly. Mostly peaceful protesters. There's the feds and making him do this stop. Let it go. Do whatever it's going to do. You wanted those you want, Wheeler? But you wanted these people in place and you put them in place, and you thought these people are they're part of our value This here's soup liberal. Uber fun right live and let live kind of attitude. And this is what you've got. You tell your police don't really do any policing. Just kind of do some referee. Knock yourself up 3 to 353 24 23 at Chad Minson shows your Twitter You're free to tweet at me Text the program as well. Speaking of that what is going on in Sturgis? So they decided to officially sponsoring that way they could provide hand sanitizer. They could provide some guidance for social distancing. Essentially, the city was handcuffed to the fact that this has such a Huge tradition That happens every single year. Not to mention the fact that these businesses counts on this event happening every year. I talked with one campground owner, Buffalo Chip Campground. This is the only event they do. They hold concerts. It's nine days out of the year. This is the only time they make any money. Yeah. What do you do? If you are Sturgis, they're allowing it to go on there, allowing it to just be Sturgis. Now it's not 500,000 people they're expecting. About 250 maybe 300,000 over a 10 day period 9 10 day period. And I'm sure a lot of people didn't want. That's the biggest get together. Since the pandemic started. People are frustrated. They're you know about what's going on. They took a survey a few months ago of all the residents in the city to see how they would feel and the majority of the population. 60% said they wanted it canceled. So you think maybe the city would move forward with canceling at the problem with that is good luck telling 250,000 bikers. What do they essentially realised? Even if this city doesn't Sponsored this event or make it official. All these bikers are just going to come into town. Yeah, and that's exactly what they've done. They've shown up they come into town. Are they going to spread it? Probably. They're trying to be cautious. However, they can. They're also not trying to be too pushy with their guests. I talkto one business owner who essentially said that she wears a mask. Her employees wear masks. They don't tell their customers what to do. And they've had customers give them a hard time for wearing a mask, essentially saying, Why are you wearing that? That's not gonna do any good and an interesting thing that she told me, Brad Is that on top of, you know, trying to keep your business afloat. Their business sells masks and they were having bikers come in and buy them, not because they were going to wear them. They're certainly not wearing them here. They were buying them because they come from states where masks are required. It is chaos and craziness. It is. It's chaos and craziness. Yeah, there's going to be issues. There's gonna be a ton of issues. When they leave. They're how bad is it going to be? That's debatable. We were never really going to know what those numbers look like. Plus, you know, you've also got a cz. Muchas There's a lot of people that are weekend warriors ride their motorcycles. This is kind of their fun thing to do. Your doctors, your lawyer's your people living there their second best life, if you will, you still have because I've got a couple friends there. I'm an effort in to get him on the show tomorrow. A lot of one percenters. So if you don't know what a one percenter is What they say about motorcycle clubs, outlaw motorcycle clubs. Only 1% writes mostly peaceful. Only really 1%. So in the old adage is they got more tattoos than teeth. Then matter what happens, they'll be fine. 323538 24 23 at events shows your Twitter. I already tweeted wounded. Pa Project Amazing organization helps tons of veterans first responders in their family By doing what By rescuing dogs. And training them to be service dogs, and it is an amazing, amazing, amazing organization. They combine their love of dogs and a dedication of finding a way to help veterans. They built Paul Project. They take these dogs and they take some of the hardest cases..

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"minson" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

KTAR 92.3FM

02:45 min | 1 year ago

"minson" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

"Ads around the country. That's very unusual at this point, there is a new campaign manager, so there's a reset on that. But it is another sign that this campaign the president's reelection campaign's having trouble targeting Joe Biden, finding something that'll stick. And finding a positive message about what the president's second term vision is. Yeah, I mean, like yesterday, and I suppose some of it Ah, That My uncle and I were doing a podcast and stuff and he's Super Maga Trump supporter and I, It's just interesting because listening to people and talking to people who are big Trump supporters. They They'll try to tell you like I asked him. What's Trump's next thing going to be a lot of it is well, he's not going to destroy the country and how it's as we heard that, like the left, said it the minute Trump came in that the countries would be destroyed Nuclear weapons. It was all over. What? We're still here. Remember when Obama won and it was like, Well, we're all going to the Sharia law is taking everybody's guns away. And and and you know, this is this is just going too, and it didn't happen. It didn't happen. It didn't Trump's having a tough time because he's right now looking at the Polo we got pulls on the inside of asked eight people I know are really close to me, and they say they're all voting for me. No poles. That that are wrong. Let's be real. They've been wrong. The polls were wrong in 2016 but kind of right well, how were they kind of right? Well, she did win the popular vote. She didn't win the electoral college, but you won the popular vote. And very few Poles had her head 12 15 points. Most of them 34 points kind of within the margin of error. The end of the day. Trump has plenty of time, but it feels like there is no direction at this point in time. We'll see. 32353 24 23 at Chad Minson shows your Twitter You know how close we are Monday. It will be three months. Till Election Day. Oh, yeah. Three months until Election day. Check it out. It's called purple. It's the grid best bed in the world. Slide on into it. They got the grid. Right. These these temperature neutral gel. It's just the most amazing thing. You don't sleep. You don't eat cold. I passed out. I don't even remember falling asleep. Like I'm gonna lay down and watch little gun smoke and then relax and I fell asleep. My alarm went off. That's that's all I know. It's just so amazing. I never sleep throughout. Never seem too cold. Firm where I needed software I wanted It is amazing..

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"minson" Discussed on KMJ NOW

KMJ NOW

02:45 min | 1 year ago

"minson" Discussed on KMJ NOW

"Country. That's very unusual at this point. There is a new campaign manager, so there's a reset on that. But it is another sign that this campaign the president's reelection campaign's having trouble targeting Joe Biden, finding something that'll stick. And finding a positive message about what the president's second term vision is. Yeah, I mean, like yesterday, and I'll propose some of it. Ah. That My Uncle night. We're doing a podcast stuff and he's Super Maga Trump supporter and I, It's just interesting because listening to people and talking to people who are big Trump supporters. They They'll try to tell you like I asked him. What's Trump's next thing going to be a lot of it is well, he's not going to destroy the country, and he says, We heard that like the left set at the minute Trump came in that the countries would be destroyed Nuclear weapons. It was all over. What? We're still here. Remember when Obama won and it was like, Well, we're all going to the Sharia law is taking everybody's guns away. And and and you know, this is this is just going too, and it didn't happen. It didn't happen. It didn't Trump's having a tough time because he's right now looking at the Polo we got pulls on the inside of asked eight people I know are really close to me, and they say they're all vote for me know Poles that that are wrong. Let's be real. They've been wrong. The polls were wrong in 2016 but kind of right well, how were they kind of right? Well, she did win the popular vote. She didn't win the Electoral College, which won the popular vote. And very few Poles had her head 12 15 points. Most of them 34 points kind of within the margin of error. The end of the day. Trump has plenty of time, but it feels like there is no direction at this point in time. We'll see. 32353 24 23 at Chad Minson shows your Twitter You know how close we are Monday. It will be three months. Till Election Day. Oh, yeah. Three months until Election day. Check it out. It's called purple. It's the grid best bed in the world. Slide on into it. They got the grid. Right. These these temperature neutral gel. It's just the most amazing thing. You don't sleep. You don't seem cold. I passed out. I don't even remember falling asleep. Like I'm gonna lay down on the watch little gun smoke and then relax and I fell asleep. My alarm went off. That's that's all I know. It's just so amazing. I never sleep throughout. Never seem too cold firm where I needed software I wanted It is amazing..

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"minson" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

WIBC 93.1FM

02:46 min | 1 year ago

"minson" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

"Around the country. That's very unusual at this point, there is a new campaign manager, so there's a reset on that. But it is another sign that this campaign the president's reelection campaign's having trouble targeting Joe Biden, finding something that'll stick. And finding a positive message about what the president's second term vision is. Yeah, I mean, like yesterday, and I suppose some of it Ah, That My uncle and I were doing a podcast stuff and he's Super Maga Trump supporter and I, It's just interesting because Listening to people and talking to people who are big trump supporters. They They'll try to tell you like I asked him. What's Trump's next thing gonna be a lot of it is well, he's not going to destroy the country. And he says, We heard that like the left set at the minute Trump came in that the countries would be destroyed Nuclear weapons. It was all over. What? We're still here. Remember when Obama won and it was like, Well, we're all going to the Sharia law is taking everybody's guns away. And and and you know, this is this is just going too, and it didn't happen. It didn't happen. I didn't Trump's having a tough time because he's right now looking at the pole, we got pulls on the inside of asked eight people I know are really close to me, and they say they're all vote for me know Poles. That that are wrong. Let's be real. They've been wrong. The polls were wrong in 2016 but kind of right well, how would they kind of right Well, she did win the popular vote. She didn't win the Electoral College, which won the popular vote. And very few Poles had her head 12 15 points. Most of them 34 points kind of within the margin of error. The end of the day. Trump has plenty of time, but it feels Like there is no direction at this point in time. We'll see. 32353 24 23 at Chad Minson shows your Twitter You know how close we are Monday. It will be three months. To Election Day. Oh, yeah. Three months until Election day. Check it out. It's called purple. It's the grid best bad in the world. Slide on into it. They got the grid. Right. These these temperature neutral gel. It's just the most amazing thing. You don't sleep, you know, seemed cold. I passed that less. I don't even remember falling asleep. Like I'm gonna lay down and watch little gun smoke and then relax and I fell asleep. My alarm went off. That's that's all I know. It's just so amazing. I never sleep throughout. Never seem too cold firm where I needed software I wanted It is amazing..

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"minson" Discussed on Haunted Crime Scenes

Haunted Crime Scenes

07:53 min | 1 year ago

"minson" Discussed on Haunted Crime Scenes

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The M62 Coach Bombing - February 4, 1974

This Day in History Class

03:02 min | 2 years ago

The M62 Coach Bombing - February 4, 1974

"The day was February. Fourth Nineteen seventy four twelve. People were killed in a bombing on the m sixty two motorway in northern England. That Monday a private coach was carrying more than fifty military personnel and their family members earth as they traveled along the m sixty two just after midnight a bomb exploded in the coaches luggage compartment. The explosion could be heard for miles els. Eleven people were killed on the scene and one person died a few days later among the deceased were nine soldiers a woman in two children around at the time people suspected that the Irish Republican Army or IRA was responsible for the bombing. The previous several years years has seen the IRA carry out a series of deadly bomb attacks. In Britain politicians and the press immediately began blaming the paramilitary organization a quick investigation of a tag lead to the arrest of Judith Ward authorities knew that she attended Xinfei marches Sinn Fain is a left-wing Irish Irish Republican political party and forensic tests on explosives done by forensic scientists Frank skews supposedly linked her to the bombing. The grease tests found that. She had nitroglycerine on her hands. Van and bag word was arrested just ten days after the bombing when she was in Liverpool waiting waiting on a ferry to Ireland. She even had a notebook on her with. IRA slogans it after a couple of days of questioning ward admitted to committing the bombing gene. The police planned on charging her with putting the bomb at the bus station but when it became clear that she was nowhere near the bus station at the time of the bombing. They decided decided to charge her with planning and organizing the explosion. She went to child in October of nineteen seventy four though. She had a history of mental illness. This information and the potential that she was not fit to enter a plea was concealed at trial she had also changed retracted and made contradictory statements. Minson her confessions which were made under disorienting conditions. She confessed to other bombings. Besides that sixty to win her confessions and and the forensic evidence were used to convict her of murder and in November she was sentenced to twelve concurrent life. Sentences one for every person who died in the bombing the media portrayed her as a dangerous criminal later the method that skews used to test. The explosives was discredited. The tests could show up positive. What if with harmless materials? That had nothing to do with the bomb and the forensic scientists involved in wards case could have manipulated their interpretation of the evidence plus the prosecution did not reveal that ward had a record of confessing to crimes. She did not commit the Court of appeal determined that her confessions were unreliable and quashed her criminal. Convictions were spent eighteen years in prison before she was freed on. Unconditional bail in one thousand. Ninety two

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Hangover cures: Most effective home remedies

Christopher Kimball's Milk Street Radio

06:06 min | 2 years ago

Hangover cures: Most effective home remedies

"Lauren. Welcome to milk street. Thanks so much for having me. So what is a hangover physiologically. In other words you drink too much alcohol in what goes on in your body. Sure what's interesting about a hangover versus. It's not just a single thing. It's almost like this constellation of different symptoms affecting your body at the same time so alcohol Causes Gastritis which is an inflammation of the stomach lining. So that's the reason you feel the stomach achey feeling just like nausea dehydration. Also a big part of what a hangover is is but that achey tired feeling that actually comes from not sleeping. Well you tend to have really poor sleep when you're hung over and because you haven't had had that sort of restful period that's part of the reason that you wake up just kind of feeling like crap before we get to the hangover cures the day after is is there anything people can do on the night of other than drinking more water. Actually if you sleep in complete and total darkness like blackout shades. I mask that's proved to lessen your hangovers recovery. Time one thing that I found really interesting in my research. Is that if you have a happy optimistic attitude while you're drinking that's actually shown shown to have less severe hangovers whereas if you have a negative outlook maybe a lot of anxiety in your life. Your hangovers actually scientifically been proven to be a little bit worse. All other things in this study remained the same. The amount of alcohol the type of alcohol it was just. Your mental state of mind affects the severity thirty of the hangover that that was an academic study that was published Other the type of drink that you choose does actually have some effect on what kind of hangover. You have darker drinks so something like Bourbon brandy red wine. Those actually have higher levels of conyers which contribute to serve a more severe a hangover. So okay so your book is about cures. So let's go down through the list pickled foods show up a lot in your lister. Stern pickled foods are a good thing. I think so So pickled foods obviously are high insults which can help replenish electrolytes and get some of those depleted salts. Back near body the pickle. Brine is a popular cure in eastern Europe in Poland and Russia in particular in the book. I have a pickle. Brian Bloody Mary which is to serve a fun. Twist based on your classic hair of the dog cocktail. But you'll also see there some eastern European soups that have pickled. Brian in it in the Roy egg was shows up in lots of Coors yes said the classic is the riot. Put a little bit of Tobasco and you put a little bit of vinegar and you take it in one shot. That's kind of quintessential the old time hangover cure. Eggs actually are great hangover food. They're full of amino acids are full of protein. So definitely said that one probably is one that I would recommend for sure Cher. Other cures are jumping some very cold ice water like the polar bear swim. I would think that actually evolve a cures. I think that one would would shock you right out of a hangover. I would think so I have never done. Polar Bear Swim. So I'm a little bit too much of a Wimp to try it but I think that one would actually be quite beneficial and if nothing else. You're probably so cold that you're thinking of other things that are feeling not so great at that moment is like hitting in your hand with a hammer. You know you're not going to hang over so let's go around the world and talk about recipes New Zealand. They have their Minson cheese. Pies is right. Yep some cheese pie. So that's essentially a ground beef pie with cheddar cheese. Net can find them all over. You know you can get a gas station and you can get them at. The local cafe. Usually their portable the one. I didn't the bucks a little bit larger so you can actually make that for maybe. Dinner and South Korea has particular UH consistent hangover soup. It's fairly strong right then. That's yes south. Korea is actually one of the main sources of inspiration and for this book. I've been reading an article about South Korean drinking culture because Korea. You tend to go out with your office made you drink serve all night long and in the morning you eat. Hey Jenga which essentially translates to hangover soup and. There's not just one hangar soup. There's an entire serve category of hangar soups so the one in the book is from John. Ju It's being sprouts Scott Rice and it's a traditional Korean anchovy based broth but it's much lighter than maybe a Hey Jenga that you would get in Seoul which might be made with more like collaborated beef blood it may have served beef. That's been simmered for hours Along with maybe like a richer soybean broth I just find it so fascinating that there were so many different kinds of dishes that you were specifically would eat when you're hung over and you'd go to the hangover soup restaurant Ed ten joy them. You say you end up with hangovers. Occasionally do you personally have a favorite cure. I have a couple of favorites if maybe it's like a really bad hangover and I just need something Super Plain. I like a good Kanji. Chinese rice porridge. Usually I'll put Ginger which is usually good for helping nausea settling the stomach and put a little scalia in there as well so that's nice just simple. I can't really face food at that moment hangover Rick Your and then one of my other hangover cures that I really love is just a breakfast sandwich that I created one day when I was hungover. It's fried eggs peppered Bacon Salon. Salon tro sweet Thai Chili Sauce and Sauteed shrimp. And it's one of those dishes that I just was cobbling together. Something in my hung over state and I think that's sort of an interesting interesting thing about hangover foods. You know we do. Have these foods that fall within the Canon of traditional hangover foods. But so much what we when we're hung over. Is that personal moment in the kitchen when we're alone. We don't want anyone to see us so I made that sandwich and it was really delicious. More thank you very much. It's been a great pleasure. Is your having you on milk street. Thank you so much for having me

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Inside Iran's Underground Fashion Industry

The Business of Fashion Podcast

08:59 min | 2 years ago

Inside Iran's Underground Fashion Industry

"Global News headlines have been dominated by news out of Iran where a recent US air strike killed. Iran's most senior military leader General Qassem Awesome Sulejmani resulting in growing tensions in the Middle East back at voices. Two thousand nine. We shed some light on. Iran's underground fashioned seen team Iran is a country that we in the West know very little about but over the past few years. I've been receiving messages on instagram from young fashioned creatives. Who have written to me saying that that behind closed doors there is actually a vibrant fashion culture in Iran and they are longing to connect with all of us? It seemed like the perfect topic explore voices. Twenty nine to shed some light on Iran's underground fashion scene. We were honored to introduce four Iranian fashion creatives to share their experiences of their vibrant culture. Holzer with us and also to demystify some of our misconceptions about their country based in Chicago Hoda Khattab is the voice behind the political fashion platform. Juju Jewish and hotel opened our voices session with a powerful talk which explained how Iran's fashion economy has been impacted both by an extreme regime in Iran but also sanctions from the US UK and other Western countries. Hoda was joined by Sharon and chief of Car to self taught fashion designers and co-founders Iranian fashion label car. Who came all the way from Tehran to join us and the brilliant Iran born London based sued goal Sarky founder and editorial director of Tank magazine who interviewed Hoda Sharon and Sheva together? These four challenged our assumptions about aww country that is largely closed off from the West on this week's B. O. F. podcast go inside. Iran's fashion industry and I had this really cute flowery speech. I was excited to give but given what's happening in Iran right now. I think it's only fair to sort of take a setback and talk about the situation and kind of conceptualize that so right now. It's been almost a week in which the Iranian government has actually shut down the Internet and shooting Shiva and I couldn't even be in touch until they landed in the UK. I haven't been able to have been in touch with my family for the past near week. Either and this this sort of constant and current sort of uprising protests are really in part due to economic insecurities as sort of economic degradation of society see that has been caused by government corruption mismanagement of funds but also US and UK sanctions that have literally crippled society. Every single Iranian every single day is affected by sanctions by this country and by the United States. Things like medicine is unaffordable. Everyday curable. Diseases people are dying from because they don't have access to medical care or medicine because of the high prices food commodities everyday little things are so inaccessible accessible to every Iranian right now because of the situation so so important that yes what's happening in Iran is horrible but I think we also have to understand that the United states and the UK and many of our countries are also complicit. And what's happening right now. The reason and the difficulties that she didn't she will be talking about more both domestically but also from the sanctions that these countries are having creates a larger more complicated situation that we really need to be. unpacking and fashion is inherently political intertwined and all of this and yes obviously in Iran. There's a mandatory dress code and fashion. Maybe a little bit more political explicitly there but throughout the entire world. There is no such thing as apolitical fashion. It does not exist if anybody says fashion is apolitical. Please Punch them. This Muslim is condoning violence. I'm pleased on called prevent on me but it's true because fashion ultimately at its core is the motive communication. We're communicating something able to convey really powerful messages. Tell people about a culture about society or we're not an recyling. It and silence is complacency at a time where we truly cannot afford to. The world is fucking on. I can say fucking the world is fucking on fire right now. Aw How can we ever think that what we're creating and putting out in the world should not be engaging with us and all of us were closed and are in the business of fashion. I don't even immune that fund and yet are we actually truly grappling with the complexities of how fashion is truly political on so many levels beyond just just a slogan which could mean or not mean something based on where you're producing it Fashion is even more inherently political. If we think about production and consumption what does that mean. The majority of our clothes are produced in Southeast Asia by people who look like me and you had the majority of consumed here. In the West our whole industry relies upon and continues continues to profit from histories of imperialism genocide sanctions that have plagued the entire world and yet we still profit from it. We're living in an active empire. The British Empire still exists people are still profiting off of the fact that there is no economic growth. happening in countries countries like Indonesia because we profit from it and we value this and our entire industry is built upon it. So what does that mean and also the fact that fashion literally frames our bodies like literally every time we step outside. We're deciding how we want our body to be actually presented in the world there's nothing else that's more intimately connected to our identities or the manifestation of that in public space than fashion literally. Wraps it touches our skin. So what does it mean mean for something that's made in a product of violence to be rubbing off on our skin every single day were so so concerned about what we eat where it goes in our bodies but how about what touches our skin constantly every single day most nights some nights but also but it conveys a Maybe religion the fact that I'm visibly Muslim. My experiences growing up in the United States as someone visibly Muslim has been marked with physical assault being uncalled terrorists every single day. This is a reality that every day I step out of my house and choose to present myself in a way that I know that I'm GonNa be added to another government surveillance. Watch list her. And if you don't have to think about every day when you step outside of your house who is going to profile you or what police is going to stop and search you. That's privilege which doesn't make that decision any less political so we have to think about that and right now especially the fact that the Muslim identity is trending trending in the fashion industry. My identity is sexy. Every single person wants a Muslim. Who looks like me? Walking down the runway and their latest campaign. But how can we have the fact that right. Now we're at a time of heightened anti Muslim racism on a global level partnered with the time that we see Muslim faces taking up space across fashion magazines. What does that immune for our industry? Is that a trend. Or are we actually substantially dealing with and grappling with the manifestations of what it means to support Muslims. Would it means the support people people of Color. How can Nike? For example create. A pro hit job that was created with the raw materials by Muslim wiegert Muslims and concentration camps in western China passed down to Muslims in Indonesia working in sweatshops to produce Nike Apparel and then sold here and then be a product and praise as for being so pro Muslim. Why are we allowing brands and the whole entire fashion industry to simplify and reduce our identities into just a hit job? Hit Job is not synonymous as being Muslim but we allow fashion right now to reduce simplify and completely annihilate the movements Minson identities in which we've been working on for decades actually call this revolution washing greenwashing which I think most of us are familiar with. But it's at the revolution every brand. Dan Wants to be sexy. And part of the Revolution Right now. But what are you actually doing. Are you actually simplifying. And reducing and taking away the significance of what it means to be Muslim. The complex experiences of what it feels like to wear every single day and that the government simultaneously is gonNA use that against me or use that to invade on a son and and so. I'm really excited. Really excited to also be able to be the sheet and Sheva on this panel to understand that the world is fucking complicated like there's a lot She does happening every day everywhere but rather than just being afraid of taking a step back and be like okay. We're GONNA make the simple like I don't want to be controversial. We have to engage with at that. Fashion should not be in the business of simplifying things but embracing the complexity and really being able to grapple and imagine a better world and then actively work work toward building that

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"minson" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

MyTalk 107.1

06:23 min | 2 years ago

"minson" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

"Can you keep a secret bang bang concessions with Donna and Steve fashion on my seven the breach of a question Ryan Minson phone books yes or no do you have the yellow pages or the white pages your house you know I do not now I want to search it the answer is no I have a warrant I research were let down do I have a hand written address book phone book yes okay that's fine that's good okay just a backup guys tend to wait till your phone lands in the bottom of a river and talk to me about who you need to call I'm looking at eight point one inches by Wednesday at noon no one says five Eyewitness News live with us and leave it alone nine point six and made boy three point three in Brainerd we'll let them slide they pay the price the man welcome to the confessional this week is not looking forward to on thanksgiving I love this one from Kerry it came via email she said first of all I appreciate your bickering today your welcome packet hello warming up for the big day out the one thing she's not looking forward to our thanksgiving is the open mouth two words in although I love them it's worse than nails on a chalkboard I got some here you could call us by the way six five one six four one one oh seven one absolutely Nicole says diet talk on our Facebook page let's just enjoy the food and things we are thankful for that's good I'm very diet intensive meal because my sisters on the chef Tony or friend Hillary is going to be there she did chef Tony so they're they're the ones who are bringing like cauliflower substitute another we're gonna have to present I don't know wow I don't know yet but I'll tell you cauliflower if you haven't screwed around with cauliflower what are you waiting for a chance unless a licious cauliflower in like I say it is the veggie that begs to be bold what you want me to be what do you want me to do well it's a sort of a tornado I'll have him he only takes like pasta Schneider though it pizza crossed all the people said this Libby said not looking for to this a nice giving my daughter getting car sick and throwing up on the way to my sister now will have some some of this and then people are diagnosing ladies child they're giving her some drugs that she can pick up hello my doctor joy is not looking for to the jealousy I feel when others are super happy about their long weekend and I work a twelve hour shift Thursday and Friday we have a lot of P. that's too bad we do have a lot of people who said snow a lot well I think there's a lot of traveling to just sort of marks it up this image you know I mean this Tiffany says we use paper plates and cups and we do a pot luck so thanksgiving Sir rather easy my only issue is I work every holiday so getting myself dressed and ready for people come over just a little bit I thought I like the paper plate thing always paper plates I don't remember the last time I ate on a plate you know there is a there is a it's fun and setting out a bunch of nice stuff but you have to know that it looks nice real quick and then it's a lot of dishes later yeah you do paper plates especially when you have Littles taking care of anybody's going to enjoy this now I am not I I mean if I were home might be like this is great I am I you know me you know my feelings about our winters not always positive but I think that this will be a fun one because tonight I hope the snow starts a little bit earlier because I would like to do it on a Christ mass movie so that we could watch it all together get in the zone sure RO thanks going to be fun I and I and I think that tomorrow morning's commute is not going to be as horrific as people might think because you're saying kids are off school tomorrow so I think a lot of people are gonna be telecommuting working from home taken the day off what I have plus our plow guys are on top of it yes right yeah dot so I'm open for open for yeah man that's waiting for this band they're flexing their muscles yeah they're dumping chemicals as we speak yeah their palms men their pumps let's see here so you're not looking for to to hang over the next day yeah there's a way to cure that you know that was over and on paddy's yeah find god waking up with headaches the worst so bad and just have one less there Sonya let's go to the phones okay face he's on the line hi Stacey welcome to the confessional on the don and Steve show what you're not looking for to thanksgiving honestly the extended family okay talk more about that I thank my family of six and all the family drama group video I'm sorry frustrates me at you now so true they say so complainers in your family are there some containers of the of the of the in laws extended family they kind of come in and bring their negative juices with them I have them and my family they get all mom yeah it's just the way better just having the media six of us yes Steve not everybody's got the Norman Rockwell family like you thanks for the call I think that phone call went a little sideways I thought I was driving with her and then she turned on her own family she just wants to be a drive through he's not looking forward to hello I mean I know it's always better when we have like a a go to answer I mean the cranberry sauce I I enjoy things giving either I look forward to I think it's really fun and I I have my parents and I haven't had a thanksgiving with my parents in a while long and so it's going to be nice to have them there what do they normally do well they they live in Pennsylvania so they normally get together with my brother and his family who lives in Pittsburgh as well gotcha yes so it's gonna be good in a little time.

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"minson" Discussed on No sitting on the sideline dad podcast

No sitting on the sideline dad podcast

06:00 min | 2 years ago

"minson" Discussed on No sitting on the sideline dad podcast

"The deal that the ghost had made with me in the basement was you're a writer you tell my story and Oh make sure you get that house house. And I said we're on I'll I'll do my best so all the huntings that happened in this house were him trying to tell me story story and he even got the pets involved. One morning I get dressed for work. I'm come out and here's the cat sitting there just kind of like Whoa. Something's going on and I go. What's wrong and she looks at me and she looks down at downstairs? And that's when I heard. The water is huge rushing noise of water. Oh my goodness well. It's one hundred ninety plus years old. Something's gone wrong so the cat leads me down the steps depths make sure I'm following her the whole way I get down the steps and Chun's through the dining room and heads straight for the downstairs bathroom and then sits down furner enough away for me to get into the bathroom without her being in the in the way and the whole time. There's this huge rushing water sound like a waterfall was going off in my bathroom and I walk in there the minute my foot crossed the threshold of that bad through the water stopped. There was not a drop out of place anywhere in that bathroom. And the can't look at me. It's like naptime I'm walks on so I went to work coming that way. I knew that his story had something to do with water and eventually through all the the haunting 's piece together that he drowned in the cistern hiding from the federal marshals who were going through the house and I think I told the story. Well I had a little column called. I'm a believer that I would write up in the local Minson newsletter and so every month I would tell what had happened that month haunting of the house how I was interpreting it and that was the vehicle require us to tell. His story was his column called. I'm a believer. And he's gone now. That's not to say there aren't other ghost around here because occasionally thinks to to happen happen with that goes. I have safely sent on his way. So that's very true story and I'm kind of fascinated with the whole aspect of how they got the water to the slaves and then the basement that that's very good very Engine generic I mean very good way of doing it would not get caught because looking at you and following. You make sure enough pumping water others pretty interesting and do you know that today. A lot of states have laws that say you cannot capture rainwater in water. I didn't know that. No yes because they knew the federal marshalls knew that this was happening and they made it against the law and those laws are still on books in some states. Because some people about these big buckets like big huge barrels collect rainwater to water your plants and wanting to I do that in the water because you know some people want to consider him. It's a good idea to conserve not waste the water. They want to say. Thank you Jenny. Well how they came back to you and they want to talk talk more about this stuff in and find more what you do they can go to our website. WWW DOT crazy redhead publishing dot com and they can find Oliver Products. All of our books and of sometimes are links to podcasts. Out there might WANNA pick up on as well also we. We have a channel on Youtube. If you search on Jenny decent copeland you can watch a video on how to play our game sake. which was was a finalist for Mensa? Mind Games twenty nine thousand nine this year. We were really thrilled to be a finalist. Great Family Card Game If you can count to twelve complain things the other things that are out there under that channel Jenny. Decent Copeland are decent is Spelled D. E. A. S. O. N.. In case that if you go to our website you'll find all that but just to make it easy on you the You will find book trailers for every one of our books also out there in download some freebies off of our website calling books to go with the kids books at Sarah. Have Fun with that. All the solvings will be in the show notes for this episode again. I want to thank hugely from being on the podcast today and I was very Very interesting I learned a lot. Thank you Joe. Thank you ever so much robin up for this episode. I really want take for being a guest on the podcast was kind of fun. You can find Barbara her or a crazy redhead publishing dot com you all links on the shoulder. Torino sitting on the sideline dot com mm size seven one. Please reach out the common Tomba your ghost stories. Then he kind of different all the comments on the show Notre. Leave it in the wherever the we listen to podcasts. If I might call my conduct mission and no sitting on the side dot com slash contact fund thoughts on this episode episode. Is it. It was fun it was different somehow. Luger cover on this podcast. You can tied in. The parenting is like trying something new especially my son would food. You know because you know different kids eat nowadays. It's like chicken nuggets. Macaroni and cheese and they don't WanNa go the comfort zone so this kind of get out of my comfort zone and it was really cool to have this really interesting conversation with Jenny. Try something new. See I tied it in well. Thank you for listening until next time. Take care give it gets how much love them and try not to eat too much candy on Halloween Take Care God bless you. Thank you for listening to the PODCAST. Please subscribe to the newsletter to receive updates of the show and helpful and useful tips. This has been a production chain of Foley forty-two media.

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"minson" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

Newsradio 700 WLW

01:40 min | 2 years ago

"minson" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

"Investigation continues in court Tuesday James Elliott admitted that he beat Donald Harvey to death in twenty seventeen at the Toledo correctional institution Harvey was serving multiple life sentences for a series of killings in the nineteen seventies and eighties in the Cincinnati area and in southern Kentucky that had him dubbed the angel of death and he was in protective custody at the time Eliot attacked him Elliott was imprisoned for burglaries he told the Toledo blade that he grew up in Kentucky near relatives of some of these victims following Tuesday's admission Elliott was sentenced to life in prison himself I'm Jack Crumley newsradio seven hundred WLW let's set down Wall Street find out how stocks did yesterday talk of an impeachment inquiry pushing the markets into the red a sharp drop in consumer confidence didn't help matters either the Dow fell hundred forty two points the nasdaq closed on a hundred eighteen and the S. and P. gave up twenty five for the day oil prices dropped a dollar thirty five avail to close at fifty seven twenty nine a barrel. Alex rose early in the session after treasury secretary Stephen mission confirmed top level trade talks with China are set for the week of October seventh but the tank on the conference board's latest report the consumer confidence index fell to one twenty five point one in September from a revised August reading of one thirty four point two consumer spending has supported the US economy amid a slowdown in manufacturing we work C. E. O. Adam Newman is stepping assignment questions about the company's finances Artie Minson formally co president and chief financial officer and Sebastian gunning him formally vice chairman will become joint CEOs of the company skepticism mounted in recent weeks after we work delayed an IPO Terry Alden or ABC news the movie the joker causing some concerns over gun violence since walking Phoenix's movie the joker premiered at the Venice.

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WeWork CEO Adam Neumann steps down

CNBC's Fast Money

04:45 min | 2 years ago

WeWork CEO Adam Neumann steps down

"Switching gears here we work Straw reaching fever pitch Theo Adam Newman stepping aside as a company looks to go public. Let's get to Deirdre both in San Francisco for more Deidra amyloid Melissa when I talk to Newman at the start of the year. You know key acknowledged that being a public company. CEO would be hard but he said you need to block out the noise and keep delivering on your long long-term plan but as you said Melissa that noise became a fever pitch that he could no longer ignore so now to we work executives already Minson Sebastian gutting him. They're taking over as co CEOS and Newman becomes non-executive chairman and key this is critical he seeds majority voting control so what is next for the company company does. Newman stepping down actually bring the company any closer to an IPO that is unclear right now the dramatic valuation reductions and the delayed IPO remember about happened before reports of atoms questionable behavior questions still surround the business model signing long term leases and then subleasing them on a shorter term what happens in a downturn downturn. There's also the problem of cash burn without another capital raise. We work cannot grow at the same rate. It has been growing over the last few years and it may need to scale back back. It's revenue growth guys which doubled in two thousand eighteen year over year is what separates it from the wgn is the region of the world without that kind of growth and without its frontman man. Does we work look more like an overvalued real estate play guys we're right back to where we started even without those even with those ingredients many were asking that question and that is unlikely to all go away now that there's a leadership change guys and and Deirdre there was a loan that was contingent upon an IPO so it sounds like that potential source of capital could be off the table at least for now yeah. This is why this was such a tricky balance for Adam Newman. He may need to go back to Masa and Softbank. That has that kind of money. It was a three a billion dollar. IPO raise it was expected and contingent on that was a six billion dollar debt facility so that's nine billion dollars that we work does not have to continue growing going next year all right Deirdre. Thank you Travolta in San Francisco and of course the company for two billion dollars in two thousand eighteen so the rate of cash burn is pretty high here. What do you make the last time we talked about. We worked up because some fascination with the company itself but what it speaks to in terms of what it could mean for the broader market stuff. I mean that we work if the stock is down sixty eighty five percent from its all time high effectively right from the forty billion dollar valuation of current levels I mean that's a pretty significant move. We would talk about this. Publicly traded the company. What does it mean in terms of what central banks have done. Tim and I have talked about this. Just means the central banks of flooded the systems with cash looking for those are really negative consequences winces of this but if you're looking to play stocks you know people will say you know the Nasdaq baby loses to this while the stock was actually on a lousy tape today so I think names in the exchange space still work despite what we just talked about ten. We were talking in the Green Room about why Adam Newman would do this would actually kind of come around and say I'll give up control. I'll do new x while the executive non-executive chairman etc one one explanation could be that he is acting his own self interest in that the value of his share Sharon company will go higher presumably if he removes himself as the problem here pointing to the personal loan that he actually has that could be another thing. We don't enough about it but so it looks like he had a five hundred million dollar personal loan from. I think J. P. Morgan ups and other so as of the filing he had drawn three hundred and eighty million Ryan dollars of that loan. I don't know how much stock he had against the loan right when they took out that loan. Things looked very different. Probably I believe than they do. Yes I think they actually look a little better for him today. I think in this current environment with him as the CEO and all of those sort of noise surrounding him and IPO was not doable and now I think depending on who they get. I think it is potentially doable. If you think about Uber and all the noise around Travis and then they brought in Dr who ended up being a great hire and you know so uber had a difficult difficult I pio but still they gotta done. I think with new management I think they could get and there's all this equity that needs. They want the company to stay afloat right they. They don't so so. I don't know that Newman had a choice. I don't think he did really quickly Softbank too. I mean who of wounds more of this and who owns more buber is a bright light on the biggest investor the smartest investors space top taking on the legendary things throwing so much money at the sector at the industry and and really skewing a whole lot evaluations that now I think in other places we're paying for

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"minson" Discussed on The Basement Diaries

The Basement Diaries

05:21 min | 2 years ago

"minson" Discussed on The Basement Diaries

"Ba- treatment. Yeah. By someone. There was profoundly debilitating. Okay. In a way that I didn't realize until after I quit. And I in a way that I didn't realize fully until now, I'm still realizing I'm just realizing the extent of the damage that was done to be they're both professionally and personally. I'll wow was that one person in particular over. Yeah. Oh, wow. So that. Wow. So that just basically changed everything for you. Did. Yeah. I didn't understand or or even know. I didn't I didn't think anything of it. I thought you know, everyone has a crappy boss Minson awhile. Yeah. I I have had a few. No problem. I've had Greek bosses to extraordinary men and women who've trained me really well. And especially at wonder like if you if you Pat it a good boss in the past. And then you have one who's terrible. It's like night and day. I know. Yeah. No it is. It really is. But I mean was the you and I met because I work at target. Yeah. Exactly. I was just about to bring that up actually have a allowed to be from Northwestern University. Yeah. And that and that's the thing about retail is like that. That's what fascinates me about working and that. Field for a day job. Is that you meet all kinds of people there saved my life, people who are and crossroads in their lives. You know? Yeah. I think that's exactly right. A lot of people that cost roads. Yeah. I mean, that's certainly where I am by guy graduated three years ago, and I'm know trying to get my foot in the door entertainment industry, and like, well, I'll just stop this job at the grocery department and target is something to do. And it's it's it's relatively harmless, which are didn't understand what I was looking for excuse me. Yeah. So so that was really important to me. Let's back up a little bit. When you when you got that job at target. We're we're you happy about that. Or were you pretty bombed that you had wasn't ever bummed about it? Okay. Have never been bummed about the time that I've spent at target. I think. I had taken a year off. I literally did nothing for a year. Earning sip look for work. Yeah. Which can be debilitating in its own way. Oh, yeah. You're not getting what you expect. Or hope? I mean again with my resume in my background, I expected better because like I should be issue. Right. Exactly. But yeah, I I have learned that part of the problem is that something lane experience for you. It's it's humbling. Mortis confusing because I think the rationale is if you have too much experience you won't get hired because they're afraid to leave. Isn't it something better comes along? They're afraid that you've been dissatisfied with the the south the lower salary. They're going to be paying you. Okay. Never even love this. Oh, yeah. Yeah. That's why they won't hype you with a lot of expense, which is so ridiculous. Yeah. But anyway, when when you want them person who has the most experience, I know, it's really horrible. Is that something you're the basement dwellers needs to know atention to. Yeah. Look out of that. Yeah. Felt looking for jobs right now. But. We were talking about. Oh, no, I was ever bombed. I had taken a year off. I literally did did nothing. For your which is a gift, it's a blessing. So was that good for you? Then I thought it was and it was okay. So it'd it was. Yeah. I didn't realize that it wasn't just me being good to myself. It was a actually recovering when I'd just gone through. Yeah. But so are you someone who deals with, you know, certain traumas like that in a way where like you need to be away from things more? So because because because I just mentioned that I had at couldn't walk onto campus. When I have another breakdown after my counts. Yeah. I couldn't even go there. Okay. And he stepped foot on. Yeah. That's right. It's interesting to me. I don't know. I said so you dealing with someone that. Yeah. Definitely save that for a little bit. But yeah. Because for me, it's actually the opposite. Like when I when I'm crossroads I need to be like doing things constantly. Yeah. And it's hard for me to just sit and take time for myself. I would know it definitely is not my in my nature to sit. Yeah. At all. There's nothing I do this. But it was probably great for you. And it was it was a gift and target was a gift because I got some via the place where I was not a threat to anybody where not threaten no-one no-one could hurt me. Yeah. A no one can damage me. No one. And I'm also just very I've been really great

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"minson" Discussed on News Radio 810 WGY

News Radio 810 WGY

01:50 min | 3 years ago

"minson" Discussed on News Radio 810 WGY

"Not somebody that likes to take. From others. Really? I want to be independent. Sometimes you. Miserable really touching and Kelly. The discussions continue, and I guess the work continues. And there is some level of optimism. But in Saratoga they've been trying to come up with a permanent code Lou shelter, and so far no-go neighbors don't want it. Yeah. And I they also have an additional challenge you kind of touched on it. But. They can't get people to come in out of the cold. There's still going around. If are the people who won't come in and delivering them coffee and warm food. They are something that just was preventing them from coming in whether it's pride or whatever it is that they're still trying to do that outrage. But they even with people they have are packed. They're there. They have an overflow shelter going on right now. But the neighborhood where they're proposing this permanent shelter still doesn't want it. Yeah. Sometimes I think it's just sometimes they don't want to follow the rules like they want. They're a lot of them are did they want? They don't want. They want to be able to bring their booze and stuff like that. But he waived those rules though on days like this. So let's good. I mean, I'm not saying abuses. Good. But I just don't know yesterday. I I'll tell I tolerate the cold very well yesterday morning. I got home from work here. And I was all I was doing was throwing a couple of things in the garbage cans enrolling them to the to the street for pick up this morning. I my face was burning. I can't imagine how anybody can spend more than ten minutes out there. Let alone overnight. I just I just don't get it. So the the the effort continues, Ed and Lisa Minson are Mitzner the driving force behind a push for a permanent shelter codeless shelter in Saratoga. They say the the work will continue their optimistic. I mean, they have plans and stuff. They're still looking for.

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