17 Burst results for "Monty Burns"

"monty burns" Discussed on Dennis Prager Podcasts

Dennis Prager Podcasts

02:36 min | 2 months ago

"monty burns" Discussed on Dennis Prager Podcasts

"So I'm going to say this before going to call. Elon Musk is not the problem. Elon Musk is part of the solution. All right. There's one of the world's richest men, obviously he founded the Tesla company. Elon Musk, if he wanted to could be, you know, finger tempting like Monty burns right now. Or rubbing his hands together like doctor evil and thinking, I've got to afford Ford dollar gallon gas and not that the Russian pipelines cut off. It's going to be 6 by Saturday. It's going to be 7 8 bucks by the end of the month. They can't afford that. They got to come to me now. They got to buy a Tesla. He could be doing that. Instead, you hear what Elon Musk is saying? Elon Musk is saying drill baby drill. Maximize the domestic energy production to give the people a break. They can't afford my car. Thank God for Elon Musk. But I want you to understand just how out of touch the elite liberals really are. Like Stephen Colbert, who just told you, it's worth a clean conscience. Buck or two? Yeah, it's worth it to have a clean conscience. In fact, I'd pay 15 bucks a gallon. Why? I drive a Tesla. He said, all excitedly. Have you ever heard of anything so out of touch? I want to explain to you how to touch. This is how out of touch. During the break, I just logged on to Tesla dot com. I want to check it out. What does it cost to drive a Tesla? Now, I had no idea. I said $70,000. But I need to get I am. At the top of the page, if you go to Tesla's website, you'll see a Model S model three model X-Men on model Y I don't even know what the difference is. I assume the Model S is the cheapest. I do, because it's the first one. It's kind of like, you know, when you and all of the other variations of models of cars, the first one, you know, it's usually called the VL or something, the value leader, or something like that. And then they move their way up. So I don't know if this is the cheapest or not, but let's find out together. If you go to Model S and I clicked that one already, it's the only one that I clicked. You have to, and then they're going to tell you about all the wonderful ranges and how many miles you get, you got to get it. You have to click order now to get a price. They don't hook you if you're buying a Tesla, they're not hooking you with the price. Look at this. It's only blank. You have to hunt down the price after you've been, you know, had your appetite wedded in order to drive up your desire of this. And there it is. I click order now and then it comes up Model S $88,740. 88.

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"monty burns" Discussed on Doughboys

Doughboys

01:58 min | 5 months ago

"monty burns" Discussed on Doughboys

"On that private chat. So, the sauces were all good. The tots were good, like I said, the shake is not as good, but I still enjoyed it, but not as much as I want to try more flavors when I'm there. Chicken sandwich wags kind of the loser of the meal, but my bite of the night is that double cheeseburger, just a really just a really fantastic. The Tod's not far behind the tots are really good, but that double cheeseburger star of the show, sip of the trip that sparkling lemonade strawberry lemonade also did. But I gotta say for me, a man who likes me, I like my me. A pretty good outing by Monty's. Marty's which he has a dog theme. There is a dog name. There's like dog dishes outside the restaurant, which I that's actually when I got out. Susie, I know you scarfed one in the car. I put one of my burgers down on the dog dish. I scarfed it out of there before I left. Got on all fours. I think it's dog I think it's a dog friendly restaurant or something. I don't know what the deal is, but well, that dog is a big part of their signage. I believe that is Monty himself. I believe, I believe Monty, the mascot is an actual dog. And yeah, he's present on their signage. There's a lot of just Monty logos throughout. And yeah, so I think that kind of talks to and then Monty is like or at least the dog. I believe it's Monty. Factors in on a lot of their merch, which they do sell a lot of. You can get yourself a truck or hat or a pen or a hoodie, what have you with Monty's face or just the burger shop's logo? Reminds me of my good boss, Monty burns. He liked Monty burns. He's tough but.

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"monty burns" Discussed on Opening Arguments

Opening Arguments

06:04 min | 6 months ago

"monty burns" Discussed on Opening Arguments

"Out of their way. This was judge Amy Berman Jackson, who went out of her way to say we are not saying in this court's ruling should not be interpreted as saying that those executive privilege claims were not meritorious. Right. So in other words, applause, but we don't have a judicial determination that they were meritorious, but no indication that these were fraudulent or overly broad or pretextual claims of privilege. So point number three, plausible claims of executive privilege by the then sitting president. Point number four Eric holder didn't just say, okay, well, you know, president says it's executive privilege. That's it. We're done, you know, time to dust my hands. I'll, you know, Monty burns. No, he said, look, I'm going to turn all of these 100% of the documents were turned over to the aforementioned inspector general investigation. So independent because back then, we didn't have a president who fired inspectors general that he didn't like. There was a 19 month review by the DOJ office of the inspector general that cleared Eric holder of any wrongdoing in connection with Fast & Furious found no evidence that holder knew about the operation before 2011, which was exactly what he testified to Congress. By the way, that same investigation found various ethical lapses by 14 lower ranking officials and recommended various forms of disciplinary action. So again, not a not a rubber stamp by a pro Obama hack, independent IG investigation looked at 100% of the documents and wound up releasing almost all of them to Congress, which in turn released almost all of them to the public. So .4 and .5, again that investigation published those documents, Congress got them. And so over the remaining documents that was the lawsuit that I told you to put a pin in, they went to Amy Berman Jackson and said, hey, there's no more a valid claim of executive privilege here. A judge Jackson agreed, said, yeah, the production of most of these documents waves the privilege. So Congress deserves all the rest of the documents. But there is absolutely no basis to continue to hold Eric holder in contempt of court that is, quote, entirely unnecessary. Quoting from her opinion. If we get that from Bannon, I will be over the moon, right? We're not going to get that from Ben. So it does not now that I know we weren't doing our deep dive, but it does sound now a bit Benghazi esque, where it's like, okay, maybe something happened like, yeah, something happened in Benghazi and there may have been problems with security or something. But just trying to tie it to somebody forever. And essentially, Republicans using that as a fake scandal to try to tie it to somebody they're trying to take down who's like, I don't know what to tell you. I've given you everything. That's the similarity, I guess, right? I think that's right, and I think if you look at folks who were close to Eric holder and oh gosh, I should have said this. Eric holder was a partner at Covington in Berlin when I was an associate there. Between post Clinton, he rejoined the firm in 2001. So I do know Eric holder can't recall if I ever did work for him. I should have announced that. Folks close to Eric holder say that this kind of politicized Eric holder at the end of Obama's second term. He became sort of much more aware and involved that the right wing was sort of not fighting in good faith as a result of this. So I think there's a really fascinating story there of like you created part of the monster that you thought you had. I think we would be remiss not to point out, I remember it at the time, the tremendous amount of again continued not very coded racism in having an African American attorney general at an African American president. So those are some of the similarities that I think are there with Benghazi. I think Daryl isa, no doubt in my mind wanted to bring down Eric holder. And, you know, sort of ran with this crusade until he found another crusade to try and bring someone else down because Daryl isa is a piece of human garbage. Official opinion of opening arguments. Official opinion of opening arguments. So by way of saying all of this is people who are. So let me bring down this is not just to arm you about why your uncle Frank is wrong when he said, well you know Eric holder got up. It is to tell you that bringing contempt charges that were referred out by Congress to the DOJ against a recalcitrant witness is in fact a pretty significant process. And everybody who has previously been subjected to this process, you know, you can say, oh, you know, they didn't have to bust rocks or press license plates or whatever. But in every case that I've seen, they had to turn over information. And at some point you could keep issuing subpoenas to Steve Bannon. And if he keeps defying them, right? You keep going back to court and the courts like, wait, are you ever going to comply with these? And he can either say, you know, yes or something that isn't yes. And if he tells a court, something that isn't yes, then all of a sudden I think you'll break the mold. And I think the court will say, well, okay, nothing but going to jail is going to do this for you, huh? Okay, that's what I was going to ask. I mean, that's what it gets up to 'cause it sounds like so that's the common jail. We'll get the common jail at that point. Again, I think Bannon and I talked about this a little bit with Eli on cleanup. We forget Bannon cooperated with the Mueller investigation. I think, again, probably lied a lot. That was in his younger hippie days. Yeah. Right. I think Ben and at some point can be persuaded to give them the things that they want. And we now know a little bit more about what they want. And we know a little bit more about what they want. Thanks to a bar complaint against John eastman, I love it..

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"monty burns" Discussed on No Jumper

No Jumper

06:02 min | 8 months ago

"monty burns" Discussed on No Jumper

"Dc back did bank sold out dates so is like people gotta get it brought like. I'm bringing that that that roe street. Webex i come from the rosa praying. Where two thousand and sixty dollars seventy back like that ever. You getting them saying like i'm from nesh street. Wherever not new era where everything is a raffle at everybody's a sneak ahead. Supreme too big to keep doing that shit. So but that kind of opens a door way for zach. Do the lines shit. Because i have eight thousand people in line and one hundred percent light back. Into daybreak his sneakers i used to live with my mother used to. My mother has five o'clock in the morning sneakers. So i notice aerosol bring his failing back like it's memorable idea we really lonzo ball marino papa. Five years ago the close like you get them saying like i'm bringing that back because it's so accessible so i won't be lisa sassa right getting them saying in the aspect resale whim yes they do that so even if you don't like it this cop it and you're gonna resell the for profit ka. That's what i'm saying with. The most beautiful thing about the whole shit is saying is that it's not about. The money is the jason saying the money wouldn't have to love. The money would equal nothing like that. Smiling league bro. You want me to sign your brand new t shirt signed. It broke you. Shore is white sign and pro anyway bro. Outdoor right now so it's just a pleasure. Equal walk around like wishes cynic his shirt. I i dislike some slick shit like the cliche day. Scientists necas leave at a hotel. And i was at the hotel and nigger pick them up at five minutes added at timidly a numbers game. Go to gambro. The con- announced came through they gone. They gone about that. I was interviewing. How the hell ruining that's a fucking lashes. But that's my man writes alleged ruge world with jewelry and forty guests all right. It was selected to tell them was paying pitcher of how he used to go cop. Five thousand mix tapes. Throw them in the tongue of the car and just be driving around selling that shit all day and that. Yeah you make five dollars at a time but bro like thinking about good that must have felt to touch five thousand fans have a bunch of money in your pocket and you did it all and you kind of lose that now. 'cause streaming in and everything and you know that that's the future but that's what i like when i hear about doing the fuck in the pop ups and shit is like do can really build like a different level connection when you actually take the time to tap which you gotta understand is everything comes back around So eventually that cd taped shit gonna come back around us what we own. That should rain now. That's an lay. You said something about dumb j. right up. Forty cow roca. That's the aspect we bring it back with marino mixed into the infantry baio one out right now to the infantry by two out right now go and get that ads but we bring him back. Bro that dc as spag light that bat big might mix tape that jacobs styles p get him saying i wanna bring that failing back. You know what i mean. Yeah the essence ever get burnt out on like being at the store for like eight hours. And there's i mean five million people see it could be kinda of in for your brand right. But i gotta do it though. I got to do gigs training. You can have the hand ship. Fuck it. I mean being the crypt on nothing. Getting saying so. I'd rather do that than being a credit planet video games separately. Shit people have the fantasy that they're going to be a success by just putting some show online until it blows up and then they're still going to be show and just watching the poor in the streets guy touched to fans you gotta shake shake hands. Kiss the babies. You gotta do it to do guy pit that footwork and like a lot of kids. How do you do marino like. I really don't really have an answer. Because i did. I've been doing this since i was in high school so it was like i've been doing sixteen years old. Wrote the game then changed but you have a bunch of employees on the back end. Who help you plan the pop ups. This action kids him his wings initially like daniel. We really just us every weekend. In matthew right oh no i. It'd be audibles to don't think of autumn audibles. Being called a lot of shows we make initiate work. Don't envy making it look good right. You're the people really fuck with is coming. This ain't no facade. You don't think you don't see yourself having like an assistant could be booking flights and got the help you know but as a rise in us message our book your flight yeah stay close to that is good though because the other day we were argon about flights and some shit and somebody said adam was last time you booked your flight. I'm oh no two. Three years. Since i booked a flight so i'm kinda like monty burns over here just not knowing once again employees and stuff you just get further and further away from the actual making shit work you know. Get it like that for real but now we had his own. It's like the rockefeller days bro. Like bringing it back to we got bring it back to me to keep repeating myself but it is backing him daily just saying how they did it they did everything saw today got with jim and leo and russell and shit like that and they got that distribution. You get them saying so. It's the same aspect the same show with rough rod. You get him saying the same shit got. Dm mex pop initiate. You've got to ship them around. Man those offers you have those offers a people wanna they wanna take twenty percent of the business. But then.

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"monty burns" Discussed on Strange Brew Podcast!

Strange Brew Podcast!

07:50 min | 10 months ago

"monty burns" Discussed on Strange Brew Podcast!

"Blocked out. You've got to figure out a way around that we freeze death for too long. Bill gates is going to block out the sun soon. Fucking george fucking burns on that episode plug in monster burns yet. Monty burns charles. Fuck as george burns. I always say jordan. The old fuck and actor with a cigar The thing that i remember most about george burns in the south park movie. When kenny goes to hell he's floating around goes crazy. That's fucking twenty so world war. Three there will be several ways than a conflicts in the world can lead to a planet wide war. The biggest threat may come from countries with advanced technology and logical motives logical. Do you think you think would be is more likely to be fought primarily with link bankrupting countries and just like hack warfare warfare. Yeah i. I've said this for a couple years now right longtime but i think that we're technically in world war three or we were or we still are the forever war after nine eleven because it doesn't have to a world it can be a world war without a couple of countries involved so if i can't remember the fucking statistic on it but it's like five countries or warring with each other. It's pretty much almost a world. War have turkey fighting this person. Palestine fighting israel fucking pakistan fighting fucking iran. All these fucking places fighting each other all. You've got isis nicest came from fucking the taliban sister of bullshit. Fuck in that picture of What's his fuck just died. Not that long ago john mccain santa alice those fucking dudes from hezbollah and shit was just like. Wow okay. yeah we're not even. We're not even hiding it anymore. No no and john mccain was a piece of shit. Yeah that's true but it's just crazy. The information that gets released in the amount of information we don't know about the president's government we will. It's we're at the jeffrey epstein in fucking john mcafee whatever just the very tippety top of the iceberg. Isn't it crazy. How like everyone's just fucking stopped talking about obscene. I know we want costly. Bring it up because it's like there's some fuck fucking going on and me and my woman just watch the jews lane gives laying where the fuck you pronounce your name documentary. And it's funny. Because they just like maybe like she got influenced by him and they never looked dive. Deep into how it's connected to the clinton's at all they just say prince andrew and then his interviewer. He's like sweating and be like i don't see that prince andrew sweat who at the time i don't have the ability to sweat and it's like you shouldn't even done the interview man you made and fuck it worse for yourself for sure senior advocate. They are all inbred flux. So i mean sweat. Glands went out spun on camera like no. I have the missed me because it appears that i'll have sweat human. That's funny so obviously. How do you survive the same precautions involved with surviving a nuclear disaster irrelevant here. Distance yourself from an epicenter of the action stocks supplies always gotta have your supplies for a few weeks followed shelter. Also you would need a follow shelter right which the only people that are gonna survive half the shit we're going to talk about is rich people and the people the small few people that are rich are just getting more and more rich as everyone else gets more and more poor and they're trying to kill the middle class and should look at fucking dr evil. He openly admitted he's like yeah. You well paid for this again. No shit we know. We know looking as were three shit. I i really want my cousin matt on. I won't say his name. He'll get get a. I don't know if he'll want me to say his full name. Obviously but because he's in a secret society actually the nights that columbus. I'll just say that and i will leave. We got a bunch of their launches around here. Aren't they like against the freemasons actually in their position. Yeah and my cousin super religious and so is my. My uncle was so i i wanted to do my tick-tock pages growing some create them all the time. I've two new ones for one for the podcast. Wants for me. Just putting out these crazy videos of like david i in one. Yeah the reptilian one. That's what i say. If you get to talk check that shit out it's just tick tick talk is now becoming a place where people can try. At least it's spread the truth before it gets flagged and they spread their information. So i was like i had my grandma calls me my. I only have one grandma left on my other. Grandparents are dead and she's we're having to get together. The family gets together. It's like my dad's side of the family and my grandma had fucking six boys and one girl so she had a lot of kids and they all have kids so she's like You you vaccinate. I was like no. I don't plan on getting it. And then she's like okay. Well you're you're not allowed to come only double vacs. People can come. And i'm like man. You're fucking brainwashed brainwashed. She's probably all old. People sit sat home on the television and watch this fucking bullshit narrative that they constantly push what the fuck so then. So i was talking. She's like. Oh you know chucky matt's dad you'll get together in my uncle. Chucky looks like the literally the human version of ned. No fucking joking initiatives for. Yeah that's awesome so he. He's i guess against the vaccine. He's been saying up. And he's super religious he's married to my jamaican aunt so it was just funny and i was like what the fuck it i was like. Now i'm being extradited for my fucking family. Because i don't want fucking doin' inject fucking poison in my body so the i just wanted to. The matt thing is like years and years ago. Obviously i've been into this conspiracy stuff for a long time. Talk about the reptilians for a long time and two thousand twelve. As i've mentioned many times and billy is made quite clear that i was going crazy when he was working with me is i told my cousin matt a little bit this shit in the reptilians and what could be happening and planet newbie ru and he is like a couple of years later. I see a year or two. And he's like man. I was all fucking freak. Del you talk about this shit he's literally stocked up on a fifty cases of water gall foodshare and i always laugh. I ever movies being serious. Because he likes to joke around but he's sat up serious. Can't ever tell that level of sarcasm where you're like Facetious or are you janet though because he might have thought it was legit so obviously you gotta get away. Gotta find a follow shelter but according to two thousand sixteen article if you can get to the southern hemisphere. Then you'd like these survive the next world war So putting your family roots in farming in places like australia new zealand would increase your survival chances. Do you remember there. Was that the internet cartoon. Believe it was called the way it will end. That was the faz missiles. I'm tired. sounds familiar. E bombs world or something it was only bums world new grounds and shipped back in the day That was the one that was like. Meanwhile australia's down there might use new ground world. I was a perverted. Little kid and i had the celebrity dress up games that the internet was filled with fucked up shipped. It was the was the wild west. There's a lot of crazy shit going on there. Yeah the internet fucked my head up when i was like twelve thirteen when we first got it i grew up fucking fucking around playing outside. Do students shit and then the internet blew up. And it's like well.

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"monty burns" Discussed on The Dictionary

The Dictionary

04:34 min | 1 year ago

"monty burns" Discussed on The Dictionary

"You can't do this until you do that. But you can't do that until you do this. So how do you do this or that. okay number. More definitions number two a and illogical unreasonable or senseless situation to be a measure or policy. Whose effect is the opposite of what was intended. What a measure. A policy whose effect whatever to see a situation presenting to equally undesirable alternatives number three a hidden difficulty or means of entrapment in in trap mint and then the synonym is catch So this is from a catch twenty two. Which is the paradoxical rule in the novel. Catch twenty two from nineteen sixty one. By joseph heller. A lot of people were assigned this book in Maybe junior high or high school. But i don't think i was assigned this book. I think i was in the not quite high enough level of reading and comprehension. So i didn't get to read this book and i still haven't But i've heard it's good so i should probably read it right. Yeah okay The end i i just i also just think the concept of this is interesting about this or that in bolivia blue okay next is catch up. C. a. t. c. h. up it is a variation of catch up k. E. t. c. h. Up why are they spelled differently. Every time i see this. I think of Monty burns in the simpsons and he's at the grocery store because he never had to go to the grocery store and he's holding a bottle of two bottles. One is catch up with a k. One it's catch up with the c. And he goes catch up cats. Oh actually yeah. Can't the they wanted to see. I think is cats up. C. t. s. Up or something like that up cats up catch up cats up and he doesn't know what they are and he can't figure it out and it's great okay. Next is catch up to words with a hyphen. I form adjective from nineteen forty five intended to catch up to to a theoretical norm or a competitor's accomplishments.

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"monty burns" Discussed on Eric & Gord What If We're Right?

Eric & Gord What If We're Right?

11:19 min | 1 year ago

"monty burns" Discussed on Eric & Gord What If We're Right?

"There's actually no record of anything that happened with after because it's unclear what happened to her after she was saved decades later in two thousand eleven, a one woman play was produced was. Produce. Title I've Been Evita Atoms be placed back leading off the idea that after her attempt enter life she went on to become a stand up comic. Walked up that it's possible. It's very possible I. mean they face a comics have a sick fuck in and sense of humor. So I wouldn't. Be Surprised. If. You're going to commit suicide at least jump out the twenty third floor. Do it. On a good book while you do it. I always remembered the story in New York of this guy who had He had attempted suicide like something like. Eight or nine times previously each time clearly was unsuccessful. Yeah So finally, he made this declaration in a note where he was going to jump off building and land on the street below, and he was very specific about landing on this street and having it in front of everybody. Well, he did commit suicide he did jump off the building, but he didn't die because he hit the pavement he die because as the bus was going by the bus hidden. Before he landed. No, it's the. Front of the Plus Pam technically still fucked it up but you probably don't have this answer but was he ever prosecuted because suicide committing suicide actually illegal. This happened in the seventies is still legal back. Then I don't know I'm not sure. But. Yeah. Absolute. Genius I just I just remember that going the guy who committed suicide and finally hit the he finally does commit suicide but yet still not as he planned. That sucks. Try it but. I would be really bad if you didn't didn't work. That's pretty much like you don't get lower than that. I would think emotionally oh yeah. No, that's that no, I don't think. You either go. So de mostly at that point or you go the opposite way do you think that you're a God therefore, you're never gonNA die that would probably have to me. Yeah that would be my thing to face it. That's pretty much what happened to me. anyways. Tried to kill myself. Gun Jammed. All right. Fuck it I'm invincible. When I beat my mercer there I was like. Cancer and Mersa. Take it. All are pretty much again and not the George. Burns earn George Burns Mr Burns guide away Monty Burns I. I just I really make I'm going to die on my own terms and Essiet. It will be probably a stupid way, but but it'll be selfish causing. We'll be suicide I don't mean that I mean it'd be something stupid that I'm doing that will kill me it's not going to be like coded. I know I'm the same way I think my death will either be absolutely spectacular. We're to be like, that's what killed him. Really that. The fatman choked on a little peanut and died from it. Really. That's what killed them. It's just. A McDonald's you can actually get a McDonald's gold card. I think I did know that. That gives you free food for life. That's not a gift. Not, really some of its members. You have Warren Buffett and Bill Gates. Two of them well, it's good thing. 'CAUSE I. Those guys can't afford food. Let's. Let's give free food to people who have more money than everybody. I mean. It makes perfect sense if but there is one of the. Yeah on because neither of them probably ever eat it anyway. So it's perfect idea. were there is another man with a gold card. His name is Charles Ramsey He was at he was sitting at at McDonalds eating his big Mac and he ditched his big. Mac has half eaten big MAC and rescued three kidnap women. and. So as reward. McDonald's said you get here for life for free he did his big Mac. Ditched out he said I'm not finishing this. I'm going to go and save these women I. Walk. Thank you McDonald's for latching onto that little nugget. Nugget I. Don't think I. Know That's not a that's not a difficult bridge the gap there. Gap To bridge like I'm I'm going to. I. Could Save these women or I could eat this disgusting sandwich. I could be a hero or I have indigestion. Let's see what Will you gotta factor and chances are he wasn't the only person there which means everybody else sided with the big everybody else chose the big Mac. That's right. So. And we'd have to be Burger King before it was even a question for me. August I love Burger King. Really. Do so much I'm so. I'm so happy that Milton doesn't have a burger I'd be there all doesn't have a burger. King how do you even call your soul town? We do not. We've got three McDonald's. Five subways heen Tim Hortons no wonder everybody there is angry all the time. To a WSA Wendy's. Harveys or trade twenty, seven of the restaurants you just listed. For. And Burger. King Oh I'm totally on board with that. Fourteen Tim Hortons. Dude I'm serious military twelve of those fucking Burger King. I would be the same corporation for crazy. That's the best when you get Combo restaurants. Like the ones that are like half KFC Taco bell or half Wendy's have to Morton's those who love bomb. Those are the best when you're traveling. Oh I don't think there's a burger king one not not I've never seen one but same company they could do it but those happy have Tim Hortons those are great. Y'All I. Love Him. Absolutely, Love Them. The half Taco Bell. KFC, who doesn't want just like some popcorn chicken Burrito. God. I don't eat the KFC anymore I can't. I was there earlier today I know I. Know My boycott is very. Directly affecting them I. Know They care. Very much. For every little meal that Eric doesn't eat, I will eat to. You're Kinda crapping on my protests there but. I love Cassie talk for the Record Delic. Like my if I'm GonNa, go get that fried chicken thing I will go to KFC and get their chicken, but I will go to Mary Brown to get their fucking wedges. However, you don't have to double down yet. Still. Haven't had one. That's weird. DO THEY SAYS WEIRD I actually have not seen them advertised here in Milton. Milton. Yeah, so we might not have. The only I only ever saw them. The one time at Metrodome was the only place I could get them. Now the. Long on Lonsdale had one. I never went in there. I never went a guy that works there. That is amazing. He he he's just the way he does his job. It's just he he talks with people He. What does he call Do you need a sleeve savers instead of going them Napkins and everybody gets confused and I always giggle because I know what it means. But he's just he's all know something about the guy he's just really fucking funny. I. Just go in there for the company because guys fucking. Awesome. Accidentally got dropped off there by mistake or something I never went up Lonsdale that hill is way too fucking Steve for me to. Even, consider if that was the only KFC and never eat KFC again because there's nothing that me up that hill pass third. Oh. Man. Living on nineteenth and walking up to what's that bar Queens, the Queens something crotch. What's it going? That's it. That's it. We have you walk up there having a couple of beers and you go to walk down you're like Oh my God, I'm going to get the home in like eight seconds. Lean forward and gravity. Take you. CROTCH please they're the pitchers twenty six bucks or something. Yeah, the food was really good though. We ever afford it because the beer was fucking ridiculous. Yeah he didn't go there for sheep things I used to go there a lot because back when Wi fi was still a rare commodity. They had really good wi fi there. So I used to actually go there quite a bit to use their WIFI. That was back when they not everywhere had it like it was a rare thing. Only, very select places. Had IT. So you just don't order a pint and sit there all day. That's that's just that that was many many years ago but puppies the oldest animals. man. Nicholas. Nicholas Tesla. I've heard the name you've heard the name well. So, he didn't have a whole lot of money there most of his life. every like he himself was very, pretty much broke every penny he had and everything else went into his creations But one of the funny things was that he was a known for his he had done it a couple of times He was staying at a hotel and when his hotel bill was overdue. He ended up giving the people work there a box that contained a death beam. Gave them basically gave them fucking laser. He said, don't open the box because it's dangerous. But they actually kept the box they took it as payment and the hotel. Kept it. Jesus and the best thing is and they never did open it. It's always shed. Let's type was tesla gave us something they never to open it. But when it was rediscovered an opened years later, the only thing it contained was a bunch of old harmless electrical parts. Hoop flooding scammed him..

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"monty burns" Discussed on The Showtime Podcast with Lakers Legend Coop

The Showtime Podcast with Lakers Legend Coop

05:00 min | 1 year ago

"monty burns" Discussed on The Showtime Podcast with Lakers Legend Coop

"I mean it's just such high drama and it's. And the winning and you know I. It's a big shots in this particular second half i. mean the big shots and you know it was just A. And as you said you know. You love all your teammates I mean some guys spend more time with others, but it doesn't mean you love them any less. Yeah. You know what I'm saying and so to see LAD's Burger. Have a big game grabbed all that I don't think he made a basket. All Year and you come out and what? I don't remember how many what ten points six hundred twenty six points at. Monty Burns and. Jones crusher big Jim Jones. You play, you know. We all stepped up and and I think you know what I reflect on the most. is boarding the plane going back there. You know the night before was the big. Let down, and then you know. In. The plan was like coming out of the woodwork. Then you start talking and then you. You, airborne, and then you start getting excited you start, we start realizing. Hey, you know what number one they expect to lose, but it'd be more shots can play faster. And A. Lot of fun that night, so it was a good night for all of us. At one of the things I thought a lot about was our defensive. Assignments and our matchups were pretty much. Even the because we were all pretty much the same side, the only one that could switch norm, so it wasn't about big defensive schemes. It'll just about keeping them in front of him. Shooting jump shots right? Mr Mate running down the floor. That's excellent point two plus I think they got winded I think I don't think I don't think they were. They were ready for that Miami. We came out the box I think the first half. They said okay. You know they're you know they're playing over their heads and we'll get him. We played so fast that night. Those guys couldn't keep out wash sure. We're at the point time in my show that I like to call it the lightning round and I'm GonNa. Give you five names and tell me something about that person okay. Really telling be. Bill. Bill. Bill Walter. Give you the shirt off his back. Jerry West's. Brian Executive. Magic. Magic. Can..

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"monty burns" Discussed on The Daily Zeitgeist

The Daily Zeitgeist

05:53 min | 2 years ago

"monty burns" Discussed on The Daily Zeitgeist

"Guys it's bobby bones I host. Bobby bones show and pretty much always sleepy, because I wake up at three o'clock in the morning a couple hours later. I get all my friends together. We get into a room and we do a radio show. Wish our allies. We tell our stories. We try to find as much good in the world that we possibly can, and we look through the news of the day that you'll care about also your favorite country artists are always stop by the hang out and share their lives and music, too, so wake up with a bunch of my friends on ninety eight point seven W. Z Q in Washington dc or wherever the rotates you on the iheartradio APP. And we're back and. We're continuing to sort of follow the story of what happened all that P P money that money that was year marked for small businesses to protect the paychecks. Key people employees yeah, the PPA's paycheck, protection, program or payment plan. But. The idea is basically to keep. People employed by small businesses and there's a there's a really good case study recently in Popular it's about a guy named. What is it Monty? Monty yeah you know he's just a regular man of the people with the name Monte. Yeah. I mean look everyone named Monty I, think of old Monty Burns Burns I love Monty I love him. He's been a great supporter of the president. You know he owns three companies that basically work in the hospitality industry fucking does did to over two billion in revenue last year, just killing a game or twenty hotels, seven thousand fucking people employed, and then the pandemic hits cuts ninety five percent of his. His staff and still takes fucking PP money to the tune of ninety six million dollars now. Jesus! We keep hearing about this shit because there's like Ruth's Chris People like why the fuck are you taking this money or shake shack and a lot of companies were shamed into giving their money back because the thing that they don't talk about which is another reason why we absolutely need to get money out of politics. Politics is lobbyists help even craft this this kind of recovery legislation, and in this one they put in a nice little provision that says if you have a location that employs five hundred people are less. That's small business. So even if you are a massive company, you can apply for each location as a company or as an entity because they employ less than five hundred people and this man was using that exact. Exact you know loophole to collect ninety six million dollars and cut over ninety percent of his staff. Now that money is meant like we all said to keep. The whole reason is to keep people employed, so they're not going on unemployment than these small businesses can ask for subsidies from the government to absorb that hit and the government's like. Hey, if you spend seventy five percent of this money on payroll expenses. We then the debt will be forgiven. But based on everything. We're seeing from Monte. This dude just took the taking the cash and writing medium posts about Ha. Ha Like I was poor a long time ago. So fuck you all this money a yeah. Yeah I mean it's so if you spend seventy five percent of the money on paychecks. You don't have to pay back and he's like. Yeah, I'm not going to do that. Instead I'M GONNA fire ninety percent of my employees, and then pay out dividends to shareholders of preferred stock. Whatever the fuck that means it just means like basically finding a way to make rich people richer. Rather than taking that money from those dividends and putting it back into your fucking company, or we talked about like buyback. That were a big thing that we've talked about for a lot of the companies. I got tax cuts during the trump tax cut. That money should if you were. If you were worth a fuck, you'd put that money back in your business, you can keep people employed rather than being revenues down. If I cut this off, I can get ninety six million from the president and just pay back over two years. That's essentially doing now. The thing that's really fucking disgusting about all of this is this man goes to medium like every great thought. Leader does to defend their bullshit. In it really really sincere essay There's some really great excerpts that won't cap pulled out. What he's like one of the opening paragraphs talks about like why. This isn't like you know why. This bailout is fine, and this is what he says quote. Some politicians are too concerned. Whether proposed government programs help small businesses rather than big businesses or individuals instead of quote corporations. They seem terrified. They'll be accused of bailing out in industry or certain companies. Is it preferable for a large business like Marriott to lay off hundreds of thousands of workers, so we can say we helped only small businesses, interesting Okay, interesting point then he goes on to say well now. Let's mix in some xenophobia. This crisis was caused by either the purposeful or negligent actions. Actions of a semi haw style foreign nation. This is not a normal market. Condition goes on to say. Why is Washington protecting the Chinese? Why am I allowed to legally pursue an American? Citizen? Our company, but the Chinese government is off limits. Why does Washington care more about a communist regime than it does about its own citizens great trump tactic that he's using their and then fi like really great one to sum it up media concerns over our receipt of PD funds or misplaced. The program was specifically designed to help companies like ours as part of the national, Jekyll of shoring up businesses and getting people back to work, but you are not doing that..

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"monty burns" Discussed on Stuff To Blow Your Mind

Stuff To Blow Your Mind

10:44 min | 2 years ago

"monty burns" Discussed on Stuff To Blow Your Mind

"Curious how we we see the chopsticks emerging China and spread out from China but they don't independently emerge Elsewhere now as far as evidence that twigs were commonly used just snapped off branches and twigs were commonly used for Chopsticks Wang in his book sites literary evidence from the ancient world that it was common practice by say the third or fourth century BC to snap pieces off the lower branches of a tree and use them for chopsticks for example. He cites a passage from Z. Lived at three forty two to forty five BC enjoins e says this inservice illustrating and unrelated point. So he's just like sort of using an analogy here but he says if you look at a forest from the foot of a hill the bigger trees appear no taller than chopsticks and yet no one hoping to find chopsticks is to go picking among them. It is simply that the height obscures. Their natural dimensions. So he's not really talking about chopsticks in this passage but it just sort of makes passing reference to the fact that you might go quote picking Chopsticks so we have in this. An ancient tool in ancient Utensil for the preparation of food. The question then is how does it really leave the kitchen? How does it go from being just something that you use? In the production of food to becoming the primary means of consuming said food because for instance Many was used a ladle in the kitchen. You know or one of those. You know those deep seated spoons that are just for ladling out soup. You probably don't use one at the dinner table. You probably don't use it to drink soup. I eat with a spider stranger. But that's that's another temple. Yeah you could technically do it but you probably don't Speaking of soons spins in soup though Wang gets into this and he points out that the spoon was actually the most important eating implement for people in Ancient East and Southeast Asia. I can see that I mean the spoons going to be common to pretty much every culture. Right because it is essentially just a retaining receptacle. Yeah it can move pretty much any kind of food. You could eat steak with the spoon right. Yeah it's I actually if given the choice between a fork and a spoon. I rarely pick the fork right. I don't eat a lot of food that requires the stabbing phone anymore. So I'm more than happy with the spoon. Just give me the spoon I want to look at the the the anything I can do with the forking probably with the spoon and then of course I can do it. Even better with the chopsticks but But the spoon was the most important eating implement for for people in Ancient East and Southeast Asia. And this is backed up by both archaeological and textual. It's and there are many reasons some of these. We've just hit on here. Just the the ultimate practice practicality of the spoon but But something else that went points out. Is that from antiquity? Up to the tenth century millet was the dominant grain cereal in north China Korea and parts of Japan in this particular substances best cooked into a thick gruel. That demands the attention of spoons rather than any other form of Utensil in boiling key here because this was the age of boiling stews and soups. The this is what you ate chopsticks. They crept in is merely a supporting utensil. That you might use to store around the depths to grab a few things out of the depths of your Super Stu but for the most part you're going to have to depend on that spoon by the tenth century. Wang writes kwete becomes the primary grain. So you get wheat noodles. You get wheat dumplings and then chopsticks becoming str- extremely important because these are these. Make It far easier to manipulate those noodles or or dumplings. If you've ever tried to eat especially noodles with a spoon. But even a dumpling can become a a complete comedy of errors because dumpling. Continue to be a little slippery and you're trying to balance it on the spoon. No you're better off grabbing it with the chopsticks and then from the eleventh century onward. He writes that. Rice of course becomes increasingly popular and since Rice clumps chopsticks can be used to great effect with them and then and then in terms of boiling well by the third century. He writes that you. By this point you had cooking oils. Thanks to the millstone that That allows you to you. Know to break down the various seeds and whatnot that you're using to create that that frying oil. So yeah you don't have to boil all of your ingredients. You can fry them. And this means more reliance on bite-size ingredients rather than you know giant Mel. You know bones and meet. That are dropped in with your vegetables for the stew. Yeah and though of course not all say Chinese cooking is stir fries were familiar with the that is one. Common Feature of many Chinese recipes is Things you know. Not a big hunk of meat on the plate but things sliced into bite sized pieces and the other thing about bite size pieces is that they is that they cook faster. Yeah they require less fuel. This becomes more and more important Many commentators Touch upon as fuel becomes a an issue right Chinese civilization. There were points where suddenly like firewood is more expensive harder to come by. Yeah so what are you GonNa Cook? You're going GONNA cook a giant slab of meat. Are you GonNa Cook Little Slivers of meat? That have been prepared of course in the kitchen and then and then Then then fried up and you can manipulate with your chopsticks While they're cooking and then of course when it comes time to eat it is also the perfect implement To employ weighing also points out that in pre modern times chopsticks also cut down on the risk of germs in communal eating. Oh that's an interesting point so yes. People are say picking dumplings out of a share dish. You don't have to reach in there with your dirty hands. You can pluck them out precisely with chopsticks. Now it's important to note in all of this we again. We can't simply say that people created chopsticks in this age or did they begin to actually eat with them in another age. There's a lot of gradual change going on here and there are some notable ancient accounts Accounts or legends or myths. So what have you of eating with chopsticks? And that's where we have to To discuss the the lavish lifestyle of a King of the Shang Dynasty. He would have lived a ten seventy five through ten forty six BC. Okay take me there. Take me to this. Ancient Binge. He's best remembered as What's the term Party animal? Yeah definitely a party. Animal Real Bluto a real Pluto. Yeah He. He loved his His food loved the flesh. And and so we have to keep that in mind. That like how much of this is accurate. How much of this is an actual ruler? Who would who had a decadent lifestyle and how much of this is of course just attributed somebody who fell out of the good graces of history but so okay if he's if he's a party animal does he party with chopsticks he does. He was said to have always eaten with ornate pair of Ivory Chopsticks and he wouldn't. It was strongly stressed that he wouldn't eat out of just earthenware bowls like the rest of the people know. He would only eat from bowls of jade and Rhino Horn Rhino Horn. Now we've talked before on a different show on stuff to blow your mind about ancient beliefs concerning the powers of the Rhino Horn. Especially as it concerned people who were concerned with being poisoned like royalty right. Yeah and then jade of course also has magical properties in in Chinese tradition. So it makes sense that That he would only eat from these because they would've been a reputed to have some sort of focus on few food purification and poison prevention and Ivory Chopsticks would later go on to become a symbol of of decadent life and corrupt politics but it went far beyond that with With King Zhou. He said to have had his own quote alcohol pool and meet forest. They stole the name of my restaurant. I can't open it now. It does remind me of some of these more decadent Steak restaurants where they bring around like skewers of meat because this is described is essentially a lake of wine. And you would Boat around in with your concubines in your pals and is your boating around drinking the wine lake you would also plus cuts of meat from the roasting pillars that are around you a forest this is like a Satanic Charlie and the chocolate factory this unholy version of the chocolate rivers. He is also said to have delighted in eating quote the meat of longhaired buffaloes and unborn leopards. I have no comment on that. Well it's it's a decadent Diet to have you know only the the weirdest strangest. It's like Monty Burns on the simpsons wanting to to wear the the pelts of various exotic and endangered animals. My best. Yes chopstick etiquette time. We just gotTA HAVE THAT JUMP. In and invade. Whatever we were talking about right it will. It will probably upset most people if you're eating unborn leopards but also a point of etiquette here. Never Point your chopsticks at someone really. Yeah like if. You're you know brandishing them at the table you know. Keep them the keep the direction down toward the food This generally advised and also never stick your chopsticks up right in a bowl of rice. Is this a portent of death? Es I've heard that this is because Chopsticks set upright in a bowl of rice can resemble sticks of incense or chopsticks that are set up right in rice in funeral ceremonies. This makes this is. This is something that would be very easy to miss For say a Westerner traveling in China which you see it cited and a lot of travel books. Do not do this. This is an easy thing that you cannot do and save yourself some grief. I always wonder about that kind of stuff when you see Etiquette cited in books for travelers. Like is this a real rural or not? I feel like when you read those things. You've got to be reading some real common etiquette guidelines mixed in with things that people just made up. I guess it depends on the The Faux Pas there warning you against Because some of them are more widespread and more central to a given culture. Like I. I think of Various taboos concerning shoes Thailand. You know if you're seated so that your your shoes pointed against somebody or Or certainly any kind of situation where your your shoes or placed Saying been at an airport with other belongings but we need to save that for episode in the invention of shoes. At this point we should probably take a break and when we come back. We're going to discuss even more about the invention of chopsticks and just the spread.

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"monty burns" Discussed on Stuff To Blow Your Mind

Stuff To Blow Your Mind

04:30 min | 2 years ago

"monty burns" Discussed on Stuff To Blow Your Mind

"Of the Shang Dynasty, he would have lived a ten seventy five through ten forty six. Okay take me there. Take me to this ancient binge. He's best remembered as What's the term party animal? Yeah, definitely, a party animal real Bluto a real pluto. Yeah, he he loved his his food. Love the flesh, and and so we have to keep that in mind that like how much of this is accurate. How much of this is an actual ruler who would who had a decadent lifestyle? And how much of this is of course just attributed somebody who fell out of the good graces of history, but so okay if he's if he's a party animal. Does he party with chopsticks he does. He was said to have always eaten with ornate pair of Ivory Chopsticks. And he wouldn't. It was strongly stressed that he wouldn't eat out of just earthenware. Bowls like the rest of the people know he would only eat from bowls of jade and Rhino Horn Rhino Horn. Now we've talked before on a different show on stuff to blow your mind about ancient beliefs, concerning the powers of the Rhino Horn especially as it concerned people who were concerned with being poisoned like royalty right, yeah, and then jade of course also has magical properties in in Chinese tradition, so it makes sense that that he would only eat from these because they would've been a reputed to have some sort of. Focus on few food, purification and poison prevention. And Ivory Chopsticks would later go on to become a symbol of of decadent life and corrupt politics, but it went far beyond that with with King Zhou. He said to have had his own quote. Alcohol Pool and meet forest. Stole the name of my restaurant. I can't open it now. It does remind me of some of these more decadent steak restaurants where they bring around like skewers of meat, because this is described, is essentially a lake of wine, and you would boat around in with your concubines in your pals, and is your boating around drinking the Wine Lake, you would also plus cuts of meat from the roasting pillars that are around you a forest. This is like a Satanic Charlie and the chocolate factory. This unholy version of the chocolate rivers. He is also said to have delighted in eating quote. The meat of longhaired buffaloes and unborn leopards I have no comment on that. Well, it's it's a decadent diet to have you know only the the weirdest strangest. It's like Monty Burns on the simpsons wanting to to wear the the pelts of various exotic and endangered animals. My best yes. chopstick etiquette time. We just gotTa have that. Jump in and invade whatever we were talking about right it will. It will probably upset most people if you're eating unborn leopards, but also a point of etiquette here. Never Point your chopsticks at someone really yeah, like if you're you know brandishing them at the table, you know, keep them the keep the direction down toward the food this generally advised and also never stick. Stick your chopsticks up right in a bowl of rice is this is a portent of death. Es I've heard that this is because Chopsticks set upright in a bowl of rice can resemble sticks of incense or chopsticks that are set up right in rice in funeral ceremonies. This makes this is. This is something that would be very easy to miss for say a Westerner traveling in China. which is see, it cited and a lot of travel books do not do this. This is an easy thing that you cannot do and save yourself some grief. I always wonder about that kind of stuff when you see etiquette cited in books for travelers like. Is this a real rule or not? I feel like when you read those things you've got to be reading some real common etiquette guidelines mixed in with things that people just made up. I guess it depends on the The Faux Pas there warning you against because some of them are more widespread and more. Central to a given culture like I. I. Think of various taboos, concerning shoes Thailand. You know if you're seated so that your your shoes pointed against somebody or or certainly any kind of situation where your your shoes or placed saying been at an airport with other belongings, but we need to save that for episode in the invention of shoes. At this point we should probably take a break and when we come back, we're going to discuss even more about the invention of chopsticks, and just the spread.

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"monty burns" Discussed on The Daily Zeitgeist

The Daily Zeitgeist

07:33 min | 2 years ago

"monty burns" Discussed on The Daily Zeitgeist

"INFO and eligibility. And we're back and. We're continuing to follow the story of what happened all that. P P P money that money. That was a earmarked for small businesses to protect the PAYCHEX. Employees Yeah the PEOP-. paycheck protection programmer payment plan. But yeah, the idea is basically to keep. People employed by small businesses and there's a there's a really good case study a recently in a I. Guess Popular. It's about a guy named. What is it Monty? Monty, yeah, you know he's just a regular man of the people with the name Monte Yeah. I mean look everyone named Monty i. just think old Monty Burns. burns I love Monty. I love him. He's been a great supporter of the president. You know he owns three companies that basically work in the hospitality industry fucking does did to over two billion in revenue last year, just killing a game or twenty hotels seven thousand fucking people employed. Employed and then the pandemic hits cuts, ninety five percent of his staff, and still takes fucking P P P money to the tune of ninety six million dollars. Now, Jesus we've keep hearing about this shit because there's like Ruth's Chris People. Like why the fuck are you taking this money? You're shake shack and a lot of companies were shamed into giving their money back because the thing that they don't talk about which is another reason why we? We absolutely need to get money out of politics as lobbyists help, even craft this this kind of recovery legislation, and in this one they put in a nice little provision that says if you have a location that employs five hundred people are less. That's a small business. So even if you are a massive company, you can apply for each location as a company or as an entity because they employ less than five hundred people and this man. Man Monty was using that exact. You know loophole to collect ninety six million dollars and cut over ninety percent of his staff. Now that money is meant like we all said to keep. The whole reason is to keep people employed, so they're not going on unemployment than these small businesses can ask for subsidies from the government to absorb that hit and the government's like. Hey, if you spend seventy five percent of this money on like payroll expenses. We like then the debt will be forgiven. But based on everything we're seeing from Monte. This do just took the just taking the cash and writing medium posts about Ha. Ha Like I was poor a long time ago, so fuck y'all money, a yeah. Yeah, I mean it's so if you spend seventy five percent of the money on paychecks. You don't have to pay it back and he's like yeah. I'm not GONNA do that. Instead on a fire, ninety percent of my employees, and then pay out dividends to holders of preferred stock, whatever the fuck that means it just means like basically finding a way to make rich people richer. Rather than taking that money from those dividends and putting it back into your fucking company, or we talked about like buybacks that were a big thing that we've talked about for a lot of the companies. I got tax cuts during the trump tax cut. That money should if you were if you were worth of fuck, you'd put that money back in your business, you can keep people employed rather than being like well. The revenues down if I cut this off, then I can get ninety six million from the president. Just pay that back over two years. That's essentially what's doing now. The thing that's really fucking disgusting about all of this is this man goes to medium like every great thought. Leader does to defend their bullshit in an really really sincere essay There's some really great excerpts that one cat pulled out. What he's like one of the opening paragraphs talks about like why. This isn't like you know why. This bailout is fine, and this is what he says quote. Some politicians are too concerned. Whether proposed government programs help small businesses rather than quote, big businesses or individuals instead of quote corporations. They seem terrified. They'll be accused of bailing out in industry or certain companies. Is it preferable for a large business like Marriott to lay off hundreds of thousands of workers, so we can say we helped only small businesses interesting. okay, interesting point then he goes on to say will now let's mix some xenophobia. This crisis was caused by either the purposeful or negligent actions of a semi hostile foreign nation. This is not a normal market. Condition goes on to say. Why is Washington protecting the Chinese? Why am I allowed to legally pursue an American citizen? Her Company, but the Chinese government is off limits. WHY DOES WASHINGTON? Washington care more about a communist regime than it does about its own citizens great trump tactic that he's using their and then finally really great one to sum it up. Media concerns over our receipt of funds misplaced. The PGA program was specifically designed to help companies like ours as part of the national objective of shoring up businesses and getting people back to work, but you are not doing that. Right you taking the money hiring everyone ti money and using it as a low interest loan to you know just using it the wave. Really wealthy people use money to make more men for themselves makes me so mad. Let me so mad. Because my dad, he's a small business owner. He had to shut down all his stores. Obviously, it's like a clothing store. He has one store open cell's medical scrubs, and that's been a really important thing for like obviously people are. Washing their clothes more often because they're if they're working in the medical field, but he's been struggling a lot. He hasn't gone any financial help yet and. A lot of his employees like he's trying to pay them as much as he can. Because they a lot of them relied on that. PAYCHECK, but. The fact that people like this fucking. Awful person is like getting so much assistance when he doesn't and using it the wrong way. It makes so enraged because I did firsthand. How businesses are suffering? It's awful. This is class warfare. This is saying this is. Money should go to you to help you help your father help. Other small business owners because the thing is the government, and these wealthy people are exploiting our willingness to be humane to our fellow human to excuse their greed, and they know okay well if these people will take care of each other, because they don't have shit and they, they're already treating each other humanely I'm gonNA. Take this cash and fuck off and laugh my ass off to the bank while in my medium post, say actually I'm only getting seven hundred thousand dollars in. In my salary this year because I took a big pay, cut each shit. These are the fucking people that are stealing from us, and they laugh all the way to the fucking bank and I. Think you know it's I really hope that out of this. People Begin to see what these sort of manifestations are in our day to day lives when we're trying to help smaller, the little guy quote, unquote and we have the, but the system is set up for assholes like Monty to swoop in and pick up their ninety six million dollar, check and fire everybody. Yeah empathy, if any get, but the thing is they get away with it like that's what's enraging..

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"monty burns" Discussed on Progressive Talk 1350 AM

Progressive Talk 1350 AM

11:59 min | 3 years ago

"monty burns" Discussed on Progressive Talk 1350 AM

"There is evidence to suggest five thousand BC is a is a possibility for early archaeological evidence of chopsticks. The I've also read some of these bone sticks from this time. And earlier may also be interpreted is hairpins or or tools of another sort. This is often a problem with technology is. It's not quite so clear. What you're really looking at clear that an artifact is not naturally occurring. It was shaped in some way, but what was used for not always clear, because this is ultimately, one of the confounding things about chopsticks. Is that it is relatively simple concept. You don't need anything beyond Neolithic technology to pull it off. And yet you don't see it emerging independently in other cultures. You know, ultimately, you just don't see taking off everywhere. But it but it is a, it's a cultural difference, and you see similar cultural differences in tool. Use among chimpanzees for instance nothing. So grand is says chopstick usage. You find chimpanzees. Inventing the chopsticks, but you will see similar a similar situation in things that are unessential behavior. You do not have to invent the chopstick in order to eat, and survive and develop all the other technologies that the culture may develop, but the but, but it is curious how we see the sticks emerge in China and spread out from China. But they don't independently emerge elsewhere, now as far as evidence that twigs were commonly used just snapped off branches and twigs commonly used for chopsticks Wang in his book sites literary evidence from the ancient world that it was common practice by the third or fourth century BC to snap pieces off the lower branches of a tree, and use them for chopsticks. For example, he cites a passage from Z who lived three forty two to forty five BC. And in John's e says this inservice of illustrating and unrelated point. So he's just like sort of using analogy here. But he says, if you look up at a forest from the foot of a hill, the bigger tree appear, no taller than chopsticks and yet. No one hoping to find chopsticks is likely to go picking among them. It is simply that the height obscures their natural dimensions. So he's not really talking about chopsticks in this passage, but it just sort of makes passing reference to the fact that you might go, quote, picking chopsticks. So we have in an ancient tool an ancient utensil for the preparation of food. The question then is how does it really leave the kitchen? How does it go from being just something that you use in the production of food to becoming the primary means of consuming said food because, for instance, you many was use a ladle in the kitchen, you know, or one of those deep-seated spoons that are that are just relating? Sup-. You probably don't use one at the dinner table. You probably don't use it to drink soup with a spider, straighter. Yeah. You could technically do it, but you probably don't. Speaking of soons spins in soup, though, Wayne gets into this, and he points out that the spoon was actually be most important eating implement for people in ancient east and southeast Asia can see that. I mean the spoons going to be common to pretty much every culture. Right. Because it is essentially just a retaining receptacle can move pretty much any kind of food. You could eat steak with the spoon, right? Yeah. It's actually if given the choice between a fork and spoon. I rarely pick the fork. I don't eat a lot of food that requires the stabbing four Kenny more. So I'm more than happy with the spoon. Just give me the spoon. I don't even want to look at the fourth of the anything I can do with the forecast, probably the spoon. And then, of course, I can do it even better the chopsticks, but the spoon was the most important eating implement for people in ancient east and southeast Asia. And this is backed up by both archaeological and text. Jewel accounts. And there are many reasons some of these with just hit on here, just the the ultimate practice the practicality of the spoon. But, but something else that Wang points out is that from antiquated up to the tenth century millet was the dominant grain cereal in north China Korea and parts of Japan, in this particular substances, best cooked into thick gruel that do the demands the attention of spoons rather than any other form of ten sle in boiling is key here because this was the age of boiling stews and soups, the this is what you ate chopsticks. They crept in is merely a supporting utensil that you might use to stir around the deaths to grab a few things out of the depths of your super Stu. But for the most part, you're gonna have to depend on it. Spoon by the century Wang writes wheat becomes the primary grain wheat noodles, wheat dumplings, and then chopsticks becoming streak streak important. Because these are these make it far. Easier to manipulate those noodles or were dumplings, if you've ever tried to eat especially noodles with a spoon, but even dumpling can become a complete comedy of errors if you're because dumpling contend to be a little slippery, and you're trying to balance it on the spoon. No, you better off grabbing it with the chopsticks and then from the eleventh century onward. He writes it rice, of course, becomes increasingly popular and since rice, clumps chopsticks can be used to great effect with them. Oh, yeah. And then and then in terms of boiling by the third century, he writes, that you point, you had cooking oils. Thanks to the millstone that, that allows you to break down the various seeds and whatnot that you're using to create that, that frying oil. So, yeah. You don't have to boil all of your ingredients. You can fry them in this means more reliance on bite-size ingredients rather than, you know, giant, you know, bones than meet that are dropped in with your vegetables for the stew. Yeah. And though, of course, not all say Chinese cooking is stir fries were familiar with whatever that is one common feature of many Chinese recipes is things. You know, not a big hunk of meat on the plate, but things sliced into bite sized pieces. And the other thing about bite size pieces is that they cook faster. They require less fuel this becomes more and more important, many commentators touch upon as as fuel becomes an issue, right? In Chinese civilization. There were points where suddenly like firewood is more expensive harder to come by. Yeah. So what are you going to cook? You're gonna cook a giant slab of meat or you're gonna cook little slivers of meat that have been prepared, of course, in the kitchen in fried up, and you can manipulate them with your sticks, while they're cooking. And then, of course when it comes time to eat. It is also the perfect implement to employ weighing also points out that in pre modern times. Chopsticks also cut down on the risk of germs in communal eating. Oh, that's an interesting point. So, yeah, people are say, picking dumplings out of a shared dish. You don't have to reach in there with you dirty hands. You can pluck them out precisely with chopsticks now. It's important to note in all of this, we again, we can't simply say that people created chopsticks in this age or do they begin to actually eat with them in another age. There's a lot of gradual change going on here and there are some notable ancient accounts of accounts or legends or myths. So what have you of eating with? Chopsticks. And that's what we have to discuss the lavish lifestyle of king Zhou of the Shang dynasty. He would have lived ten seventy five ten forty six BC, okay. Taking their take me to this ancient binge. He's best remembered as what's the term party animal, definitely a party animal real ah Bluto a real. Yeah. He he loved his, his food. He loves the flesh. And, and so we have to keep that in mind that, like how much of this is accurate. How much of this isn't as an actual ruler, who would decadent lifestyle and how much of this is, of course, just attributed to somebody who fell out of the good graces of history. But so okay if he's if he's a party animal Z party with chopsticks he does. He was said to have always eaten with an ornate pair of ivory chopstick glow. And he wouldn't it was, it was strongly stressed that he wouldn't eat out of just earthenware bowls. Like the rest of the people know, he would only eat from bowls of Jade, and rhino. Horn rhino horn. Now we've talked before on different show on stuff to blow your mind about ancient beliefs concerning the powers of the rhino horn, especially as it concerned, people who were concerned with being poisoned, like royalty, right. Yeah. And then j, of course, also has magical properties in in Chinese tradition. So. It makes sense that, that he would only eat from these because they would have been reputed to have some sort of focus on few food purification poison prevention, chopsticks would later go on to become a symbol of decadent life and corrupt politics. But it went far beyond that with, with king. Joe, he said to have had his own, quote, alcohol pool and meet forest. Still, the name of my restaurant. I can't open it, now it does remind me of some of these more decadent steak restaurants where they bring around like skewers of meat, because this is described as a centrally a lake of wine, and you would vote around in, you know, with your concubines in, in your pals, and as your boating around drinking from the wine lake you would also cuts of meat from the roasting pillars that are around you like a forest, this is like a satanic, Charlie and the chocolate factory. This like unholy version of the chocolate rivers. He is also said to have delighted in eating quote, the meat of longhaired buffaloes and unborn leopards. I have no comment on that decadent diet to have, you know, only the, the weirdest strangest it's like Monty burns on the Simpsons wanting to, to wear the, the pelts of various exotic and endangered animals. Oh, yes. My best. Yes. Chopstick etiquette time. We just gotta have that jump in and invade whatever we were talking about, right? Just it will properly upset, most people if you're eating unborn leopards, but also a point of etiquette here. Never point your sticks at someone really. If you're brandishing them at the table, you know, keep the keep the direction down toward the food this generally advised. And also never stick your chopsticks upright. In a bowl of rice is this is a portent of death. Yes, I've heard that this is because chopsticks upright in a bowl of rice, can resemble, sticks of incense, or chopsticks that are set up right in rice in funeral ceremony? Oh, this makes this. This is something that would be very easy to miss for say, a westerner traveling in China, which is why you see it cited and a lot of travel books, not do this. This is an easy thing that you cannot do and save yourself some grief. I always wonder about that kind of stuff when you see etiquette cited in books. For travelers like is this a real rule or not? I feel like when you read those things you've got to be reading some real common etiquette guidelines mixed in with things that people just made up. Well, I guess it depends on the, the faux pas there warning against because some of them are more widespread and more central to a given culture. Like, I think of various taboos concerning shoes Thailand, if you're seated so that your, your shoes pointed against somebody or, or certainly any kind of situation where your shoes or placed saying been at an airport with other belongings that we need to save that for episode in the invention of shoes. Seventy.

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"monty burns" Discussed on Progressive Talk 1350 AM

Progressive Talk 1350 AM

11:41 min | 3 years ago

"monty burns" Discussed on Progressive Talk 1350 AM

"Now, obviously, if you're looking for ancient artifacts, ancient evidence of chopsticks, just standard twigs aren't gonna stick around very well. Right. So you'd you'd be looking probably for chopsticks or indications that chopsticks were made out of other materials. Right. So, for instance, you will find like bronze chopsticks or what are believed to be chopsticks in the tombs of the of the ruins of yin in Henan province in central China because essentially what we're talking about here is a Neolithic invention. Like you say, the, the twigs are not going to stick around. There is evidence suggest five thousand BC is a is a possibility for early archaeological evidence of chopsticks, the also read the some of these bone sticks from this time, and earlier may also be interpreted as hairpins or, or tools of another sort. But this is often a problem with technology is. It's not quite so clear. What you're really looking at it might be clear that an artifact is not naturally occurring. It was shaped in some way, but what was used for not always clear, because this is ultimately, one of the confounding things about chopsticks. Is that it is relatively simple concept. You don't need anything beyond Neolithic technology to pull it off. And yet you don't see it emerging independently in other cultures. You know, ultimately, you just don't see it taking off everywhere. But it but it is a, it's a cultural difference, and you see similar cultural differences in tool. Use among chimpanzees for instance nothing so grand is as chopstick usage. You will not find chimpanzees inventing the chopsticks, but you will see similar a similar situation in things that are essential behavior. You do not have to invent the chopstick in order to eat, and survive and develop all the other technologies that the culture may develop, but the but, but it is curious how we see the chopsticks emerge in China and spread out from China. But they don't independently emerge elsewhere, now as far as evidence that twigs were commonly used just snapped off branches and twigs were commonly used for chopsticks Wang in his book, sites literary evidence from the ancient world, that it was common practice by the third or fourth century BC to snap pieces off the lower branches of a tree, and use them for chopsticks. For example, he cites a passage from Z who lived at three forty two to forty five VCE in June. Z says this inservice illustrating and unrelated point. So he's just like sort of using analogy here. But he says, if you look up at a forest, from the foot of a hill, the bigger trees appear, no taller than chopsticks, and yet. No one hoping to find chopsticks is likely to go picking among them. It is simply that the height obscures their natural dimensions. So he's not really talking about chopsticks in this passage, but it just sort of makes passing reference to the fact that you might go, quote, picking chopsticks. So we have in this. An ancient tool in ancient utensil for the preparation of food. The question then is how does it really leave the kitchen? How does it go from being just something that you use in the production of food to becoming the primary means of consuming said food because, for instance, you many was used a ladle in the kitchen, you know, or one of those deep seated spoons that are just relating out soup. You probably don't use one at the dinner table. You probably don't use it to drink soup. I eat with a spider stranger. But that's just another full. Yeah, you could technically do it, but you probably don't. Speaking of soons spoons in soup, though, Wayne gets into this, and he points out that the spoon was actually being most important eating implement for people in ancient east and southeast Asia. I can see that. I mean the spoons going to be common to pretty much every culture. Right. Because it is essentially just a retaining receptacle can move pretty much any kind of food. You could eat steak with the spoon, right? Yeah. It's I actually if given the choice between a fork and a spoon. I rarely pick the fork, right? I don't eat a lot of food that requires the stabbing four Kenny more. So I'm more than happy with the spoon. Just give me the spoon. I, I don't even want to look at the fourth anything I can do with the forking probably do the spoon. And then, of course, I can do it even better, the chopsticks. But, but the spoon was the most important eating implement for people in ancient east and southeast Asia. And this is backed up by both archaeological and textual accounts. And there are many reasons some of these just hit on here, just the the ultimate practice the practicality of the spoon. But, but something else that weighing points out, is that from an tick witty up to the tenth century millet was the dominant grain cereal in north China Korea and. Parts of Japan, in this particular substances, best cooked into thick gruel that demands the attention of spoons rather than any other form of utensil boiling is key here because this was the age of boiling stews and soups, the this is what you ate chopsticks crept in is merely a supporting utensil that you might use to store around the debts to grab a few things out of the depths of your super Stu. But for the most part, you're going to have to depend on spoon by the century Wang writes wheat becomes the primary grain. So you get wheat noodles, you get wheat dumplings, and then chopsticks becoming streak streak important, because these are these make it far easier to manipulate those noodles or were dumplings, if you've ever tried to eat especially noodles with a spoon, but even a dumpling can become a complete comedy of errors, if you're because dumpling contend to be a little slippery, and you're trying to like balance it on the spoon. No, you're better off grabbing it with the chopsticks. And then from the eleventh. Century onward. He writes it rice, of course, becomes increasingly popular incense rice. Clumps chopsticks can be used to great effect with them. Oh, yeah. And then and then in terms of boiling by the third century, he writes, that you by point you head cooking oils. Thanks to the millstone that, that allows you to, you know, to break down the various seeds and whatnot that you're using to create that, that frying oil. So yeah, you don't have to boil all of your ingredients. You can fry them in this means more reliance on bite-size ingredients rather than, you know, giant bones than meet that are dropped in with your vegetables for the stew. Yeah. And though, of course, not all say, Chinese cooking is the stir fries were familiar with whatever that is one common feature of many Chinese recipes is things. You know, not a big hunk of meat on the plate, but things sliced into bite sized pieces. And the other thing about bite size pieces is that they the cook faster they require less fuel, this becomes more and more important, many commentators, a touch upon as, as fuel becomes an issue, right? In Chinese civilization. There were points where suddenly like firewood is more expensive harder to come by. So what are you going to cook? You're gonna cook a giant slab of meat or you're gonna cook little slivers of meat that have been prepared, of course, in the kitchen in fried up, and you can manipulate them with your chopsticks while they're cooking. Of course when it comes time to eat. It is also the perfect implement to employ weighing also points out that in pre modern times chopsticks also cut down on the risk of germs in communal eating. Oh, that's an interesting point. Yeah. People are say, picking dumplings out of a shared dish. You don't have to reach in there with your hands. You can pluck them out precisely with chopsticks now. It's important to note in all of this, we again, we can't simply say that people created chopsticks in this age or did they begin to actually eat with them in another age. There's a lot of gradual change going on here and there are some notable ancient accounts of accounts or legends or myths. So what have you of eating with? Chopsticks. And that's what we have to discuss the lavish lifestyle of king Zhou of the Shung dynasty. He would have lived at ten. Seventy five ten forty six BC. Okay. Take me there take me to this ancient binge. He's best remembered as what's the term party animal. Yeah. Definitely a party animal real of Ludo a real. Oh, yeah. He he loved his, his food. He loved the flesh. And, and so we have to keep that in mind that, like how much of this is accurate. How much of this isn't as an actual ruler who would who had a decadent lifestyle, and how much of this is, of course, just attributed to somebody who fell out of the good graces of history. But so okay if he's if he's a party animal does he party with chopsticks. He does he was said, to have always eaten with an ornate pair of ivory chopsticks low, and he wouldn't it was, it was strongly stressed that he wouldn't eat out of just earth and wear bowls like the rest of the people know, he would only eat from both. Goals of Jade, and rhino. Horn rhino horn. Now we've talked before on different show on stuff to blow your mind about ancient beliefs concerning the powers of the rhino horn, especially as it concerned, people who were concerned with being poisoned, like royalty, right. Yeah. And then Jade, of course, also has magical properties in in Chinese tradition. So it makes sense that, that he would only eat from these because they would have been reputed to have some sort of focused on few food, purification and poison prevention in ivory, chopsticks would later go on to become a symbol of decadent life and corrupt politics. But it went far beyond that with with king, Joe, he said to have had his own, quote, alcohol pool and meet forest. Still, the name of my restaurant. I can't open it, now it does remind me of some of these more decadent steak restaurants where they bring around like skewers of meat, because this is described as a centrally a lake of wine, and you would vote around in, you know, with your concubines, and in, in your pals, and as your boating around drinking from the wine lake you would also cuts of meat from the roasting pillars that are around you like a forest, this is like a satanic, Charlie and the chocolate factory. This like unholy version of the chocolate rivers. He is also said to have delighted in eating quote, the meat of longhaired buffaloes and unborn leopards. I have no comment on that. Oh, it's a decadent diet to have, you know, only the, the weirdest strangest this like Monty burns on the Simpsons wanting to, to wear the, the pelts of various exotic and endangered animals. See my vest. Yes. Yes. Chopstick etiquette time. That jump in and invade whatever we were talking about, right. Just it will properly upset, most people if you're eating unborn leopards, but also a point of etiquette here. Never point your chopsticks at someone. Really? Yeah. Like, if you're, you know, brandishing them at the table, you know, keep the keep the direction down toward the food this generally advised. And also never stick your chopsticks upright. In a bowl of rice is this is a portent of death. Yes, I've heard that this is because chopsticks upright in a bowl of rice, can resemble, sticks of incense, or chopsticks that are set up right in rice in funeral ceremony? Oh, this makes this is this is something that would be very easy to miss for a say, a westerner traveling in China, which is why you see it cited and a lot of travel books do this..

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"monty burns" Discussed on 710 WOR

710 WOR

02:41 min | 3 years ago

"monty burns" Discussed on 710 WOR

"I'm going with this. So no, it's your favorite time. More of tonight with Joe Gotcha. And least wheel. So you get this impish look on your face. You look about twelve years old when you play that bump, well, twelve was a great year. Great year, you're kind of getting in your own. Yeah. You're you're you're you play a little league. But you're still in the same field you played on your eight. So you kind of dominating at that point. But the point is that Alexandria, Casio Cortez. She is a superstar New York. Freshman lawmaker suggested she would alert progressive activists when Democrats are voting with the GOP on these motions different sort of motions just to get things passed perhaps compromise type of thing. Like, I don't know criminal Justice reform. So as saying that if she were in office when criminal Justice reform was passed by Democrats Republicans signed by President Trump that she would say, Nope. You cannot vote with these people because they are the enemy. That's. I don't know. I don't think that she was elected to go there to not compromise in any capacity. Some of the great lawmakers we've ever had if compromise Reagan with tip O'Neill Clinton with Newt Gingrich. You want to go down the list? That's how it works. You gotta give a little to get a little not in her world though alert, I guess is different than saying don't do it. But it's pretty much the same thing. It's sort of intimidating to say, I'm alerting. Yeah. No learning means and release the hounds as Monty burns one said, and she has an army believe me when she's been criticized before particularly in social media, forget it and progressive like the far left media loves her really thinks that you know, what you gotta be radical. And she's the type of person that we we've been screaming for this sort of changed for so long. And now, we got someone who's willing to fight and Trump are very very similar in this regard. They're both excellent at social media, and branding, and they are significantly more accomplished at punching and counterpunching the most other politicians, they're both. Fearless. They're both one eighty s in terms of the world view on things. But that's what they have in common. They've got that brand way to do it. Yeah. Branding way. Yeah. Yeah. Branding and bartending. Now, I don't think Trump has ever bartended, I guess bartended once in the Upper West side. But AFC bartenders in McDonalds. Yes. Just two years ago this right? And she says that her bartending helped her cross examine Michael Cohen. So when I first saw did she get him drunk in that got him to talk a little liquid courage. I don't think that's what she meant works for me. But this is the second part of now.

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"monty burns" Discussed on 710 WOR

710 WOR

02:35 min | 3 years ago

"monty burns" Discussed on 710 WOR

"Tonight with Joe Caccia and lease wheel. So you get this impish look on your face. You look about twelve years old, and you play that bump, well, twelve is a great year. Yeah. You're kind of getting in your own. Yeah. You're you're you're you play a little league. But you're still in the same field you played on your eight. So you're kinda dominating at that point. But the point is that Alexandria, Cossio Cortez. She is a superstar New York. Freshman lawmaker suggested she would alert progressive activists when Democrats are voting with the GOP on these motions different sort emotions just to get things passed perhaps compromise type of thing. Like, I don't know criminal Justice reform. So as AOC saying that if she were in office when criminal Justice reform was passed by Democrats Republicans signed by President Trump that she would say, Nope. You cannot vote with these people because they are the enemy. That's I don't know. I don't think that she was elected to go there to not compromise in any capacity. Some of the great lawmakers we've ever had if compromised Reagan. With tip O'Neill Clinton with Newt Gingrich. You want to go down the list? That's how it works. You gotta give a little to get a little not in her world alert. I guess is different than saying don't do it. But it's pretty much the same thing. It's sort of intimidating to say, I'm alerting. Yeah. No learning means down Hal. As Monty burns one said, and she has an army believe me when she's been criticized before particularly in social media forget and progressive like, the far left media loves her really thinks that you know, what you gotta be radical. And she's the type of person that we we've been screaming for this sort of change for so long. And now, we got someone who's willing to fight and Trump are very very similar in this regard. They're both excellent at social media, and branding, and they are significantly more accomplished at punching and counterpunching the most other politicians, they're both. Fearless. They're both one eighty s in terms of their world view on things. But that's what they have in common. They've got that brand way to do it. Yeah. Branding, branding and bartending. Now, I don't think Trump has ever bartended, I guess bartended once in the Upper West side. Bartenders in McDonalds. Right. And she says that her bartending helped her cross examine Michael Cohen. So I I saw like did she get him drunk in that got him to talk a little liquid courage? I don't think that's what she meant works for me. But this is the second part of now.

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710 WOR

02:34 min | 3 years ago

"monty burns" Discussed on 710 WOR

"Is one of the most insanely idiotic things. I've ever heard at no point in your rambling. Incoherent response. Were you even close to anything that could be considered a rational thought everyone in this room is now dumber for having listened to it? I warned you know points, and may God have mercy on your soul may God. Have mercy on your soul is from an NYU professor economics, professor named Billy Madison. No. That's not true. It's from the movie Julie medicine, but we'll be playing that clip a lot for those of you who don't know us her just tuning in for the first time get used to those call us at one eight hundred three to one zero seven ten and set contract. Don't know something right. Tell me what your favorite movie quotes are. And if I should have those on the show summer very short, for instance, I could do that all day. No, please, please. We don't want that all day. Okay. Monty burns one of my favorite characters of all time from the Senate to hear from him. I'm sure they'll keep you. And sweet. Family religion friendship. These are the three demons you must slay wished to succeed in business. When opportunity knocks you don't want to be driving to the maternity hospital or sitting in some phony baloney chick. Sydney, Google Google. That is the exact opposite of AO say if Monty burns ran I'd vote for that guy. You. I've seen. China near. I you would you know what I watched that in college. I mean that show is huge in the nineties. It was on Thursday nights on FOX. And at that point. You're just taken off for the weekend. Thursday night. You're done in college. Oh, yeah. Yeah. We've done a Wednesday night. Now once it was the one night. You didn't go out Mondays they had quarter pitcher night at a place called the seller. This is at the university of Maryland, Tuesday nights dollar Bud Light night at Santa Fe also in college park. And then Thursday was Thursday. So Wednesday was basically your only night off. But before we went out, we'd watch Simpsons. And then Seinfeld was on that night. Cheers was on that night. And was just you know, it was the bomb. It was more fun in college studying you think yeah, you weren't weren't you? Anyway, when we come back Amy klobuchar who was running for the democratic nomination. One of twelve candidates to announce apparently doesn't treat her staff to well as in Leona Helmsley, don't treat your staff to well. We'll tell you why her campaign maybe over before it begins. That's next on seven ten W O R party city.