35 Burst results for "One Guy"

Joe Concha: There Are More Books Coming out About Trump Than Biden

The Dan Bongino Show

01:28 min | 12 hrs ago

Joe Concha: There Are More Books Coming out About Trump Than Biden

"We're talking about when you include gotta ways not just the people that were encountering and then we're counting but all the people that were not We are approaching now the entire population of frigging Ireland 5 million people coming into this country in the first two years It goes through those three and then education I got a first and a third grader I'm all for parents rights not for teachers unions dictating that my kid in first grade and I have a first and a third grader First graders being taught about gender identification sexual orientation I don't hear the president saying one thing about that So I go down the list and I can't find anything that this president has done right and trust me I'm an objective guy I voted for Bill Clinton in 1996 when I was a young man because the economy was good and he liked to balance budget and he said that you're a big government's over All right good enough for me That doll guy looks old I'll vote for Bill Clinton So I can be objective But here in looking at it through sober eyes and lucid eyes I don't see it By the way you bought up Maggie haberman before And this is interesting This is the start of the year because this goes back to our media conversation Over the next 5 weeks there are 15 books coming out about the president The problem is that president is Trump That is what they're focusing on And you're talking to the one guy who wrote about Joe Biden in the past 9 months as far as having resembling a major name That's the thing 15 to one not one person can analyze and write about this president scrutinize the current guy in power No of course they can't do that They serve at the pleasure of the Democratic Party

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The Media Ignores News Stories if There's No Political Purpose

The Officer Tatum Show

01:59 min | 1 d ago

The Media Ignores News Stories if There's No Political Purpose

"Although I'm open to believing that this is a white kid that shot up people on a football field or the white kids. But I just find it interesting that they never talk about the race. And they can bring up race in every other scenario and point the finger at certain things, but then you see that an absent when it comes to certain shooting incidents. And because they don't want you to know that there's other things that are going on out here. I almost would imagine and I could be wrong. I could be wrong. I want to imagine that this probably was a situation involving young black kids. Therefore, they don't talk about it. They don't make a big deal about it. It doesn't make the headlines nothing but one news cycle in is over and nobody talks about the race. Nobody talks about the victims. They don't even give them any attention. But it's like if they knew that this was a white kid, shooting black kids, or they knew this was white on white violence, they have an agenda to push gun laws and everything else. But if they don't have a political push to it, they typically don't talk about it. They don't bring it up. They don't make it a big deal. I think that this is incredibly sad that a 14 year old boy got killed. Is that not worth more news attention than George Floyd? I was just throwing it out there. A 14 year old boy playing football, he gets gunned down murdered. As he's walking off of the football field, and multiple other black boys get shot between the age of 14 and 17, get shot, they're laying and they laying on the football field. After multiple gunshot wounds, one guy got grazed, a one kid was grazed, but the other ones were rushed to the hospital, and went he had died. Is that not more outrageous to your mind that young 14 year old boy was murdered? They didn't do nothing wrong. They own a football field. They just got finished with a scrimmage. And they get shot to death.

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North Dakota Liberal Runs Over a Republican

The Officer Tatum Show

01:35 min | Last week

North Dakota Liberal Runs Over a Republican

"And we know that Joe Biden has come out and expressed himself in a very deranged way in a very divisive way to say that maggots supporters are violent mega supporters or dangers to democracy. Even though we are in a constitutional republic and just espousing these things that make people believe, especially if they're willing to fall for it to believe that anybody that support Donald Trump is somehow a maga extremist. And we don't know how the details in this situation have happened in North Dakota, but it appears that there was a confrontation between a young 18 year old man, his name was, I don't know if his Kyler, if he say Kyler or Kayla, Ellington, so kaylor ellingson, 18 years old, in a 41 year old man. I'm not going to say his name because he's a piece of work. But there is a conflict between the two of them. It seems like it was a political issue that they disagreed upon. Now one guy's in a vehicle and another guy is obviously not in a vehicle. So you can already tell how this became a very traumatic situation. And according to reports, the 18 year old boy actually called his mother and asked her for help because the 41 year old man was trying to mow him down over that political disagreement. Now, it appears that there was a march or something that had gone on, the reason why these two individuals end up being in a very similar place. However, a political disagreement should not lead to you running over and killing somebody.

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Mike Lindell Explains What Happened Outside a Hardee's in Minnesota

The Eric Metaxas Show

02:28 min | 2 weeks ago

Mike Lindell Explains What Happened Outside a Hardee's in Minnesota

"What in the world are we to make of the evil that is happening in this country what happened to you yesterday? I can not figure it out. It's pure evil, Eric and you know, here I am. I get up at four in the morning. I get a break, so I'm gonna run down for a half a day with my friend to go duck hunt in Iowa. I'm coming back from Iowa after we got 9 ducks. We come back. We stop halfway halfway back. It's a two and a half hour drive to Iowa from where my office is. And we're coming back halfway and we wanted to get something to eat in Mankato Minnesota incidentally where I was born. And we pull into a hardee's in a drive-through and we go to order our food and she says, can you pull ahead, we have to bring the rest out to you. Can we pull ahead in a car comes in perpendicular and stops in front, right in front of us like this, almost like a T and I said to my friend, he said, there's something weird about that. Look at the guy, but he wasn't looking at her, looking at us. He was just kind of parked, staring straight ahead. Then another vehicle came parked up to our right and one came flying up the drive-through and boxed us in. And I said to my friend, these are these could be some bad guys. And I said, and I opened the door and I go, who are you guys? And the one guy says we're FBI. I said, I want to see badges. And they all showed their badges, and I said, what do you want? You know, we just want to ask you questions. Okay, so I pulled over and pulled the car out of the way out of the drive-through, and they opened my door and they all came up. There was three guys in a gall, all federal FBI and cursed my Friends kind of going, what's going on? What's going on? I go, I go, you know, can he eat his food or whatever, and the guy says, the FBI went over by him. Well, then they started asking me questions. And I started saying, okay, so let me get this straight. I said, you guys are, it seems pretty pretty coincidental here. That because I reached out for cast vote records for the whole United States, and all the media was all getting the word was getting out about these cast vote records that show 97% of all the machines in this country were manipulated in the 2020 election. This just was breaking news last week, but the media didn't know what to do with it

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Mike Lindell Describes the Sting Operation at a Minnesota Hardee's

The Charlie Kirk Show

01:46 min | 2 weeks ago

Mike Lindell Describes the Sting Operation at a Minnesota Hardee's

"Mike lindell, welcome back to the program. Thanks for having me on Charlie. It's been a couple of days. So Mike walk us through exactly what was happening. You were going duck hunting, I understand. You went to potato, Minnesota, great place. And you went to a hardee's and then what happened? Yeah, well, as we were actually coming back from our Doc hunting, we went, there was a two and a half hour shrimp. We were halfway back and we decided to go into a hardee's drive-through and the gal said, hey, I'll bring your food out to you. So we pulled ahead a little. And next thing I know, a car pulls perpendicular, like in the front of us, and I look at the driveway, I go, that's weird. I mean, I could still kind of go around them. And then all of a sudden, another car pulls up to our right and boxes us in, then I watch one flying up the to go, the lane there and flies up right behind me. Now I'm completely boxed in and I said to my friend, I go, I think we got some bad guys here. I mean, obviously they're all plain clothes and I did not know that their FBI at the time while I opened my door up and I said, who are you guys? And the one guy steps out, he says, we're FBI, so I want to see your badge. And then the other one, I want to see your badge. See their badges, but I could see them from afar and I said, what do you want? And they said, we want to talk to you. And I said, okay. And we pulled over to the right a little bit. And they all came there was three guys and a gal that I seen for sure that we're with them. They were both Minnesota FBI. I believe in Denver, Colorado, FBI, so they had two different parts of FBI there. And he started asking me questions. I said, are you going to arrest me? Did I do anything wrong? No, no, no, no. We're not here to arrest you.

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Debra Burlingame: The Left Loves Using Clemency to Pander

Mark Levin

01:46 min | 2 weeks ago

Debra Burlingame: The Left Loves Using Clemency to Pander

"What do you make of these negotiations for crying out loud Well what I think is happening is they simply they want to end this They want to they want to take it off the table They wanted that from day one But it's something that is I think characteristic of what the Democrat party is become And at least our Democrat leaders they love giving clemency as sort of a pan to the left They did it with the weather underground people They did it with the FAL which engaged in something like a 146 bombings killing Americans cops they blinded to bomb squad comps They pulled up all these things They were all given clemency by the Clinton administration Even Carter let off the Puerto Rican nationalists who opened fire on the Senate you know shooting 5 senators one guy got shot in the chest He gave him clemency They've been sentenced to 75 years So I just think this is it's a weakening our country but when it comes to 9 11 that is beyond the pale Mark we lost 3000 people We sent our men young men and women to war 7000 people have died in the war on terror That's military Tens of thousands have been maimed loss of limbs undergone unbelievable hardships from their wounds We can't treat that as a nothing

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Joe Biden Wants to Focus on MAGA Republicans Instead of Mass Murderers

Mark Levin

00:59 sec | 2 weeks ago

Joe Biden Wants to Focus on MAGA Republicans Instead of Mass Murderers

"With a mass murder Memphis In one day and night By one guy walking around laughing it up shouldn't be out on the street should never have been out on the street Live streaming one of his murders And Joe Biden's running around talking about semi fascist Republicans Semi fascist maga While murder and mayhem goes on in the cities that the Democrat party runs Prosecutor's offices run by elected Democrats Judges who stand for the criminal not for the victim and the citizenry Democrats Democrats

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The Moral Code of the Left

Dennis Prager Podcasts

00:52 sec | 2 weeks ago

The Moral Code of the Left

"It is very difficult to know how this divide between morons, who have no intellectual honesty, and the rest of the country can ever be fixed. Given that colleges intend to produce morons of the left, so it's quite remarkable. One guy in all of this because people who love truth don't go to mediaite. One guy in all of this decided to say, well, wait a minute. If you read the thing or if you listen to him, he says slavery is vicious. And that's it. It's like somebody going into a math class. No, no, no, no, no, two and two is four.

Why the Georgia Race Will Go Down to the Wire

The Hugh Hewitt Show: Highly Concentrated

01:04 min | 3 weeks ago

Why the Georgia Race Will Go Down to the Wire

"All right, Georgia and New Hampshire. We got about two minutes and then three races. I'm very high on hershel's improving ability to talk and talk to people directly as one guy to one voter. What do you think about Herschel? Yeah, look, he has an enormous strength, which is if there's an enormous reservoir of goodwill. And you're right. He's not been a political candidate. He's been a pro football player in a role model. Somebody who's talked about the challenges that he faced in his own life and how he found the courage to ask for help. I think he's an inspiring figure in your right. He's getting better as a candidate and his opponent is a left winter. Rafael warnick would be right at home representing the state of Massachusetts or Vermont. I mean, it's like he'd be a good California congressman from the Bay Area. I mean, so yeah, there's going to be a barn burner, very expensive and we're going to go right down to the end and fortunately, Herschel's on the ballot with Brian Kemp, who's going to, I think, help him by making it. They're not going to be a lot of people who vote for Brian Kemp and then vote for Rafael warning. Now,

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The Schisms Erupting Between J6 Defendants

The Dinesh D'Souza Podcast

01:55 min | 3 weeks ago

The Schisms Erupting Between J6 Defendants

"A friend of mine sent me an article in NPR, which is talking about the fact that there are some schisms and divisions that have erupted in our erupting among January 6th defendants. Now, we have to be, again, a little bit skeptical here. The article is by Tom dry spark, by the way, this guy Tom dry's back is the very guy who did a quote fact check on 2000 mules. And I did a refutation of his fact check on this podcast. So this is dumb dry spot. Let's just say he gets a lot of things wrong. But what he's describing isn't entirely impossible to believe, it's the idea that when you have people who are a mix who are confined in solitary confinement in some cases, it's easy for tempers to run short. It's easy for patients to wear it in. Now, many of these January 6 guys began with great unity, singing the national anthem at night, holding firm. And I think in general, they have shown unbelievable fortitude. Yeah, really. But in the article, dry spark interviews some people and assuming that he's that he's quoting them correctly. They say, wait, you know, they're supposed to be all this money that has been raised for us, and we haven't gotten it and one guy goes, well, I thought that the money was all going to be equally shared. I mentioned in this article. In fact, there's a picture of me in the article early on the group raised big money in the pro Trump writer and filmmaker donated a $100,000 and then they go on to say that apparently the patriot freedom project Cynthia Hughes, of course, has been on the podcast more than once. They say that the patriot freedom project was able to raise a $1 million or so, still raising money. And they quote us one guy say that I divided by the amount of people and I got all excited and the guy goes in a sense. I didn't get my share.

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John Zmirak and Eric Reflect on the Legacy of Mikhail Gorbachev

The Eric Metaxas Show

01:48 min | 3 weeks ago

John Zmirak and Eric Reflect on the Legacy of Mikhail Gorbachev

"John, you were just saying that in 1983, and I have never heard this before. If I heard it, I'd forgotten it. But that we were, in 1983, before Gorbachev, when I drop off was the head of the Soviet Union, we were in very serious danger of nuclear war. We didn't even know it. That's the ironic part. You and I, running around in college, could have just died. We would have had no preparation. Here's what happened. Reagan and Thatcher and the other leaders of NATO planned major military exercises in 1983 and something they did every 5 years. It was routine. Large scale military exercises to test military preparedness for NATO. The Russians didn't know that it was a routine. They thought, given the anti communist rhetoric of Thatcher and of Reagan, they thought it was an attack on the Soviet bloc that might entail a first strike nuclear attack on the Soviet Union. And they came to within 5 minutes of launching missiles because of because of a stray signal in West Germany that they interpreted as a missile code launch. Like one guy was told, okay, it looks like the west is launching their missiles. And it's at one point the Russian common knowledge. I mean, I'm just astonished to hear this. Because people kind of lost interest in the Cold War in the 90s. It's like, oh, that's over. We don't have to worry about preparedness ever again. We don't have to defend freedom anymore. And so it's done. It won on its own. Well,

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The Only Thing We Can Do Is Create Public Pressure

The Dan Bongino Show

01:58 min | Last month

The Only Thing We Can Do Is Create Public Pressure

"I was talking to a guy at an event this weekend He's a pretty active guy in politics And he was just devastated by this whole thing And he said what do we do I said the only thing we can do create public pressure rallies speeches social media posts calling our congressmen And for those of you saying that he kind of scoffed at first and I said why do you scoff I don't understand I said when the left does the same thing you know you applaud them for their activism efforts to change You know I'm not kidding Think about it Don't laugh I'm dead serious Think about it You know you had this George Floyd incident which everybody saw which was thankfully unique to that one guy and this was used to paint just about every police officer across the country as some kind of hunter of black men in the streets It was used to create all kinds of dangerous political changes like defunding the police and all kinds of cutesy again euphemisms We're going to reform the police and the criminal justice system It's the only thing that president Trump and I didn't agree with and I let them know I didn't think criminal justice reform is a good idea I didn't You know while I'm Jared Kushner on later in the week we can talk about that I didn't think it was a good idea And that's fair where a Republican Party we're a Big Ten party full of ideas We don't censor people People feel differently about other issues That's okay That's okay But this is a no go zone here This is the kind of thing you can't possibly see and see what's going on right now with the loss of power here And not want to speak out And you can't say it doesn't matter when the left does it and it does matter and then we applaud them for it I mean really I'm serious Consider what I'm telling you The left gets all this stuff done because they know how to get into the streets They know how to protest Now they venture into violence a lot especially with BLM and antifa which is a red line obviously that should we all get there Nobody needs lectures for me You won't get it you're all adults

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It's Very Clear: Orange Man Bad

The Charlie Kirk Show

01:12 min | Last month

It's Very Clear: Orange Man Bad

"Very clear orange man bad. We want to get Trump. There's nothing in here about securing not securing the nation or protecting people. There's no probable cause here. Okay, there's no probable cause here whatsoever. And the idea that you would take these drastic actions that put the entire integrity and fabric of our society at risk. You are tearing a hole in the very heart, not just of our constitution, but in the very heart of the people. And to have this come out one day after Joe Biden goes up there on a stage surrounded by a paltry mix, a ragtag bunch of supporters. In fact, one guy even came in in their screaming, got all the way up front and started screaming you sold the election at him. He got up there and using your grill. He said, I'm in your face. You are the enemy, maga. Maga is the enemy of the regime. He's named you. He's called you what he's labeled you and he's targeted you. He wants this to be a black mark that will remain on you for the rest of your lives.

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Biden's Student Loan "Forgiveness" Program Is Redistributionist

The Dinesh D'Souza Podcast

02:12 min | Last month

Biden's Student Loan "Forgiveness" Program Is Redistributionist

"Joe Biden seems very pleased with himself. Normally he's pleased with himself when he's lining his own pockets, but in this case he's, he seems very pleased with himself because he's announced a college loan forgiveness program. And of course, there's something inherently disgusting about the oldest because you have a guy who's like, I am forgiving student debt. I mean, Debbie shaking her head here. During from the balcony, talking about pandering. But the first thing I find repulsive is these politicians act like they're doing it. They're not doing it. When they quote, there's no such thing really as forgiving on canceling debt. What this really means is I'm going to transfer the obligation to someone else. So this guy's not going to pay. I'm going to make some other guy pay. It's really a matter of moving money from one guy's pocket to another and using your political authority to do that. And generally, when you do it, you want the beneficiary to be grateful to you. Because you're the one who facilitated the transaction and you don't want the guy who's paying the bill to notice. You want to make it sound like it's free or canceling that. And of course, media reports make it sound like, wow, this is unbelievable, generosity from Biden. This is an expensive program, $300 billion. And essentially, if you get pell grants, you're going to get $20,000 of debt forgiveness. And for everybody else, $10,000 as long as the family income is under a $125,000 a year. And the other thing that Biden did is he extended the student loan repayment pause. So supposedly because of COVID, there was a pause. You don't have to pay right now. There's a kind of a deferred payment scheme. And Biden goes with us one final deferment through the basically to the end of this year. December 31st, 2022.

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Sean Davis: One National Archives Worker Caused the FBI Raid

The Dan Bongino Show

01:57 min | Last month

Sean Davis: One National Archives Worker Caused the FBI Raid

"Over at the federalist There's a piece up by Margot Cleveland who we love on the show as well It's been up for about a week now It's called records suggest the backbench bureaucrats partisan grievance spurred the FBI's nakedly political raid on Trump That title is doing a lot of work It pretty much sums up the piece A guy at the national archive the fact that there's a dispute over classifications which Sean you and I both know and even the liberal media's before to acknowledge Every single outgoing president has had this exact same dispute Trump is absolutely no different That a guy at the national archives can start what appears to be the destruction of the constitutional Republican Law & Order by starting a process that ended in the raid the unprecedented raider 200 year plus history on a president of the United States of peace is amazing I'm going to cover it in detail in my podcast tomorrow It's just shocking One guy could start all this Like you said an unelected guy who you can't vote out you can't dry up your campaign donations You have almost no recourse whatsoever This is evidence of this state that's been weaponized against people like us Yeah this is Alexander vindman two We got a few Peters who got an ego algae and got all butt hurt because somebody who was actually elected didn't agree with his little bureaucratic paperwork dreams And so now we just get to send dozens of FBI agents swarming at a former and potentially future president's home That is utter madness And the fact that these people aren't getting tarred and feathered in the streets is an indictment of our society It's an indictment of our system Look back and recall what it was that our founders were rebelling against They were mad because there was a tax on stamps and a tax on sugar and tea I got to tell you if they're around today if they were here and they saw this I think their heads might explode

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Olson's check-swing double in 11th helps Braves top Astros

AP News Radio

00:31 sec | Last month

Olson's check-swing double in 11th helps Braves top Astros

"Battles and double driving in one run and Travis darnold single to score the winning tally as the Atlanta Braves topped the Houston Astros 5 to four in the 11th with the score tied one a piece after 9 both teams put a pair of cross in the tenth Houston scored again in the 11th before Darnell came off the bench to drive in the winter for Atlanta It shows the fight we have the determination to not give up to the last out once one guy does it everybody else wants to wants to do it after that Bond Grissom for the braves and Jeremy Pena for Houston had soda home runs Gary mckillop's Atlanta

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Conspiracies Surrounding Princess Diana's Death Are Back in the News

AJ Benza: Fame is a Bitch

02:26 min | Last month

Conspiracies Surrounding Princess Diana's Death Are Back in the News

"Back in October 1995, word is Diana asked for a private meeting with her personal legal adviser, Victor mishcon, and apparently she wanted to tell him about something that was on her mind. Something she knew was going to happen. So this guy Michigan takes very good notes of their conversation. During which Diana said that reliable sources and she would name them, but she said that she trusts these reliable sources. That they informed her that a car accident might be stage and apparently she predicted she would have end up dead or be seriously injured in this car crash. Now we go to August of 1997, Diana, along with her partner, dodi Al fayed, and her driver on report, they die after Henri slams their Mercedes into a pillar at 65 miles an hour in that tunnel in Paris. It turned out that Henri Paul was under the influence of alcohol and prescription drugs, but was also trying to Dodge a bunch of crazy paparazzi who were trailing them on motorcycles. Now, before I go any further, I don't know, paparazzi on motorcycles with a camera in one hand that are gonna get that close to a speeding car at 65 mph. I just, I don't know. I wasn't there. I could be wrong, but I don't think they get that close. They got long lenses on those goddamn things. But then again, they were looking for that shot right through the window where they can get her face real close. So it could be. And those shots are worth hundreds of thousands of dollars if they're sold. And they look just right, but according to people in this docu series, miscon gave the note of his meeting with Diana to the London Metropolitan Police commissioner at the time, sir Paul. And it wasn't until after condon successor's name, John Stevens, when he got the post at that point, the public was made aware of this notes existence because the first guy condon had locked it away in a safe. Why he did that? You should ask yourself, why? Why are you trying to hide something like that? It took the next guy to bring that out of the safe. It doesn't sit right with me.

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Tyrus Previews His New Memoir 'Just Tyrus'

Mike Gallagher Podcast

01:45 min | Last month

Tyrus Previews His New Memoir 'Just Tyrus'

"Tell us about the book just tyrus because I'm sure you were urged to write one to sort of put it all down and what was the book experience like and what will people take away from your book? Well, experience is a whole book in itself. I don't know if you ever wrote one or thought about writing. Two of them. Yeah, I've written too. And it's a beating. Yeah. The first one's the worst one, apparently. But the book is about accountability. And it's only villain in the book is me, the only hero in the book is made. And it's about looking at moments of your life and being able to take ownership for most creating most of your problems. So you're going to have, you know, how people don't like the way you look, you know, people don't like what you talk. But they don't define you or your destiny, but it's your reaction that you judged by. And going a lot of depth about how my reactions cost me a lot of opportunities. And there's a lot of things and open doors and stuff like that. And I think the reason why so successful that people relate to that one, you cut through all the BS and when you blame everybody else for your problems, you can't fix them. Right. Because you can't change other people's perceptions. But when you look at what you could have done and what you should have done for an example is I had a job where I got fired and I said the manager of races. We might have been. But, you know, me being late to work three out of 5 days a week and we're not getting things done and me having a bad attitude and we clocking out ten minutes early. Probably had more to do with me being fired. Than one guy who doesn't like me. So but I can't change that, but I can change my stuff to be on time. I can change my stuff to know what I'm doing at work.

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"one guy" Discussed on The Lead

The Lead

07:47 min | 4 months ago

"one guy" Discussed on The Lead

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It's a destination for your wellness, whether you're looking to soul search be inspired, work towards new goals, unwind, or simply be entertained. Audible offers an incredible selection of audiobooks across every genre from best sellers to new releases to celebrity memoirs, mysteries and thrillers, motivation, wellness, business, and more. Plus new members can try audible free for 30 days. Visit audible dot com slash pod or text wondery pod to 505 hundred. That's audible dot com slash one pot or text one pot to 505 hundred. Well, Jonathan Connor McDavid is, of course, only one player on this Edmonton Oilers team. Who else has really been contributing to this playoff run so far? What else have been the keys to their getting as far as they have? Well, that's just it. And we talked earlier about how one player can't really overcome a decrepit team around him. This is the farthest thing from a decrepit team. The oilers have some weaknesses, but they have just superb tear once at the top end. I mean, it starts with Leon draisaitl after McDavid. Ordinarily, during the regular season, dry Seidel and McDavid were on separate lines. They're playing together now. The reason for that primarily, aside from the fact that it has worked, was in the first round, Leon draisaitl was taken down by Mikey Anderson and he's been playing on what we believe to be a sprained ankle since. They had to have them at the wing because you have to skate a lot more at center than you have to skate on the wing. And he's ridden wing for Connor McDavid before, and their chemistry superb. There may not be a better player in the offensive zone than Leon draisaitl in terms of just pure passing and shooting. They've got the kind of supporting cast up front. They haven't had in ages. Guys like Evander Kane, who came in at mid season, Zach Hyman, who assigned the summer. And Ryan nugent Hopkins, who's been there forever, but really hasn't had any peers. Now they've got three of those guys, and it's made all the difference. Mike Smith, their goaltender, you know, he's 40 years old. He's a fantastic story. Coming into the playoffs, I was a little bit skeptical of Smith. He gets very hot and very cold. So I've seen him be very good and very bad, but he's been very good for most of this playoff run. He's bounced back from some really difficult place. You know, he kind of gave away game one to the kings in the first round with an atrocious giveaway. And he came back and responded with some of the best hockey he's played in Edmonton. So you really have to respect his resilience. But the other key I'd say for the oilers has been the coaching staff. They changed coaches at mid season, something that GM Ken Holland has never done. They brought up Jay woodcroft, who was a very up and coming minor league coach. They brought up his defensive coach, Dave Manson, and those two guys have worked wonders. The oilers are a different 5 on 5 team under Jay woodcroft. They're much more competitive. And Dave Manson's kind of earned a reputation as a defenseman whisperer because of the way he's developed the oilers prospects. He has found new levels from not a pedestrian defense, but one that's really not that remarkable, especially with Darnell nurse fighting through injury. He's found contributions from guys like Brett kulak, Tyson Barry, players who were regarded as somewhat one dimensional. So a lot is how to go right for the oilers to get this far. And it's a big story beyond Connor McDavid. This matchup against Colorado for the neutral hockey fan at least is absolutely mouthwatering. I mean, you have two of the league's most exciting and fastest, most skilled teams squaring off against each other. And they treated us to an old school shootout of a game in game one on Tuesday night with abs hanging on to prevail 8 to 6. Jonathan, what do you think the series will ultimately hinge on? When I look at Colorado, the player who's frightens me the most with due respect to Nathan McKinnon is kale macar because will kill macar has done this season. I don't know if he's going to win the Norris trophy, if not he'll be one or number one or number two. He's a phenomenal player and to me he's every inch the equal of McKinnon. Those two are the key point for Colorado. The differences that Edmonton has extreme skill up front. So you look at guys like Nathan McKinnon. And Gabriel lambda skug, the oilers can go toe to toe with those guys. Nazem kadri. You look at what Colorado has on defense, guys like kale mccart and Devin taves. Edmonton doesn't have anybody like that. Darnell nurse is the closest piece. And he's playing through injury. He's not a 100%. So to me, it's really going to depend on whether Colorado's defense can tip the scales of the McKinnon McDavid battle is going to be fantastic, but that McCarthy is saying that's something that Colorado has that pairing at something Colorado has that Edmonton just doesn't have an answer for that I see on paper. You mentioned McDavid and McKinnon. In those two guys you have two former number one overall picks, generational talents, arguably the top two offensive players in the league. What's also somewhat similar games as well, right? Both guys, it's just all about speed and skills simultaneously. Does this feel like a potential rivalry of the future sort of centered around those two superstars? Yes and no, because it's easy to look at McDavid McKinnon and kind of go, oh, well, this is the new Crosby Ovechkin. The problem there is when it was Crosby and Ovechkin, it was Crosby and Ovechkin with McDavid McKinnon. You have to throw auston Matthews in there too. Who's very much in that same weight class as a heavyweight offensive forward. But the cool thing about McKinnon and McDavid is like you said, they both go out with speed. Matthews is an unbelievable goal scorer. So as much as he's in the conversation and kind of makes it a three way battle instead of a two way battle, he's a different kind of player. And we'll see if Edmonton Colorado stick with a power versus power matchup where McKinnon and McDavid are playing each other all the time. I think Edmonton is going to try and get away from that as much as they can. They like to double shift McDavid. But that kind of speed, I can't think of a forward match up to that compares. As a rivalry, I think it's somewhat lacking because they're not playing each other in division play during the year, which makes it a little harder with Crosby and Ovechkin. You got more regular season matchup, so it was a little easier to.

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"one guy" Discussed on KIRO Radio 97.3 FM

KIRO Radio 97.3 FM

01:48 min | 1 year ago

"one guy" Discussed on KIRO Radio 97.3 FM

"One guy was the sort of leading them like like an orchestra, and he told me quietly vertical, quieter. Oh, sort of fade out kind of thing. Yeah, very robust. It sounds like they had some A few people There is like, uh, so they've okay, so Doboj sort of O. J. Okay. All right, Tracy. It's Tracy Taylor working today. I am. Yes. Good. You're not missing? Yeah. What is this it? No, no. Okay, guys, we have a lot of holiday traffic to deal with. New cracker shit is just come in on 18 eastbound just east of I five has taken up the left lane on the right lane. Of course, there is some slowing as we approach. This was noticing that the South bound five drive coming out of various bills. Little heavy, Especially for those of you Just leaving the casino heading out towards the highway to interchange. We break free, and we're fine as we get into the downtown corridor, But yeah, you will run into a few brake lights here and there outside of 50th and heading out towards the convention center. Right guys. It's busy on that 5 12 getting out towards the fairgrounds. A lot of heavy traffic on pioneer in Meridian. I'm looking at a sizable lineup on north and five for drivers coming out Lacey heading out towards the Nisqually River Basin. Still a little over an hour from Olympia to Tacoma. Drivers are also experiencing some delays at the theory terminals and on 1990 will break that out for you coming up here in about 10 minutes. Traffic brought to you by Staples Staples Connect has everything to help you get ready for back to school with amazing prices on everything on your list. Visit your local staple store or staples. Connect dot com. Be more ready for school staples. Cairo Radio. Real time traffic. I'm Tracy. Switching to Geico is a good idea, especially when you consider everything. First off Geico makes it easy to switch. They have licensed agents available 24 7 online or over the phone. But if it's.

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"one guy" Discussed on Ridiculous History

Ridiculous History

04:15 min | 1 year ago

"one guy" Discussed on Ridiculous History

"Aspirational <hes> <hes> indeed i think. That's what Noel gallagher called his brother liam believing called him in potato which is also very under appreciated emoji. Just out a big fan. I also love it. We're talking british insults. I welded max. Thank you for that. I'm going to be bothered by that for a while But for british insults which always impressed me i was hanging out in pont. City market pre pandemic which is where our office is based in atlanta georgia. And i heard a british person call someone else. A shape as insult s. h. a. p. e. said you in shape which is like a good insult for reasons. I don't understand. And i think you need the accent bullet off. Did you know that the If i'm not mistaken. Michael myers character in the halloween. Movies is referred to as the shape. I it learn more about the context of that situation. It's just hard to stop people and say. Excuse me sir i. I am not british. But i do respect. The insults employed by your culture last thing another british with shape is a an expression for dancing is throwing shapes. So i would. I would say in that context. New lakers is tough to go in there and say like excuse me i'm not british shannon. What's going on. But i'd love to learn a little more about this context. 'cause i wanna see if i can pull off shape as an insult. So what is your deal sir. I i you know what before. Yeah before we do have to ask max. What is the job. People are googling the most in georgia on glad. You're ask because if you live in atlanta this makes sense it is stripper Wow did not see that coming neither but it should attracts <hes> if anyone's interested in Some more like atlantis. Centric kind of jokes and memes. There's a couple of really good instagram accounts. I believe was just called atlanta memes or something like that <hes> you can Mean like a local can didn't see it come in the way. France didn't see the potato on the way. But that's how history works. No thank you for this. What what a cool right any any excuse to talk about. Food is a good episode for me. I'd love to hear everybody's epoch potato related recipes or moments fake you of course to the one and only max williams. Ben are those potato founders. They like cookie cutter like cut out like scallop or they layered. Because i'm looking at the pictures of them. Yeah yeah so. I like to do is take a take a pretty good medium potato appeal it you chop the the ends off and then usually if it's a medium patel you get about two cylinders out of it you cut that in half and then you take whichever half is the most even. It's usually where you made the cut in the middle And then you just give plop. 'em down wilson With oil initially as a cast. Iron pan you finish them in the oven the whole thing. If you want like eight of those little cylinders just get four potatoes. Got it got it and like ben said. Let us know your favorite potato recipes. <hes> we're still working on getting sorta you don't pick. It'd be that difficult but i promise it'll happen. I'm in the meantime. Please reach out to us as individuals on instagram. I am at how now brown and you can find me on instagram in a burst of creativity. I've named myself at ben bullen. You can also find our super producer. Max williams at Potato fan eighty-seven and holy cow ban. You justin attest email to ridiculous. Iheart media dot com and it appears to have worked. Well that's good news. Maybe maybe i'll get it as well. We'll see we'll see but it does look like our email address is up and running. Thanks of course to casey peg room. Thanks to alex. Williams who composed this banging track probably right. Yeah definitely and thank stephen. And thanks to you know Thanks

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"one guy" Discussed on Ridiculous History

Ridiculous History

04:21 min | 1 year ago

"one guy" Discussed on Ridiculous History

"So it's true And honestly french fries just sounds like a dumb american alliterative kind of like You know way of referring to something because we don't feel like learning the language or what was that they were like. Oh no freedom fries so late. i'll also. I love the idea. I love to hear about the way. American cuisine is depicted early. Us cuisines depicted in other parts of the world store. One time that had an american. I'll and it was just junk food and peanut butter and one like very sugary cereal. That's hilarious. That's almost like a this. i'll i love it. It was a distract from the grocery store. And we all know this. Probably from the movie pulp fiction or from from travels or whatever but in belgium. They don't put ketchup on their french fries about mayonnaise. And i have adopted that and i think it's awesome. are triggered by mayonnaise. But it's good fries and mayonnaise. Quick etowah. i'll do. It's terrible for your Cheese sauce. I'm not going to say no to especially as potato wedges at our local establishment dude cheese dip and wedges at the righteous room is like the off menu item. It's like the secret menu in and out burger. You gotta you gotta try if you come if you come to our neighborhood highly recommend yes. Yes highly recommended and thank you to parmentier for popularizing the potato because you know in my head that means that. He is in some way responsible for all of the potato recipes that you're produced after that point. You know so. Thank you parmentier potato man. Another thing that maybe blue but potatoes keep for quite a long time just out. You know what. I mean like out in a bowl in a dish on your on your kitchen counter before they start to get gross or like growth even when they do grow those little is there's a little tubers. There's still absolutely used usable. I have some red potatoes..

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"one guy" Discussed on Ridiculous History

Ridiculous History

04:00 min | 1 year ago

"one guy" Discussed on Ridiculous History

"What i think is amazing about. This is the more we looked into this knoll. The more. I was convinced this guy was like a earlier version of norman borlaug. I had this series. I did a while ago. Years and years ago animated series called stuff of genius which was all about inventors and the inventions that changed the world. and norman. Borlaug is a guy who was like parmentier ta he was an agronomist and he is often called the father of the green revolution he went on to save over like a billion people from starvation and parmentier was doing a very similar thing with the potato. He he has a legacy that remains with us today. There he's like you know. I think it was atlas obscure the called him like the johnny appleseed of the tater toy. Yeah no it's absolutely accurate it was it was that outlets obscure article Specifically jim clark made that excellent comparison. I love that and it's totally true. he is to this day remembered in. You know the culinary tradition of french cooking. There are quite a few dishes that are named after him. One of my favorite soups in the whole world potato and leek super version of that called Taj parmentier which is exactly just that you can find a recipe for poor montage party. On the farmer's almanac just look for potato leek soup recipe on the farmer's almanac and will give you a little bit of history There's also like a version of this served cold. It's called the gift. She soi not not not for me. Not into a cold soup. But i'm not. I'm not a gazpacho guy. But i love a good hot potato in leek soup and there's another one called hot cheese parmentier. That's a lot like a shepherd's pie. You know with like different ground beef and vegetables and corn and stuff. Of course you know topped with mashed potatoes and Hopefully some nice Crisp cheese and this. This is where we find ourselves today. According to the united nations potato is grown in virtually every country that can do so in some in some form or fashion and some scale and that makes it the world's fourth most important food crop so go you potato and thank you peru out and speaking of peru bet. I didn't realize the peruvians also had like a method for freeze. Drying potatoes to keep themselves like in in potatoes in case there was a blight or a crop shortage and those freeze dried potato. Flakes are kind of the lake early version of what we know. Today is instant mashed potatoes. Gary i remember reading that that's pretty. That's pretty amazing. As well and that just goes to show you how long or how long people impro- had been working with this native produce. No although i know it's the end of our story in this episode is Has been going a little bit long. There is one last myth. I believe we absolutely must bust or we must at least address. Which is i. I went to belgium a while back. You remember that. I was in brussels for and one of the one of the things that my friends told me as we were landing on the plane is you don't call them. French fries can ask for palm free right fried potatoes but do not call french fries because you see folks both france and belgium claim to be the inventors of what we call french fries in the us and people are still going back and forth because now it's become a matter of national pride. Just say fries. Just say palm free in france or in belgium be very careful with it yeah freed sisterly means like fries In home is the french word for potato..

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"one guy" Discussed on Ridiculous History

Ridiculous History

03:08 min | 1 year ago

"one guy" Discussed on Ridiculous History

"Maybe and then you just wipe the skin off with a paper towel or kitchen rag and it just comes right off and then you sli some and i swear they're the most i don't know how would you describe describe it as earthy kind of grassy but also sweets and Really really nice. Yeah and you can do these in slices. as well. like roasted beets way to go. You can make that your own. I would say. I typically do it for like thirty five minutes or so. Thirty five forty Just because i like him sukree through time on there. You know what i mean in some bit of salt and pepper anyway. Yes parmentier was really into sugar. We think beats get a bad name you'll parsnips are pretty good too. Although i don't think parmentier worked with them parsnips. i've had a hard time with. I've never cooked them. Evelyn tried them a couple of times. And i've always found that. I've undercooked them that they're very tough. And i think you really have to get them just right. Yeah there's a there's a way to roast them but they can be. they could be a little bit finicky. We can't wait to hear more of your specific Food recipes from history. But like we said napoleon is digging parmentier these like the napoleon is thinking all right this guy more potato guy than the royalist so he'll help us with this. Oh help us. Speech sugar and corn in fact. Napoleon is enough of a fan of parmentier that eventually. He gives him the legion of honor. Sort of like the presidential medal of freedom. Or something right yeah. It's it's similar. The legion of honor is the highest order of merit. You can get in france whether you are military or a civilian. It was established in eighteen. O two by napoleon himself very cool. Well i think well deserved. I don't know there's nothing particularly problematic in this dude story right which i thought was kind of interesting because usually there's some agenda or even simply takes off. It's usually being done for some like weird nefarious purpose. But this guy just rely again he. He came from suffering this. This whole experience came from him being jailed or imprisoned by the prussians during the war and him realizing that potatoes were getting a bad rap and that he actually just really liked them and If you read his letters and his writings about potatoes you can really tell. The guy just really liked potato one and everyone else to as well and saw the potential for it in a world where food wasn't for everybody or at least abundance of food wasn't for everybody you know was reserved for the upper classes and i don't think he pre approved approved of that he wanted to you know. Have everyone be fed and believe that everyone deserves to have a full belly. So i think that's pretty awesome. Yeah agreed ed after he was granted. This legion of honour. He passed away peacefully in eighteen thirteen. Who was seventy six years old buried in paris in. If you go there even today you will see that his plots his grave is surrounded by potato plants and some people when they go to visit. They leave a potato on his grave. As as a way of saying thank you..

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"one guy" Discussed on Ridiculous History

Ridiculous History

01:39 min | 1 year ago

"one guy" Discussed on Ridiculous History

"Was ignored because this basically because there's paper was published in seventeen eighty nine right before the beginning of the revolution and the king himself knew that parmentier and potatoes got a bit of a raw deal. They're the king. Eventually said france will not forget you found food for the poor and think about this news really unpopular during the french revolution. Noel royalty a ios really connected with royalty right now parmentier hundred percent. That's really good point. We we sort of. I don't want to hope he didn't sound like we were saying that. This treatise Immediately caused the potato to explode as you know he did that. That bit with the The fake potato heist or whatever that did start to get folks interested on some level. But you're right. It was still associated with the wealthy. I mean after all. They were stealing potatoes from the wealthy rather than like cultivating themselves. But the idea was that it would become the staple food and it did ultimately. I'm one of thousands of women with metastatic breast cancer or nbc which is breast cancer that has spread to other parts of the body. I'm living in the moment and taking i- brandt's pabo cycling. I brand one hundred and twenty five milligram. Tablets within a rumor tastes inhibitor. For postmenopausal women offer men with hr positive her two negative nbc as the first hormonal. Based therapy being in your moment. Ask your doctor about.

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"one guy" Discussed on Ridiculous History

Ridiculous History

05:45 min | 1 year ago

"one guy" Discussed on Ridiculous History

"So absolutely that is you could consider that his potato treatise and he had sort of a three pronged approach to gaining wide acceptance of the potato. I he needed to get the french governments and the medical community on board because again there is still a little bit of vagueness around whether the potatoes were even safe. So in seventeen seventy two After he published this treatise he started to circulate this among government officials that he was tight with And people in the medical community so there started to be more of a conversation around it next of course is to you know get a sex them up a little bit dressed that humble potato up in a nice cocktail dress and send it out on the town so he did that and he started to introduce potatoes to paris's Boozier high society types right. Yeah and this is an important step so he gets some of the big. Vip names of the day. Benjamin franklin thomas jefferson noted chemist in france to come to his dinners. Which are these pretty high class. Affairs centered on the humble potato. And just to give you a sense of how profoundly potato centric this was. He would have as many as twenty courses featuring potatoes and it seems that this is a cool story. So no max. You guys like french fries right. You're not against or what am i. What kind woodcut. What's your favorite french. Fry type. what are some of your favorites maxico. I need to think for a second. I mean you can never like beat the classic mcdonald's fries eat fast food really ever but allow you hybrid hyde road. Nece know exactly yes yes somewhat. Yeah but i mean they're just like you know the quintessential fries they're over-salted there's virtually no potato to it. It's just been deep fried. It's just a vessel for summing be fried and i think that makes them pretty much amazing. I like a good home fry. I look a potato wedge. Shot one of our favorite local bars In restaurants the room they do a really really nice crispy on the outside soft on the inside Serve it up with a little of that Salt and vinegar malt vinegar. That's an excellent potato. But you're right max. I do think the french fry or oftentimes the potato. it can be just a flavor vector. Oh yeah not not addictive or'disease though right right factor for disease until you. I had some. I get this weird thing with steak fries specifically. I don't trust them because they're like they're will there mashed potatoes in disguise. You know like the price but teach their own. The rights from does kill it with a potato wedges. Tell him tell them. We sent you not the the thing is. There's so many varieties of french. fry they. it's hard to believe they didn't really exist in the us for a long time until what would become the us. For longtime north. America and canada until thomas jefferson. This is not confirmed but thomas jefferson may have interacted with parmentier been so inspired that he brought back the idea for what we call the french fry with him to monticello and served it later at a white house dinner. This comes to us from a cool book. Called potato a history of the propitious esculent by john reader..

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"one guy" Discussed on Ridiculous History

Ridiculous History

04:32 min | 1 year ago

"one guy" Discussed on Ridiculous History

"Look for ecolab. Science certified seal wherever you eat stay workshop and we got that in the form of antoine august in perriman ta. Who was like you could consider him like the ultimate hype man for potato. He's a potato. Promoter is a potato proselytizer. he's a spud spokesman. He's a he's a tater trumpeter in. Yeah we could get a different term for that one. We'll fix it in post. Max fix in post but no this dude. I anton augustan. Permanency was born in seventeen. Thirty seven He went on to become a pharmacist. is french obviously in the french army during the seven years war. There's a really excellent article. Atlas obscure that also gives a wonderful rundown of history of the potato by jim clark. Highly recommend shooting. That went out. And we're gonna pull some information from that article as well today but yet pharmacists During the seven years war he actually became a prisoner of war during which time the prussians gave their prisoners potatoes. And the french at the time as we've discussed still viewed potatoes quite negatively. Yeah yeah which is crazy because some of my favorite potato recipes are french influence now but anyway this is the thing so imagine. You're in prison in prussia. Life stinks right and you're this pharmacists parmentier. And he's eating these potatoes imprison and goes these things are actually not bad. They're deadly they're actually. They're pretty great leg. I'm thinking right now. Just on their own seven out of ten. And i can make it nine parmentier thinking. He is eventually released at the end of the war after three years have passed and he can't stop thinking about these potatoes. It's the link. It's weird there on his mind. He's been through a literal war. You guys and people are asking them about the war and how he was a pow in prussia. And he's like yeah. Yeah yeah have. Have you heard of potatoes though because the war. That's a five minute conversation. I am like two days if you wanna talk haters with me. I do wanna shout out. Rebecca role of professor in the department of history the university of warwick. She wrote an awesome book called feeding the people the politics of the potato. We're going to be pulling some citations from her in peace. She how potatoes conquered the world. just wanted to shout out if you like books about very specific things like me than checking. Yeah dr earls politics of the potato. So ben you're asking me about the potato and i'm like i don't know i heard it was of the devil you know i don't trust it. I don't want it was poisonous Change my mind. Way yes I might i might guy table. I'm affect the table with the sign that says potatoes are of the devil. Change by and that's committeee's job is to change in my mind. Our collective minds as a nation as he do it. How does he do it so first off. He study that self and he's like. I pretty much just potatoes for three years. And i'm alive. I feel good. I feel pretty pro. Tater ruffling we stuck the land. Eight next doesn't approve of that with a so. I think really grown soundtrack. For that what i earned it. So there's this historical novelist catherine delors's Catherine delors's rights quite a bit about this and says that it was typical of the time for people to challenge these old ideas. So no you're the guy at the table saying changed my mind and pug nintey says i am going to change your mind not just going to bore you with a bunch of science and a bunch of facts. I'm gonna do. Some flair can have some pizzazz on this. I'm gonna. I'm gonna wow you. We're gonna shock all you in a war for the hearts and minds of people when it comes to potatoes so at this time we have to mention..

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"one guy" Discussed on Ridiculous History

Ridiculous History

02:39 min | 1 year ago

"one guy" Discussed on Ridiculous History

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"one guy" Discussed on Ridiculous History

Ridiculous History

04:59 min | 1 year ago

"one guy" Discussed on Ridiculous History

"We're looking at the expansion of all these all these new types of unseen fruit and vegetable or never before seen fruit and vegetable arriving in europe north and south america. We know that people are dealing with a lot of crazy things. They haven't seen before right and they're trying to compare them to things. They already are aware of check out our pineapple episode. Because that's a wild ride so the other issue here is that south american climates are not like the climates that you will find in western europe especially when you talk about ours of daylight per day during winter and so on so when they take these spuds these tubers europe they see the potatoes grew leaves and and the learned folks of the day or studying up on them but the tubers they create. Don't quite get to the size of potatoes in peru because they you know there are different climate and sue. The spanish started trying to figure out where they could grow these similar to the way that the english were trying to figure out how they could grow pineapples in in. If you haven't listened to that episode yet do check it out. What a weird people used to rent pineapples a it didn't happen potatoes. What's our renamed potatoes yet. no well. They weren't very pretty again. Like i said people thought they resemble the kind of stunted little nubby things that would form on on the skin of lepers or when their fingers would be have to be removed the cetera. Very very ghastly. Kind of stuff. I just want to point out. I had my mom. Did this like christmas in july thing because after you know cova relatively being somewhat dealt with enough to at least like hug your grandma. We hadn't seen our family You know members in in a long time even before cova So we did a little christmas in july thing. And i win. I couldn't notice that she had this massive pineapple in this fruit bowl. that clearly was not for consumption..

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"one guy" Discussed on Ridiculous History

Ridiculous History

04:14 min | 1 year ago

"one guy" Discussed on Ridiculous History

"You know this wasn't exactly hosts cuisine. But it did make the potato edible and a little more enjoyable and we're on a bit of a quest today to understand how the human species got from lama impersonators in peru at least when it comes to cuisine all the way to the modern day when potatoes are a worldwide phenomenon and they are especially popular in europe. Because as we're going to see this was not always the case but like you said peru. That's where story starts. This was a very important foodstuff for people in the andes mountains. This was a staple product. And we know this went on for centuries and centuries in that part of the world but the fact is you guys. No one had seen a potato. In europe new european had seen a spud before spanish can kista doors invaded south america. Way back in the early fifteen hundreds fifteen thirty and overthrew the qing empire nip and with that many things we see that start popping up in europe usually come from some sort of tragedy traumatic cultural events or decimation so is the case with the potato. Just want to add one more little thing. There's a really great little tidbit in the mental floss article by michelle. Deb check the even today those slightly poisonous potatoes. You can still get them. Andy markets and they're sold with like a little digestion aid. A little packet of this digestion. Aiding clay kind of mixture so that was pretty interesting and it just shows that you know even if it's poison. Tradition is is important. But you're right. Been around the mid fifteen thirties. The incan empire was overthrown. By a spanish punky stores and so came the spud the noble spud to europe in the sixteenth century. But it was not met with open arms ben. It was not met with open arms. The spanish brought the potato back from south america. And at this point they'd kind of bread it or cultivated in such a way that it was totally edible. You didn't have to mix it with Dirt or clay dust and more people did..

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"one guy" Discussed on Ridiculous History

Ridiculous History

05:08 min | 1 year ago

"one guy" Discussed on Ridiculous History

"We're removing each and every roadblock including this goodbye comex should be ridiculous histories of production of iheartradio Welcome back to the show ridiculous historians thank you as always so much for tuning in. That's our super producer. The one and only max williams the call me ben and i gotta tell you outta all the carbs all the cards in the world. Potatoes are number one for me. Sorry your potatoes moylan. Mecham stick them in a stew Bides has got Scott makes them up. Dirt munches mahanta. Uber's yeah tubers go. Tubers tubers actually refers to like what the thing they grow from. Right sort of like bulbs tulip bulbs i think the things you plant to grow potatoes or called tubers or its genre of uh of route of edible root. Yeah yeah it's the underground part of a stem or he writes that serves as a food reserve. It does bear buds from which new plants can grow. Right it's like when you take a potato and you stick it you can. You can actually grow potato from a potato the like you know when you actually when you leave a potato out for too long those tubers start to come out almost like some sort of weird catholic s creepers. I'm nola by the way. Yes yes you're and a potato is a typical tuber. it's great example of a delicious tuber. All you need is a little bit assault some some butter source of heat and imagination. And you you could take potatoes pretty far true. It's true but a lot like Other earlier forms of Of foodstuffs that we now know. Enjoy like the banana potato weren't always the potatoes we know in love today. Were they know they weren't nolde. I love that you're bringing this up. So this is this is odd. This has happened a couple of times. In europe there are some Some specific types of produce or even dishes that become closely associated with a given country but those fruits and vegetables or tubers in this case are not themselves native to the european continent..

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"one guy" Discussed on Startup Stories by Mixergy

Startup Stories by Mixergy

02:55 min | 1 year ago

"one guy" Discussed on Startup Stories by Mixergy

"You're you're like i teach people to have a wireless clicker set it up so you can do this because her and the screen. Yeah the angle there is. I'm looking in the. If i'm sitting my desk like this. I'm not looking at you. Because i keep looking at my slights. I've noticed that too in the early days of doing these interviews. I did live. And i noticed that there was one guy that the people in the audience thought was being very arrogant and i couldn't understand why i went back and i watch the video and i realized he had his is down the whole time. I knew what he was doing us looking at the chat so that he could use it for feedback and guide guidance conversation to them. He wasn't paying attention to them because he wasn't looking up at the camera. So after that. I started telling guests put my window really small little that you right underneath a webcam. So when you're looking and if you wanna do it with the chat make that small enough that it doesn't take up the whole screen and move it under the webcams you can see that you know what else i noticed. That's really helpful My wife will sometimes do team building activities with her team via zoom and they'll mail stuff fouled so that they made this candle for example while they were talking. They made a candle. My son had my sister did A scavenger hunt around the house and so he got to go hunt for things. I wonder if there's a way to get presenters to bring some get the audience to bring something in to do something to see it to experience it. I don't know what but if you could just come up with a thing for them to do even if it's just go get a knife and a bar of soap. Cut it into something. I don't know what it it doesn't hurt me. I'm verte these activities where you ask people to go and bring thing that they get to do and do something couldn't expect something that they would be expected to have around the house that would get them resulted. They're not expecting to have would be interesting. Yeah and you could. I mean you could send things out to certain people if you if you collect the right information when people if it's a paid gig or something right virtual event you can send something to to temples houses so that like they're the lucky ones who you have the window there with them so they want us to pay or whatever but yeah we have to innovate because this.

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"one guy" Discussed on 20/20

20/20

02:30 min | 1 year ago

"one guy" Discussed on 20/20

"Impossible to an end with just one guy Matthew muller was charged in federal court in sacramento california with the kidnapping for ransom of denise hoskins what he wasn't charged with the sexual assaults the reason being is that there was no jurisdiction in federal court for those crimes. Sell part of me. That wants him to tell us what really happened. I think there's more to it erin de snow. There were other people there that night. There are things that happen. We saw that we heard it just would have been impossible to a been done with. Just one guy. There's other people out there and something that we've had to live with As somehow make peace with that.

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"one guy" Discussed on The Manic Pixie Weirdo

The Manic Pixie Weirdo

04:37 min | 1 year ago

"one guy" Discussed on The Manic Pixie Weirdo

"Discovered avocado oil. And i have fallen in love. So i apologize to everybody listening. But like yeah. We're we can talk about the colorado oil so apparently like still list to. Yes and so good. Yes i need need need to get that I there was just one guy. That's like health guy on some cast news talking about how the only reason food exists is to get olive oil and i was like all right. We love olive oil so somebody's house like this guy right. It's really good for you. You know oh yeah no. It's super good view but the yeah the avocado oil. I'm currently just on like a ben. I'm making like all oil. And like i'm using all these different kind of.

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"one guy" Discussed on Talking Mopars

Talking Mopars

05:44 min | 1 year ago

"one guy" Discussed on Talking Mopars

"I hate to say i hate to be that guy but you kind of saw the same thing over and over. It's like there's chargers as challengers we. We even had one guy he's like. Oh check out this car you know emmy and my buddy or like you see anything different about it and we're looking at it and it's like okay..

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