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"orle" Discussed on Digital Ankit Podcast | Motivation, self-help, digital marketing In Hindi

Digital Ankit Podcast | Motivation, self-help, digital marketing In Hindi

07:53 min | 2 months ago

"orle" Discussed on Digital Ankit Podcast | Motivation, self-help, digital marketing In Hindi

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"orle" Discussed on Distorted View Daily

Distorted View Daily

04:08 min | 3 months ago

"orle" Discussed on Distorted View Daily

"Made a drink called or docs juice j. o. Oc orthodox jews a grape juice with an image of a man in orthodox jewish tire. They also make lemonade a lemonade based soda. That is. let's let's all communist shit like that. Very funny my kind of brent. What's the name of that company real soda. i think it's called real soda of utah. The message and get my hand on some more nazi soda. All right That really has nothing to do with this new story. This has to do with that. Nazi imagery on scrotum swastika. Scrotum doesn't sound like that would taste as good as nazi cola all right. He was sentenced to nineteen months in prison. For the glorification of nazism illegal firearm possession. The defendant express remorse during the trial claiming he was both sorry and embarrassed for his past actions. He told the court that he just got in with bad company for us. Anything that wasn't allowed was something we gravitated towards but we all underestimated enormously. How much a mistake this was was only one. The investigation of his tattooed testicle started that he realized what nonsense the nazi glorification was. He added other than that. I can't give any reasonable explanation for why i did it. Kaiser just stupid stuff just sounds like a good idea. At the time. I mean he's drunk or whatever and then he just ran with it and he didn't think much of it afterwards. Really ponder what the fuck was doing guys are stupid all right He also claimed he had stopped associating with the far right eight years ago and stopped drinking heavily because of a previous stint behind bars for result. Yells said the tattoo was no longer visible. his lawyer. frans zimmerman said he will appeal. The sentence austria's national socialism prohibition act of nineteen forty seven mandates prison sentences for those who tried to revive or glory organizations resembling the nazi party. Second story we have for you today. We've talked a lot about work. Shortages here in the us especially fast food restaurants. Very hard to Find employees right now. A lot of places are closing early. The the nearest kfc to me has just completely shut down they. They can't afford workers. I guess like anyone that would wanna work. You know once like fifteen dollars an hour or something And it's a shitty location. So they they're just closed. You can't go to kfc right now and this has been going on. For months well now work. Shortages have a strip club industry. Yeah it's getting real. Now you guys are perking up Tim can't get his chicken strips. Poor fatboy and will now. You can't get your titty dances. Businesses have been facing difficulties filling positions in the hospitality industry since covid nineteen restrictions have loosened and strip clubs are no exception at least one gentlemen's club and new orle- new orleans. That's how you say that right is offering signing bonuses to new and returning entertainers to combat what they call a national exotic dancer shortage. My god i didn't realize it was that bad. And you know strip clubs at least if you're a decent dancer in good shape you look good and you get some good shifts. It make hundreds of dollars a night. This isn't just flipping burgers at mcdonalds. This is a real problem. Well we look forward you reverting back to a seven day per week operation just as we were prior to covid said an kessler general manager of larry flint's hustler club and new orleans in order to do so. We need to ensure that we have an ample number of entertainers to sustain our guests. Which is why. We're implementing a signing incentive both local and out of state entertainers. I wonder if they'll pay moving costs. If you're out of state we help you find a place set you up. I mean come on their if lindsay hustler club on bourbon street is offering.

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"orle" Discussed on Faffing with Friends

Faffing with Friends

03:27 min | 5 months ago

"orle" Discussed on Faffing with Friends

"You know it's it's got its ups spot in my heart. There's a lot of points that are places that i have yet to go to like. I really love to go and smoke. Cornwall devon in that area of The uk. i also want to go in that chief. Visit more of wales I wanna visit Scotland more even island but again always england as well I've most of my experience has been a concentrated on central england Like the peak but also southeastern england. London and the surrounding areas. And so i really want to continue exploring the country that i've lived in for the past twenty one years so it's a bit with that i haven't as much i would definitely plug it. Obviously we all know your cave goblins. So it's kind of make. It is going to take me a while to exploit like there is some listeners. Do you want another the weirdest on. So joe plays a lot of. Rpg's re goes and kills everything that lives in every cave and he's like one of those in real life. Some someone is about the busted. It'd be like where's the loot whereas the boss of this chillers just like what they last not. Very good point i'm basically A recluse likes jd cylinder. Except that i haven't written an amazing novel yet. But yeah if if i do get the trump because they've got roman history you've got sort of the authoritarian mythical history this places in the uk. That i'd probably wanna go. I haven't gone through to scotland orle- orleans visit some of the cultural heritage history. Claire and we have a lot of costumes here. I'm guys people who are not native to the uk on once he do visit. Please don't visit london and thing that's it known under this unlawful mortar discount. I mean it's like its own plants. It may as well not be part of the restaurant again. Like the difference. Exactly yeah. it's pretty huge now. Before before we wrap up actually the other place hold on. I think you might have thought she simply something to say about this. The other destination that we we haven't actually really discussed. Perhaps sometimes it could reach them and it might be a little bit controversial. If you guys wanna touch it you welcome to is america. on america. And the american continent that consists of canada the united states mexico and can question hawaii's part of the us. Yes yes yes yes only only place in the us ever visited new our my going to california california's pretty great. Yeah just wanna go california. I think it's sunday the lists. I like to minimize my chances of being shot. So don't that's what i wanted to say. So that's always genuinely. And i don't mean this is an offense to any americans but that's always been a concern for me one of the reasons why i don't want to visit. America is specifically the dangerous especially me yet again. We're all foreigners that's already in mind. Chances of getting shot have gone up right. Oh my gosh but if but if like so you just hawaii. Violators california. And i'd love to visit those places my place would be bernie sanders hometime vermont really. Because it's it's so like older like the sort of lax on gun ownership stuff like that but the very liberal the countryside it's beautiful. It's way to make ben and jerry's and going off the whole assassin's creed thing. I'd love to explore all the trails..

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"orle" Discussed on Feast of Fun

Feast of Fun

08:35 min | 8 months ago

"orle" Discussed on Feast of Fun

"Of shows from ten years ago on netflix or hbo. Maximum like oh. They're not a party with no math. It dawns on your lightweight. That's not real but he's just like you just get so caught up in like everything that's going on now so Yeah music. And i wonder how much of the mask wearing. We'll we'll stay put in our culture because you think about it. I mean yeah. It's everybody's saying. I don't have cover but you know what i also have caught the flu this year. Either and i haven't gotten the cold so you're like Maybe one more in large crowds or on public transportation's in asia. It's pretty common And even like years ago. I've walked around the city of chicago. We live a major mileage bulletin area. I've got lakeshore drive. Not too far. I've got major streets nearby and sometimes you breathe and they are especially when it came back from norway and they have like that fresh clean air. I came back on my. You really smell the city. And i use like people think i'm nuts if i walk around with a mask on funny because i i honestly i wanted to. Just have like a big bond byron. Burn all of these masks. That i have around martin but then i thought about it just like i'm like. Oh wow. i didn't get a cold this year. I didn't have the sniffles not in. I didn't get any of that from like maybe during like flu season. Or maybe a mask maybe on if something you know you've all heard of spanks right traditionally known as the lady's secret to the smoothest fifty now spanks is changing the underwear game for men. After ten plus years of innovation and design the spanks experts created the most comfortable undershirts and underwear for men with top control and crush comfort. These new base layers are the total package available at three levels of support. Zero sculpt sculpt and ultra sculpt. Pick the type of compression you want. Let's talk about our go to zero sculpt. I cannot express how yummy this fabric is. Imagine a mixture of a cloud and a kitten. Trust us when we say once you try it on you'll never take it off the best part sweating it chilin it. Wash it and repeat if you don't love it then you can return it for a full refund. Within ninety days of purchase plus spanks offers free shipping and returns on all orders for a limited time. spanks is offering feast defined listeners. Ten percent off their order on spanks dot com use the code feast at checkout. That's s p a n x dot com with promo code feast for ten percent off order today. The covid pandemic israeli changing our culture. Certainly changing the way we think about architecture for example a lot of architects are looking at how buildings breathe the gym. That we go to is installed like Electric units kind of to purify the air. And so we'll. I think we'll probably see a lot more of those kinds of things where i i remember a song talking about. You know where we might. Hopefully we'll see a culture of where you know right now. You have kobe symptoms. Everybody's like stay home. Stay home. And i just think of times. I've gone to work. You know when i had a cold or i had flu symptoms that it was. You know you kind of have to way. Do i go get paid today or do i stay home. So hopefully see a professional culture that normalizes. Like if you're not feeling well stay home. You know now. You're originally from new orleans. Nolan's orleans knee eliahu new orleans new orle- orleans nevada audio. I mean i'd be the best judge my friends laugh at me because you don't have your door liens accent like i've lived there my whole life. I don't know where it went from there. Which is no new orleans. The party city you went to l. a. and now you're in georgia louisiana louisiana. Sorry i'm reading your notes here. You know what when. I was a kid and i would watch the love boat and they would go from. La too like 'cause you mail in mexico or are puerto vallarta. I would look at the map. And i'd be like how the heck did that book get all the way around south america go from la because it would say l. a. On the map. Data all the way over to puerto vallarta and i was just like and then somebody who's like notes. Elliot's los angeles. I was so back to the quite for a year. We'll we'll talk about that in your therapy so It new orleans then. You're in georgia now and the party cities where are you in the state of georgia in atlanta. I'm right outside of atlanta and cater. But i'm i'm literally like two exits away from atlanta. So when people ask i tell them. I'm from i live in atlanta stacey abrams single handedly saved the country. I'd ever get my credit america. Right now is breathing somewhat of a sigh of relief that you know we came this close to the brink of fascism and it really was progressives in georgia that you know turned a very narrow You know tragedy into something that where we you know the fact that we american saw all these geno that guy with the horns and the for going to the to the capitol building a and it was just like there were so bizarre and strange challenging and to me in a lot of ways kind of like really glad that you know twenty twenty. Racism not only had a face but it was like a just a really bizarre twisted face that everybody recognized you know with for and horns. It made us look at it differently in the sense that racism definitely impacts of vic terms. But we saw how glued some people were to white supremacy that we let somebody who was totally incompetent like a racist at least be a competent racist. But we were so behind like as a nation. We were so behind this person's racism that we allow them to totally ruin their response to global pandemic. You know it's like how far do we go to allow racism that i mean. That was his platform building. The wall between the us and mexico like very racist platform totally ignored the fact that he was incompetent at doing everything else. You know because he sold. And when i say is i mean as a nation. Mike sold on a tree putting this wall and and banning muslims wow is like loss as a nation by endorsing that like fueled rhetoric and politics. It's tricky and it's it's hard. It's really hard to get. You know white people to to see that you know part of the reason why we don't have national health care why we don't have an education system You know keep the rich and powerful and power and they use racism as a tool and it's they're just so blinded to it and just like it's so hard to get like wake up a thousands of dead because of it exactly. I mean best still. That's one of those things. I'm still kind of unpacking. Boggles my mind. Even at the end of this like still almost half the country wanted him still in power. You know like what they did. They're gone. They're still there with their voting in the midterm. So we have to make sure. We don't let how to obama in that midterm happen to us again. What do you want stacey. Abrams to fix all the problems us please. You know she's like i'm on vacation right now. We're doing right now. Oh i'm sure she's having fun somewhere. I hope she's at least a foot massage or something breaks..

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"orle" Discussed on Mother, May I Sleep With Podcast?

Mother, May I Sleep With Podcast?

08:00 min | 10 months ago

"orle" Discussed on Mother, May I Sleep With Podcast?

"Less than minimum wage and only for six months out of the year and like. Yeah yeah but the rest. But you're not allowed to have another job. You can't when you're a cheerleader. You can have other gigs right. Can't have another gig when you play professional baseball because you're constantly on the road rayo. He wanted to do something. Nice for me and i remember him anything he would spend money on. I'd be like what are you doing. You have no money. What did you buy this with. And i would get so frustrated. I was just like he just and it just made me realize like oh you've never had money so you're inherently bad with it because you don't know what it's like to save money two types of people with when it comes to money there's savers and spenders and my husband just. He has no concept of saving south. Because that's just not the background he comes from you know he's never really had a ton of money so he just lives paycheck to paycheck and he's comfortable with that whereas me. I would rather stack up bills and shoe boxes in my garage like it's the great depression you know. Frugal are all so frugal. In my how do i d i y this you know what i mean no no i realized yeah. You realize very quickly the things that you can. Diy and the things that you cannot diy especially when it lost you sell in pampering things like that where they're like. Here's a quick way to make like face scrub and you're like you break out three days later. You're like well. That's an epic fail for me. You know like. I would just do things just slightly wrong. Ended up doing an absolute disaster. Do you watch that shit on tiktok all the time. Oh yeah one of my girlfriends. Her name's orally. She works on the hallmark channel. She's like president. Diy person she's a great follow orle- or shawny murphy She's really good on youtube to and tell you what i honestly coming up with great. Diy stuff. i'm gonna follow her eye notoriously. I'm not a fan of the hallmark network. I o his joke about that because people always want me to watch hallmark christmas movies. But i'm gonna follow her one hundred percent just through happy. We just the happier lifetime no. It's like a joke. Like i mostly just I know it's a. It's a bit because i don't watch like the christmas movies. That's either like who you are. Who you aren't i don't have. I don't think i've been. I've been in the emotional place to be that happy about a life like a hallmark christmas movie. My in laws watchet nonstop. They've been watching it since july. it's. I'm like what are you. It's a lie. No it's huge. It's like and so many people love it we have. We got a patriotic exclusive. Podcast guys twelve months of christmas. I that our guys. Joe and david host. But this like. I personally don't cover hallmark but people always like. Hey will you do this movie. And i look it up in its hallmark. I'm like you guys. I wish you wouldn't have been on garage sale mysteries with laurie laughlin like three years ago. Exactly on for who i am but the lifetime bitch. I followed your friend though. I'm excited for that and the diy stuff on. I'm not. I ruin stuff i would. I would glue it together wrong. The first time. I tried to make a vertical garden. You know when that was all the rage like you take palettes and then you'd put suck succulents in them and my girlfriend was like. Oh i'll help you with it. Because she acts like she's super handy but she. I bought everything toby too. But she's like oh you can skip the step and the step was like chicken wire that essentially would be it would be the structure that holds everything together when you get it right side up and so in that part basically when we flipped vertically after weeks of it sitting and it was supposed to like have settled and like be ready to be flipped up. Everything just fell out of it. And all over. I lived in an apartment at the time. And so there's just soil all over my balcony and i'm just like well that habits like the weeks of build up. I thought i was going to have this cute little outdoor vertical garden on my patty. My apartment patio and it was just an epic diy fail. Oh wow yeah. I know that my mom would not the chicken wire. And she's very crafty. That's exactly the step my mom was get. We don't need to do this. No like because of by the way. Why would you think you need to. If you aren't skilled in this particular type of vertical wall which is unpredictable to most of us unpredictable gravity not unpredictable. That you forget how having a wet plants are all the time anyway. Move moving forward so yokum wants to know why she likes. Liz so much in sparks is like well on west. And i were having problems as a couple years ago. I bought her book and he's like listen. She's a good doctor but sometimes people just snap. And like here's a thing isn't sparks being obsessed with her book liga conflict of interest It kind of is think. So it's like when you. I think if this would've gone to trial like if they would've tried her if they thought they could if they thought they could take her to trial for the death of rob. I think they would have had a really hard time. Finding anyone not like they would have to move the location of the trial because everyone in philadelphia would know her. You know what. I mean the family. She's got book sow and the fact that she's got this public persona. It would have been very hard to find people that hadn't in some way been impacted by her I think about it. That would be like if dr drew or like adam corolla like people that we grew up listening to give us like advice when we were teenagers and going for sure. Yeah if they went out and did something stupid got arrested for it and went to a public trial that we all got to watch like. How is that going to be a fair trial. You're right. I feel like dr. Liz is probably in when you put it that way. It all depends on if she's nationally syndicated or not right. If you're not you know. I sure yeah but okay. So he's we all know delilah. Okay one hundred percents. So he's like listen. She's maybe you know she's a good doctor but she's not and he's like they're going to. We're going to keep looking for this james guy but in the meantime he wants to be open other possibilities so in lisbon her lawyer meet with the cops and lawyers very like. You're wasting my clients. Time which i love like i dream of hiring a lawyer. That's that aggressive in an investigation. Like that unlisted. maya suspect. Do you think i killed my husband blah and yokels like. Listen we've seen it before one partner is doing well in their career. Get some fame. Some money and things aren't going well in the marriage. She's like rob had nothing to do with this. James did it. He told her aka kyle. Did he told her. Yoga master. y Kyle would tell her that. It's information that would be in his best interest to withhold and she's obviously about like a lose it repeating her side of the story. She was like trying to be like yeah. He was literally trying to kill me in my home. That's why he told me that Better lawyer interrupts and says you don't ask questions so basically that wraps up and The lawyer gets them out of their tells you that they have. They don't have a good case against her and is not worried about that. She's worried about the fact that there's a psychopath there who's trying to killer. It's just a matter of time and that's a really good point liz. She should be like witness protection but she should be better than in a safe house. Where also she's making she's a liability for the.

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"orle" Discussed on Tha Boxing Voice

Tha Boxing Voice

03:39 min | 1 year ago

"orle" Discussed on Tha Boxing Voice

"GOING I. He got a squeaky dog on on over there. What's going on with wd forty status? Who want out the new Orle-. News. He comes from. The Oh. All Down with Sammy Erman was happening. And Dog Chill enough is a shrimp fried rice. Nominee. Zone. Show, prize on a bag. You gotta arrest the Seafood Seafood. Night. Daniel Iota Allen Right now. You, know as well. We we we we go out for the for the payback views. You Know Sam people fueled ain't did. fucking live live Would you. Would you said would you think of that performance though? I mean, that was a salad performing to me how you feel about it sound like you probably be real critical. Guy. I. I already said it was beautiful I think he did better than both both of the mother do. Be To. Look at it look at the rounds that he put the bag like. Close around at that. I gave. Derek. Changle. What would you game the twelve round? That was kind of. Pilot could. Data swung swing it well. I mean you can find about maybe three. That's what I'm saying. To give them to three maybe four, you squint your eyes in. The lights dim the lights winter is maybe Where you could maybe find four form I don't know. Maybe they say heard him I don't know maybe some people gave him a found. Well, New Right here changle a couple at times like he might have. He got into by shot put. Aside that may take everything right on the. Chin. Like. Being. That may eight him like another hold up wait we want you mean. Sally points. Like met. Not. Next here by the Komo of inequity still. I mean I hear what you're saying but I, don't know why using Kineticoaz as the. Associate and Charleville canal I mean I suppose the. that. Guy That break out some whiskey. IS ALL NO I. I agree with you. Know. I think I think miracle for the stabbing Going for it just ain't having form I. think it'd be stuck to the jam. Could he could have got doctor to come in style that stick to do do phase was messed up man oh? Yeah. Do stick that Jabber live in moved, but you know he will trying to. Louis, people's you'll you're trying to spectacular? Let God does. This. Now Lean. Bader from. There you go. New Orleans and no stand-up listen. never-ending.

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"orle" Discussed on Tha Boxing Voice

Tha Boxing Voice

07:03 min | 1 year ago

"orle" Discussed on Tha Boxing Voice

"And you mean that we could talk boxing and maybe make a little bit of coin together a little bit Aucoin, but it's going to take. Everybody. As a commute after four. You know what they say that it takes a community to raise a child will it takes a community to win a bet? DOES WE'RE GONNA lose community gotta get strong. Absolutely. We're going to need the insight of all of the very good. Call the stone bone. Brandon. DB X.. Killa cows. So. Essentially you're parts. So if you're part of this Betting show you're essentially part of the war room right? This is where we all just. Just you know think think think until we get to the best choice. So that's yeah. Harley a usually I mean obviously, we do some straight bets and I'm kicking myself because I was super confident and I, didn't pick mccaw school on a bet because I didn't make any bets I didn't make any beds but here in. Donald Banks who are no now for like five years make over twelve, hundred, two fifty not that I would have ever been to the I think there's just That's just too rich for my blue but. But. Be Okay boxing expert. La. La. La La Yeah Lamis. Much. Iowa. Boxing expert man. That's he's doing. Funny. On charl yeah. He saying the Charles Oh yeah. I mean. It's a famous Spanish someting. So it's called La Vaca it's specifically. You know it's GonNa go ahead if you ain't never heard of that. but year man. Yeah. So where we were, we were going to call us trae in the bay. We were saying. In. A. Lot of the show man awesome which handled the Mario. Call you out on basketball fan. You don't think a lot of that is muscle memory your that I q who pass the ball until I? Just think catch addicts basketball the dowager. Let that go Also to your man said that The cash five zero spirits wouldn't be the cash out I'm just saying I ain't more bigger five when they'd be more money. It's kind of my guest not really now considered you gotta split the pot. Yes in-house fight. So it's that's that would be more of the cash off there will be looking for a long rix lines I don't agree with. So you think you think that that would make more money now than Garcia if I just think would bring crazy me the UK walk the fight US defy everybody wants to see that fight man I I still think even splitting the park that'll be a big fight that's just my common sense and I'm no business manager at Newton. And there was one other thing that I had. In my bring more money into Taliban. Put think for Earl, like you gotta look at what they would want best like in a situation where they think that URL is gone right they don't want to give that fight to Crawford. So then what he can beat a damaged goods earl and then they don't promote them ever again. No they wanted to be an inhouse fighter PBC so that anybody that beats gets to keep that Luster A. To keep those bell. They get to dictate the terms after that. You know what I'm saying. So the Terence Crawford fight is still out there for whatever PBC fighter ends up beating earl and you know I it's just one of those things where I think ultimately he's wrong I I I don't believe it but at the end of the day, we'll see I don't ride with Rick said but I'm just saying if you're using it logically if you're if you're just going to agree with them and let's just say he's right for the for the argument. They want they want to keep that stuff. Own All righty. Then we're going out to J T, and new Orle-. These bitches sport. Resilient. Hey. Robbery with. Way I want to talk to you. Have a problem and turn off your station. All righty then key. In Florida. I opened the door for audiences in all of sports to go back to the way it wasn't Jesus same. Making ten million. Dollars. I'm not really worried about what he may. Apply I. Want. The. Piano. Look. For. Oh I couldn't hear y'all for nothing but but yeah, not good interview man I missed a missed part of that interview man both from what I did hear it was pretty good interview. Rick Rommel's talking kind crazy. Talk my Eddie hearn is Nike. I know about that one on lackey do numbers man you could verify. On the way to earn numbers looking. But That was really A. Pretty the. Word that's all I got my appreciate. Thanks for calling in. We're going out to King Mean Jersey. Red. Kings went up. TB. It's going cool and man I didn't say nothing earlier about the Gary Russell thing I just think Gary Russell by. Taking, a page out of agent voters books talking Real Greasy he make it into the ring and may be pushing shoving at the press conference but he's a boxer handily a fight. He's GonNa get to that rain all start dancing and balance in a row. But if the fight is made but may try to hurt him. and. Then if you end up getting hurt is is going to be.

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"orle" Discussed on Best Friends with Nicole Byer and Sasheer Zamata

Best Friends with Nicole Byer and Sasheer Zamata

07:20 min | 1 year ago

"orle" Discussed on Best Friends with Nicole Byer and Sasheer Zamata

"You hit a speed bump then they're going up. You know who would beg to differ people who've survived tornadoes. I'm sure they're titties got lifted as the twists in came by. Their whole body. Just needs to. The ground and the winds shifted titties. I'm a stand my ground I. don't care what Tornados come in my away. Laughing in their face. That's that's who I think begs to differ. I don't remember what I was going with that. Are you driving topless. Cheap yeah. Okay Yeah. I'm just trying to do things that make me happy being topless. My jeep makes me happy. Yeah, I signed up. I bought them Tarot Cards. And I signed up for a workshop to about them. Then I. Got, the time wrong and they offered an email me the zoom link right beforehand, so I was like dude wins this class it happen and I looked at the email and I was like started like forty minutes ago and so I I emailed. I was like where is the lake? And they sent it and I logged on and I. Miss The whole explanation. Major Arcana and then they're like now. You got to break out rooms, which is like a smaller room of the zoom and like do reading for another person individually. But I found a different class that I can take. That's good I was actually really really sad because I was like. This is the only thing I was looking forward to today. What's going on this year? You've been having scheduling issues. ME. No. I mean yesterday was up, but. Will. There was this other one that you were trying to take a class and you missed it to. Maybe that was a while ago I? Don't remember. Time is really just a creep in and going fast. It's very weird. I did mess up yesterday. I thought were recording Oh. Boy hold chain of the I. Didn't know I, texted Nicole. The night before I thought I was being helpful. I did the opposite I was like okay. Get ready for tomorrow morning. We're recording. And then it was like ten thirty ceiling from Kimmy, and I was like why. Where's the link? That I texted her and she was like. Oh No recording tomorrow. TOLD NICOLE! This ruined every. It's an a whole chain of events because Monday night I was like an I wrote it down correctly in my planner, but I trusted my friend. Who's always like you ran and things down? You never helpful you heat rave, relive formation debt and I said Oh. My friend said it's happening. Tuesday, not Wednesday okay, so let me move this meeting that I have at eleven to twelve thirty, and then they couldn't do it. And then it was like twelve, and then move other thing that I had to do to a little bit later and I was like all right set, and then you're like not today and I was like Oh! Well then I moved. My cove has to Wednesday at that time. Okay I'll ask again and they're like no Nicole. We move this twice now and I was like Okay Hey. Sorry. I didn't know it's okay. It's okay. I could have done my due diligence and open my planner, but I didn't do that, so it's my fault as well listen. We are at fault football football. That! We are farmers from darn from far from farm I think. that. Farmers! DOT DOT DOT COM. Above not a farmer, the farmer. Smarter. Farmers. Been spoken to you in a really long time. It has been long. I didn't wake you up to figure out how to pronounce Crayon. Wildest way. The. People say. Graham. Jordan you. On. Laughing because I was taught in school, it was. It was not pronounced crown, but it was pronounced Crayon yeah. Cra but I always said crowd growing up that so there's a why. An End Crayon I was five years old. Kimmy how did you say it? I said Crayon. Yes. Maybe, Thing. I'm not from California or a coastal. Maybe coastal people say on the. Crown, maybe yeah, because we asked Matteo and he's. Maybe yeah may mid Westerners say. Crown. Then Jamila. Heuser said WHO's my roommate. He said Cran. He was like Crown Crown. We've enjoyed not Jordan Jordan's in here. With. He was like what and we were both like what, but then he says Cran's. It's it's I was shook. 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"orle" Discussed on Full Cast And Crew

Full Cast And Crew

11:56 min | 2 years ago

"orle" Discussed on Full Cast And Crew

"This is the seed where where j Fatah's character kind of grows up in the sense of like embracing things very clumsily awkwardly but over the course of the scene really does take on this liberated persona and I think that scene a super funny and I thought she did Did a great job with a little of Dali. Pardon as door or a Li. Oh Sweet Youtube hold on getting there now. Not Violet Tori Lee. Try speaking to the MIC thoroughly computer computer. Here we go new Orle- would you grab your pad and bring your pretty stationed here please. Yes Sir aw right there. What turnaround the second? Something wrong. Something on Madrid's. Nothing's wrong matter of fact everything's very very right. Shall we begin Mr Heart. Take alert to Vernon Henshaw over metropolitan mutual. Dear burn as you know. The Chairman of the Board of consolidated companies Mr Russell tens worthy. He spends most of his time in Brazil. Working on the jungle clearance operation off. All right. Let me let me let me help you with a million dollar tank doorly. Yes about my conduct in the office. Yesterday I got a little carried away. Ought to apologize to you. Don't you worry about it Mr Hard. I've I've been chased by swift amend the new and I been got yet. Shall we get back our letter half but could you just come over here here for second. I have a little something for you. You know ever since I made that stupid mistake about the convention in San Francisco I almost heart. You didn't make a mistake. You See. I'll just have to make sure that the next time I'm asked to go to work at a convention that there is a convention going on these scenes are so good. Yeah you know. And there's three of them where you get to see Dabney being different with each woman intern dismissive of Jane. She's not attractive enough for him to pay attention to dismiss downright mean. Oh yeah he gets. She gets his anger scorn. You know when she fucks up at the copy machine he just reduces reduces her to tears with violet. It's he recognizes that it's a meeting of equals if not she being his superior. Intellectual Was Dorothy Lee. He views purely as sex objects but because we have Dolly Parton playing the role. She's able to show us how women have to do all the work in this circumstance. It's by work. I mean she has to both do her job and also find excuses for his inexcusable. Behavior does only giving it and taking it on on as just part of what's the expression for something like the cost of doing business like this is if I'm going to be working in this environment in this world. This is what I'm putting up with as you put it like. I've been chased by swifter men than you and ain't saying like Oh it's not your fault. It's my fault next time you just have to make sure there is a conference like she's got to do that that part of the job. We now have a toll free telephone number. That's right would light listeners. To Call US money log in so I can figure out what our number is because I purposely chose a good one. What we want you to do is something like call us and Lisa message specific to that Chris? You could say anything. You want suggestions of what we should should. You shouldn't do that. You've got to watch all the way through whenever it's on things you Hayden movies. I would think that something we would have fun with. These people said. I want you guys to address this trope. Let let us find some examples to say we got this voice mail from a listener. And they mentioned this film ACC- trope call US toll. Free eight five five seven five five five five three two two. That's eight five five seven five five five three two two. That is very memorable. Eight five five seven five five five three we do now Chris. Going to record a clever voicemail thing so that when you call you're going to hear him he's GonNa figure out how to do. Have Value added so the the commentary track track chaotic. Because they're not in the same location. It's the three main actors in Jane's producer. WHO's kind of trying to keep things rolling but it because they're not in the same place and I don't think any of them Eh? Done a commentary track more. There's a lot of talking over each other and not knowing what's going on. It's kind of hilarious. It's been described as chaotic and self-congratulatory. I don't think that the person writing that meant that mean spiritedly. It's that there's a lot of celebration of how amazing everybody is everything. And there's not a lot of discussion because there's so many great actors. Also populating feeling the movie Secretary who drinks too much the evil spy. These are great Broadway caliber theater actors. That populate Right Elizabeth Wilson Peggy Pope is the the the one you mentioned a first and if you watched canary in the seventies and eighties It's also funny that this is one of those things and like you said a lot of these people due to the nature during the time when it was made their faces look so familiar and yet looking down there. IMDB page like Henry Jones for example. Because he's got such distinct to face. A lot of his stuff is is in television so I don't know if I remember him from that particular episode of murder. She wrote over here tell me he was on. He was not on Columbo but he was on Mrs Limbo with Kate. Mulgrew Kate mulgrew. Yeah but you as a Colombo Fan yes. Well fans putting it mildly but something. I reserve a large portion of my life your head. Where do you find the time I doesn't? Mrs Didn't Mrs Colombo die in one of the episodes of her own show no of his show. Well one of the brilliant things about Colombo was you never. Were quite sure if there wasn't Mrs Kla because you never saw her in actual Colombo uh-huh referred to her all the time but because the character was show mysterious in so many ways. You're never quite sure if there was a Mrs Researching sex in the Mary. Detective the guy who he was in candyman that was the opposite. He was in couldn't find that but when reading about I read that there was also an episode came. I guess one or two later like Farewell Mrs Colombo which I think the description made it sound like she did die? You know I'd have to look up. Farewell Mrs Colombo and Remember. Did you watch Mrs Colombo the TV series now because that to me he is a demarcation point. Here where your love for Colombo. Jews is going to be tested. If you decide to go well down the spin off this this is my question is Browner Mrs Colombo Fan. Probably she solves crimes as a reporter raising your little daughter which does make the question like did they get divorced. I do we as viewers as friends. Do we have to choose. who were on the side of the remake wicker man? It's best just to pretend it doesn't exist. What does that what does that? What is that Dolly Parton yes. JABBA MURAT FROM RADIO LAB has a new podcast about Dolly Parton. I just got into this last night. L. Listen to the first two episodes. It's stunningly brilliant. What's it called Dolly Parton it's called America. I highly recommend this for people. It came about because Jay album rods father ended up treating Dolly Parton in Tennessee hospital and he became friends with Dolly Parton and through that Jad got thinking about Dolly Parton and attended a Dolly Parton concert and was struck. By how this one figure had brought together many of the factions of American life that typically nothing in common mega hat wearing trump supporter and drag queens dressed as Dolly parton example. This podcast investigates her life. which is incredible talent and the pain and sadness at the center center of a lot of Dolly Parton music and Public Persona? And that's one of the things that is lacking in the commentary if you don't figure out how to get underneath it you're going to get from Dahlie a very polished performance. Even when she's talking in an ad Lib setting like recording of the metairie which is very her though. It's heard her interviewed before. I haven't listened to the PODCAST. I listened to somebody else talking about the podcast closer now but in that they were saying that quite a bit is spent on her role as a feminist earnest is sheer isn't she a feminist. I think is very interesting especially considering the public persona that she does put across which she's very conscious and she talks about how conscious of it she's an entertainer minor through and through in the best way possible because I don't think she ever sacrifices her intelligence or dignity even when she allows herself to be a part of a joke. Exactly there's also a generational difference Moore's as to how you view feminism as a feminist depending on where you are in your life your living but I think one thing that you do find if you read quotes from her and listen to her is there is a steel spine at the center of it that is unbending and whatever other people might put on her take away from her or assume they will well of course always be wrong as people who do that always are but it will never hurt her because there is a strengthening intelligence the persona of her and her real personal life. are distanced. Talk about how her husband is never seen younger and yet at the same time they're one in the same it show business and then she says in the podcast cast. He's trying to ask her. Did you ever bother you to be the butt of so many jokes and she said no because I figured looking the way I did they were GonNa make jokes anyway so I might as well make the Joe and I'm in control the situation and on feminism thing. It's funny the first episode. The first half sort of does a nice little historical getting us up to a certain place and then the second half of the first episode can it gets taken over by some of the producers of the podcast talking about feminism in their own experiences with feminism only to then arrive at this critical interview point with Dolly. Where Jad do you consider in yourself? A feminist pops the whole balloon. That had just been inflated saying God no like she will not have that label. Of course. It's much more nuanced. You can't be the kind of wounds that she is the strong negotiator. The star the right without being a feminist in the sense of taking care of herself as so two is all about her relationship with Puerto Wagner ragner. WHO's TV show really made Dali Star in for whom she wrote the Song I will always love you play you a little bit here Chris? I know you probably don't you're not familiar with it I hear this a lot. This version people keep sending me links to the the Dalai version whichever or the Houston version. Just a lot of people will always love me. Oh I see. I didn't get the joke. You remain took a little for takes. The podcast makes the point that this song has been hit in three different decades. A number one hit in three different decades very hard to think of any other song. Where that's the case? Are there three different versions or is it her. Assumedly the Whitney Houston one an and then the AL version on the commemorative flopping forget also went number one number one what. I don't know what the three versions died. I just heard it on a podcast Chris. Good enough chat in at in go figure it out anyway. Check.

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"orle" Discussed on Drunken Confessions

Drunken Confessions

13:06 min | 2 years ago

"orle" Discussed on Drunken Confessions

"That's not even on the topic I know we left off and it's not on topic types of relationships here here we love his love depends on what kind of mood you're in anyway. I just I my personal advice. Is You have one chance at this life. I don't care what religion you are what you believe in but you got one chance instead this life if you're not living it to the fullest and I'm sorry but Saxon orgasms that's living it to the fullest if you're not having that you're missing out people for people there are a sexual that's not a part of what makes living life to the fullest to them which is great because they have other expectations of their life but I feel like they're still missing out on something she here's the thing there's not an trying to insult anybody. No I haven't had deep conversations with this guy but but by and large every a sexual person that I've talked to over the course of my life has had some sort of trauma in their past that has put them in that space now. I guess I don't know anybody that is a sexual sexual. Mean legal masturbation nation to that means. They're not spending sexy which is crazy because I think inherently our emotions. Ah Come from a sexual place you know like everything that's driven about. you know interpreting life sorry about turning but it comes from sexual place it Lizard Brain Yeah Yeah exactly yes morial urge. Yes live believe phrase part of yourself reproduce produce anybody who's a sexual but I have to. I agree with fiene Dave. They're on the right track where I'm going is there are issues that even if I'm not saying go out and bone everybody by you need to look deeper into yourself and see what's really going right and also not every person who's as sexual has had that experience but I do believe that when people close themselves off like sexually sexually it's emotional too so there is a part of you that limiting yourself yeah well. I can't you say that because I don't want to feel bad. If something ever happened to anybody that I've ever known that's a sexual. No no I get what you're saying yeah like I think we're all on the same page. I respect your choices and we understand are. We're just because it's drunken. Confessions were drinking. I are putting area. Just I the respect it but I don't understand it there. You Go. That's okay. I suspect a lot of things our listeners are sexual hit us up yeah yeah. I'll drink soda. Aren't we WANNA learn so we're. We are educating amy so I'm educated. Every day actually brings us to one one another one. We have two more on here we do. We do you call it. The next one is pan sexual which I find interesting because I know somebody who's Pan Yeah. We're not talking about. We're not talking about Shakespeare. I'm a fucking so PM sexual as somebody who does not not associate themselves as gender and does not use gender as a qualification for who they are attracted to and this is another one that casts had to educate eight me on you know what if he would have would have would appear in sexual I know 'cause I know somebody who is right so yeah so it's it's a very interesting lifestyle they don't they don't it's just it's gender free which is kind of a beautiful freeing wearing tank or wearing blue were playing with trucks or playing with barbies are getting done I do. I love the concept of this. I do love the concept of this because like you said you don't have to worry about freedom. Yeah it gives you know people. Just I see your own thing. It is GonNa be love who you WANNA be made ship and a life with who you want to and I love that I tell wherever I don't want whenever you want and be with whoever you want. Whenever you want Yup totally asshole then you're good well? I think that I'm the only bisexual human in this room. I might be wrong. I don't know you Henry US so glad you're not making prejudgments. Good judgment. I'm the Pan. Sexual is probably the closest okay call myself. I just WANNA clarify so the definition that was given is not necessarily the definition that is correct. Oh the definition of Pan Sexual Pan Sexual people are attracted to people regardless of their gender not that they have. You've not okay then I hope the Vasan I know this guy who is paying sexual does identify themselves with the job say different thing. How does that sleep yeah well? I guess it doesn't because that's exactly what it sounds like. That's what I was GonNa say I see no oh and they're like and I like them. It's not necessarily about because you have tits or you have a Desi Joe Kelley care awesome and like we connect so so so is that considered bisexual pants okay amherst feelings about love rather than something physical no in the world today I was going to start a law and order the world of sexuality separate uniquely important groups No. You've got no so you've got. You've got guys that identify as guys. You've got guys that identify girls. You've got girls girls girls that are Nevada's guys a pan sexual says I I I forget. I'm not an show I got you. I got your back. What you identify Fayaz I'm into you? which is I think different than bisexual because like bisexual is someone who is who are bisexual typically someone who is identified to both both men and women whereas a pan sexual is you know what you might be the bushiest Butch Bull Oh God I hate that thing? I see what you're saying. Okay you just like who you like what it is. You appreciate cume humans for who they are about my question. Here's my question to you. What are you doing later ring that? I live alone being much. I guess I learned something today. Yeah see we're always about the edge of the table like three inches. Hire a lifting on your side Dave New Orle- happen long. You're supposed to counterbalance it. The only other alert really other relationships we came up with were swingers. 'cause that's the toll another thing that's just how many people can asleep within one night kind of thing. No matter are who you're in a relationship with so they got that one and then the other one is just a friends with benefits. Are Those really like super defin- aw that's your last one anymore. No we're we're. We can't take up five hours. We have unlimited right so so so yeah and that's and that's that no no no You're you're married and you like an open relationship but it's more of a party which is kind of fun to manage for the story that I had married couple. Apple tried to pick me up out of the room. I didn't know it was going on and figured it out. Ah No no no you didn't figure out I'm sorry all right I was with figured it out and we kept telling you and you're like no no and then all of a sudden hall all of a sudden they so nice and they're buying on my drink telling me about the Super Hotel Room they have it was likely on the ass talk to her and that her his hers wife wasn't getting upset and then and I kept telling her no amy they want both want you and then all of a sudden he comes over places around amy and then the female comes up is playing with her hair and he's like Oh exports no life hall often. She's like I. I tell you gotTA. She's she's like I don't know what to do with people at dollar for every time I heard that sorry Dave I know what to do and right across my forehead but apparently is open to swingers is on my forehead. Everyone's on this ever ever happened to me and you've never accepted as an only appear under mach light now so it happened on vacation with my mother Oregon right next to pick me up there. I'm here with my mother and you can go. Sorry mom I gotta go. This is an important the other end of the bar amy's like she mouths me helped me and I knew what was going on so it was great drunken confession time all right all right. I don't have a bell really to get more seconds. It's really Jeremy My new bond. Jeremiah minute phone ran out of here. He will modify this one to make it suck less nine wait. That's the model podcast Detroit which is another podcast. That's about to start because I'm going to start. It and I'm not waiting for anybody. I'm just GONNA do it. Can Can I do that with you yeah. Yeah I got this. Well actually took hold on multiple. AH context more hey why is every bride smiling when she walks down the aisle because she does. She's giving her less blowjob. Hey Uh uh okay what her so. Have you ever walked in on and I will modify this to or been walked in on while having sex yes yep. Unfortunately you know I wrote my Dick once because of this oh I I feel like this has no merit Noah here in my first marriage. She had a son and two okay. No no I know like this is how bad this was in like. She and I were doing our thing like I thought she'd she had locked the doors. She thought I locked the door and like he walked in the room and dude like I- levitated like an motherfucker and like then like landed landed Dick I on the mattress and that shit hurt my heart goes out to you so I gotTa Tell Ya so speaking of that story so my husband and I the kids were all gone. We decided we're going to get have fun. Yeah you know so we were in our bedroom but my husband being a entrepreneur and being tom being he's like take out. I have to have my phone because I'm expecting a call seriously yeah. This is my life so don't judge me what the don't judge. This is asu judging but the funny thing you I'm judging him. Go ahead like crazy item okay with that authorities so anyway so he in the meantime we didn't realize is my daughter and her fiance had.

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"orle" Discussed on PodcastDetroit.com

PodcastDetroit.com

10:35 min | 2 years ago

"orle" Discussed on PodcastDetroit.com

"Sir. I said lizard brain on wall instincts. That's not even on the topic. I know we left off and it's not on topic types of relationships here here we love his love depends on what kind of mood you're in anyway. I just i my personal advice. Is you have one chance at this life. I don't care what religion you are what you believe in but you got one chance instead this life if you're not living it to the fullest and i'm sorry but saxon orgasms that's living it to the fullest if you're not having that you're missing out people for people there are a sexual that's not a part of what makes living life to the fullest to them which is great because they have other expectations of their life but i feel like they're still missing out on something she here's the thing there's not an trying to insult anybody. No i haven't had deep conversations with this guy but but by and large every a sexual person that i've talked to over the course of my life has had some sort of trauma in their past that has put them in that space now. I guess i don't know anybody. That is a sexual sexual. Mean legal masturbation nation to that means. They're not planning section which is crazy because i think inherently our emotions. Ah come from a sexual place. You know like everything that's driven about. <hes> you know interpreting life sorry about turning but <hes> it comes from sexual place it lizard brain yeah yeah exactly yes morial urge. Yes live believe phrase part of yourself. Reproduce produce anybody who's a sexual but i have to. I agree with fiene dave. They're on the right track where i'm going is there are issues that even if i'm not saying go out and bone everybody by you need to look deeper into yourself and see what's really going right and also not every person who's as sexual has had that experience but i do believe that when people close themselves off like sexually sexually it's emotional too so there is a part of you that limiting yourself yeah well. I can't you say that because i don't want to feel bad. If something ever happened to anybody that i've ever known that's a sexual. No no i get what you're saying yeah like. I think we're all on the same page. I respect your choices and we understand are. We're just because it's drunken. Confessions were drinking. I are putting area. Just i the respect it but i don't understand it there. You go. That's okay. I suspect a lot of things our listeners are sexual hit us up yeah yeah. I'll drink soda. Aren't we wanna learn so we're. We are educating amy so i'm educated. Every day actually brings us to one one another one. We have two more on here we do. We do you call it. The next one is pan sexual which i find interesting because i know somebody who's fan yeah. We're not talking about. We're not talking about shakespeare. I'm a fucking so p._m. Sexual as somebody who does not not associate themselves as gender and does not use gender as a qualification for who they are attracted to and this is another one that casts had to educate eight me on you know what if he would have would have would appear in sexual i know 'cause i know somebody who is right so yeah so it's it's a very interesting lifestyle they don't they don't it's just it's gender free which is kind of a beautiful freeing wearing tank or wearing blue were playing with trucks or playing with barbies are getting done i do. I love the concept of this. I do love the concept of this <hes> because like you said you don't have to worry about freedom yeah. It gives people just to see your own thing. It is gonna be love who you wanna be made ship and a life with who you want to and i love that i however i don't want whenever you want and be with whoever you want. Whenever you want yup totally asshole then you're good well. I think that i'm the only bisexual human in this room. I might be wrong. I don't know you henry us so glad you're not making prejudgments. Good judgment. I'm the pan. Sexual is probably the closest. Okay call myself. I just wanna clarify so the definition that was given is not necessarily the definition that is correct. Oh the definition of pan sexual pan sexual people are attracted to people regardless of their gender not that they have. You've not okay then. I hope the vasan i know this guy who is paying sexual does identify themselves with the job say different thing. How does that sleep yeah well. I guess it doesn't because that's exactly what it sounds like. That's what i was gonna say. I see no oh and they're like and i like them. It's not necessarily about because you have tits or you have a desi joe kelley care awesome and like we connect so so so is that considered bisexual pants okay amherst feelings about love rather than something physical no in the world today i was going to start a law and order the world of sexuality separate uniquely important groups no. You've got <hes> no so you've got. You've got guys that identify as guys. You've got guys that identify girls. You've got girls girls girls that event nevada's guys a pan sexual says i i i forget. I'm not an show <hes> i got you. I got your back. What you identify fayaz. I'm into you. Which is i think different than bisexual because like bisexual is someone who is who are bisexual typically someone who is identified to both both men and women whereas a pan sexual. Is you know what you might be the bushiest butch bull oh god i hate that thing. I see what you're saying. Okay you just like who you like what it is. You appreciate cume humans for who they are about my question. Here's my question to you. What are you doing later ring that. I live alone being much. I guess i learned something today. Yeah see we're always about the edge of the table like three inches. Hire a lifting on your side. Dave new orle- happen long. You're supposed to counterbalance it. The only other alert really other relationships we came up with were swingers. 'cause that's the toll another thing that's just how many people can asleep within one night kind of thing. No matter are who you're in a relationship with so they got that one and then the other one is just a friends with benefits. Are those really like super difficult. Aw that's your last one anymore. No we're we're. We can't take up five hours. We have unlimited right so so so yeah and that's and that's no no no <music>. You're you're married and you like an open relationship but it's more of a party which is kind of fun to manage for the story that i had married couple. Apple tried to pick me up out.

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"orle" Discussed on KGO 810

KGO 810

09:49 min | 2 years ago

"orle" Discussed on KGO 810

"Bachelor continuing with Laura Areco her book, the Marquis, Lafayette, reconsidered, Texas to the tragic events that we know is the French revolution begins innocently enough. With a reformist idea is January seventeen eighty seven. Our hero. Lafayette is a member of the nobility. The nobility will be the second estate. The clergy will be the first state the merchants the well to do of the country will be the third estate. And this is the king's idea of accepting challenge qualification amendments to divine, right, Laura, welfare at how does he approach the assembly of the notables all of these exchanges between the king and his subjects? We know will lurch towards the revolution Lafayette's thinking. He's optimistic. He's always optimistic because he's optimism we need to explore the characters around him because. There are doubts often whether Lafayette season, here's as we do. Thanks to you. The character of the king and the Queen marie-antoinette he has conversational relationships with them. He can meet them in the hall. He can chat with them. He can ask them to go to the balcony as we shall see going forward. Do. They regard him as a friend. How do they treat him? Well at this point. I think that they've had some mixed experiences with him, and they're not actually entirely certain what to think of him. Although there is a theory of foot that they can control him the problem in the land is money. The country's indefinite probably has been for many years. They don't really do a very careful accounting. There's a man named the comptroller of the finances. His name is Charles Alexander de Cologne. He sounds like a villain to me is the country being plunged by the by the cabinet. No, actually to be honest Kellen. I think was simply trying to correct some errors that have been made in the past. There have been incorrect report that had circulated hit. Indicated that the finances were quite stable actually turned out to be a report that involves one budgetary flights have hand with which we might be all too familiar. These days where certain costs were not actually charged against the budget. And so went unseen the three estates show up and they're met by the king, and they gather, and they create these bureaus and they're going to would minister, how does Lafayette regard, the success of these assembly of the notables does he think it's moving in a good direction. Does he have his doubts? Well at the very start. He actually thinks thinks at all he's learned is that there will be some changes to there'll be some changes to free trade that trade will be open dot that. There will be some cutbacks made to the budget. And he thinks that things will go along swimmingly the crown has a reputation well deserved for being spendthrift. You tell the diamond necklace affair. This is a cardinal do role. Hong who gives the? Queen a ridiculous. Of bunch of diamonds that turn out to be false. It's a swindle. He pays one and a half million leaves for it. And that is well known throughout the kingdom. So our royals are known as suckers the kingdom is plundered or not. And by March everyone's opinion is that the way to solve the financial problems is to cut back on expenses and the crowns ideas to raise taxes. How's that received? Not well. At this point to the nobles realize they're being used manipulated that they're stooges for the crown to do very little. Well, I think that they're starting to build up some resentment, shall we say. Cologne is a man who's under pressure and all of the people with money or two under pressure and by April of seventeen eighty seven. He's been dismissed he's been replaced by at this point. It becomes screamingly obvious to those who are reading it for the first time that this is not going in a positive direction. There are some reforms recommended and you you say that Lafayette presents himself as a reformer. Yes. How is that regarded? I mean, this is a man who associated with liberty that you that's associated with a revolution. If you look at what's going on in America. So how does reform fit into this? Well, actually at this point in France. No one thought that a revolution was possible. Least of all Lafayette. He actually writes to Washington at one point before seventeen eighty nine. He writes to Washington thing that the French will never go safaris as revolution. It's not in the French character. Lafayette, has enemies I've mentioned Cologne, but he's departed there is a man very important, man. Who's the brother of the king? He will eventually become Charles the tenth after the restoration, come to Artois. Why does he dislike Lafayette, why should he be? Why should Lafayette be suspicious? Well, Artois in Lafayette, actually, go way back they were actually at Versailles together when they were teenagers and Lafayette was something of a bumbling outsider. So our twelve never had much respect for Lafayette, but Artois is a hardliner who wants to see no reforms whatsoever. The other enemy villain unusual player is the Duke of orle- Orleans, only, all duped or law. He is a rascal and so much so as the rascal will trade, we'll see him try to survive themselves by changing stadium until he's guillotine. Why does he did dislike Lafayette? Well, because the Duke Leon is actually a cousin of the king, and he wants to set himself up as the moderate reform alternative to his to his more absolute his brother, and the thing is that he sees it Lafayette is his only real rival for control of of the center of the moderates of the reformers, the assembly of notables are regarded as success. They're going to reform the kingdom this is seventeen eighty seven. All of it comes to naught because what's ahead in eighty eight eighty nine Lafayette is writing George Washington and Jefferson is writing Lafayette, the puzzle here are they directing Lafayette after they think they're making a revolution in correspondence. And do. They regard his. Questions seriously as if he's picking their brains to reform France, I think they do actually take him quite seriously Washington had actually developed a real respect for Lafayette over the years working with him and Jefferson goes out of his way to try to tutor Lafayette in enlightenment. Philosophies and approaches to good governance. Church Washington on Lafayette, he has joy mixed with uneasiness Wisey on easy about what Lafayette's up too. Well, because to be honest, Washington's aware that Lafayette is sort of caught between two worlds that Lafayette on the one hand, his heart is with reform and with the future with American liberty. And on the other hand part of him is still very much in the French ancient system of monarchy nobility in Lafayette. It's not quite ready to give all that up yet, Jefferson's and Paris gouverneur Morris is in Paris schooner Morris is a man who takes to the French style. He shares a mistress with a man tolerant who will become extremely important and Bonaparte time right now, he's just a an ambitious clergyman with a club foot. All of this. However is extremely intimate. Everybody knows everybody else. All these large figures who will create the revolution that will lead to the destruction of the regime and a permanent war. Or for the next twenty years. They're they're not buddies their enemies in the hallway of her side. You I redecorate. Yes. Absolutely. Because their enemies in the hallway of what are the Americans make them? What is gouverneur Morris makeup Lafayette? Does he think he's foolish Guvener Mara thinks that Lafayette is through hopelessly optimistic and he thinks that Lafayette really need someone to guide him in the ways of politics there. There's climate change to about enter because there's a there's a bad drought in the spring of Eighty-eight. There's a summer hailstorm that require that destroys the winter. The the fall wheat there's famine there's inflation, and there's going to be a severe winter eighty eight to eighty nine at one point recover you recall record eighteen below zero which seems fantastic. But I'll go along with that being reported everybody. Everybody was much colder. This is preparing for eighty nine. Just lafayette. See tragedy ahead. Does he feel any of it? No, he's he's he he thinks that what they did. With the assembly of notables is adequate he thinks the estates general will now take these reforms and the king will be the king will balance itself Marla. Yes. And is that well shared among us friends. Well, you know, it's hard to say, I think that some of his friends like over marris, for instance, have a bit more of a jaded view of the world. We're going to turn now to the beginning of the troubles. It's ninety seven hundred eighty nine. We know the this is eighty nine because we know what's going to happen in the summer of eighty nine the best deal, but there's much more leading up to this and our hero. Thanks to Laura Rikio is innocent of all this Laura is it farfetched for me to say, he's an idiot savant. Well, I think that the American friends of Fayette would be very angry at me, if I let you use the word idiot, but I will say that he is he's an ingenue. I think he's naive. And I think he if easily swayed by his optimism, I'll go along with. I'm just seeing bits and pieces of the correspondence will turn to the violence next. The book is the marquee Lafayette. Reconsidered Laura Rikio is the author. I'm John Batchelor. This is the John Batchelor show..

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"orle" Discussed on Critical Role

Critical Role

01:45 min | 3 years ago

"orle" Discussed on Critical Role

"Do we know if we? Dr make your way out of here. So we're going right into. Well, that is the wild mother. She's nature. I guess. Until orle- Orleans if you could help us plot course damage damages we are heading to this get to like a port or something. They wrote here the for area. No fucking maybe over here knows about AB. Let's ask Orly Ma-maybe. Wow. Cakes. From the mid fees. Spitting a group stutter. Just barely old enough to know what that is. Wait, a max headroom. I said, you know, what it is? I didn't realize we played them until you're later. Like, really, yes. How's the actor? Within the stand as the trash. Can he was any any play the part of job and more men to? Anyway, good reading. Sorry, Mark because this is on a trade run. Vishal? I'll is part of that. Could we make port for for more extensive repairs there, it's a resource stop? It might have summer pets near experience is not a major port by namings. It's more of like a small. To resupply, Asians. You can use the nation. That's the closest thing from your experience. Nation..

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"orle" Discussed on Christopher Kimball's Milk Street Radio

Christopher Kimball's Milk Street Radio

03:50 min | 3 years ago

"orle" Discussed on Christopher Kimball's Milk Street Radio

"Calling Eric from Louisville Kentucky. How are you? I'm doing good. How can we help you? Well, first of all just want to say a big fan of all things milk street. Thanks, eric. Yeah. I work remotely out of a home office. My wife works in a normal out of the house. But we do both love to cook. In the evenings. I didn't get little things done throughout the day around the house when I'm able to squeeze in five or ten minute breaks here and there so on days when I do dinner, I really like to take care of meal prep when I can earlier in the day. But how soon is too soon like obviously, you wouldn't want to cut a banana or an apple, but I'm thinking of things like onions, mushrooms zucchini are these okay? And then additionally what about me product. I can't see any downside, and anything you just said the one thing that comes to mind is tomatoes because they don't like to be refrigerated if you're dealing with fresh tomatoes. You have to refrigerate them after you cut them, you know, are low. I don't know if you're going to cook them six hours later, if they, you know, get into trouble on the counter just say word about room temperature now. Yeah. A public disservice announcement out here are we going to get in trouble. No. I just think this American obsession with everything being refrigerated all the time. I mean, you can leave meet out a couple hours before you cook is not going to be the end of the hour since the rule. Yeah. But if it's Stu meet I'll risk it on Jons and garlic do not have to be necessarily refrigerator for a long time. I think the one thing you do want to do is cover right on the surface. We don't get accident that to some things like radishes potatoes. You put in water, of course, carrots store, the McColl water. Just put a damp paper towel on top that works. Not potatoes potatoes. You have to put in water. I think meet you could easily cut up and put in the fridge onions, garlic. No problem. Some of those other vegetables and water Apple's not I tend not to chop. Herbs until I use them. I find they get new orle-, and they get a little wet turned texture. It gets how do you feel about tomatoes would never leave it to minute fridge? Even before I cut it. Well, no, of course, not. But I'm saying f you cut it. Why wouldn't have to put the fridge? Okay. So we just leave it on the counter. Yeah. Okay. Luli counter guy. I guess we got that here. Now. Well, I mean, look the French used to leave their eggs on the counter, they never refrigerated them. You know that? Yes. Okay. So is there anything we've left out not that? I can think of so that my next question would be for something like an onion or something. That's okay. To be in the refrigerator. What's to stop me from cutting up, you know, five or six onions on a Monday to begin for the rest of the week. I think what's going to happen is over time. They're going to lose their crunch. They're going to start releasing water. I don't think they're going to have the same flavor. I don't really know. Good question Good question on the fence. on the fence about that one. The only other thing I'm thinking about is you put that stuff in your fridge. Your fridge is going to start smelling like onions, garlic, and you don't really want your apples peaches to smell on using. I'd say two days ahead fine. If you're going to cook with it in a super, Stu, it doesn't really matter if you're going to Dyson onion and use it is Ross, for example in a salad or with some grains or parsley or something that you wouldn't want to do it at a time. That's a great. Yeah. Okay. I think I'll fame day prep. Same days fun. Take care. Thanks for calling. Okay. Bye. Bye. You know, you have really adamant serious cooks author to say personal problems. This is mostly radio. I'm Christopher Kimball. Here is this week's milk street. Basic. When it comes to spinach, kale and chard. There's a lot of prep, and that's why sometimes people don't make them..

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"orle" Discussed on Buccaneers Observer

Buccaneers Observer

04:21 min | 3 years ago

"orle" Discussed on Buccaneers Observer

"Yeah, they didn't. So that was kind of disappointing. Their coverage was pretty good though. Right. There's defense. Good coverage. You have there weren't too many plays where we had wide open guys. They're probably used to that. Because they play Atlanta and new orle-. Lions every year to. Yes. So they got three teams with really good wide. Receiving course or passing games. Maybe not receiving course. The thing. I like to bring up we've talked about this during the season is I'm seeing this strange thing with our defense where especially backers are secondary. We're there actively seeking out the blockers and engaging with them and then not disengaging. It's very strange thing. It was quite a few examples that this is a matter of fact on the one keystone play where at the second quarter eleven thirty six left. I can't remember what receiver it was. But he he got the ball in Iran, and he just voided, and we had all these miss tackles and others on that thing. I even sent you a screen shot of that in progress showing how our defenders all ran took a route in angle that wasn't directly towards the runner. They went in front of the blockers. They didn't try to avoid the blockers very very straying. Right. So it's like if it's like a screen pass. And there is block. Cours out in front of it. We kinda took an angle to get in front of the blocker. Rather than running through this exactly it was very very strange that was that keystone play where we ended up missing four tackles. I think they ran in touch. Yeah. On that. When we had defenders run into each other just Abbas twenty one and call today was thirty three slammed right into each other. That was a yeah, embarrassing is the word for it. But we there was another one that this is another one I called you into to look at. It's just very very perplexing as to what's going on with that. These are defenders actively seeking out and engaging with the blockers instead of trying to avoid them. In the third quarter tweet thirty eight left. Justin Evans, had a straight shot to the runner and could've tackled him at the line of scrimmage, maybe even a tackle for a loss. But instead he turns into the lead blocker and engages with him never getting off with him. Never getting off of the boot lead blocker actually, even fell down before Evans engaged with him. Evans could have blown right past him. I mean, he he had a straight direct line to the running back, but he actually went out of his way to engage with this blocker who was on the ground, very strange strange strange strange that one beat a vague. It's thrown to the ground by number seventy three Greg van rotten too. So yeah that was an ugly play there. It's a you. Don't see that often with two vacant and thrown to the ground, but they did him manhandle. They made him everybody on our defensive line. They were they were tough. Wow. So tough team that offense align was playing for real. And this is what you sent in the preview that they're worse off team worse off. Team are strong team. Yeah. Yeah. And it turned out about how we expected they just kinda rolled over top of us. I thought we were gonna win. I thought was going to be a little bit more competitive. Yeah. I'll tell you this. We're only two touchdowns down. I'm gonna make this prediction yet at two points in the game. We were only one touchdown. Yeah. I'm gonna make this prediction now. This is how confident I am about what I've seen next time. We play them. We're going to kick their ass. Oh, yeah. Really? Yes. I think the called the seed was right there. He he he played excellent game. But he was right there with that read option, and he's from Cleveland, he's probably never played against a play action or a read option team like this. Yeah. And especially not one is good. And but he was right there a couple of times he was right there at the exchange handball. I mean, he he had his arms out getting ready to tackle while the running back with standing right next now. That's when you force a turnover. Yeah. Yeah. He was very very close to it quite a few times. But he always chose to go for the runner every single time..

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"orle" Discussed on Radical Personal Finance

Radical Personal Finance

02:47 min | 3 years ago

"orle" Discussed on Radical Personal Finance

"Of limited exit in case of a fire. Hence my emphasis on fire safety question, did you stockpiled food last as long as you expected and what changes to your inventory would you have made? All right more about this in another post. However, food quantity was not a problem since I've been laying in supplies for my family plus two. And at any given time I had fewer people than I allowed for in the provisioning plan. The taste quality of the food I had on. Hand was the real morale killer though. So while we did not starve, we did give away a lot of the MR but kept the canned and dry stuff for our consumption. Also, the heat killed your desire to eat and between the taste and the heat. We had plenty of food safe drinking water was in short supply though. Now, the question writes in with his comment, I'm not at all surprised that the police are one of the most dangerous groups out there in New Orleans from what I heard and read on other blogs, there should be a lot more prosecution from the corrupt and crooked cops and what they did to civilians out there. Raptor rights. There's currently a case going to trial soon involving seven police officers, accused of murder during Katrina. If you Google the danza or seven, you can read all sides. About the case. There are many unclear issues, and I do not want to go into that matter. What is clear is that two people who were in the wrong place at the right time were shot and killed. One was shot seven times in the back, not once in the front. This person was mentally handicapped had no criminal record. None had criminal records and was claimed have had a weapon and shot at the police in a time of unrest. Keep a low profile, do not openly brandish weapons and do not look like some warrior out of road warrior. You will survive a lot better. If you look like utility repair guy or responder than you will looking like trouble stay away. Way for the people you do not know with guns, whether or not they have badges if at all possible. My motto is when someone from the government shows up your door and says he is there to help run as fast as you can in the opposite direction. Question. If you saw police for evacuation purposes coming to your home, but they did not see you. Is it a crime to hide out on to protect your home and pets? Like if they call to see if anyone is a home, you just pretend you didn't hear it during the first three weeks. There was utter chaos on the street. No one knew who is in charge and those in charge when they did make a decision which was very rare event could not communicate instructions reliably that meant local commanders were left to their own discretion. At one point, the mayor of orle- Orleans, parish city of New Orleans made a statement that martial law had been declared the state attorney general quickly denied that and said, the mayor has no such authority in Marshall law is not is not legal. And in fact, unconstitutional has been since general Butler left New Orleans in eighteen sixty five and martial law was ended under Louisiana law. How does this matter to your questions? At one point, the cops and national guard were kicking.

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"orle" Discussed on Dunc'd On Basketball Podcast

Dunc'd On Basketball Podcast

03:17 min | 3 years ago

"orle" Discussed on Dunc'd On Basketball Podcast

"But the the fact that there's not a lot of get to. I know you helps them and I think is is an advantage for them over a lot of other and some David Laka for most Mon, the posited that perhaps with the shorter training camp that continuity could be more viable will probably need a few seasons worth of data to determine whether that's true now. But I think another thing you could point to which is an intangible certainly is resilience because they have had a lot of times. I think the first year after lamarcus left, they were like eight games under five hundred or something came back, made the playoffs ended up making it to the second round. They always seem to have some stretch where they're just like at five hundred looks like they're not going anywhere, and then they always seem to get hot towards the end of the year. And so I think if they start off poorly, there's a faith here that they can turn it around and get better. The questions just becomes though, all right. You know if that's if we start the season off five hundred and yeah, okay. Maybe we could get up to forty seven Windsor. If we finish up well, but you know you if you start the season, five hundred were not really a contender. In the West End. I mean, I don't think anyone believes they're going to be a contender in the west this year, but still you hope that you can make that leap. And then also with the idea that starts maybe could have been on the hot seat or maybe even was looking to go somewhere else. There's potential that a poor start this year maybe could end up with with him getting axed to as well, and that could be lead to major changes as well. Yeah. I mean, that's that's, you know, a start like that. That's not gets fired that that's when you start sounding the alarms about about Dame? Yup, because that's, I mean, not Stotts his Dame's guy and like those guys, you know, I, it's not necessarily a package deal, but but Dame has made clear that Stotts is his guy. And so that would be a very tough situation. And the scenario that you talked about, you know if their five hundred again game has a lot of pride in has done it before and gotten them to the playoffs gotten to hire seeds and expected. But you know, does he want wanna do that again? Another thing that's really interesting to watch to me with this team is just what is the record and how the. Teams at the top of the conference. Look, I think you know, Houston could very easily take a step back this year, Golden State, you know, they didn't really do much to address some of the regular season weaknesses, and they got DeMarcus cousins, but he brought his gonna play until February or something. So and then with Steph, curry gets injured or something. You could see them taking a little bit of a step back and just generally curry. All those guys were you're older. They're probably all all four of them. Therefore, best guys are on a little bit on the downside now. So if they if Golden State just looks like, all right, you know, we're, we're on our way to winning fifty eight games throughout the start of the year, and they look a little more vulnerable in Houston. Looks horrible vulnerable than maybe as Portland you're more interested in keeping this together and selling the idea of keeping this together. Those teams vulnerable if Golden State in Houston, just both rock it out of the gate and looks like they're both gonna win sixty five again and Portland's on their weight of forty, six wins. It's like, you know why we've been doing this any. Yeah. Yeah. I think context matters a lot. You know what happens with the Lakers. You know what? What happens with them? How. LeBron in that team kind of works out. I mean, there's a lot of things. How does Denver look? How does new orle-? How does New Orleans look? I mean, they're, they're a major candidate to, you know, really Minnesota's and other those Maalot the Spurs. We don't know what I think there is a lot of fluidity. Right. I may..

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