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Fresh update on "pot" discussed on Morning Edition

Morning Edition

00:38 min | 16 hrs ago

Fresh update on "pot" discussed on Morning Edition

"Doctor Jennifer mcquiston says monkey pot spreads through sustained contact with an infected person What we're talking about here is close contact It's not a situation where if you're passing someone in the grocery store they're going to be at risk for monkeypox Health officials say the best way to deal with monkeypox is for those infected to isolate and to follow up with anyone they have been in contact with to presumptive cases are in Utah another in South Florida health officials have confirmed a case last week in Massachusetts Police have arrested a second person in the shooting death of an 11 year old girl in The Bronx The NYPD says the 18 year old suspect drove the scooter with a 15 year old passenger and while they were chasing a boy the 15 year old fired a gun and a bullet hit and killed Kiara Tay Both teens had teens have been arrested and faced murder and manslaughter charges New York governor Kathy hochul says she may change the quarantine rules for toddlers and babies who attend day care children younger than two who go to day care must quarantine for up to ten days after exposure to COVID that's because they aren't able to get vaccinated yet and are not required to wear masks Here's the governor But now that we have tests gets so wildly available the parents can test their kids I don't think the ten day quarantine is necessary.

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Naomi Wolf on Living in a Time Where Virtue Is Out of Fashion

The Eric Metaxas Show

02:03 min | 6 d ago

Naomi Wolf on Living in a Time Where Virtue Is Out of Fashion

"Naomi, look, you and I were in college at a time where I feel like even the concept of virtue was already out of fashion. It was mocked, honor. These things were already being locked in the culturally elite circles where we went, that that's for rubes. That's for people in flyover country to talk about patriotism, or love of country, love of truth. What is truth? That's been percolating for many decades. And this is the fruit. Yeah. You really opened my eyes to that in our early conversation, the you're right. And I do think that the CCP has had a profound impact on college campuses. There's Institutes called Confucius Institutes that were opened across the country. I'm sure you've spoken about that before. And I see the impact on our curriculum and it's making me rethink everything, like feminism, feminism should be about embracing women's role in every aspect of our lives, including maternity and family. And in the west, it's been distilled down to just abortion, right? Well, that's kind of a satanic and Marxist way to look at this complex issue of how women can be free. And there's so many examples. You know, you and I talked about deconstruction and how it strips poetry of meaning and it strips literature of meaning and its trips these are culture of dimensional meaning, human meaning. Will this escalate it and I really tease this out in the bodies of others where I look at what got targeted culturally and what got targeted in terms of faith, culture makes us strong in cultures where the western values of the lessons about morality and honor and meaning get transmitted. Well, culture got targeted. You know, you could go to a liquor store, you could go to a pot store in some states, you couldn't go to the theater, you couldn't go to hear a concert, you know, you couldn't hear Mozart in a group of human

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Newsmax Host John Bachman Shares His Backstory

The Doug Collins Podcast

02:42 min | Last week

Newsmax Host John Bachman Shares His Backstory

"John, bob, I'm glad to have you with us today on dot com's podcast. It's not going to be with you. Have you called my friend? I guess that's what happens when you share your waffle House menu selections. You really become tight with somebody. Well, you know, when we get to be friends, you know, when I tell you what to order at waffle House, then we've got it down there. Hey, as we get started, one of the things I love to do in this podcast and when I do especially people politicians, I do media people is everybody knows us and I found this to be true and I think you probably have as well. If they see us in the airport or they see us have they know us from this right here, they know it from the camera if you would. They don't know the background. So span just a few minutes telling us, you know, where are you from? How you got here and just give us a good taste of who you are. Well, I'm from Marietta, Georgia originally. I was born actually my parents live in kennesaw when I was born. And we moved to Tampa pretty quickly thereafter and live there for 8 years, but moved back to Marietta when I was 8 years old. And from 8 years on all the way through my 5 years at the university of Georgia and there after my first job in television was in Augusta, Georgia was my home. I love it. I love the braise. I love the dogs. Having the Olympics there was fantastic as well. And it was just, you know, I think I lived there in a perfect time when the state to me, we learned about a three pillars, right? Wisdom justice and moderation. And all three things were readily available to me. Growing up in Marietta, I went to Davis elementary middle school and Lassiter high school for those folks to know. But it was such a great community because people were moving to Atlanta from all over the place. My parents were actually from the northeast, my dad settled in Atlanta in the 70s with my mom when we moved back there, but at that time in the late 80s, early 90s Atlanta was such a boom town and we had people from all over the place. And it was just such a great melting pot of different Americans and all kinds of folks, different races and religions. And I really felt like I had a wonderful public school experience and when it came time for college, the only thing I knew is that I wanted to go to an SEC football school. My dad went to graduate school at the university of Florida, and he took me to a game when I was four years old. It was a Florida Miami game. And it was one of my earliest memories, and I just love the whole thing. And then, you know, my sister went to auburn, and I was spent some time with her at all. My older sister, and I was like, this place is great. All these people are so nice on the planes. And I was like, it's a little boring though. And then finally, I didn't think I was gonna get into Georgia but I did get in and I went there and I had a bunch of buddies of mine who are you older than me in high school that went there and I spent some time with them and the moment I walked on campus I knew I was

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The Supreme Court Leaker Definitely Wanted to Stir the Pot

The Dinesh D'Souza Podcast

01:29 min | 3 weeks ago

The Supreme Court Leaker Definitely Wanted to Stir the Pot

"The person who leaked not only the 5 four decision in the Dobbs case. The 5 four decision overruling roe V wade, the leaker wanted to start a pot and perhaps try to strong arm the justices, the 5 justices to reconsider to back off to get scared. I mean, obviously, justices are legal scholars, they tend to be academics, and so this person, the leaker thought, you know what? Let's put them up against the wall, so to speak. I mean, this is a, this is a gross assault on the independence of the judiciary. And to be honest, I don't think it's going to work. Why? Because quite frankly, if the court decision is 5 to four, it's leaked. The whole decision is leaked out, and let's say the court would now go back and go, you know what? We have second thoughts. We're going to go the other way. I mean, this would basically tell you that our Supreme Court is a complete joke. That they have no rectitude, they have no ability to stand independent of the mob that they are nothing more than a creation of the mob and that the mob can intimidate them at will. And so I don't think that the court could take that risk of putting its own credibility into complete

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Who is Dr. Stephen Turley?

America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

02:10 min | Last month

Who is Dr. Stephen Turley?

"He is doctor Steve turley, the author of numerous essential works. I'm just going to mention the return of Christendom also the new nationalism and the one that one of our team here says has the most beautiful color cover beauty matters. Steve turley welcome back to America first one on one. Doctor Sabbath is wonderful to be back with you. Thank you so much for having me. You are a busy man. It is hard to keep up with you the amount of content you put out there. For those who missed our last discussion, it just give us a little potted of who Steve is. What he studied and what you talk about most often. Yeah, thank you for that. I started a YouTube channel about 5 and a half years ago is actually November 1st, 2016. Of course, when an election was coming up right around that time. And I predicted that Donald Trump was going to win because I thought this was going to be a Brexit election based on the studies that I did at Durham university with where I got my PhD out across the pond there. I came across some studies called post secular study. This is back in 2009 or so 2010. And they basically were making the argument that the old globalist world order is more or less dead and a much more traditionalist national sovereignty based world order was rising. I didn't believe it at the time. I didn't have any evidence of that with Obama. They were using Russia as an example or India or some Middle Eastern nations and I just thought that was so far removed. But when I started seeing Brexit heat up, that's when I started to see, oh, so this is what they're talking about. And then when Donald Trump on the campaign trail started referring to himself as call me mister Brexit. I realized we've got something. There's some trends here that are very predictive and thank God they brought you and others like you into the sphere of The White House and I've been doing it ever since November 1st, 20 2016. And boy, we're almost about to hit 900,000 subs on YouTube if you can

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Smylie Kaufman Looks Back on His 2016 Masters Battle With Jordan Spieth

Fore The People

01:58 min | Last month

Smylie Kaufman Looks Back on His 2016 Masters Battle With Jordan Spieth

"Then you go to the masters and everybody remembers watching you battle with Jordan Spieth that week. Yeah. Talk about that. Oh, God. Just an incredible week. Really felt like that place set up well for my game. Drove the shit out of it. That entire week. Like, as good of a driving week as I've ever had. I remember. They didn't have like the strokes gained thing on the master things. You couldn't see how well you actually did drive it, but it was so windy. And it was just like this past year. At that shot, 69 on Saturday. And I went to Augusta this year for the first time since that masters. So I was out there on Saturday this year and I think it was probably eerily similar to the Saturday that I shot 69 and was the low guy. Cameron Smith shot 68 and being outside the ropes and seeing, you just didn't see a four under that day. So obviously I was in a good frame of mind because I was, you know, I just really felt like I had control of the golf ball. Good wind player. It was blowing 30. Just didn't screw up any. Just put it in the right places and it was an awesome week till Sunday just kind of ran out of gas a little bit. It's one of those days until you experience that final and you've experienced final rounds of majors. You just gotta have those momentum pots to keep you going. Just to keep the mojo going and I kept missing the mojo putts and eventually by the end of the day, I think I was four or 5 over going into 16 and just finished four over on the last four. So this work kind of got over hyped for what I actually did shoot but the thing for three to 5 three putts that day and I'm not a three

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New Jersey to start recreational marijuana sales April 21

AP News Radio

00:51 sec | Last month

New Jersey to start recreational marijuana sales April 21

"New New New New Jersey Jersey Jersey Jersey is is is is about about about about to to to to become become become become the the the the latest latest latest latest state state state state where where where where marijuana marijuana marijuana marijuana becomes becomes becomes becomes legal legal legal legal for for for for recreational recreational recreational recreational use use use use in in in in less less less less than than than than a a a a week week week week it it it it will will will will be be be be legal legal legal legal for for for for adults adults adults adults over over over over twenty twenty twenty twenty one one one one to to to to buy buy buy buy and and and and use use use use pot pot pot pot in in in in the the the the garden garden garden garden state state state state New New New New Jersey Jersey Jersey Jersey governor governor governor governor Phil Phil Phil Phil Murphy Murphy Murphy Murphy says says says says it's it's it's it's a a a a historic historic historic historic step step step step in in in in creating creating creating creating a a a a new new new new industry industry industry industry revolving revolving revolving revolving around around around around cannabis cannabis cannabis cannabis state state state state regulators regulators regulators regulators are are are are allowing allowing allowing allowing seven seven seven seven medical medical medical medical marijuana marijuana marijuana marijuana facilities facilities facilities facilities to to to to begin begin begin begin retail retail retail retail sales sales sales sales for for for for recreational recreational recreational recreational use use use use the the the the legislature legislature legislature legislature predicts predicts predicts predicts it it it it will will will will bring bring bring bring nineteen nineteen nineteen nineteen million million million million dollars dollars dollars dollars in in in in tax tax tax tax revenues revenues revenues revenues to to to to the the the the state state state state although although although although the the the the governor's governor's governor's governor's estimate estimate estimate estimate was was was was three three three three times times times times higher higher higher higher the the the the day day day day after after after after the the the the unofficial unofficial unofficial unofficial marijuana marijuana marijuana marijuana holiday holiday holiday holiday for for for for twenty twenty twenty twenty New New New New Jersey Jersey Jersey Jersey will will will will become become become become the the the the eighteenth eighteenth eighteenth eighteenth state state state state along along along along with with with with the the the the district district district district of of of of Columbia Columbia Columbia Columbia to to to to legalize legalize legalize legalize pot pot pot pot hi hi hi hi Jackie Jackie Jackie Jackie Quinn Quinn Quinn Quinn

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John Zmirak: What Can We Learn From 'The Godfather' Films?

The Eric Metaxas Show

01:59 min | Last month

John Zmirak: What Can We Learn From 'The Godfather' Films?

"You've written a great piece at stream dot org about The Godfather movies, talk about that. Sure. Well, we just had the 50th anniversary of the first godfather film. And you know, it's kind of something mysterious about art. It's not predictable. The Godfather one and two are among the greatest films in American history. They're based on a pot boiler novel by Mario puto that you would read at the beach of no particular. Yeah, we've got to say this. The novel, it's not like it was a great work of art and they turned into a great movie. It was a middling work of art by Mario Puzo and Francis Ford Coppola, ingeniously transformed it into spectacular film. Two, godfather one and godfather two. They're two of the greatest films ever made. I would skip godfather three. We could talk about that later. Well, I'll tell you that he re shot. He re edited godfather three. It's now called godfather coda, the death of Michael Corleone. And it's actually a decent film. But the new godfather three was not a decent film. It was so pathetic that I was actually shocked. But let's forget that. It never happened. Godfather one and two, two, the greatest films ever made. And now that's interesting because, again, based on a mediocre work of fiction, but then some of the great novels like Moby dick turned out to be mediocre films. Nobody remembers the movie of Moby dick. I remember Gregory Peck. Greg, Gregory Peck as ahab on the whale and they say, look, even in death, he beckons anyway, never mind. But you're quite right, some of the greatest works of fiction don't make great movies, but not so with those great movies are based on middle works of fiction. Yeah, yeah, exactly.

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Would You Like a Raffle Gift for Donating to 'Food for the Poor?'

Mike Gallagher Podcast

01:28 min | 2 months ago

Would You Like a Raffle Gift for Donating to 'Food for the Poor?'

"But this is also a good business too, because it's only the lord's work. It's only God's work that we're doing here to help people who are such terrible straits in Ukraine. How about a raffle? How about I'm not going to give the amount yet because I don't want to give it away. But let's just pick a number. Let's say $76. And every $76 donor goes into a basket and we pick a winner from the $76 donors to spend a weekend in Florida or New York or Vegas. Are we allowed to do that? Is that a lottery? That might be a lottery in there might be rules against it. What if I pay for it? What if I what if I spring for it? What if I pay all the expenses? Personally. And it's not like part of the company. So the issue, well, what is it? Chance, I never knew those rules. I mean, consideration chance, there's all these rules about lottery. Oh yeah, you can't pay something for a check. Well, but then we can also give the option of everybody even people who don't donate. Go into the same pot, right? So well, then everyone sign up for free. Yeah, but nobody's going to do that. Everybody's going to want to be generous and donate the $76. Well, I'll get with the company lawyers. Believe me, I got them all on speed dial.

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Russia Warns US: We Have the Might to Put You in Your Place

America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

02:04 min | 2 months ago

Russia Warns US: We Have the Might to Put You in Your Place

"Former president, the puppet president of a Russia Medvedev, made a statement last week. Directed to America. Let's listen to what he said. Finally, a bizarre warning from the former president of Russia now a security official Dmitry Medvedev, he basically said that Russia had the right to put the U.S. in its place for get this, stirring up quote, disgusting. Interesting cake back to you. Yeah, disgusting Russell phobia advice a bombing hospitals. What does it say to you as somebody who has experienced directing strategy in The White House when a former Russian president who's clearly a mouthpiece for Putin says America has to be put in its place, rob? Well, I mean, is that a statement of strength? Well, can you put America in this place? That's the question you have to ask. I think any ten pot dictator would want to put American in this place. The question that you're saying, you're asking is, can we? And I would say we can today, or we at least prior to Russia's invasion of Ukraine, they were able to at least Vis-à-vis Russia. So what I just talked about, this elite capture, this ability to get elites to think in your favor. That's globalization, right? What? No, but it's the manipulation of globalization. So it's the use of weapons. It's a weaponization of globalization against the democratic principles. To take the war a bit further and this gets into your question about 5G so now you know how they go after the leads. It's really about putting their wealth at risk. How do you go after the population because as we talked about last time, John warden said, don't go after the population because it ends tends to backfire against you.

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Devin Nunes: We Need a Social Platform Not Just About Politics

The Dan Bongino Show

01:55 min | 2 months ago

Devin Nunes: We Need a Social Platform Not Just About Politics

"I say because it's true It's almost like Twitter is just become this place where the angries people are angry and thoughts It's like a bad Freudian psychoanalysis session And that's fine I post a lot of hot political stuff on truth but not everything all the time has to be politics all the time Devin Right well and people want to they want to place that they can go and share hey we took our kids to this location We had this for dinner I post a lot of things As you probably know I'm a big wine guy I'm into wine I grow my own grapes and make my own wine I'm a partner in several winery small small boutique wineries but it's a hobby of mine So I post a lot up there just about wine sometimes So there's all sorts of and this is what we need We need a platform that's not just going to be about politics but it's going to be about everyday life That's the whole point Social media imagine that And the other issue is is that we're not perfect but we're going to have some bots or essentially people that are disguising themselves and they give themselves nasty names and they go in harassed and look but overall I wonder and I continue to question this if you take the other social media platforms to brag about oh the millions of users millions of users Well it doesn't really count if it's some hack somewhere On either side of the aisle that has 250 bot accounts That's not real people So you see on truth is I don't know we don't know for sure but it seems to me like it's 99.9% actual real people not just some dude in his underwear and a basement that doesn't like Dan bongino used a 250 pot to make fun of your hairline

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Who Is Ilan Berman of the American Foreign Policy Council?

America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

01:47 min | 2 months ago

Who Is Ilan Berman of the American Foreign Policy Council?

"For those who haven't heard our earlier discussions here on America first, will you just give them the potted introduction who Ilhan is and what the FPC does. Sure. So AFC is a think tank. Everything tank has an area of focus. We spend a lot of time working with Congress because candidly, ideas begin in very few places. And members of Congress need cutting edge accurate sort of impactful information about what's going on around the world. So we have a stable of experts that cover everything from Iran to Russia, to radical Islam, to China, to China, space, and the goal here is to inform policy to help them craft better policy, but more than anything else. It's to sort of to amplify the efforts of policymakers who are trying to defend American national security, promote American foreign policy interests. And your family background, where do you hail from originally? Well, all over, but my parents were Soviet refused next, right? So explain that to him for those who are Cold War warriors like me, what was a refuse neck. Right. So I refused it was someone who usually Jewish as my family is, but not only, but a refusal was somebody who during the Soviet Union for whatever reason for political purposes for religious freedom purposes applied to exit the Soviet Union and they were denied. And they were essentially made non people. They weren't allowed to have party affiliation. There weren't allowed to work in certain jobs, and only through the pressure of the United States government, including people like senator Henry Jackson, there was enough pressure that was placed on the Soviet Union that the Soviets opened up the doors and allowed refuse, including pretty significant wave of Jewish refusing to

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Matthews has 2 goals to take NHL lead, Maple Leafs beat Wild

AP News Radio

00:35 sec | 3 months ago

Matthews has 2 goals to take NHL lead, Maple Leafs beat Wild

"Auston Matthews out of the game tying and winning goals for Toronto was leaps with Minnesota three one at Scotiabank arena after scoring his thirty fifth goal of the season to make it one one Matthews potted his second of the night on a given goal with Mitch Marner to take the lead lead in goals scored with thirty six nation to keep my mind off that stuff and just take it day by day focus on the games and you know what I'm capable of and I just try to bring it every night Alexander Kerfoot scored into an empty net goal Frederick Gaudreau was the lone wild goal getter Peter Morales extra twenty nine shots as a leap snapped a three game losing streak join the debate Toronto

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Maureen Steele: Truckers Are True Blue-Collar Patriots

The Dan Bongino Show

01:59 min | 3 months ago

Maureen Steele: Truckers Are True Blue-Collar Patriots

"How does it make you feel Some of these crazed politicians up north and even here comparing you guys to Nazi murderers I mean this has to infuriate you Well it's what they are I mean it's the pot calling the kettle black is what it is I mean these are these are great Americans These are patriots And these are the blue collar boys that historically have always been the first to throw their hat in the ring when it comes to fighting for our freedom You know always the first in line to fight And here they are doing it again We owe so much to our truckers We owe so much to blue collar America to the working man And this co COVID fiasco has cost the working American families so much small businesses home It has been devastating to the global economy and certainly the economy here in the United States of America So here these guys are again you know some of them unemployed And they're out here driving across the country for our freedoms again We owe so much to our fellow Americans and I have to tell you Dan this feels like and I hope people listening remember this feeling After 9 11 happened that feeling after where everyone loved each other people were calling each other do need anything to go you know I'm going to the grocery store do you need anything It's like that again The outpouring of love and support for just your fellow man right now when you're part of this organization it's just unbelievable We have people calling us from blue states Thanking us Where can we meet you New Mexico like they're doing banners over the highway It's just unbelievable grandma is just baking brownies for the truckers trying to bring them to us It warms your heart It brings tears to your eyes The kindness American hearts are generous and we are a strong strong nation It's time for us to join hands again and fight for our freedom and unify Like we always have done since time and memorial This is our moment America We've got to take back our country now where we lose it

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"pot" Discussed on Airline Pilot Guy - Aviation Podcast

Airline Pilot Guy - Aviation Podcast

05:37 min | 3 months ago

"pot" Discussed on Airline Pilot Guy - Aviation Podcast

"That route was influenced by depression that would result in stronger headwinds and poor weather. After a final conference at midnight, the decision was made. They would take the northerly route. If it's Marius grabbed a few hours sleep and awake early to prepare the Bremen. At 5 31 in the morning the sun rose, and with von hunefeld and coal at the controls, they started up the big L 5 engine, and pointed the Bremen down the grass strip. The sky was clear and the wind calm as they took off. An hour and a half later, they were reported over Galway, and then over the slime head, the lighthouse, at 500 feet. Pretty soon they encountered overcast guys and drizzle. So descended down to 50 feet over the waves. But clear of that, and in freshening winds, they climbed up to 3000. The three hour mark and every three hours after that, they made a drift check. They dropped a pair of smoke bombs at a timed interval, and then turned back to take readings as they passed over them, checking the wind direction and their ground speed. At 27° west, they made a position check and descended back to 50 feet to avoid the freshening winds. As darkness approached, they estimated that they had reached 42 west, and were encountering increasingly strong headwinds. That wasn't their only problem, however, as their path was blocked by a towering wall of black cloud reaching up to at least 20,000 feet. Worried about ice, they descended to 50 feet, but the mountainous waves threatened to pluck them from the sky, so they climbed up to 6000 feet. The junkers was rocked and buffeted by the storm and they flew on in pitch blackness for our after hour, relying completely on their primitive instruments. They were forced to fly on by torch light when the cockpit lights failed. Ice was rapidly forming on the airframe, so they gingerly descended into warmer air, and then they thought they had an oil leak, fits Morris clambered around the airframe, but couldn't find the source of the oil loss. Fearing an engine failure, they turned to try and find land as soon as possible and continued on in a desperate struggle with the storm and the blackness. After enduring 5 or 6 hours of this torment, they suddenly found themselves in clear air. Two more hours of westerly flight and they spotted white patches below them which they assumed were patches of fog, but after dropping a white signal flare, they discovered a snow covered hill. Uncertain of where they had arrived when the sun came up, they discovered a large error in their compass of nearly 40°. They fought their way through a heavy blizzard until they found a lighthouse, and with their fuel reserves down to two hours, they put down on a nearby frozen Lake and promptly broke through the ice, damaging the Bremen, and making further flight that day impossible. The lighthouse keeper of greenlee isle took them in, and for the first time in 36 hours, they were able to rest. Receptions were held on the trio fated across Canada and the U.S. and the press dubbed him as the crazy baron. They were given a ticket tape parade in New York and became the very first non Americans ever to be awarded the U.S. Army air corps distinguished flying cross. After returning to Germany, von hunefeld nearly lost his life to appendicitis, but barely recovered, he made plans to fly his other junkers, Europa, around the world. The Swedish pilot called Gunnar Linda, joined him, and there flight goes well, which is how, on September 21st, 1928, on the distant, Iranian airfield of bush ear, they encountered the young aristocrat. Paul August 3 hare Koenig von under zoo what house and the eldest son of Friedrich Karl Wilhelm free here. Like his idol, von hunefeld, Fritz grew up in the family castle. With all the privileges of an aristocrat, great wealth, fine schooling and the freedom to pursue his dreams. He studied law and economics at universities in Munich, Konigsberg, Berlin and England, whilst enjoying his hobbies, one of which was flying. His parents bought him his own aircraft, a clem L 20 B, which I should point out was no big Yonkers capable of transcontinental flight. The clem was a small two seat a wooden fabric monoplane that weighed a mere 600 pounds, only 270 kilograms, which would today class it as a light.

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Emotional support or hogwash? Man fights to keep his pet pig

AP News Radio

00:58 sec | 3 months ago

Emotional support or hogwash? Man fights to keep his pet pig

"A man in upstate New York is fighting to keep his pot belly pig Ellie is a knee high Vietnamese potbelly weighing one hundred ten pounds and likes to snuggle up to wyvern Flack when he watches TV sometimes daily rolls over to let him pet her belly she's nervous as where she keeps working white says Ellie helped him through a divorce and the death of his mother she knows when I come home he's very smart he's more intelligent than my dogs and not in his village alley it's a farm animal and has got to go the ordinance that I facing criminal charges says I'm illegally harboring a farm called which she is not a farm all by any means this case could soon be headed to a criminal trial I'm hoping to set a precedent that people start understanding that the you know these are pets you know these are not something you go home and slaughtering each an attorney for the village says Ellie is a potential public health hazard and if every citizen were to openly scoffed at the village zoning codes we would live in a lawless society I'm a Donahue

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David Friedman's Relationship With Trump Was 'Forged for a Reason'

America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

01:35 min | 3 months ago

David Friedman's Relationship With Trump Was 'Forged for a Reason'

"Will you tell us your personal history with mister Donald Trump before he became candidate and president because you've known the man for quite some time so give us a little bit of a potted story about who David Friedman in Friedman is and how you have known Donald Trump over the years. Well, I practiced law for about 35 years and during those years, I came to represent Donald Trump on occasion, not often, but some of the more high profile cases that he was involved in, particular the Atlantic City casinos that went into bankruptcy. I should say that I pour this out in my book. People accuse him of not having good business skills because of what happened Atlantic City. There's not a single person who made money in Atlantic City. I mean, it's not a single hotel. That was profit Atlantic City. It's not a single hotel that didn't go bankrupt. Analytics cities. So it just was an impossible place to make any money. But so I got to know him there. I had some successes with him that I have to tell you we're really improbable. You know, I was a good lawyer, but, you know, I don't think I was that good a lawyer. And I really had great successes. And so at the time when I was happy to be successful and I was happy that I had a good relationship with him and we forced a friendship that lasted many years, but looking back on it now 20 years afterwards, I really feel that, you know, I'm a religious person on the son of a rabbi. And I really feel that some of this some of this relationship was being forged for a reason.

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Who Is Dr. Scott Atlas?

America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

01:42 min | 4 months ago

Who Is Dr. Scott Atlas?

"He is senior fellow in health policy at the Hoover institution and author, most recently of a fabulous fabulous book, a plague upon a house, my fight at the Trump White House to stop COVID from destroying America. Welcome, doctor Scott Atlas to America first. Oh, thanks for having me. I appreciate that. So we've been tried for the longest time to get you on the show, your buddy Victor Davis Hansen constantly said, yes, you gotta get him on, you gotta get him on. We're delighted to have you on. I've got a multi page multi page resume CV bio for you, so you clearly have the cres for those of our millions of listers who may not have watched you at those press conferences. Please if you would just start as we do with all of our one on one guess, give us a potted summary of who you are, your qualifications and what you are focused on as we speak. Sure. So I am a senior fellow in health policy at a policy institute at Stanford University called the Hoover institution. Where I research and work on healthcare policy solutions, I've been doing that for more than a decade full time before that I had about a 25 year history, a career in academic medicine as a professor in the school of medicine for the last 14 years before the ten years as a professor in chief of neuro radiology at Stanford University school of medicine. And I had a previous experience and the medical science that various top level medical centers in the U.S., including iterative mania, graduated from University of Chicago with my MD degree.

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Who Is Calvin Robinson?

America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

01:17 min | 4 months ago

Who Is Calvin Robinson?

"Would you give us the potted version of Calvin Robinson to date where you hell from because it's a fascinating story and how you arrived at GB news after your journey? Sure. I used to be a school teacher. I was an assistant principal and during the first lockdown I started commenting in the newspapers and on the radio about how I needed to stop closing our schools. Keep the schools open because our young people are vulnerable. The missing out on a lot of learning and schools are actually a safe place for kids. Many, many children that aren't on a special register that are still looked out for by teachers. You know, we have that special relationship. We have their best interests at heart. And kids were locked away in their homes, many in abusive homes. Many homes with no access to learning. And I was championing, keeping the schools open. And I did that more and more. And I also started to speak out against Black Lives Matter when we imported that drama from America over to Great Britain. It didn't make any sense. It's a completely different history, completely different race relations over here, but we wanted to copy and paste the drama after the untimely demise of George Floyd. So I started commenting on those two things and I just ended up being on TV and radio and in the papers more and more until GBU said, why do you have your

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How Stephen Moore Came to Advise Then-Presidential Candidate Donald Trump

America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

01:47 min | 4 months ago

How Stephen Moore Came to Advise Then-Presidential Candidate Donald Trump

"Second, but for those who may have heard you regularly on my show or when they tune in to newsmax or Fox, but they don't know the Stephen Moore story. Will you tell us how you got to be advising presidential candidates and then presidents, so give us a potted story of the more journey. I can tell you about meeting Trump for the first time if I may suggest because I've got a confession to make before I met Trump. I didn't like him very much. You know, I was a cruise guy way back when? Sorry? Were you a cruise guy originally? No, no, I was actually a Rand Paul guy. I'm pretty libertarian and I was well, I was helping ran. And I still love ram Paul, he's one of my favorite senators. And I remember Larry kudlow and I got a call from Donald Trump's office saying the gun candidate Trump. This was in late 2015. Would like to meet with Larry kudlow and myself and go to Trump Tower up about Fifth Avenue and I know you've been there are many, many, many times. And so, you know, I was curious about Trump. You know, I was curious about how he would have so many followers and such a short time. And, you know, there was something going on with trumpism. So I did want to meet him, but I didn't have that positive opinion of him. Until I went to his office and the first thing I noticed about Trump was that the people who work for him, the people around him loved him. And that tells you a lot about somebody. Are they treat the people that are around them? And they just thought he was the greatest thing on earth. And then I'll never forget Larry kudlow and I went into his office. You were in that office many times I know Sebastian. And we spent well over an hour talking to Donald Trump about everything. And he loves to

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"pot" Discussed on The Cut

The Cut

08:02 min | 6 months ago

"pot" Discussed on The Cut

"Pilaf method that we learned in school. But Chandra warmed up to the instant pot when she realized what it could mean for making Indian food. Pressure cooking is the go to for a lot of classical traditional Indian cooking. And it's simply because a lot of people were traditionally working off of stoves that were fueled by propane, or fueled by petroleum. And with pressure cooking, you're able to cook the food much faster. And so you're using less fuel. Chandra had always been haunted by the stories of exploding pressure cookers. But the instant pot let her feel safe enough to attempt some of this stuff. Actually, because of Indian cuisine's connection with pressure cooking, Indian, instant pot books are enormously popular. According to Melissa Clark, at one point, there were more cookbooks for making Indian food with an electric pressure cooker than any other cuisine. Shantaram wrote one herself called the complete Indian instant pot cookbook. Even though you can make a lot of her recipes and any generic pressure cooker. It becomes part of cookbook marketing where people are looking for instant pot recipes. So you have to pay instant pot to make sure that you can say this is an instant pot cookbook. Not unlike crock pots marketing, cookbooks are a big aspect of the instant pot, and one reason an author might license out the instant pot name is to try to capitalize on the Amazon algorithm. Because Amazon is arguably the bedrock of the instant pot trend. According to a 2017 New York Times profile of instant pot founder Robert Wang, at one point, 90% of instant pot sales were through Amazon. Early on, instant pot joined the fulfillment by Amazon program and eventually started sending Amazon wholesale shipments of instant pots right from their factories in China. To this day, the instant pot is a fixture on the Amazon bestseller list, leading to more sales and more rave reviews. Perhaps from people who are being introduced to a pressure cooker for the first time. I noticed a sort of Twitter Instagram social media thing. But actually, mostly on Facebook, people were going crazy for their instant pots. They talked about their instant pots, like it was their lover. It's not that any of the rave reviews are unwarranted. It's just that the frenzy and the craze was stoked and cultivated. It always has been. Ever since the nax and binary became the crock pot. When you strip them down to their basic functions, it's all old technology. Old methods of cooking. With new makeovers, a new marketing. But maybe we needed these appliances to look different and novel. Maybe the chrome clad crock pots or button laden pressure cookers represent a kind of permission. To regress a bit kind of like how my phone can perform incredible technological feats, but the way I use it is mostly an updated version of the telegram. I think the instant pot is ultimately a highly advanced excuse to make one pot meals. Like the ones we lived on before the invention of the stove. To make traditional soups and stews and the dishes that taste warm and familiar. But in a new way. I had some huge anxiety after I signed the contract to write this book because my lovely and very well meaning and wonderful editor said, okay, well, we want this to be the go to book for authentic Indian cooking. And I was just like, wow, how do I tell you something the wrong person? Chandra grew up in Kentucky with an Irish mother and an Indian father. They didn't cook Indian food at home. And she didn't focus on it in culinary school. Chandra's experience with authentic Indian cuisine mostly came from trips to visit her grandparents. Where it seemed like everything, the air and the climate was all a part of cooking. My grandparents house in India is kind of open air. And it's in vizag, which is along the southeastern coast. So it's very humid and warm there, much of the year. And I live in hermetically sealed apartment in Chicago. So I would have to fake the atmosphere and the environment. Chandra's instant pot allowed her to unhook herself from the entire concept of authenticity. To stop chasing what she thought she should be making, or what authentic food should taste like. When you're using a piece of equipment that your grandmother never even imagined could exist, you're kind of throwing a lot of the rules out the window anyways. And so for me, I say, yes, this food is incredibly authentic if you are half Indian, half Irish and grew up in Kentucky and really love the food from Goa and Kerala even though that's not where your family is from. I mean, has this been a slippery slope? Has this been your gateway drug into more gadgets, the instant pot? I did buy a toaster oven that had an air fryer component. And I'm pretty I'm pretty happy with that choice. The electric slow cooker and the electric pressure cooker really are ideal entries into the world of kitchen gadgets. Because underneath all the pizzazz, behind the branded names, their only lightly gadgety. As Melissa Clark says, they are different routes back to something eternal. That's why it works. It's capturing something age old that's built into us. I really feel like this kind of cooking is just built into us as humans, you know? Wait, when you say this kind of cooking, what does that mean? I mean, long, slow, hands off, cooking. And for that reason, I weirdly found myself wondering about choline. I didn't grow up eating it because my family doesn't observe Shabbat like Monaco's family does. But Chloe is the stewie one pot meal of my people. And while I don't have a crock pot or the desire to spend 16 hours making it, I was curious about what it tastes like. Have you ever have you ever made? Yes, of course, have you ever made it in an instant pot? No, but it's perfect for an instant pot. Control it is, yeah, of course, because chillin is the idea of choline is long slow wet cooking, right? Melissa found a vegetarian Joel and recipe and broke it down for me. Okay, so potatoes and beans and barley oh, this looks delicious. And instead of cooking it for 16 hours I would. I would do it for three hours. Okay. So I'm still so long to me, but better than 16. I've been 16. Okay. The broth, please. The broth is right there. So monoclonal and I threw some potatoes, beans, barley, and vegetable stock into his instant pot. And we added our own little twist by throwing in some fake meat. Wow. We're in patient so we put it in the instant pot for just one hour, but it totally did the trick. God tell you something. It looks like someone. Wow. On a cold rainy night in Brooklyn, the vegan soland was cozy and comforting. And simultaneously new and sort of thrilling. I felt like we'd pulled something off that we'd updated this obligatory kosher mush into something exciting. And genuinely delicious. This is pretty good. Yeah? Like I would make this. Monaco told me he ate the leftovers for two days afterwards..

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"pot" Discussed on The Cut

The Cut

05:42 min | 6 months ago

"pot" Discussed on The Cut

"Kind of magic, but it's old technology. So the instant pot is a pressure cooker. It's an electric pressure cooker. When you heat a pot that's under pressure, you raise the boiling point of the water and it cooks things much more quickly. Like steel cut oats might take 5 to ten hours to slow cook on a stove in a crock pot, but in a pressure cooker, it takes 36 minutes. They're obviously pressure cookers or another appliance that's been around for a long time. But there's a lot of fear associated with pressure cookers because there was a time when they didn't have safety devices and they exploded. I hope you like chicken and saffron rice, served with chocolate sauce. 300 and scrambled eggs. Like this scene in breakfast at Tiffany's when Holly go lightly tries to make her lover and exotic dish in a stovetop pressure cooker. Pressure cookers had rightly so. A bit of a scary reputation. It's so impressive. That's very unlikely to happen anymore because there's so many safety precious built into pressure cookers. So even though the instant pot has an increasingly large suite of other functions, including a slow cooker and a salter, essentially the instant pot is an electric pressure cooker. And it's interesting, like with both the crock pot and the instant pot, most of what they do is alleviate worry. Ultimately, the crock pot is just a savory alternative to keeping your stove on for hours. And similarly, once you don't have to worry about your pressure cooker exploding, it's suddenly feels like a whole new product. Everybody wanted one, everybody talked about it. People who didn't even know what it was or what it did. You know, and every other manufacturer is very quick to rush into the fray and to develop their own models. Including crock pot, by the way, out came a new version of the crock pot with multiple settings and functions that include pressure cooking. Next to the crock pot and in fact, in the Smithsonian museum of American history, right on the shelf next to the 1970s avocado colored crock pot. Is a modern instant pot. And so if the crock pot was the big deal in the 1970s and 80s, you know, the instant pot is in the 2010s. And this instant pot on display in particular used to belong to The New York Times food reporter, Melissa Clark. And what I called her about an instant pot. She said, well, which one would you like? Because it had never occurred to me, oh yeah, of course she'll have 12. Well, I went to her house and it turns out she has just one. I've given them all away at my peak, I had 5. Can I introduce you to my instant pot? Of course. Okay. Seth, this is it. This is just of your basic model. Contrasted with the 1970s crock pot, which had one single dial. Melissa Clarke's instant pot looks like a TI 89 graphing calculator. It's just griddled with all these weirdly specific buttons. Soup broth meat stew, bean chili, poultry, rice, multigrain porridge, steam, yogurt, this is so many buttons, and I don't know if it's intuitive, it's a little intimidating. What do you think of the actual interface? Yeah, it's intimidating. I mean, personally, I think there are too many choices. I think all these beans do too many choices. I just actually want on and off and saute. But within those basic parameters, you can do a lot. Melissa Clark has written two cookbooks devoted entirely to the instant pot. People were a little surprised that I embraced the instant hot so wholeheartedly. I mean, I was surprised. I'm even surprised the instant pot is in the Smithsonian. I did not understand the frenzy around it when it started. Why did establish chefs like Melissa hop on this instant pot trend? And why did my peers want this technologically advanced looking thing with a thousand buttons when mostly what they wanted to do was just make rice in it? What was underneath all of the hype? Like psychologically, what was going on? After the break, how kitchen inventions change how we cook. Or maybe just change our attitudes around how we think we're supposed to cook. Okay, hear me out. We get our car serviced to prevent bigger issues down the road, right? We work out and visit the doctor to prevent injury and disease. We see the dentist for our teeth to prevent cavities. Going to therapy is like all that. It's routine maintenance for your mental and emotional wellness. Going to therapy doesn't mean something's wrong with you. It means you're investing in yourself to keep your mind healthy. Better help is customized online therapy that offers video, phone, and even live chat sessions with your therapist. So you don't have to see anyone on camera if you don't want to. It's much more affordable than in person therapy, and you can start communicating with your therapist and under 48 hours. Why invest in everything else and not your mind? 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"pot" Discussed on The Cut

The Cut

08:03 min | 6 months ago

"pot" Discussed on The Cut

"And it's a man in Brooklyn. And he's saying my daughter has to do a report on an inventor. And I found you it was your father, did your father invent the crack pad. And I said, yes, absolutely. Lenore nax and father, Irving maxim, was based in Chicago, and he remembered stories, his mother told him about preparing trolling in the shuttle she grew up in in what is now Lithuania. Before every Shabbat, each family would bring a pot full of vegetables and meat to the town bakery. Yeah, full full and cold, but full of fixins. And lenore says her grandmother would just leave that croc in the bakeries oven. The baker would be turning off their ovens. And she would come back at the end of Shabbat on Saturday night and lo and behold everything was cooked because they had this slow, even residual heat. So he heard the story and he thought, um, how can I create something using this principle? The product nax and created in 1936 was initially called the nax binary. So even though it was inspired by Shabbat and accent intended to sell it for commercial use. For cooking beans, among other things. When dared started selling them, they were initially sold for lunch counters. You know, it would be someplace where you would order chili, or the vegetable soup or the minestrone. The beanery was definitely utilitarian kitchen equipment. You can imagine it in the back room of some diner somewhere. It is white ceramic and completely plain except for this label that says nexon in a typeface that looks like it was struck by lightning. But that's pretty much the only adornment on it. And you see there's no switch or anything. It's just you plug it in and it's on. Irving maxson was a prolific inventor. He had over 200 patents. He was asked by the folks at FAO schwarz and hamaker schlemmer to make a doll clothes washing machine. So he really could have had no way of knowing that this beaner would be his legacy. And neither did rival manufacturing the Kansas City based company that bought accents company in 1970. Rival manufacturing used to be most well known for introducing the electric can opener in the 1950s, and it also introduced popular products like the knife O mat, sharpener and the juice Matt juicer and the shredded mat and the steam O mat and the grind O mat. And when rival bought max and utilities corp, they were mostly excited about accents, other inventions, like his son lamps, and portable laundry equipment. They absolutely ignored the binary. As the president of rival told the Kansas City times in a retrospective on the crock pot, quote, no one paid any attention to it. We almost forgot about it. But when rival remembered that they had bought this binary thing, they assigned their home economists to figure out what they could do with it. And then they marketed the shit out of it. They christened it, the crock pot, and they revamped it to target women, women who went to work and were still expected to have dinner on the table. I mean, the rival company figured out, you know, these wonderful taglines like, hey, this cook's wall, the cook's away. And they came with a little brochure, which, yeah, we have right here. The crock pot at the Smithsonian is extremely 1970s. It is avocado green with a gold border of cutesy cartoonish illustrations of onions and tomatoes and fish and other ingredients. It's dainty and quaint as opposed to the industrial binary. And it has just one dial in the center of it with three functions. High, low, off. Easy peasy. So, here's how rival positioned the crock pot right in between Julia Child and the frozen meal. Rivals clever edge was that they had a nutritionist invent crock pot specific recipes, and they created a market for crock pot specific cookbooks. And it's all about the different kinds of foods that you can make in your rival crock pot. You know, and it runs the whole gamut from comfort foods. The kinds of casserole these sorts of things. But the book also contains recipes for French classics, you know, including the fergon speaking of Julia Child. The revamped crock pot was such a huge hit that stores could not keep it stocked. A friend of mine got married in 1977. And she said, well, you know, I got 5 crock pots for my wedding. To me, this is the epitome of that period of time where young women at that time had jobs like that outside the home. When their mothers did not. 1975 was the peak year for the crock pot. Crock pot had become rivals, main product, more popular than its electric can opener. And so rival attracted rivals. Around 40 other competitors in off brand slow cookers flooded the market in the 70s and rival basically lost ground. Also, crock pots just went out of vogue a little bit. They started to be seen as these sort of fuddy duddy casserole machines. When I had my first crock pot, it was my grandma's old crock pot that my mom had used and then passed down to me. It was white and had this like delicate blue design on the rib of it. Ashley Federer's molloy features reporter for The Washington Post. Ashley's grandmother's crock pot was from 1980, and Ashley used it pretty regularly throughout her 20s. She could even make a cake in it. But when she finally wore it out, Ashley got a replacement. The new one that I got is not technically a crock pot. It's a slow cooker made by all clad. And it is this black ceramic bowl in a silver metal frame. It looks very industrial. A lot of kitchen appliances from the aughts came out in chrome and steel. Very impressive, technical looking equipment that shows what a serious ambitious chef you are. And Ashley argues this massive redesign of kitchenware was about targeting a new market that was emerging in the mid 90s. This is when we start to see more men cook, more dads cook more husbands cook more single men cook. This was marketed to women. It was designed for women and then really evolved to be marketed to and designed for men. When you say men, that also mean like everybody. In some ways, yes. I think, you know, it does hue to that old marketing rule of, you know, if it's for women, it's for women, if it's for men, it's for everybody. If it's men, it's gender neutral. And this change came for the crock pot itself. Rival manufacturing was purchased by Holmes group in 1999 and the crock pot was reintroduced clad in stainless steel with a bright red touch pad looking wholly like the terminator. It was reborn as a high-tech state of the art long haul heavy duty cooking machine. And it arrived just as home cooks were looking to tackle more ambitious kitchen endeavors. Like feats in the kitchen. When something is like a big roast or like a rack of lamb that you spent all afternoon or in your crock pot, you could make your Super Bowl chili or your homemade queso, like gender aside, the crock pot was marketed as a way to make something that could be entertaining and showy. Now the crock pot wasn't only a method of stepping away. It was a way of stepping up but why make your signature slow cooked impressive dishes slowly. When you could make your impressive slow cooked dishes quickly. The slow cooker had been gathering a lot of momentum. I would say for the last ten or even 15 years, it'd become very popular. But the instant pot was a phenomenon. Product tester Sharon Frank again. The instant pot came out in 2010 and the branding made it sound like some.

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"pot" Discussed on On The Ledge

On The Ledge

07:03 min | 9 months ago

"pot" Discussed on On The Ledge

"A plastic pot can work. Hoy isn't shitty as well. That also epa fights that's a plant that grows on another plant but unlike because they don't have voters synthesizing routes but they do have quite small route balls and roots that are potentially used to having a bit more exposure to light than say applaud those planted into the ground and this is worth bearing in mind because roots are programmed to grow down the hormone oxen. Which is present injuries and in the leaves and stems as well tells them to follow gravity. This is called politics. Gravitate rope isn see would gravity's in that and trope isn't which means moving so routes our program to grow down and they're also subject to what's called negative photo tropism so that just means that program to grow away from light so what happens when you put a plant in a pot with clear plastic. The reits are gonna grow away from the light. If you leave that clear plastic pot out on the side without any cash poor around it now that could be a positive or negative on the one hand it could potentially stop the plot from becoming rebound. I guess because those routes would be drawn away from doing the usual thing that routes do which is circling brown around the pot when they run out of room in the substrate on the other hand potentially being sent away from the exterior of the pot might also prevent routes from filling the whole pot. That's the theory. So all i can say on. This is use your own experience and experiment with what works for you. I put my transparent ports into a cash for for two reasons. One safe mess and water going everywhere and too because it means that light is reaching directly to any roots that means that i could literally plant any plant that i could think of in a clear plastic pot without worrying. I'm less worried about epa fights being in a clear. Plastic potent light reaching those roots. Because i think that epa fights as a say. They're in the the cleft of a tree. The roots are likely to get more light exposure another consideration with clear plastic parts which you can also use for things like growing in laker and upon which will becoming funny enough be talking about in upcoming episode roy interview somebody from the company louisa who sells pawn about that pawn products. One other thing. That can happen when you grow clear. Plastic is obviously that lines passing through into the soil and algae can result. And that's another reason to put the clip plastic pot into a cash pot because that will prevent algae from growing. It does happen if you have a clear plastic in sunlight algae will form on the side of the pot and on the laker if you are growing it that way also clear plastic ports generate the most heat when it comes to being hit by sunlight if the plan is in a brown port were white pot tends to reflect more heat back but transparent ports and black pots. They hold onto the most heat which could be an issue for plants. That don't like to have hot hot roots as it were one other aspect of this. I'm not that keen on using plastic. And i certainly don't buy any new clear plastic pots myself. Mighty plastic pots are ones. I've recycled from plants have been given or kids and so on and i will also recycle things like if my kids come home from. The cinema with slushy drinks that coming clip plastic. Pots are repurpose. Those you can just stick some holes in the bottom carefully with a pair of scissors or soldering iron. So i never buy plastic. Because just think why. The world is is absolutely absorbed with plastic. Let's not put any more into the system that we need to so. I tend to try to recycle recycle. Recycle it's one of the reasons that not all of my plants are planted in clear plastic parts. Because i've got a lot of existing opaque pots that i still use. So i'd love to know what you think about clip lassie parts whether you use them whether perhaps you're using some other clear pot like gloss the pros and cons. You've found and any hitches. Along the way i'd love to hear what you think on this subject and also this issue of the roots filling the pot is it an issue should be concerned about it. Does it work best for certain plants than others so far. I've only tried this with my epic fight type. Plants are not with anything that would be ground dwelling like my arrow is but i have heard of people. Having great success growing are always in clear plastic. So let me know what you think. I would love to hear how you're using clip plastic pots question of the week. Now and it comes from luke who is seventeen from new york. And i wanted to answer this question because it just gave me a mental image. That was rather a well rather arresting show. I say luke has bought a new monster aloisio. So that's the swiss cheese plant from a local big box store. Who hasn't done that and as brought it home very delighted until on cutting away. The plastic container millipedes started pouring out an luke writes. I think i am traumatize for life. One thing i know about millipedes is that once they regulate. It's hard to get rid of them. What do you suggest so. I'm not sure whether you meant when you said the plastic container luke with you meant the the clear plastic sleeve that it was in or whether you're taking it out of the plastic pot and putting into another container probably the latter. No matter either way. The first thing i'd say was i wonder if you've got millipedes centipedes. They're both members of the mirror. Pod group so these are both segmented arthropods that tend to exist inside house plants and in the garden the weights. Tell them apart is quite simple. They are different and millipedes look at each section of their body or their one leg on each side or two legs on each side. Now millipedes usually have two legs on each of those segments rowing per side. If you know what i mean centipedes. They've got one so that's a way to tell them apart. And how do you know whether these are good or bad for your house. Plans basically centipedes and millipedes do different things but neither of them is going to pose a threat to your house. Plants centipedes will. They're carnivores so they will be eating other creatures. That might be moving around your plants..

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"pot" Discussed on Your Gardening Questions

Your Gardening Questions

02:05 min | 10 months ago

"pot" Discussed on Your Gardening Questions

"Denise send us an email to read at plan talk radio dot com and denise says hi fred. This is my first year gardening. So congratulations to you. And i was wondering how do i know which potted plants to bring indoors when the temperatures start to drop or do i just leave them out over the winter. I'm in zone seven. Thank you okay. No her circumstances are different. I'm going to guess she's probably from Well darn close or even south of the ohio river etc and this gives her different options. We would have here at central. Ohio are certainly north except for people that are having a wonderful display from there Mimosa tree right now that that's just Uncommon good luck or he's being extremely careful but anyhow as to denise. I hope she kept the tags. I hope the tags would have indicated whether these are tropicals or not for example. We made mention his hibiscus again. This this time There is a tropical hibiscus. That's absolutely magnificent. Ina pot indoors in the wintertime. now it's can be out all summer. They're they're full of glorious flower colors. There are many many of them. However here you would have to take that plant in For the winter because the top and the root zone in the container probably would freeze So she might be able to keep a high viscous of the tropical nature outdoors over winter. I would say it's it's pretty if it because where she's zone seven zero to ten above and anything Anything of a tropical nature is not going to like it. Below twenty-eight a book yeah now the reason i say twenty eight is. There's there's some latitude on some plants to live through freezing if it's a light freezing.

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"pot" Discussed on Armstrong & Getty On Demand

Armstrong & Getty On Demand

06:31 min | 10 months ago

"pot" Discussed on Armstrong & Getty On Demand

"Literally will be killed or worse so we have to understand that dealing with totalitarian dictatorship means that they're gonna take our engagement and use it against us literally weaponize it against us at every opportunity and so that's why i think when anthony vouchers asked directly about that and he's like well nothing. There's no problem here. I think that's where a lot of people can see. The disconnect can see why. We can't have scientific collaboration. That's actually a dual use military technology that our adversaries getting varietal. The machine they're pointing at us and that we're going to pay for that. We should still pay for it. You know it's crazy. Wow josh rogin. Global opinions columnist for the washington post and for my money. The best person out there on this stuff. So this column. You had recently chinese China's vaccine profiteering at the un is being funded by us. Tax payers oh. I was unaware of this. This is a really maddening. can you explain that to people you know. This is really crazy because you know the united what china's done with its vaccines. They've gone around the world Threatening bullying coercing countries literally hanging shots over their heads and forcing them the truth between the chinese communist party politics or their own citizens live. That's how china is using its power and its influence. You know we see what beijing wants to be in a world in a world power but the worst part of it is that the international system for distributing vaccine poor people. Which is we're in the majority funder of which were donating the most to decide to use all of that money to buy these chinese vaccines from the government own. Chinese company markup and essentially what that means is that. Us tax payers are giving the chinese government money to send vaccines. I don't work by the way to poor countries and sort of pointing out was seemed to be somehow controversial but all i did was follow the money we pay kovacs which is the international system. They pay the chinese state owned company by the way the vaccines don't even work to that. Seems crazy to me and we shouldn't be doing that. Yeah a little bit from your article a senior. Us official told you that it's not actually. The us donated money but as you write that claim his specious. Because money is fungible homing argument. Is that dividing the on papers meaningless. The united states is funding kovacs and kovacs paying china. You know and yeah. It's kind of crazy to say that we give them two billion dollars and that's not the two billion dollars they're gonna use to pay the chinese gonna write. It doesn't make any sense do it. Doesn't pass the last test but you know what's what's even more crazy is that you know the by the administration. They have a a an ability to influence. These mostly lateral organisation. That's why trump pulled us out because all these multilateral he's doing the wrong thing doing the thing that china wanted them to do and the is like oh no. These organizations could be useful. And i think they can but not if you just let them continue to do the wrong thing. So my words survival ministrations. Hey guys why don't you get on there. And and you know tell kovacs not spend americans money on crappy. Chinese vaccines can make the problem worse. Because they give peop- poor people false sense of security. they go out and spread the virus right. It's actually. We're actually spending money to pay china to make the situation worse. And what do people say. It was like oh. Yeah when a. We're talking josh rogin. I really appreciate your time today man. He's a good read anytime he writes about. Any of this stuff really. I think the best out there man stay on that because the world needs to know what's going on in europe year year you're in their jockstrap so thank thank god. Josh rogin global opinions columnists the washington post. Thanks for your time today. Any kind so a little more on this this so it's called a kovacs that's the. Who's you know we gotta get vaccines. We gotta get shots out to people all around the world and to give. We're the good guys in the story. By foreign china's the bad guys in the world needs to know this because we're locked in a war with china for you know which which one of these polls are you going to be pulled toward the united states or china The two superpowers in the world. China has contributed zero money to the the world project to try to get vaccines to people zero money and zero shots from their national stockpile of their vaccine while the united states has pledged four billion dollars in distributed fifty five million donated shots and promised to donate five hundred million more no charge so the tax payer by far the good guy the superhero in the story and china evil villain. And i don't think enough people know this and the bite administration by the way could do a hell of a better job of making sure. The world does know where the good guy on this and china's the bad guy because we got a win this war of of convincing armstrong and getty new hutton. Iced sunrise batch coffee from dunkin bright and balanced full-body blend boots. So you can get summering from sunrise to sunset and even after that. Because that's when you can show off those string lights you in the backyard or rehome joy. A medium hotter ice sunrise batch coffee for two dollars. 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"pot" Discussed on Armstrong & Getty On Demand

Armstrong & Getty On Demand

07:03 min | 10 months ago

"pot" Discussed on Armstrong & Getty On Demand

"Lincoln radio studio at the george washington broadcast center armstrong and joe armstrong and getty show. They became incredibly violent. And that's when that Surge that you watched in some of the video began and you had a large group at the mouth of that Tunnel entrance trying to push their way through the officers who were fighting to defend. I believe had they done so or had they accomplished that they would have trampled us to death. Most certainly you would have had police officers killed. I think you run that experiment a thousand times. What happened that day and you get a few dead people as we ended up with that one time i mean i think it was just a matter of luck in amazement and that that that more people didn't die as often for known just said there if they had broken through they would trampled them. They certainly would have beating to death. They could've and i think if they had gotten into. The capital data killed some politicians. I really believe that that would have happened. Just stunning debra j saunders in front of the armstrong and getty show for a long time. She's a fellow at the discovery center. Chapman center citizen leadership. And then she is now. she's also a columnist with creators syndicate. But she's now sub stack. That's where all the best writers are. You can just search for debra j sanders if you want to saunders if you want to find her on subsidy left the the you out of her name there thank you thank you answer. Oh is that he changed your name. You have different spelling there than you have there. I mean that's crazy. Debra saunders joined down the armstrong and getty show. Hey how's it going fine fine. I'm changing the spelling of my name for everything. Subset is where all the best people are. So i'm glad deceit that you're on there. It's a great place to go because you can you can I love writing my column But it's once a week. It's i have sort of be. It's bigger thoughts that you can just jump on stack which is really fun. I like that so this hearing green and everything. I totally agree with everything insane all morning. Okay so you heard us earlier. Yeah the so. The day it happened was just. I was just beside myself i just. I can't believe this is happening. And but then you know the way the human mind works kinda trailed off in my memory of how awful it was kinda went away. Then then you see videos again you think. Oh yeah that's right. People were trying to beat and police to death with us flagpoles and then the new york times put together. I don't know if you saw that thing that they put together a week. Or so ago where they compiled thousands and thousands of hours video of from iphones in that sort of stuff into one hell of a montage that was like being on the ground as that. Medieval battle happened Just stunning and then seeing it again yesterday. You reminded just just how awful that whole thing was. So here's here's my mic current sense for trump and pelosi. I think i think. Donald trump and nancy pelosi for completely different reasons. Were okay with things getting a little out of hand. And they thought a little out of hand was going to benefit them both and And they got way out of hand. What do you think yeah. I think that that's true in a officer done said that the reason they didn't prepare more as they never thought this would happen and that they thought it would be a problem. But they didn't think it would be like this jim jordan. Who was kevin mccarthy picked to be on the select committee and pelosi said no. He's been on tv all week. Saying and i were on that committee. I'd be asking them. Why weren't you more prepared. So what he's saying is that pelosi should've known that this was going to happen. 'cause if that's true then donald trump should have known. This was going to happen right. You'd have done something to stop it because you don't want to have your supporters running into the capital and beading law enforcement. People are on our side. They're good people and you could see from the testimony. These four men are traumatized by what happened to them. They can't believe that their fellow citizens did this to them as a horrible day. As we'll play this again just because it's a it makes a pretty good point So different. I can discuss play thirty one again for me. This is officer phenomenon. I feel like i went to hell and back to protect them in the people in this room but too many are now telling me that hell doesn't exist or that. hell actually. wasn't that bad. The indifference shown to my colleagues is disgraceful. It's got to be a really difficult thing to take that you fought for a couple of hours blacked out for several minutes probably with surprise to wake up alive you fought and fought and fought and fought to protect these politicians and then some of those politicians are pretending that it never happened. I it's it. I mean they have every right to be furious about this and and i'm i'm watching these Sort of what aboutism or there are some republicans who are trying to act like. This wasn't a big deal. It was a big deal. And if i were. If i were kevin mccarthy my way of dealing with it would be to have reasonable. Republicans there to ask questions I think this is the day for nancy. pelosi the works best for democrats. There are you know other things that you can get into. But there's just no excuse for go for people to you. You don't treat police officers like that. And this is something that we on the right hated when the during the demonstrations and riots and all the other stuff like that. We thought that this is wrong and people belong in jail and same goes for the january six people. It wasn't just a it was a big deal. And if these people had succeeded they would have They probably would have killed some members of congress and they would have intimidated the rest of them into overturning. The electoral college vote in favor of their person. And we would be You know we we would be a tinpot. Dictatorship would be i. I don't think that was ever going to happen. I mean you know maybe some people. I said okay. I'll vote that way with a gun to their head but would have quickly been corrected. I mean so. They were never going to accomplish what they want to accomplish it. Just it just said i. i don't. I don't even get what was going on in their heads. There will there crazy people. But i wish in my in my ideal. Democracy would have democrats on that panel and republicans on that panel both speaking to their own sides. Saying this is unacceptable. We cannot be attacking police in portland and seattle and we cannot be attacking police in washington. Dc and you know we're unified on this but we're we're not even close.

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"pot" Discussed on Xander & Stone - The Science & Supernatural Podcast

Xander & Stone - The Science & Supernatural Podcast

01:53 min | 1 year ago

"pot" Discussed on Xander & Stone - The Science & Supernatural Podcast

"Seven were dismissed. It doesn't but then they threw in at the very end and the others magic cows raccoon deer porcupines the rest of the numbers together with that. Suppose what they would have been looking for. There was any Like dna evidence of a species that we aren't aware of that they wouldn't have been able to write and they were matched to the ones that we have already cut on a disappointing note. Bigfoot hair out there a big poops before and it's the first study. The only had thirty seven hours or samples and aside from the pubic hairs. Like science did not say pubic. You use it. If if you're out in the wild and you find like a long strand of blonde hair you'll be like this is a human head because has hair the spine in long. If you find is like weird short a little strange hair. You'll be like that. Might be a bigfoot hair. You'll puppet i can. I can almost. I hadn't i clearly by more than anything else. I'm gonna tell you in crop circles. I love the idea. I love the idea that they were having some sort of a like big. Dna test results like reveal party. Ever it is. Billy bob like coming back with the results from the lab to tell his whole family that he was that he discovered that he discovered the big for dna through the hair that he found and the whole family and the whole town was gathered there and he had to announced to everybody. That was just a little story played out in my head. I wonder if they let the individuals. Now your specific air. I mean i bet if you had volunteered. Maybe they did that would be. Yeah everytime bob. Every time every time. Billy bob comes back to the lab. The people god here comes the guy.

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"pot" Discussed on MinddogTV  Your Mind's Best Friend

MinddogTV Your Mind's Best Friend

04:41 min | 1 year ago

"pot" Discussed on MinddogTV Your Mind's Best Friend

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"pot" Discussed on Blind History

Blind History

04:28 min | 1 year ago

"pot" Discussed on Blind History

"He's buried in this this miserable a little grave. I saw a picture of it on the internet and it's this is good like a broken wooden fence around it and you know the kind of corrugated iron that you see on the roofs of so many house. South Africa, you see a lot of it in the squatter camps. It's got like a piece of bent iron over a little wooden structure and then underneath this is really just a heap of Earth which is surrounded by stones and nothing smart about it in front. There's a little altar with some incense sticks and then it's got grave of Pol Pot. No one's Too Faced it. You've gotta ask yourself how he got away. So it's got free and how his grave is not been covered in concrete like, you know, no one no one worships Stalin anymore. No one worships Hitler anymore. These people have been universally acknowledged as evil dead yet this dude. He's lying there in peace in the country that he ruined and you know, I think the K Maru sled a place in the United Nations, you know, I think it's latest turn of the century. That's a trillion at that boggles the mind. I just think that there was a lot of funny things going on with the Cold War and the us then started supporting the Khmer Rouge to take the Vietnamese out cuz there was a puppet government job. In compared yesterday was a whole lot of funny things going on and maybe that's why he he got away with it. I don't know, you know, it was very sad. Like you've already pointed out that kind of flew under the radar because there was so many bigger fish to fry in terms of international players. And Cambodia just wasn't important enough for people to pay attention. Yeah, and it just shows you not all people are equal. So it kind of in in some sick way. It proves that wage inequality is the way the state of man. Yeah. So history is not always fair and and the fact that a guy like this, you know died of natural causes and under house arrest. We're off you'd commit such atrocities. It's just it's just unbelievable boggles the mind and and of course that part of the world has never fully recovered but Cambodia has a rich in ancient history. There's obviously there's famous ruins of old watch that which comes from a much more ancient civilization that actually was part of the flag. They had the main temple in Angkor Wat as the symbol in the middle of their communist Democrat. People's Republic of kampuchea that had that that symbol on their flag. Apparently there are museums you can go to in Cambodia now where they have just walls with skulls almost like the raccoons and ROM or in in Paris, but many many more people that have died and and whose remains are now in these unbelievably huge mausolea. It's very lucrative country. And it's it's quite a place down into the South China Sea and it's got some of the the best freshwater fish in the world even today. So if you want to go and catch big freshwater fish you go to Cambodia, it's a nice area for fishing in it, but it's an interesting part of the world. I don't think though that it's completely out of the woods yet. There's still elements of the Khmer Rouge Alive and Well in that part of the world, there's still lots of fights between the Vietnamese the cambodians and many others. It's taking them literally 30 years or even more to recover if they have recovered from it. What a guy off. Um, not not one of our favorites but he fits into the same category as some of those Maniacs that we've covered before like Vlad the Impaler Stalin. Yes any of the others but you know, that doesn't seem.

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"pot" Discussed on Blind History

Blind History

02:59 min | 1 year ago

"pot" Discussed on Blind History

"They even talk about Mal Pol Pot seems to be a second-rate dictator killer autocrat murderer despot tyrants, you know, he he's like got sick and running but this guy was a a maniac who was absolutely a maniac. I mean, it really does make some of these the Stalin's and Hitler's of the world wants to collect pennies. Did you have any personal life at all? I mean, were there any people close you are so you had two marriages his first marriage was to a lady that was linked to the royal family. So in the beginning, I mean yet he definitely was from the wealthier side of the world. And you have a child and I must be honest. I try to find out what happened to the child. You know, there's not much information on it. I looked at a picture of him though, and he seems like a pretty ordinary dude. He almost looks like a Cambodian version of Elon Musk. You know, he really doesn't look like a very dangerous person and this is a picture of him even in his old age before he died of what was a supposed heart attack. He looks like a jovial but he's smiling and laughing in this picture. He said on his deathbed virtually certainly in the last interview that anyone did with him that he had no regrets. He said everything I did I did for my country. Phenomenon now what what a strange world. You must living in your head. When you think you can get away with social engineering on the scale and really that's what he will go down in history full is trying the most audacious kind of social engineering that turn things backwards and try to eliminate all difference between people he tried to block people numbers machines robotics heartless. Absolutely. And and this is just one of the most evil things that could ever have been perpetrated Against Humanity. Do we know anything about the last years of his life where he was cuz you said he was in the jungles, you know up to kind of the nineteen-eighties, but where did he end up saying. Just close to the table border? So that's where you went deep into the jungle and it's been a lot of time then his Youth and that's we really got the love and you believe the way they lived you. See, that's the way that's all country must live. And so you're yep. Back then I think he was very well protected and he was a figurehead for the cameras for you know, right into the nineties already stepped down as their lead in nineteen eighty-five. He stayed in that area and he kept gorilla campaigns going on up until the nineties. Let's not long ago. So this movie The Killing Fields that already been put onto onto the circuit around the world and he was still doing Guerrilla campaigns in the Northern parts of Cambodia. I think in the end it fell apart and they had some sort of house arrest, but I think it was just a front you got away with it. And then you died, you know supposedly he was arrested by another senior Khmer Rouge figure and and they did sentence him to life imprisonment. But I mean he seems to have got a really easy cuz he did die of this heart failure as you say in nineteen ninety eight,.

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"pot" Discussed on Blind History

Blind History

04:39 min | 1 year ago

"pot" Discussed on Blind History

"A gentle breeze rustles the leaves of tall palm trees which Tower over a subtropical plane. Mostly flat it has an obviously landscaped Mound shaped like three sides of a rough rectangle. It seems like an unnatural physical feature in such an otherwise perfect setting. That mound is a mass grave called Chung check. It is the final resting place of over eight thousand people who were beaten to death with whatever was at Hand by the henchmen of Pol Pot. He ruled Cambodia for only four years and despite his horrific.

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"pot" Discussed on Vamily Show

Vamily Show

03:39 min | 1 year ago

"pot" Discussed on Vamily Show

"He told me he was spending three hundred, fifty dollars a month on coffee. He didn't realize it. So he thought okay I, need change things. So he decided he was make coffee at home and by that specialty coffee that Specially Cup of coffee once a week on a Friday at the end of the work week watching that's another big thing for folks and then convenience stores you though that convenience costs I'll say that again, convenience cost how many times maybe you at a store you're hot you stop and you get that bottle of water you pay a dollar ninety, nine, four I can go home and get it out of my sank. Cost eighth right or out of my filtered refrigerator you know I'm not saying you can't have bottled water not saying that but convenience cost you on their by a bottle of pop a bag of chips or bottle pat pop and a candy bar convenience costs. So stopping at the convenience store, maybe you're tired at the end of the day, you want to go home and you're too tired to cook and you drive through a fast food listen if you do meal. Planning, you can prepare throw that roast and potatoes in hot. Put it in the oven at two fifty at the beginning before you leave for work eight hours. Later you come home, your house smells great. Roasted potatoes is done and you didn't have to Labor over the meal crock pot cooking is another great way. If you don't WanNa come home and prepare a meal after a long day at work, you can put the things in the crock. Pot put it on law. If the beginning before you leave for.

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"pot" Discussed on SantaCruznKitchen Podcast

SantaCruznKitchen Podcast

11:55 min | 2 years ago

"pot" Discussed on SantaCruznKitchen Podcast

"We make reservations under a fake name and we always pay cash so we're trying to be as anonymous as possible and are only agenda. Here is to eat good food and to talk about eating good food into riccar record but this podcast purely for fun for your entertainment and for our entertainment now. We have never worked in professional kitchens. So we don't know what back of House will front of House. We know those terms is but we don't know what everything is involved so take it with a grain of salt when we like we bought Blah Blah Blah Blah. Because we don't actually know how things work we just see. See what we see. That's true and have you seen any new restaurants in town this week. Not that I can recall. I'm going to have to drive around and look I haven't seen any either. And what about closeness. Once I know I haven't seen any closed ones either. I think at this time of year restaurants trained hang on until the end of the year they can if their are there Sinking good point. Yeah and in our staying out and stepping out section here. Did you step out without me and go somewhere else to eat. No but I'm planning planning to tonight. Oh where are you going tonight. I'm going to you know Santa Cruz staple I'm going to Cafe Cruise Santa Cruz. I'll tell you about it next time. Okay good and and I'm probably going to be eating some food at the Ski Lodge. That's it all. I'll give him review in my twenty dollar bowl of Chili next week. Okay Looking uh-huh and now for a review of Monster Pot so we ended up a monster pot at eleven thirty on a Thursday for launch eleven thirty in the morning. It was rainy and cold that day for soup. So the entrance demonstrable Okay so the space itself. I think this has bad. Juju gone and out in and out and the inference is really weird yes so in case. You're wondering we must part is. It's where the what's the name of the restaurant. There was a Greek restaurant there. And now there's another greenspace meal says all right Green says yes so this is on front street. It's kind of a little it's got it's it's got to be surfrider burs right which is now kind burgas. I think from kind bearers things up and then there's the Korean place is it used to be a great place and then it's between them so we are narrowing doorway. Yeah and it's fun. It took them what six months to open. Oh at at least yeah. Yeah because we were excited. It was going to be pop place and we went and it wasn't open and we. Yeah so difficult again it open right so it's way 'cause you go in and there's like a little interest in vain you go into the restaurant and not only that the parking lot is always so jammed up and they. They're parking cars. All clustered clustered together out of the spaces. So I think it's maybe people who work there and so you're walking between cars like you're in a safeway parking lot to get to the entrance of this restaurant which annoyed the crap out of me. I gotta say and we haven't even sat down yet and we're already a little annoyed. Yeah not necessarily a good didn't feel welcoming and didn't feel open it didn't feel. Oh I don't know it just feels like you're sneaking between cars and going into this doorway in a corner somewhere once you give them the restaurant actually quite big yes. It is quite big and it's sunny because because they've got big huge giant skylights and well which is good because most of the walls are black. Yeah it is oddly black. Yeah I don't I don't know what they had in there before but I think they purposely turned it black and but that lighting is chandeliers crystal chandeliers which is very sweet. Yeah so the looking for sensibility. Lydia son kind. I don't know what they do. So we get seated at the table and they bring us menus and they bring us is a tablet. I okay so it's a tablet of because the there is no person to take the order right. You're supposed to self order. which would be fine fine if you just wanted exactly what they have on the menu but I wanted to try one of the hot pot dishes and I thought it would be like a regular hot pot were you put the items in and cook them and eat them but it turns out? It's actually they just bring you your bowl of food and it's on a burner and that's like hot pot so I didn't want to have the a beef because there were big huge chunks of beef in it. I was excited for the fish balls. And the shrimp what one point five fish balls into shreds the trump so the menu has warm appetizers and cold appetizers and then it has hot pots and then it has noodle dishes pushes and it has rice dishes and has traditions. Yeah so the soup dishes. I different from the hawks. Yes so the way they pots work. is they bring you a little burner with Purple Jelly daylight and individual burner an individual and then they bring you a cast iron. Yeah a cast iron pot. Filled with whatever hotpot. Aw You have ordered and you ordered the one that had a lot of things in it because it was the only one that fishbowl. Yeah Coconut Curry. Yeah it was a coconut. Yeah that's that's right which tasted good. But I didn't WANNA have beef in it and I went ahead and got the beef anyway and it was when they were taking when they were trying to help us with the orders on the IPAD. This very very confusing. I think you had to be a server and understand how to use this particular program to order unless you wanted exactly just which is what I did. Yes yeah so I did something straight up on the menu because I did not WanNa fuss with it So I just had noodles than before so I actually ordered awarded noodle soup I ordered the be far. which is the rice noodles and a beef broth with big chunks of what junkies slices of beef in the beef is rolling when they put it in the hot broth and while it's in the broth and then they bring you a side of Basil and Jalapenos Rose and bean sprouts. Yes and then a piece of lyme so that you throw that and then your quiz up your doctorate lyman. I'm a white woman so I don't like mine spicy but I could have doctored up you know even a little more. What about the spice in yours? I think they said it was medium spicy. But I'M I. I like hot hot food. So didn't even register with me as being Spicy Bianchi but it was good. It tasted good okay. I think I was annoyed that I had to pick out so much beef and I try to eat and some of the beef but it just has so much fat on it and stuff so I just took it out completely and leave Tofu. fishballs fish cake and shrimp. Yes I saw you pulling out a piece of the fish cake as well. Yeah wasn't that great. I had a bite of it originally so it wasn't that great so I don't know I was kind of disappointed. Because has we know this used to be Betty's noodles this spot here didn't use to be bryce notice so the same people who had biddies noodles if you've ever had betty's noodles it was on the bus stop. We seem to keep going back to the bus station station downtown Santa Cruz at the Metro. And it's on the Pacific Avenue side and it was a restaurant. It wasn't up so it was a restaurant and it was is basically noodles or noodle bryce so whether it was soup or whether it was whether it was just you know noodles without a soup so we gone to Betty's quite a lot. Oh Man I was in Betty's every week I was in a self help program for eating Betty's noodles too much and I'm out of control. They did he's only had probably twenty things on the menu and they'll have big pictures and you just say I want number five ten and for ten dollars you could get in and out fifteen dollars tip but no drink right right so this is not that no no. This is totally different. So once you sit down the uh well the menus more expensive overall and then you. You're sitting down in a restaurant so you're tipping at the end. So by the time we got out I don't know where we twenty ninety six hundred twenty dollars into it or something like that. Let's see it came to thirty three tip. Okay which is twenty four. Yeah my ten dollar. Yeah wow well I say I had a number of times in the world couple of things that would to Saltiel. Didn't quite okay but there was a couple of things that were great. Yeah this one How would so we didn't do a appetizer? It into a desert just had AL thing. How would you rate it? I was so disappointed with the fact that it wasn't. It's not truly hot pot and I wasn't able to have what I wanted in it. which is kind of the idea of hot pot is to me what what really is? Oh the hot pot that I've gone to a number of times is Called little sheep and Santa Cruz. Now there's none in Santa Cruz. You have to go over the hill the Santa Clara San Jose and you eat with a bunch of people. They'd bring you a giant cut. Cast Iron Bowl has one sort of broth on one onside in a spicy broth on the other. And then you order all your sides be fish balls whatever and then you put him in and cook them kind of in your little section and then scoop amount of Nina minute serve community pot and this broth is. It's all about the Bra so I was Kinda thinking that I'd be able to choose what I put into it like. I did at little sheep but that was not the case. That's disappointing. Yeah you did get noodles with it right so you had a choice. Titles wheat noodles. Wait noodles yeah I enjoyed I. I enjoy those but So compared to so rate compl- I keep comparing it to Betty's because I love betty so much and there's a hole in my life now that Betty's eases missing betty so bettis for you was a plate liquor os every single week. And so. What is this one fear? Oh Man I don't even know if I would do second helping so you're not sure it'll even go right. I think I will because well mainly it was my lunch spot for ten dollars and I just you feel like sixteen dollars too much for lunch for me. Okay 'cause I eat out probably three to four days a week. We're working and so yeah I don't I don't know and the atmosphere is different so old. Betty's there was cheek-to-jowl and then they had an outdoor section. You're are fighting for table while you are out there. A lot of the Times added to the atmosphere and it was mainly students students. The student the bus would stop right there in front of it. If you got there at four four o'clock God help you get in your dinner because the line was going to be out the door at four o'clock with students stop in there to buy theirs and I didn't see I didn't see anybody that looks like a student to me. Well there's there's a lot of business people in their eating a couple of family. Yeah so not. Only I mean it had some of the It had a lot of menu items. embiid he's yeah but they more expensive now so more expensive they were eight dollars. Alec twelve dollars. Same people right. I'm saying people running at Saint. Joan is so it's it's an expanded menu and it's much nicer spot to eat exit for the entry way already complained about that so much nicer spot to eat but it totally different clientele so they wanted to more scale restaurant because the old biddies noodle is nothing now right. Well that's going to be part of that redevelopment metro from there all the way down to talk okay of Civic Avenue so yeah so we can. I guess. The obituary was forbids noodle Yahoo. How's your I guess we Asian? It's you betty's new well Monster Energy So for my rating I if it was a folk can I can go back again if someone said. Hey we're GONNA go to monster part like okay so this is the second time on actually being. Yeah and the fist time with me as well so for me..

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"pot" Discussed on 710 WOR

710 WOR

02:55 min | 2 years ago

"pot" Discussed on 710 WOR

"Is not the pot the policies that he's put through are are that there's there's no modern Republican that wouldn't try and do the same things not be as effective as he's done but these these are traditional pro business pro economy strong national defense everything he promised to do strong immigration usual Republican policies are these are some strange thing but he has that he purchased the desk to do it secondly he just doesn't you know he doesn't doesn't wait for permission just does it and get two executive orders or what have you and he's got a he's got a booming economy on all fronts each this meeting is made jobs the military all the things that great successfully accomplished if he if he gets a raise the trump image people might have a personality is a strong personality some people like it some people don't like it but the consequence of this president are extraordinary Hey ed Rollins you've run some of the most successful presidential campaigns ever if they tried to hire you for the Biden campaign would you say to somebody privately you know I don't think he's got it physically mentally I don't think he's up to the challenge here I I think I think he cannot wear well I think I think he sees he slipped a notch and and I can say being very close in age to him all the younger not much you do you do you do wear out and the and and being president trumps the Thompson extraordinary human being I mean it's fine for hours sleep easy east energetic he keeps moving forward he tackles all kinds of things to keep everything is set up an account only give the others man of the seventies or woman in the seventies can accomplish quite the same thing so I I think to a certain extent I think biting his lip I think he's not going to hold up well on a campaign greeting on some of the polls today still a long ways to go but of course the counter that is Bernie is even older so for party wants to go to get young people and they get to the oldest candidate in history to be their their their their plan bears well if you want to help in twenty twenty sissy I wanna will donate I want to work on a volunteer with the great America packed dot org now you guys are all over the country right you're watching all the races put in money a lot all right or supporting pro conservative pro trump attack candidates service for the press and you just go to great America pack dot org you can help there what do you think it will it will will we take back to Congress and twenty twenty why it was turning on all the Senate which is critical to us I think will gain seats can we get all get a majority at the depends on the campaign we run I think to a certain extent I we've got all the issues I think the public clearly it appreciates trump an example help but it was a big turnout you know just the thousands and thousands of people are showing up at rallies Amir just incredible.

"pot" Discussed on The Complete Guide to Everything

The Complete Guide to Everything

03:23 min | 3 years ago

"pot" Discussed on The Complete Guide to Everything

"I'm not convinced he really actually make your own meals, and I'll tell you that thing that I made in the instant pot as my first meal. Beef stew. All right. So here's the thing about the instant pot. Are you like me? Did you have a slow cooker? And you realize that everything that came out of the GD slow cooker tasted the same. Yeah. A little bit. Like, you know, what you know, what I haven't been happy with the slow cooker. The last thing I made a made a pot roast in there, and I put like a ton of vegetables, and they just get all their all mushy like they in like, the carrots taste of the same as the potatoes his the same as onions just like, I don't like this see the instant, I don't know if this was your your experience with the beef stew. But like you can saute of on you can properly cook the vegetables. Yes. And then you pressure when you put the meat in that has been my experience with the pot and and. Everything doesn't taste the same. It's not just the same Brown sludge the way. I did this one sauteed onions, I press old saute button. And then I put like the the meat and broth and that kind of stuff, and then let that cook with some of the vegetables ever get which vegetables. But then like at the end, you would put in like carrot. I think at the end it was the carrots the potatoes and doing it that way the carrots and potatoes didn't turn to complete mush. Yeah. Because they were. But I mean the team with the instant pot. Eight hours where you crazy y'all cook anything eight hours, I cooked the whole thing in eighteen minutes. And then the carrots potatoes in three minutes. The instant pop makes me wish I still that. I wasn't a vegetarian because I I would think the opposite. I would think like it would make it easier. Oh, it it is easier. But like now I'm here in about like, hey, you just throw some chicken breasts in there. You put some things in there and an eight minutes you have like a perfectly cooked chicken dinner. Yeah. It's winter chicken dinner. Yeah. I would have done that like. You do this like whenever I had to cook my own meet, I was always afraid owed under cook it and die alone in my home. So. Do you like take a bite of under-cooked chicken? It would just kill you dead right away. You know, I thought it would be a slow death. I know a die slowly like with, you know, maybe over you, look, I just didn't want you'd like I thought I'd get very sick. I thought it'd be like oh just trying to make a news chicken dinner, right? Healthy. You know, bady wanna worried enough to buy meat thermometer bought a meat thermometer. Eventually he didn't trust actually didn't trust. And also by the time, you know, you gotta like take it out. And then it still cooks even that like the temperature will actually go up a little bit. Once you take it out. Yeah. Just weird, and I never trusted that whole process..

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