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"pabst" Discussed on The Smutlancer Podcast
"Retire get that return I mean. The slow many factors to sink bow about like. How much time new pitch on how much can you then turn around in any given time? Is this your full-time Gig so you don't have to. Fitness rammed a day job like all those things are going to have. An impact and Yeah. Earning money just from your pitched work is going to require building up A. Essentially portfolio of clients of places who were prepared to take your work on a regular or semi regular of Isis is. PABST. Trying to find somebody who would be interested in new writing a coma more six part series or because then you've done that pitch and you're like great I know I've got this and it's going to cover the next six months because I'm doing a piece of mom stuttered A. That kind of thing can be really useful I mean. Yeah, do you need to know how like a God there's so many factors I feel a bit like. I. Feel like. Well, it's Schick. It's we have to give vague answers. My my thought goes to. My initial gut reactions to say in the beginning you pitch as much as you can credibly do meaning that your ideas are good well formatted that you can get out in a day that are publications you want to be associated with. So that does not mean pitching to every single publication that exists The thing about that though is there will for you pitch a lot because you're only going to get a percentage of acceptances at first. Knows at first until you build those relationships with editors ago, ally know your work. I know your ideas you know I'm inclined to look at that email I that kind of thing. But what happens what has happened in my experience when I used to just pitch ideas is there comes a tipping point where you pitched soon so much and more people than you anticipated said, yes, and then they all wanna give you deadlines that are kind of right on top of one another and I have found that if you get to that point, you kind of can go through this period of this is almost too much. And that's that's the thing you can't predict. You don't know when that will happen you don't, and then the the the weird thing is is that will happen and then pitching can be feast or famine. If people aren't buying I know this because of the other side of content creation. I. Do where I answer a law journal requests on behalf of a client there were three months where almost nobody was looking for quote experts to talk about sex..
Algae Oil for Cooking?
"McCaffrey. So D-, what's the topic for this week? The topic for this week is. Culinary algae oil what is it and is it a good oil to cook with? Wow that's a new one. Now G oil. Yeah. I actually. This was somewhat new to me as well. I heard about it from a client as I often hear about new things. end. So piqued my interest because of course, I know about algae oil supplements for like a basically a plant source of the omega three fatty acids that we typically find in fish oil. And these are very important types of fatty acids for our brain and our overall health, and so I was thinking, okay. I know about that type of algae oil. But how do you? How could you have an algae oil that you could cook with because you would never want to cook with algae oil that has these very fragile Omega three fats in it because they would just burn up and turn around. Yeah. So I had to really kind of look around and and see what this algae culinary is all about. So there's a company called thrive and that's the name of the brand of the oil. It's called thrive algae culinary oil. And it's owned by a company in in the Netherlands. And so it they don't get their algae from the ocean like like the companies that make algae oil supplements do that type of algae is like marine phytoplankton type of algae, very high in Omega three fatty acids. This algae oil actually comes from an algae that grows on the bark of a chestnut tree in Germany one that's where they originally got their algae from. Now, they make it in these big. like. Steel that's very similar to making your. Yes and in fact, I believe I read somewhere that the company actually is housed in an old PABST blue ribbon factory, and they actually used the same fermenting bats. so they take this algae from a chestnut tree in Germany that's the original source of it. But now what they do is they can grow it now in there that and so they have sort of like a sustainable replenishable supply of this algae. So and they ferment it in the VATS and so during the fermentation process. What happens is they kind of feed a little bit of sugar in to get that fermentation started, and then the fermentation process turns the carbohydrate portion of this. Into oils and so then once they have their final fermented product that is rich in oils that press the oil out of the algae. And this oil is different from. Well, it's different from any other kind of algae. And and it is somewhat bioengineered which which I read is that they do they do add certain things together to make it so that it has a high percentage of mono unsaturated fats in which is the type of fat that's an olive oil and avocado oil. Only this algae oil has a much higher percentage of monounsaturated fats than any other plant oil. It's got like ninety percent of it is monounsaturated versus olive oil which has about seventy six percent monounsaturated so. Is this for would you treat it like olive oil when you cook or you treat it like something that can take a little higher heat? Well, the this one claims that it's great for high heat cooking because it has a smoking point of four, hundred, eighty, five degrees, which is really high and you know olive oils doesn't go that high come and so you know. So basically they have they've they've done this they said they've they've crossed bread. And otherwise. Genetically. Modified. Aspects of this algae to give it a high monounsaturated fat content. And then they you know. So they end up with an oil that has this high amount of monounsaturated. Therefore, it has a high amount of and has a high smoke point and one of the reasons. That you know they they talked about this smoke point in an oil comes from something called free fatty acids within the oil, which most of the fats in our diet, and especially even in our oils are in the form of what we call it triglycerides, which is basically three fatty acids attached to a glycerine molecule, and that's called a triglycerides and that's how most of our fouts exist in our foods a free fatty acid. Attached to a glacier all it's just kind of floating around in there and when you have free fatty acids in your oil as you're cooking it, those fatty acids start evaporating before the other oil components as it heats up and then that's what creates like these little soot particles and then eventually smoke. So
"pabst" Discussed on Radio Free Flint
"That that a victim can have, and I say that because the general rule is that you can't sue the government for money damages as state or federal court you can't sue the state for money damages in State or Federal Court. Under Federal Civil Rights Law. Okay. have absolute sovereign. There's one big exception whistle blower. You can't do the state in in in court for money damages if there's a violation of the whistleblower, that's why the former agreements administrative for state of Michigan sued. Michigan Supreme Court justices. The whistle blower theory I mean governmental immunity is not a defense. Sovereign immunity is not defense because by passing nets, that statute they waved eleventh amendment is not a defense by passing the with US law they waived. So. It's the most powerful claim you can bring. Not, only, is it the most powerful claim pathos wise and connecting with the jury? It's the most powerful claim you can break who sacrifices himself for the good of others including others. He doesn't even know to do the right thing while you and I are talking right here. There may be a meat packing plant that is packing meat from dead cows when they shouldn't be doing that I mean, don't we want a guy to stand up and say I'm not going to let this happen I'm not GonNa let art and Tom. That meet and I'm. GonNa stand up and say, Hey, this has got to stop I'm going to the authorities I'm blowing the whistle on you. Of course, it's going to get fired. He knows it's going to get fired but he's GonNa do it because it's the right thing to do it to protect me in you. That's a whistle. So these guys that not to get delve into current events too deeply, but we've seen a parade of these trump administration people including a colonel men men who? TESTIFIED AGAINST Say Against Law was more or less against the president. And he was he looks and essence a whistle blower. Right. Are Those. People are Gonna be able to bring lawsuits against the government. I would say, yes if the brady lawsuits against the government, I just WanNa, Graham Black I just did file it against the government you know I mean that a governmental entity Graham blanked township you know and and I. and. I. Wouldn't I can bring it against if been the state of Michigan was as employer I brought the same lawsuit. Exactly, the same lawsuit now, they could claim all they want sovereign immunity. That's which is, as you know, is different than governmental immunity. It still would not have been a defense and they also could have thrown up the Levin. amendment. A state has an eleventh amendment affirmative defense, very powerful maximum a lot of cloud knock knock out a whistleblower..
"pabst" Discussed on Radio Free Flint
"A super lawyer. Put you in our magazine I it sure sounds great I. I liked that idol. Get Becoming I. Think I've been once since two thousand, five maybe. Well it just. You have to try a lot of cases and had some good results in on. Then it's noticed by people and that people submit your name said, this guy should be on the list you know he tries more cases than anyone else. That's about how it comes about. I see is it through the Michigan Lawyers Weekly, that does this? No, that's a separate thing. Super Lawyers is a different magazine. You know they have their own magazine, super lawyers, lawyers, weeklies totally separate from that lawyers weekly as you know as the magazine you and I all judges at Michigan read and they select twenty five people each year to be leaders in the law you know as the title of it. Okay. And I made leader in law and two thousand eleven as a result of certain cases that I tried. That were noteworthy. Actually change the Law Michigan when it comes to whistleblowers. And Talk to you about whistleblower, that's that's an area that you developed. Locally, actually a began to use that make and build law that people could be protected. I saw Tom Tell us a little bit about your background. You're you're a person who's a WHO's a flint person right and tell us where you went to school and where he grew up at I grew up in the Detroit area. Madison Heights graduated from high school served in the army. Vietnam. Got Shot went through school on the vocational rehabilitation. program. Greatest Program, there is for wounded veterans. So that's how I got my degree. That's how I funded my degrees and I got through Undergrad school at you about Flint. Then I went to Wayne State Law School got my regular law decree in nineteen seventy seven that I went back and got a master's in tax nineteen, eighty I started off doing corporate at tax law, but then in. Nineteen eighty-one more Leeson who who you know was a good friend of yours great attorney and Flint. One of the best trial lawyers asked me to go with him and I went with him and. I started doing trial work almost exclusively in I'll go into court and try case front juries. Yacht and. As I recall. Early. In your career you had a little head start I mean when we're you sworn into the bar. Seventy seven. And I came along in eighty two, but I remember as a young lawyer. I didn't really know you at that time. But one of the things I used to watch trials I would go in when I had a spare moment..
"pabst" Discussed on Outcomes Rocket
"Are Consistent over time. Means something going on right Take Science and technology to validate it in. That's exactly what's happening right now. And so as the world of research and science attack have been catching up to our behaviors and music. Listening were now this really awesome time where You know music can be pushed into its rightful place into healthcare. Because we can measure it, we can validate its impact. There's more research that proves its efficacy. See, and that's all changing as we speak, so it's really a pretty exciting time to be moving music into the modern world of medicine and health care, and I feel pretty fortunate that spirit tunes able to be one of the early leaders in the space and helping our users get the best outcomes from sound. Yeah I think it's awesome and Jamie. You know congratulations on your little one. and. It's a testament to year commitment of this in how much you are working to make it make it happen for others and so Kudos to you, and and you know you're teaching for or what you've done, thus far and what you will create with this awesome. Thank you It's it's been quite the journey, but it's only just beginning to, so it's pretty. It's pretty exciting for sure. Yeah, all right, so we're. We're here at the end and so before we conclude I love if you could just share a closing thought with the listeners, and then the best place that they could get in touch with you or somebody on your team. Sure so I'm going to keep it simple and this mace sound obvious no pun intended but. I'd really like to emphasize the importance of sound You know someone who's deeply appreciated the sense of sound since birth, and has studied and worked with researchers around the links between our auditory system in the brain, I really feel strongly and passionately passionately about educating people and wanting people to take sound seriously, because it does play a very important role in our health, and I think sound often takes a back seat to the rest of our senses, because it's not something that you can see or touch, but you know it's very clear from research and studies that sound. That enters our ears, and and as processed by our brains significantly affects our emotions, our physiology and these modern advances in science and music therapy immune. It's possible to re engineer audio on to better manage emotions and enhanced performance in you sound as a reliable tool for our health, so I just want you know. It's one part providing the intervention that it's one part educating and I want people to know and appreciate sound as a more powerful part of our health, so and then as far as staying in tune. We have We have a new feature I'm excited about for sleep which I think we all get. Overly. I was actually just thinking about that. Yeah, so when I when I was talking about context severe day, will be building a new features along the way..
The Power of Music for Health
"Welcome back to the outcomes racket Sal Marquez here and thanks so much for tuning in again today I have the privilege of hosting Jamie paps. She is the founder and CEO of spirit to a music based at that utilizes principles of neuroscience and music therapy to re imagine music for health outcomes, such as stress, reduction, emotional, regulation, productivity, and performance the presence of music in health. Health care and health is something that I'm personally very fascinated by, and we've had a lot of guests on the podcast already talking to us about how it could help in normal therapies, digital therapeutics, and so today I'm really excited to have a conversation with Jamie about what she and her team are up to at spirit tune so so such a pleasure to have you. You here with us today, thank saw It's a pleasure to be here and thank you again for having me for having spirit tune, and highlighting some important topics in healthcare. Really appreciate it. Absolutely, it's my pleasure and so Jamie before we dive into the work that you guys are up to. You know looking at feeling better with music. Tell us a little bit about. About you and what inspires your work in healthcare? Yeah, so I really liked telling my personal story because I think it's really important, and it's pretty unique. Um, so my inspiration around by working music sound in its relevance to health really stems from my birth story of believe it or not. My Mom lost her hearing when she was pregnant with me from a rare. It's a rare condition called oughta sclerosis that can be triggered by hormonal imbalance, and so her pregnancy with me. You know really triggered that, and so it resulted in hearing loss, and so as a result of being raised a mother with hearing loss, I gained the steep appreciation for the sense of sound in a way that most people don't get to experience it so in a way that's related to health that understanding the auditory system at a deeper level and quality of life, and then further, became inspired in music, specifically in auditory perception when my sister went off to college and declared her degree in music therapy, so that's when I not only learned about. Auditory perception, but also music, and how it affects brain, neurologic function, and then kind of thirdly I would say it wasn't until I became really stressed and anxious in my own professional career that I felt firsthand kind of music rediscovered. The therapeutic benefits are the therapeutic than music firsthand. Because I felt like at work, it was the only thing I could turn to. That was kind of right then and right there, and so that's really what the third thing that really drove home. This concept of spirit tuna where it was born on. It could help me could help others, and that's when I started doing some deeper dives myself into the science behind the economic dettori stimuli in how it can be a reliable everyday tool for stress, mental health, and so we're really at a time right now. were some great institutions, and some really talented people are devoting their lives and careers to research in space. So while it was my mother, the inspires my work every day. you know all these other components that make spiritual really relevant right now are further inspiring to me. Jamie that's a an amazing story and you know I. Think it is just one of those things that that It's the fire. You know that keeps you going. It's the fire that gets you going, and you certainly have a very strong strong purpose for this. Absolutely so thanks for asking a question and yeah, and well I mean your mom now, so we just. Everything comes full circle It's really a special time for sure luckily. I didn't lose my hearing nervous, or did you know? Yeah, you don't know that it's you're genetically predisposed to it, but until you have a significant change in. It doesn't it isn't express so yeah I was a little nervous for sure. but so far so good and we have a beautiful little girl, and she's one week into life, and it's pretty awesome. That's amazing. I admire your perseverance and your courage, and so the work at spirit tunes is super cool, so tell us a little bit about how you guys are adding value to the healthcare ecosystem. Yeah, so I think it's pretty self evident that these are stressful, anxious times right and pretty much. Everyone has experienced the magnitude of stress. Mental Health is Sierra and even prior to the COVID pandemic. Mental health was already called the health epidemic of the twenty first century, and now in this global pandemic. Let's spin. Persisting mental health has been called. You know the second crisis as a fallout rank of in nineteen
"pabst" Discussed on The Marketing Rescue Podcast
"And they're going to influence and culture as well. So when I think about great transnational storytelling I feel like it has to be honest from the source of from real people and real stories man. That's great so the question is will they be able to shift their consumer base from this hipster to the next generation as you you're talking about? It's a really good question and remains to be seen because the challenge is big because whatever they do as soon as they start doing more mass communication more actual storytelling. That's GONNA start alienating their core base. It's like somebody's saying you. I used to really love that brand before they sold out. That's not the position that when the being is always something rain more cooler more diy and that's the predicament that they in right now if they can going after the pop culture and now you can look back and you can say okay. Hipster back then was the pop. Culture of the time is really the up and up but again they stumbled upon that and it feels to me very much that they know building their fourth thinking strategy based on previous success which makes sense. But it's a slippery slope because I didn't think that previous success was really very strategically. Thought out I think it's something I stumbled upon and it remains to be seen. If it's can be success go yeah and I think certainly. They're building on the past from the perspective of Matt. Talks about how just in general. The moment that we're in right now is that consumers are kind of sick of crafted advertising messages. And they weren't real people and that's why youtubers are so popular and influencers and all of this kind of stuff but influencers are also when you think of Instagram influencers. There the polar opposite of hipsters. Right influencers are considered sellouts by a lot of people right. Because I do all these brand promotions and Blah Blah Blah and. You never know watching their youtube videos or their instagram. What they're actually getting paid to to represent and so to kind of make that transition. You're really just going from one into the spectrum all the way to the other into the spectrum and I'm sure that you know as he talks about real stories and real people that there's going to be a lot of thinking and strategy that goes into what that actually means but there is going to have to be a lot of thinking and strategy. That goes into what that actually means. So let's actually hear what he has to say about kind of what happens next with PABST. What's next for you and for PABST in the team that you're trying to build. I mean what are kind of the ultimate goals you have for yourself. Do you think about what you're trying to create their. Yeah so I think PABST brewing company constraints self by the loss to the middle would and I think if we truly connect with the next generation of consumers.
"pabst" Discussed on The Mark Belling Show
"Even back in the day I. Never really understood what had had over beer? I'm maybe I understand it more now. That was my of choice in college was old style. Straight. Jam. Yeah I mean I. I had this thing in college it during the school year. I drank old style or special export if we could afford. We had no money at all blacks, which highlands is making then to brief diversion into the blast lake cream ale when a bar owner gave me one for free and got me instantly addicted and in the summer I would drink paso. Rabbit Very I actually think I like paps a little bit better, but I was loyal to old style during the school year, so the site in the summer months I would drink PABST and I that back in the day I'd hang around at the PABST. Fest, and so on, and that's been the PABST had had the most eclectic band see as opposed to now. There's no real theme for any of them, but. and. That's what they were still tensed. Actually they turn it into a stage right around then they stages for a long time. Did you know that they were just tense once? I, guess yeah I I think it's not going wrong time. I'm thinking even when I was in college, they had actual stages, but that you got to go back almost seventy, two or seventy three hundred tenth. Main stages law that was a that was around a long time. The crowd the amphitheater didn't come in until the eighties now. Some of the other stages actually were built when they were still using the mainstay. Just that bleacher thing up on the northbound summer fest. One more thing. We're not one more thing. We're not GONNA have this one more. Sat Dead? Iverson Ebert gave us something up pattern up. Everything's out somebody's shutdown anyway for crying out loud. Let somebody go inside a restaurant at sit down. It's not gonNA kill anybody. I mean imagine if the mayor or creed said that to him. You would do. Today my God, if I, if I ever do that, just walk in tap me on the shoulder and say hey, guess what it's time for you to go to the old talk show host home. Your washed up your Dodd I, mean this guy was watched up the firts they started. Why on the radio? You got nothing to say seriously? Yeah, that is why go on the radio. If you have nothing to say especially on a talk show, I mean it's one thing if you just want to spin records and talk about. The latest. Dance craze, but it. On toilet when you don't have to take a crap. Of, course. Let me gets lower to the lowest most vulgar of notch. Trust me. There.
"pabst" Discussed on News Talk 1130 WISN
"Chance for you to win tickets to go see Josh Turner at the Pabst theater in Milwaukee coming up so the panic over coronavirus is starting to get almost laughable quite frankly and this this idea here that Democrats all well they would never politicize something like corona virus we had the sound bite yesterday after Chuck Todd going out of your way this was he was interviewing Mike pence who's the administration's corona viruses are going out of your way since you've been appointed to this to say to try to keep this from getting publicized you have made every effort every statement but I want to play for you what some of your allies have said about the corona virus here's including the president's son and they have the art teacher take a listen Sir the coronavirus being weaponized as yet another element to bring down Donald Trump Democrats are using this for their political gain to train struck fear in the American people which is shameful wrong and I think that Americans for them to try to take a pandemic in seemingly hope that it comes here and kills millions of people so that they could end Donald trump's streak of winning is a new level of sickness this seems to match the facts what what facts are that the Democrats are doing this well seems like people are asking questions and they're concerned about the fires this this implies some sort of political motivation which is kind of gross really really no Democrats are politicizing the corona virus nobody's using corona virus for political gain you can trust president trump to deal with this crisis now we have a crisis of coronavirus and president trump has no plan as soon as this virus started cropping up elsewhere in the world we should have been on top of that what he's doing is late too late anemic this is an administration that does not believe in science and so I'm not surprised that he's completely clueless is incompetence on the part of the present United States Joe Biden Iona Presley Elizabeth Warren and Chuck Schumer and Nancy Pelosi all just within the last couple of days all politicizing the corona virus they are getting down with the sickness.
UK government hints BBC licence fee could be scrapped
"Not say. The government continued US ongoing scrutiny of the BBC and in particular folks on the licence-fee today. Nicky Morgan the head of the Department for Culture Media and Sports and as the government was going to conduct an eight week review into the license. Fees should be decriminalized and nicky. Morgan said that there were legitimate concerns. That criminalization was unfair and disproportionate. Now Katy Hey. This is already been one review into decriminalization under David Cameron. which found that? The licence-fee shouldn't be people shouldn't be realized for not paying it at a different prince. This time I think this number. Ten is quite determined to decriminalized the licence-fee Nicky Morgan Speech Day is in particularly I'm surprising. In the census things that have been reported on nervous speculation. It was heading this way when it comes to this eight week consultation period. I can't see that much rush from it. Which is going to persuade them? Otherwise I think we'll be interesting. As do they come to an agreement where they perhaps suits some type of financial rage age with BBC to make up for anyone. WHO's they're not paying the licence fee? Who is it? Move a swift car on that angle. So I think we're heading to situation where the license licence-fee decriminalized questions does that mean. If you didn't have a license fee and you refuse to pay it that your credit rating will no longer be affected. I think this details like that that we will have to find out how it pans out but I think the general sense is determined to decriminalize. I think that if you look at her other comments I think one of the top news lines to come from the speech was TV. License could be abolishment. Twenty twenty seven and this is not just about decriminalization. What is the future of the BBC? Now there is a healthy majority Tory government. And I think that you could hear from what Nicky Morgan was saying in terms of she warned that if the BBC was not Catholic Catholic. Could end up being blockbusters the if people remember on this podcast the video hire shop that critical outpaced by everything else. And eventually Ashley had to shut down as I think that it poses some interesting questions. For How do we supposed to compete. In the years Tacoma and if it it should be I think there is a sense that this government so i. I think there's a sense that this government doesn't believe that the BBC is best place trying to cater to every audience. And I might try and limit some of its remit to things that do seem to be more in the general interests Sir of information on the public roll and I suppose some of the things of as might cool frivolous programs in James are a lot of people are GonNa see this as a very direct attack on the BBC. Be Safe from the government. Decent us a fair characterization. Should I say any giggling about future velocity is no matter just arrived at the table table with a food that public helping the D. A. Calorie Count for most of nearly twenty eight days varies we. Aubrey is not long enough for several months. In this podcast this is a Scottish delicacy. This is a Dalgety Bun is basically a reason is delicious lucious I have not seen one lazily. Slovenian seems to be Made Available Twenty K.. So on the BBC. See I think the question right now is the point that is made by people who do opinion research. Ease one things you can see the net flicks Wchs Amazon Prime subscriptions or these things have changed seep think about the BBC lessons week because they now have something that they pay for entertainment but they can compare it to so people are assessing wherever it is value or not. I mean there's another problem for the BBC which is the BBC have feel that they have a particular ticket problem with the undefeated that mythic grew. Because they don't they don't sit Donna Watch. TV in the wave at POPs can pause generations did onto the BBC alternative going very hauled to tronc reach this audience and also as ways but that is creating new tensions because it means A. They'll getting into people feel that the BBC is beginning to trample commercial providers in areas like focus on also it is it is taking the BBC the BBC was living the way to reach. The students is to do stuff that people don't see the public service Madison so he has Varghese on this morning saying that you know. Let's let's look at the you know the BBC Red Store BBC news on the weekend was about Kim Kardashian. Roy Is that rookie. BBC Nava pulled Cottam reality TV again. Is that public service broadcasting and so I think the BBC face com series of strategic choices. They need to make Ivan. If one was only only thing the BBC now they have to strong stone calls to play one is the union is on the massive random the BBC's undoubtedly one of institutions are going to underpin the kind of cultural aspects of union and the thing that that is the thing that makes them feel more protective of the BBC. And the second thing is the creative industries are great. British expert for BBC became a vehicle for that that would make it fit in with on a broader kind of idea of of a post brexit Britain. I mean James You mentioned strategy before and Katie. Think to be this sort of battle that the the Government has against the BBC kind of on multiple fronts as well. I think Gordon came slightly unstuck today when he was asked whether it was gonNA continue. Its boycott after today program. Do you think as it sort of ramps talks on the BBC. The boycott will have to end. I don't think the boycott will have to end that. This government even the people making that point. I taking this government views them as things that Patinkin particularly linked up. And I say that is not. The government is refusing to send administers on any BBC. Show is a specific show. Now you can criticize that and say Otani. They should be as people made the point in this week. Giving them having terrorist incident. You should be sending people up on these things but I think that the way this number ten tends to work on media is they will do enough usually elite to send a minister onto a similar show or show in the same realm pabst little bit chide the producers on the show they don't like but was it to make the point completely hiding scrutiny. So you can see it in the sense. I thought it was interesting this week for example and this isn't the BBC Pref- had brochand going on the world at John runs deep regret. I think that this week you have good morning Britain the program so it's not just the BBC issue. I think that's probably worth pointing out but give Briseno. We're not getting any ministers on that program doesn't ongoing spat there but this morning got particular talent. So I think that you probably have to separate the two your coaches and I think they all still sending people into shows clearly annoys some people but I think from the number ten perspective they are linked because one of the things about the BBC's it doesn't Operate in the way you would expect it to so it is not a single model. All individual programs fight their corner and they approved very adept at the abortions is team play off against each other. Join the election campaign portions. Andrew Maule no Andrew Neil in the BBC and so. You can't do that one if you don't do that. One at the beginning of this year didn't give a traditional custom race into each day program or to a drama but he did an interview with BBC Breakfast which then led the BBC bulletins because they were news lines in it so in a way because it partly because of the way she's from the BBC Conseil when you call on this year you can't Ernie bit of the BBC unless you do what you want to say the BBC will always be ways to go round particular programs. I mean not is going to challenge the Ucla Whiter how to respond to.
"pabst" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"Pabst Blue Ribbon brand is trying hard to coffee which sounded intriguing so we send and peers jeopardy to a bar outside Philadelphia to try it add jerseys sports bar a case of Pabst Blue Ribbon hard copy arrived last week there are only four cans left and the drink is a hit with Beth Manzini and don Jill Hanson I was actually pretty good taste like coffee even taste any kind of hard and I got my ticket to work and no one would know in front of the beer cooler employee Nicole Smith looks over the craft brews she says smaller breweries have experimented with coffee for a while now like a job I had stopped about some trips that's from Pennsylvania and that's is brewed with coffee beans so not a totally new idea that people come up with yeah but it's PVR and everyone wants to try so let's try it here cheers so definitely get the coffee it's creamy pretty sweet and then right there at the end there's some sort of alcohol but it's not it's not be here what kind of alcoholism you know I really don't know much about what's in the product Pabst calls it a malt beverage which is related to be here it's malted barley that's fermented than the flavor and color is removed leaving a neutral alcohol that's combined with coffee sugar milk and vanilla to create hard copy as beer sales declined for big breweries John new house of Pabst says his company is trying to change perceptions about its brand by expanding into different beverages different sites because you know we wanna wanna be a little more number one the versified and and what we make so people pro for a while people going to say well this is this is gonna be here I'm confused on that that's all right we're charging the next month past plans to introduce a whiskey for now the hard copy is being test marketed in five states Pennsylvania New Jersey main Georgia and Florida the company says sales are strong but it hasn't yet announced plans to expand nationwide back in jerseys not everyone is a fan of the concept one guy sitting at the bar said his name is Hank Williams I don't know about is hard but I suspect he's cheating on the name still he's more forthcoming about his opinion of P. B. R. as hard coffee for him it's not big fun on the by you or anywhere else yeah I wouldn't be my thing that yeah how can because I've.
"pabst" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM
"Cut and dry to me. A Miller lite says they don't have the capacity to brew for Pabst anymore. They shut shut down one of their breweries. And look, we're just we're we're not gonna renew the as we don't want to do more. Sued for almost half a billion dollars. You know, I love it all cold PBR. But the fact that it's almost becoming like a hipster drink low. It is it's a hipster drink makes me not like it anymore. Back when I was growing up. Yeah. I'm forty one years old. You know, when I was in college PBR was just cheek beer, you can buy a thirty pack of with your college budget Scher. But now, you got douchebag glasses guy buying it thinking that he's cool. Nah, I'm good. Go ahead and shut it down. Now. Have they reached peak two thousand eighteen you can shut it down. Now. It's the ninety three WIBC mash up. The balance of power has been decided thousand flip to the Democrats. Republicans in the Senate, the president's agenda isn't going to change state plugged into the power of information two years leading up to twenty twenty. And the never know what's going to happen information. You want backs and proof and in between making sense of it all know poll had it, right? He lost. I don't know how they're going to explain them say the media, see what happens. This is Indies information station. The power ninety three from Paramount Pictures Elliott's Kate. So we adapt every his critics audiences are falling in love with instant family. Mark Wahlberg Oseberg Octavia Spencer. We like story that's relatable. And totally entertaining. It's heartwarming and Valeria. Biggest surprise at the holidays. We might have a little bit of a knack for this. Beg to differ instant family in Peter's.
"pabst" Discussed on News Talk 1130 WISN
"Cam seems to be one of the few brands that Pabst company does not own. I mean, I'm looking at their list of of their portfolio. They got. Oh, yeah. Yeah. They they bought up like oh walkie bought up. All these names that'll make it in the beer get somebody like Miller Coors to have it. But that was their business planet apparently a pretty good one a bunch of names. And then have somebody else put the beer in their old style rainier Colt, forty five Olympia, stroz Smit Pearl. Flats has all those. Yeah. Those were the beers that Hileman had before. Yeah. They were they went under like, I said, I drink old style all the time in college. And that's almost non-existent. Did you'll see I think you could still get it. But it's hardly anywhere to be found. But of all those brands that paps brought back the actual paps brand is probably destroying beer careers. I don't remember a commercial from any other beer, though. Just the paths in the halves. You come up with anything else. Miller lite Miller. Miller lite. We kind of wiped out every I mean, obviously Budweiser's always, you know, have. But I don't remember Budweiser saw finger, right? The famous clydesdales. Yeah. What you say? But yeah, the badgers do it. What am I talking about? That's bad the most famous of all stole it. Yeah. The the bud dog which I think is funny now that they still do that song. Because Budweiser hasn't used that song in thirty years for nobody who goes to that university has any idea where that song came. Right ideas. When you say Budweiser, you've said, it all the Wisconsin just co-opted it when you say whiz, settle you're right. They probably think that that seiger's actually written for Wisconsin rather than.
Pabst claims MillerCoors is trying to put the hipster beer out of business
"Is accusing Miller Coors of trying to force it out of business. The tube companies headed to court today over paps claims at Miller Coors wants to end a partnership through which Miller Coors, brews, Pabst beers, including old Milwaukee lonestar Miller. Coors says it can mend the deal that since a paps does not wanna pay enough to keep it going the tenth anniversary a winner
A war is brewing between Pabst and Miller-Coors
"War is brewing. USA's Rick Vincent has more Pabst brewing company and Miller Coors. You're heading to trial Monday to settle a contract dispute in which paths accuser the brewing giant of trying to undermine its competitor. By breaking a contract to make their products. Patch lawyers argue the company's very existence relies on its business relationship with Chicago based Miller Coors, which has made and shipped nearly all a pamphlet beers since nineteen ninety nine Miller Coors argues. It's not obligated to continue brewing for Pabst and the paths doesn't wanna pay enough to justify it for USA
"pabst" Discussed on WGN Radio
"Before we go back to the Jack Benny program. We've got a little bit of news with Roger badesch. And right now, there's a very special type of trial that will be starting on Monday. It's a battle over brewing. And it will be in Milwaukee Pabst brewing company and Miller Coors are going to trial over Papp's charged that the Miller company wants to stop making paps products. Miller Coors has made nearly all Papp's beers since nineteen ninety nine as wildfires continued rage on both ends of California officials releasing another statistic. Six more dead in the northern California. Fires raising the death toll there to twenty nine. It has matched California's record for deaths in a single fire. Another two hundred and twenty eight remain unaccounted for as crew stepped up the search for bodies and missing people two people were killed in a wildfire in southern California. Those fires are still being fought on the walking man accused of threatening. A polling place on election day facing several charges including recklessly endangering safety and carrying a concealed weapon. Twenty year old Brandon Baker told police that he had planned to go to the poll and in his words, aired out. We'll check sports traffic weather next on WGN. And I'm single I'm Tom McGuire. And I'm Mary Nelson cons, and I'm still divorced guest on WGN plus called single married, divorced. It's a show where we take a look at a relationship question. And then discuss them for three different points at the bigger. Breakup, dating. We don't bicker. It's called a.
"pabst" Discussed on News Talk 1130 WISN
"Riley model. Is Pabst, farms, subdivision extended it's awful ninety four west take. Sawyer road north about two miles you're gonna hit? It right on the left hand. Side beautiful two story two thousand square foot on the. First floor thirteen hundred square foot on the second story nice size finished lower level to for the man capable twelve. Hundred square feet of. Finished lower level hot sounds nice how, now, we've talked about this before many times after. The, parade is done you'll put this home up for sale well the whole is actually. For sale now however A lot of. Times you. Don't salt. Right away. And I'm pretty, sure will be a model home for. A while afterwards we have a number of lots in, the past farms, subdivision so we'll be billing for for hopefully. A long time and. Newman development did a. Great job in developing the the last part of the last central Mark Newman right sexually Matt Newman Madison. Right yeah. So Matt does all development but they've got a pool off the community pool, author it's got the walking trails it's. Really, nice and the YMCA is right out. There Then, you can walk over to this narrow Starbucks okay so talk about the parade of homes when does. It start, Mike breed started a week ago Saturday okay runs till liberty to let through Labor Day weekend that suddenly through to the. Monday Labor Day through the Monday l. flavor day well here's, the good news courtesy of care combs Mike you have offered tickets on the NBA the NBA's action so we thank afri- at the NBA for the tickets metropolitan. Builder's association, correct and we, are? Going. To offer the first six, callers did you say yes we'll get to tickets, for. The first six colors and. That pretty much that'll fill the show Bob I mean Now you have to have a question it we're not just giving these away you. Gotta earn Could. Be a sales of existing properties for Bob. And financing or new homes hopefully. Absolutely actually MacKenzie McKenzie in here from, redefine but she, also John Williams daughter that's right John. Willman. Was on the last week from cornerstone developed Bob Mueller, introduce a new agent that redefined real yeah so everybody knows John from cornerstone development and John Lewis our guest last week we have them on about once a month and John's daughter MacKenzie who had been working some of the models for John on the weekends, and doing different things has joined us now as. A real estate agents full-time on the, sales side and? She's, in. Studio today. For the first time so. We're going. To just. Say, MacKenzie how's it. Going hi everyone good. Morning. It's great, to be? Here welcome aboard thank you? Know wants to start the floodgates are open now it's like can you can you do. The show. This Saturday Yeah your dad's been on. The show, for oh? My gosh cornerstone development going now yeah And does a great job and of course Mike you're on the show a lot on this program talking, about new. Home construction, and? With. MacKenzie in studio joins got his real estate license Bob of. Course your broker right yeah and let's talk about the. Show today we are going to, let's open up the lines right, now, real estate questions if you a buyer a seller you talk. About the three point nine. Nine percent? Commission. That really fine offers questions for the? Characters, I'll just, say the character the? Directly Kerekou we've got you know you could talk about new homes he can talk about, the parade of homes. Or any questions about construction you'll get. A pair of tickets to the NBA's parade of homes. For calling him but you must have a..
"pabst" Discussed on RobinLynne
"Found pale the river to see in this field and a one wow that pardon pabst fame.
"pabst" Discussed on KQED Radio
"Of songs about pabst blue ribbon out there as a dj i know that when you're crafting a set using a lot about flow right so do you think of a sat as like a river while you play like my show rhythm lab you can't live off of these all is to the best of our knowledge from wisconsin public radio and he are and and we're back live from turner hall in milwaukee wisconsin it's to the best of our knowledge from wisconsin public radio.
"pabst" Discussed on KFI AM 640
"Golf course 100 let's call joe playboy mansion news go tmz is reporting that hugh hefner's not going out without one more legendary playboy party planning is underway for a celebration of his life at the mansion now the guy that bots the mansion at pabst air actually pabst blue redman air says he is going to sign off on the party for half sometime soon they get together they're saying it could be more of a tribute to his life less of the standard playboy blowout bash i don't know how you can do both of those in them not be the same thing how do you put the you can't separate hugh from the playboy parties at the mansion you think he'll be there who half he's done oh you mean like lying in state oh interesting idea hoffman i mean just in the context of what handle was saying in that promo about the flag ron i don't think it's a good idea i'm just saying that may be going with that what do you mean by agra like they just like his robe let's talk about disneyland visit visual joke sorry oscar martinez is wrapping it up oscar martinez is disneyland's the longest employed worker he has worked there for more than sixty years he has been a chef at the main street usa karnak carnation cafe since 1960 sav him what are you get their everybody i screen or if you're there for breakfast you get oscar special but no one knows it for us well i shouldn't say noone when you walk down main street that incredible an ice cream slash waffle coned sent comes from the carnation cafe do you see that carnation cafe sign in you think to yourself delicious ice cream.
"pabst" Discussed on KFI AM 640
"Golf course 100 let's call joe playboy mansion news go tmz is reporting that hugh hefner's not going out without one more legendary playboy party planning is underway for a celebration of his life at the mansion now the guy that bots the mansion at pabst air actually pabst blue redman air says he is going to sign off on the party for half sometime soon they get together they're saying it could be more of a tribute to his life less of the standard playboy blowout bash i don't know how you can do both of those in them not be the same thing how do you put the you can't separate hugh from the playboy parties at the mansion you think he'll be there who half he's done oh you mean like lying in state oh interesting idea hoffman i mean just in the context of what handle was saying in that promo about the flag ron i don't think it's a good idea i'm just saying that may be going with that what do you mean by agra like they just like his robe let's talk about disneyland visit visual joke sorry <laughter> oscar martinez is wrapping it up oscar martinez is disneyland's the longest employed worker he has worked there for more than sixty years he has been a chef at the main street usa karnak carnation cafe since 1960 sav him what are you get their everybody i screen or if you're there for breakfast you get oscar special but no one knows it for us well i shouldn't say noone when you walk down main street that incredible an ice cream slash waffle coned sent comes from the carnation cafe do you see that carnation cafe sign in you think to yourself delicious ice cream i could eat ag an entire gallon of it i didn't even know that you could get oscars special breakfast there i that only thought you could get icecream there but apparent lee and he is known as the chef of disneyland's popular breakfast named oscars choice oscar what would you have he's not here i disfigured since we have an oscar and has called oscars choice week ask him what he would like but apparently oscar martinez
"pabst" Discussed on The Dan Patrick Show
"Who is that i'm gonna say seton o'connor it's paul pabst adam hor adam scott charlie hop and this should be a surprise since i won the last two of these contests we've had andrew adam scott charlie hoffman tommy fleet wouldn't charlotte schwartz solve all made the cut for me seating o'connor he did very well he had seven hundred eighty four thousand dollars in winnings c a connor that's only from one guy yes none of my other guys made the cut doesn't matter measure agreed the dan finished first place two million fifty thousand seat in second place have ninety four thousand third place todd fritz with one hundred eighty nine nine nine hundred dollars per case so it comes down to who gets the eggs who gets the eggs mick levin or poli so fourth place now i'm looking at what you guys are wearing today pauley wearing a hat wasn't that normally in the rotate yes ran their shirt yet ag's off the small yes you're you're a johnny o how to blue carolina blue sir okay pearl off head two guys make the cut one of his guys only made nineteen thousand nine hundred dollars alex nor in thank you norin nor in chance and you're pro off had one hundred seventy one thousand nine hundred dollars i had ninety four thousand for my 4 gliders over guys make the cut poor guys made the cut and then just you know what the bed saturday alone adam scott the hyungki and i'm scott young thousand but he looked good playing bad tommy fleet will the hair looks great good to when you went that you pick guys that are good looking like most guys are gonna pick somebody who might have a chance to win it paula goes i you know i like these guys they look good.