18 Burst results for "Panisse"

"panisse" Discussed on How I Built This

How I Built This

07:50 min | 3 weeks ago

"panisse" Discussed on How I Built This

"Extract a lot from a mushroom. We both, you know, went to the library and found all the mycology books and becoming weeks where YouTube and every possible video on mushrooms and downloading every PDF we could find and Paul stamets like the mushroom guru who wrote the handbook on growing mushrooms. We got all his books. There's a whole documentary on this guy, Paul stammers. Amazing, brilliant. We called emailed him, and he got back to us within two hours of us cold email him. You cold emailed post damage. But for people to know, he's got his whole mushroom tea company, and he's got a ted-talks and mushrooms with the documentaries on him. He's like the mushroom kind of expert. What did you email him? Would you ask him? We were trying to grow mushrooms on coffee grounds. And we were asking about spawn. And I forget if we asked him directly Alex, we respond like the seed basically. Exactly. It's analogous to seed, so you need that to get started. So he donated our first spawn or seed that we needed to grow, which eventually we used for our first test buckets. By the way, you're in Berkeley and you needed to do this on coffee grounds to just like brew a bunch of coffee and use that. One local coffee shop and just said, hey, can we pick up your coffee waste? The first time we thought we were actually we were afraid we didn't know how it was going to work. You remember walking into the first cafe and asking for their coffee ground waste and thinking of this big deal and man, they were so happy to get it off their hands. You want to go to the back and pick up that trash bag, this messy and heavy and leaking, like sure, go ahead and I think we're like, oh, okay, there's definitely a lot of this back here and they don't want anything to do with it. All right, so you get some coffee grounds, Paul stamets, males you, some mushroom spawn, mushroom seeds, through my fraternity. Give it a turn house. And what did you get a bunch of like buckets? Just imagine white paint buckets. We had about ten of them. This is right before spring break. And I think finally both of us are like, all right, we just got to do this thing and got to try growing these things enough reading enough watching videos. And decided to plant them. So we went collected a bunch of coffee grounds, brought them back to his fraternity. Put this tarp down in this fraternity kitchen closet and we mix in the spawn into them, put a little top on them, poke some holes, trying to use all of our best research. You know that we had done and we leave for spring break and we're both gone for roughly ten days. And I will never forget this phone call because Alex gets back to his fraternity. And I get this call and he's just so excited kind of screaming. He's like, Nikhil, you gotta run up here. You gotta check this out. And I'm in this room with him. We look at these ten buckets and literally 9 of them are just contaminated, nothing growing, just looking really nasty. I'm just sitting for ten days with some old coffee ground. One of them had this beautiful crop of pearl oyster mushrooms growing out of them. And remember we're both standing around this bucket and just looking at it and we're Alex is like, you want to try those. I'm like, I'm not trying to be like, you want to try them? It's like, I'm not trying these either. We're both kind of, you know, just looking at this bucket of mushroom sitting in this dark closet. So did anybody wind up actually sampling mushrooms? It was actually funny. That's speaking of never really being chefs or foodies or Gourmet cooks or anything. Neither one of us was trying those mushrooms, but we were like, what's the best restaurant in town? And we both had heard about this restaurant called chez panisse by chef Alice waters who is just an absolute legend and one of the founders is entire natural organic food movement, whether restaurant right there in Berkeley. Yeah, we don't know any of that. We just knew it was this famous restaurant in Berkeley and we ended up literally walking over this paint buckets one paint bucket of mushrooms walked in over and she happened to be in the front of a restaurant. She was talking to somebody and we just walked right up to her and said, hey, Alice, I'm Nick hill, this is Alex. We're trying to go these mushrooms and coffee grounds. We just grew some would you want to try some. And, you know, she got super into it and she's like, that's really cool. And come to the back of me and she actually walked us to the back of the restaurant to the kitchen for her head chef this guy named Cal was and she's like, Kelly, you want to try some of these mushrooms. These boys are grown and he ends up plucking half of the mushrooms out of his bucket. And he chops them up, sautes them up in the back of a restaurant and she tries them each eye and we try and remember chef Alice waters is like, these are delicious. Wow. She was on the show a few years ago and so when you brought the bucket of mushrooms and she said, she kind of gave it her blessing. Did they say, yeah, we want to buy them? Or what was the how did you leave it? No. I mean, we thought that they were gonna taste like coffee waste. So we're like, they're not gonna like them. So it was almost like this, okay, this is further along than we thought we'd be. Where do you go from here? So after that, we were like, oh man, now we got, we got a product here. Let's just take it to whole foods and we took the same day that same bucket to the Berkeley whole food store. This was at the early days where whole foods you could do this all the time. You know, a lot of local growers would go to a whole food store and on the spot, whole foods would buy it from you. So you guys went to the whole foods in Berkeley. I know that whole foods on telegraph avenue. And you'd like walked in and who'd you ask for? First produce guy we saw his name was sesa. And then we just went right up to him and said, we're trying to go mushrooms on coffee grounds. And we just grew these check them out and just kind of told them what we were trying to do. And Alice waters loves them. Now you've got the Alice waters endorsement, even though it may not have been official, but you know, it's also good. And he got fired up about it. And he ended up bringing up he bought his produce manager. I think we had a store marketing lead about three or four people huddled around this little bucket of mushrooms and we were telling him what we're trying to do and got a bunch of interest and support and we got the contact info that day to Randy to comment who is a Norco produce coordinator for whole foods. And we end up getting a call scheduled with him. Alex must have been what a week or two later. And he said, hey, tell me about what you guys are doing. Randy's a character he's like boys. It was like a two minute phone call. Boys, I've seen all these emails and what is this? You guys are farming in it. We said, Randy, we're growing mushrooms on copies. He's like, you hear this pause, and he's like, okay. What were you farming before? Well, Randy, we're in college. Okay. All right, do you guys figure this out? And he's kind of laughing, how to grow mushrooms on coffee, and she's like, I'm gonna blow you up at Whole Foods. It's like, this is the coolest shit I've ever seen in produce. Take coffee with your mushrooms, boys. Figure this out, here's my personal cell phone number, so just call text me if you need anything else, and then he hangs up. That was it. That was it. And no discussion about a purchase order or pricing or anything. It was just like, this sounds cool, but when you figure it out, give me a call back. It was that, and I think at that point, we knew nothing about retail. After that phone call, we were now a couple weeks away from graduation and we were still meeting up all the time talking all the time. 200, what are we doing with this? And we heard about a business plan competition called bears breaking boundaries, big ideas. It was called at berklee. And somehow someone told us about this Alex. I think it was a night before the deadline because I remember it was an all nighter we were up to the end of the night submitting this thing right before the deadline. And.

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"panisse" Discussed on The CyberWire

The CyberWire

05:22 min | 5 months ago

"panisse" Discussed on The CyberWire

"Panisse coup. Who went by the hacker. Name virus was arrested in two thousand twelve by romanian authorities but was able to escape extradition to the. Us is luck ran out this week. A pro tipped to those on the plan your vacations with the possibility extradition.

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"panisse" Discussed on The CyberWire

The CyberWire

07:16 min | 5 months ago

"panisse" Discussed on The CyberWire

"Trend micro. This morning released. A study of ransomware is growing infestation of industrial control systems riot. Neff limb so dinner key and lock bit variance accounted for a majority of the incidents trend micro investigated the researchers wrote quote ransomware in ics could lead to loss of you and control the physical processes since such attacks in crypto variety of files including image and configuration files that are necessary for rendering the interface. This in turn leads to loss of revenue. Due to disrupted operations victims could also lose money from extortion schemes as more ransomware operators also threatened to publicize stolen data and quote. Their report. lead with ransomware. Which seems right. Given the current prominence that particular kind of threat has now but they also discussed coin. Minors these can have a bad effect on the operation of ics end points rendering them slow and unresponsive particularly when those end points are running old operating systems or have limited cpu capacity. Both of these conditions are common enough in ics. Environments trend micro also discusses the effect legacy malware like configure can continue to have on industrial control systems. A lot of that legacy. Malware is propagated via removable media. Industrial countries are infected in different ways and at different rates. China is the leading sufferer of legacy. Malware the us has to put up with the highest rates of ransomware. Infections and india is the unfortunate leader. In the tally of coin. Jacking victims trend micros recommendations will surprise few. But they're good advice. Nonetheless patch systems with security updates a lot of the infestations. They observed found their way. In through eternal blue exploits there are fixes for that implement micro segmentation in the network or use virtual patching technologies restrict network shares and enforce strong username and password. Combinations us intrusion detection systems and intrusion prevention systems install anti malware solutions. These are particularly useful in controlling legacy. Malware set up usb scanning kiosks and get people to use them before they plug removable media into a network apply the principle of least privilege consider regional differences insecurity security awareness and implementation. This is especially important for multinationals and identify an audit systems with low risk tolerance. Also this morning guard. Corps issued an update on the index. Seen as sm. Be worm also known as nsa buff minor. The worm has been in use since twenty. Nineteen and recently has been most active against targets in the healthcare hospitality education and telecommunications sectors the victims us snb servers vulnerable to eternal blue and the campaign makes massive use of equation group exploit kit that includes both the eternal blue exploit and the double pulsar back door. The us government expects to issue a formal attribution of microsoft exchange server hacks in the coming weeks. Deputy national security adviser for cyber and neuberger said yesterday the hill reports microsoft announced the discovery of that campaign back in march and redman was quick to attribute the hostile activity to half neom. A chinese government run threat actor neither neuberger nor other. Us officials have tipped their hand on attribution. But if you're betting on form there's a pretty good chance microsoft. Has this one right straight up. It was the chinese services double. Vpn a service. Based in russia that catered to cybercriminals by helping them obscure both their physical location and originating ip address was taken down yesterday in an international law enforcement operation bleeping computer reports as its name suggests double vpn double encrypted at least data that transited it service the take down notice on what's left of double vpn dot com says quote on twenty nine. Th of june twenty twenty one law enforcement took down double. Vpn law enforcement gained access to the servers of double vpn and seized personal information logs and statistics kept by double vpn about all of its customers double. Vpn's owners failed to provide the services. They promised international law enforcement continues to work collectively against facilitators of cybercrime wherever and however it is committed. The investigation regarding customer data of this network will continue and quote britain's nca which credited the netherlands with leading the effort tweeted that double vpn was advertised on both russian and english speaking cybercrime forums as a service which provided anonymity to those seeking to carry out cyber attacks. It's cheapest virtual private network connection cost as little as nineteen pounds. Nca assess the action as extremely significant adding that not only have we successfully affected the take down of double vpn but it is the first time law enforcement has been able to take direct action against a criminal enabling service of this type. Europol in particular isn't just tweeting. It's crowing large over the operation with a hand emoji waving in triumph. That quote the golden age of criminal. Vpn's is over and in another law enforcement action colombian authorities have arrested the alleged distributor of the e virus the washington post reports maha yano two pound ness coup was taken into custody as he was passing through the airport in bogota. He faces the prospect of extradition to new york where us authorities intend to try him for computer intrusion and bank fraud ghozi infected computers in at least eight countries the united states germany finland and the united kingdom among them and both individuals and organisations were affected. Mr panisse coup is the third person the us has pursued for their roles in gauzy nikita kouzmin. A russian national and creator of the gauzy virus was arrested in the us and november twenty ten. He took a guilty plea in may of twenty eleven dennis columbus who went by the hacker. Name miami a latvian national who improved ghozi's code was arrested in latvia and in january two thousand sixteen. He was sentenced in the us to the twenty one months served while awaiting trial. Mr panisse coups. Alleged role in the criminal activity was different from those played by misters kouzmin and clubs gifts they coded he provided the bulletproof hosting service. Used to distribute ghozi and other malware mr.

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"panisse" Discussed on Talk 1260 KTRC

Talk 1260 KTRC

07:12 min | 1 year ago

"panisse" Discussed on Talk 1260 KTRC

"Everybody, you are back with you. Eating it up. I'm Cheryl Alters Jameson. Thanks for coming along with us today and we're talking food Adventures with Deborah Madison and her life in vegetables. Her new book is an onion in my pocket. It's a beautiful and charming and frank memoir, and you need it. Go get it, Find it and are collected Works or Garcia Street or order it from wherever you get books, But get it. It's something you should definitely read. And one of the things I want to get in. We're going to go back and talk a little bit more about, you know things like greens and shape a niece. But one of the real points of the book is nourishment. And I want to make sure we have time to talk about that a little bit. Because if he were saying when we're off air, nobody gets to that part because we all run out of time. So I wanted to start our segment. Our last segment with that idea. Can you talk to that a little bit, please for e. I want to try. I've always felt a little uncomfortable with the vegetarian label because I'm not a vegetarian unnecessarily. But I had to find out what really mattered this food and what mattered to me was how food was prepared or shared. And if it came with Plainness with generosity with care with attention. Then I remember those meals and it didn't matter at all. What was on the plane and so the last chapters about that kind of food, and and this just stories about menus and meals I've had Work that really stood out. Uh huh. And you know, I do like that in terms of the spirit of generosity about the food and that we remember moments. I mean, it's yes, it's important. What's on the plate and all of that, all of us who are, you know, so tied to the culinary universe. But it is that spirit and that generosity and all of that that I think, Yeah, that does matter s O much in the end, so I appreciate you. Getting that in in the book and in our talk about it, too. So, um, s o back. We're talking about greens on how you ended up being chef there because that was a project, I guess. Was that the Abbott or you're organizing Committee of the SIM Center. I don't know what they were called. Exactly that decided You should have a restaurant. The Zen center should have a restaurant who decided that there was no organizing committee. But there was a board. Okay. And, uh, I don't know how I'll happened. But I just found myself in that position and and and going to bed every night feeling like I had a mountain on my chest and waking up in the morning. It was still there. Well, not only was the restaurant new I mean and again, this is just so wild to think back at the time. But I mean Fort Mason. I mean, that had been a government entity and all the sudden it became, you know, an area right for private development. And just to put a restaurant in that space because we're talking, You know, they're with a stunning views out over the water and everything. I mean, this was so again visionary. At the time to, you know, put that there and to make a restaurant that was in this beautiful setting, And that was open to everybody to come. But that was being run by the Zen center. It was just really such a unusual idea and something that you know again. She was like, Oh, yeah, of course I would do something like that today, But we're talking, You know, a full generation ago, and it was unusual on s all of sudden. You found yourself. Without a huge having a big, big restaurant. And, uh, yeah, people paying to come this time It was crazy. It was really hard. I mean, I was stuck on the idea of maybe maybe a 10 seat restaurant, tiny little intimate thing. This was huge as you said, And you know the idea that we would chop garlic, you know, by hand or whatever it was Quickly, you know, gone. It wasn't like a 10 Person Cafe or even being in the they represent center with your folks coming in for dinner? No, we had 300. People at a time sometimes come in. In the very beginning. 250 people was usually what we served for lunch. Uh huh. And again, you're bringing in the general public, So I know it was a big concern to you to have, um, you know, something that felt like a satisfactory meal again something at the center of the plate. That was very I added cheese, all kinds of things where it didn't happen to be our wasn't needed, really. And since that I've taken it out, but because I was nervous. I didn't want people to go away hungry. And feeling that they hadn't been fed s. Oh, it was a little bit dicey. You know our first well, you did such a great job of it. And I just remember eating there at the time and just being, you know, blown away by the generosity of the food and the spirit of it and the Oh, the bread you did, like it wasn't the for gossip. Love. Yes. Yeah. And you pull it apart of the table, and, uh, yeah. Careful stuff. Yeah, it was from Yeah, we probably should at least give homage for your time at Chez Panisse. Since that is a legendary restaurant and Alice Waters, obviously a legendary figure in our culinary universe, and she had come to the garden originally, That's how you met her that I'm right. Yeah, she had come to gringo and the Abbot said, Why don't you show her and Lindsey shere around? But I did, And they were kind of mind. Especially Alice was iron. Let us and asking questions. And she was. She really wanted this food that we were growing from the restaurant. And then I started to ask them questions. And And this And finally she said, haven't you ever been, And I said no, I've never been. I never even heard of shape in these Really? I mean, I barely had heard of it. She said. Well, you must come bring a friend and come tomorrow night. So we did. We borrowed a car We went and it was this was the food that I always had wanted Teat. And cook, you know, and I recognized it immediately and and I went to work there. She she invited me to work there and I did for On and off for about 10 years. Oh, and it was again such a seminal time and Alice brought together such an amazing group of people yourself included, But Lindsay shares the pastry chef, and, oh, people that Santa fans know David Tanis and Mark Miller and forced through the kitchen at that time, folks, you just need to read the story..

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"panisse" Discussed on KIRO Radio 97.3 FM

KIRO Radio 97.3 FM

07:33 min | 1 year ago

"panisse" Discussed on KIRO Radio 97.3 FM

"The South. Somewhere in the south, and it's cool deed free and it's covert free. We've got Daniel Alvarez on the line. She's the author of Always Add Lemon. And when I think about that I think it's a great lesson. You know, I think about my professional kitchens. It's a great lessons for cooks who are always adding salt to kind of back off and absolute lemon and breaking things up with lemon. So let's find out. Why Daniel named her book that why she loves lemon so much and what she has to offer here for your holiday. Seasonal cooking. Hi, Daniel. Hello. Hi. Thanks for having me. Take pleasure. Where are you in Australia. So I'm intrigued me go lovely. And I'm sure the weather is going to be lovely today as it is in Sydney every day. Oh, yeah, It's nice. And yes, the company reported pretty good. It's a good country to be in at the moment. So what do you mean, when you say your cook book title? Always add lemon? Uh, people I think Don't use lemon left. You obviously feel the same and What does it bring to the table? So I think, as you alluded to a lot of people tend to just throw salt. That's something that they think it's not delivering the flavor that they want. Or maybe they don't even go. But I think a little bit of lemon juice or some precious city At the end, it could be lying to beat the something that tends to be the kind of flavor that I really appreciate. Just wait things up. If you have something, reach your body, a little bit of acidity can cut through all that and make it He takes a little bit lighter. So that's kind of the book and not every recipe as lemon. It is, but it's just one of my life tricks to achieve a better flavor and that there What's your background and cooking? Daniel? I grew up in Miami, Florida, They Cuban family. So I think the love of food started their cooking with my mom and my grandmother, where my thing cook, But I am told in culinary school and moved to California and I started off my first restaurant job with that transponder is an intern. And from there, I reports around the Bay Area, And finally, my last Four years in California at Chez Panisse in Berkeley. Well, you know, I started at the starting at the top of movie moved to the top. I know it really was a very shocking entry into a hospitality, but it was excellent. I wouldn't trade it. And how'd you end up in Australia? When he just on book tour you visiting? Do you live there? What's going on? No, no, no, I actually um so all my family still in Miami. I was at the moment of my life where I didn't really know what to do. But I was ready to for a change to move and I can't hear her dictation and kind of Girl in love with the city. But I had no idea. I didn't really know anyone here in a couple of friends and not in the restaurant industry, and it was a friend of mine who's in the Australian guy that I worked with. That shaped me who somehow was contacted by restaurant group here, and they wanted to open a venue that was similar in style or at least philosophy to shake me. He asked me if I'd be interested and They threw me out and I got the job and moved back here six years ago. Good for you. You couldn't You couldn't find a spot further from Miami that that's seen the in literally the other side of the world. Yeah. So in your book always add lemon. You have some kind of delicious kitchen rules that you like to live by. Can you give us some hints on what they are? How do you think? I mean, I try not to call them too much of rules. But number one person for most is cooking seasonally. And I think you know you guys understand this, Um Probably better than I do either, but it it really makes food taste so much better just by choosing to cook for what is growing or what is intended to grow at the time of year that you're cooking. Secondly, I talked a lot about this is imminent. Underpins all of my philosophy. But, um, supporting your local farmers support your local community, and that is really important. I think for creating Other societies and the food will always take better on the local farmers with the people taking care of the soil, so, but with that one of us alone you're doing a lot of things. And inevitably when used by from a local farmer, you learn their story to you. Your food your dinner comes with a A real story. Yeah, absolutely. And you know, it'll it'll be ah, more thoughtful meal for sure if you've gone that way to try and find Product from your local farm. Um, it will taste better and it will be a better meal. I don't know. I say Keep your favorite wouldn't earn and keep it. I always in every kitchen that I have had my favorite wood and staying with me And I don't know why. Because I really associate my cooking and my feel what I'm cooking like my grandmother, and she always had a wood burning a half. I don't like the feel of it so everyone should have their own favorite one. Um and then. Yeah, can't pay state that every step of the way. So this is a big one for me. Don't just take things at the end patient kind of throughout the cooking process if you can, and definitely add seasoning as you go. Lastly, a little bit of every lemon will change everything. And I think we already talked about that one. Yeah, it's just bright is cherry. How do you feel? You know, one of the things I always tell my classes here at the hot stove is if you're going to use a lemon used both parts of the lemon right used, possessed and used the juice. No matter no matter what it's calling for, Although possessed, you can't use his much maybe as the juice because it will dominate now. But you know what? You know what I do in that case is like if I don't need enough lemon set, you know, So Lemony, obviously give me too much that overpower you fake invested into a little bit of all of oil, and I'll just kind of keep a lemon olive oil sort of already. Um, I could finish cold and it's really not Yeah. Oh, you can put it in sugar whenever lemon shoe. There you go. There you go. Yeah, Another question. Your book, often talks about projects Tell me about some of the projects and you because in this day up here where people are still in quarantine, the isolating and I know my wife has just fallen in love with her Sour dough starter and is doing that as a project every day, adding arrive Flower or Temp a flower or don't that doesn't sound like the right word. What's right flower? Yeah, but there's thean Jura Flower. Yeah. What's the name of that? And anyway, she's fallen in love with that project. Tell me about some projects in your book. Yes, Mrs Perfection in the back of the book that is more for people like your wife That really wants to go a little bit deeper and with the whole cookie I've allowed you to make it home. A lot of the things that you would normally just buy at the grocery store. So in the Red section, I could be a few simple bread's not sour dough bread, but Potato rolls and focaccia and Luca, which is a beautiful leaf shaped their low type of bread that are quite simple, but I think you would enjoy making in the dairy section. I teach you how to make yogurt and Ricardo and creme fresh, which I think it could basic staples of very that are quite simple to make it home, and they deliver so much.

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"panisse" Discussed on The Dr. Susan Block Show

The Dr. Susan Block Show

07:25 min | 1 year ago

"panisse" Discussed on The Dr. Susan Block Show

"Recording everything I'm seeing. I went up to go get pictures of them because they were fully strapped open carrying in the parking lot that was right by the protests. Went into get pictures and one of them blocked me in two cars. And I was like Hey I. Don't i. don't want an issue with you. I'M GONNA walk past you and he kind of like was acting like he was going to try to detain me and so I went to like sidestep him because I mean he's like an old out of shape guy I was like whatever I'll just duck under his arm whatever like all get around him and I went to go sidestep him and he went to move forward to touch me I was like I just put my hands like duck touch me like you're not GonNa do that and he grabbed me actually and like went to push me and Any any shove me and so Vis houses so so bad this poor boy this poor kid came jumped up on a truck behind us and was like you know don't touch her don't do that. Get your hands off of her and another Oscar that was their whipped up baton out of his his tactical ever, and he had this kid in the and then we ended up having the treat that kid. He's really lucky that it was achieved baton because if it was mental, he probably could crap that kids shed. Lou It is wildly dangerous there. Now for a little comic or sexy relief. We we saw your Pussy a minute ago Okay. Facebook don't worry. We're talking about her cat, what is your policies name? Caesar that Caesar do you have a name for your other pussy the one between your legs? Around. Sees her he's the king. Okay. You're pussies guy. You're Kinda gender fluid are not gender fluid, but you're definitely pan sexual you seem to be anyway. Yeah. I've been with transpeople is them with now binary people attracted to women I've? been like. I'm pretty open to pretty much anybody that. Noboa in that sense. Yeah. Yeah. Bisexual they are. Definitely bisexual and because some of the guys act like. So to speak girls and vice versa, I would say they're Omni sexual or. Their Latin name is Pan Panisse CA. So Pan Sexual is really the appropriate term. They'll have sex with any other bonobos. They'll probably also have sex with humans, but you know. That's a little. I I don't recommend that to have you out there although I did Kisa Bonobo through. A glass barrier and she was pretty passionate. Yeah, I know it was it was it was kind of Freaky for me. I mean I must say I. I wouldn't do it if there wasn't a glass barrier but since there was I and she comes up to the screen goes. I. Just I, take her back and and it was beautiful. Yeah Yeah Little Inter species communication there recommending inter species sex for anyone but I do have dog over here. Okay. So as long as you're holding your pussy I am going to hold my puppy and here is This we'd EST little. Go Chico. She goes a little nervous because we're camera. She go look at the camera now. Yes. Look at that pussy over there Chico Chico. Somebody holds a meet up CHICA. Oh, come over here and I go over here so that she looks at the camera and can see Merrick say, Merrick Chico that's it. Yes. So. Anyway. Yeah, no sex with animals people non human animals that is humans are animals, and we certainly can learn a lot from our animals and even though we shouldn't have sex with them. We could have very sensual experiences with them, and especially when people are in quarantine, it helps to have a pet to pet. Because people need touch and too many aren't touching. So Okay. Well, will you just did a hot threesome or this is a threesome from a long time ago that you? Zolder threesome. Okay and now speaking of sex you had mentioned festive foster. On your twitter. Okay. Yeah. I'm talking to somebody else I know and now you're disturbed by that. So you you get going here okay and I and and so I notice that you were talking about trump wanting to repeal section to thirty. And that you know, of course, says to foster has endangered sex workers as well as created censorship for for all of us, we're we're all censored when it comes to sex and more and more I mean youtube just is putting everyone in the Gulag of age restriction now, if you so much as used the word sex. But this section to thirty is is even worse I. Guess. So tell me why you're so active against the repealing of section two thirty. So I've seen it do a ton of damage to people's livelihood You know we were already a marginalized community as it is A lot of full service workers have been really really damaged find foster Susta, and these are some of the most marginalized. Of A marginalized community. So like a lot of full service workers are they're GONNA BE PEOPLE COLLARED THEY'RE GOING TO BE Trans, people, and. Eats. It's more difficult and more dangerous for them to now make a living, and so I just I think it's really important that we advocate for people who are in bad positions. So it's it's just been something that I've talked about a lot 'cause only has it affected me but it's affected people I care about. Yeah and you know sex workers are, of course, hit the hardest but. It also does censor everybody know because it, it makes the the platform somewhat responsible and I guess section to thirty the repeal of it would make these platforms even more responsible for things that everybody posts and and. That sounds like cool for some people but think about it if they're responsible than if twitter and facebook are responsible for everything everybody posts than they just won't let you post anything about sex anymore..

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"panisse" Discussed on 2 Dudes and a Chick

2 Dudes and a Chick

06:01 min | 1 year ago

"panisse" Discussed on 2 Dudes and a Chick

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How I Built Resilience

How I Built This

07:15 min | 1 year ago

How I Built Resilience

"Hey welcome back to how. I built this resilience edition so we just heard from some industrial. Who actually started her. Culinary career at Chez Panisse in Berkeley and. Her Mentor was none other than Alice. Waters Alice daughter Fanny Singer. Join me to talk about how shape unease is doing during the crisis and how we can keep local farmers and business by buying straight from the source Finney. I know that you are sheltering place that your mom right now in Berkeley of all. How are you guys doing? How are you holding up? It's it's sort of strange very surreal. Moment I live in San Francisco and I do still have apartment there. But you know it's a one bedroom apartment and my partner and I are together. We both were working at home. And there's no outdoor space than being in Berkeley was not just to be with my mom who I obviously concerned about to. Just because I wanted to fee `sort sort of insane person about disinfecting nail and all the things in a little bit more German centric than my mother so these things were these work concerns of mine but also I mean to be Berkeley in a place that has really rich outdoor environmental NGO to walk through one hundred thirty seven pad this in the hills of the Berkeley into just feel to walk for ten. Miles is like the only thing I think kind of keeping me from total insanity. Alice tell us a little bit about. What's going on with Chez Panisse right now? Obviously you've been closed for five. Maybe six weeks. What's going on with the staff right now. We really paid the step their time off so that when it comes time to reopen that they would be there and available we had the good luck to get a kind of bridge loan from some wonderful friends of the restaurant that are helping us get to the point where money comes from the government to pay people. Some are on unemployment and some are being paid a portion of their salaries. But it's really important to me that people are paid at this time. If I have to ask my friends I have my friends Alice. One of the things I read about which is super cool. is that Obviously you work with a lot of small farmers all over California and a lot of these farmers presumably. I mean they supply restaurants so first of all from your conversations with with farmers that you work with you supply your restaurant and other restaurants. I mean what is their situation like I mean? How long can they go like this without having restaurants to supply? It's very serious. What's going on with our whole organic farm community because they really have a only the farmers markets to bring food to and the number of people that are going to farmers markets is not what it usually is so. We're trying to figure out how to buy that food from the farmers and we have a project in Stockton California The mayor of Stockton is very enthusiastic about getting or Ganic Food in the public school system and serve at this moment in time. He asked if we could help buy food from the farmers said that he can give an stockton and I thought that that would be a perfect way for us to begin building that network that we're going to need for the public schools and were putting little recipes into the box so that people know how to make very simple dishes and may given at least four thousand pounds of food away in Stockton Alice. I I mean you've talked about this for years that when you were a little girl. Your parents had a victory garden at home in New Jersey and that you really are encouraging people to plant their own. Things actually inspired me so much. I've got some ceilings. Here can you see some big lettuce there? You go and I'M GONNA hopefully. That'll be lettuce in a couple of months. I mean I don't have a big backyard. I have a small space and got a planter but for people who don't have a backyard who might live in an apartment I mean what are some ways that people can think about growing their own food that keeps looking at Brown Finley and he started by chanting food out in front of his house? In that little parkway between the sidewalk and the street and it caused a lot of controversy and he actually cited for violating. Some ordinance got any went to court. He wanted his case and he actually has planted that whole strip of land. So sort of thinking about him. I did the same thing I cup. That little plop right in front of my Bad I think you can plant like you have done and planter boxes on a balcony. I hope that the community gardens began to surge research and unite. My mom planted the little section. That's just in front of our house because even though we do have a garden in the back she wanted people to think about this victory garden moment and the potential for even the most throwaway pieces of land. It's now planted with a few different edible things and she's already gotten notes through our mailbox thanking her for taking this kind of actions embolic being encouraging people. And you've just seen this proliferation of gardens now in people's sort of little forgotten front yards and people sowing seeds all around the neighborhood now and way. It's really incredible. I've just never seen anything like it before you know. One of the things that you've talked about is the idea of buying local produce supporting local farmers wherever you are in the country around the world and you know one of the questions that that we're getting from folks on facebook Tuesday from Bell Zelezny also which what are ways that we can help. Small farmers are other ways of their places where we can go buy things from them especially farmers who are used to providing restaurants. I if you are at a loss for who you're farmers are do. The work researching call the pharmacy. Are you having trouble? Are you imperilled? Is there a way that I can help? You facilitate a network of deliveries. Can I help you deliver? But also it might be a question of just helping them figure out logistics or even knowing who they are. Where their farms are I mean? I have friends in. La The lines were so long that they weren't able to get any food so they just started figuring out who the farms were that they could drive out to so they could still got great produce. And I mean it's been a little bit more problem solving and resourceful and also knowing that the farmers are maybe really good at growing vegetables. That don't necessarily know how to work. A whole distribution network. And if that's something that you have extra time for facility with like make the effort because they do need us

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"panisse" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

02:21 min | 1 year ago

"panisse" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"A few miles away and the person behind that restaurant Alice waters isn't just notable for cooking but actually she's probably much better known for the impact she's had on American cuisine because Alice waters was really one of the first American chefs to promote the idea that food should be local fresh and seasonal today almost every good restaurant in America pays homage to the farm to table cooking they tell you the name of the farm where the chicken came from and sometimes even the farmer who grew the crops and Alice waters is largely the reason why but when she opened chez Panisse in nineteen seventy one in that old run down Berkeley house she wasn't necessarily trying to start a movement she really just wanted a nice cozy place where she could invite friends to share a meal I was didn't actually grow up intending to be a chef in fact is a kid in New Jersey she ate a pretty typical American diet of that era her mom wasn't exactly the greatest cook and she focused instead on efficiency she wanted something healthy for us but she didn't know how to do that she knew it was you know meat potatoes vegetables salad fruit Cup for dessert but most of it was from a can or frozen she wanted brown bread I didn't like very much I was a very picky eater so you I guess by the time you hit your teens you M. the family moved up that right you to the Midwest and then to California was this for your dad's job yes your boss he was transferred to Chicago and then he was further transferred to Los Angeles she went to see you decided when you graduate high school you went to the university of California in Santa Barbara and this is in the early sixties and what I'm what was your impression of the place well that was party place that right by the water on the beach and I decided to transfer to UC Berkeley in the fall of nineteen sixty four so the fall of nineteen sixty four you end up at UC Berkeley a junior in college or a sophomore.

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"panisse" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO

News 96.5 WDBO

01:53 min | 2 years ago

"panisse" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO

"On the radio say it's perfectly fine to stick dead things in your body it won't make you sick and saying it in such a condescending manner that you must be an idiot if you don't want to stick a dead thing in nearby that's right the dead slew our friend Joe knows Joe knows Joe you listening you got any other knows for us because I don't know doesn't sound like the best plan to me I don't know Joe knows man I disagree with you I think Joe knows I think Joe knows right ladies and gentlemen it's Joe knows dammit alright here we go open Mike roulette let's see what we got here anything can happen there's a curse word you're gonna hear skip in the knee go up we had to dump that closely the pro bowl pep rally no not at all that we've got flounder I don't even get the sirens for that that's how he snuck up on me will say flounder for for lastolite let's let's zoom hold on now but the Tesla honoring jail he was charged with battery nice does a good one I was a good one all what did the German boy as it is and even asking his brother out of a Tesla had it what did the German but is this going to get a high ball no Han there you go Hey so all rights we know it's common but we might as well should we just yeah why not play all right we know we know flounders left us in a Mike here this is open microlight usually founders Getty doesn't curse or anything like that so let's take a listen hosted a pro ball pep rally rally so in other words you're now head cheerleader thank you search our shorts or remember your spoiler Panisse god he is on fire flounder the pounder our biggest critic.

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"panisse" Discussed on The Agostinho Zinga Show

The Agostinho Zinga Show

02:44 min | 2 years ago

"panisse" Discussed on The Agostinho Zinga Show

"Okay okay. Cool Back Rebecca from the supra can get so busy trying to load this up. It's not really working. Were superclub find a one. PDF was listed a K.. Quit I'm trying to see if I can open. Panisse can open things on nutsy Konkan. You share important to nuts. Export as Pedia was importuner. Assists is what Oh aw so hard or at coalition lowe's up my Who Does stuff I WANNA talk about? Buy One get up hear. My dogs actually They would me a second while I get this sort of find a case near fire up ludd With meat and leave K.. Is the time stem. Supporting talk about uploaded. Okay cool up and wave. Good who ducks cook. Who would done finally okay? So let's move on and Adobe we spoke about our ready was an epic one at good for you here own. Social media is taking over suppos-ably but we should know seculow story for mixed Mike Actually talking about the importance of social media at festival. Jeff was quite caught quickly. Read his article we can continue on Spoke about this stuff. You'd see some video in law. She didn't they of Coachella being the social media content. From those people out in Coachella just like you know I'm I'm taking pictures of themselves at just think someone basically took a picture of everyone's Richard himselves at the same time. It looked fucking super slope. Ian Rarely freaky only this topic. Pick up now. I'm show you the video confined. He is Is another you find it minute isis. What's happening here? Why does not loaded look is GonNa make somebody at any minute? Lowest Voting Menu. Ask it up on hand. There's nothing welcome to the One second bit with me was a fundus features. Sopher just go though Anna Copa.

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"panisse" Discussed on Dental Leaders Podcast

Dental Leaders Podcast

04:19 min | 2 years ago

"panisse" Discussed on Dental Leaders Podcast

"Me. But you know it's It's like you know what it was. It was it was one of those things where you know but if you come in and you have a price of if you have a piece of paper and I'm like you know my sole focus is not when you have an age I get it when you have an. Ats Clinic. And I get it when you have a certain amount of funds come into clinic and you're on your basically you have this money coming in and then you're like well well. How do I reduce the amount going out to maximize profits which is where traditionally these compensations come from? I'm the other side where I'm looking. I need to get more patients in so I might pay. How do how do you help me get more these patients come in? That's where we weren't on people who looked at twenty now as part of this sort of thing that we do Liverpool as I do we do some pr we he was a first century. The first one the first one I saw the whole a little less about US news coming in the expert what not enlighten. But no. It's it's one of those says I say my my question to people. Is You know how you guys are going to be getting more patients because that's a mutually beneficial thing because not just works out better for all of us at the end if I China for like five pounds less or fifty pounds still developing whenever I ask dentists lots of times about lots of things and I found your answer's always it's very very open. You know no no no trying to hide anything again. They've done a lot of interesting things very interesting for me. You know you you set up the practice when you set it up. Ten years ago it was leaflet. Drops and radio ADS. Venuto wonderful bit on mm-hmm Seo and then social came in you guys dominated social and is that is that open mindedness and Panisse. That makes you while you're not gonNA hide what you're doing. You're you're open. You're asking people lots of questions and I'm sure going forward. Whatever the next thing is said statute whatever your dominate? I mean it's an important thing. Well it's it's one of those things out there that I think people do that. I think I think people will do better than us out there than we do. You know you go robby coming in next week or whenever a whole than we do and I get that. And what's interesting is is is he does radio play to the guy and you know it's one of those. It's but you know the thing. The challenge for us is on you know. We've we've had two so challenge and adopt what was right. Ten years ago is in right to do now is about. How do you look at trying to move things forward and you know one of the things kind of excited to do? And you know we're going to be working with you on some on some of the Patia follow marketing as well which I think is GonNa be massive part of it. Yes they just I mean I see more and more and more and I understand the power thus delilah can have and it's yeah it's grams great but you know what I'm learning vastly and quickly about all these are it will go away and something will take place and you know and it's you will. We will see the at some point within the next two to three something else to dominate. The market would be the but yeah some cheesy Com econ sort of content. Pretty enjoyed. It was it was a pleasure. Thanks all the way from loop over this under few weeks. I thought you know I need to reload. Thanks my pleasure. This is dental leader. Says the podcast where you get to go one on one with emerging leaders adventist rate your host. A thanks for listening guys ice enjoyed. Today's episode. Make sure you tune in for future episodes his subscribe in itunes or Google play or whatever platform it is and you you know we really really appreciate it if you would give a six dollar. Eighty six rate rose. Leave my uber driver. Thanks guys bye..

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"panisse" Discussed on 600 WREC

600 WREC

02:09 min | 2 years ago

"panisse" Discussed on 600 WREC

"What we see on ninety two point one FM. and this morning news it is seven twenty six the temperature of sixty seven degrees Jeff right well joining us at seven thirty five mega Nichols from Memphis business journal seven forty five under pants under siege in New Jersey as sponsors John saucier a reports there's been a paint the heist we've been working to identify a trio of thieves a recently sold about four hundred pairs of underwear valued over four thousand dollars from a Victoria's secret surveillance footage showing a woman and two men entering the lingerie retailer in Marlton New Jersey and quickly making off with two large bags of those pricey Panisse the police department says the trio also suspected of committing the same style shoplifting from a Victoria's secret store in Yonkers and queens New York John saucier a fox news shame shame my goodness and finally we've got Massachusetts dog owner is relieved when her pet returns home after disappearing for a year here's Robbie Dawson the dog had been missing ever since the aftermath of a series of natural gas explosions and fires in several towns in November twenty eighteen all Degrassi a ball there and tells the eagle Tribune newspaper that her fourteen year old Pekingese should soon mix named Burgo bolted out the door of her sister's house in Lawrence while she was forced from our home a few days ago some boys found the dog in the street and reported it to police fortunately the dog had a microchip him because of that Virgo involved there re re ignited Tuesday rob Dawson fox news all right fantastic sixty seven degrees Jeff right well up next Meghan Nichols next half hour bomb of the hour news weather and traffic sixty seven degrees at seven twenty eight..

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"panisse" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

MyTalk 107.1

03:50 min | 2 years ago

"panisse" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

"Billy spends anywhere from one hundred fifty to three hundred dollars did you go to rocks roots dot com to the home depots website he probably out of my guess is he went for the bargain screws yeah here's at the end of the day he he was the one who got screwed okay well to high well that now if you live in the Elk River is living area you had some issues with your tires now you lame is on Mr could we exactly for next sorry we are going to Washington state state all right spoke him to be exact thirty two year old Cassandra yeah a lot was looking for a new car she was specifically in the market for Nissan so she went shopping and she you what what happens when you're shopping for a new car like what's the best part of new car shopping sides the foo foo coffee machine that they have a way of getting the the foo foo coffee while you're waiting for them to come up with a really good deal okay but what do you do when you don't even know exactly what car you're going to get test driving the test drive is the best part yeah you get to get into different cars and drive them around exactly well she was this Cassandra yallaf from Spokane she was at the Nissan dealer she was going to go for a test drive no I've had two different situations of the test drive I've had the opportunity to just take the car nobody rides along yeah that's my preference I don't like to make small talk with the sales per I agree want to drive the car exactly but she had the kind where the sales person comes along with it okay she started driving and that she kept driving okay she kept driving yeah instead try okay and that's the car salesman was like I'd like to get out of the cardinal because something tells me we're not going back to the dealership where were they going she said now I and then she kept driving fast it turned into a kidnapping oh my god she kidnapped the sales guy during the test drive yeah and it turned into a high speed chase though because the police knew that the car dealer was in the car with her and she had no kidnapped him so she eventually sped up while dips leaving the three police cars holy pocketing fire they finally ended up stopping her by like creating a barricade and she ran into them and that the brand new car that nobody can die though because she was ruined data anyway nobody knows she has not disclosed why she turned her test drive into a kidnapping so she did tell cops though that she had been dabbling with drugs so that was drugs she's facing that don't do drugs several charges airlines I'm just saying that that would be to me one of the biggest occupational hazards of being a car sales person what that somebody would show up with drugs and kidnap yeah that's the biggest hazard everything I wanted one that happen very often hopefully or do we just hear about it maybe as poorly anyway be careful out there so dark I'm sorry some days that's what the crazy stupid idiots for his room when we come back on the call your brother so we are gonna like that up a little bit with the little creek don't we do that a throwback live back live at two forty five this on the calling the Bradley showed my talk one of seven one previously on Jason and Alexis turning clothes shopping all my first time I bought some of the biggest Panisse I've ever bought in my life and you know I yeah we know I like the.

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"panisse" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

MyTalk 107.1

01:34 min | 2 years ago

"panisse" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

"On Jason and Alexis clothes shopping all my first time I bought some of the biggest Panisse I've ever bought in my life and you know I yeah we know I like the greedy P. any variety I got though they call them the rollover underwear so I could roll them down I'm sorry the what it goes all the way up almost your armpit it is it is very nice I need a sale for a boat basically we just need to collect I got yeah I mean you can get a three pack and have a whole campground set up the whole thing ready bringing you everything entertainment Jason and Alexis in the morning with producer don on my top one oh seven one hi this is Ellen from Max is a locally owned fine jewelry boutique now I love to eat fresh roasted corn and see cute baby animals as much as any Minnesota but I'm really shocked to know that it's that time of year already how is that possible well that's a question I know I'll never be able to answer but the question I can't answer is what's happening at Max's we continue to receive new merchandise from some of the artists that you've come to love putting for a sudden on a rally and Pat plan now we talked a few seconds but this happens when hand forged steel bracelet accented with gold dust and sometimes diamonds these are amazing and Pat is known throughout the country and beyond for these bracelets they make a spectacular statements are comfortable to wear to work just as well for a formal occasion thank you for every day we also have some beautiful gift items and of course there's always the chocolate chocolate in a.

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"panisse" Discussed on The big d zone

The big d zone

03:30 min | 2 years ago

"panisse" Discussed on The big d zone

"This is <hes> prince d._j. Does shawn porter be courage ministry and normally bringing this ministry to you but as you know the when i was starting panisse mystery together for july hi my lice birthday and the ad i visit the visit her gray side aid on that day and then <hes> i had so many thoughts when my mind but then last night the fact that is august and what the two shooting incidents that happened in el paso and also in <hes> in ohio and <hes> my wife when she went home the twenty eighth is going to be very hard <hes> this month now i got a distraction thanks to podcasts movement and then the church started back up on wednesday night by the atomic come back saturday was real rough me i started having suicidal thoughts now just because the person had ethel thought doesn't mean that they are planning to kill himself but they did have in terrible terrible pain. People in grief <unk> people have p._t._s._d. Go through it and people who who are just mentally the press us. Go through this as well now. Fortunately people do go do it and logic have a thong the suicide national hotline they want people to know now even though as a rap not a worship awesome but even though it's a wrap it tells people that there is hope and there is <hes> there is hope even for people like us and they just want people to know the call the suicide hotline and <hes> so if i'm if i'm allowed to law number i will give it to you if i'm able to go to the place that was trying to get the okay here. It is one eight hundred two seven three eight two five five again. If you're having suicidal thoughts please you call eight hundred two seven three eight two five five. If you're listening to the big diesel internationally <hes> you could call the <hes> <hes> the number that is from your country and the the there <hes> and there you could <hes> you could also you could also call them. Please please call please call. I know we're all here for a reason and i know that times are tough and we want to go home but if we're still here for a reason and i still still wish everyday that guy was sent me home but if we're here for a reason must be something good so i'm gonna play logic jake the the national suicide hotline. I'm a yesterday's rap but i.

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"panisse" Discussed on Sports Gambling Podcast

Sports Gambling Podcast

03:17 min | 2 years ago

"panisse" Discussed on Sports Gambling Podcast

"Makes load up protection for guy like Josh Allen. This is what they should do. I think if white falls that's going to put them to an interesting test. At some point the white net is going to be cast and he won't fall anymore. And I think coming to pick number ten with the Denver Broncos. Drew Elway who drew CHAI Jonah. I I have. I think like he he made just fuck around and go get a quarterback. I don't think. So I read it. I read an article about his Jones over Haskins. I think yeah, he's he's not drafting Haskins. I can tell you that. I read an article that he was very intrigued with the twenty twenty quarterback class, which made me think. Well, he's got flacco. He's got flacco. Perhaps if the tight end falls to him that's a target. I think it's a legit panisse Hopkinson could end up on Denver. But in this current situation. There's no way. I mean, what are the Broncos need? They've lost some linebackers. They need to get. Definitely light. I I don't see it's hard to see Devon white falling past like ten eleven. So I'll have them snag Devon white. I do think he's you know. You watched LSU live Koby. I watched a couple of hours. He's an absolute east. He reminds me a little definitely being paid roquan Smith is that is that a fair comparison comparison, he's a he's an animal. I think it'll be a beast. Wherever you lands Koby. Okay. I'm gonna stick to my my on the clock. I'm gonna stick to my projection. Here do it because this is in state guy whole state loves them. Oh, and I think you know, they hired Marvin Lewis was code was was announcing the af the spring one of the other reasons maybe they went under. Why are you crowbar and all this? But I'm gonna say they stay in state and any Dalton's done after the year give me Dwayne Haskins and Ohio states quarterback to the Cincinnati Bank. Don't under contract for one more year two thousand nineteen again, he'll be on the reds. We have a new coach. Yeah, we do and that and they didn't extend on so things add up. I I am complete lockstep with you. I think Haskins ends up on these Cincinnati Bengals please the fans to because they've been a lot too. You know, be gray about it would be a great PR move. Although I did read a very hilarious thing about Wayne Haskins that he he tested out on top of having the what are we calling my my I metric. Do we the was the K test? The k the K test. I think so all right. We'll go with the K on top of having a very low k test score. He also apparently had the worst body composition. According to NFL, Tom Pell. Hello, sarah. Who the fuck is Wayne asking had the worst body composition testing amongst quarterbacks at the combine. Okay. Break that down for me. Then I think they're saying he's he's chunky and slow..

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"panisse" Discussed on The Adam Carolla Show

The Adam Carolla Show

03:17 min | 3 years ago

"panisse" Discussed on The Adam Carolla Show

"How you Jamal not lacrosse Krisha aside. Sorry. I help you. Yeah. I am. There's somebody my home attempting to rape me. Excuse me sire. There's no need for that type of language high help you okay. I need you to get jumper cables. Co ax linemen dykes and channel locks and and make haste to my home went to. Hey, Smain haste is the opposite of waist. Okay. Hold on sell. My haste means fast. Oh, okay. Didn't just say that damn. Why are you trying to be smart? Yeah. You know? I don't understand English. Why are you trying to be smart? Well, let me tell you something. I'll pay your culture compliment, many are men are very hasty, and they dominate one hundred meter sprints. That may fast. I'm still here. Yes. It means there and seen. Thank you very much. So you're gonna get right prior robots. Please don't get raped by your robot. Apparently, there's already been one case of a bluetooth enabled. But plug really Jona town on somebody last year. So everybody careful nor this panisse direction. This is a PSA protecting people. All right. Let's do another fun thing. Brian your any? Were at the funeral of the guy who was killed brutalized and raped by robots or to conduct the college to get their time where the parents of the deceased he actually I should use. Gene should be accident. Do you play? The the law. The neighbor used to have the neighbor is to have seen years. And if attended the funeral sadly, Kurt right, our son, and let's Kurt laud used to trim my hedges when he says, how did Kurt die? You're going to yell skiing accident you'll fire at the orphanage. And then we'll swap. All right, ready. Go Dave how you hold stuff in a tough tough. You imagine Kurt so young. How if I may ask how did Kurt pass away fire? I mean, I've split accidents not being brutally by robots. Though, the orphanage the only part I really got clearly whether he wasn't raped to death by a robot. Does it really matter? Skiing and there's a lodge fire. And that didn't involve a robot. Okay. Then being brutally raped by robot condolences to you both. And let's hope you have a young son as well to. I'd like to talk about robot. Rape. We'll talk to Mitchell about robot rape. But that has nothing to do with this situation. Sequitur for a funeral. I fear for his life. Nothing to do with the fire, and you wanna talk to fire orphanages, all that's fine. The rail scourge facing young men. All right. Let's bring it home. Tina grants. Grants grad, and that's the news. That was the news with Gina grad..

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