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"pappy" Discussed on The Dan Patrick Show

The Dan Patrick Show

05:11 min | Last week

"pappy" Discussed on The Dan Patrick Show

"To a tournament, you're attending. Michael in Fort Wayne. Hi, Mike. Hey, Dan. I'm kind of kind of bummed that last caller took pretty much everything. I was going to stay. So to say happy Monday, you look great, watching you guys on peacock. Hope you guys have a great week. And yeah, go boilers, I guess. All right, thank you, Michael. That's reading the room. I like that. Instead of repeating what the previous scholar had. Yeah, I got something here where I got coffin, so I'm trying to survive here. Battle through this. Yeah. Any chance you're allergic to visiting your family in the holidays? No. But maybe? No. I had a good time. Any highlights? Low lights? I got to go to Frankfurt, Kentucky. Went to Frankfurt, Kentucky, and I have the feeling I know, Frankfurt's a hotbed of something. Is this turning in more into a brown bottle flu? No, I didn't. I didn't have any bourbon. What? I did not. Because they drank it all, someone else drank. No, I met pappy van winkle. How do you go there, not drink anything? Well, because he gave me my family the tour, but we didn't stop where you have the little samples of bourbon. Julian, Julian van winkle. You met him? Yes. How do you met him before? Or is this a first time first time? Of corresponded with him? That's a legend. Yeah? And because we had right Thompson on, who wrote the book pappy land and then Julian van winkle, AKA pappy said, hey, if you ever are in the area, let me know. And my wife goes, we're going to be in the area you should let him know and I'm thinking Thanksgiving weekend and we went to buffalo trace and he came over from Louisville, which is about 40 minutes away, gave us a tour and had a wonderful time. Yep. How's Frankfurt? That's a capital. I remember my steakhouse. Yes, it is. It's a lovely place. Yeah, we had a nice time. It was a little quiet. On the river? Yeah, a little quiet, a little quiet there. Went to, we went to a restaurant, I think it's called bourbon, something bourbon, something. And they had all of these bourbons there. Bourbon on main. Yes. We went to bourbon on May. And they had a lot of beers on tap. But I thought, well, let me see. It had pappy van winkle ten year, 12 year 15 year. And it's for like, I don't know, two ounces. And it says, market price. And I'm with my son. I go, let me just ask. And they go, well, we're sold out of the ten to 12 is $75 and the 15 is a hundred and something. And that's for two ounces. And I said, no, we'll pass. I'm good with that. But that's what pappy van winkle goes for. Very, very good.

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"pappy" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

05:39 min | Last month

"pappy" Discussed on WGN Radio

"Golf they call it a Mulligan. All right, welcome back. Good evening. It's rich valdes is the Jimbo hanan show 8 6 6 5 O 5 46 26 if you want to join us. And some of the headlines this evening that we were talking about were that the United States and South Korea issued this joint warning to North Korea threatening to end the regime of nuclear weapons are used. The police responded to a trespassing call at Mar-a-Lago and we'll dig into that a little bit in the open phones hours. So make sure you're listening to all three hours of the program. I hope that you are and that you're able to. This is my favorite late night show. I don't know about you, but it's definitely mine. And there's a complaint alleging that lieutenant governor from Pennsylvania John fetterman bought land from his own nonprofit at a fraction of market value. Then some news on Trump bringing a lawsuit against New York attorney general letitia James. Now this was interesting because this time the case is in Florida, but she's been after him in such a vindictive way that it's been quite interesting to see how that unfolds. And here's an interesting turn of events. The suspect that attacked Paul Pelosi, David the pappy, he not only is being held without bail, but he is considered to be potentially deported after his criminal trial here in the United States. Look at that. That's a first if I've ever heard one. Now tonight we've got a couple of really great guests that are going to be joining us to talk about a number of different things because there's news about tomorrow that Elon Musk is going to be firing half of Twitter so I want to get some opinions on that and we were also going to talk about the economy Biden. You have a speech and of course we have the audio. We're going to play that tape. Former assistant Secretary of the Treasury doctor Monica Crowley is going to join us in a little bit to go over some of that. Then United States senator Tom cotton from Arkansas is going to join us. We're going to get into a pretty enthralling conversation with him and then after that we've got author Christine miles. She wrote the book what it's costing us not to listen when people talk past each other. And oftentimes, I think that's what happens when people talk past each other is oftentimes what we see on social media. You know, I may put up a post and then there's your handful of people that want to insult me because my heritage is Hispanic and they just want to make, you know, racial comments. And then there's people that, you know, even if you want to get into the substance of things, they'll still try to just go around the substance of it and say, oh, 'cause you're just a radical dish or a radical batter. You're just trying to defend Trump and it may not have anything to do with Trump. And oftentimes, I think this is a problem that we have all too often in societies where we talk past one another instead of talking to each other. So that we can, you know, we don't have to agree. And we don't have to be friends either. But we can at least try. Our very best to kind of be on the same footing. Now I realized there are certain folks that are really radical really leftward that there's no hope. There's no hope. You can't even agree that you're standing in the same place. You say you're staying on the floor, they say they're standing in the sky. They're floating. Because of this relativism that we spoke about yesterday, people just don't agree on the truth. So I understand that. And that's definitely a thing for sure. But there is a story that I wanted to share with you. I was looking at it here. Let me see if I could pull it up real fast. Because it was something I was looking at online all day anyway. And here's the story. Nope, that's not it. This is not it. Anyway, we do have a clip of the audio, which is AOC and Elon Musk. Now AOC all out crazy, Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez. She's been going at it with Elon Musk. I should say he's been going at it with her. And it's been comical and it's funny and I enjoy that type of banter I really do. But it also is telling because I love it when somebody brings the fight to the left. I really do. Because they're never afraid to bring it to us, right? They're never afraid to say, oh, those are your kids? No, they're not. We're going to teach them. We're going to train them. We're going to tell them what gender they can be. And they always encroach on the things that I think are good and holy and sacred. Like family and faith and traditions that shouldn't be interfered with by the government or whatnot. But they do it all the time. So I think it's great that Elon Musk is saying, you know, let me take a couple of jabs here at AOC plus. I have my own little history that I can share with AOC and tweets from her team. But I want you to hear this clip first. It was found. The Fox News channel earlier where trace Gallagher is talking about this feud between AOC and Elon Musk. Listen to this. The back and forth here really is priceless and it's kind of one sided. First Elon Musk said that he would charge 8 bucks a month for a variety of features on Twitter. So AOC shot back on Twitter quoting here laugh my a off at a billionaire earnestly trying to sell people the idea that free speech is actually 8 bucks a month. Okay, pretty good banner until Musk responded saying, quote, your feedback is appreciated now. Pay $8. Musk went further posting a screenshot of a hoodie that AOC sells online for 58 bucks. They appear to be, by the way, hot sellers. Then AOC got hit again. This time she got hit from a venture capitalist named David Sachs, who tweeted, boy, why aren't The New York Times Washington Post in Atlantic free? There are billionaire owners should stop being greedy and give us these products for free. And AOC likely thought she was going to one up

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"pappy" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

01:53 min | Last month

"pappy" Discussed on WGN Radio

"Were some people who were saying, well, why are teens more likely to participate? No, come on. If you're a kid and you see something online or whatever, you figure that, you know, an adult vetted it somehow. It gives it a legitimacy that the rest of us would say, no, I don't think so. So I can understand that and apparently the TikTok challenge of benadryl was just one of many the tide pods and others. But I don't think anything tops the tops of the benadryl chicken. And maybe you've heard what caused it, but I would love knowing. That's right. And so one of the commenters said, well, people cooking chicken and NyQuil is kind of a problem that solves itself. Maybe, but my favorite was Leah, who not only, but Leah online, who made a comment and said, thank God I read this. I just got a recipe today for chicken marinated in garlic and NyQuil. God. Alrighty, then. So, and of course, it probably is just one stupid, hopefully child. You don't like to think this is an adult, but one stupid individual living on Terra firma, at least before the NyQuil episode. But I'd love to know. All right, 888-876-5593. That's 88, 88, rally. We'll get to your requests coming up first bumper will be four sergeant pappy, his request, and Steve, and Newark is going to nominate some choices for the world's worst hit records. And I hope you will, too. We've got another hour and 40 minutes to spend together, so 888-876-5593. That's 88, 88. On WGN radio. The reasons to treat

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"pappy" Discussed on WTOP

WTOP

01:37 min | Last month

"pappy" Discussed on WTOP

"Different agencies are working the case looking into the suspect 42 year old David du pappy, San Francisco, police chief Bill Scott. I don't know where it's gonna end up. I don't know what may eventually be uncovered. They might go into a federal prosecution. I don't have that answer right now, but I know from the state prosecution side. We had plenty. To pappy is expected to be charged with numerous felonies on Monday and arraigned on Tuesday. Kcbs radio reporter, Jennifer Hodges. Political rhetoric is only expected to intensify in the final stretch ahead of the midterm elections and some in Congress are urging restraint. Mitchell Miller is on Capitol Hill. I think all of us in the wake of this attack on Paul Pelosi need to say that we are going to stop demonizing folks. Delaware democratic senator Chris Coons. Members of both parties are concerned about individuals taking matters into their own hands, House minority leader Kevin McCarthy joined others in strongly condemning what happened to Paul Pelosi. Violence or threat of violence has no place in our society. What happened to Paul Pelosi is wrong. McCarthy like coons spoke on Fox. The house's top Republican who could succeed House speaker Nancy Pelosi if the GOP retakes the lower chamber, reached out to speaker Pelosi over the weekend, offering his prayers and support. On Capitol Hill, Mitchell Miller, WTO, news. A little more than a week to go before the midterms, a new CBS poll shows 8 out of ten voters feel things in this country are out of control. The economy, especially inflation, indisputably, top of mind and

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AP source: Pelosi attacker carried zip ties, in Jan. 6 echo

AP News Radio

00:54 sec | Last month

AP source: Pelosi attacker carried zip ties, in Jan. 6 echo

"Press has learned the suspect in the attack on House speaker Nancy Pelosi's husband was carrying zip ties The suspect who confronted 82 year old Paul Pelosi early Friday inside his California home beating him with a hammer came there with zip ties that's according to an inside source who spoke to The Associated Press on condition of anonymity zip ties were visible on some of the attackers who stormed the U.S. capitol on January 6th In another parallel to that attack police say suspect David de pappy broke into the Pelosi home asking where is Nancy the same words uttered by capital intruders who threatened the speaker dippy will be in court this week on charges of suspicion of attempted murder elder abuse and burglary mister Pelosi's recovering from surgery to his skull and multiple injuries Jackie Quinn Washington

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"pappy" Discussed on KGO 810

KGO 810

02:42 min | Last month

"pappy" Discussed on KGO 810

"Exciting than bears football is electrical construction. If you're involved with complex fields in the Bay Area, red top should be in your game plan. We finished jobs on time and on budget. We also build great relationships through innovation, just like Cal football, we're in for the win. Red top electric is powering what's next. Go bears. 8 ten. The spread. The day's best bet on sports. We are at Berkeley memorial stadium on a beautiful day for football and we are honored to have a special guest because last night it was the last ever reunion of what is known as pappy's boys. Pappy's boys are men who have played for pappy Waldorf the Cal coach from 1947 through 56. Listen to some of his statistics and how amazing that era was. 5 consecutive years in the top 15 in the final rankings. Three time Pacific Coast conference champions and three rose bowls 5 of the 7 largest memorial stadium football crowds ever were held when papi Waldorf was coached. 1717 first team all Americans and undefeated and memorial stadium for three straight years and a man who shared in all that joy and glory was lefty stern and lefties with us today and lefty, it's almost like a fairytale to look at it back at what it was in those days. You know, Cal has had some really good teams over the years since then but nothing is matched that era. While those who are wonderful days, the stadium is filled as you pointed out and we had great coach, great program, great university, a lot of great football players. It was such a different era though. There was no television for games to start with there. And so did the nation have any idea of how special it was for this team out in Berkeley, playing great football. Well, when pappy got here and remember he came from northwestern, it was the well-known and Chicagoland and they paid attention to us as we started winning games. We had been at the rose bowl after 37 season and the war, we weren't so good and then happy just turned it around and he came out here February of 47 and says I'm going to wake up the sleeping giant and he sure as heck did. What do you think was the catalyst for his success? Well, what made him so special and turned all you guys into such a special team? Well, first of all, he was a good football technician, but he was very, very well organized

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Nancy Pelosi's Husband Attacked in San Francisco Home

Mark Levin

02:00 min | Last month

Nancy Pelosi's Husband Attacked in San Francisco Home

"Is this attack on Paul Pelosi in his home in San Francisco And I want to comment on this of course it's a horrific thing And last reports are that he was hurt badly That his head was fractured his skull And that they expect him to make a full recovery Now here is William Scott the police chief at San Francisco cut one go At approximately two 27 this morning San Francisco police officers were dispatched to the residents of speaker Nancy Pelosi regarding an a priority well-being check When the officers arrive on scene they encountered an adult male and mister Pelosi's husband Paul Our officers observed Mitch Pelosi and suspect both holding a hammer The suspect pulled the hammer away from its below and violently assaulted him with it Our officers immediately tackled the suspect disarmed him took him into custody requested emergency backup and rendered medical aid his suspect has been identified as 42 year old David de Pepe Mister Pelosi and mister de pappy were transported to a local hospital for treatment This is an active investigation currently being led by the San Francisco police department special investigations division We are working closely with our partners from the FBI the U.S. attorney's office the U.S. capitol police and our district attorney here in San Francisco county DA brook Jenkins and her team The motive for this attack is still being determined Mister de Pepe will be booked at the San Francisco county jail on the following charges Attempted homicide assault with the daily weapon elder abuse burglary and several other additional felonies

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"pappy" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

06:21 min | Last month

"pappy" Discussed on WGN Radio

"You can guess the thing. You just know the artist that's good enough for me. That's our bumper stumper in our straggler. This award was first used in a movie in 1934 when a character explained his clothing. What worked. Now, the word describes the character, not the clothing. Yeah, he explained what he was wearing and said, gee, and then you can fill in the rest and it came up with a word that had never been used in that context before. All right, so 888-876-5593 clear as mud, don't you know. But Jimmy P on the south side, he knew the skyliners, have you heard anything else you know? Jimmy P has left us. Jimmy P has left the room. All right, so maybe he will call back later, but sergeant pappy knew the skyliners as well. You know anything else? Nah, nothing. Familiar no. Okay. Well, maybe something will be before the end of the night. Yeah. Yeah So how are you feeling, Riley? Not good, but better than last night. Last night, I want to use that one in both rough times. It was rough. So yeah. Hey, can I put in a few of our requests in this week? Or something like that? Or maybe even tomorrow, what you got? I want something I want soul serenade by king Curtis. Oh yes, all right. Kind of doing a one 80 on your little bit, a little bit of ASML. And the next one is cigarette asses by Jimmy conwell. All right. Wow. All right. And then I got one by the raindrops. What a guy. Yes. And now I got another one that's kind of a lot of people probably haven't heard by down the elephant walk. Oh, of course, yes, yes. I come up with all these all these off the wall. As long as you know, I got all everything that I've given you. Right over here in my house. Oh yeah, well, Don in the delight is on the courtland label, a yellow record. Yeah, yeah, yellow one, right, right. Of course, of course. When your stomach speaks, you forget your mind when your mind speaks. You forget your heart. But when your heart speaks, you forget everything. That's right. That's right, you got it. The south side of Chicago. That's right. Yes. Absolutely. Well, anyway, you have a good night. I'm gonna continue to listen see if I hear anything else. I'll call you back. Sounds great. Thanks, appreciate it. All right, you take care of now. Okay. Yeah. I never really understood exactly how Donald decided the order of that your stomach, then your mind, and then your heart, but what the heck it sounded good in the lyric. And it was spoken word so that went with, of course, my guess for my actually my quest for all the R&B soliloquy used to talk to each other in one long playing conversation. Do you have anything on the south side is back, all right, so let's see, let's see if he knows any bumpers. So okay, Jimmy P, what'd you hear? Captain what to say and captain seek Iranian that daytonas? I did not play any Iranian the daytonas. Well, it's a woman for one thing. Yeah. Listen, unless I got something mixed up. Can I guess the one there was something on your mind? Yes, of course. That was a big change. Absolutely right. All right, I got that one. Yes. I thought I heard him talking about Ronnie and no, no, big Jay mcnealy 1959 on swinging. You got it. That was a woman. And I got a there was another sign, guys, we're talking about all happy day. Yes. Do you remember that song? Was it Dan Herbert or something? Oh, happy day. Sure. Was that done some or other? I think that it was. And it's not the same as the Edwin Hawkins. Right, exactly. Exactly. So there's another one you can help me out. Yeah. It's a song I had the 45. We are united together. We'll stand up together. We'll be. I'll keep you happy for eternity. At the end of the song, they says, together, we stand. Divided we fall. Who sang that? I don't know, I'm trying to get a will be I'll keep you happy. You're not talking. I know you're not talking about brotherhood a man. I know you're not. So I think it's a little before, brother. Yes, absolutely. And a little better. Yes. And united is absolutely there are so many songs with that title. Right. But it will come to me and it's not the love notes. And or any of those. But I'll find it. And I had to single and I can't, I can't find it, first of all. And I can't think of a group that saying it. It was, you know, there was a hit, I guess. Chicago. Right, exactly. Maybe Scotty knows Scottie, if you're listening and get through. Yeah, right, right. He's listening. And that other guy was a big Jay McLean Jay mcneely. Yes. And I caught captain sergeant pappy. Doctor papi, I caught him talking about Ronnie and the daytonas. And I hooked it up with that female singer. So I thought they was guessing it. So all right, then we've got that I got a straightened out. Excellent. All right, thanks for calling. I appreciate it. All right, so 888-876-5593. That would be 88 88 rally. Adele and Springfield is back on WGN radio. Hey, good morning. How are you? I was trying to figure out what the clues that you were giving. Yes. And I think

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"pappy" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

02:02 min | 3 months ago

"pappy" Discussed on WGN Radio

"Oh no, we do, and I'm just sitting here, and yeah, and I've got another one of sergeant pappy's requests to play. Like this one. Oh, wow tonight. Before I turn on. My little screen you need that one. I love you so I wanna know If. you wanna. Be what I'm about to do you should be that one. I love you so I won't forget all those things you have done through me and. Then my heart won't let me forget your love. Heart and I do love you oh love. Love you me oh. Baby that's what I love you so. Yeah the originals are the greatest that's the 1956 version

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"pappy" Discussed on Money For the Rest of Us

Money For the Rest of Us

05:19 min | 3 months ago

"pappy" Discussed on Money For the Rest of Us

"The reason why is there was a 35% increase in gun theft, with more people having guns even if they're hidden, more guns got stolen. You also found that the police just weren't as effective in prosecuting crime. So here then we have unintended consequence of legislation put in place to reduce gun violence actually led to increased gun violence. Another example was in study, I saw by Sarah pappy titled marijuana legalization and fertility. Many states around the U.S. have made it legal to use marijuana for recreational uses, as well as for health uses. Legalizing drugs leads to more production. And so there was the anticipated consequence that the price of marijuana would fall and it has from about $2000 a pound and 2016 to a $1025 a pound today. Now that has hurt some of the smaller growers of marijuana because it's been a more efficient market, but that's anticipated consequence. What wasn't necessarily anticipated, according to this study, is that the higher use of marijuana has led to lower fertility rates. Fewer births because marijuana uses lowers the likelihood of pregnancy through health effects on both women and men. It's just less likely to conceive. On the other hand, greater use of marijuana leads to more sexual activity. There are two forces there. There's more sex, but less conception. And overall then, the birth rate has gone down about 3% on average. Not an anticipated consequence of marijuana, liberalization. Economists Keras Lambert and Christopher Coyne write that unattended consequences result from human action in complex and open ended systems. The world is a complex adaptive system. So many different linkages. Many which are unknown and as actions are taken as it cascades through the system, it leads to both positive and negative consequences. They're inevitable. It's just the nature of complex adaptive systems and making choices. There's incentives to make choices and those incentives can be changed by the government, or it can even be changed by algorithms. I've been amused over the last year or so. In looking at the algorithm for Instagram, the algorithm started favoring video content. So there's friends that we have that run a retail store that for years have posted pictures of models, modeling, clothing. Now, as photographs aren't getting the type of traction that they used to have now, they have to do reels and in fact the owner of the store is having the dance in front of the camera and do all kinds of different, unique content, different than anything they ever did in order to get engagement on social media, which is a big driver of their business. We're seeing this with YouTube. On YouTube, it used to be if you subscribe to a channel, you saw their videos when they produced new videos. Not anymore. The algorithm won't necessarily show a video of someone you follow on YouTube. And that has led YouTubers to use more clickbait like titles, more extreme titles in the personal finance space.

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"pappy" Discussed on The Dentalpreneur Podcast with Dr. Mark Costes

The Dentalpreneur Podcast with Dr. Mark Costes

02:39 min | 1 year ago

"pappy" Discussed on The Dentalpreneur Podcast with Dr. Mark Costes

"They fabricate or they create pappy there at that facility. And I was really interested in the manufacturing process and the. Fact that they start with the same alcohol and what differentiates a buffalo trace from a pappy or a $9 bottle of bourbon that you get, you know, on the bottom shelf, all started with the same alcohol in the same blend, and then what differentiates it is how they store it and the barrels that they use. So you can have a $3000 bottle of bourbon versus a $9 bottle of bourbon that all started the same way. And it's all about where which floor of their storage facility that they housed it on. And the barrels that they used to age it and the amount of time that they aged it, which I thought was quite fascinating. Yeah, a lot of times it's the same mash bill and some sort of facilities will rotate barrels and some they just leave them in a particular spot. And then depending on what the temperatures like outside stuff, ages, faster or slower, and that sort of thing. I was in a cocktail bar one time and I was getting a cocktail and I said, well, I'd like this cocktail, but I'd like a little better bourbon in it and I said something like this or this and he said, well, do you like what's the one that you like that you recently got you into bourbon? Well, I drink basil Hayden. That's the one. He said, you like basil, Hayden. He's like, this is the same Nashville baseline. It just hasn't been aid to the same way. And I said, oh, well, I'll be less snooty and let's just make the cocktail there you want to make it. Exactly. Yeah. It makes a big difference. The other interesting thing about the buffalo trace distillery is I think they were one of the only ones that were allowed to remain open during prohibition. That's true. Medicinal alcohol. That is true. They never had an interruption in their manufacturing throughout history and they've been there a couple hundred years. It's extremely old. Yeah. So yeah, I got my little I forget who even gave me this. I'm showing you this. But somebody sent me these rocks glasses with my name engraved on them. I'm so sorry if whoever sent me these as a gift is listening right now that I forgot. I mean, but if you're going to give me something that's going to serve alcohol in it, you have to, you have to be a little bit flexible and understanding as far as me maybe forgetting who gave me that gift. I.

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"pappy" Discussed on CRUSADE Channel Previews

CRUSADE Channel Previews

05:47 min | 1 year ago

"pappy" Discussed on CRUSADE Channel Previews

"There have been scorched earth campaigns. Before all right every every campaign any clinton was involved in is a scorched earth campaign. So and and they all include Terry mcauliffe as i said going all the way back to bill clinton being elected attorney. General of arkansas and then two terms as governor and then of course as a rookie novice being able to to knock out a george pappy bush will actually ross perot healthy knockout pappy bush But he did beat bob. Dole and jack kemp hanley ninety six mccall's been involved and escorts her stuff here forever and ever. You know as as christians as catholics you know we we kind of hope that the people that do stuff like this and then have advocated for the killing of so many soon to be born children view abortion that there must be a price to pay in this world. This would be one of the hugh biggest political upsets of this millennia. If glenn young were to actually to be able to pull this off and you know the democrats are gonna cheat. You said that. They can't cheat mail in ballot. I they find a way to cheat. I just don't know if they can if they're willing to risk If young actually wins the popular. Vote as i think that he might now that he will. Are they willing to risk all. So that terry mcauliffe does not walk away with a black. I i don't know. I don't know what the reason why they're running. Term mcauliffe really is enough. Something i thought about you know. We need to consider why democrats went and got one of the biggest biggest heavyweights in the party. Maybe one of the biggest heavyweight in liberal politics worldwide to run for governor ship. All of a sudden. We need to think about that. Did they go get terry mcauliffe. Because they knew that they did not have one of one. I think one of the great political strategist on either side right now running that campaign fully as himself did they know they did never shot it all. They know that virginia was in this much of of distress in terms of moving away from democrats because of north them. So i don't know what they willing to do to help them win. I do think it's interesting to consider why even on that ballot there were more candidates to a more diverse. The hard left wanted. He was not the choice of the hard left. There was inter-party turmoil within the democrat party in virginia but the national democrat party did not admit to but it did happen on the state level. I can tell you that from being here. So i i wanna really understand why they went and got terry mcauliffe. I think they went and got sam because they knew but if they ran anyone who was not at that level of genius and strategy that we're not going to have a chance though and that's your show you how weak the real hard left is because if they ran the hard last. They knew they weren't gonna win..

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"pappy" Discussed on TED Talks Daily

TED Talks Daily

04:16 min | 1 year ago

"pappy" Discussed on TED Talks Daily

"The gradual transition was that everyone was cooperating and it put no strain on the other students because they were all east into it with me. Everything was perfect until in fifth grade. A student who had moved there the year before and wasn't there for a gradual transition told his grandfather about me and his grandfather was part of special interest right group and he didn't think that my using the girl's bathroom was okay at all so logically. The best course of action was to sent his grandson in after me. His grandson falls into the girl's bathroom. One day looks me in the face and says my grand. Pappy says that we don't have to have any faggots in our school. I didn't know it at the time. But that was the beginning of all of my family's hardwork coming apart. The school stopped cooperating with us. They pulled me from the girls bathroom and made me up to be the one who done something wrong. After a few months of isolation i decided to start using the girl's bathroom again of my own accord but when the grandson caught on made another stunt and again i found myself in the principal's office with her giving me a look and saying you knew you weren't supposed to go in there so from then on through the end of sixth grade. I was to have a bodyguard. Who was to follow me at all times. Stand ten feet behind me and make sure that i use the isolation chamber of a bathroom. Just because the school was afraid that the grandfather's group would sue. I would get up to go to the bathroom from class and the teacher would stop me at the door in. Tell me to wait who whoever was following me that day in front of everybody. the humiliation was unimaginable. My family eventually had to leave that school and leave or no because the school could not in would not be reasoned with for the next two years..

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"pappy" Discussed on WBSM 1420

WBSM 1420

06:18 min | 1 year ago

"pappy" Discussed on WBSM 1420

"Him in the White House. No, you don't. No, you don't. That's another lie. We saw you yesterday, Walking away without a mascot. We've seen you a million times without a mascot. 844 540 to 42. Richard, You're next with Howie Carr. Go ahead, Richard. Hey, Howie. I just want to bring up a point about vaccines and how they currently still for emergencies only. Yes. And apparently, Mr Biden has decided that Congress Congress staffers and federal court system can be exempt from getting shot. The federal court system to Yeah. So apparently they know something. We don't, huh? Well, I mean, who is in the federal court system? Does that mean judges? FBI who do doesn't mean that doesn't mean the law enforcement as well. I would have sold Probably something to do with Oh, Marshall's Marshal Service, maybe has some some Court guys ago. Yeah, No, The Martin the marshals if they if the court system I would think would include FBI marshals does include the EEA. How about Customs Treasury Secret Service? I mean, what? Where does the Where does the mandate begin? And where does it end? I don't know The answer to that. 844 540 to 42. Mike, You're next with Howie Carr. Go ahead, Mike. With the only frustration level that Biden had is that they gave him, Pappy. Okay, putting last night not chocolate chip ice cream at the White House, Mana, But you know, I don't know, in between me making my strawberry Mushroom shakes. Didn't he say that he did he put in seven weeks gained 700,000 jobs a month since spring. Yeah, he did say that. I don't know. He said that twice Mike the first time he said it. I thought, How does that work when there were only 230,000 Jobs added last month, right? And but he said he said it again. He said it again last night. Well, and he must been reading the Braille wrong because I just looked at my wife and my wife looked at me and I'm like, Hey, you know, whatever he says, is gospel. And then my final comment is How many dignitaries are going to show up at this point, a young woman hero last coming home? Do you think Elizabeth Warren will be able to tear herself away from California or media market to go back with Uh, office to be, you know, I I agree. Well, you know, they say Charlie Parker, the governor is going to be there and pay to play police. So we're going to be there. But I haven't heard about any other other elected officials who are going to be there at the at the actual arrival of the casket at Logan Airport in the funeral is Monday and I don't know who is going to be there. I think, Lawrence. That would be, uh, that would be Laurie Trayvon's district. I believe I I assume she'll be there. But I don't know that for a fact I haven't confirmed it. Let's play the flashback of Biden. I think this was last year and, uh, when he was the president see lacked in December, and he was asked about Should vaccines be mandatory Cut 15. No, I don't think it should be mandatory. I wouldn't demand to be mandatory. Yeah. You know, I heard that on TV. I watched it on TV last night. And did you notice this Taylor? He slipped since December. I mean, that's that's 9. 10. Months away, go and he slipped a lot. Since then. Have you noticed that? It's It's hard to go back that far in my memory at this point and again, you never we see him every day, So I guess it's it's harder for us to notice we, you know, we cut them up every day, right? Right. It's like if you're in the nursing home, you don't notice someone's mentally fly. Right? If you're if you're they're putting on the white coat every morning, and, you know, getting the tapioca out and turning the channel to the mat Lock binge for the evening. 844 542 42 Reese, You're next with how we car Go ahead race. Hi. Hi. Hi. I know how I am a first time caller. Thank you for taking my call. Thank you. Um The reason why Biden is pushing this so strongly is because he's never accomplished anything in 50 years, and now he's blackmailing and bullying to get one thing accomplished in his career, and that's the only way he can do it. Yeah, No, he hasn't accomplished anything. That's for sure. Someone made, I think was Gerald Gerald dough. Gerard Baker in the Wall Street Journal, said that the only thing he's ever done is go along with whatever the, uh, when. Whichever way the winds were blowing in the Democrat Party. That's all he does. Is he just reform reflects he's never led in any way, shape or form. And now the Democrat Party is blowing in the direction of the squad. So that's where he's going. You know there go my people. I must find them and lead them, You know, and, uh And it's just a complete disaster for the United States of America for the society that is That is nurtured all of us and all of our ancestors, and that's why our ancestors came to this country to get the freedoms that he is. So there I say cavalierly. Dispensing with thanks for the call, Reese call again. 12. The listeners who like me have an IRA or 41 K. I have an urgent warning for you. Our federal debt is now more than $28 Trillion. What the government is not telling you is that the Fed is running out of ways to fight this growing burden. Inflation and tax hikes are their only way out. You've seen the 40% increase in gasoline prices since January. Have you tried to buy the lumber lately? Have you noticed the shrinking portions in some packaged products at the supermarket? It's all about inflation..

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"pappy" Discussed on The Dan Patrick Show

The Dan Patrick Show

08:08 min | 1 year ago

"pappy" Discussed on The Dan Patrick Show

"That bucks patriots. Week for though as amazing. What last night was. I think everybody's circling. That's a return to gillette for brady. Because if it was in tampa it would have a completely different field but brady going into new england back to new england and mack jones. Mack jones having a couple of games to get acclimated to real. Nfl games Let's see jeremy in wisconsin. Hey jeremy what's on your mind today. Hey good morning. Mr patrick fellas so i wanted to chime in to the poll question if possible and then i had an additional common for fouts. Okay okay so the poll question I have outstanding head of hair and my father still alive but we don't have a great relationship so all things considered i'm keeping my head hair for sure. Wow okay that's a fair point fair point okay. Okay and then the other comment so recently. I take a lot of your advice on things whether it's books beer other products and i finished up. Pappy land recently. Have been wanting to comment on this for a while. And that's an outstanding book. I live. I love right thompson everytime on the show and just wanted to thank you for that recommendation. It's great book and he's a good dude. Thank you jeremy. Yeah if you get a chance and it's it's light reading from the standpoint. It's not a big book but it's about it's about family. It's about father son relationships but it's also about the The guy who had his family started happy. Pappy van winkle bourbon. Which is the prices for pappy. Then winco absolutely crazy. There's an episode of the show on netflix heist. Where a guy goes to jail because he was involved in the theft of bourbon and they found out that people were taking bourbon home. And then you know the the secondary market for bourbon including pappy. Van winkle was just crazy. I mean you could have a bottle of the twenty three year old. Pappy van winkle and it will go for four thousand dollars but if you bought it in the store which you can never find it in the store it might cost you one hundred dollars yes he. There's a funny story in that book. Pappy land about julian. Who's sort of the proprietor of the brand. And it was his grandfather. I think that had started it. And he's in new york city for some meetings or something and there's a small group of them and they're walking down the street and they see a sign outside of a bar. That says pappy shots for whatever. Twenty dollars a pop or whatever so oh that's funny. Let's stop in and get one so. Julian sits down at the bar and orders a drink of pappy and he likes it with a little water in some lemon. I think or something like that and the bartender is like i'm sorry. Sorry i just can't allow you to to ruin such a beautiful product like that and the guy has no idea that he's talking to like julian van winkle pappy van winkle size. I'm sorry sarah can allow you to just soiled such a beautiful product that that's not the way you drink a trust me. This is how you drink bourbon and you can get a ten year. Twelve year of fifteen year twenty or twenty three year. I think those are the the bottles that you can get. And i remember opening up a ten year bottle at the christmas party and i said to people. You want to try this bourbon. They're like no no. I don't want to bourbon i go. It's this this shot right. Here is fifty dollars. Then i go okay. i'll try it. They didn't care what it was gonna taste bit was fifty dollars. I said if you were in a bar like this is what it would cost you. The cost of the bottle would probably be fifty dollars for a shot of pappy van winkle and then people of course when they drink it they make like. They're sipping from the chalice. And i go. What do you think they're like all yeah. I can see why it's no you. Can't you know it's basically supply and demand of Pappy van winkle but but right thompson. Anything that he authors is is wonderful. These one of the great writers in america. Yeah i think. I mentioned this a few years ago. My buddy ed has beautiful barred as house. They have a big christmas party and a standing by the barney and the bars kind of wide open their some of their serving but it was very busy. Some dopey dude goes back there and decides to make himself a drink and he grabbed some johnnie walker blue label. Which is i think a four hundred dollars or something like that and he mixes it with diet coke on ice and i'm sitting there. I'm just mortified. But i can't step in this guy. But i gave ed the high sign and eddie lawson. Well learned that at the christmas party is my life. Said if you don't want somebody to drink something then don't put it out there. Because i remember. I'm outside with chad from traeger. Everybody's outside and i come downstairs at my neighbor. Bob is there. And he's got a bottle. Johnnie walker blue. All by himself. And i'm going. Hey bob and he's like hey. I said Found the johnny walker blue goes. Yeah yeah i had to look for i go. I thought i hit like. Hey where did you keep the good stuff i know. And you can't put out really good cigars. Either because people will go like after a while like odds cigar and it and then they smoke like they take two hits off of it and then they put it in the ashtray and yet all these you know look like trees little small trees that were in there being planted in the asturian. All right let me take a break. More phone calls coming up looking forward to joe. Torry top. be our and the former yankee manager. Kurt warner also stopped by as well back after this. Thanks for listening to the dan. 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"pappy" Discussed on Oil and Gas Startups Podcast

Oil and Gas Startups Podcast

05:01 min | 1 year ago

"pappy" Discussed on Oil and Gas Startups Podcast

"Do the best. Anything i get into his out from work. Is it from now football. Was it now. It's cooking early back again into that. Is you know knives bourbon for bourbon for the last twelve years been in burma for twelve years. Twelve years growing the collect china. Feel like this feeling. Berman explosion happened probably about five six years ago in. It's just this is a whole f frustrating for you that so many people are in now. Yes i i love it but it's also listening for i. I hate it because the fact that it's just damn hard the pandemic i think. Turn most of all of us into some sort of you know alcoholic in some senses as far as when you're mixing when you're mixing vodka tito's is truly yet you knew yet issues when it's like nine thirty you're saying on the computer and you're cracking open can you're like God maybe hours happy. Maybe step back here. We have to start looking at foreign timezones to justify five o'clock somewhere that's that's too bad so the pandemic wasn't kind to everyone on that but gave everyone kind of hey. I'm kind of getting into this bourbon science stuff and it's it's causing an explosion so it's been great for the fact that if you've been in the business for flipping you're gonna. Hey let's Let's flip a bourbon and get in find some than for cheap and then sell it. Fantastic is the markets. Have been just ludicrous. Making tons of money on that end. Point if you're into that sort of stuff but for personal wants actually just generally collect an drink the bourbon been biggest pain in the ass. Because you can't find anything anymore you tell me about the whole bourbon seen again before we really kind of blew a. Because i'm very curious about that. Because i can see you're going to be the pain. The ass affected blew up or kind of cool. Because now you're seeing the all these new distilleries come out so like. Tell me kind of like your experience when you first started collecting to any kind of saw shift where you're at now so i got going it. Was you know you had the collectibles in had the buffalo trace antique collection which everyone was really kind of popular in the on the smaller system back ten years ago. You could find. Pappy van winkle clearly on the shelves nicaragua untouched and wasn't one of those glass cases. No no it was widely available. It was just sitting there. And then you get into you know..

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"pappy" Discussed on The HT Guys

The HT Guys

02:30 min | 1 year ago

"pappy" Discussed on The HT Guys

"When you're the first everyone tries to one up you and that's kind of what detested. Yes true i mean netflix. Look at the beginning was trying to be ubiquitous and be on every platform everywhere and it worked out really well for them. So yeah i mean. I think it's a really good strategy. So speaking of pappy. Importing yourself pappy. have you watched the new. I almost got away with it. Or whatever documentary thing on net flicks about pappy. Gate no Is that what it's called. I almost got away with it or heist something like that. I don't remember exactly what it was. There is a. There is a movie that i heard was heison. It has something to do with bourbon. Trade but i could have it completely wrong but yeah i am going to have to check that out. That was where they were faking. What was in those bottles. Is that correct. No they were just straight up stealing them. Oh even better because then you get the yeah. It's crazy. I mean and they actually interview in the documentary. The people who committed these crimes. I think they go through three different crimes that were committed and how they've kind of fell into these situations where they were committing these crimes. In the the circumstances in their life that led up to it and all of them are like. I'm not a criminal has just happened this way you know but then in the news is like oh the the head of this crime ring. The pappy gate crime ring. So yeah it's it's a. It was a fun interesting. Watch for sure all right. I'll have to check that out but speaking of pappy there's not bourbon talk It is so hard to find and so expensive. But i have spoken to people who have found it and drunk drank it. And they said it's good but not nearly as good as the price warrants. So it's one of those things it's just hard to find and it's the honor of saying i have it kind like had one hundred thousand dollar rule lable And there are a bunch of other Good bourbons out there. That i like. That cost nowhere near as much and some of them are still hard to find but You could pour yourself like a nice bourbon. I found one over at costco. it's called old settler. It's thirty five dollars. I tried to do some research on. It couldn't find a whole heck of a lot about it but it tastes really good. It's it's a hundred proof and thirty five dollars a costco. You cannot be that. I bought like three or four bottles as Like when i feel like having a bourbon. But don't want to really think about which one i'm gonna have. That's when i go for so so that's dolby right gulbis the old settler and then. We'll said ds pappy and that is it for today. Show everyone thank you for listening. We appreciate it..

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"pappy" Discussed on WABE 90.1 FM

WABE 90.1 FM

12:30 min | 1 year ago

"pappy" Discussed on WABE 90.1 FM

"I'm quoting here if he is not just reaching for his mam and Pappy, but also for all those faded people who stood behind them. Whose names two were lost forever. Whose blood nourished the ground and haunted it. Would you please tell us about the importance of a connection to the past for these characters earns It is quite frankly. The yearning for connection that all descendants of enslaved people feel. Because we were cut off from the thing that Is the origin of our thing. And I think Tony Morrison was the one that said All off orphans are insatiable. And I'm not sure if that's blatantly true, but I do know that when you are someone who You don't know who your ancestors were. You can only guess at it because Your ancestors didn't have birth certificates. They were listed as property along with animals and furniture in records kept by plantation owners you long to know. More about these people who withstood so that you could be here It is. Overwhelming to think about the fact that my ancestors suffered untold brutality. And survived it. Just so that I could be here writing this book. Today I am in awe of that. I feel a tremendous responsibility for that. And I imagined that these characters who were in this lost place. During these unspeakable acts. Only wondered and fantasized and hoped that they could find when they escaped it. Where they actually belonged. And the first step to that is to wonder. Where are my parents who loved me? Who brought me here? Who I was snatched from? And that's that's where Samuel and Isaiah are, but it's also kind of frightening because to think about it And then to not know or to know that you may never receive an answer to that question. It's heartbreaking. Heartbreaking to read, but we must. I was hoping you would read some passages. Asked him. The old dog voices. About you. They say you right proud. On your way to becoming a man yourself. Got a lot of your people in you, but don't know it yet. Quick. Maybe too quick for your own good. Surprised you still living I asked them, I say, and you take a message to him. Tell him I remember every curl on his head and every fold on his body down to the creases between his toes. Tell him not even the whip. Can remedy that. Mhm. Okay, so I started crying on Page four. I have her soaked. Copy up the profits in front of me, Robert. I'm still sorry. So no, don't be. It's it's marvelous. What can you tell us about blood memory? Blood memory is a concept that I was introduced to In my studies and Africana studies at Brooklyn College as an undergrad where, um, it is sort of like this part mystical. Part real idea that We actually carry the memories of our ancestors passed down to us through our very blood that our cells themselves hold onto the memories that we think have been lost to time. That if we're we are still And we are quiet in our meditative spaces. We can actually remember things that did not happen to us. What happened to these ancestors that they willed into their bodies and passed down to us such that we will always know. That is blood memory and is, in fact, at one point you right? Who knew blood could talk. The ancestors say return to memory when you are filled with doubt. Is this? What Yeah, referring to yes, And they also saying Memory is not enough. And that is their way of saying you now in this new place must do additional things to ensure that we are not forgotten. You must speak. You must write down. You must do. Because memory While that is the thing that we gave to you, we realize it is not enough. Samuel and I say it first encounter each other is Children have which you describe each of them. Samuel is a much more rugged individual. He is a little bit more angry, a little bit more aggressive, a little bit. More uncomfortable with the intense love he feels for Isaiah. Isaiah, on the other hand, is although chained Utterly free. He finds in his love for Samuel, the ultimate liberation. He loves without without fear. He loves without limit. And his intimacy is deep. There is no shame with Isaiah. There is he doesn't even understand the concept of shame and the two of them together, as Maggie calls them, the two of them represent this fraught. But Highly passionate and Nei unbreakable bond. And I just wanted to examine the complications and the deep intimacy of the two with those sort of their sort of the yin and yang of each other, and they there In many ways opposites, but Could not function without each other. Yeah, Samuel emanated strength yet detachment. From others not from I say, huh? And I say it has this soothing presidency smiles. He was sweet with a friend's baby though later you right? It was the curse of the soft ones to suffer in all but silent, so his ability to articulate in fact makes him Feel Remorse even greater. Yes. Isn't that the way of the world we live in such a fraught? Often hard and violent world and it's those who feel The most empathetic among us that suffer the most we see and feel other people's pain in addition to our own, and that is it's hard. That's a hard existence to live in a world that can be so callous. Robert what informs the way you depict the characters. Box and feelings to their situation. You know, A lot of it is from my own family's oral and discovered history. My grandmother, my paternal grandmother, Ruby. Her youngest brother, Herbert, My great Uncle Herbert did our family tree And discovered Or uncovered a beautiful tradition that I am a part of, and I didn't even know all of the firstborn boys and my family are named Robert. And I was not sure why. It was because the the very first ancestor, Robert died on a passage from England to the United States to to Savannah, where my father's family is from And in tribute, his younger brother named his first son, Robert, Every first born boy down to me is named Robert. That gives me Tremendous sense of responsibility about thinking about what that first Robert endured. So such that he left such an impression that his brother said I am going to name my first born son, Robert told his son that he must named his first son born son, Robert, all the way down to my father and then to me. Mercy have mercy. I can't help but think about That pain that joy all of that richness of of family. And when I write about these characters, I I listened to them. Am their witnesses. I am writing down their testimonies. And so I must pay the utmost respect. I must use the best active listening. I know how And I must Mhm. Write down whatever I hear whether it is beautiful or whether it is ugly as long as it is true. And I think in that it renders them four and rich and dimensional. Nearing the end of the profits, we come to a chapter titled Numbers. It's barely a page and a half long but extremely dance in content. Please explain what follows the opening sentence. We are the seven We are the seven sent to watch over you. What is required of you is to look up. And remember the star I'm dealing with here. In some metaphorical way stories that my maternal grandfather Alfred used to tell me when I was a kid, he was almost a lifelong member of the nation of Islam. He died when he was 96 in the year, 2013 And he used to tell me these stories about Egypt and the pyramids and how they lined up with stars and how we built those pyramids using ancient mathematics in ways that not even modern societies can understand how to recreate. And that's just me playing with those concepts of blackness as powerful blackness as engineer blackness as enduring and also paying homage to who those ancestors are The seven In particular as they relate to this novel. I don't want to reveal for the readers who these seven are, but they should figure it out by the time they get to this chapter. Yes, um That is them being playful, with sort of old black cultural symbolism. Because if it's setting in time and place this story is not is it to read yet there is something very uplifting about How the life force prevails in the profit. Would you please read the passage? Beginning his people had that in them. His people had that in them more than Paul's. To abide more. Rejoice more..

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Fighting Invisibility And Speaking Up With Bryan Pham And Maggie Chui

First of All

04:10 min | 1 year ago

Fighting Invisibility And Speaking Up With Bryan Pham And Maggie Chui

"Time line and maggie. Hello years how are you guys doing. Good at pappy have what a i didn't realize this and we're in the scheduling and what a day to be recording this car. Happy year of the ox mass. Yes but she happiness and prosperity and good health. Indeed indeed are you guys big lunar new year celebrators eight. Jim some awesome l. My god it was jealous. I usually am big on celebrating new years with my family. But i like. We haven't seen milan so long because they're just like stay back. I can't trust you. Yeah we'll my. My mom asked me if you visit me soon as like read the where else family you live. La a Arcadia my family. I have two sisters as well. So there are kinda like scattered around the bay area and then my parents are in san francisco. Got it got up in. The city makes me miss side by this is totally random. But like i've been researching hearing a lot about how everybody's leaving the bay and california in general. We're not we're an expensive place to live guys. So the rider dies user writer is for sure we also thought about you but the sooner reason we're family in california. Yeah yeah we talk about all the time it's like even if like our kids grow up in like outside california don't find their way back to either the east coast west coast for sure. I mean i. it's home. You know can't but i personally like will i'll date myself. I am year of the ox. So this is my year. I don't know if that's like a that. Means my this year's going to be more challenging or more prosperous for me I have a feeling it's it's gonna be harder. Msci but d- offspring year for you even if it will be harder it will make you stronger dough. I love it. Well it was like twenty twenty enough. Come on man. But like i've been looking at my finances in my career trajectory which i would love to. I'm so excited. Talk about all of that stuff with you and just kind of like priorities and what everything means and matters in this day and age right with the hustle. That i've been on and the things i wanna do and part of that has been like entertaining the idea of leaving california even if it's for like a year to because it is mad expensive and then like just entering that chapter of my life about really like every dollar counts and if i want to be serious about having xyz lifestyle or like literally from human like healthcare. I have to be like really spreadsheet about it. You know and as much as i love california like maybe that's gotta gotta put that for a second. We think about the same things as wall. It's like you know around where injury because we want the nicer things eggs neighborhood. It's the big houses but we still want to. Hustle will want us to really hard and the income that comes hustling on. Your own is like never really consistent. Bigger vigorous is yes. Yes this is very much. The conversation about hustling and and i honestly like. It's funny when. I look back on my old career. Trajectory which was a lot safer more stable quote unquote. There still were reasonable to just. I wasn't aware of them. Perceived them differently. I don't know that's how i'm looking back then is all like so certain quote unquote but was it really. Yeah i i think we both feel the same way to now that you know we both lost our five eight

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Path to citizenship in new Democratic immigration bill

AP News Radio

00:54 sec | 1 year ago

Path to citizenship in new Democratic immigration bill

"President Biden and congressional Democrats have proposed a major immigration overhaul but it faces a tough path in a closely divided Congress our system is broken senator Bob Menendez says it's finally time to fix it after four years of trump terror among other things the bill would offering eight year path to citizenship for the eleven million people living in the country illegally but without enhancing border security something Republicans see as vital immigration policy expert Casey Higgins says the smarter Pappy is to break the package into smaller bills starting with something sure do get bipartisan backing that could break the dam and really show people that the world isn't good and politically because we passed an immigration bill president Biden said he may accept a piecemeal approach if a separate major elements can be approved Sager mag ani Washington

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"pappy" Discussed on Des Ondes Vocast

Des Ondes Vocast

02:28 min | 2 years ago

"pappy" Discussed on Des Ondes Vocast

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Rob Williams is killing it right now

The Garden Report | Boston Celtics Post Game Show from TD Garden

04:10 min | 2 years ago

Rob Williams is killing it right now

"Second straight night. Rub williams clamoring for him to start. I didn't think that was going to happen. But with thompson out it made sense. They weren't going to go with the two big lineup. They started teague we even theorized maybe pritchett started teague again. Played a good game. Bob is gonna have to apologize for that and a little bit. Couple shocking gene goes. I mean look at this. I mean we're not talking about teague. I'm just kidding. Saw four points. He was feisty So rob william steals again insanely efficient minutes again and it's now it's literally everything i mean short of a jumper which doesn't have even though when he does take in his form looks perfectly fine when he's forced to in his free throws stroke looks actually pretty good but again the playmaking is unreal for this guy on offense and again ofo is something all of it. There's so many. He had so many almost assists tonight As well he was he just has great vision. He such an asset. And everyone's talking about you know I mean right now. There's a real conversation to be. There's two conversations be. We're going to start with one and ep. Is he the best player in the league question. No real but questioned one again. We we've always said at the beginning it's going to be a matchup specific sort of thing with these guys you depending on. Who's out there. I don't know that that's the case anymore. Tell me a situation where you don't feel like rob williams can be on the floor right now. Well anthony davis was one that bobby mentioned earlier. Well hey anthony but are we going to have those dogs burger bowl kierra. Opponents joel embiid. You'd rather not have him yet. Isolated on and you. Don't that happen. Yeah so like there's a few but you're right if you have him with the starters with the regulars on this team who can help them out on the defensive end when he needs it and of course empower on offense. It also goes back the other way. We talked about this last night. The secondary passing the diving to the rim. I would they keep talking about on the broadcast tonight. Stevens keep saying the vertical gravity up the posed. The guys back toward the rim. Because it's like the opposite loose all the new stat. Will they love it. Well the game. This is what. I thought about last year two with that team. That was so poll. Pappy if you had the sky diving off all those po ups like it just basket after basket for him easily. Because of how efficient is how high above the rim gets. It's just the one thing that still missing is that switching at the perimeter. Play getting out on shooters that can devastate you. The way game swing on threes. I still see why. Brad has that little bit of hesitancy with them their raving everything else is there and the term is role gravity. The kids love it okay. I'm old gravity. Yeah we're just bond you on the league leaders by tomo by tomorrow. But i mean basically. It's you're so you're so concerned the same way shooter will draw attention on the floor. He's going to draw it because everybody's freaking out when he's rolling because no one wants to get no one wants to get it thrown down. You have to account for it. You're not gonna you're running. That role with grant williams. There's no fear you run it with rob williamsburg like whoa and everybody's gotta worry and it. Does you can see the defense. Start to tense up. Every single time they run the high pick and roll and he starts to move. It does kind of draw a lot of attention. You saw few times tonight where it was kind of packed in because everyone's like oh they're going up and over me here in his ability to just go up and get it and just frigging ram it down you know. Nobody wants to be in that position so it does Open things up there and it does of it causes the defense to

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Mastering the Go-Around with Rob Mark

Aviation News Talk podcast

07:46 min | 2 years ago

Mastering the Go-Around with Rob Mark

"Tell people just kind of from the high level view what is go around and one. The some of the reasons that pilots might have to go arounds. Go around is a situation in which sure the aircraft is on final somewhere planning to land. You may be stabilized. You may not be when we talk about stabilized. We mean someone. That's not a thousand feet in the air half mile off the end of the runway diving to make the numbers. That's not stabilized. But that somehow the pilot realizes that this landing is not gonna turn out the way i wanted it to. I may the way it's going. I may land way further down the runway that i planned and you got to go back and do this again. And you push the power in a adjust the flaps to with a climb flaps. And you go around and you do it again. But that transition from getting the airplane setup for landing often you have full flaps landing flaps in to getting it to pitch up and climb and add the power and not bring the nose up so steeply that the plane stalls. That's quite an awful lot of work. As is the part up here with us. Transitioning your mind from. I'm gonna land to god. I'm not going to land. I've got to go around so again. Usually pilots see it early on but sometimes they don't and you know go around really needs to happen early enough so that there's not chaos in the cockpit and go around of course don't have to be initiated by the pilot. Atc might tell you to go around and for example. Sometimes when i'm landing at my home airport here in palo alto with people that i'm working with. Clients who are in the left seat will be spaced out nicely and then suddenly. Atc will put an aircraft on the runway at almost always. I clients at that point. Be prepared we might have to do a go around because often the spacing is so tight that that aircraft may not get off in time. So i think a lot of go round situations can be anticipated and certainly as you talked about stable approaches. That's really the core to a good landing. We had a see. If i'm meeting it at my flying club where they had analysed all the past incidents and they said that fully eighty percent of all those incidents could have been avoided by timely. Go around well. I think you just mentioned another really interesting point about you. Telling the person in the other seat heard that. Atc call you know that means we might be ready for go around here what you want what we as instructors want is we want the the student or the person the left seat to say You know what that sounds like. We better be prepared for a go route. You don't want them to depend on you to tell them that we want to see them. Recognize it and be prepared with a possible action somewhere along the line. We'll we'll talk a minute about some of the mechanics of doing go arounds. But i i that we might talk about stabilized approaches. And i've got something here which i've just brought up. Let's talk through this. These are the criteria that cirrus has in their flight operations manual for what constitutes a stabilized approach. And i think a lot of pilots have some vague general idea of what stabilized approaches. But they're actually a lot of different criteria to it so let. Let's talk through some of these. I think it's it's very interesting that we look and you see Six criteria for this stabilized approach and the one being airspeed. I flew with a student last year. Who was absolutely certain before he would start it. He knew how to fly because even playing with the flight sim for years. And we got on the down wind. And i said okay. Don't you start the turn to base now when you think it is it is necessary and we got opposite the numbers and he just crank this airplane around into about up forty degree bank and kind of the knows that what okay. This is going to be interesting. When of course we ended up really high and really fast and i had to tell him to go around and later on. We'll be debriefed. I said what was that about. He said. I don't know that always worked in flights him. I could always make it work and flights out and is too young but let's get in the right mindset. This is not flight sim. And and of course the reason the proper airspeed is so important is because you're landing criteria. Well i'll have this thing down and stopped in about twelve hundred feet. Or whatever is based on crossing the end of the runway at the proper airspeed. If you're ten knots high depending on the airplane you can extend that landing distance quite a bit in pilots might say sorry. Our port has a five thousand foot runway but you may not always operate from five thousand foot runway. And what happens when you're not on a five thousand foot runway on a day when it's starting to drizzle and the runways a little wet and you touchdown long past way past where you think you should and you try to get on the brakes to stop and the airplane might give you a little surprise on the ground so proper speed is absolutely a good place to begin and i usually tell fox. Try and keep it within a few knots. I mean i'd like to see them at the target reference speed. You know plus or minus a couple of knots and that's really important because our airfield is very short. And if you're in nuts fast you better be going around especially if your landing in the high-performance aircraft like the cirrus. Let's see a couple others here so correct flightpath. So essentially we've got gotta be a lined up on the center of the the runway and we've got to be essentially on the glide slope or the glide path so if it's an instrument approach where on the glide slope if were flying visually then were on the vase e or the pappy or whatever visual guidance we have but what. Tell us about some of the others here. Well i think being on the glide path is is a good one because so many airports the as have an old vase ozzy or a pappy or light or something which is a series of red and white lights to give you a visual. Clo- that you're on target to touchdown in the touchdown zone and if if you find that you're turning final close in and you're seeing nothing but white lights you're in trouble and then because your way high and if you happen to also be fast trust me you are not going to get down in the touchdown zone and as we talked about earlier you may land way past the touchdown point. You think so. The goal of all this is to get you to look and see a consistent place we want to see. The pilot have a consistent view of the runway so that every landing looks pretty much the same when they have the same airspeed and the same flap setting. And we know that they're confident that they're gonna touchdown in the first. Say the first third of the runway. Because if they're not and they're looking at that going anytime something in your brain says. I think this is gonna work. We'll probably be okay when your brain starts spitting out words like that even if it's not verbally it's time to go around and do it again. You don't get points off for reform messing it up the first couple of times. The real secret is to realize it's not right and we'll go back and fix it.

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Noah Cyrus Apologizes for Using Racially Offensive Term While Defending Harry Styles Against Candace Owens

The Breakfast Club

04:10 min | 2 years ago

Noah Cyrus Apologizes for Using Racially Offensive Term While Defending Harry Styles Against Candace Owens

"Thousand volt would address on it conservative. Firebrand candace owens who is black contrary to popular belief. She's black that made her tweet out. There is no society that can survive without strong in the east knows this in the west steady feminization of our men at the same time. That marxism is being taught. Our children is not a coincidence. It is an outright attack. Bring back manly men. Of course that made social media go crazy because not too. Many people starve to catch fish. Like candace owens okay. She really owns your soul. Because you all can't help but respond to her. Have you heard the saying he who angles you control you. Well turn that into a she and esau candidates she who angers you control you and she absolutely controls you all because she makes you also angry that you have to say something to her. She can get a rise out of any and everybody. It is truly a gif okay. She proved that yet again. Because harry styles responded to her posting pick of himself in a powder blue suit eaten a banana with the caption bring back manly men and is replied when people try to tell me. I don't have influence then. Harry styles dedicates an entire post in my tweet. She's right and that leads to noah cyrus on her i g story. Wednesday noah shared a photo of harry's thousand address with the caption. He wears this dress better than any of you. Nappy assholes now. I'm not the highest grade in dispensary okay. I'll tell you. I tell you this all the time but i thought it was universally known in acknowledged that a white person calling a black person. Nappi was a no go okay. The last time. I heard a white person put nappy in holes in the same sentence publicly with don imus referred to the mostly black rutgers university email basketball team backing like oh six. Oh seven As nappy head. Nappy headed and he got his ass. Handed him over that. Okay recipes. Don imus i think he's dead. I know is only twenty. But i find it hard to believe. She didn't know what she was saying. Okay she apologized and said. I am mortified that i use the term without knowing the context and history but i know now am horrified and truly sorry i would never use it again. Thank you for educating educating me. I in no way meant to offend anyone. I am sorry. Now here's the thing we all say things we regret. We all go too far at times. Trust me i notice is charlemagne to god talking. Okay leonard you know. I've said some wild insensitive inappropriate stuff in my day. Yes when you heard someone and i wasn't giant tension. You apologize if you didn't know that what you were saying was offensive and insensitive. You apologize but the question. I have for young. No aspires is if he didn't mean for it to be offensive. In what did you intend for it to. Okay it's hard for me to believe that you didn't know the context in history of that word. Clearly you knew it was an insult. Nappy assholes is very specific so specific that. I can't even remember the last time i used it. Nappy is not in my vocabulary. Okay maybe because i'm ball headed i don't know but i don't use that word last time. I use it out. Probably quoting stretched from naughty by nature. When i was watching them the uptown anthem video in the god said the naughty nappy. Nasty nasty trashy whole happy pappy. That's happy to be nappy happy. Belated by the way to try to turn fifty tomorrow. The story is nappy as unique. Were okay when you pull it out without. Asked the us against the black towards him in that way is kinda hard to say. You didn't know what the hell you was talking about. But i digress. Not judging you not trying to beat up on you just trying to keep you and other white folks for making this mistake see. You can't say racially insensitive things. The black folks even if said black person is someone. A particular group of black people doesn't like and black people. You may not like candace owens but she still black whether you think she realizes it so. Don't let this fly just because you don't like candace. Owens is not okay for a white person to be referring to a black woman as one nappy into a ho. please give noah styles. The biggest yaw

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India's new paper COVID-19 test could be a ‘game changer’

Latest In Tech News

04:06 min | 2 years ago

India's new paper COVID-19 test could be a ‘game changer’

"India's new paper covid nineteen tests could be a game changer now. I'm one for tech. News and if there's something new and interesting I, love highlighting it. This is one of those times. A team of scientists in India has developed an inexpensive paper based test for corona virus that could give fast results similar to a pregnancy test. Just wait the BBC's sue took Biswas and crew pappy unpack how it works the test named after famous Indian fictional detective is based on gene editing technology called crisper scientists estimate that ticket called SALUDA would return results in under an hour in cost five, hundred rupees that translates to about six dollars and seventy five cents us. Flu will be made by a leading Indian conglomerate. Totta and could be the world's first paper-based covid nineteen tests available in the market. Interesting According to the professor, it's a simple. Zeiss. Reliable scalable and Frugal test researchers at two delhi-based CSI are Institute of Dynamics and integrative biology where food was developed as well as private labs try to test on samples from about two thousand patients including ones who had already tested positive for the coronavirus. They found that the new test at ninety six percent sensitivity in ninety eight percent specificity. The accuracy of test is based on needs to proportions attest that's highly sensitive will detect almost everyone who has the disease and attest that has a high specificity will. Correctly rule out everyone who doesn't have the disease The first test ensures not too many false negative results in a second test not too many false positives. India's drug regulator has cleared the test for commercial use with more than six million confirmed infections. India has the world's second highest COVID. Nineteen Caseload more than hundred thousand people in the country have died of the disease so far in India after Seoul start, India's now testing a million samples day in more than twelve hundred laboratories across the country, and it is using those two tests was. Is that? The first time tested gold standard. Pr, slob tests, which uses chemicals to amplify the viruses material laboratory. The second is a speedy Antigen Test Antigen one of those to which works by detecting virus fragrance in sample keep in mind the PTR test is generally reliable and cost up to twenty four hundred rupees has little false, positive and low false negative rates. The Antigen tests are cheaper. They are more precise in detecting positive infections, but generate more false negatives than PCR test. Scaling of testing in India hasn't been easy availability at Long wait times and unavailability of kits and are currently doing a lot of rapid antigen testing which have problems with false positives. Now, this is where it gets interesting Dr Bond. Researcher in Global Health and Health Policy says that Florida could potentially replace the antigen tests because it could be comparatively cheaper and more accurate. So. It's interesting still has to go through some other tests. Articles on to explain a couple of things further, but it's it's. Quite impressive, quite impressive technology like cove nineteen test kits. It's as simple as a pregnancy test. Could. Like that just blows your mind like this only made headline news in hit the world in the beginning of this year or in October of twenty twenty. And this kind of test has already come out and and it's going to be heading out to commercial testing very soon. This is this is impressive and a cost. It's a lot more reasonable I mean.

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Alone, Together

Israel Story

04:39 min | 2 years ago

Alone, Together

"I was born burst shave I grew up in Beersheva that's God defeats new today. God. These a fifty years old but forty years ago when Gandhi was just ten UA sent out on an errand that basically landed him where he is today. Major said to buy milk. Find the puppy and just take the puppy, bring it to my mother and she said, no, no. No, he's not going to stay here. Sorry and she took me together with the pappy today shelter. Bersheva the SPCA or southbound clean is the society for the prevention of Cruelty to animals. They mainly give shelter to abandoned an injured cats and dogs and try to find homes for them. They also have a lot of educational activities and raise awareness for the wellbeing of animals. The Israeli chapter was actually founded long before the state. In, one, thousand, nine, hundred, twenty, seven during the British mandate. With route anyway God the mother stepped into the local bill chef branch in God couldn't believe his eyes. Remember was shopping so so many dogs barking and barking and I was so sad like I understood it's a good place for them. was begging begging to be they want to say come in and play with them and talk to them, and maybe hug them. So dennehy I realized that I. Need to come almost every day, and then I start to come almost every day after school instead of school. Saturdays and holidays. That was my oldest childhood. Gaddi became extremely committed volunteer leaving the shelter working with the dogs around. Selling cookies and lemonade to make. Sense for the dogs and cats everything everything. Really, see my heart I don't know something that I always say Kenneth See animals suffering and they need help and not to do anything and did you convince your mother to Let You keep the dog I try to but didn't success but after. A she they agreed that the we have a dog, we adopted a dog. A in Bursch Chevron and we have a dog but. The first one that you said, no, it's changed my life. I think. I think she today's vca. You knows maybe take me there got the ultimately left bill ship and moved to Tel Aviv. But one thing hasn't changed from then I did leave the. For the last twenty years he served as the organization's spokesperson and let's just say he's been pretty busy since the pandemic struck into Gerona time. It's starting very bad. A lot of people start to abandon. The animals was scared at what what's going to be now going to have so many animals that people want to throw away people are scared if they can bring this to them, you know the Koran they the Koran out they I don't know just Keb ages not contagious people. Emphatically, it'll be the number of abandoned animals spiked and amid all the uncertainty and chaos of those early days. Got The and his colleagues tried to reassure the public retell. The people don't be afraid it's not contagious from. To human beings and for you. Don't be afraid. And then something happened suddenly spca shelters around the country were packed but not with abandoned animals instead, they were packed with people. Seeking to adopt a quarantine companion, you know people want to adopt dogs and cats in the time I think the virus Gerona did something great for the abandoned animals almost all day shelters in Israel are M. T. now adoption adoption adoption option option adoption, everyday adoption, lot corruption I. Never See before never never never seen before unbelievable it's something that. I don't know what to say thanks Kona while it's very good for those indicates that they don't want the corner state for sure I. Don't want say they want the dogs cats find good place

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Why do we like certain foods?

But Why: A Podcast for Curious Kids

09:14 min | 3 years ago

Why do we like certain foods?

"We we know you come from all over the world so you have lots of different kinds of experiences and lots of different kinds of questions. One thing that's universally true is is that you all eat but you don't like the same things do you and that got one of our listeners. Pretty curious so today. We're going to listen back to an episode all about food. MARLINS ALEX I like to cook food to eat it. I'm eleven years old in Columbus Columbus Ohio and I was wondering why we like to eat certain foods for example. Why do some some people like to eat spicier food? Some people not like to eat their vegetables in that stuff. We love this question Alex. A few months ago we actually had a live event here in Vermont and we asked other kids about what kinds of food they love and hate Mac and cheese. Yeah it's really cheesy and cake because I have it every time on my mistake seaweed and salted dried. Well I like trying new foods of Grand Canyon hotdog uh-huh Alec Foods but I like dumplings. There were good taste and I like the texture. Macaroni at school could so cheesy. My Favorite I. I me and I like bitching soon. My favorite food peach because nerve. 'CAUSE 'cause there's tweet probably fix sticks or Kim surrogates. I like lots of foods but one of my favorite foods is hot. Docs because hot dogs are delicious. mm-hmm and the Bun and the Ketchup. Give them a very good taste of flavor. I like you cut down I think so. Why do some kids like hotdogs and others? Don't we got in touch with this guy to find out. Yeah I'm Chris Kimball and I'm the guy who likes to to make sure recipes work when you get into the kitchen at home. Chris Kimball is a chef writer and TV personality. He had a magazine called Cook's illustrated and and he had a TV. Show called America's test kitchen where they tried out different recipes to make sure they were as good as possible now. He runs a company in Boston. Called Milk Street Great. It's a magazine cooking school and TV and radio production company. Let's re familiarize ourselves with Alex's question while we like take eat certain foods for example. Why do some people like to eat spicy food? Some people not like to eat convection boys. That stuff studies have suggested that wild you know you are still inside your mother which your mother eats. It does have an effect on what you're GonNa like when you get a little older mother who loves carrots for example sometimes kids grow up to like carrot so they like bitter things a sweet things that affect your taste. I do think children in general like very high energy foods which means obviously sugary foods. Food sweet foods in over time I think as you get older your taste buds your palate. The way you react to foods changes in people tend to have slightly duller tastes and therefore want bigger flavors. They tend to like spicy foods by the way most of what you think of taste as nothing to do with a Palette of the tongue. That's just sweet sour bitter something called you. Mommy which means meaty may be a couple others others but almost everything you perceive as being a specific taste is through the nose or backup through the throat from the mouth up into the nasal cavity and the sensors there are going to pick up the thousand different kinds of sweet so your palate will determine sweet in different levels of sweet sweet but it's really It's the air. That's the odors that identify strawberry for example peppermint So you're smelling it rather than just tasting it with your tongue and your taste. Buds flavor is mostly about smell. And very little about taste taste the sensors on your tongue can determine different levels of the basic thing sweet sour salty bitter and media your mommy but when you get within any of those categories To all the infinite Senate variety. That's really the smell so for somebody who really doesn't like to eat any vegetables and their parents are telling them. Every the week you have to eat your vegetables you have to eat your Broccoli. This tastes good and the kid is saying. I don't like Broccoli. How do you develop a taste for things? Is that at first. You don't necessarily like well. Why should you? I mean you don't like Broccoli Doni Broccoli. I think it's A. It's very strange in this country that we seem to like to force kids to eat things they don't Wanna eat. Certainly kids should have good diets. But if kids don't like Broccoli why try try to make me Broccoli. Go find something they do like that is healthy if they want. It need an apple an apple but I don't believe in forcing foods on people that makes no sense to me. Our audience is GonNa think you're the best that's ever been on the podcast. Now you've just given all of our kids in excuse to say mom Kris Kimball enough to eat my Broccoli. When I was growing up my mother maybe eat OKRA? Tell you I still hate Okra. You have not developed a liking of Okra. Well if it's crispy pickled but otherwise now slimy Dan goofy doesn't work for you. What about spicy food? Some cultures have a lot of spicy food. So you're just going to be exposed to spicy food. And most people sort of adapt to whatever the the regional and cultural flavors are in their lives but spicy food is one area where you can gain and lose spice tolerance. Well well there are. Some people are more sensitive to spice like I am than other. That's true you can put a blue dye on the Tung. To measure the number of pappy. I or taste buds on your tongue. The more you have the more sensitive you'll probably be. That's true in in a lot of lot of research now suggests the taste preferences. Some of them are genetic for example I can detect bitterness us very quickly in food. And that's because I have some genetic markers which allow me to do that. But some large part of the population thirty percent center more. Don't have those markers so some of it is is just physiological Not just a matter of of experience and some of it is experience experience. I mean I. Is there a sense that when you try things over and over again you might change your if you grow up in a culture. That's using spicy foods. You'll be used to eating spicy food. Sure I yeah I think I think there's no question about that. You may not experience the spicy foods. Exactly the same. Wiz your neighbor but that'll be part of your diet certainly for me when I was a kid. My mom and my Stepdad used to have what they thought was their delicacy in the eighties was liver wrapped in Bacon. And I thought that was about the most disgusting thing you could possibly eat and now live wrapped in Bacon actually sounds pretty darn tasty and and that liver texture. That was so disgusting to me. As a ten-year-old seems pretty appealing now and that flavor is really wonderful. Do you know what changed. Is it just that you know. I'm I'm an adult and I've made made my brain decide that that's a good flavor. Well it's a good point. The most of of flavor is really about what the brain does with the input sensory input so part of it is getting the input but the big part in the in the frontal lobe is is where you have have emotions and memories and other things is where the brain processes this information and so your reaction to it and your ability to perceive it is based on experience. It's so you may have lots of positive memories or experiences or emotions relating to that food now where twenty years ago you didn't and that's all part and parcel of how the brain perceives flavor. So what goes on in the brain and how the brain takes those inputs imports and puts them together. People don't really understand yet. So the it's it's really brain function the controls the perception of of flavor. More than anything else. So maybe if you just told yourself every day that you really like Broccoli you could eventually convinced your tongue that your brain says you like it there risk my. It's called mind over matter. I'm not sure that works but you could certainly try it.

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Hartford officer stabbed in neck, critically injured by woman being evicted

America's Truckin' Network

01:33 min | 4 years ago

Hartford officer stabbed in neck, critically injured by woman being evicted

"Thousand sixteen the deadliest year for police officers in at least five years now while there were fewer deaths in two thousand seventeen the numbers weren't much better a total of one hundred twenty nine last year forty six of those were by gunfire so again we're thirty six at this point in time the story is out of hartford connecticut yeah pappy shared with us hartford police officer was stabbed in the neck thursday morning responding to a disturbance about ten am in an apartment complex in on hartford after the officer arrived she was stabbed in the neck witnesses told the correct they saw the officer getting stabbed only identified as a female condition well at that point they did update than the officer is listed in critical condition with again life threatening injuries and if she survives the injuries the injuries are life altering they say so whatever that means it's never going to be the same either way suspect has been taken into custody our thoughts and prayers with the wounded officer hartford connecticut all right twenty two past the hour our number's eight eight eight eight six zero eighty seven eighty five back after this on atm the report america's trucking network.

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