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03:25 min | 3 months ago

"pepperidge farm milano" Discussed on Committed

"Subaru loves to help is just one part of the Subaru. Love Promise. And it's one more reason that Subaru is more than just a car company. Sometimes these days alongs and Yoga class just isn't in the cards. But maybe a cookie is pepperidge. Farm Milano believes. You should make some time for yourself once in a while my idea of me. Time is a little bit different since I had the second baby instead of a yoga class. I may be doing yoga. Pose just one downward dog at a time when I do have time for I can eat a cookie a whole cookie and eating that cookie feels like the best little piece of me time. There is these days Milano. Cookies are the perfect. Treat to savor during me time. They have just the right amount of cookie and luxuriously rich chocolate. They're the type of treat that you don't WanNa share not even with your kids or your husband so remember save something for yourself with Pepperidge Farm Milano. How's everybody feeling started asking that instead of asking? How are you doing just feels a little more honest? I'm feeling okay. Sometimes I feel really bad and anxious and terrible and other times I feel fine changes constantly but like a lot of you. I'm hungry for things to listen to bring me a little bit of hope. That's why we decided to drop some old episodes on your feet way back in season one. We interviewed the bestselling novelist. Ms Robin her husband. Mike we talked to them about following their dream and launching an independent bookstore called boxer magic. It's just a nice listen right now as a reminder that we can and will create beautiful things out of our dreams again soon. Emma's new book. All adults here was just released into the world last week. And it's also a great reed really a perfect story for quarantine about the real messy neces- family life something. I think we can all relate to right now. So here's how men Mike's original episode in case you missed it or want to listen to the shop around the corner. Bet Me she was going to break out with me in three months. I think I said six. I'll take that bet and here. We are sixteen years here. They are Emma and Mike. Sixteen years two kids and a bookstore later. Yeah a bookstore. That's what this story is about. Every couple I know has their career escape fantasy. I have friends who daydream about buying a goat farm. Even though they've never touched a goat seriously I think maybe they've eaten goat's cheese. Once and goat farms look pretty on instagram. But the selling novelist Emma Straub and her husband. Mike they're the one couple. I know who actually did it. Who had this couple's career fantasy and they made it happen with no experience at all. They opened one of the most successful bookstores. In New York City. The way they describe it opening a bookstore was having third baby. It's changed who they are as individuals and completely redefined their marriage and they love it. They really really love it. I'm pizza. This is committed.

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"pepperidge farm milano" Discussed on Stuff You Missed in History Class

Stuff You Missed in History Class

01:34 min | 4 months ago

"pepperidge farm milano" Discussed on Stuff You Missed in History Class

"This episode is brought to you by Milano cookies. Look sometimes that long Zen Yoga classes. Just NOT IN THE CARDS. So maybe a cookie is pepperidge. Farm Milano believes..

"pepperidge farm milano" Discussed on Stuff You Missed in History Class

Stuff You Missed in History Class

01:41 min | 4 months ago

"pepperidge farm milano" Discussed on Stuff You Missed in History Class

"This episode is brought to you by Milano cookies. Look sometimes that long Zen Yoga classes. Just NOT IN THE CARDS. So maybe a cookie is pepperidge. Farm Milano believes..

"pepperidge farm milano" Discussed on Stuff You Missed in History Class

Stuff You Missed in History Class

01:30 min | 4 months ago

"pepperidge farm milano" Discussed on Stuff You Missed in History Class

"This episode is brought to you by Milano cookies. Look sometimes that long Zen Yoga classes. Just NOT IN THE CARDS. So maybe a cookie is pepperidge. Farm Milano believes..

"pepperidge farm milano" Discussed on Stuff You Missed in History Class

Stuff You Missed in History Class

10:57 min | 4 months ago

"pepperidge farm milano" Discussed on Stuff You Missed in History Class

"This episode is brought to you by Milano cookies. Look sometimes that long Zen Yoga classes. Just NOT IN THE CARDS. So maybe a cookie is pepperidge. Farm Milano believes. You should make some time for yourself once in a while. I know I have a particular space in my sewing room that I like to. Just take a few minutes. Every day I sit there I think about things. It's kind of like meditation and Munching at the same time. You can get that Yemi beautiful. Cookie flavor makes it luxurious and delightful and I always feel recharged Milano. Cookies are truly a treat worthy of your meantime. They are delicate and crispy with luxuriously rich chocolate in the middle. You really want to keep these just for you so remember to save something for yourself with Pepperidge Farm Milano Now more than ever teams must come together and work together to solve big challenges and Trello is here to help trello part of Atlassian collaborative sweet is an APP with an easy to understand visual format plus tons of features that make working with your team functional and fun with Trello. You can work with your team wherever you are whether it's at home or in an office keep your workflow going from wherever you are with. Trello Trello for free and learn more at TRELLO DOT com. That's T. R. E. L. L. O. DOT COM. Welcome to stuff. You missed in history class. A production of iheartradio. Hello and welcome to casual Friday. I'm Ali FRY. I'm Tracy will thin. You heard a say on this week's episode but we're all recorded from home so casual. Friday really feels more casual extra casual. I mean I am. I told holly the story earlier. I I have a whole routine because I've been working from home for a really long time and like I have a whole routine of things that I need to do to make sure that I stay productive in this environment where I am by myself and yesterday when we were testing are all remote setup number one. We were all at home all You know isolating ourselves and practicing our social distance thing. It was also my first day back in the office from a vacation which was an adventure and I was like. I'm not even disguising the fact that I have obvious. Bedhead in this video is this is how it is today. Well for what it's worth. I'm sitting here in pork pajamas. Everybody's casual sometimes These are strange times. We live in and we kind of Ended up doing shows this week. That kind of fit in. With the strange times we're living in I specifically chose mine because of it as I mentioned at the top of that show just about Max von Penton Cofer and his work As an anti contagious thinking that people could not just transmit disease from one another or through like a water source or whatnot. He thought a whole lot of other stuff had to happen. That is a fascinating in strange and sort of marvelous story because he still led to a lot of Really important developments in public health and hygiene really got Tracy Was that he drank bullion that he had mixed color into the micro that causes cholera. I should say Which is funny because for some reason that didn't gross me out so much bigger out a lot. I think it's really foolish and one of the things that I wanted to mention in this in this chat that I didn't talk about in the episode because it's largely hearsay in supposition is that there are people biographers or even scientists that have studied his work. That actually think that was something of a death. Wish situation Because he had lost his way just a couple of years before that he was kind of falling into a dark place in terms of his psyche. that he kind of expected that he might die because at that point remember Hoke had kind of proven the connection between this microbe and colour so It is and ultimately because he did take his own life like he clearly was in a space where those kinds of thoughts were happening. But I just don't we don't know for sure yeah it. It's such a risky behavior. I think the reason that it cursed me out as much as it did Was that he is not the only person to have done a similar kind of experiment. Like one of the ways that people tried to connect H Pylori with having ulcers was consuming it and some of those self experiments have been way grocer. And it's like my head just sort of became this tangle of experiments while I was eating and I was like this is not pleasant. Yeah your brain went down the chain of it real did Yeah but then of course we also so much to him in terms of just like how cities are built particularly European cities. A lot of them that that had significant overhauls in infrastructure or like the development of a really serious infrastructure in reaction to cholera outbreak A lot of the work that they did was based on recommendations that he made about how to build a cleaner more sanitary city which is pretty fantastic interesting. And it's so weird because I guess it's not really where he was on the wrong track in some ways but at the same time a lot of the things that he was saying had to be present in order for the disease to be transmitted like those are still things that are really important to have. It's still really important to have clean water and good sanitation and like all of that so even though those were not required factors for a person to be sick. They're still really important. Yeah yeah he was not like because if your water is dirty it could be carrying microbes. He was just like Oh. If you're healthy you're never going to get them anyway And if your city is healthy it's never going to promote the fermentation of of these diseases. So I will say this in talking and we'll transition to your episode That you researched this week with it when you read the listener mail about the urine tasting. I think I would rather drink cola. But that's just me everybody's got their own weights and measures on these matters. Yeah Yeah so So the episode on the development of the poison control system in the. Us is not something that was planned in any kind of conjunction with the currents public health and pandemics situation that we are in It was completely finished and emailed to holly before I went on vacation. At which point the situation here in the US was dramatically different So it was just a total coincidence number one that we wound up with kind of a public health medical history week. And the number to you that it is coming out in at this point when it is I didn't realize until getting into the research that they're being a one centralized number for people to call is a pretty new thing young as I was born in nineteen seventy five and I know for certain that my mother had to call poison control on me at least twice and In my head that was the same number that anyone could call I think because like I think the way I got this in my head was that we lived as I've said before in a pretty rural area. We were not served by nine one one so when you saw these like public service announcements about calling nine one one emergency there was no nine one one where we were but the poison control number that we were served by was the same as it was for people in the city who did have nine one coverage which is the whole weird thing like a weird conclusion that my brain drew from that whole experience. Yeah I when I read your outline. Initially the story about how Chewable children's aspirin was a real problem resonated very personally because someone me may have eaten a whole bottles where the kids knew. Well here's what happened so I think I had like A. I don't know a headache or a fever. Something and I have siblings. That are A pretty fair margin older than me and so one of my siblings had opened the bottle to give me the appropriate dose. And when they did the bottle I think the Bible cracked or something happened where they couldn't close it again and so they dumped the pills into a little dish that was on the kitchen counter thinking. I will put these somewhere safe later. And then they got left on the kitchen counter and I was like these are delicious. But that was after the shift had been made where The the amount that were sold in anyone bottle was small enough right that a healthy and robust childlike myself was fine. Yeah I just had no aches and pains. I probably felt bulletproof. It could have run through the neighborhood. Like crashing into things. It'd be like I'm fine. I kept going. Yeah I I. I don't recall personally any of the Times that my mom had to call poison control. So it's like I've I heard them told you me by my mom and one was. I had found a fingernail Polish and painted my face with it nice and she wasn't sure if any of it had gotten into my mouth I ate Easter grass out of my Easter basket. Well now they make grass just for children and that that was not that was nontoxic and then I think I don't think she called poison control this time. I think she called the pediatrician. When I was still very young and do not really understand the difference between real and make believe I told her. I had swallowed a pin off the ironing board. She called my pediatrician and not poison control. So anyway. So you were Alirza. Child is what you're generally. I did become a liar a little later when I did know what. The difference between truth and falsehood was. This was more like I. I didn't quite get the grasp between things I imagined and things that were real quite yet i. I had some other things at some other point that I wanted to poison control that I forgot..

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"pepperidge farm milano" Discussed on Stuff You Missed in History Class

Stuff You Missed in History Class

03:28 min | 5 months ago

"pepperidge farm milano" Discussed on Stuff You Missed in History Class

"Like one of my classmates, when into a diabetic coma and you know it was, she was a neighbor, and it was very touching go and we didn't know if she was going to be okay. And I remember like that was my first exposure to diabetes. Trying to have this explained by my dad, he was trying to be very scientific, but like was giving me way more than I was intellectually ready for. Like. What do you mean sugar can kill you? Wait and I became a little scared of cupcakes for a minute for a minute. And it it was one of those things and now when I look back. I think like today that whole situation would have been. Completely different. I mean that can can definitely still happen and it's still a terrifying experience. Yeah, the the available course of action exactly improved exactly. So. Yeah, still still room for more. But improved. Yeah, like so many things that we talked about on the show. This is an ongoing development right maybe next year. There will be a magical thing in this episode will be outdated I I would yeah. If, it makes it I, mean given that we often have that problem where we talk about a thing, and immediately it becomes slightly outdated. Someone discovers the next, scientific or technological. Uncovers another historical facts that changes the context of everything so baby were initiating it and catalyzing it by putting it in. That will be cool. so yeah, thanks everybody for tune in on this cattle Friday. If you WANNA send us email about any anything where it history podcast, iheartradio dot com. Aunt. Subscribed our show. If you haven't on apple podcasts, iheartradio apper anywhere. You like to listen to podcasts. Stuff you missed in history classes, the production of iheartradio for more podcasts, iheartradio visit the iheartradio APP apple podcasts or wherever you listen to your favorite shows. This episode has been brought to you by the completely redesigned twenty twenty four explorer. You may want to explore the world around you, and this is agreed vehicle to do it in. There's a unexplored territory to be found everywhere even in your hometown, and sometimes that just means handling the day to day tasks that you always have to do, but now you can do it with absolute certainty. You won't feel like you're held back in any way by the vehicle. You're driving. You can navigate complicated interstates. You could make successful grocery store trips. You got the cargo space to handle almost anything you need the all new two thousand twenty four explorer, the greatest exploration vehicle of all time. This episode is brought to you by Milano cookies look sometimes that long Zen Yoga classes just not in the cards, so maybe a cookie is pepperidge farm Milano believes. You should make some time for yourself once in a while I know. I have a particular space in my sewing room that I like to just take a few minutes every day I. Sit there I think about things it's. It's kind of like meditation and Munching at the same time you can get that yummy beautiful cookies lever makes it luxurious and delightful, and I always feel recharged. Milano cookies are truly a treat worthy of your meantime they're delicate and Krispy with luxury, ously rich chocolate in the middle. You really want to keep these just for you, so remember to save something for yourself with pepperidge. Farm Milano..

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"pepperidge farm milano" Discussed on Stuff You Missed in History Class

Stuff You Missed in History Class

10:50 min | 5 months ago

"pepperidge farm milano" Discussed on Stuff You Missed in History Class

"Hello and happy Friday. I'm Tracy Wilson and I'm holly fry this week. We spent both are episodes. Talking about history of diabetes and insulin and I think off Mike Not While recording you mentioned there being various diabetes and your extended family mine too And then also When I was a kid growing up in the eighties and nineties one of my long term schoolfriends had type one diabetes. Which was definitely. I mean. It's still definitely a challenge to manage diabetes a lifelong ongoing thing but what she was having to do in the eighties. Nineties is very different. From what my friends that I have kept up with now like now. I Know Folks. Who have insulin pumps that are delivering the insulin? They need without this whole like get the thing out of the refrigerator and inject yourself pray that she was having a child. There are definitely people that are still injecting themselves with syringes and insulin. That has to be refrigerated once once you get on a management strategy. That's working for you. Folks tend to be very reluctant to change. That strategy can be a really big deal. Yeah I mean you're messing with your body chemistry in a way that is potentially fatal at that point if you start tweaking things without some pretty careful management. I think I probably actually at this point in my life. No more about diabetes in cats than humans None of mind thus far and I knock wood because I am superstitious. Even though I know that silly Have had it but I have had a lot of friends who have had cats with it and because our friend group tends to trade around cat care and some of my friends who will squeamish about needles. There have certainly been times. Yeah when I have been the one to be like I will administer this. Yeah Yeah it's an interesting thing it's fascinating to me because I personally tend to be the other way. I have low blood sugar naturally and I'm more endanger of like not having enough protein to keep me going as far less scary and easier to manage through diet although my understanding is that you know that's one of those things that your body can kind of switch gears and and Turn it into a much more scary diabetics as you get older. Knock on wood eating all the protein. Yes we didn't really talk about this part. We talked a lot about the pancreas in the podcast. Talk about how in most people the way that type. One diabetes develops is that the immune system attacks. The islet cells in the pancreas for some reason. So as doctors are trying to find ways to treat diabetes itself rather than using insulin as a a management strategy for diabetes. Like one of the things is trying to keep the body from doing that in the first place but as is the case with so many Autoimmune issues the thing that causes the body to do that can be a whole range of different Different things yeah. I'm curious I know we had to stop at one point because I had my ridiculously emotional reaction to discussion of dogs Yes for anyone that knows that I am not a vegetarian. I understand. That is complex. Doesn't always make sense to everyone. it's interesting to me. How emotionally fraught. Some of these stories can be an. I'm into the dog thing. But really what like hurt? My heart was reading about the ways that they were limiting the nutrition of children to treat. This was their other stuff that you found that maybe didn't make it in. That was similarly along main that you're really not this. Some of the things that I read went into more detail about the dog research and especially older like more detail of those earlier studies that people were doing on dogs before banting and best or doing anything and like some of that is just horrifying to read the details of I like I at a couple of different points in my life have been vegetarian for animal rights reasons and like I out of taking anatomy and physiology in high school. Because I didn't WANNA have to dissect animals uh-huh so a lot of that stuff is really difficult for me like I do. I do eat meat now but most of my meals are not do not include meat and like I'm also the person that's buying. The humanely raised eggs and all of that. Oh Yeah So reading about that was all really hard but at the same time like there are so many people in my life who need insulin to live and they would not be here if people had not done that work. Which makes it complicated rights. I mean that's really the thing I like. This is always my take away. Something I always try to convey to people when talking about history is that none of it is clean. None of it is like a black and white. They did everything correctly. And we feel good about this because most advancements that have led to the the creature comforts we enjoy today or the lifesaving things that we need today and and have access to an I use that in the very very slushy nature because I know not everyone has ready access to it But in terms of just having been developed does come from some things that are uncomfortable and morally difficult in many cases. So kind of the the dance you have to do when you're looking at some of this historical The historical record in terms particularly with scientific development. And it's kind of hard to square. I think we I know I would rather certainly that things be black and white and simple. But the they're not and kind of finding your way through that that middle range in the ambiguity of not being able to say something was like all done perfectly bright without any tainting to the moral dilemma is That's trick you can't do it. Yeah Yeah history. Why why must you be cloudy? I have questions so many times where he on the show So yeah I'm also glad that there's you know there have been so many developments in insulin and how it's made and how it works and how it acts in the body and insulin analogs and all that stuff like just like I said earlier when I have been in the same room with somebody. He was taking their insulin. Nineteen eighty-seven versus now like it's just a more comfortable process. Yeah say now that in nineteen eighty seven so even in our lifetimes there have been these changes. Oh Yeah I mean when I was a kid I was probably six. I think I was in first grade like one of my classmates when into a diabetic coma. And you know it was. She was a neighbor and it was very touching go and we didn't know if she was going to be okay. And I remember like that was my first exposure to diabetes and like trying to have this explained by my Dad. He was trying to be very scientific. But like was giving me way more than I was intellectually. Ready for what do you mean sugar can kill you? Wait and I became a little scared of cupcakes for a minute for a minute and it it was one of those things and now when I look back I think like today that whole situation would have been completely different. I mean that can can definitely still happen and it's still a terrifying experience. Yeah the the available course of action exactly improved exactly so. Yeah Still. Still Room for more but improved. Yeah like so many things that we talked about on the show. This is an ongoing development. Right maybe next year there will be a magical thing in this episode will be outdated. I I would. Yeah if it makes it. I mean given that we often have that problem where we talk about a thing and immediately it becomes slightly outdated because someone discovers the next scientific or technological uncovers another historical facts that changes the context of everything so baby were initiating it and catalyzing it by putting it in that will be cool So yeah thanks everybody tune in on this candle Friday if you WANNA send us email about any anything where it history podcast. Iheartradio DOT COM aunt subscribed our show. If you haven't on apple podcasts. Iheartradio apper anywhere. You like to listen to podcasts. Stuff you missed in history. Classes the production of iheartradio for more podcasts iheartradio. Visit the iheartradio APP apple podcasts. Or wherever you listen to your favorite shows this episode has been brought to you by the completely redesigned twenty twenty four explorer. You may want to explore the world around you and this is agreed vehicle to do it in. There's a unexplored territory to be found everywhere even in your hometown and sometimes that just means handling the day to day tasks that you always have to do but now you can do it with absolute certainty. You won't feel like you're held back in any way by the vehicle you're driving. You can navigate complicated interstates. You could make successful grocery store trips. You got the cargo space to handle almost anything you need the all new two thousand twenty four explorer the greatest exploration vehicle of all time. This episode is brought to you by Milano cookies. Look sometimes that long Zen Yoga classes. Just NOT IN THE CARDS. So maybe a cookie is pepperidge. Farm Milano believes. You should make some time for yourself once in a while. I know I have a particular space in my sewing room that I like to. Just take a few minutes. Every day I sit there I think about things. It's kind of like meditation and Munching at the same time. You can get that Yummy beautiful. Cookies Lever makes it luxurious and delightful and I always feel recharged Milano. Cookies are truly a treat worthy of your meantime they're delicate and crispy with luxury ously rich chocolate in the middle. You really want to keep these just for you so remember to save something for yourself with Pepperidge Farm Milano..

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"pepperidge farm milano" Discussed on Get Real -w- Caroline Hobby

Get Real -w- Caroline Hobby

01:35 min | 5 months ago

"pepperidge farm milano" Discussed on Get Real -w- Caroline Hobby

"Hey Alkaline Hobby here. Look sometimes alongs. In Yoga class isn't in the cards. So maybe a cookie is pepperidge farm. Moulana believes you should take some time for yourself once in a while. Now that I'm a new mom. I enjoy a long hot bath at glass of wine and of course. I'M WANNA cookie when I get a little downtime Milano. Cookies are truly a treat worthy of your meantime they're delicate crispy with a luxuriously rich chocolate in the middle. You really want to keep these just for yourself sir. Remember to say something for yourself with Pepperidge Farm Milano guys. It's bobby bones I host bobby show and I'm pretty much always sleepy because the wake up three o'clock in the morning a couple hours later I get all my friends together. We get into a room and we do a radio show. What's your alive. Tell our stories. We try to find as much good in the world if he possibly can and we look through the news of the day that you'll care about also your favorite country. Artists are always stopping by hang out and share their lives and music too. So wake up with a bunch of my friends. I Ninety eight point. Seven W M Z Q in Washington DC or wherever the rotates you on the iheartradio APP. What up you guys so today. I'm talking about corona virus amid weak mom chat because it is literally all everyone is talking about. I've had to stop watching good morning. America and the news because freaks me out. I literally have never been afraid of viruses or the flu or anything like this now. Just like the world is shutting down. I still don't really know. The difference between chronic buyers in flu. I know this is serious. I know that this is Clearly what.

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"pepperidge farm milano" Discussed on Stuff Mom Never Told You

Stuff Mom Never Told You

16:58 min | 5 months ago

"pepperidge farm milano" Discussed on Stuff Mom Never Told You

"Pepperidge Farm Milano believes you should make some time for yourself once in a while. Sometimes you just can't have that bath that you really need so maybe cookie instead cookies. Make most things better. Miami time is hiking and there's nothing like getting to the top of the summit and then having a Milano Cookie Milano. Cookies are the perfect. Treat to savor during me time. They have just the right amount of cookie and luxurious rich chocolate. They're the type of treats you won't want to share so remember to save something for yourself with Pepperidge Farm Milano. I'm Hugh Jackson. I'm a chef restaurant tour a traveler. And now I'm the host of the passenger people. Ask me all the time. What's that list of places to go in this city in that city and this show is dedicated to that idea mercer yourself in that culture and finding out what's intriguing? What resound and what we think about the future of that place as a visitor as a passenger subscribe. Now on the iheartradio APP apple podcasts. Or wherever you podcast. Hey this is Anne and Samantha and welcome to stuff on never told you production of Iheartradio for today's classic. We are talking about them. That's come up a lot in the news lately and a couple of our recent podcast and that is Phyllis Schlafly schlafly. Somebody always struggle pronunciation of her name right. I feel like every time we talk about her. We do you think. I don't think those women he does how yes. Yeah I think her name is sir. No offense to any schlafly is out there. That are not like her but yeah because of the movement and continued debate around the equal rights amendments. She has been coming up a lot and in this month of International Women's Day or National Women's month thought that it was appropriate to bring her back in this very appropriately titled Episode Christening Carolina did pass host the ghost of Phyllis Schlafly. Because it feels like we're still dealing right. Her work is still haunting us. It very much is so yes I loved it. I loved it. Yeah please enjoy learn in this in this classic episode. Welcome to stuff. Mom Never told you from house. Works DOT COM Hello and welcome to the PODCAST. I'm Kristen and I'm caroline and today we are talking about Phyllis Schlafly. This episode has been a long time coming but ever since she died on September fifth twenty. Sixteen we'VE BEEN TALKING AMONGST OURSELVES CAROLINA. I about how we should do episode on Phyllis. We've heard from a number of listeners asking whether we're going to deal with. Phyllis schlafly episode. And how could we not? How could we not especially? After my twitter. Response to her passing Brought men out of the woodwork. To tell me that I was a monster. So what did you tweet? I tweeted as India Gif whereas Diaa was just going by and That was it and conservative. Gentlemen did not appreciate that and called me fat feminist Monster Ono. They called you fat. Isn't that the worst thing? A woman can be called totally. Did you even survive it? I don't know I don't know eating even more. Feminism EATING EATING. All the feminists yeah. Well it's also apropos. Talk about Schlafly. Because in a lot of ways she paved the way for Donald Trump being the republican nominee for president this year and I would argue that her star was definitely rising at the same time that the Republican Party was veering more toward the Reagan affiliation. You know Aligning with the religious right Then It previously had been. Yeah I mean that's how she made her name was definitely by essentially ushering helping usher. What was this fringe right? Wing Group of Republicans. Sort of like we think of the tea party today in to the mainstream because for a long time they were just sort of off in the corner and not really taken all that seriously but then as will talk about more. Phyllis schlafly showed America that these right wing conservatives could win in the polls but I don't WanNa get too ahead of ourselves. Let's talk a little bit more about who this woman is. Because for I I feel like you either absolutely know who she is. Because she's the arch nemesis of second wave. Feminism or. You probably never heard of her. So let's give a quick primer of who the Schlafly who's Schlafly lady is. Who's this dame? Well I mean you're right. She's absolutely considered one of the most polarizing figures in American public political life. And she's basically I don't know what would you. She's an author. She's a politician to a degree And she is best known for her war against the equal rights amendment in the Nineteen Seventies. Yeah I mean she's a grassroots conservative political organizer who is now considered an icon among ultra right-wing Republicans Donald Trump included and. We read her obituary in both the New York Times. Obviously more liberal some might call it the lame stream media if they're schlafly fans and then we read her in the National Review which is ultra conservative of course and the New York Times described her as quote a self-described housewife who displayed a moral ferocity reminiscent of the axe wielding prohibitionist. Carrie nation says he's a tough cookie. Real stuff cookie And then the national review described her meanwhile as one of the original Happy Warriors Funny Gracious and Grittier. Than One might expect. And it's astonishing to trace back our political climate today and everything that we are now witnessing in terms of Donald Trump's supporters and the types of white dudes who came after you on twitter for instance and trace at all way back to this woman in the Mid West who in a lot of ways started out almost like Hillary Clinton. She was from a relatively like working class background. Although Hillary Clinton came from a slightly wealthier middle class family but schlafly you know it was scrappy and she was and she was ambitious and then any similarity she might have to. Hillary Clinton just ends right there. Well yeah and I mean. They both initially supported. Barry Goldwater to ultra before before a hills went the other direction. But yeah and I mean you can look at the the fact that Nowadays Catholics and Evangelical Christians worked together when they are on the right You can trace that back to Phyllis Schlafly as well. She was Catholic. devoutly Catholic. But through. And we'll get to this more in a second. But like through all of her grassroots efforts she brought more women of different faiths and different denominations into the political fold to try to combat this sort of what she viewed as liberalisation the downfall of American society and in a lot of ways. She is a difficult woman. She summarize because she's kind of a basket of contradictions because she is this very ambitious self sufficient woman and a lot of ways who said that from the get go and she was growing up. She knew that she would need to take care of herself. And in her political career she was extremely Visible she wrote twenty books. I mean the woman never stopped and yet publicly. She always said that she was a housewife. I and politics was just a hobby because she has six children home and her husband. Fred Schlafly is king essentially and she does whatever he allows her to do even though like in the same breath. You'll also say you know but I can do whatever I want And she relished starting this organization called stop. Era which was intended to stop the equal rights amendment. Well Yeah and stop was actually an acronym for stop taking our privileges. Which is what I learned about that. Acronym was also my brain exploded a little bit about just how. How blatant the intention is right. There of privileges stop taking our privileges. Because I mean Phyllis Schlafly we'd be like yeah I mean I love. White privilege is terrific. Yeah I When I was researching her life and activism and politics my brain just kept collapsing on itself because to me as a liberal feminist and one who cares about having equal rights for people of all backgrounds. None of it made sense. Because I'm like why would you want to stop the era a when? Oh wait no but you only one the privileges for you and yours. Well okay so I was. I take back what I say that she would. She would be all about her white privilege because what Phyllis Schlafly did and Donald Trump does. She deny that privilege even exist. Oh well sure in the same way that she denies that denied that sexism even exists. Well privilege in the way that we talk about it now and on our podcast but I mean she actively talked about the privileges afforded to women right in the sense of chivalry almost right yes so her latest book a conservative case for trump came out just after her death and she describes in it trump as a quote old fashioned man grounded in his two great priorities hard work and family and a man who in other respects has led a remarkably clean life. Okay so I mean this is. This is the the viewpoint that we're dealing with. This is the kind of it. Choose your own reality that Phyllis Schlafly was able to mold into a startlingly powerful career for herself and it makes sense that right before her death. At Ninety two years old she came out stumping for trump. Because she was all about populism. She was all about demagoguery and she was all about. You know galvanizing this hyper conservative. Evangelical religious right that has similarly flocked to trump well and Regardless of weather you as the politician she was stumping for were hyper Republican or whatever. She just hated the establishment right. That's like some of the same rhetoric you hear a lot right now. And and she saw trump as an answer to those establishment politics and she was really. She harped for decades on kingmakers. The idea of like a secret group of rich liberal elite kingmakers who sat around a pointing politicians around the world. Yeah I mean 'cause that right. There is a core tenet of populism where their belief is that almost conspiratorially that it's just a group of powerful people who are making all the decisions so power to the people let's overthrow them and she told Breitbart in January of this year twenty sixteen that quote trump is the only hope to defeat the kingmakers because everybody else will fall in line so I mean she really believed in this kingmaker business to her death and I mean that's that's all also something to keep in mind as we talk about Phyllis Schlafly and something that was impressed upon me reading about her time. Line is how she has not changed in her political viewpoints. At all. She's still tells the same anecdotes that she did. You know in the sixties. So how did Phyllis happen? well let's give a little bit of biographical background real quick. She was born in August. Nineteen twenty four as Phyllis McAlpine Stewart in Saint Louis I did have a moment of concern because a lot of people are from Saint Louis and I did wonder like Oh. She came up in St Louis around the same time as my grandmother wonder if they were friends. She was the oldest of two daughters to odeal dodge. Who was her mother? And John Bruce Stewart. And what's really interesting is that I mean by all accounts. Her mother was also a very hard worker. She worked outside the home. She was a teacher with two college degrees. And that's not too shabby at all for a woman who was born at the end of the nineteenth century. Her mother not phyllis right I mean and odeal ended up being the breadwinner because her dad John Bruce Stewart was a westinghouse machinist and an industrial equipment salesman and after he lost his job in the Great Depression. Odeal had to become the breadwinner and she hustled. She was a department store saleswoman. She was an elementary school teacher. And a librarian at Saint Louis Art Museum and in her spare time how she had spare time. I'm not sure. She wrote a book on the history of Saint. Louis Yeah so like the constantly. Busy Work Work Work Ethic. Phyllis schlafly could absolutely be seen in her mother as well but and also her politics though. Come Straight from her dad. Her Dad was seventeen years older than odeal. Which is going to be a similar age gap that will see and Phyllis schlafly his own marriage and her. Dad was a staunch Republican. Who even though? They fell in such hard times during the Great Depression he hated FDR and hated the new deal and wanted nothing to do with that and so from a very young age. Phyllis was groomed to be a very conservative Republican. Yeah and I think that there's also the emotional aspect of yes. She had a really smart really hardworking really busy mother but she also grew up in addition to hearing her father. 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Stuff You Missed in History Class

01:45 min | 5 months ago

"pepperidge farm milano" Discussed on Stuff You Missed in History Class

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Stuff You Missed in History Class

01:33 min | 5 months ago

"pepperidge farm milano" Discussed on Stuff You Missed in History Class

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Stuff You Missed in History Class

01:30 min | 5 months ago

"pepperidge farm milano" Discussed on Stuff You Missed in History Class

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"pepperidge farm milano" Discussed on Before Breakfast

Before Breakfast

07:19 min | 6 months ago

"pepperidge farm milano" Discussed on Before Breakfast

"Hey Listeners Walt Disney world resort is the perfect escape and now as an adult you can experience it in an entirely new way come share joy through the world as the experience must see new magic and beloved traditions of the holidays throughout all four theme parks and Disney Springs. Plus for the first time ever discover a whole new land or a galaxy far far away unfolds. All around you at star wars galaxies edge at Disney's Hollywood studios. Finally you won't want to miss the Epcot. International Festival of the Arts January seventeenth through February twenty fourth twenty twenty relive the nostalgia of Disney or create some new memories. Now's the time to find your happy place. At Walt Disney world resort visit disneyworld dot com slash adults for more available now from Iheart a new series presented by t mobile for business. The restless ones. Join Me Jonathan Strickland. As I explore the coming technological revolution with the restless business leaders who stand right on the cutting edge. They know there is a better way to get things done and they are ready. Curious excited for the next technological innovation to unlock their vision of the future in each episode will learn more from the restless ones themselves and dive deep into how the five G. Revolution could enable their teams to thrive. The restless ones is now available on the iheartradio APP. Wherever you listen to podcasts. Welcome to before breakfast. A production of iheartradio. Good Morning. This is Laura. Welcome to the before breakfast podcast. Today's tip is to make your expectations and needs explicit in other words. Don't just drop hints. We've all found ourselves disappointed because someone didn't live up to our expectations only to realize later that the other person had not actually understood or expectations or realized that we needed help. Whether it's assuming that your team member will let you know in advance if he's not gonNA meet an important deadline or that. Your partner will send flowers on your anniversary. We're taking a risk if strongly-held expectations for someone's behavior but don't let the person know about them. Other people simply cannot read our minds and we waste all kinds of time behaving as though they can and then recovering from the disappointment or dropped balls when it turns out. They can't the only solution to this is to stop dropping hints. When you want something everyone is better off. If you just say it well easier said than done. Of course. Sometimes people feel awkward asking for help or stating their hopes expectations directly. Does it sound pushy? Is it insulting to suggest? Someone wouldn't know that you like meetings to start on time or that you expect. The person who finishes the paper Towel Roll will replace it but if we beat around the Bush drop hints other people. May Misunderstand what we mean and the results may not be what we intend so here are some ways to raise issues directly think clear collaborative congenial that means using direct language. Assuming that you and the other person are mutually focused on good outcomes and keep the tone positive and friendly. For instance on deadlines you could say and counting on being able to review your report. Monday afternoon. That's the time I've carved out to work on this because I'm attending a conference later in the week if you foresee a problem getting their report to me by lunchtime on Monday. Please let me know in advance or for household expectations. I would really appreciate it if you change the sheets and took out the trash the last day your house sitting because we'll be getting home late. Would that be doable? Or when you're asking for affection and support from family and friends next Tuesday is my birthday. I'd love to celebrate it with you. I was thinking small group of us would have lunch at the Sushi place near my office. But I'm open to other suggestions. The general approach should be to share the hope expectation or need. And then invite the other person to give a thumbs up or way in that way. You're not assuming anything instead. You're sharing your expectations in a way. That gives the other person the chance to confirm that. These expectations are shared or to suggest a different plan. That's not pushy instead. This approach greatly increases. The chances that your needs are met. It's hard to see the downside in that so today. If you find yourself how that someone will do something why not stop and ask the person directly save the mind reading carnivals and everyone will be better off in the meantime this is Laura. Thanks for listening. And here's to making the most of our time. Hey everybody I'd love to hear from you. You can send me your tips your questions or anything else. Just connect with me on twitter facebook and Instagram. At before breakfast pop. That's b. e. The number four then breakfast p o d you can also shoot me an email at before breakfast podcasts. At IHEARTMEDIA DOT COM. That before breakfast is spelled out with all the letters. Thanks so much. Look forward to staying in touch before. Breakfast is a production of iheartradio for more podcasts. From iheartradio visit the iheartradio APP apple podcasts. Or wherever you listen to your favorite shows hey listeners. Look sometimes along then. Yoga class isn't in the cards. So maybe a cookie. It's pepperidge farm. Milano believes you should make some time for yourself once in a while. I like to go hide in my Home Office with the snack occasionally and while people find me eventually at least it's good for a few minutes. Milano kitchen are truly a treat. Worthy of your meantime they're delicate and crispy with luxuriously rich chocolate in the middle. You really want to keep these just for you. 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"pepperidge farm milano" Discussed on Before Breakfast

Before Breakfast

08:46 min | 6 months ago

"pepperidge farm milano" Discussed on Before Breakfast

"Hey Listeners Walt Disney world resort is the perfect escape and now as an adult you can experience it in an entirely new way come share joy through the world as the experience must see new magic and beloved traditions of the holidays throughout all four theme parks and Disney Springs. Plus for the first time ever discover a whole new land and or a galaxy far far away unfolds all around you at star wars galaxies edge at Disney's Hollywood studios. Finally you won't want to miss the Epcot. Cut International Festival of the Arts January seventeenth through February twenty fourth twenty twenty relive the nostalgia of Disney or create some new memories. Now's the time to find your happy place. At Walt Disney world resort visit disneyworld dot com slash adults for more. It's not your fault. You haven't achieved your diet and exercise goals. Chances Are you've been following bad advice. Well enough is enough. It's time for you to listen to the experts and get real results. I'm Tom Hall. And exercise. Physiologist and host of fitness disrupted a groundbreaking podcast that debunks the top exercise and nutrition myths once and for all with science. Listen to fitness disrupted at Apple podcasts. On the iheartradio APP or wherever you listen to podcasts. Welcome to before breakfast. Production of IHEART radio good morning. This is Laura. Welcome to the before breakfast. PODCAST hard cast. Today's tip is about how busy people can still make time to meet someone special. Valentine's Day is coming up. And if you're in a happy a couple that's awesome but many people find themselves in different stages of life and I recently got a letter from a listener. who been on her own for a while? I was trying to figure out about how she could make time for dating our listeners. Husband had died a few years ago and she's now raising her nine year old daughter as a single parent. She says that I'm reading to date. But find it difficult to muster the energy to find someone let alone go out on a date. It seems like online dating is the thing to do now but she says that it. It feels very weird to me since she met her husband. When this wasn't as much of a thing as it is now I'm usually tired from work and extracurricular activities with my daughter and the usual? You'll home duties. She says my commute is at least an hour each way to work. I finally get an hour or so of me time in the evenings after I put my daughter to bed but I'm also trying into read shower and do other focus tasks that I can't do while she's away. So what do you suggest. How can I carve out dating and social time? How much time should I commit commit to these tasks or do I just live life and hope someone falls into my sites? I think this is a great question. Plenty of people with jobs and family responsibilities instabilities would like to meet someone special but because of those jobs and family responsibilities dating can seem like one more thing on the to do list and unlike our listener I got married before online. Dating was as big a thing as it is now but I've talked with a lot of people about how they approach it and I've studied people's time logs to see how it's been incorporated. The good news is that it does make the process of meeting other single people a lot more efficient than in the past setting up first dates at at least is relatively easy. And since that's the case I recommend taking very strategic numbers oriented approach to this project our listener could sign up for a few services that friends recommend and then give herself a target of going on one. I state every two weeks. She could do this right after work or possibly over lunch or coffee so she wouldn't have to worry about finding additional childcare now to be clear most of these dates will be I media at best but the upside is that it's only two hours a month so it's hard to feel like you've wasted too much time if nothing else. Our listeners can try to find humor in the experience or maybe meet people who might be interesting professional connections now. They probably won't all be terrible. Of course listen. This is where the numbers getting comes in. If our listener goes on twenty four I dates in a year. The odds are reasonable. Then she'll have at least a few dates with people. She wouldn't mind nine seeing a second time. No let's say that one in four of those works out great. Well now. She's going on six second dates in a year. What does three of those turned into a third date and one or two of those might be a reasonable date? Now we're getting somewhere. The key is to be consistent with I states until you meet someone who makes you want to not not be consistent about going on for states anymore. Of course online. Dating isn't the only way to go. Our listeners said that some friends had suggested meet up groups and the like and I think it's smart in general to build an active adult social life as a single parent not even necessarily for dating purposes. But just because it's fun the more more people you know who likes similar things to you the broader your network will be and no doubt some of the people in these networks. No people that they'd be willing to set you up with so that helps helps with keeping up the volume of first states to of course all this is slightly more complex as a single parent. Divorced parents who share custody can at least try to schedule their dating lives around the times when their former partners have the kids. our listener is going to need to be more proactive. But I'm guessing that over the last few years of Solo parenting. She's she's made some arrangements with friends neighbors relatives and paid caregivers who can step in for a few hours when she needs and the good news is that in a few years ears her daughter will be able to take care of herself for short periods of time and that will open up a lot more possibilities as for just hoping someone wonderful will appear well. It's always always possible. Meeting someone. Wonderful does involve some amount of luck. But here's the thing was look. We can nudge it along. Someone going on twenty four. I dates dates in a year is far more likely to luck out and meet someone wonderful. Then someone who sticks to the same routine of work and home chores as before. I'm happy to report. Fort heard back from our listener that she was willing to take Basan as the project. A goal of one date. Every two weeks sounds doable. and not so daunting she says. I think I could do do that. And if she does. I'm sure that luck will bend her way. After a while. In the meantime this is Laura. Thanks for listening. And here's to making the most of our time. Hey everybody I'd love to hear from you. You can send me your tips your questions or anything else. Just connect with me on twitter facebook and Instagram at before breakfast pop that let's be the number four then breakfast p o d you can also shoot me an email at before breakfast podcasts at iheartmedia Dot Com. Now that before breakfast is spelled out with all the letters thanks so much I look forward to staying in touch before. Breakfast is a production of iheartradio for more podcasts. From iheartradio visit the iheartradio APP apple podcasts. Or wherever you listen to your favorite shows. Aw Hey listeners. Look sometimes along then. Yoga class isn't in the cards. So maybe a cookie. It's pepperidge farm. Milano believes as you should make some time for yourself once in a while. I like to go hide in my Home Office with the snack occasionally and while people find me eventually at least it's good for a few minutes Milano. Cookies are truly a treat. Worthy of your meantime they're delicate and crispy with luxuriously rich chocolate in the middle. You Really WanNa keep these just for you. Everyone else can go get their own snack. So remember to save something for yourself with Pepperidge Farm Milano available now from Iheart a new series presented by t mobile for business. The restless ones join meet. Jonathan Strickland as I explore the coming technological revolution with the restless business business leaders who stand right on the cutting edge. They know there is a better way to get things done and they are ready. Curious excited for the next technological ethical innovation to unlock their vision of the future in each episode will learn more from the restless ones themselves and dive deep into how the five G. 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"pepperidge farm milano" Discussed on Before Breakfast

Before Breakfast

08:20 min | 6 months ago

"pepperidge farm milano" Discussed on Before Breakfast

"Hey Listeners Walt Disney world resort is the perfect escape and now as an adult you can experience it in an entirely new way come share joy through the world as the experience must see new magic and beloved traditions of the holidays throughout all four theme parks and Disney Springs. Plus for the first time ever discover a whole new land and or a galaxy far far away unfolds all around you at star wars galaxies edge at Disney's Hollywood studios. Finally you won't want to miss the Epcot. Cut International Festival of the Arts January seventeenth through February twenty fourth twenty twenty relive the nostalgia of Disney or create some new memories. Now's the time to find your happy place. At Walt Disney world resort visit disneyworld dot com slash adults for more. I don't think America has ever gone back to the way that it it was before the DC sniper the gunman most likely a skilled marksman fired six times in the course of sixteen Hours the killed the five people in one day and then went on the rampage for the next month. He was a psychopathic cold blooded killer that can never never walked the streets again. Listen to monster. DC sniper on the iheartradio APP apple podcasts. Or wherever you get your podcast. Welcome to before breakfast. A production of iheartradio good morning. This is Laura. Welcome to the before breakfast podcast. Today's tip is to make a first decision if you're feeling stuck ruminating and bots of interconnected choices this one step can help you escape from spinning your wheels. We've all been in the position where we have lots of decisions to make but we can't seem to get anywhere because the options all depends on each other. I know so so many college seniors feel this way heading into sprint. They need to make decisions about what jobs or advanced degrees to pursue where to live how to navigate advocate romantic relationships but much like navigating a maze. Each decision is influenced by the outcomes of all the others. A lot of expectant excellent parents feel overwhelmed by interconnected choices to do we move to shorten or commute so we have more time with the baby but housing is more expensive closer to our jobs. So then we'd wind up in a smaller place. And then what do we do if we decide to have a second baby and need more room. This can happen on much more mundane skills to we've all had dining companions opinions who could absorb navigating the menu to make sure that they love their choices of appetiser entree and wine and they all fit together. Sadly analysis paralysis. I can ensue. So how'd you get unstuck well to be sure you can outline what choices you need to make and gather information on factors influencing your decisions dozens about each you can set aside time to journal or should talk with a sympathetic friend. If you're making the decision with someone else you can set aside plenty of time from mutual reflection but then eventually it's time to make the first decision and indeed I'd suggest simply committing to do that. Make a first decision. Take one chunk of your decision tree that you feel strongly about go with that and then let the other pieces fall into place. There are never perfect choices but deliberating too. Long King Cutoff choices and sometimes means decisions are made for us and while choosing by not choosing can be choice. You WanNa make sure you're making that choice on purpose so maybe our college senior prioritizes is is going to the top law schools. She gets into she decides she'll figure out her housing situation and whether to attempt to long distance relationship after that maybe family navigating a dual job search decides that once one partner gets a great job offer. They'll put their house on the market and the other partner will start looking for jobs jobs only in the area where the first partner got their offer. Your dinner companion could decide that. He knows he'll enjoy salmon and he builds the rest of his menu around that that oftentimes once we've made that first decision other decisions Siebel lot easier and this saves time and Energy Am certainly trying to remind myself. This upside longtime listeners may remember the whole saga of my housing situation as they try to figure out the best option for my growing family like we welcomed our fifth child in late December while the little guys small now he won't be small forever and so we've been weighing our options. We've considered considered moving to a new house finishing the basement or the attic in our current house two bedrooms or just squeezing kids into existing bedrooms and kicking the question down the road. We went to several open houses and spent some time imagining different scenarios. Each option seemed to bring with a host of new questions related to cost timing and logistics six. If we renovate can we live with the hassle of renovation plus the newborn if we buy a bigger house it would require some fixing to and so we'd probably keep living in our current one for for a while. But how long would we be willing to to house family. When would we need to put our existing house on the market? Should we meet with builders about doing a new construction project checked eventually though. We just made the first decision. We decided to have plans drawn up for renovating our current house with plans in hand. We can decide whether or not that's way to go in the meantime. The kids are sharing rooms with the first decision made. There's a reasonable amount of peace. Well as much pieces there can be in a household with five children including a newborn. Have you experienced analysis paralysis when faced with lots of interconnected decisions. How did you get unstuck doc? You can let me know at before breakfast. PODCAST AT IHEARTMEDIA DOT COM in the meantime. This is Laura thanks for listening. And here's here's to making the most of our time. Hey everybody I'd love to hear from you. You can send me your tips your questions or anything else. Just connect with me on twitter facebook and Instagram at before breakfast pot that let's be the number four then breakfast key. Od You can also shoot me an email at before breakfast podcasts at iheartmedia dot com. Tom That before breakfast is spelled out with all the letters. Thanks so much. Look forward to staying in touch before breakfast is a production of iheartradio for more podcasts. From iheartradio visit the iheartradio APP apple podcasts. or or wherever you listen to your favorite shows. Aw Hey listeners. Look sometimes along then. Yoga class isn't in the cards. So maybe cookie. It's pepperidge farm. Milano believes you should make some time for yourself once in a while. I like to go hide in my Home Office with the snack. Occasionally and while people find me eventually at least it's good for a few minutes Milano. Cookies are truly treat worthy of your meantime. They're delicate an crispy with luxuriously rich chocolate in the middle. You Really WanNa keep these just for you. Everyone else can go get their own stack so remember to save something for yourself with Pepperidge Farm Milano. I just realized that the first first letter of every line of this new spells helped me. It seems like everyone's a critic these days blessing the world with our slightest opinions all on our own mini platforms. I'm Scott Janet's and I'm Greg calmly. 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"pepperidge farm milano" Discussed on Committed

Committed

02:15 min | 6 months ago

"pepperidge farm milano" Discussed on Committed

"Sometimes these days along than Yoga class just isn't in the cards but maybe a cookie is pepperidge. Farm Milano believes you should make some time for yourself once in a while my idea of me. Time is a little bit different since I had the second baby instead of a yoga class. I'm maybe do a yoga pose just one downward dog at a time you know what I do have time for. I can eat a cookie a whole cookie eighty and eating that cookie feels like the best little piece of meantime. There is these days Milano. Cookies are the perfect treat to save her. During me time they have just the right amount of cookie and luxuriously rich chocolate. They're the type treat that you don't WanNa share not even with your kids or your husband. Remember to save something for yourself with Pepperidge Farm Milano. I Love Sports and I love my wife. I will destroy you. We haven't even started yet. If if you're the type of fan WHO LOVES TO DEBATE JORDAN LEBRON LAMBEAU versus soldier field or even the San Lot versus major league. You will love listening to our podcast. The greatest rea- some of our favorite comedian meeting friends and celebrities to come and constructively argue. Everything within the world of Sports with my competing in sports frenetic wife Megan Gaily my hilarious writer and comedian husbands. Cj Toilet lead on now so listen and follow the greatest iheartradio APP apple podcasts. Or wherever you listen to podcasts. Some of the best love stories come in small packages. That's why we asked you our listeners to send us voicemails of your own love stories. We'll be running a few of them before season four starts. They're short and sweet and all of with them even the ones that didn't make it to air because we got so many reminded us about the many ways that we can commit to one another so here are three many love stories. We used to tide you over until we launched season for April. We've got a dirty dog that led the love on a camping trip. A couple of learned to meet in the middle over the course of two decades and a middle school relationship that persevered against all odds enjoy.

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"pepperidge farm milano" Discussed on Committed

Committed

02:22 min | 6 months ago

"pepperidge farm milano" Discussed on Committed

"Sometimes these days along than Yoga class just isn't in the cards but maybe a cookie is pepperidge. Farm Milano believes you should make some time for yourself once in a while my idea of me. Time is a little bit different since I had the second baby instead of a yoga class. I'm maybe do a yoga pose just one downward dog at a time you know what I do have time for. I can eat a cookie a whole cookie eighty and eating that cookie feels like the best little piece of me time. There is these days Milano. Cookies are the perfect treat to save her. During me time they have just the right amount of cookie and luxuriously rich chocolate. They're the type treat that you don't WanNa share not even with your kids or your husband so remember to save something for yourself with Pepperidge Farm Milano. I'm Shane Bake and joined by my good friend. Max Homa and we were launching get grip with maximum Shane. Vacant a podcast. That will give you a true look. At what professional golf is all about from one of the most honest voices between the ropes. That is true. See Honesty the journey will take you from Hawaii to Pebble Augusta's Asia and everywhere that allows Max at teatime and a free players buffet. Free Food remains undefeated get a grip with Maxim and Shane Bacon premieres February third. You can listen. Listen and follow on the iheartradio APP apple podcasts. Or wherever you listen to podcasts. Committed a production of iheartradio Hey committed listeners joe here I want to let you know about a new travel. PODCAST called a way to go from IHEART and fathom now fathom has been one of my favorite travel websites for a really long time. In fact. It's the only travel website that consistently go to on a regular basis for tips and tricks and inspiration for how real people really travel. Uh Poverty and Jerry. Lynn Gracious enough to have me on one of their early episodes. Talk about my own travels and I shared with them. The story of how nick and I climbed Mount Kilimanjaro on our our honeymoon to try to test the strength of our brand new marriage. We've got a little bit of that conversation for you today and I hope you enjoy.

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