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Practical Wisdoms for Sales and Leadership With Lynn Whitbeck

Trina Talk

05:15 min | 1 d ago

Practical Wisdoms for Sales and Leadership With Lynn Whitbeck

"Welcome lynn torino talk. Oh three nine thrilled to be here. Thank you well. I am happy to have you. We connected on linked in. And i feel like i know you. We've had some conversations back and forth so i'm just so happy that you're on the show with today. I know i know that's a wonderful thing about link then is it can be such an incredible way to connect genuinely connected with people but you know so. Many people do it wrong. I mean let's like totally back. I won't say it wrong. I know what you mean. Because that's how i feel too. Yes i know. But we're going to just talk about you today. And i was so excited to talk with you because i am a leader and i love leadership and that's like your superpower right leadership and i just i'm looking at your your bile and you you know you help. People provide sales and leadership To move faster to grow faster and achieve their goals and you were an executive in corporate. So tell me about yourself. What made you decide to start doing this on your own. Yeah so I a little bit about myself. I began my professional current sales. And i believe that everyone should have sales training because sales is leadership. You learn everything you need to know to be an incredible leader through sales So i'm really stand really firm believer in sales training for everyone. It doesn't matter if you're trying to sell yourself to get a new job or you're trying to sell your idea to for a process improvement. You know to your boss. I mean whatever it is or a solution to the board that you want to invest in for the organization so everyone is selling in fact heck we sell to our kids about what they're going to have for dinner at night or two hours significant other about what we're gonna watch on netflix. So you're selling or negotiating all the time and so about me. And how i got into this so i was sort of at a turning point. A number of things occurred at the same time in my life so a startup. I had in the coo was failing And my husband was diagnosed with terminal cancer. And so i had this moment and my daughter was going to be going becoming a senior in high school and outside my two nieces one was in graduate school and the other was an undergrad. So a sort of all these things. That are happening. This convergence and i took that moment after my two week. Pity party To say what. Do i want to be doing moving. And you know what is going to really fill my life with passion and know be able to do something that matters. And that's when i decided to create My business t to queen and spent a year working on the book putting everything together We also spent the year with my husband's health condition. And you know really being becoming his advocate and being very aggressive his treatment so his original six months to one year diagnosis ended up three years. Delivered for three years and So it was know really at some ways. It was a really difficult time but it was also a time for me to really refocus my energy and look forward. Wow thank you for sharing that story with me and my condolences about your husband but you know you were able to get more time with him so that that's what matters so just diving into that. You know you were a ceelo for a company and all these things started happening and it's nothing like having all hell to break at the same time to make you say okay. I gotta do something differently you know. Is it always seems like it happens that way. But i'm looking at like petit first solo petite to queen. I love that name. Tell me how you came up with that. I love it. Well you know. Because i wanted a name to represent that i don't care if you have purple hair. I don't care where you worship. I don't care you know what you love or whom is all about. You know you as an individual as a genuine person. And how do we celebrate all women and and of course all people but i especially wanted because of the three young amazing women in my life. I wanted to be there to help. Women move forward instead of you know coming to the equation out of college and all the training we get. We still have been so trained to be quiet to be polite and sit in the backseat and we have to learn. All new skills to be successful in the workplace

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Dutch teacher goes into hiding after classroom cartoon mocking jihadists is deemed 'blasphemy' by Muslim schoolgirls and prompts online threats

America First with Sebastian Gorka

00:46 sec | 2 weeks ago

Dutch teacher goes into hiding after classroom cartoon mocking jihadists is deemed 'blasphemy' by Muslim schoolgirls and prompts online threats

"Another teacher in Europe has gone into hiding because of threats following the display of a political cartoon threats forced a teacher in the port city of Rotterdam to go into hiding after some students objected to a political cartoon displayed in his classroom. That's prime minister Mark Routes spoke Friday, hours after Rotterdam police said they arrested an 18 year old girl. But they say she's suspected of posting a message on social media that incited others to commit crimes directed at the school and teacher. Root says that teachers being threatened is absurd and we must not tolerated. The threat comes weeks after French teacher's Samwell Petit was beheaded outside his school in a Paris suburb. By a teenage refugee of Chen Arjun for showing caricatures of Mohammed Keith Peters reporting

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Dutch PM Rutte condemns threats to teacher over cartoon

Dan Proft

00:49 sec | 2 weeks ago

Dutch PM Rutte condemns threats to teacher over cartoon

"Another teacher in Europe has gone into hiding because of threats following the display of a political cartoon. We get the complete report from Keith Peters Threats forced a teacher in the port city of Rotterdam to go into hiding after some students objected to a political cartoon displayed in his classroom. Dutch prime minister Mark Routes spoke Friday, hours after Rotterdam police said they arrested an 18 year old girl. But they say she's suspected of posting a message on social media that incited others to commit crimes directed at the school and teacher. Root says that teachers being threatened is absurd and we must not tolerated. The threat comes weeks after French teacher's Samwell Petit was beheaded outside his school in a Paris suburb. By a teenage refugee of Chen Arjun for showing caricatures

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French Teacher’s Decapitation Investigated as Terrorist Attack

WTOP 24 Hour News

00:36 sec | Last month

French Teacher’s Decapitation Investigated as Terrorist Attack

"7 35 At least 10 people are being questioned by police in Paris, France after a history teacher was brutally murdered, reportedly because he had discussed images of the Prophet Mohammad with his students as part of a lesson in freedom of expression. French police cornered the 18 year old suspect in a bitter standoff that ended in gunshots. His death, shattering the quiet calm of this suburban street, not far from the middle school where the unthinkable happened. 47 year old teacher Samwell Petit was beheaded. A victim, president Emmanuel Macron called him a victim of an

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Trader Joes Petit Reserve Russian River Sauvignon Blanc 2019

The CheapWineFinder Podcast

04:47 min | 3 months ago

Trader Joes Petit Reserve Russian River Sauvignon Blanc 2019

"Stay from cheap wine fighter dot com an edge again. Wine we got from trader Joe's trader Joe's. Since the Kobe thing has been kind of light on new wines, they came out with a few new ones and we have a new one today. And, it is the trader Joe's petite. Reserve Russian River valley saw vm blocked twenty-ninth teen. Always. Think it's seven, ninety, nine, hundred block and I was you know when you get one from fancy growing area like the Russian river, which is Costa Sonoma. The always think. It's maybe some fancy winery, the head, some leftover twenty, dollar wine, and. You. Know Trader Joe's got a deal on a small amount of it and L. Not for seven ninety nine not this time that does happen from time to time. But this is from Owl Ridge. Wine Services, which has been a company. Out of Russian river since two, thousand, four, they they're accustomed crush private label. You know if you want to start your own wine label, you go to them and you know you tell them what you want. They'll make it for you and label it and you can. You can make your own company and sell it to stores. Are you. If you're a trader, Joe's though, make you wanting to. And this is from the Russian river and they've been at it since two thousand four, which gives them years of having. Contacts with the local vineyards and wineries. So they have good resources. Trader Joe's as you know. Price Advantages Basically they don't advertise they don't have to. have. A distributors go store to store trying to sell their wind getting the shelves. Everything's done a front. I think they pay for it upfront to I'm not always sure about every single deal. But I do know that that is what happens with these wines. Once they contract for it and they pay for an upfront, it's there's to sell or not sell. So that's what we have going here, and this is blocked from the Russian river valley. I think I've had many of those Russian river is a wonderful place for one. There's some high end wineries in there. But I normally get the Pinot Noir Chardonnay that's that's what they're most well known for though I know there are some wonderful producers making. Saab block in there and some really good vineyards and. Probably from somebody's really good vineyard I'm gonNA take a SIP. Kinda reminds me of New Zealand but not quite. Got Some both flavors. It's got some. Spice. I. I wrote down all of my my tasty notes on the. Review on cheap wine DOT COM. To go into all the details but this isn't a light and fluffy patio cooler. You're GONNA WANNA. Go to put a good show on this, but you're going to sit down and you're gonNA. WanNa. Shrink it and thank you know just. figure out what's in there because there was. A little bit of cream a little bit of salty flavors spice. There's. Sweet Sour. There's Tart. Not. Bad, for something ninety nine. Russian river I'd like I said I don't normally get my assab yom blocked from the Russian river, but it gave me a little bit of New Zealand which is. Had good acidity didn't have that grab another glass of you know. Like so much with expensive wines, but it had good acidity. Tons of flavor. Aroma. There's nothing really to complain. I like my soviet-bloc young without a lot of aging bottle not a lot of production techniques. Crush the grapes do what you gotta do bottle maybe eight just a little bit. This is twenty nine hundred and they didn't age it that long. And let it go and that's what I like my own block, and that's what this is and it's seven, ninety nine. It's from a place that I don't normally get myself I'm block. which is a plus in my book. And and actually have a book. That's Quinton Tarantino quote and There's not like some no name for savvy blocked. Tastes. Good. It's interesting. It's well. -At's jeep hey it's what cheap wanting finders all about we found one that's interesting. Jeep if. Block, you'll like this it's A. It's it's GonNa be right in your

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Petit Bourgeois Loire Sauvignon Blanc 2019

The CheapWineFinder Podcast

04:37 min | 5 months ago

Petit Bourgeois Loire Sauvignon Blanc 2019

"This day from cheap wine fighter dot com again and we're GONNA. Talk about why we did a full review on the cheap wine, five dot com website for a one one of my favorites. This with teeth bourgeois. Saab, Yom blocked from on rabies a Joie. From, the Lord, Valley and I love Laura Valley. Sauvignon blocks favorite one to a tasting long time ago, even be four New Zealand became a thing. And it was just bad tactic. I loved it and. Even though this isn't from the fancy places, this is not sincere. Or however you that pronounced. Fancy places I've this is just the regular. They call this their entry crude they. Family Bourgeois has been in lower valley continuously. They say sometimes it doesn't happen for ten generations, which is a long long time specializing Soviet block and feeling you're. So. They know what they're talking about and. I don't know. Says the. WHO's wild bottle? It says in the back that doesn't mean much. Though family! Was Wise probably ones made it, and so you know there's all these legally things and plus their websites as I, G P. De la. OBE. Level below the. AFC wines. The government regulated wines, but the wine label says it's table wine, which is the bottom thing? So. I hate wine labeling. It doesn't tell you anything, but this is from people who are making wine in the area, making this kind of wine for generations. I love the stuff. I went to a wine tasting and it tastes like sunshine bottles smells great to taste. And every time I tell people I love. Laura Valley Savvy unblocking Oh. Yes, I'm crazy about sincere. No No, no, it's like. The regular stuff you don't need the. Really Good I'm not complain about San Sear. But. That's all you ever hear about you know. Get the regular ten dollars stuff. It's hard to find. You can go to any grocery store and find a New Zealand, Soviet, block and probably stuff from the central coast of California, and maybe even chilly, and what have you? Try to find a valley ten dollar twelve dollar. This was ten ninety nine sale. You can't it's. Amazingly good so. Because, it's got that kind of a city. That kind of makes you take a SIP. You don't want to go, you know. vitas graphic drink. They don't think. That's a good. Thought not that thing thinking all that important when you're drinking. Whatever? Here. We go, so this is. Every day. Saab Yom Block. This is the kind of wine that people in France drink fits. If it's eleven dollars here, it might be a couple of bucks cheaper. They're. Going to blow out your budget, and this is this, is it? This is great. Taste doesn't have that the spiky thing you'd get from. New Zealand Samuela. Flay or spikes, which is actually kind of appealing Ben. Can't complain about that is that is kind of what's cool about? New Zealand soviet-bloc. This kind of got. More. Smoother all encompassing thing going on just the knows is beautiful flavors rate. It's just easy to SIP. You want to keep drinking it. Really this my favorite you know can of. This is one. The first Lower Valley Sabi on blocks written about and we've been doing. Cheap wine finder for. Eleven years. That's kind of like the point where. Going to the grocery store to buy Saab Block now. I'm going to have to go find. A good wine shopping leg fight my way through the sand sears every be jumping out at you and just trying to find a good simple everyday savvy on blind.

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How COVID-19 Shines A Light On Our Broken Food System with Dr. Dariush Mozaffarian

The Doctor's Farmacy with Mark Hyman, M.D.

07:50 min | 6 months ago

How COVID-19 Shines A Light On Our Broken Food System with Dr. Dariush Mozaffarian

"We want to talk today about what seems to be unrelated to Cova Nineteen which is an infectious disease but it's diet and chronic disease and you wrote an article with the former secretary of agriculture. Dan Glickman that was posted on. Cnn entitled Can Diet Flatten the curve for covert nineteen and it's sort of like How does that even make sense? So we've heard all about these ideas of fighting. The curb was social dissing handwashing washing and contact tracing an isolation testing but your article presented a very different view about how we can use food and nutrition and specific nutrients to actually help us address. This pandemic so. Can you tell us why you wrote this article and why this is more important than ever to address these issues? Yeah I think markets really clear that that to those of US following this crisis that cove nineteen has really laid bare these incredible challenges. These incredible disparities is incredible unreasonable aspects of our food system. Are there so many ways that that covered nineteen influenced student? Nutrition and nutrition Kobe. Nineteen back up at at all. Just go through quickly and we can go about each of them so you know. One is immunity the actual immune response to Cova and then you actually the blunting of the excessive inflammatory response to cove. We can talk about nutrition and actually the immune response to is is hunger and food insecurity which of course 'cause incredible human suffering with this economic shutdown lost wages at schools being closed but also we know from long clinical experience malnourishment further predispose people to infection. So that's the site and that doesn't mean and that doesn't mean skinny and wasted away could be that your nutrient deficient which is really common in America. Absolutely absolutely. There's one call hidden hunger. People look like they're getting food but there's hidden hunger because they're not getting the right the right nutrients and what's paradoxical is the most obese are often the most nutrient deficient when you look at their numbers. Right it's kind of interesting. Yeah and then. These other aspects of Kobe crucial to to you know of just quickly mention our third. The incredible intersections supply chains and food. Waste and getting food to people we. We don't really have a national food system even global food system. We have this fractured supply chain. That's now becomes you know very very dire And then I think one of the one of the most important things for really thinking about covert long term. Because this is going to be with us for for some time. Many ears is the incredible relationship between for Metabolic Health Diabetes Hypertension Heart Disease Obesity and poor outcomes with Cova. The the latest analysis from New York which has had the most cases in in the United States showed that with each of those conditions diabetes hypertension of city. There is about two or three full higher risk two to three times higher risk of hospitals. And if you put those three things together lots of people have diabetes hypertension and obesity. There be sixteen fold higher risk of hospitalization. And so it's very it's very plausible. And we're modeling this now. It's very plausible. That you know. If we had a metabolic healthy population job it would be much much less severe. And so you know thinking about nutrition and immune response malnourishment and hunger and food insecurity disparities very high rates and african-americans very likely related to nutrition in a major way the challenges to food systems and supply chains food waste and then metabolic health. You know these are all things that that you and I and others who study food at about that that food nutrition or a dire challenge and an incredible opportunity to improve the health of the population but Kobe. Nineteenth really liked taking a you know a knife and slice down dessert that was hiding immediate objects and so you know if five years from now we're back to where we were a couple years ago and there's no improvement in our food system quality of the food the way we get it to people in science that we have to address questions. I would be just devastated. I would be so disappointed that we haven't realized the opportunity here to fix the food system. So filming in the straight. What you're saying is that if you have chronic diseases and multiple chronic diseases that your risk of being hospitalized sixteen times higher that if you're metabolical unhealthy more likely to get sick because your immune system isn't working and then only twelve percent of us are actually healthy so that means if we actually had a healthy population that was eating a diet that created metabolic health instead of the opposite. Which we're doing now that this may just be a bad flu and we wouldn't have full hospitals in a society that shutdown and trillions of dollars in economic losses. All the evidence supports that you know. Of course we can't do a randomized trial and wave a wand and make everybody know about healthy to test that but all the evidence suggests that you know as you said. I'm based on national data. Only twelve percent of adults in this country are metabolic Healthy that's just taking things like waste. Your Conference Blood Glucose blood pressure cholesterol. It just measure those things. Only twelve percent of adults or metabolic be healthy and most of those people in their twenties right. You haven't yet really had a lifetime of for die in for lifestyle. And so the vast vast majority of American adults over forty are metabolic late unhealthy and given these associations you know as I mentioned even just one of these risk factors. You're doubling or tripling the risk of hospitals ation and you start piling up together In terms of risk of death is in so few debts especially under age. Seventy unless there's at least one of these other conditions. Yeah and so. It's very plausible. That if we had a very healthy population you know. Instead of a twelve percent medically healthy. We had twelve percent metabolic the unhealthy. What if nine of were metaphor healthy then in nineteen would be a far far less severe disease? Many many fewer hospitalizations fewer deaths. We wouldn't be shutting down the economy we wouldn't have. These hospitals overloaded our healthcare providers but insulted dangerous petit and working chefs on an and. What's really important here is that we can actually fix this now in real time. And so you know. It doesn't take years and years and years to reverse diabetes or to reverse hypertension or Reverse for metabolic health. Yeah does take years and years to change. Wait for many people but metabolic health. Whatever your weight. We can pretty rapidly improving. Edibala cal over months sometimes even shorter. But so yeah so the country. In addition to the things that we're doing social distancing and testing we should be launching a national campaign to improve the way we move and eat to improve our metabolic health

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"petit" Discussed on Human Factor Security

Human Factor Security

03:30 min | 10 months ago

"petit" Discussed on Human Factor Security

"People in the US kind of like everywhere so There's lots of exciting things going on. I'm not sure exactly whether we're going to go yet. But that's off examine. Isn't it well. We'll see it in Liverpool. Oh Hey Fli you see you've said it now so we're gonNA knock ya well. We Alpine Selena Liana. I'll make sure but decides. Well you know what would just trying trying to pin down. Just because I know even this people will pigmy with China Panga Day. Because you don't want to clash because one of the things that always is in late summer you know so so talking kind of And June July Oh and it just cautious with everything. You've got a Memphis In the beginning of June. And then you've got steel Jill Khan and it's there's so many of them and I think it's great young people's houses to money. I don't think there's too many I think it's I think it's brilliant. Really Small Ones Bake Doc was the I think it's just great the community but which underpin nuts on me do we'll definitely let you know even if it's just for maybe speech again online about what we do. I and we can market a better so that we can get more reach because that's one of the things but you know you supposed to just even on the face geno that that's not really being publicly but just just encouragement as being wonderful so I do appreciate it well. Listen it's just been so cool to talk to you and I know I've Kinda Grill Jay. I said the difference of human touch in some ways normally because normally obviously going massively over the guests career but I know so many people listen to this interested in in the market in the business and the brand side of it so I appreciate you just coming in and just give us your expertise on a really enjoyed it. Thank you Jenny. Oh yeah well. It's been a real pleasure so at least we always ask recommendations books blogs I suppose books plugs podcast films anything. Each Ackerman people to to read on the maybe something on the markets in the brandon size. Yeah I mean obviously the Si- The BORSA is welcome to dot com home. We've actually we've started to try and create more blog content that we have lots of different people. Internally that have different expertise we're trying to create more content you know just recently published published a blog and around social media advertising. We've done stuff about different types of logs to create Yeah we're GONNA do two different content on that as well so that should be a really good place to guy oversee the quad blog for everyone. Secure a base. There's lots of great content on that blog at different levels. Were you start in the industry or you kind of more experienced There's there's lots of good content. I would say that the odd recommend and what about getting the next guest on the show. We've spoken to so many people in the industry. Is there anyone that that you'd like to guest. Gosh she set you. Spoke insists Omega already. Zoe Rose on you not yet dadis combing that is again all right. Well I'll tell you that she's got another. Ah Joke. Thanks so much for being really appreciates it lays my pleasure and great talking John and we'll catch up again soon. If you'd like to sponsor an episode to the human factor secure podcast. His is often enquiries at human factors. Security Darko Dot. UK and get your message out to all of our lovely listeners. Thank you and see you again. Next time yeah..

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Nancy Rommelmann Digs Into the #Meneither Controversy

The Four Top

09:08 min | 10 months ago

Nancy Rommelmann Digs Into the #Meneither Controversy

"Nancy. Hey I'm so glad to be here with you. Thanks for joining us well yet. Maybe we should start with your ear passes food writer. Tell me about that Schumer. So when I first started working as a journalist it was in nineteen ninety four And I had a knife column in in Los Angeles where I lived at the time and But you know and I was also reading with really super long on features I interviewed cereal. Kalaniiki see and just like really chunky sort of more difficult stuff but you have to bring money right and I thought well what do I like and I was like. Well let food in writing so maybe it dabble in that and get a call one day from this woman that says hey this is Barbara Fairchild from petit and I've been reading your work and I'd like to if you'd like to go skiing for us. In in Sun Valley it was literally those like who is moments call but she had read my narrative. Work look into start. I had a good voice and I wound up writing for not on and off. Mostly travel pieces. They send me to these places for about ten years I did some food writing in La when Jonathan Gold Gourmet for awhile took his column over at the L. A.. Week later it was just something I always kind of did but the reason I n WanNa keep moved up to Portland. I wrote for I wrote restaurant reviews for a week and I had a column in the monthly. But the problem for me is that I never primarily considered myself a food writer. I was doing like really long features and articles and profiles including stops that really I really was invested in but I kept getting known as a food writer. I actually just at some point said I'm not doing it anymore because my my first love was writing different kinds of journalism so I kinda ditched. Yeah well I mean your work as hard hitting and you tackle really really difficult subjects things that tend to fascinate me. I have to just keep following the thread so so so What what have you worked on recently listeners? To check out well I Have I've been waiting for reason magazine And and sort of having to do with with sometimes with free speech or wait now where people are not interested interested in other people having free speech. I've written several articles Roy them having to do with Berlin stuff that happened for instance the city council Banning hate groups but not naming who they were and then the big sort of big got a thing down by the waterfront between the problems and Tika everybody screaming free meet each other. You know we live in a very a very polarized environment right now. We're nobody wants anybody else to be allowed to say anything and that's been sort of fascinating waiting for me. And what a journalist to cover and you've really experienced this personally. In a way that intersects with the food industry Yeah and exercising sizing your free speech Maybe we can talk a little bit about. It was just about a year ago that you launched your video blog right. It actually trait about last December and other journalists nine nine New York. We kept having these really long email threads about stuff. We saw going on in the culture that we thought needed to be aired out One incident was Gento Zinat talion actress. She was Anthony Dance girlfriend. She'd been sexually assaulted by Harvey Weinstein. Then onto have like a ten year relationship with him on and off she really had become sort of the face of the metoo movement one of the phases of metoo movement. I written about her already. I'd foot night interviewed reviewed her years ago and then After her boyfriend Anthony Bourdain killed himself. it turned out that she'd had sex. The seventeen year olds and Dana had been paying off the seventeen year old and then she denied it and she sort of got caught in a a bad situation that maybe should fessed up to But she didn't initially and my friend. I were questioning whether she was really the best face of the me too. It's like you Wanna be able to have this incredible momentum be able to fly straight and we just didn't think she she was and so we talked about it on air. We talked about some other stuff. My friend had written about some of the heads of the women's March who were deeply anti Semitic and that it was problematic so we talked about things that I didn't think that they were particularly controversial. I thought that they were pretty sensible. And pretty data-based but we live in an environment right. Now we're if you are not sorta according to some people if you're not on that party line like you can only believe this way and if you're not forest against us and Some people in Portland decided that my views were very dangerous. And in order to make their beliefs known went to the press about it and decided the way to to state their displeasure was to a boycott and and really slide. My husband's business restarted roster and It was pretty effective in terms of Really getting the entire city who for fifteen years really loved her husband's business like never problem. family owns. I never. That was something mistake they thought and I thought that was really just wish people would come to talk to me. Because that's what I do. I host shows I interview people all and if People WanNa have a conversation with me I opened that door and we have a lot of writing bad people go online and they can website and see wherever about it but happily we all move on and we go onto the next interesting phases of life and work with more information than we had because when these kinds of things happen can you really try to sit and think all right. So what was this really about. What is really what is really animating people And how do we you better conversations. That's what I'm super committed to always work and and now probably never. Yeah and I just. It's kind of stunning. Yeah I mean your husband. Didn't Johnson is an artisanal coffee roaster and he really just cares about high quality coffee and he had to close one of his locations He lost asked loses biggest customer. Will we have a location at Nikolai. That was the lease was up in a month and the temperature was just so hot and so not that we just want like. Let's just close this early early. Yeah wholesale definitely definitely did flee but one of the reasons was because I mean I know this only because Blah Blah but you know the people that were angry. They called all his customers. And said you know you will drop or Streto or else and that was the problem. People believe me I can understand not wanting to be in the middle of the stuff. It's not fun. It takes a lot of time very stressful but it was. You know super unpleasant situation nation having said that did is doing well. And I'm to lots and lots of projects and you. You know these things happen in your life changes but in many ways it's changed for the better so there you go. Yeah but you know what strikes me as interesting is as if it were another if you had this video blog and your husband had a different sort of business like an accounting firm or an insurance agency. I don't know that this would have happened. I I feel like right now. Food and beverage are so much in the in the public eye that played a role. Well it's visible okay. Like if if my husband had been an accountant it's like frankly. His appliance would have been like whatever they would. They're not the demographic that's going to get super woke up about this kind of stuff right right. So you've got who goes to coffee shops you know young people and then we'd have reading series and we'd always had it had been a very sort of friendly and social environment. So you know they're going to try to hit you. Were you hurt. I mean if they come around like wow. Nancy is a terrible frisbee player. Like I don't mm cure but they make sure that you know it's going to affect you and it's going to be public because that's we're sort of I guess The satisfaction what really does make me SAM on. I've talked about this a lot before the idea that people will take pleasure in uh other people's suffering I mean seriously catherine I just cry. It's like that's this. This way is really lies madness. You know if you just think the way to forward in the world is to make sure were that people. You don't like suffer publicly. This is a this. Is Everybody's what he's doing this on the left and the right right now. I watched the impeachment hearings today. It's not a good way to live and I don't think it's a good way to live for the people who are proponents of it either. It's just it's unhappy

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The Rise of Portuguese Gastronomy in Britain

Monocle 24: The Menu

11:14 min | 11 months ago

The Rise of Portuguese Gastronomy in Britain

"Opening of the Hawaiian Bar Restaurant Bar Dole rowing London. Three years ago was a milestone for Portuguese greasy and in the British capital both critics and the public loves to the place and also Monaco showed its approval by including Doro in our fifty best restaurants list now. The success story continues us the founder Max Graham and his team prepared to open their second and location. This timing London cece waterbed as I'm then to look back at the past three years to talk about the new location and the revival of Portuguese. Food Food in Brayson Max. Graham joins me here Madari House Studio One Abbey early. I actually opened a pop restaurant back in two thousand fourteen in in Greek street. I was walking my family business. which is Churchill's put company that makes wine imports in the valley? So the d'oro has always been very much in my blood in my upbringing childhoods but really walking for Churchill's when I opened the pool house which was really focused. It was more of a marketing stunt than anything else that was a pup restaurants pop up wind pool bar and we showcase folio of wines and ports in some very very simple produce driven sharing boards and yet during that period. I think I started eating out in London particularly in the Soho area and I just realized that Portuguese foods was very badly represented. I mean a lots of Portuguese restaurants in Stockwell and I absolutely love those restaurants but there are different Soda Portuguese restaurant and you know I was really at the time. I'm loving bar. Fina unloving Morita on these concepts. That were really showcasing. Spanish cuisine in such a contemporary outwards. Outwards way I'm really engaging with Londoners. I'm getting them excited about gastronomy from abroad and I just felt. Portugal wasn't doing that in in London at the time. So you decided to fix that. Yeah I mean I. I started the process of putting together. Ideas Footballer on that culminated in the the opening in two thousand sixteen in between then others opened up some Portuguese restaurants. Nunu Open Tabatha and you know a few years ago. It was great that was about three three of US laundry. No Tobacco really pushing Portuguese food and of course like I said. There's lots of restaurants in stockwell London that really lead. You backed Portugal Assad way which is a sort of nostalgic way. I think it's interesting that you mentioned that before. You launched Bhadra you. You felt that Portuguese food wasn't particularly well represented in London for example. What do you think that was? I don't know maybe London wasn't ready when I was much younger. That was a restaurant on the Kings road called Tuba. It was a Portuguese restaurant. And you know they were showcasing Portuguese food and I don't think think it just didn't engage with London's at the time you know this was about fifteen years ago and I just think potentially Londoners the appetites it's for new experiences. New Cuisines has just snowballed and London just hungry for new concepts particularly when they're showcasing acing cuisines that are less represented. I think that comes in tandem with the fact that Portugal has just been having such a surge in tourism such exposure over the last five years. I mean Portugal. Now the past five years it's just a completely different country. I mean when I grew up importer. It's just so far away from what it is. Today I think in Portugal there is such a wealth of culinary Marie on wine tradition. And I think that these experiences already being heightened and I just think London it is now more than ever probably quite excited to engage with Puccio before we talk about your second restaurants. You're about to launch. Let's still talk about well. Well the first module has been like how strong of a vision. Did you have in regards to the menu as you mentioned you. Spent your childhood impose import. So did you have very strong. Opinions on wall belongs to the menu. And what doesn't so. We actually run a pop up in Puto for the summer for two months with my head chef at the time and we really use thoughts time to brainstorm ideas to travel around you you know. I'm I grew up in the north of Portugal so I'm very familiar with the northern cuisine. But what's so special about Portugal. I'm what's been so special about. The last three is building Baltar is really engaging and learning about those other regions which also rich in culinary and gastronomy but yeah at the time that would favorites from childhood's that were also dishes that we thought had identity which was very reimposed since a lot of the Times a small plates Portuguese concept. You know that's not really traditional. You have petit scores which are sort of small plates. It's butts traditionally wouldn't eat like that in Portugal. It's more about largest sharing dishes and so so you know I was conscious that I didn't want it to just mimic another Spanish tapas restaurant. I really wanted those decisions. And those menu items to speak the identity of Portugal's Strana me which is very much Atlantic driven and you've done a good job. Let's remember that was just a couple of years ago when we ranked as one of the world's what's best restaurants here US monocle very very generous and wonderful knowledge. You're very welcome now. You're opening your your second restaurant in the city. How much could you tell us about that? How different or how simulates the second body raccoons be compared to the first one so I think at London Bridge we? He was slightly limited in a way. By what we wanted to keep the menu short to the point we rotated every every season. There are some dishes that just don't move because they become so popular. That can actually sometimes be quite limiting when you wanting to show off a another hundred dishes that you've come across crossing excited about. I think that's really what the policier in Hof has been. What's been great about that is that we have just really been exploring? During Portugal's different regions different Tad was different recipes. Different Cultures and I think that our menu in the city just gives us a really great opportunity to scratch a little bit deeper about what Portuguese food is. What are those star dishes? By the way that are very much in demand. People may find from both restaurants. Well I think the Buccleuch Bras is one that has been a bit of a heritage buckle. Er Brash is shoestring potatoes very very thin chips which is gently scrambled with eggs and the so-called which we rehydrate for forty eight hours Solved with some olives lovely dish it should be very creamy and it's it's a real comfort food dish and I hope that that will be something that people enjoy in the city as much as they have done in London Bridge. But we're also taking some really exciting new dishes working on this lovely ill dish from the IRA Rawda which will be Friday deals with a Byron source which is really traditionally used on suckling pig. So it's a a white pepper black pepper golic source but it's great on the Friday deals as well how much you still have to be discovered from Portugal. Something the world hasn't quite goes familiar with yet. Every time I go home I think the world has discovered it even more so than the last time. It's just every time there's more people. It's a great points at the alignment with this buzzer tourism but also the locals really embracing the tourism. I think as more and more people go to Portugal. It also drives the experimentation of the chefs impeachable. So there's a wealth of traditional food as a starting point. You've got this book which is all a Bible. Maria alluded Vest who literally has written down all of Portugal's star dishes but then you've also got this generation of chefs Jeffs that went away from Portugal. Who have started coming back on bringing with them? A huge amounts of technical expertise on the taking these very traditional recipes on expanding Portuguese food is expanding those boundaries and considering how reached the Portuguese culinary culture. Do you think there are many dishes and many ingredients. The world has been discovered yet. Something you struggled to find from outside of Portugal I think Portuguese food is obviously hugely driven by the Atlantic. One thing that is very very hard to compete with even though we're in Ireland is the rich miss of produce on fish that you got on the coast of Portugal. You got wonderful. CARBONARA is down in the all. Gov You get incredible perception. which is a goose? Bonna cool on the north coast particularly something like Incredibly Hard Oughta find elsewhere. Something I'd love to put on our menu but it's just one of these ingredients. That's better left for Portugal and better enjoyed when you go visit. I mean there's a lot of dishes that we thought about putting on which would definitely challenge. I think people's perceptions but I mean you've could be the which is made with chicken's blood and you know and there's a lot of tripe and offal dishes in the north of Portugal which I think maybe will hold off from on the next restaurant where probably gonNA play a little bit more safe than that but maybe As a special once in a while maybe one day as we mentioned already. You're just about to open. Open your sick and restaurants in the city. What about after that? Do you have any longer term plans. Walt may happen after that. Yeah I mean. We now imports about fifty percents of all winus. Direct from Boutique produces in Portugal. One thing I've really liked to develop more of a wine shop Pango and also we bring in a lot of cheeses and shall coutries would love to develop a mercer which is a deadly concept. I mean the sky's the limit. You've got punch bakeries. which would be great to get involved in but Baldur in its core concept I think I think it definitely has potential insult to grow to one team or sites off to this Max Graham Phone Giraffe Bar Douro and the new restaurant in London's broad gate opens later eighty two this month

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U.S. stocks shrug off trade deal concerns, close higher

CNBC's Fast Money

05:44 min | 1 year ago

U.S. stocks shrug off trade deal concerns, close higher

"It is the record rally that just keeps on running stocks touching new all time highs again today but our next guest says you should probably enjoy the good times while they last because they won't offspring and northbound traders spent Henrik who stayed up late for US overseas then and we do appreciate it. I mean you and I have talked a lot about this worldwide exchange of the programs. This is as the market whether you want to call it the Fed steroid or whatever it might be. Just won't quit anything in the charge that you see that indicate to you. This thing is about ready to roll over not about my charter. Actually on on massive sell but the liquidity momentum is extremely strong. And it's it's like the Fed has been playing secret Santa all year long handing out gifts of asset price inflation and the big issue for me is what I what I see here in the macro context first of all is to say that two thousand nineteen has been read revelation Central banks cannot extract themselves from the monetary easing being monstrosity. They've created two thousand. Eighteen was the only year since the financial crisis with central banks actually reduced liquidity on the net basis and immediately blew up in everybody's face and so two solution in two thousand nineteen was go right back into adding liquidity with obviously global rate cuts everywhere aware and then the addition of Qe and not itself. So we're we're basically stock where we're exiting this decade the same way we entered it kicking and screaming with trillion dollar deficits massive central bank intervention load to negative rates. And absolutely no iota of vision on how we're are ever going to raise rates again or reduce balance-sheets because they all going into twenty twenty just pressing the pedal to the metal. So the question is what's the endgame amy old admittedly and and what we see is there's no bull market without central bank intervention and that's the big challenge for the for the next decade but there there is central bank intervention. So I I assume the bull market could keep going. I mean it's hard to believe spend but twenty years ago. I was in this building reporting on sort of the Nasdaq boom in the Internet. Boom is there anything anything when you look at the charts and not trying to spook anybody here but when you look in the charts. Is there anything technically or in the policy construct or whatever that resembles ninety nine. Well actually. This is really interesting. What's happening this year? Keep in mind. When when the Fed we have to divide the year into two parts the the first nine months and the last three months the first nine months was all about you know ending? The quantitative tightening and Unin became about rate cuts to cut defense out of cut rates three times seventy five basis points but then. Everything changed in October. When the Fed was forced to respond to the overnight rate issue the the report crisis in September and basically in October the Fed went wild they're adding balance-sheet and liquidity? At a rate we've not seen since the two thousand nine in crisis so basically acting like this big crisis underneath what's happening with all this liquidity. It's it's accelerated markets higher and brought a lot of sectors stop were struggling beforehand. What's really interesting here is that this is Kinda the same as construct We saw nine hundred ninety nine. Remember nine thousand nine hundred eight. We had a a twenty percent. Correction the Fed. Cut Seventy five basis points. We had the big rally in one thousand nine hundred nine but it didn't really kick off until until Alan Greenspan span came in late in the year of nineteen ninety nine and added a bunch of liquidity in anticipation of the White UK crisis and that lifted markets of dramatically and then ended up topping in March of two thousand the extended all this liquidity added. Here is artificial and has to be pulled back back. Markets maybe overshooting real quick though. Is this inflation. Or we having reflation trade or we having ultimately setting up for deflation sounds to me like a bubble that bursts that still gets us back to deflation even though always going higher copper is going higher etc.. You know it's interesting I. I'm looking at some big structural charts like gold gold as a big bowl flag on it. Petit has a bull flag on it. And if you look at a actually the the rate action here in in Q.. Four it hasn't confirmed this rally at all in bear flag so we've yet to see the Rian flation evidence in terms of the Bond Market Henrik north man trader raiders spend. We have pre. Listen I. It's been you've been strong and on this market. I know it's been a tough market if you've been short but you've you've come out and you've been honest about the calls and and where you feel about it so it's been Henrik. We do appreciate you coming on. Thanks for staying late overseas. We'll see again appreciate that. Thanks Brian. Listen guys I think spend take some heat because they'll say I'm negative. Negative given the market has gone up. But what he's saying is if and win the Fed ever pulls back Right at this market is going to. That's is exactly right. And his point that central banks tried to do that in two thousand eighteen and it led to twenty nine. Thousand nine is a scary tale. It's just it's a cautionary because eventually we are going to get back where we have to removed that liquid it is. It is interesting that when you start to see what everyone's judging this on rates and rates alone start to look at balance sheets where qt was ineffective. The same result is raising rates at every meeting and now Q. E. adding in the same results as cutting so they're not doing anything to rates. They're actually cutting rates by proxy through through their people people. Come up they probably come to you guys all the time and they say why isn't impeachment affecting the market you know why because impeachment whoever's in sixteen hundred Pennsylvania Avenue you can't compete with a trillion dollars in central bank liquidity.

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Taste Review of Trader Joes Petit Reserve Russian River Chardonnay 2018

The CheapWineFinder Podcast

05:41 min | 1 year ago

Taste Review of Trader Joes Petit Reserve Russian River Chardonnay 2018

Emmy's Chese from Switzerland

Radio Cherry Bombe

02:02 min | 1 year ago

Emmy's Chese from Switzerland

"I hope everybody is doing well. I just got back from a trip to Paris and London where I I spent some time with the teams from Cordon Bleu the world famous culinary schools. I toured both schools and spent a lot of time talking to the alums of Likud on blue or or the blue crew as we like to call them. I met some incredible people who I'll be profiling in our next issue of the magazine so stay tuned. If you want to see what I ate while I was abroad and of course you do. I posted a lot on instagram so check it out at Cherry bomb or at carry bomb. What else is going on. It's the two year anniversary of Air Cookbook doc those two years flu. If you don't have the Cherry bump cookbook go get a copy it features recipes from one hundred of the most bomb tastic members of the bomb squad including Christina Tosi Chrissy Teigen and Michelle belly. You can buy a copy at Cherry bomb dot com or at your favorite indie bookstore support those bookstores ladies you know. I I forgot to mention something about the cookbook. We literally tested all of those recipes in our own apartments so it doesn't matter if you don't have a big fancy kitchen and you will still be able to make everything in the cookbook. Are you ready for today show. I am not sure if you're ready. I interviewed the One and only Carla and lally music. If you don't know Carla let me give you a crash course. She's a cookbook author. Mom the bone apetit food editor end a youtube star. That's it's right. Carla is part of the beloved bone Apetit Youtube team that is teaching a new generation how to be better and smarter in the Kitchen Carla's first cookbook doc where cooking begins came earlier this year and each page is beautiful helpful and delicious. I had a blast talking to Karla over at Bona Petit H. Q. And I hope you enjoy our conversation before we hear from Carla. Let's your word from EMI cheeses from Switzerland. Hey bomb squad. Let's talk about Emmy. Kylie's from Switzerland emmys beautiful variety of cheeses are crafted from the freshest milk from local Swiss farms one of our

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Petit Punk Rock Podcast

01:36 min | 1 year ago

"petit" Discussed on Petit Punk Rock Podcast

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Petit Punk Rock Podcast

05:27 min | 1 year ago

"petit" Discussed on Petit Punk Rock Podcast

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"petit" Discussed on Petit Punk Rock Podcast

Petit Punk Rock Podcast

05:43 min | 1 year ago

"petit" Discussed on Petit Punk Rock Podcast

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Petit Punk Rock Podcast

01:38 min | 1 year ago

"petit" Discussed on Petit Punk Rock Podcast

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Listen to First Mars Quake Measured and Recorded

SPACE NEWS POD

04:26 min | 1 year ago

Listen to First Mars Quake Measured and Recorded

"And on earth. High quality seismometers off. Placed underground to insulate them from changes in temperature and weather, but it can't be done on Mars. And as a result, it has several ingenious barriers which has a cover which is built by JPL called the wind and thermal shield to insulate it from the planet's winds dust, extreme temperature swings and other sources of noise into date. The E S has surpassed all the teams expectation in terms of sensitivity, president of the C N E S commented that the French SEI s size monitor as the cornerstone of space cooperation between France in the United States instrument has barely begun its mission, and it has already hit pay dirt with this world. First revealing new insights into Mars a planet that was habitable in its ancient past the teams at the s I s Mosey mission control center into loose on working around the clock to operate SAS and analyze that data. Being back from the red planet once again, congratulations to all of the scientists and engineers to whom we owe this fantastic success on the surface of Mars in one Petit who is the CEO of CNRS said that earth is no longer the only planet continuously monitored by size monitors the S S instrument deployed on Mars at the start of this year is now recording the slightest ground vibrations day and night be due to the atmosphere, and it's wind sweeping the surface or quakes in meteorite impacts Mars is the third rocky planetary body in the solar system to be studied by size Malla Just's one hundred thirty years after the beginnings of instrumental size. Molly Jeter had fifty years after the first seismometers developed and deployed by Apollo eleven in July of nineteen sixty nine no fewer than eleven C R S technologies in partnership with universities are working with these exceptional data in. In the months and years ahead. Their research will tell us more about how Mars formed and whites volcanic activity ceased to leave the cold dry desert surface. We see today I'm gonna play you in actual sound of a Mars quake now. So this audio has three different parts the first part of it is Mars wind. So it's sort of sounds like that's my my closest that I could get in the middle. It goes a little bit. Little bit deeper pitch in goes a little bit louder in that stops in. Then there's the robotic arm from the science device. So listen to this closely in the middle. You'll hear the Mars quick. So pretty cool stuff and JPL is going to continue working of insight Lander and working with the French teens to have more SAS data and more on Mars quakes in the future.

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Petit Punk Rock Podcast

01:57 min | 1 year ago

"petit" Discussed on Petit Punk Rock Podcast

"And so. We'll be true. Let's go play and sing together. Best. Best. I can go why you're. Breads lift each other up. Make some. Thanks to everyone who came on the show today said Frank J B, the scientists Samantha Georgia's Afia Pia Nima Zola and ruby and thanks to all you kids and adults out there listening. You can find more songs and fun stuff at Petit punk rock dot com. I love hearing from you. You can send me an Email with a note picture or recorded message to podcast at punk rock dot com. Also subscribe to the Petit punk rock podcast on itunes and find us on Facebook, Instagram and YouTube. Petit punk rock songs and stories are written recorded produced an edited by Dana and said in a little green studio in a little greenhouse in a little green garden by a city called Paris in a country called France next to the ocean called the Atlantic on the planet called earth in a solar system in a galaxy. Call the Milky Way, and we're all in this universe together. CNN time by.

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"petit" Discussed on Petit Punk Rock Podcast

Petit Punk Rock Podcast

05:22 min | 1 year ago

"petit" Discussed on Petit Punk Rock Podcast

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"petit" Discussed on Petit Punk Rock Podcast

Petit Punk Rock Podcast

06:46 min | 1 year ago

"petit" Discussed on Petit Punk Rock Podcast

"Talk. Friends. What is friendship? What's a friend? What makes a good friend? A friend is like someone you play where Ed you have fun with a friend of someone who's there for you. No matter what a friend is someone that you care for. And and so on that you love the in feed nice to that person. So they can penis to you someone who's like there for you. And they can help you on trip. It's kind of a bond that you create with somebody it doesn't necessarily come with everybody. It's something you have to create. What do you do with your friends? Leap play together. Do gymnastics together makes slime together we draw live. We like to hang out at school events things like football games, and concerts and stuff like that. I play with them have played usually at recess. I play with them. We do fun stuff to we do crafts together. We like do a budget together. Sometimes we have a conflict or a disagreement with a friend. What do you do when you have a conflict with one of your friends? Sometimes I take a break from people then required a separate. And the next day. We're friends again, we always figure it out in the end. And we always decide like one of us either realizes we were wrong or we agree to disagree things. Like that. Yeah, we talked it out talk it out. I feel like giving each other silent treatment will do. Absolutely nothing. It's just letting the problem. Settle. Sometimes we kinda have to get into it. It's like kinda crazy. Can an animal be a friend. Yes. I have a cat friend that lives in my health. My dog like he was my friend. I enjoyed. He was always there. Like, he loved me. That's what I like about animals, you're kind of their whole world. And they love you. Now, I'm really curious about friendship between species. Let's go hang out with JP. The scientist in his lab at the natural history. Museum in parents. Yeah. Let's go. Hang out scientist. Willis. Test. Out. Outweigh. The scientists. Hi, J be the scientists. Can we hang out? We have some questioned. Sure come on in. Okay. Okay. Question is can animals from different species? Befriend natual. Yeah. Can animals from different species befriends in nature? Interesting question. The what friend though is related to a human emotion describes the bone based on mutual affection between two people basically, it is to people who like each other. Yes. But since we are not in the head of animals, it is hard to say scientifically anymore experience. Friendship as we understand it in particular between animals of different species. The scientists who study animal behaviour accord ecology STS phila- gist. I found examples of tones between different species. Like, a donkey underdog a good on a rhinoceros, but it is rarely seen in the wild. Most often it appears in human control environment like. But where about in the wild where in the wild could abrasion between species can be observed. When species provide the other one with this kid doesn't have for example in those in the Raigmore are fish at as it safe to shock. It provides a cleaning for the shot by eating anything that is stuck to it skin. And the shock is providing food for the 'rumour fish. This relationship is called the symbiosis as it benefits both species. Not exactly friendship as we understand it. But it is a bonding behavioral between species based on average Inari advantage. What an evolutionary advantage. Something that ebbs species of I've through time and adapt to its environment since humans experience what we could friendship. Let's try undefined it and see there is an evolutionary advantage. Why is friendship useful? When answer could be that friendship develop trust, which in a social species like humans is a really important part of our people can corroborate. Being a social Spacey's every one of us is not supposed to be able to do everything in life. We are supposed to learn specific skills that we can provide to other people in exchange for their specific skills. Maybe friendship is an expression of that our need to trust. What do you think friendship is useful for?

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"petit" Discussed on Petit Punk Rock Podcast

Petit Punk Rock Podcast

05:19 min | 1 year ago

"petit" Discussed on Petit Punk Rock Podcast

"Uh-huh. What? Berg pamphlet little. It's pretty punk. What podcast? Peplum? Doc. Cast. Welcome to the pity. Punk rock podcast episode Zia will zero three I am your host Dana from Dina and the Petit punks. I'm here with my co hosts said Jonah knee. How Hello movable we will be joined by family and friends along the way as each episode. We explore one word through stories and songs so our word so far have been episode one fund episode to feelings can anyone guess what letter? The next episode might start with. If you said f then you all got you are correct. Double candy re both for you, and everyone, you know, the themes of season one here at the punk card podcast will all start with lateral. Drum roll, please them. Bobo ball. Renou present you the of episodes zero zero three. The theme is not sneezes the theme. Episode. Telephone hang on. I wonder who's calling us. Petit punk rock podcast. How may I help you? Says. Where are you calling from? I am living from enemy. Okay. Frank from Italy. What can we help you with today? Yes. Same the theme of our show. Okay. Yes. By the way. Story that happened to me. Okay. What's your story? Waited boston. See the window. And I sneeze. Those are took Russia. Titian? Where you were on a bus. You sneezed? You looked for a tissue. Okay. Let's get to the point. For my pocket. It looked like a freshman. To charlotte. The theme of our show should be fuzz balls into themes from the faints should be far. You're supposed starts with F. But how would we do a whole show about fuzz balls? You can try me. Well, what do you like about fuzz balls? Aim me. Okay. Frank. Well, thank you so much for calling to suggest the theme fuzzball 's that. That's good. I'm not sure if we could do a whole show about fuzz balls. Well is funny prove off I don't why we couldn't. I mean. I guess it's pretty good. It's not just pretty good. It's genius. You think it's genius. Okay. Let's put it out to our listeners kids out there listening would you like an upcoming episode to include the theme puzzles, send a message to us at podcast punk rock dot com. And let us know what you think. And now without further ado, the theme for episodes zero zero three is. Talk.

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Check out Pluto TV for free streaming movies/TV shows

Talking Tech

02:31 min | 1 year ago

Check out Pluto TV for free streaming movies/TV shows

"I spent some time the other day checking out Pluto TD, the streaming service. It was in the news this week because Viacom the media giant that owns MTV, Nickelodeon and comedy central just bought the company for three hundred and forty million dollars. What is Pluto t the if you have Roku Amazon fire stick apple t the Unum. It you don't want wanna check this channel out. It has what it calls. It says it has hundred channels and thousands of movies. Let me tell you all about it. On today's episode of talking tech. I'm Jefferson Graham, so Petit is a very different animal than most other streaming services. They require a monthly subscription as in Netflix and Hulu or they offer movies on demand for a fee like voodoo all those other channels. They're generally aggregated of cable TV content. That's only viewable if users authenticate there. Cable account. Now, Pluto TV's a collection alive channels and some of them you've heard of like CNBC, cheddar, TV and CBS news, most you haven't most are homegrown channels offering movie, John Lewis, like comedy, horror and romance. Now, did I mention that everything is free on Pluto TV? There are a lot of movies and TV shows mostly older ones superman three in the line of duty with Clint Eastwood, the original nineteen sixty eight funny girl, and I found TV series like the old Roseanne show from the eighties hell's kitchen with Gordon Ramsay and the reality series, Kate plus eight now, you can watch the movies so-called live. It's the same movies. That are available on demand. All of them have commercials. There's a lot to watch. And because there are commercials. You will not be able to fast forward. That's the deal with the devil that you're making to watch the free service. But again, it's free. They got a lot of good stuff on there. It's easy to come. By if you have the Amazon fire stick the Roku streaming player. Apple TV, just add the app to your collection of entertainment apps, and you've got lots of programming to watch. Now, I have nothing to complain about. Because it's all free, right? What do you think of Pluto TV? Let me know your thoughts on Twitter, Reina, Jefferson Graham, you've been listening to talking tech. Please subscribe on apple podcasts. Please favourite us on Stitcher, which helps more people find the show and as always thanks everyone for listening.

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"petit" Discussed on Petit Punk Rock Podcast

Petit Punk Rock Podcast

05:28 min | 2 years ago

"petit" Discussed on Petit Punk Rock Podcast

"Stoja. Style. Just when you think of the good times. When I feel happy remembering then you feel too. There's. Said and they're both that the same time in. Of you. Say. Let's go take. Then this. I feel the staff jig women think about laughing. We did as in the happiest phase. And we stay true. Those moments are gone, but we carry on Justice. I miss you. Say oh. Let's go. Joe? Well, I don't know about you. But I'm feeling credence Daljit. Now, I'd like to add the most Misao GIC instrument that I know it starts with the letter A and ends with Portia. Can anyone guess what that instrument might be? Why? Yes, it's the accordion. Let's try our data sing waltzing three. Turn to. Three spin two three rep a partner and try spinning around the room. Now change direction spin the other way. This part of the song. I like to call the big payoff. It's where we take all the parts we've heard so far the guitar the piano, the melody the lyrics and the accordion, and we put them all together. Like, a big puzzle over Trump's sing along if you like. Your ego. Style. Does when you think of all the time. When I feel happy. Been. Two. And there that the same time. Of you say Hello do. So go to. Say have. Let's go fly guy. Mr. This. Vicks for singing along with us today. Keep feeling those feelings Cemex. Bye goodbye. Of what? I'd like to thank everyone who came on the show said Samantha Georgia Sophia Nima and ruby for sharing their feelings with today. Thank you, meet some for the violin met for the guitar and Boris for the voice, the frog. And thanks to all the kids and adults who listened you can find more songs and fun stuff at the punk rock dot com. I love hearing from you. I would like to know what is your favorite feeling, and why let me know would help from an adult. You can send me an Email with note or a picture or recorded message to podcast at fifty punk rock dot com. Also subscribe to the Petit park rock podcast on itunes and

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"petit" Discussed on Petit Punk Rock Podcast

Petit Punk Rock Podcast

05:22 min | 2 years ago

"petit" Discussed on Petit Punk Rock Podcast

"Now, I had a nickel for each time. I case above wished. I were Burda feathers. Just like those turtle. Well, I'd be rich enough that I could build my old plane wings fly straight up to the sky with those chicken dinosaur flying. Thanks. I. I always. They're in the sky. But. Now, we're all gonna get down real low on our Billy past picks up on the floor to jump on. And that's your lily. Now think another something on the floor and jump over there. That's your other lily pad. What's jump around are really pads? What to a one two three four. Want? Clara frog. Hey, you know, something it's actually kind of nice down here on these lily pads sun shining on the water lowers. Flies. Why this might take a nice now we've that fly into the birds? Ain't so bad being a broad? Now, this feeling of envy. Does it feel good? Or does it feel not so good? Depends who or what you're envious of and being something that you want to be because it makes you colour something like that. I don't necessarily consider that to be a great form of NBA. But envying someone like someone you look up to or someone like good figure that you want to be like that's a good form of envy. If you if you every someone that's like perfect image. I guess then it's like you start to look at yourself and think that you're not that image. So feeling envy might be helpful or not helpful. I guess it depends. It can be helpful. If it inspires you to do or be something positive now that brings us to our third feeling inspired. What is inspired where do you find inspiration? What inspires you get lean fat like artists get inspired like getting fired by leaves? Would it turned fall much? What might our teachers says to me? What sorts of things inspire you different shape. Things buyer me 'cause I like drawing them. So like a few draw of being you can like look everywhere. And then like, maybe you want to see that. Then you get like inspired. So you're you are inspired by looking around at the world. Yes, now, I know that you have a little brother, are you ever inspired by your little brother? No, he's mostly spider by me. Was that pain number we go? Well, the wind blow. This is a special song written with and sung by my niece, Georgia when she was ten years old her nanna took her on her first trip away from home all the way across the ocean to visit me for two weeks in France. She had never been on an airplane before. And it was her first time visiting different country. So we took those feelings she had and we were inspired to make this song together. Good.

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"petit" Discussed on Petit Punk Rock Podcast

Petit Punk Rock Podcast

06:33 min | 2 years ago

"petit" Discussed on Petit Punk Rock Podcast

"Uh-huh. Welcome to pity on rob. Well to rock podcast. Welcome to the pity. Punk rock podcast episode hero. Two. Me. Well to the tinian Glock had cat up episode. Zero. Fifteen. It is episode two. I am your host Dana from Dana and the Petit punks. Yes. And I'm here with my co host said Hello. My name is Ed knew how mondro no we will be joined by some family and friends along the way as each episode. We explore one word through stories and songs so on the first episode the word, we explored was fun. I'm so excited to get messages from some of the listeners out there telling us what do for fun. My name is Ellen. I live in have bred in England. I win if. Some. In. San painting. I played the. Those are all really fun things. Thank you so much to Elodie Madeline sage and ran for telling us what you do for fun. So episode to what is the word going to be? Boys, girls cats and dogs. Feelings. You already told me. What about that? So let's start at the beginning. What is a feeling? A feeling is is something that you feel inside of you a feel like MS like like when you're Saturn immune like guy when you feel like down like kinda like death. What you if someone like talks, you me, you feel sat if if someone does if someone does something that you don't like you're mad. I mean feelings are like. I guess a motion that are gonna caused by outside forces things that happen in your life. It's time to play. That feeling is a game where I give you a situation, and you tell me what feeling you have. Let's give a big warm. Welcome to our contestants. So FIA me and ruby. Let's get started with situation. Number one. You are home the doorbell rings when you answer the door with a parent or a caretaker standing in the doorway is a donkey wearing a hat. Your. Ken like like nervous fused. I feel real I feel last June side of me. I feel very weird when that happens surprise kids out there listening. What do you think? Open your door donkey and a hat. How do you feel? Okay situation. Number two. You are eating an apple you, find half of a worm. How do you feel do you gusting staying disgust growth doubt weird? I like odd. What do you think? Kids out there, listening APO half a worm. How would you feel? Any of you feel hungry? Moving on number three. You are playing at the park. You look up a giant purple monkey made of cotton candy holding a basket of gummy bears falls out of the sky into your lap. How do you feel? Sickie? True sticky. I feel so surprised I would feel very very hungry already all like reverse. But I would feel really surprised. Moving on situation. Number four. You are walking to school when an Guana on a motorcycle. Steals your backpack. How do you feel scared because if my teacher would yell at me 'cause like she won't believe me surprised sad. Really mad. I'd be set to last but not least situation. Number five. You have no lollipops. You have zero your friend has six lollipops friends. Six you zero your friend gives you three lollipops name that feeling. Surprised I feel thankful to. Like, I should do something in return to my friend. All in the winter is everybody a big round of applause for all our contestants today. We'll see time on that. Away. When

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GYANT - How Doctors Augmented by AI Are Here to Help You

The Tech Blog Writer Podcast - Inspired Tech Startup Stories

04:43 min | 2 years ago

GYANT - How Doctors Augmented by AI Are Here to Help You

"I know you will federal receiving gazillions of black Friday and cyber Monday emails all saying buy more stuff, and I notice because our political him too. I think most of his exhausted and suffering black Friday Petit before it even began. So instead of buying more stuff that you want but don't necessarily need. I want you to learn more storefront than boy most of so today, I wanna learn more about how a company called giant addresses and treats the most prevalent yet manageable illnesses that comprised of vast majority about primary cab, visits example, I'm talking about flu eright and similar elements that we all experience. Ultimately, join is helping save money time and worry and making the hell. Cakes payments more convenient and streamline for both patients for both patients and practitioners, and as you know, technology's potential to transfer healthcare huge a while there has been a lot of progress. He's still not there for people. It takes weeks to schedule a doctor's appointment. So usually people stick it out until those symptoms. Go away only to end up meeting urgent catheter on down the line and free online. Symptom checkers web MD aren't well suited for medical content. Either people end up scanning for answers to their symptoms and coming away more scared than ever, and I think we've all met at some point. So telemedicine has a lot of positives. But it's not always convenient. For patients example, finding the time place, willpower, etc. To get on a video call or into the easiest kind of business to scale. So the giants out to bring together the best of artificial intelligence and real medical practitioners to accurately diagnose common illnesses and share treatment plans all in. Needs from a mobile enough spoilers for me buckle up and hold on tight. So I can be meal is all the way to California. So we can speak with giant CEO Pasco Zuta, who's going to share his story that spans ecommerce gaming healthcare, and how giant is actually transforming healthcare. So massive warm. Welcome to the show Pasco. Can you tell this is about who you are? And what you do. Sure. So I Cal I'm a co founder of giant and what we are building. If we're building a new care service. And we do that by integrating artificial intelligence on one side and experienced doctors on the other and we bring them together. three different diagnosis. So why medicine is such a complicated field? There is there's a a long long tail but most of us are sick with the same things over and over and over again,

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"petit" Discussed on Petit Punk Rock Podcast

Petit Punk Rock Podcast

05:38 min | 2 years ago

"petit" Discussed on Petit Punk Rock Podcast

"You. Never said anything about that before we got on this guy spiny what if you got me into now this is terrible, just era Bill. No, it's not spend. It's going to be the most fun you ever had in your whole until you're spider life. You're gonna be happy afterwards that you did this. No come on your whip stronger, like a robot. This rope you've ever. Spend a spun and spun and spun their web ropes. And a moment later the train began to move. Look at, we're moving. This is amazing. This is not amazing. You're talking. That we ever see each other again. Up and up into the train chugged higher and higher and higher spindle crawled back into the car and braced himself the best he could spiny on the other hand, crawled on top of the car moving tight to with web rope for the first time in his spider life. He was looking across a horizon. He had never seen something so big, so vast and so beautiful, spindle, you gotta see this. World. It's so big to stay up in look, spindle side and cautiously crawled up to the opening and peaked out to see what spiny was so excited about. He forced his eyes open and for a moment, what he saw took his spider breath away the hills, the trees, the leaves in the wind, the clouds, the sun horizon. The two spider sat in for a moment. They breathed the air way up there has they stared mesmerized by the beauty and grandiosity if the world has the train rumbled on slowly beneath them, but their silence was soon broken as spindle looked with a panic as the edge of the rails. Loomed closer and closer and closer in front of them. Spindle tried to scramble backwards into the car, but it was too late and the car won't suddenly downward stopping one terrifying moment before taking off like a rocket towards the ground far below them. That you spiders were victims straight off the cloth holding onto for dear life as they found themselves. Downloads side wins. Left ways upside down wings to spiders, flew through the air like two. The tree. Clinch. Dazed and shaking from head to feet spindle quickly made his way with spiny back across the platform gasping, oh, I can't even breathe. I thought we were going to be scared. We spent too. I don't know. No, no, no, no. I'm not doing that again. I want to buy web right. Okay. They climbed in silence back down the great wooden roller coaster, pausing, every few minutes to let the moving train grumble across above them. And in a while, they found themselves back in the shadows of the grass on the ground below as the each nestled back onto their webs. The dusk sun was setting in the distance and the rumbles of the roller coaster stopped for the night. He spent. Yes. Spiny. Have you ever written the colossus spindle smile despite or smile as he replied, why? Yes. Spiny I have ridden the colossus and maybe just maybe it was a little fun. Khanate spend. Good night spiny. The and. Okay. Kids, we're going to wrap it up now time per pajama. Yeah, it is. Into it in a fun way. Don't worry. It's time for pajamas. It's pitchy. Right now? No time. Time nana's time. Right now it's time. Time. Say it's time for time.

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"petit" Discussed on Petit Punk Rock Podcast

Petit Punk Rock Podcast

05:04 min | 2 years ago

"petit" Discussed on Petit Punk Rock Podcast

"Let's play a game called is yes. On is this fund is a game where we're going to listen to music. And you tell me if you think the music sounds fun or not fun. There are no right or wrong answers. It's just what you think. Georgia's here to help me figure it all out. So let's get started. Here's the first song. Does this sound fun. Yeah, yeah. I mean, it sounds like something you listened to dinner or something, but your happened along the dinner. I'm happen along with a little family rabbits or something that fun. I guess it could be a little more enthusiastic. Okay. What did you think kids out there listening, fun or not? Fun? Okay. Next track, we're going to get serious here. We're gonna get serious about fun. This fun. No, not really. No. But I mean, I like it. I like I like the courts. Fun for me, but not fun in general. Do you think is food or not? Next track. Let's see if this is fun. Yeah, yeah, it's fun. It's fun. It makes me think of like partying and dancing. Okay. Oh, okay. Koos tick top would go by the ocean, van knife. What makes kids? What do you think out there? Van life fun, not fun. Yeah, it's fun. Okay. Next up. Is this fun. Oh, I like this. All. I really like this. Seriously. This you think of fun? I really like this. You down with the big themes, Georgia votes? Yes, kids listening out there. What do you think fun? Not fun. Okay. Let's do some quick fire once fun. Not fun. Yeah, yeah, this is fun. Yeah, not sure. Yes. Sounds seventies sounds very retro. Like. Now, it sounds like. Not fun. Yeah. How was that fun? I like it. I really like this. I like it. I really like it. You like every single like everyone seems fun, but the the one with the basis, my favorite. Okay. He's this fund. Yes, yes, absolutely. Right. If I was in a room and I heard this thing. Watch see where this goes. Base. There we go. I mean, I'm kind of feeling that I have to drums always go together. They always make me feel like dancing. Okay. I have an idea wherever you're listening if you're at home or if you're in the car, I want you to make your own dancefloor unless you're in the car, then you could wave your arms around. Let's start feeling the be in our fingers or hands. If you start moving your head around. 'cause we're gonna kick it up another notch at the Qatar. We are dancing. Play a part here, best party ever. With your with your hair. Could you hear whip. Longhaired a hair with got a roll your head around in role it in whippet and roll it, and. To the keyboard. This is. And that my friends is called four. The biggest part of the song. All the instruments are now in. Lyrics. Breakdown,

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"petit" Discussed on Petit Punk Rock Podcast

Petit Punk Rock Podcast

05:13 min | 2 years ago

"petit" Discussed on Petit Punk Rock Podcast

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What do you do for fun?

Petit Punk Rock Podcast

05:13 min | 2 years ago

What do you do for fun?

Greg Cosell

Ross Tucker Football Podcast

02:03 min | 2 years ago

Greg Cosell

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"petit" Discussed on Stuff They Don't Want You To Know Audio

Stuff They Don't Want You To Know Audio

02:03 min | 2 years ago

"petit" Discussed on Stuff They Don't Want You To Know Audio

"Vacation and they wanted to go visit for saw as you do because most people when you're in france go to versailles if you can and after touring the palace they went on search in the nearby gardens of the petit trianon remember the one with marieantoinette well they noticed that things seemed a bit off somehow the further that they traveled that they kept going things are feeling strange and again this is a huge area right the pass deserted farmhouse they noticed an old plow line by the side of the road and they both claim they began to feel strange as if some sort of emotional oppression was occurring they got a bad vibe this is something we've here with ghost encounters or stories of ghosts encounters throughout the centuries that there's an overwhelming feeling of dread that occurs before you see or hear anything and they started to see other people they saw according to their report they saw two men dressed in long greyish green coats with small three cornered hats passing by and they asked the been the way to the petite trion and they were pointed toward a path that was directly in front of them they walked on they came to a gazebo shaded by trees the dark mood hung even heavier over them here in this shady grove everything was very very still and all of a sudden a repulsive foul looking gentleman his face pitted with smallpox was standing by the zebo and he stared direly unpleasantly at the on lookers and just then someone came rushing up behind them and warned them that they were going the wrong way they were told to cross a small bridge and when they did they arrived at what the assume to be the petite triana and where they found a woman sitting on a stool.

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"petit" Discussed on Think Again

Think Again

02:09 min | 2 years ago

"petit" Discussed on Think Again

"He he goes in and pulls in the idea of complementarity that this is this is the classic problem of physics the boers an einstein fahd over and realize the boar was right that there is are two aspects of this situation that have to be understood if we're going to understand the whole thing there's two layers interacting in it has its own vocabulary so these are kind of mind bending ideas and it really is it benefits from actually reading it and thinking about time as i did and i saw you know i'm pretty careful reader i'm coming more from the humanities and literature and my background than i am from from science but i've read quite a bit of biology and psychology and stuff on the mind and the brain and so even for a careful serious reader such as i consider myself to be and even with your very clear and enjoyable explanations in the book this is incredibly complicated stuff yeah for sure yeah good it is it is it's just there's no getting around i guess sticking with what petit is saying this notion of these things that are two things at once you know which it's like you know the quantum level of of reality where electrons can be in you know multiple places at the same time dna which can be both symbolic and real these things are in a way they're sort of all metaphorical for what's going on in the brand but they're also not i get the sense that petit is saying that there's something that connects these these seemingly disparate systems that isn't just sim metaphorical here that it's like something fundamental to the nature of reality going back to the the lay the layered idea and the protocols but that is a general scientific problem.

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