5 Burst results for "Pol John"
"pol john" Discussed on Sips, Suds, & Smokes
"And founded connecticut over last five minutes. Yeah some you get some nice vanilla out of. That's that's taken away from bourbon barrels that come out in this and it's beautiful. It's just a nice refreshing light news as we mentioned in the last one. That was refreshing. One well this one is different a whole different pal. But i don't know why they would think this bs for a mixture. Because i don't i think anything that they mix it with. I was talking earlier that it would probably overpower this whiskey. You know i think of. You're mixing it unless you mix it with like you know like a soda or something. It's a heavier style than the necas days in that you've got more of that serial note to it. This is like at first. I thought oatmeal my smelling fresh oatmeal. Like not before you cook it and this is barley green. This is this is just a an we talked about before. If you listen to our john all shows they use a six row barley rather than to robotic they use in scotland which gives it a more citrus zest to the nose but this is more like a raw barley. It's very nice you know. But that's why. I say that that would mix while but you don't want you don't think we need. We need to make some cocktails tonight. Well no but. I think it would be fine just like it is i mean why would you wanna. I think unless you unless you're putting it with the mixing in like a soda. I think you're going to overpower the flavors of this case. I think this this coming from goa. India south india on the indian ocean. Fricken hot dude. So you're you drink in this on the dribble to the pool. This is one part whiskey. Four parts club soda with ice. Yeah this is deidra anchor by the pool or by the ocean. Yeah i feel that you know so nice mellow someone that doesn't overpower it. One dash bidders. They don't even need that. You're not mixing dr pepper dead. Maybe maybe a club soda and a little bit dash high ball. But yeah. it's the nika days neat. But this i would put all this but i think it's to what you can use it for as far as what the mixologist their love. Those guys are making some nice fancy drinks stuff that you give it to. Yeah well. I guess that's why they made it see what can happen with it dressing. I agree with brent. I would love to see. What a good mixologist could do this. That's what i said. He said mix can do anything. I challenge brennan. Brent denies them. I appreciate the recap and you're tasting note. Justin got pears and apples on the nose Along with the caramel bourbon. Not serial that that stock up to me. you know. there's something in there. But i don't really know if i would classify it as cereal out. Give him more pair near dad and on the pal is like nice sweet. I probably mix this with something Like hot sauce as part of it. What else what say spice man. There's like five hundred spicy. Us hundred saying if i was gonna make a drink with this it'd be like some kind of like a hobby neuro- base home. How call what was that. Sound factor in here on. Performs make it. Y'all blow your mind. Lord have mercy lovely way refreshing Very sweet but with a little bit of a saw salty edge to it really well made. I think this will be a big seller. I think that I think this would make fantastic eyeball. I think they're probably selling the heck out of this japan right now. Gray whiskey get it in the store. And i'm not. I'm not surprised. Because i mean when when paul john i i mean they had just gotten to the us and really had just set up their first office and hired their first employees. When i called them and said hey. I heard about this amazing whiskey. Can we get some from our show and it took him a while to even get it to us because they didn't have any in states yet. So we've been doing. Paul johnson's they would really hit the us shores and everything. We've had for them as always been great. I i mean they haven't had a clunker yet so i'm not surprised. And even though it's designed to be a you know a less expensive you know Whiskey still the quality's there. I mean i love the. I love this bottle to buy. It's i mean it's it's don't get me wrong. It's certainly not their higher ones. You know. I mean but for for the money. Yeah great. Great everyday drinker. Great value can't beat it so we're going to be reading the pol. John nevada three steps. Well done guys so moving onto our next. We're gonna have justin tell us about that. Glenn meringgi a tale of cake. And more angie angie a tale of cake. You're gonna find that connery clip again. Maybe where mercy ninety two proof and forty six percent alcohol by volume one day glenmore angie's director of landing margie director whiskey creation. Dr bill lumpkin van themselves musing over. How some of his moist. So i was giving him fantastic and faces a chiming with dr bill. Okay so he was musing over his most joyful memories and figured out they came from cake from the pineapple upside down cake. His daughter made birthday to baking with his granny in her kitchen. Dr bill created a tale of cake to conjure the magic of a cake moment. Finishing his favourite glenn meringgi single malt. He's still can't get it. The finest takagi dessert wine cats tokai. I it's spelled tokaj but come on guy you should know you're bulgarian. Bulgarian all right so on the nose. I god vanilla cake. Frosting like caramel and mango on the pallet. It was sweet. It was complex and there was honey white chocolate peach pear mango little bit of oak and The finish was light. This is like a beautiful desert in a spirit. But you think brent nice you know so when you When you think of something of a cake as tale cake you know you figure the. Come through this better. Remind me of a cake and this really does remind you of a cake. I mean you know when the penalties what's that this is several cakes will walking by a bakery and and seeing all the different smell. I mean the tasting notes that come with this is like eighteen lines of tasting notes so what it tastes like the. I don't think that's bad because as you approach this every time you drink every time you have a drink of it and you get something else you pick up something else you know but because i got the the the pair that peach mango the almond vanilla like right off the ballot. Oh and just like a beautiful cake and then you go back again and you pick up something else. Should pick up a little bit of white chocolate or you'll pick up some peach or you know you'll pick up. One of the flowers are apricot or something. But but it all comes back to reminding you and you think about it from his tail of this of the cake that he's you know that used to enjoy and so the name of it who doesn't cake right exactly that cake so exactly so it comes back to actually matches the you know. The flavor of this actually matches what the name says and that doesn't happen too often. Six numbers away from burning this house to the ground. Moving to sky when going to work for dr bill for free and learning how to make my own scotch. When i do. I'm gonna have bob's tale of ice cream cake. I'm gonna make a scotch tastes like carville with crunchies. Ooh one time. I was how the pumpkin.
"pol john" Discussed on The Daily Beans
"Please welcome john vander. Pol john welcome. Thank you l. Great to be here. Yeah it's really great to talk to you and put a face to the name. I know everyone's just listening to audio. But it's a great to connect. The twitter community has been one of the things. That's kept me sane. In the last four years i think and so it's really nice to have you know done podcast like this or actually met in person you know before kobe and other things with with a bunch of people. It's it's been special to meet people and be part of that. Yeah it is quite a community and a very powerful and welcoming one as well so. I'm glad to have you here today. And i wanted to talk to you about this documentary That was brought to my attention on twitter and again it's called american times. Tell us a little bit about what this documentary is about. And what prompted you to create it. So i've always been a political junkie news junkie my whole life. I remember election night. Nineteen eighty when. I was seven years old. You know i mean obviously. I didn't have much context but i remember seeing the returns and all that and just kind of intrigued by it and you know through most of my life you know through some good times and bad times or whatever it still seem like it was able to sort of keep the train on the tracks you know and then like a lot of people in twenty sixteen it just i mean i i. It's not really hyperbole exaggeration to say i almost had a mental breakdown. I mean i just lost it. I was just not even election day. I before that. I don't know i just had a gut feeling that he was gonna win. And that indian. Just even if he hadn't won it was just such a bitter. You know just such a broken times you know. It has been for five years now. And so i needed to do something with that And and as a documentary filmmaker. Oh and then let me let me back up to You know the truth. Is that probably on the back of a napkin mass here. I don't know for sure. But i would probably eighty percent of the people on blood related to you know my aunts uncles cousins Voted for trump. You know. I come to western farm family. You know And i would. I would hazard a guess in the eighty percent range of the people that i'm related to voted for him so then there was that too. I was furious. I'd anyone wanna see him anymore. For just you know beside myself. I think a lot of people can empathize and relate to that too and so i decided while you know. I have this ability to make documentaries and passion for it and and so this seems like What i should do the way to work through it at my own process and hopefully you know others can see it and you know get something from it too. And so that's what i did. Yeah and it's it's really interesting. Because i've noticed i had the same thing right when one twenty sixteen happened. I have to do something. I kind of felt the historic nature of the moment and then especially when the special counsel was appointed which is why we started the podcast about the muller investigation. It's like a purpose right. Because i've always been a news junkie too. I remember nineteen eighty. And if i remember correctly i was same age as you if i remember correctly back then the on the electoral map the democrats were read. If i if. I'm remembering that correctly. I think you might be right. I don't remember that that part. But i think you you might be nothing there. Yeah i could be totally wrong. I want one of the listeners of this program will send me a correction if i am but i remember there being a flip somewhere like it's blue now. Okay but you know. We needed to do something i needed to do. Something i needed purpose and it seems like you had that too and i've noticed that in our community that we were talking about at the top When we first started having this discussion just a mere minutes ago. Which in this time can seem like years In this community we have so many people who have relatives that are trump supporters. And don't quite know how to cope with that or grieve. It's almost a grieving process Because you know we have this chosen family that we've picked up along the way and this community of support but you you know you still have your family family and a lot of people are dealing with that and and i think that that's something that's you know why it's so important that you had decided to make this film a documentary because you know. How do we cope with that. How do we bridge those gaps. How do we have those conversations. So can you talk a little bit about sort of what this documentary looks like and what people can expect from it. Yeah so not just Blood relatives of course. That's really deep people that have known us your whole life and you've known them but i i have friends that live in very progressive places right california places and they say well. I don't even know any trump voters. And i say you know what i bet you of your kids. Favorite teachers are your kids favorite soccer coach piano teacher or something you you do. You just don't know like we all love people who voted for trump. I think there's very few people who silo is so complete that they don't have people that they deeply care about that voted for trump and that hurts And so how do we deal with that. And so So that's i. I started by the way i'm an only child. I'm i'm an emt j. type personality. So i can be very night. You and i have a lot in common. a ha- only two percent of americans are emt jays. just the least common myers briggs personality type. And that's probably good. Because i am. I am one of them We are the field. Marshal's we are the leaders of leaders. And we're very pushy and stubborn and steve jobs e. So i'm i'm pretty exactly and they're in the downside of it there's upsides to of course ooh but i'm very acutely where the downside where you sort of can just sort of impulsivity. Just bring down the hammer right end. Just start tell people exactly why and where they're wrong and at end up hurting people right and it's So there was a lot of that you know for me in two thousand sixteen and beyond where the fuhrer the fury just came out. You know In unproductive ways for myself and others And so So what i did initially was. Go talk to some some people who are real masters of sort of Non violent communication. Or you know difficult conversations. We're having with people where there's a real disagreements. Um so the very first interview i did was with. Daryl davis He's the black man who has over last thirty forty years as befriended dozens of members of the kkk. And got him to leave an amazing story so again whenever anybody says to me oh forget it can't be done you know you're wasting your time like it's just a waste at point on. I say look if he can do it. I mean we all can't we're not he's exceptional human being. He's a master of this. We're all you know. Vast majority of us are never gonna get close to where he's at but it's something to it know that it's possible to get beyond this You know These deep divisions and the way he does it is he just shows up and and has one on one conversations and he shows them empathy and respect and it's almost like a trick in a way where they don't they're they're just human nature is if somebody shows you one on one kindness and empathy and respect you. Kind of just reciprocate. It takes a really really broken person not to kind of just instinctively reciprocate that and then so then they these kkk members. Start to you know. realize hey this guy's a good guy he's our that's the thing is ultimately it is based on ignorance. And he's showing them. Hey you know just just through his humanity power example. Kind of you know Bringing down the walls of that ignorance though so he was amazing And then i went and talked with robert gonzales who.
"pol john" Discussed on SuperTalk WTN 99.7
"You should listen there, I don't think that's hard, that's something different of the isn't it? I have no idea this. So it should be there. I Pol John, I mean tons lost iheart. Dan string went down off the air WTN streaming down when I are internet actually went down really well mine's up. It's back up now. But, but it went down for about what a good thirty minutes there, Johnny something like that. And so, when that happens our streaming feeds for our plant, whatever those platforms are also goes down. I don't know how long it takes for it to go back. I never noticed that the internet was down in here. I must be somewhere else. Are you on a different? I'm onto one for that. I'm normally on the east German. Yeah. Ours must be elsewhere are ours. Must be the Chinese one. Oh, I must be Chinese Internet. Well, we're sorry about that. But so you think it's backed up now or that, but it does it normally takes another half an hour. So for the streaming to go back out after an internet outage, but I will check has to reset them. Well, this is some brilliant said the part of the United Kingdom. They're trying to figure out how to curb their ongoing knife crime epidemic. And so one police department is proposed solution replacing kitchen knives with blunt tip cutlery blunt tip cutlery, they wanna they wanna take all the sharp kitchen knives out of the kitchens of Londoners. This sounds like the gun control people on what they would do as far as knives. The Nottinghamshire police department recently floated the idea in this county city councils way of preventing potential victims being stabbed to death by their partners while critics of the plan initially laughed it off the authorities have already purchased one hundred specially manufactured knives to be distributed to aunt risk survivors who've been attacked or threatened with a knife in the past. Yeah. So maybe they're going to do a knife buyback in London. Where you can you can bring in your sharp knives, and they'll give you a rounded tip. Knife in exchange for it. A pilot programs being launched a gauge the efficacy of the plan before deciding whether to continue the police say they doing this through the end of the year, according to the Daily Mail the force received one point five million dollars in taxpayer money to implement the initiative. Yes. Well, that's what they're doing to do in a nine trade. Inexact. Uh knife, buyback the knife trade ins game has been met with mixed reviews going into the BBC domestic abuse survivors, have called an everything from quite ludicrous to one hundred percent positive a retired judge told the outlet it could save lives while psychologist and interpersonal abuse expert. Dr Jessica Eaton said on Twitter that the nodding employees were morons. For thinking blunt knives would prevent domestic attacks from happening. Anybody realize why they're going for the knives because they don't have guns have knives. They'll go for something else. They'll choke you throw you out a window. Shetty's machetes beat you with a baseball bat. Of course they don't have baseball over there. I don't think but that's just the way it is. It's the Nottingham police departments new knife, crime strategy manager says critics got the whole idea Rhone. Here's what he told the BBC, it's a very small trial, and it will always be part of a much wider range of measures that we're doing to safeguard and protect the victim. We will simply have these knives as an offer to somebody inappropriate circumstances, and they can have them if they think they want them, you can't has struggled for years to come up with schemes such as surrender boxes to reduce knife knife attacks in the country, but to no avail. So they have surrender bugs you just drop, you know, anonymously, you can drop your sharp object in a surrender bucks over there. And then the Daily Mail reported last week that stabbings in the nation had a nine year, high more than twenty two thousand cases on record over the past twelve months of people standing people twenty two thousand. So they can't get a gun a knife to can't get a knife. They'll get a what is it a cricket bat. I don't know. I mean I don't play cricket but that's probably going to be the next thing, and then we're going to have to ban cricket, you know, because people use it cricket. Paddler whatever the hell you use. Is it a cricket bat? I don't know. I don't play cricket. I'm sorry. And then the next thing it'll be a soccer ball, but it'll be football over there. So they have to take up all the footballs, and then I don't know where you go from the people be throwing people off London bridge. I don't know. Anyway, six one five seven three seven nine nine eight six. If you chime in yes, we're, we're trying to get the iheart thing then if you're listening. 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"pol john" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"Me and my co host Paul sweetie as we dig into the latest Bank earnings, plus the conversation with banker to the world. Bill roads today at ten eastern on Bloomberg radio. Bloomberg the a fitting markets headlines and breaking news twenty four hours a day at Bloomberg dot com. The Bloomberg business app tick tock on Twitter. Bloomberg business flash. And I'm John Tucker. Bloomberg news is Bloomberg business flash. A morning wind stock index futures in the US pretty much flat. Investors, waiting some more. The big Bank earnings. This comes after j p Morgan's upbeat results on Friday. A Senate supported by reports of progress. Also, the trade talks jiffy mortgage results on Friday, ease fears that the first quarter burning session with slam the brakes on the rallied that we have seen. We get Goldman Sachs and CitiGroup slightly higher. The pre-market ahead of their results this morning Bank of America that reports on Tuesday. Futures right now unshaved the Dow futures sixteen points lower than futures are down about six points right now ten year yield the US to fifty six the the prices down by one thirty second right now. Crude oil declining. Nymex crude is down fifty four cents a barrel at sixty three thirty five. Bryant still above seventy is down fifty eight cents a barrel. Seventy dollars ninety seven cents a barrel and COMEX gold twelve eighty six sixty that's down about eight dollars, sixty cents outs. We check the markets for you every fifteen minutes during the trading day here on Bloomberg radio. I'm John Tucker. That's the Bloomberg business flash. Tom and Pol John Tucker. Thanks.
"pol john" Discussed on Lovett or Leave It
"I'm doing one are you from chicago have you had the lord's i have and did it lead to a kind of a night you'll never forget about your children what is your daughter's name kira is are there to daughters three daughters just one just one kira and you're saying no no no but you're saying that as if you have any idea you're saying like no no no until now here up here how old are you i'm twenty four twenty four you do know that your mom had sex to make you just the once that she was a sexual being like we all are and still is i'm not obviously i pol johns and that one night she had alert and things took a turn and hi nancy and here we are have you been here all your life yes cool where should i have gone pizza from today that's the best that's why won't tell you where i got it from where would you have gotten it from p quads quads nancy did you follow this facebook here he's facebook hearings a little bit i work so that's what do you do nancy i'm a social worker there are social worker what kind of work do you do i work with people with severe mental illness.